Good Morning White Hall

What a great week! There’s lots to be thankful for!

Haven’t heard of any big deer racks. Some have commented about the low number of deer the local hunters have seen!

White Hall Elementary School

From Principal Murray

Dec. 2, Return to school after Thanksgiving break

Dec. 2, PTO meeting at 6 p.m. in the Technology room

Dec. 11, WV Smiles Dental Program visits White Hall Elementary

Dec. 12, Christmas Music Program for 2nd & 3rd graders at 1:30 p.m.

Dec. 13, Character Education on Respect

Dec. 13, Fun Friday; bring $1 donation and wear an Ugly Holiday Sweater

Dec. 16-19, Penguin Patch Workshop

Dec. 18, Math Field Day

Beverly Community Educational Outreach Service

The Christmas dinner meeting of the Beverly CEOS will be at the home of CEOS member Janet Rummer today at Noon. Janet has a fantastic dinner for the members and makes sure everyone celebrates this special day!

Members are asked to bring their Salvation Army Christmas stockings to the meeting!

The CEOS Recognition Day will be held on, this Friday, Dec. 6 at the Eldora United Methodist Church at 10 a.m., with speaker Pam Krushansky, consumer representative & compliance specialist.

Town of White Hall Council Meeting

The regular meeting was held at the new 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.

Citizens’ concerns; Larry Fluharty from Deerfield spoke about the annexation. He hopes to “Keep the annexation of White Hall alive.” The treasurer and financial reports were approved.

A meeting was held on Tuesday for the signing for the fire department and the rescue squad.

The Community Wellness Workshop will meet Dec. 10, at Noon at the Municipal Building. The guest speaker will be Huntington Mayor Steve Williams.

The Boothsville Volunteer Fire Department will hold their Christmas party on Dec. 14 at 1 p.m. at the Eldora United Methodist Church, and the Pleasant Valley Volunteer Department will hold their Christmas party at their fire department at 6 p.m.

Tri-County churches and individuals donated 10,000 shoe boxes of gifts for children around the world.

A speaker from Real Estate Plus (located in White Hall) spoke on the sale of the old Municipal Building. A good location, in good shape and will have a price of $325,000. There are already interested parties.

The Bookmobile will be available at the soft opening of the Express Library at the Public Safety Building today.

Officer C. J. Funk reported so far there have 383 calls so far in November.

Legal; Tried to contact DOH for Deerfield annexation, working on annexation of Southland Drive, both leases are finalized for fire and EMS, Deerfield annexation was discussed.

Little response to the E-Cycling Day with only a few items brought in.

Maintenance; Christmas lights are up, can get salt from DOH until salt shed is finished.

Event Planner and pay scale revisions moved to next agenda.

Two readings of Ordinance 19-003, revising time for Council meetings to 6 p.m.

Quote for repairing Sally Port drain/floor $9800, order mats and get more bids.

Paying final payment for K-9 from General Funds and reimburse in January through Special Investigation Fund.

Quotes for tree removal services on Matthews Drive was given to Homer Hess for $2000.

Paying Green River Group less retainer for repairs in spring was approved.

Donating Crown Victoria police cruiser to Marion County Vo-Tech was approved.

Using meeting room/workshop room for outside organizations was discussed.


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 . 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.

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