November 2016 Schedule

November 2016 TV19 SCHEDULE: All programs on web at: Program Description on web at All Programs shown at a.m. and p.m, repeating every 12 hours.

TimeDescription     Date Taped     Duration
07:00      Vocal Tapestry      09/16/16      1:32:29
08:32      Women's Health Awareness Day      10/07/16       32:53
09:05      John Veasey & ad      10/07/17       23:46
09:30      Rowlesburg Living History 2015      06/27/15      1:03:40
10:33      Governor's Veteran's Christmas      12/13/15      06:18
10:39      Flying Flags & ad      04/12/15       07:50
10:47      2015 Meals on Wheels      05/01/15       12:44      
11:00      Band Spectacular: FSHS      10/12/16       29:00
11:29      Band Spectacular- WVU Band      10/12/16       30:06
12:00      Band Spectacular- East Fm't/ Mgn'twn      10/12/16       21:09
12:21      City Council      09/13/16      1:45:30
02:06      City Council      09/27/16      1:03:16
03:09      County Commission & ad      10/05/16       48:24
04:00      FSCA Hall of Fame Banquet      09/30/16      1:18:25
05:18      City Council & ad      10/11/16      1:06:44

07:00     VOCAL TAPESTRY Sept 16, 2016
Highlights include all singing National Anthem & America the Beautiful. Group sings The Gift to Be Simple and Blessing. (5) He - Bev Slagle; (6) Bound for Jubilee: Shawn Dunn, Greg DeVito, Doug Stout, Stan Swihart; (7) Close Every Door (Joseph's Story) - Tom Price; (8) Hallelujah (David's Story) - VT Men; (9) Down to River to Pray - Susan Coffindaffer, Kim Boyce, Kathy Dunn; (10) At the Cross- John Bonasso, Doug Bunner, Kyle Hamilton, Ron Martin; (11) Here I Am, Lord; (12) Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love- Doug Bunner, Betty Lee; (13) The Man I Love /At Last - Kim Boyce; (14) Best Friend's Wedding Medley - VT Women - Wishin' and Hopin' I Say a Little Prayer, The Way You Look Tonight; (15) Summertime/ My Man's Gone Now - Susan Coffindaffer; (16) Rodgers and Hammerstein on Broadway; (17) Birth of the Blues - Cathie Metheny; (18) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Dani and Greg DeVito; (19) For Good - Karla Smith, Susan Coffindaffer; (20) Da Coconut Nut; (21) Sing Along to Shine on Harvest Moon, The West Virginia Hills and My Home Among the Hills.

08:32:00     WOMEN'S HEALTH DAY 10/08/15
Highlights of the 2016 program include interviews with Betty Markovich, member of Marion County Breast Cancer Coalition; Kelly Rutherford doing bone density; Kim Riley, Lymphedema Therapist at Fairmont Rehabilitation Center; County Commissioner Randy Elliott reading a proclamation; Cathy Reed, recipient of services and cancer free survivor for 39 years; Connie Ahrens, American Cancer Society Resource Center; Heather Swiger, Radiation Therapist: WVU Healthcare, Fairmont Regional Cancer Center; Rayman Richardson & Joyce McVicker: Drive to Survive; and Stella Hawk, Chair: Women's Health Awareness Event.

09:05     John Veasey Retirement Oct 7, 2016.
Highlights include interview with John Veasey, proclamations from the City, County, and State. Misty Poe narrates newsroom reception for John. Cliff Nichols comments on John Veasey.

09:30     ROWLESBURG LIVING HISTORY: 06/27/15     1:03:00
10th Rowlesburg WW II Living History program on June 27, 2015, are shown. Interviews are with General Hoyer, Woody Williams, Foster Huffman, Noah Blackburn and Chaplain Mick. Katie Wolfe-Orescanin reads letter. On the field scenes includes re-enactors Chris Funkhouser of Pittsburgh and Jim Barnes of Morgantown representing Soviet Union; Eric Satterfield, representing the 201st German Security Division; John Uhler, representing the Protestant Chaplaincy; and Alex Smitty, representing the German Catholics; Bonnie Junkins, signatures of WWII Vet; Jessica Sell, representing Senator Joe Manchin; Major General James A. Hoyer, Adjutant General of WV.

