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6A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February 6, 1990 Vance Dlmartino Greenbrier East Greenbrier East High School's Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Jeff Bryant and in conjunction with The Greenbrier Hotel, will host a "Big Band Weekend" February 16- 18. Friday, February 16 from 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. there will be a jazz festival at Carnegie Hall in Lewis- burg. Ensembles from Salem (Vir- ginia) High School, Woodrow Wilson (Beckley) High School, Greenbrier East High School, Greenbrier West High School, West Virginia Tech and James Madison University will participate. Saturday, February 17 there will be a clinic with jazz artists Vince Dimartino and Carl Allen in the Greenbrier East Band Room at 2 p.m. Mr Dimartino, former lead trum- pet with the Woody Herman Orches- tra, is Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Kentucky and tours the country as a performer and clinician. Cart Allen, drummer, is a member of the Freddie Hubbard Quintet, the Jackie McLean Quartet, the George Coleman Quartet, and his own Carl Allen Quintet. He travels as a lec- turer, clinician, consultant and is in- volved with the lecture series "Jazz Against Drugs." Sunday, February 18, Mr Dimartino, Mr Allen, the Greenbrier East Jazz Ensemble and the James Madison University Jazz Ensemble will perform at Carnegie Hall at 2 p.m. Friday's and Saturday's events are open to the public without charge. There will be a fee for Sunday's concert of $4 for adults, $2 for children. Call Jeff Bryant (647-6464) or Carnegie Hall (645-7917) for addi- tional information. Whatever your tax situation is, or whatever forms you have to file, we can help. You won't find more experienced preparers or higher quality service anywhere else. II II THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 102 Goheen Street P.O. 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Newly elected officers for 1990 are presi- dent Randolph Baker, vice-president William Rose, secretary Carmen Humphreys, assistant secretary Rex Carter, public relations director Pat Spitz, treasurer E. B. (Elbert Burton) Hedges, chief Freddie Hedges, first assistant chief Darrell West, second assistant chief Gary Carter, first cap- tain Rex Carter, and second captain Bill Burns. "The highlight of the year was the Tom Morgan (left) John Miller, and Freddie Hedges celebration of our one-hundredth anniversary," Chief Freddie Hodges said in his annual report. "We are one of the oldest volunteer fire de- partments in the state. Much of our celebration was observed in con- junction with the Ronceverte River Festival. There was a lot of work which went into this event, and we feel it was a great success." Mr Hodges gave a number of sta- tistics in his annual report. Calls an- swered in 1989 totaled cluded seven automobile1 teen non-fire automobile six brush fires, two mock false alarm, twelve calls, and five mutual oth,er fire departments. Total estimated fire year was $282,575, $141,885 was in the city. 1,210 man-hours was calls. In West Ann H. Potterfield (seated, left) Robert Conte, Diane Browning, Bettie Woodward. Standing (left) Vivian Conley, Peter Bartos, Sue Sailor, Wallace Westfeldt, John Manchester, Bill Fox and John Mcllhenny. Not pictured: Tom Zimmerman and Martha Sams. Carnegie Board Gets Training The Board of Directors of Carne- gie Hall, Inc. met recently for a Board Training session directed by Ms Kate Fitzgerald, economic devel- opment officer for Women and Em- ployment, Inc. of Charleston. The session was arranged through the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation, a private philanthropic organization that provides funding and organizational support for non- profit corporations in West Virginia and southwestern Pennsylvania. This session was the first in a se- ries aimed towards "revitalizing the development of Carnegie Hall," ac- cording to Vivian Conley, the Hall's executive director. Plans are under- way. for a major membership and fund raising drive which will begin this spring, Ms Conley said. What? You're Not A Bus Drived Suzie's team is on its way to the state championship finals, if only they could get a ride. ' Unfortunately, the whole team will not fit in your car, and you don't have a spare bus stored in your garage Come on down to U-Save Auto Rental and select one of our dependable and economical vehicles. We can't guarantee the team will win the title, but we'll bet we can get them to the game The Federal Bureau of] tion (FBI) has completed a West Virginia and expect.' mine within the next whether or not the state suitable location for the Identification Division, U.S. Senator Robert C. "This was a prelimine ation. 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