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Hello Barrackville!

I like this last little bit of cold lately. It gives me the illusion that I still have time to put my garden in order! I just ordered blocks for a few raised beds and will be leveling them and ordering dirt from our local horse farm to fill them.

Some of Scott’s online gardener tips are to place organic materials at the bottom of the bed, twigs, branches, leaves, etc. anything you can search for in the woods that will decay and create more soil later. It will save money and means the top of the bed can focus on the best floor I will have to buy. So if the weather and my back holds up, I should be ready to plant for Mother’s Day.

Little League 12-Stroke Raffle

Tickets are on sale now for a 12-gun raffle ticket to be held via Facebook Live for and by the Barrackille Little League Group. The draw will take place at the B-Ball Championship game on June 12 at the Barrackville Baseball Field. Winners don’t need to be present to win. Ticket donation is $10. Contact any Little League member or check out their Facebook page.

spaghetti dinner

Don’t forget the Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Saturday, April 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Barrackville Lions Community Building. Dinners will be available at the door. To purchase a ticket, contact Sharon at 302-363-2353. All proceeds will go to the Barrackville Covered Bridge Festival to be held June 18.

Spring Painting Festival

Join us for our second Paint Festival fundraiser on Saturday, May 14 at 4 p.m. at the Lions Community Building. We will paint rain boots filled with spring tulips. Such a fun and easy to paint project. Beginner painters are welcome as well as those who have mastered a canvas a little better. The cost will be $25 and the canvas will be 11X14. All proceeds will go to the Barrackville Covered Bridge Festival on June 18. Register for a spot at [email protected] or by phone at 304-376-1759. Registration is limited to 25 places.

Grant Town Community Market

Join us for the Grant Town Community Market on Saturday, June 4 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. which will feature crafts, vendors, music, food trucks, face painting, community garage sales and the inaugural auto show. Vendor spots are still available, for more information contact Sandy Yanego at 304-280-1469 or [email protected] for the benefit of Grant Town VFD.

Fundraising Fairview VFD

Sale of pizzas, sandwiches and salads at the Fairview Fire Department on Saturday, April 30 from 3 to 6 p.m. Eat in or take away. Call 304-449-1904/1905 to place orders. Accessible to people with disabilities. All proceeds benefit our volunteer fire department. This will be the last sale before “Spring Break”.

Veterans News

DAV Chapter 45 will host a VA Benefits Seminar at VFW 629, 802 Fairmont Ave., Fairmont on Saturday, April 30 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. All interested veterans in the area are welcome to attend. Service agents will also help with VA disability claims. The guest speaker will be Michael Heitz, a DAV National Service Officer from Huntington. Please bring your DD214 if you require assistance.

Road works on monumental water pipes

Pro-Contracting and Monumental Water are working through Barrackville to bring water lines to Fairview. As we know, Fairview has struggled for years with the quality of its water. We will have a brief inconvenience in some of our roads so that safe drinking water is delivered to their community. This is not a Barrackville City Council project. Pro-Contracting and Monumental Water will travel through town over the next few weeks from the Covered Bridge through High, Bryan, Rice, Pike to Smith Road and finally Route 250. Some disruption to Barrackville lines is expected. The Barrackville City Council is not involved in the disruption or repairs of these incidents. If you are impacted by the work of Pro-Contracting and Monumental PSD, please contact them at 304-363-1700 or 304-363-7025.

Contact Information: If you have any news to include in our column, contact Diana Marple by email [email protected] or by phone at 304-376-1759 by 8 p.m. Tuesday.

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