Good Morning White Hall
Back to normal fall weather, and only 34 days left until winter, and only 37 days until Christmas! Unbelievable!
White Hall Elementary School
White Hall students made a very nice and generous donation to the Marion County Christmas Toy Shop.
Nov. 18: Nutrition class by WVU Extension Office for our families at 6 p.m.
Nov. 20: FSU men’s basketball team visits White Hall Elementary
Nov. 21: Bank Day for MVB Savings
Nov. 21: 3rd and 4th grade field trip to WVU Educational Day
Nov. 25-29: No School
Dec. 2: PTO meeting at 6 p.m. in the Technology room
Pasta Dinner Fundraiser
The Pasta Dinner will be held this Saturday, with Cornerstone Ministries Parish House fundraiser, from Noon to 5 p.m. at the Eldora United Methodist Church at 23 Sapps Run Rd. You may dine in or take-out. $8 for adults and $5 children.
For more information call (681) 758-5001 or (304 )641-2551.
WV Community Educational Outreach Service
The CEOS County Council meeting will be held at the Fleming Memorial Church at 10 a.m. this Thursday.
Club projects are; Support the Salvation Army bears/stockings, Head Start toys, Adopt an Angel, support the Soup Opera. Committee reports are due.
The CEOS Recognition Day will be held on Dec. 6 at Eldora United Methodist Church at 10 a.m.
White Hall Town Council Meeting
The regular meeting was held at the Public Safety Building at 118 Tygart Mall Loop.
Mayor John Michael opened the ceremonies with the pledge of allegiance to the flag, prayer, call to order, and a roll call of officers, with no citizen concerns.
Town Coordinator reported that the treasurer and financial reports will be approved at the next meeting.
The Community Wellness Workshop will meet Dec. 10, at Noon at the Municipal Building. The guest speaker will be Huntington Mayor Steve Williams.
Erica Conley gave an update on the Express Library. The setup will be on Thursday and training on Friday. All Marion County libraries, Harrison County, Bridgeport, and Clarksburg Harrison Public Library have access to the Express Library. The Bookmobile will still be available in White Hall.
David Shields, Valley Volunteer Fire Department reported 27 alarms for the month of October within the Town of White Hall; 9 emergency medical service, 6 motor vehicle accidents 1 vehicle fire, 2 automatic fire alarms, 1 training and special details, 3 brush fires, 1 traffic control, 1 tree down, 1 fuel spill and 1 gas leak investigation, with a total for the month of 75 calls.
The Public Safety Building Committee reported that they are dealing with the final punch list.
The Annexation Committee reported that the Stafford Court decision would be known by Nov. 20.
Chief Guerierri reported that shoplifting and drugs have been bad. Officer Miller will start on Tuesday. The meeting on drugs will be on Dec. 10.
Lawyer Zimmerman reported concentrating on Valley Fire Department lease, met with Biafores, Stafford Court, DOH, and discussed the sale of old Municipal Building.
Cameron Michael, (Maintenance) is trying to prepare for the snow, starting soon on the salt building, quotes on a new salt truck.
Chris Kniceley is the Workers Compensation Agent and he explained the Brick Street Insurance, and the motion was made to accept Chris Kniceley and his recommendations.
The Roxbury Road behind Walmart and assuming street repair was approved as a street in White Hall.
The lease of the Valley Volunteer Department was approved.
E-Cycling Day with Shermantic of Fairmont on Nov. 23 was approved. They will accept computers, keyboards, lap tops, monitors, small appliances, toasters. No TV’s and refrigerators can be taken to 600 Fairmont Ave.
The lease agreement for the snowplow truck was given to Urse Dodge for $39,028.
The EMS monthly lease charge was considered at $1,800.
Chaz Mancino-Echols was approved to go to the police academy.
Available in White Hall on: Wednesday at the Middletown Commons from 9-10 a.m. (1st & 3rd week) and 10:30-11:30 a.m. (2nd & 4th week) near BB&T, and I-79 Technology Park, 12-1 p.m. 5000 NASA Blvd. (back parking lot) 1st and 3rd week. Library 366-1211.
If you have news, birthdays or anniversaries! Call Claudia at (304) 534-3524, if you leave a message, leave your number, or e-mail me at email@example.com. You may also leave your information with the town hall Monday through Friday from 8-4 p.m. The Town Hall phone number is (304) 367-1687.