June 2017 TV19 Schedule

June 2017 TV19 Schedule: All programs on web at: http://gfcc.peg.tv. Program Description on web at http://tv19fairmont.blogspot.com. All Programs shown at a.m. and p.m, repeating every 12 hours.
06:00:00      Father's Day History      
06:12:51      Drug Take Back       Day
06:24:45      Westside Action Coalition      
06:35:45      COME Event - Celebration of Mission      
06:48:26      Spring into Action - Leadership Marion      
06:59:31      Grow Your Garden- Master Gardeners      
07:26:51      Arts & Antiques Marketplace      
07:47:23      National Day of Prayer      
08:13:10      Marion Meals on Wheels      
08:30:00      Arts & Humanities Award      
10:14:06      Literacy Fair      
10:56:06      I Will Exalt- Thrower      
11:00:00      Bridges w/out Boundaries      04/25/17
01:40:53      Manchin & Miners Health Care      05/05/17
02:13:53      Fairmont City Council: 05/23/17      
03:00:00      County Commission: 05:03:77      
03:34:03      Fairmont City Council: 05/09/17      
04:35:43      Fairmont City Council: 04/25/17      
05:31:41      Human Rights/Father Day      

06:00     Father's Day History: History of Father's Day
Trace day through life of Rev. Fletcher Golden, the "father who inspired Father's Day." His daughter, Grace Golden Clayton of Fairmont is pictured as the one who suggested this day as a tribute to those killed in Monongah Mine Disaster on Dec. 7, 1907. Two reasons are given for Fairmont not receiving credit for having started Father's Day: events of July 4, 1908 and the late evening death of a young member of the church. The original service was held on July 5, the Sunday closest to Fletcher's birth of July 8th. However, all sites, books, and records list Fairmont as having the first father's day worship, 2 years before anyone else.

06:12:     Drug Take Back: 04/29/17
Ronnie Snider, Barrackville and Tom Funk talk about bringing medicine in for disposal; Officer McGinnis from City Police Department describe the situation and active web site where people can give information": www.dep.org

06:24     Westside Action Coalition 04/29/17
Highlights are interviews with Shanequa Smith, PhD Candidate in WVU Human & Community Development, Amy Loomis, graduate student in Public Administration, and John-Michael Aurednik on becoming a Vista Volunteer for a year with the Fairmont Community Development Partnership, Scenes are shown of the meeting and highlights of the goals of the 2 year old initiative, in 5 neighborhoods of the West Side of Fairmont: Jackson Addition, Windmill Park, Bellview, Sterling Heights

06:35     COME:
Events and activities supporting UMC mission projects in WV are shown; Belinda Toms, Director: Tyrand Ministries is interviewed and Tom Moore of Barrackville sings.

06:48     Spring Into Action-
Highlights include an interviews w/ Bud Sapp of Leadership Marion and scenes of the festival over the music of Bill Stalnaker and "Night Moves"

06:59     Grow Your Garden:
Highlights include scenes from the Master Gardener Program at new Woody Williams Armory on April 22, 2017. Interviews occur with Jean Dawson- Master Gardener & Master Hot Dog Sauce Maker; Tony Meluzio, President: Marion County Master Gardeners; Lauren Prinzo, Extension Agent for Families and Health; Laura Morgan, Sweet Wind Farm; Retired Sgt. Robert Branham; Helene Davis, Spirit of the Horse farm; Melissa Dennison, Braxton County Master Gardener describes making a living wreath and a fairy garden. Other scenes are shown from Marilyn Blake of L&M Farms, Lost Creek, WV 304-745-3237 or 304-838-3506 and Green Acres Farm of Rock Cave.

07:26     Arts & Antiques Marketplace:
Highlights from Marion County Chamber of Commerce After Hours at the Arts and Antiques Marketplace on May 1, 2017 are shown. The Small Business Week include interviews with Deloris Spatafore, Arts & Antiques Marketplace owner, Kelly Kulju - cholk painting; and Jen Hoke- business: Genevieve & Olive. Contact 304-534-8980 - info@artsandantiqueswv.com

07:47     National Day of Prayer:
Samples of prayers are shown, including the homeless /unemployed prayer by Sister Stella Cronauer and a portion of Elsie Neal on Business, Sabrina Haught on families, Phyllis Agnew on Unborn, and Rev. Regina Riley on Marion County Drug Epidemic. Linda Stalnaker is also interviewed. Corey Johnson performs 2 musical selections.

08:13     Marion Meals on Wheels:
Program at Knights of Columbus of 44th Recognition Dinner on May 8th features an interview with Steve Demyon, Resolute: Reports are given by Linda Parks, East Side Client Intake Report; Elizabeth Kennedy, Client Intake Report for West Side. Tom Dragich and Frank Berry, West Side Drivers; Treasurer's report by Carolyn Munz and Sponsor Recognition by Bob Cavallo.

