During the past several weekends, Marshall County residents have had the opportunity to dispose of unwanted items as part of the Fall Clean-Up program sponsored by the Marshall County Commission and the Marshall County Solid Waste Authority.
This coming weekend residents will have a final opportunity to get rid of even more items, some of which were not accepted at the dumpster sites which were available throughout the county, as Recycling Days will be held Friday in Cameron, and Saturday in Moundsville.
This will mark the first time for a Electronics Recycling Day in Cameron. It will be held from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of the former Cameron High School. It is being co-sponsored by Electronics Recycling Services of Bellaire and the Marshall County Solid Waste Authority. There will be no charge for Marshall County residents to dispose of computers, networking equipment such as monitors, printers, hubs, switches and cables, telecommunications equipment, fax machines, typewriters, cell phones, copiers without toner cartridges, telephone systems, VCRs and DVD players, cassette players, televisions, electronic games and video games, consoles, MP3 players and selected radios, among others.
The other recycling site will be from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday in the north parking lot of Monarch Stadium. At this recycling site all types of electronics will be accepted, including computers and televisions, the limit per household for televisions being two.
There will also be the opportunity to dispose of white goods to include refrigerators, ranges, air conditioners, humidifiers, dehumidifiers and washers/dryers.
The third item to be accepted at the Moundsville location will be tires, which can also include rims. There is a limit of 10 tires per person. As to the size of tires they are to be 17 inches and smaller.
Also, Saturday dumpsters will be at the parking lot of the former Cameron High School from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. It will be the last dumpster site this fall.
Those bringing items to be recycled at both Cameron and Moundsville will be asked to show either their state driver's license, West Virginia identification or property tax receipt.
The Saturday recycling program in Moundsville is being sponsored by the West Virginia REAP program, the Marshall County Commission, the Marshall County Solid Waste Authority and Electronics Recycling.
Questions concerning the two recycling sites and the Cameron dumpster site, can be addressed to Howard Coffield at 304-780-9866 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The John Marshall High School football team is returning home! The Monarchs, who have played five straight away games, will host Morgantown on Friday. It will be Homecoming, with the activities including a parade at 6 p.m. from the Delf Norona Museum.
The Dungeon of Horrors at the former West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville continues to attract large numbers of people.
Beginning Friday and continuing through Nov. 3, there will be still be seven opportunities to attend. This coming weekend, the Dungeon of Horrors will be on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and since Halloween is on Thursday, next week the dates will be Oct 31, Nov. 1 and 2.
In addition, there will be two nights dedicated to younger children, as on Oct. 28 there will be an activity for children up to the age 6, at which there will be a $5 charge for each child, with parents free. The children are encouraged to come dressed in costume for games, treats, etc. Proceeds will go to the Osiris Shriners Hospital.
On Oct. 29 there will be an event for children ages 7-12. There will be a $10 charge for a family of four, and a $5 fee for each additional child. The children will attend a scaled-down version of the Dungeon of Horrors.
For additional information on these events, call either 304-845-6200 or 304-845-6529.
The Marshall County Music Educators will present the fourth annual Music Showcase, which highlights music instruction and talent. It will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Center for the Performing Arts at John Marshall High School.
More than 350 students representing all levels and facets of music education will be performing. Monetary donations will be accepted at the door to benefit the Ron Rose Memorial Scholarship fund. The scholarship is presented annually to a JMHS student pursuing a career in music education.
The Relay for Life of Marshall County will host a Kickoff Open House from 10 a.m. until noon on Nov. 2 in the Bebee Habig room at Reynolds Memorial Hospital.
Anyone interested in gaining information about the 2014 Relay for Life event and how they can participate is invited to attend. For additional information call chairperson Karen Coffield at 304-845-8655. Refreshments and prizes will be part of the event.
The monthly Marshall County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event will be held from 5-7 p.m. Thursday in the parking lot of Main Street Bank on North Lafayette Avenue.
Undo's will cater the event, with music by Carl Pesi and Jonathan Banco.
Reservations can be made by calling the Chamber office at 304-845-2773 or via email to email@example.com.
The Marx Toy Museum in Moundsville will host a Dollar Admission Day on Oct. 27, with everyone in the community invited to attend from noon until 4 p.m. The event will feature a "History of Marx" program, and the opportunity to view toy demonstrations, which will start every hour.
Former employees are being invited to attend and to share their personal stories. Everyone will receive a gift and there will be free raffles, with prizes to the winners.
Anyone wishing additional information can use the www.marxtoymuseum.com website or telephone the museum at 304-845-6022.