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8-17-2016
ADVISORY

CCHS Class of 1967
50 Year Reunion
September 16, 2017 – 3 P.M.
Clay Co. High School
During Apple Festival Weekend
Join the Alumni Dinner and Silent Auction in the Cafeteria at 5 P.M. Donation to CCHS Alumni Scholarship Fund at Door Covers Meal. Donate Something to the Silent Auction! No Prizes, No Flowers, Just a Get Together! Can’t tell you much more but if there are  questions: Email: exline@frontiernet.net
 

Clay County Library
Summer Reading Program
Building a Better World
3rd, 4th, and 5th Graders   July 11, 12, & 13
Deadline to register, July 7th
6th, 7th and 8th Graders   July 18th, 19th, and 20th
Deadline to register July 14th
Stop by the Clay County Library to fill out your registration form. This year there are only 15 positions for each set of dates.
 

Big Otter Community Center
July Music Schedule
June 30th ... Bluegrass Mix & Molly
July 7th.....Frank Conn & Partners
July 14th...Dixie Highway
July 21st...Country Fried
July 28th...Country Outlaws
Doors open at 4:00.  Music starts at 7:00.  $3.00 donation accepted at door.  Concessions. More information call 304-286-2672.
 
 

Clay County Golden Delicious Bell Nomination

The Clay County Golden Delicious Festival Committee is accepting nominations for the 2017 Golden Delicious Belle.  The nominee must be a resident of Clay County, who is at least 65 years in age.   Your nomination letter should tell why you think the person should be named the 2017 Belle and must include a non-returnable photo to use for printing.  All entries should include a contact person’s name, and phone number for the person providing the entry, as well as the name and phone number of the person nominated.   All entries must be received by July 31, 2017.  Entries may be mailed to: CCGDF Apple Belle Nomination, Attn: Laura Scott  P. O. Box 416, Clay WV  25043, or can be dropped off at the Clay County Assessor’s office to Teresa Davis.  Or email with a photo attachment to clayapplefestival@gmail.com.    The festival Board of Directors will vote for a winner during the August 2017 board meeting.
 
 

LOCAL OPPORTUNTIY
Elk River Fest
July 8th, Spread Park
Craft  Vendor table space available. Booth rental is $25
Call the BDA office for details. Ask for Chris. 304 587 4166

Clay County High Class of 57
60 Year Reunion
September 16, 3PM Clay County High School
For information – John Coulter 304 382-1338
 
 
 

SIGN UP TIME
The Town of Clay is now taking User Agreements for the Blue Knob Water Project. The tap fee is $100 if you sign up prior to the project start date and can be paid in payments until the tap fee is paid in full. Before work can begin, the Town needs 80% participation from residents. Please be aware, the tap fee will be $300 after the construction begins on the WaWa Plant.  If you have not signed your user agreement and or have not paid your tap fee, please stop in at the Town of Clay as soon as possible to that the next phase of the WaWa Project can begin.   If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Town of Clay, 304 587 4233
 
 
 

Clay County High School
Athletic Hall of Fame
The organization recognizes and honors athletes, coaches, and contributors to the athletic program. A nomination form is submitted for hall of fame consideration and must be received by July 1. Forms are available at the Clay County Bank, the high school athletic department, and at the “Clay County Athletic Hall of Fame” Facebook page. Inductees are honored at a ceremony held at the high school on Saturday night of the apple festival. Hall of fame information is available on the Facebook page.
 
 

SHINGLE VACCINE
Clay County Health Department
Still has Shingles shots available  for ages 60 and over.
Please get your vaccine while they are available.
The cost is 15.00.
 
 

FLOODED HOME DEMOLITION PROGRAM

   Homeowners whose residences were damaged beyond repair and left uninhabitable by June’s severe storms, floods, mudslides and landslides that affected large swaths of central and southern West Virginia have to apply for demolition and debris removal programs on their private property.
 An eligible applicant’s debris removal from private property can be funded, providing that county officials determine that disaster-generated debris on private property in the designated area constitutes:
• immediate threats to life, public health, and safety
• immediate threats of significant damage to improved public or private property
• immediate threat to the economic recovery of the affected community and poses a detriment to the community-at-large
   Homeowners in the county of Clay can contact their county emergency management office for assistance.
Residents whose homes have been left uninhabitable by the disaster can contact their emergency management office at the following number:   County Phone Clay: 304-587-2849
   It is not necessary for applicants to have previously applied for disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) or the U.S. Small Business Administration.
   Inspections for the Private Property Debris Removal and Demolition programs are conducted by the individual counties with demolitions contracted out by the state using funds from the state and FEMA.
   It is advised that property owners do NOT demolish their own structures if they wish to participate in any Hazard Mitigation projects as that would make them ineligible for Mitigation funding.   3-2-17
 
 

2017 CAEZ Board Meeting
SCHEDULE
Location: Clay County Courthouse Commission Room
August 1
September 5
October 3
December 5
Note: * Meetings will be held at a different location
 
 
 

HELP NEEDED
If you notice any Raccoons, Skunks, Bobcats, Coyotes, & Foxes acting strange or sick, please call 1-866-4USDA-WS
(1-866-487-3297) with the location and species found.  Samples may be collected by Wildlife Services staff to help monitor wildlife rabies in West Virginia. Do not approach or touch wild animals, alive or dead. Contact your local authorities if you need immediate assistance!  Strange or sick behavior can be: aggression, excessive salivation, circling, lethargy, stumbling, or paralysis.
Call 1-866-487-3297
 
 
 

LEGAL AID
Each Friday
(by appointment)
Noon to 3
Greater Clay Building
Downtown Clay
 
 

Lizemore FD & Ambulance Service
TUESDAY NIGHT
B I N G O
6 to 10pm
Concessions will be sold, Need Details? Dial 304 587 6058 or 304 587 6056
 

DID YOU KNOW?

   If you have trash service with Waste Management you are entitled to Bulky Pickup. 2 large items per month and you must call at least 24 hours in advance of your regular service day for the pickup. These bulky items can be household furniture and large appliances, including but not limited to the following: refrigerators, washers, dryers, dishwashers and stoves.
   Any item containing Freon must have the Freon removed by a certified technician with the proper WV CFC Removal Certification Form documentation attached. Waste Management will also provide quarterly collection of waste tires OFF the rim, having a radius of no more than 16.5 in.  Limited to 2 tires per quarter (max 8 tires per calendar year).  As with any large/heavy item you must call in advance to schedule to have tires picked up.
   Please call Waste Management at 1-800-834-5019 for more information or for bulky pickup. Please help keep Clay County Clean! Brought to you by the Clay County Solid Waste Authority. 2-21-15
 
 

Local Scanner Frequencies

Clay Ambulance   453.125
Clay Fire            453.050
Clay Sheriff         460.125
Med Base            155.340
Clay Bd of Ed      463.625
King's Wrecker    460.575
Green Shirt Dispatcher  42.10
Green Shirt car to car    42.26
State Road       47.32
Char Weather   162.400
Spencer Weather   162.500