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HOW! HOW! goes out to 4-H member Kiana McClung. McClung is a member of the Williamsburg Flying Falcons 4-H club. The club members cleaned out flower beds at the Williamsburg Community Center earlier in October. Kiana and her mother planted pansies and placed pumpkins around the sign to make it more decorative for community members when driving by.

To celebrate Williamsburg Ruritan’s 29th year participating in West Virginia Adopt-a-Highway the group went out and picked up 11 bags of roadside trash. Pictured left to right are: Denver Tiller, LauraAnn Tiller, President Jack Goodman, Treasurer Doyle Owens, Ray Phillips, Debra Zahorenko, John Rucker, Rudi Rucker, Jason Hedrick, and Vice President Bill Zumpfe and (not pictured) Patricia Zumpfe.

The Williamsburg Ruritans spent a long cold day using a special chemical and a lot of elbow grease to clean the gravestones at Andrew Chapel in Williamsburg. They had to haul the water out to the cemetery and carefully wipe and spray each marker to get the stones clean. Then they had to wait while the treatment soaked in so they could clean off the mold and lichen. They had previously set and re-set the stones that had been toppled or leaning. Many of the workers are not pictured as they were working in several different areas. A big thank-you to them for their community spirit. Pictured left to right are Matt Simmons; Bill Zumpfe, LauraAnn Tiller, Jack Goodman, Ray Phillips. Not pictured were Denver Tiller, Doyle Owens, Gregory Hurd.

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