A tire collection will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Pendleton County Economic Development Authority on 100 Thorn Creek Road in Franklin.
Only tires from state residents will be accepted. Tires from businesses will not be accepted. A 10 tire per person limit will be strictly enforced. Tires must be off the rim. Only passenger car or light truck tires will be accepted.
The annual Lenten Luncheons hosted by the Pendleton County Ministerial Association will begin at noon today at Walnut Street United Methodist Church in Franklin.
This year, people will drive through and get their food (soup, sandwich and dessert). Written messages will be provided in the bag with the meals. Recordings of the message will be available at churches’ Facebook pages and websites around noon.
Today’s meal will be provided by Circleville and Seneca Rocks Presbyterian churches and Riverton United Methodist Charge with Pastors Jess and Jason Felicia delivering the message.
Next week’s meal will be provided by South Fork United Methodist Charge with Pastor Judy Vetter delivering the message.
To Meet Monday
The Upper Tract Producers 4-H Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Upper Tract Training Center. The program will be “Purrr-fect Paw-ty.” Four-H’ers are asked to bring their P.A.W.S. donations.
Quilters To Gather
The Sew and Sews Quilt Guild will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at Faith Lutheran Church in Franklin. There will be a demonstration on how to use Stripology rulers.
Anyone interested in quilting is welcome to attend.
Ag Dinner Meeting
Set for Monday
“Soil Testing and Fertility” will be the topic at the educational dinner meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Clinton Hedrick Community Building in Riverton.
Tom Basden, extension associate professor and nutrient management specialist with West Virginia University Extension Office, will focus on the new soil testing lab system, including a review of sampling methods, submission of prepared soil samples, new method of analysis, new recommendation system that includes determining the predominant soil series where the soil sample is taken.
For more information or questions, contact the Pendleton County Extension Office at 304-358-2286.
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