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Studio Programs Set Dance Studio in Lewisburg !its seventh year at 128 West Street with a full sched- classes for 1990, including s and new faculty mem- begin February 5, with at the first class. dlanetics, taught by Shelly presents a series of exer- to tone and shape your body. Students have noticed remark- in just a few sessions. ghter Improvisation the basics of modern im- dance with natural and the beauty of the ~r-daughter relationship. All ~re Welcome. For Everyone is designed introduce the beginner and 'e the adept. Diane Hunt breathing and relaxation of basic Hatha Yoga. lult Technique offers basic technique to the new and dancer in a class co- by new faculty Jo Weisbrod Wadsworth. will continue to be by Beth White. The class the experienced and new how to channel personal ve movement into structures ansembles shared in each class. Adult Technique and Improvi- sation are scheduled so that they may be taken separately or in com- bination. Beginning Adult Technique will be offered by Jo Weisbrod during the noon hour to inspire the new dancer with a busy schedule. The Dance Studio offers a full range of classes for children begin- ning at age 2-1/2. The instructional approach combines modern, ballet and creative technique in a Ea. anced and disciplined fashion. Carli Mareneck will return this season to teach Advanced Teens, with an ad- ditional Teen class taught by Beth White. The Dance Studio is operated by The Trillium Collective, Ltd., an or- ganization offering a variety of per- forming arts experiences for the sur- rounding area. Participants in classes at The Dance Studio pres- ent an annual recital in the spring. This year's recital will take place at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg on June 10. Trillium Collective, Ltd., which is seeking non-profit status, also pro- duces concerts, sponsors guest teachers, presents programs to the public schools, and offers a summer performing arts camp. arshall U. Cancels Reception with a deepening financial , Marshall University has can- its annual reception for mem- of the West Virginia Legisla- Marshall President Dale F. said today. reception had been sched- January 30 in Charleston's Hotel under sponsorship of toni Association and Kanawha Valley Alumni try to have a reception each our appreciation to the eir efforts in our be- get to know the individual a little better," Mr said. "This year, we're to have to demonstrate our in less expensive ways. Nitzschke said burgeoning and budget reductions about by the state's eco- c COnditions have placed In a )recarious position fi- nancially. "Although the reception costs would have been paid with private funds, it appears we may have to redirect such funds for other pur- poses before this fiscal year is over," Mr Nitzschke added. "Our situation has become extremely tight." Daniel Ream On Honor Roll Daniel Clark Ream of Lewisburg has earned a place on the fall term honor roll of The Kiski School, Salts- burg, Pennsylvania. A member of Kiski's class of 1991, Daniel is the son of Dr Nor- man B. Ream, Jr and Donna W. Ream, both of Lewisburg. Now in its 102 year, The Kiski School is a college preparatory school for 250 boys in grades 9-12. SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE Pack up th(~ dreams of sun and sand and escaDe the winter blahs vvtt~ one of our exclusive (and very affordab !) travel We've got a woad of clesttta0ons to choose fTorn, so call or stop in today. Polo Travel and Tours, Inc. 123 W. Washington Street Lgwisburg, W.Va. 645-1200 1-800-628-6291 Education Fund President Elected Douglas E. Cochran has as- sumed his duties as the seventh president of the board of directors of the West Virginia Education Fund. He succeeds John Lough of Clarksburg. Other newly-elected officers of the Education Fund are L. Newton Thomas, Jr of Charleston, Vice President; Jack Phillips, President of Phillips Machine Service in Beckley is Secretary; and Ann Johnson, Branch Manager of IBM of Char- leston, will serve as Treasurer. A resident of Parkersburg, Mr Cochran has been affiliated with the nonprofit Education Fund since 1985. He served as the Fund's Vice President from t986-1989. Mr Co- chran was graduated cum laude in accounting from Strayer College in Washington, D. C., and is a certified public accountant. Mr Cochran's business career has taken him through the ranks of several companies held by the McDonough Company. He is pres- ently chairman of the Hanson Build- ing Products Group. Vivian Kidd, executive director of By Don McCoy For a smoother base for eye shadow pat on a little translucent powder first. It helps keep co!or.in p.lace. Man-tailored shirt looks right in almost every setting, with everything from eans to a fine wool skirt. Some shirts are LADY-tailored and they're winners for dress er ocasions. The sack suit so popular in the 1960's is again being trumpeted by Italian menswear. Natural shoulders and straight-hang!ng, coat are favorites; expecially with t~e.~'oung. Eau de parfum, a new version of your favorite scent, is softer than perfume - - and it costs tess, too. Sun-bleached hair looks fine in summer but what if new growth is coming in dark? An expert colorist can tint the lightened hair to your natural shade, or do a "reverse frosting" for camouflage. Color can create a "new you" -- or enhance the look you have now. Both gats and guys take advantage or expert hair coloring.at... The Personel Haircut Analyst. the Education Fund, said, "It is a great compliment to the West Vir- ginia Education Fund that an individ- ual of Mr Cochran's stature shares his valued time with our organiza- tion. His perspective is a global one. I see it as an indication of where we are headed and how we must pre- pare our children." Mr Cochran stated, "The Educa- tion Fund has done a remarkable job of introducing and managing programs for public education in our state since 1983. It is efficient, non- bureaucratic, and is making a real difference in the quality of education in our state. "Change is taking place. It may not be as fast as we would like, but it is coming. With over five hundred businesses forming partnerships with local schools, that input is mak- ing a difference. The Fund has awarded over 1,100 minigrants to teachers for innovative classroom projects, and that $300,000 has an effect. Last year, we started a pa- rental involvement award and spent $15,000 for creative ideas that got parents and schools working more closely together. We are recognizing five outstanding educators a year with $5,000 awards for excellence. The College Bound Program and the "Think College" grants have lead the way to increased enrollment as The Mountain Messenger,'Tuesday, January 23, 1990 7A West Virginia colleges and universi- ties. "We have an identity problem. We have to do something about that. People think we are part of state government operating on pub- lic money, which is as far from the truth as you can get. We raise oper- ating capital from private sources, and we need to work in that area, too. The Fund has not achieved adequate financial support. Part of my commitment is to work to assure long-term stability for the programs of the Fund." The West Virginia Education Fund administers the following pro- grams: Minigrants for Classroom Projects, Parental Involvement Awards, Partnerships in Education, College Bound, Outstanding Educa- tor Merit Awards, "Think College" Grants, and "Day on Campus." 0 O0 O000 O00000000000000000000000000000 . • Greenbr • • • • Of Bluefield State College Will Offer The I•• SPRING REAL ESTATE CLASSI" i i i Q Beginning at 6:00 pm on January 31. Classes will meet in room A118 at Greenbrier East High School every Wednesday, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm and Saturday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm through March 28. Participants can pay their registration fee of $150.00 and purchase the required book ($18.00) on the first night of class. Participants may pre- register to assure admittance by calling GCCC at 645-3302 or 645-3303. O 0' 0 o iO tO O O O O • O O0 O • O0 O O• • • • • • • • • • • • OOOOOOOOOO0 JIM McCUTCHEON. 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