Garnet’s husband, Park Woodyard, was Uncle Ralph Perrine’s nephew. The two families would go together and have a picnic under the shade trees.
He said they picked fresh flowers from their yard and just laid them on the graves. They would leave out about in the morning and not get back home until late afternoon.
This represents real success and accomplishment – the product of our determined effort to protect the Second Amendment rights of West Virginia gun owners.
That same perseverance drives our office to maintain the broad recognition that West Virginia license holders enjoy, while constantly looking for new avenues with other states.
West Virginians and many who visit our state also cherish the right to carry a concealed handgun.
Our office not only respects this personal freedom, we have been and remain committed to expanding the reach of the state’s concealed carry licenses.
This year’s events incorporate music with the Libraries Rock theme.Each year, the West Virginia Library Commission partners with the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), a national organization providing high-quality, low-cost materials for libraries, to help libraries facilitate summer reading programs.Children, teens and adults are encouraged to participate throughout the summer in a variety of reading and education programs in the state’s 171 public libraries.A population that is free is best equipped to reach its full potential. My youngest brother, Brent Stewart, can remember going with our Warner grand-parents to the cemetery at Cedarville, for them to decorate graves of Mamaw’s Lowe relatives. She grew it at the corner of the garden, which joined our back yard, for the sole purpose of decorating graves.Patrick Morrisey is the Attorney General of West Virginia Decoration Day brings back memories to me of Mamaw Warner’s peony bushes in their yard at the house on Crooked Run. Mom had pink roses at one corner of our yard and she would pick several of those and put them in a quart jars of water, along with asparagus fern for the greenery. My husband remembers his Aunt Susie and a neighbor, Garnet Wilson Woodyard, fixing food to take to the Stout Cemetery up at Flatwoods.
Libraries are also less like school, this helps foster positive experiences around books and learning for reluctant readers.” For many families, the public library is the only community space available during the summer months where they can access free educational activities and programs.