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Ronceverte Lions Hold Meeting Carla Bundy and Glee Nutter O RUpert Elementary School cessfully. Each station represents have received West Vir- ten years of the 100 yard dash. The Fund Mini-Grants. Chapter 1 team to finish first in the and Glee Nutter, Chap- at Rupert Elementary from almost 800 ap- ; statewide. The winning proj- "Track Meet Event -- Dash" Plan involved reading and between the ers and the Math Each team will to complete ten stations and math activities sic- least time is the winning team. All stations will have activities including puzzles, computer games, videos, recordings, cassette directional ma- terials, measurement, construction, time-solving problems, and money making questions. To culminate the $389.24 project, an actual 100 Yard Dash is planned and an awards as- sembly is scheduled to acclaim the Reading and Math Students' Achievements. The Ronceverte Lions Club met at the American Legion Hall Febru- ary 1 for its regular bi-monthly din- ner meeting. Vice President Michael Gabbert presided in place of Presi- dent Charles Carney who was ill. Pat Withrow, Greenbrier School Nurse, spoke to the club concerning the screening of elementary school children for vision impairment. She said she often finds three or more students in each room with impaired vision. The Ronceverte Lions will assist the screening of grades two through six in the Ronceverte Ele- mentary School. Ms Withrow said she will be able to detect visual im- pairment often unsuspected. Ms Withrow hopes to complete the screening before the end of the school year. The Lions sponsored Junior League Basketball Program is in its fourth week with about 75 boys, ages 9 through 12, participating. Donald Honaker has been in charge of this program for 25 years. Mr Ho- naker says this is the largest group ever. The Lions have bought 20 new uniforms for the players. Xi Gamma Sorority News members of the Renick attended a workshop Chocolate Desserts." was held at the Church in Lewis- different recipes were by members of to Roger B. Evans, manager in Coving- general enrollment period medical insurance part of now through the During this period, Passed up the chance or who had it and can again enroll. for people who sign up enrollment period ext July 1. The Federal it pays about three- premium costs from revenues. Individu- ~.1 insurance helps pay for Services no matter where received in the U. S., in- ical services, diagnostic that are part of the and which cannot be self- Homemakers clubs, and also by Andrea Gainer. After the workshop all the desserts and drinks were dis- played for tasting. One hundred and two members and guests had a cov- ered dish meal. Linda Bare, president of the Ren- ick Homemakers, attended the county council meeting following lunch. Martha Workman also attended a workshop on Public Relations which was conducted by Grace Ann Tuck- wilier with special guest speaker Claude Jones. Others attending the workshop were Erie Ann Crane and'Ada Crane. Xi Gamma Epsilon met February 6 at the home of Janet Turner. The program was presented by Bobble Hinkle on The History of Valentine's Day. The next meeting of the soror- ity will be held February 20 at Shon- eye in Lewisburg for a dinner-meet- ing. A The sorority will take a Valen- tine basket to a "special family." The organization's annual Project Gradu- ation is now being planned. Those attending the February-.6 meeting included Vivian Clower, Bobble Hinkle, Peggy Shaver, Ernestine Atkinson, Linda Powell, Marilyn Hylton, Brenda Gherman, Shirley Turner, Andrea Phillips, Lilly Richmond, Nancy Spradlin, Janet Turner and Karen Eggleston. FOR YOUR TAX WHEN YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY FAST! USE H&R BLOCKS RAPID REFUND PROGRAM It's a loan agmLnst your federal income tax refund. Available whether H&R Block prepares your tax rebut1 or noL ,,, IT'S FAST! H+R BLOCK" Medical insurance Per cent of the approved for covered serv- ;uPPlies after the patient $75 annual deductible. about Medicare may be obtained Social Security of- at 214 West Main Virginia residents may office by dialing "00" SE 1135 or toll-free. Any- Problem may call col- IS NEWS US ) JNTAIN WITH JR NEWS 724 Street Sburg, 24901 Managing Agent & INFORMATION LEWIsBURG For more detaJJs or to see Lf you qua]fly cam HSd~ Block now. 102 Goheen Street, Faidee, WV 24902P.O. Box 240, Main StReet, Union, WV 24983 645-6199 772-3237 Mon.-Fri. 9-9, Sat, 9-5 Mon.-FrL 9-5, Sat. 9-12 THESE LOCATIONS UNOER NEW OWNERSHIP 1007 Main Street, Rainelle, WV 25962 212 Temple Street, Hinton, WV 25951 438-6182 (New Location) 466-1511 Mon.-FrL 9-6, Sat. 9-5 Mort -Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-5 90 Willow Street, White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 536-3159 Mon.-Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-5 It's a good time to check your heart out with a FREE EKG Every Thursday in February at Humana Hospital- Greenbrier Valley Emergency Department Fairlea/Ronceverte 5:30-7:30pm - Greenbrier Physicians, lnc - Fairlea/Ronceverte .9-11am Haven Wall, M.D. Lewisbur