Community Announcements April 11, 2018

Blood Analysis Testing  Program reservations are still open

Reservations can still be made for the Point Marion Rotary Club’s Blood Analysis Testing Program that will be held from 7-10 a.m. Saturday at the Point Marion Fire Hall.

Appointments may be made by calling 1-800-524-3414 up until 4 p.m. Friday. Those without appointments are still welcome to walk in. The cost is $45. Remember to fast 10-12 hours prior to testing.

Info: Dave Callahan, president of the Point Marion Rotary Club, at Clar-Mac Sales in Point Marion, 724-725-5717.

Cemetery Association asks all flowers be removed by Saturday

The Pleasant Grove Cemetery Association asks that all flowers, arrangements and decorations be removed by Saturday.

Cemetery Association asks all flowers be removed by Sunday

The Blacksville Cemetery Association asks that all flowers and wreaths that could interfere with mowing be removed by Sunday. Any items not picked up will be discarded.

Spring luncheon reservations due Saturday

KINGWOOD — The Preston County Historical Society will host a spring luncheon April 21.

The meeting will be held from 11 a.m.-noon at the Kingwood Community Building, with lunch served by Jean Guillot of the Preston County Inn.

The program will begin at 1 p.m with Debbie Miller telling the story of the Fairfax Manor. Joe Stiles will bring his collection of sheriff and constable badges. James Brown will have several tables of photos of Oak Park, Masontown and the vicinity. A tour of the Fairfax Manor will be available after the meeting.

Reservations are due by Saturday and are $10 per person.

Reservations should be sent care of Janice Sisler, P.O. Box 118, Bruceton Mills, WV 26525-0118. Non-members are welcome.

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