These Beverly-Center Elementary School students were honored with the "Cadet of the Month" award for February: Kindergarten Adam Cooper and James Wyatt Shuster; First Grade Jocelyn Ruble and Austin Powell; Second Grade Sierra Powell and Maeson Long; Third Grade Miracle Green and Skylar Skinner; Fifth Grade Tyler Duskey and Maddie Kitts; Sixth Grade Tyler Bradford and Ashley Fitch; Primary Resource Room Traven Baker. Honored students received certificates from McDonald's and Taco Bell and were treated to a pizza party in their honor with Beverly-Center principal Mr. Brent Taylor.
STORY TIME AT LIBRARY
This March 28, the Beverly Public Library will hold a preschool story hour at 11 a.m. All children ages 2-6, accompanied by an adult, are invited to attend this week's program about "Rabbits." The story time will include stories, a short film, snack, games, a craft and fun. A parent or caregiver is requested to remain with the child during the program.
LIBRARY OFFERS INCOME TAX HELP
Tax time is drawing near. Remember, the Beverly Library has a large selection of federal, state and local tax forms and instructions during tax season. The AARP tax aide assistance program is offered free to low and moderate income taxpayers, with special attention to those age 60 and older. Help is given on a first come, first served basis. An appointment is needed at the Beverly Library, located on McIntosh Street in Beverly. Help will be available from 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Mondays until April 9. Call 984-4060 to schedule your appointment. Please have these items to bring to your appointment: a copy of your 2010 tax return; W-2 forms from each employer, all 1099 forms showing interest and/or dividends as well as documentation showing the original purchase price of your sold assets; SSA-1099 if you were paid Social Security benefits; 1099R if you received a pension or annuity; all forms indicating federal income tax paid; unemployment compensation statements, if applicable; child care provider information (name, employer ID, SSN); receipts or canceled checks for items such as medical expenses, taxes paid, mortgage interest paid, mortgage interest paid, and charitable contributions if itemizing; and Social Security numbers for all dependents.
Sue Sampson is a longtime columnist for The Parkersburg News & Sentinel.