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Page 8--lle otall0ntaS ilnt'---September 25. 2003 TAILGATING TAKEN TO the extreme, the Red Fox Restaurant set a bounteous feast on the engine compartment, complete with eight-piece service, crystal and silver candelabra. The Red Fox Restaurant, at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, is well-known for its menu of wild game. (Photo by. Carol Moore, Pocahontas Times) FRN to participate in On September 27, at the Trifold Youth Center, the Family Resource Network will be demonstrating Fatal Vision Goggles. The gog- gles simulate the effects of alcohol. You can see for yourself the effect that alcohol has on your reactions and judgements. There will also be a Autumn Harvest Festival Tobacco Display (i.e. A Year's Worth Of Tar in a jar). A Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) representative explaining free health insurance for children will be there also. Free literature will be available. Web Site Spotlights Top 100 Events of the Year Marlinton festivities featured in 'events planner' on weather. Weather.com, the most popular source of online weather information and the web site of The Weather Channel, would like to con- gratulate Marlinton for host- ing one of 200Ys Top 100 Events of the Year, as deter- mined by Events Media and eventscrazv.com. Through our partnership with Events Media, details about the Autumn Harvest Festival/Road Kill Cook-off will be featured on our Events Planner, located at weather.corn/events. Site visitors can check weather.corn to see if they need to bring an umbrella or a pair of shades, to suit up for the Autumn Harvest Festivaload Kill Cookoff. From crafts and entertain- ment to music and food, they'll want to be prepared weather wise for the maxi- mum amount of fun. Weather.com's Events Planner assists site visitors who are searching for an out- door activi and helps those with plans be prepired for local weather conditions. In addition to the Autumn Harvest Festivab'Road Kill Cook-off, the Events Planner hosts an extensive database of special events and sporting events along with correspon- ding and continuously updat- ed weather forecasts. The planner also features a Spectator Index that assesses how comfortable weather con- ditions will be for outdoor activities at the selected loca- tion. The index assigns each location a numeric rating from 1-10 (with one representing vet3" poor and 10 representing excellent weather conditions for spectators.) To search for events, con- sumers simply select a catego- ry m which they are interested, including Sports, Fairs & Festivals and Arts & Music and weather.com delivers a listing of local, current events. Once a specific event has been selected, weather.corn delivers a weather forecast for that location. Additionally, weather.com ensures that the forecast that it provides is relevant event's start date. if the user selects begins weeks or future, weather.corn climatology data, averages and records particular area. If the made within 10 days event, users receive a forecast for the within 12 hours, the tions are predicted Annual Wooly Worm Race Start exercising wooly worm and get l shape for the Worm Race at 2 Saturday; September part of the Autumn Festival in variety of harvest contests will 2 to 4 p.m. Treasures in the corn shelling, potato ging, and the highly itive adult apple test! Sponsored by and -" ptember 27 ° Marlinton, WV 00;be 000tabonta00 Time00 Since 1883 Serving Pocahontas County and the 0 C.J. Hardware & Furniture 799-1851 Endless Mountains of Appalachia l  "Supplying a little bit of everything for 102 yeanf llilOsi'O*? r|nn [llfy°u'ret°°c"ickent°t r°'dkill' + SthS--atthe River [1 come on up to the Chic inn. --L Motel: Restaurant Lounge " Guaranteed USDA approved! 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