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The numbers are in for Coated Bridge Competition donations | Neighborhood Columns

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This has been the 12 months of the bees!

Little tiny bumble bees within the floor obtained me when chopping grass. I did see them the week earlier than however by no means thought they had been within the floor. Then found a well-formed bald confronted hornets’ nest within the eve of the home. It was hooked up to the eating room window, so it gave an ideal view of the inside workings of the nest. Sadly, they’re aggressive they usually needed to be eliminated. Then this morning little Jeramiah stopped lifeless when going out the door and I observed some small bees going into the underside of the door body! Actually, with the door opening and shutting what an odd place to arrange housekeeping. Once more, I hate to destroy something however had to make use of a few of the leftover hornet spray on the doorway. We might need to rethink all of the bee pleasant habits on the home! Scads of flowers and welcoming water pots to allow them to drink safely!

Coated Bridge Donations

The Barrackville Coated Bridge Preservation Society/Competition Committee met and reviewed pageant outcomes. Many donations got here in from varied sources and we’ll record some right here: John Bolyard, Scott Tharp Celebration, Jonetta Collins, Donna Tesky, Sandra Wells Elms, Richard Donovan, Barrackville Class of 1960 and 1958, Marion County Fee, Dave Tonkin, The Pickstones, Suzen Snook, Loving WV, Carolyn Sivak, Gump Household, Casuccio Household. Thanks to Raymond and Diana Casuccio for donating refuse bins and rubbish pickup after the pageant and Dave Tonkin for serving to arrange canopies. There have been many individuals making nameless donations and we aren’t aspiring to offend or omit anybody if we missed mentioning your donation. Thanks all for the assist for our bridge. After present calculations, and objects are nonetheless coming in for bills, we raised roughly $7,910.74 towards the restore and restoration of the Barrackville Coated Bridge. Thanks to the group and organizations that helped make our first lined bridge pageant a hit!

Barrackville Coated Bridge Competition

Constructive suggestions from the primary bridge pageant inspired the committee to schedule subsequent 12 months’s Barrackville Coated Bridge Competition for Saturday, June 17, 2023. The committee mentioned what was profitable and some issues that want reviewing for enchancment. There have been recommendations for additions to the pageant akin to a Bounce Home, corn gap match, automotive present and a 5K race. The committee encourages anybody that has an curiosity in preserving the bridge to attend future conferences.

Passing of Anita Jo Shackelford

Anita Jo Shackelford, 58, of Barrackville, handed away Wednesday, Might 11, 2022 at her residence surrounded by her household and family members. Our hearts exit to her household.

Barrackville City Council

Barrackville City Council will meet Tuesday, July 19 at 7 p.m. at city corridor. Agenda is as follows:

Councilmembers will obtain studies from the Police Division, Hearth Division, Upkeep, the Sewer Board, the Planning Fee, and take up New Enterprise, Funds, hear an replace on Ordinance 6 Compliance, Personnel and maintain an Govt Session.

Christmas In Our City

Christmas In Our City committee will meet Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. within the Lions Neighborhood Constructing at 716 Pike St. This 12 months’s Christmas In Our City occasion can be held Saturday, Dec. 3. Anybody focused on helping with the occasion please attend.

Grant City Fireman’s Competition

Grant City Fireman’s Competition can be July 16 from noon-9 p.m. There can be video games demonstrations, craft present, and the Marion County Humane Society. Costume pet parade at 4 p.m. Cake walks, meals, music with Doc Rock 1-4 and Bryon Six Six and DJ Dauntless 6pm.

Garden Care Firm Wanted

Barrackville City Council is looking for a licensed and insured garden care firm to bid on mowing uncared for yards in Barrackville. Contact City Corridor 304-366-9372 for extra info.

City Corridor Contact Information

Barrackville City Corridor, P.O. Field 26, 716 Pike St., Barrackville, WV 26559. Telephone 304-366-9372 Fax 304-366-3053 Hours are Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Contact info: In case you have any information to incorporate in our column contact Diana Marple through e-mail earlier than 8 p.m. Tuesday.


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