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Don Smith p Opens Wright addition to the area's ent of chain-operated fast- is now open at the shopping complex in Le- Don Smith is proud of his Restaurant, which of- of both cold and hot no Sandwiches. "There are of fast foods around here, much in the way of es," he says. '1 feel this is for people." ~ith and his family moved to r County in 1986. "In com- visit my wife's parents, n love with the area. I had the police force and de- for a franchise which Well here. After reading Restaurants in sev- such as Fortune with Subway franchise Beckley and Roanoke. I submitted the proposal store to Subway After they did their ~ey agreed it would be a .This is essential be- approve a location for any new restaurant contains are feet, seats 32 persons, Wall decoration focus- ing on the New York City subway system. It joins nearly 4,000 other Subway Restaurants around North America, Mr Smith says. "Ours has been the fastest-growing fast-food franchise in the United States for the past three years," he adds. "We hope to draw a lot of people coming off the interstate. I know there are other restaurants in our vi- cinity, such as Hardee's and Shoney's, but we're not really com- peting with them-we don't have the same type menu." Mr Smith, 43, is married to the former Donna Meadows, whose family is from Greenbrier County. She grew up in Woodbridge, Vir- ginia, and now works at Superior Services, a bookkeeping firm in Fairlea. The couple has three chil- dren. "We like small-town life," Mr Smith says. "Where we lived in New Jersey it was very congested. We had all the modern conveniences we needed, but there were high taxes and crime to go along with that. We wanted our children to get a good education, be closer to my wife's family, and enjoy the fresh air. We really like it here--and it's still close enough by the interstate to larger shopping areas when we want to go." s' Week in Government fifth year, Secretary of is sponsoring the State Government" pro- een high school juniors from throughout the SPend , an expense-paid 'SUmmer at the State Capi- ~g in the Secretary of exchanging ideas with and becoming in- CUrrent issues facing West sponsor the program and share in my belief that the best way to inspire young people to take an active rote in developing West Virginia's future is to give them a chance to partici- pate in the governmental process." W,nners of the "Week Greenbrier Airport ~," program will O,ce of attending during Meeting Set PlOWing weeks: June 10- -29, July 8-13 or July Program is fully super- are available from all and 4-H Agents or may from the Secretary of ApPlications must be on or before February Will be announced April enjoy making this kind of available for our future Hechler said. "The pro- . a COmmitted group of cor- and foundations who co- The Greenbrier County Airport Authority will hold a Special Meeting at 4 p.m. on January 25. This meet- ing is called to discuss the future operation of the Maxweiton Manu- facturing Plant. Doug Maddy, Indus- trial Development Representative of the Governor's Office of Community and Industrial Development, will be present and available to assist in the planning of the future operation of this plant located in the Eastern Greenbrier County Airport Industrial Park. The Mountain Messenger, T~esday, January 30, 1990 3A The Ronceverte Lions Club met made it available to the public for By Jonathan Wright at the American Legion Building meetings, parties and other gather- The future hiring of an individual January 18 for its regular dinner ings on a maintenance cost basis. to serve as financial clerk and town meeting with President Charles Car- When the building is paid for, in treasurer for Aiderson was dis- cussed by the City Council at its January meeting. The meeting was held January 14, a change from the normal date, due to conflicting schedules of Council members. The City has received 29 applica- tions for the position, according to recorder Charles Lobban. Advertis- ing has now closed, and a commit- tee will meet with the mayor soon to review the applications before a final choice is made. The date of that meeting has not been decided y':t. The position is open due to the death last year of long-time financial clerk and town treasurer Margaret Burns. Temporary employees have been filling in until the position is filled. In other business, the Council discussed the progress of the water system improvement project, which is going according to schedule. Members voted to pay bills to the Region 4 Planning and Develop- ment Council for administration of the project. The Council commended police officer David McCarty for high ~'at- ings in his training for certification in the State Police Academy. Councilman Todd Hanger said Greenbrier County Superintendent of Schools Steve Baldwin had re- sponded positively to last month's resolution asking for public meetings and public discussion of all issues involved in the possible consolida- tion of junior high schools through- out the county. A letter from Governor Gaston Caperton inviting participation in an upcoming economic development meeting was read. Mayor Tom Housby plans to attend the January 27 meeting in Charleston. The Council received news,~at Wolf Creek Printery had donated to the City fund for Christmas lights and decorations. The progress of the the Tri- County Economic Development Au- thority was discussed. Rick Parker is among those from Alderson attend- ing the meetings and is keeping the Council advised of the new,group's activities and decisions. Finally, the Council discussed the anticipated purchase of a computer for the City. According to Mr Lobban, it is hoped the Council will be able to make a final decision on the purchase in a special meeting called within the next two weeks. Alderson Choir Practice Scheduled A volunteer Aiderson Community Choir will begin practice for an Easter Cantata Sunday, February 4, at the Old Greenbrier Baptist Church, 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Cantata will be directed by Dell and Nancy Wood and is sponsored by the Music Club of Alderson. It will be presented the afternoon of Palm Sunday, April 8, at the Old Greenbrier Church." Persons who like to sing are urged to participate in this community activity. about three years, it will be an asset ney presiding. Gwen Clingman pre- pared the dinner, to the community. The Lions hold At the insistence of Lion Rudy Bingo games each Friday evening Holbrook, the Lions recounted and to raise money to pay for the build- listed their community projects over ing. the years. The RLC sponsored two ex- Besides providing glasses for the change students, one from Japan indigent of the community, espe- and one from Sweden last summer cially the school children, the Ron- ,through the Lions International Ex- ceverte Lions Club (RLC) contrib- utes several hundred dollars annu- ally to the Lions International Foun: dation for research, surgery and treatment for the blind. The RLC was chartered in 1945. The club graded and seeded the picnic area of the Island Park. The club has built, bought, and other- wise provided picnic tables and seats for the park from time to time. The RLC provided the first street signs in Ronceverte. For years the RLC has spon- sored and bought uniforms for the Little League Basketball Tourna- ment held in the Ronceverte Ar- mory. Donald Honaker is in charge and has been doing this for years. The Lions also take tickets and help with the junior high basketball and football games and contribute to the annual ~thletic banquet. The RLC has bought and re- stored a badly deteriorating building The American Legion Building) and AFFORDABLE ELEGANCE IS YOURS WITH OUR TAILORED JEWELFN HOW tO ~k hke a ~nJit~cr without robb~rlg the Mini! Out (,ottectto~ ot M~ryanfT'~ ~tlue~ !~e )ewetry lets you s~lne all year Iol~g irJ your ct~o~ce ot necklaces in ptatrl ro~e, herrtngtc~ne serpentine ot f, gure-e~g/!t. ~$~.gJ~; earr/r)cJs in hoop, hammered f'~op, texlu~'e~ button of square styles ~.~.15.~ . 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