The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

May 5, 2013

Our Readers Speak — Sunday, May 5, 2013

— Thanks to Fayette personnel supporters

The Fayette County Board of Education recently completed its second annual Service Personnel of the Year Banquet on April 18. This was a team effort on the part of the school system, the business community and Fayette County school employees. Thanks to this cooperative effort among all of these diverse groups we were able to honor several excellent county employees. An excellent news article has already been written to recognize these outstanding people.

We also want to thank the following people and groups for their help and cooperation. Hopefully we did not leave anyone out because everyone’s help was essential. Thank you all. We can do great things cooperatively.

Aimee Shumate (Central Office secretary), Beauty Control-Bobbi Taylor, Bessie’s, Bob Evans, Cathedral Café, Dairy Queen, Diana Smallwood Russell (Central Office secretary), Dean Locket (Judge), Domino’s, Fayette County School Service Personnel Association, Fayette County Service Staff Development Council, Fayette Institute of Technology, Fayetteville Junior Woman’s Club, Fred McClain (Judge), Gordon McClanahan (Keynote Speaker), Gino’s/Tudors, Jazzercise, Jeannie Ayers (Judge), King Coal, NAPA Auto Parts, Pies and Pints, The Register-Herald, Rita Bohana (Judge), Sheetz, W.R. Murdock and Sons, Wild Flour Bakery, West Virginia State Service Personnel Association, Wisteria Gifts

Ronald Bee Cantley II

Fayette County Board of Education Director of Operations

Raleigh County 911 extends appreciation

The Raleigh County Emergency Services and 911 Center would like to say “thank you” to the Beckley Day Report Center and the workers who came to pick up the trash and litter that was scattered around our facility.

The crew, led by Supervisor Eric Clay, gathered a significant amount of trash that included an old swimming pool, commode, pool heater and other trash thrown out by uncaring individuals.

Our agency benefited greatly from your service. Good Job, Miranda Elkins and staff.

Margaret A. Agee


Raleigh County Emergency Services Authority