Welcome to No-Shave November! For those of you who are unaware of the event, it is a unique way to raise cancer awareness.
No-Shave November’s goal is to grow cancer awareness by embracing our hair no matter where it grows! Let your hair grow wild and free and donate the money you save from not buying razors, shaving cream or paying for a beard trim to help save the lives of those battling cancer and bravely fighting the good fight.
So, grow that beard out, let your legs go scary hairy, and donate the money you would spend on waxing. No Shave November’s rules are simple. On October 31st men participants are to shave off all facial hair, and women are to shave off all leg and/or armpit hair. Participants are encouraged to take a photo at this point for before/after shots at the end. During the month of November no shaving, trimming, or waxing is allowed.
Millions participated in the ice water challenge for ALS, let’s bring on those numbers for this important cause. Get a team together , stop shaving and help raise funds to empower the fight against cancer.
Sign up for No-Shave November, stop shaving and start raising funds for the American Cancer Society…http://www.no-shave.org/#!participate/c18ac
On Friday, November 7th, Sheriff Garrett Samples and Process Server Gary King, were injured while attempting to take Seth Legg into custody.
Sheriff Samples, attempted to take Legg into custody just outside the court room, when Legg began resisting. Gary King, immediately stepped in to aid the sheriff. Legg hit Sheriff Samples in the head with handcuffs causing a gash.
King, who was serving as circuit court bailiff, was also hit in the head and was for a short period unconscious. A state trooper, and Deputy Robert Belt were able to get, the out of control Legg, into cuffs and restrained. Legg was restrained at the feet and hands and escorted from the courthouse.
Both Samples and King were taken to the hospital. At this time there is no word on their condition.
Shelley Moore Capito- 276,974
Natalie Tenant- 153,575
Mike Romano- 906
Mike Queen- 706
House of Delegates
Roger Hanshaw- 2,443
Dave Walker- 2,017
Board of Education Clay
Dave Pierson- 516
Susan Bodkins- 487
Jerry Linkennogger- 427
Andy Waddell- 301
Dave Derby- 234
Lowell Drake- 29
The Clay County Business Development Authority has received a Governor’s Participation Grant for $12,000.00 to assist in the removal of abandoned and dilapidated buildings in our county.
The BDA will be working closely with our magistrates, the DNR, our county sanitarian and our county commissioners on this project. Owners of such properties will receive a notice that their property has been identified as a dilapidated structure and the BDA will work with them to come up with a plan to clean up their property. Clean up will be at the property owner’s expense. Property owners who fail to comply with a clean up plan will be referred to the county magistrates.
Come Trick or Treat in the Halls of CCHS!
Monday, October 27, 2014 4-6:00 p.m.
Games, prizes and treats for students