08:30     Fairmont Arts & Humanities Award:
Program includes Jack Hussey as the master of Ceremonies; the Invocation by Rev. Richard Bowyer; and Awards. (1) Dr. Michael and Joan Schroering as Patrons of the Music; (2) Lexi Deavers in Theater introduced by Leigh Ann Bolyard; Lisa McCombs on inspirational reading introduced by Faith Bowyer; Juanita Edge award on education from presenter Peggy Edwards; Sue Montgomery introduces Angela Reynolds for music; Dr Judy Byers introduces Lynette Swiger for music; Chris Cox introduces The Rustic Mechanicals for Theatre Award. Three Marian Satterfield Awards are presented: Elizabeth Palmer, introduced by Dr. Rhonda Samford; Travis Wilson for Theatre introduced by Dr. John O'Connor; and Hannah Lenhart for Art, presented by Melissa May. Following the awards ceremony, participants could share their skills in performing: Angela Reynolds performs "Syrinx" by C.I. Debussy and "Zoom Tube" by Ian Clarke; Lisa McCombs reads from her book, "I have MS; What's Your Superpowers?;" Lynette Swiger plays 2 selections "Cold Frosty Morn;" Josh Clevenger from Richard the Third and Issac Covey performs "Lancelot Gobo" from Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice;

010:14     Literacy Fair-
Interviews are shown with Gina DeLorenzo, ELA Coordinator, C&I; Randall Farley, Administrator: Curriculum & Instruction, & Sherry Copley, Coordinator C&I discuss the Literacy Fair held May 6, 2017. Vendors interviewed were illustrator Graham Curry, WV Poet Laureate Mark Harshman, author Anna Smucker, and Mr. Twister from Morgantown.

10:56     I Will Exalt-Thrower
Rev. Roger Thrower sings with a flowing river backdrop.

11:00     Chamber: Bridges without Boundaries
An all-day conference hosted by 4 regional Chamber of Commerce county of Mon, Marion, Harrison, and Preston occurred on Tuesday, April 25th at Mollohan Conference Center. The conference focused on the issues of infrastructure, transportation and housing. The 4 county chamber leaders interviewed were: Kathy Wagner, Harrison; Tina Shaw, Marion; Chad Prather chair: Morgantown, and Kristy Ash, Preston. Speakers & panelists during the meeting included Chad Biller, Thrasher Engineering, Brian Helmick: Spilman, Thomas & Battle; and State Senator Brooks McCabe; Two speakers on housing and information were Chris Fletcher - Planner, City of Morgantown & John Deskins, Ph. D., Director of the Bureau of Business & Economic Research WVU. Tom Smith, secretary of WV Dept. of Transportation who was formerly with the Appalachian Regional Commission shared the concerns of transportation. The final speaker was Governor Jim Justice.

01:40     Manchin and Miners Health Care
Senator Joe Manchin's came to Fairmont on May 5th to honor and thank Coal Miners for their efforts to help persuade Congress to pass the health Care Law, providing for life time health care benefits. Speaking or being interviewed were the Senator Delegate Mike Caputo, Jim "Benji" Bennett and Larry Knisell.

02:13     City Council: 05/23/17
Comments from Fire Chief Simmons and Captain David Whiteman on pay for fire fighters given; and Butch Thorne discusses Bellview conditions and response from City Manager Robin Gomez.

03:00     County Commission: 05/03/17
Highlights included Chris McIntire and Tony Michalski discussing the new markers that will adorn the Enterprise to Everson Bridge portion of the Rails to Trail, Bud Sapp and Julie Sole expressing appreciation to County for their program; Mary Jackson on Cleveland Ave. no sidewalks, and Sheriff james Riffle on progress during the past 4 month.

03:34     City Council: 05/09/17
Highlights included comments from Ed Simmons, City Fire Chief and Louise Ridenour on fire fees increase; Proclamation for Janet Keller, City Clerk is read by Tom Mainella; Dr. Bud Sapp discusses Leadership Marion. Passage was successful on fire fee increase.

04:35     City Council: 04/2 8/17
Highlights included passing resolutions on raising fees, from permits and registrations on construction Planning and zoning, and rentals. It is a fee for service, not a tax, explained City manager and Councilman Mason. Other fees pertained zoning maps and codes; sidewalk vendors and an application for a variant to the board of zoning appeals. City Manager displays replica of grant received through Sandra Scaffidi, Director of Planning & Development, for Geographic Information System (GIS) Identifying Historic Resources in the City of Fairmont. Morris Park tennis court will be resurfaced through a grant from the Marion County Parks and Recreation Commission.

05:31     Human Rights/Father Day
Highlights of a renewed Fairmont Human Rights commission is pictured with comments from City Manager Robin Gomez, project manager Rikki Butler and Councilman Phil Mason. DD Meighen presents a PowerPoint that highlights Fairmont and Marion County persons who have contributed to human rights. Another PowerPoint is given for the history of Father's Day that duplicates the first one. Emphasis is also given for a Concert at the Palatine Park on June 18th at 6:00 p.m.