10:33     Governor's Veteran's Christmas 11/12/16     06:18
Pictures & videos from Governor's Reception Room Veteran Tree is shown. Program features 12 pictures of WWII Veterans submitted by Kip Price; 9 from Marion Co: Columbus Carpenter, "Sport" Holloway, Fred DeMary, Joe Kapris, John DeMary, Franklin Beaird, Asa Davison, Paul Lawrence, and Pervis Bates. Kip's Dad and Brother Bill and David Price along with Wereth 11 Piedmont hero, Audrey Steward, were also featured. Richard Bentel's picture is also shown.

10:39     FLYING FLAGS
Highlights include flags flying around Marion County to the music of the Yale University Freshman Class of 2001 singing "The King of Love."

10:47     MEALS ON WHEELS: 05/04/15
Highlights focuses on scenes of volunteers from the Meal on Wheels 42nd Dinner at Knights of Columbus on May 4, 2015. Interviews occur with Skip Delligatti, President and Carolyn Munz, Treasurer. The Madrigals of Fairmont Senior High School, under direction of Greg DeVito, perform three numbers. Bob Cavallo served as the moderator. The Event was dedicated to Bill Barth.

11:00:00     Morgantown Band Spectacular: 10/12/16     29:02
Highlights are on South Park, Fairmont Senior, Richwood High School Band, & donation from Morgantown.

11:29:00     Morgantown Band Spectacular: 10/12/16     30:06
The WVU Band performs the pregame ceremony & highlights from their halftime show vs. Youngstown State & Missouri.

12:00:00     Morgantown Band Spectacular 10/12/16     21:09
The East Fairmont and Morgantown Bard are presented from Mountaineer Field.

12:29:01     CITY COUNCIL 09/13/16     1:45:30
Highlights include the discussion & passage of Republic Rates for 5 years, from $14.90 to 18.30. Speaking for Republic was John McGoran: Municipal Services Republic Services Manager: Western Pa. Area. Speaking against was Lee Vincent, Anthony Horton, Debbie Harvey, Daniel Kuneff, and J.P. Phillips. Also passed was a fireworks ordinance with comments from Jr Bennett; salary adjustments, reclassification of certain positions and current pay plan and list of occupational classes for all class titles and employees, school bus stop, burning of trash, & Homebrewers Against Hunger Event Sponsored By The Fairmont Homebrewers Club To Be Held At Palatine Park, Sat. Oct 8.

02:06:39     CITY COUNCIL 9/27/16     1:03:16
Citizens Petition include Mark Bowyer and Manager Ron Goetz on Go Mart Traffic Flow Problems; and 4 Veterans discussing repairs to the Veterans Plaza: (1) John Oliver- Treasurer: VFW Post 629; Commander of Combat Vets Motorcycle Association; (2) Kenny Satterfield; (3) Brad Newbraugh; and (4) Ron Biafore. Mayor Ron Straight acknowledges Purple Hearts Recipients.

03:09:55     COUNTY COMMISSION: 10/05/16     44:24
Highlights included a Proclamation for "Women on Wellness" that will be presented on Women's health Awareness Day; a Proclamation for "Domestic Violence Awareness Month," and Grant Contract Agreement between Division of Justice and Community Services and Marion County Commission. Tom Martin, representing 4-H, spoke on needs for improvement at the camp and asked for help. Chris McIntire spoke on grant to expand the DHSEM equipment; Amanda Martin and her husband Tim spoke on animal rescue, particularly horses. Charlie Reese shared his report.

04:00:00     FSC Hall of Fame Banquet 09/30/16
Emceed by Dr. Robert Mild, Interim Dean, School of Fine Arts, the Fairmont State Athletic Association Class of 2016 held its Hall of Fame Induction Banquet on Sept. 300, 2016. After opening comments by Tim McNeely, Director of Athletic and welcome by Dr. Maria Rose, President, eight persons were inducted. They were Mike Arcure, Meritorious Service as Athlete, Coach, Supporter; Rick Harris: Emeritus- Baseball, Football, and Swimming (1955-1958); Scott Hernon (Swimming) 1977-1981; Mike Kirby (Wrestling) 1973-1976; Thad McFadden (Men's Basketball) 2008-2009.

Nikki McGinnis-Crotty (Basketball); 1993-1997 Sidney Thomas (Basketball) 2002-2005; Jason Trent (Football) 1997-2000; and closing comments by Chad Fowler, Associate A.D

05:18:25     CITY COUNCIL: 10/11/16     1:06:44
Citizens Highlights included Citizens Petition from Brenda Ginnais of the Fairmont Chamber Music Association; Spencer Powell on an incident at McDonalds on Sept. 30, 2916 at McDonald's; Britney Moreland, Devon Powell and Michael Meade on the further issue.