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February 27, 1990

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Grizzel ert r Hitzig Windon !lanni Martin f Gill Wojcik Henson Workman Malus Carr Henson Reed Malus Akers Nicole Carr Rodgers Jr mty ~cofield Martin Goins Perkins Boyles II Shaw Malcomb, Jr Crookshanl Brad Crance Doug Wojcik Travis Workman Heath Whitt Lea Bryson Beth Talton Jonathan Alderman Brooklyn Brown Levi Burns Erin Childers Sonya Goddard Thomas Gene Legg Traci McClintic Johnna Manchester Heather Shuck Sherry Wojcik Chad Warren Mitch McCoy Kristen Garman Samantha Withrow Cassie Taylor Laura Hefner Russ Higginbotham Jonathan Workman Billy Herndon Hope Hambrick Teresa Fogus Mary Ann Dean Michael Bell Wayne Hale Jason Scott Anthony Banton Matthew Butler Michelle Cochran Harmony Flora Chris Frazer Bretta Jackson Bucky Manahan Jay Taylor Brandy Thompson Malcolm Wise Heather Workman Adam Bittinger Shelby Brammer Aaron Bryson Michael Butler Mahdi Childers Brett McClintic Derrick Poage Lora Reynolds Brandy Schoolcraft Nathanael Williamson Stephanie Withrow Corey AIIder Robin Dahmer Chris Eagle Joseph McCoy Jason Persinger Gary Workman Katrina Scott Chris Baker Michael Snedegar Crystal Shortridge Travis Hedrick J. 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Anderson Jason Reynolds Stevie Lewis Alexis Clendenen Derek Allen Kenny Blake Kassie Boone Bill Harrison Tim Lane Brian Martin Kevin Mullins Brandy Shannon First Semester Honor Roll Grade 8 Troy Matthew Hunter Sean Thomas Keesee Tara Marie Tuckwiller Inda Lea Hill Wesley Clark Riddle Candice Colleen Clay Billie Jo Gray Darren James Cohenour Grade 9 Jason Gary Gwinn Jerald Stuart Reed Jared Wayne Robertson Tara Dawn Burns Brad Leon Gilkeson Teresa Gayle Talbott Robert Arnold Holliday Second Nine Weeks Grade 8 Troy Matthew Hunter Sean Thomas Keesee Tara Marie Tuckwiller Linda Lea Hill Candice Colleen Clay Darren James Cohenour Wesley Clark Riddle Billie Jo Gray Julia Ann Bowles Grade 9 Jason Gary Gwinn Jared Wayne Robertson Jerald Stuart Reed Robert Arnold Holliday Brad Leon Gilkeson Teresa Gayle Talbott Tara Dawn Burns Shawn Dee Hanna Chad Edward Hinz Sybil Paige Hutsenpiller Chad Everett Rodes Melissa Dawn Grimmett Tonya Carol McGhee Whitney Ann Posten Bobby Jo Carr Deanna Ruth Strader Grade 6 Amanda Louann Martin Jennifer Dawn Brown Roberta Faye Helmick Gregory Wayne Tharp Jerry Wayne Morris Jimmy Leon King II Kelly Ella Wills Aleasa Sue Parker Soloist: Back row (L-R), Tracy Brown, Tasha Judy, Doug Brown, Cara Heaster, Amber sizemore. Front Colleen Baldwin (left) and Amy Judy. Williamsburg Junior High partici- superior rating at the festival and pated in the Region IV Solo and En- were asked to submit a tape to be semble Festival held at West Vir- considered for the honors recital. ginia Tech in Montgomery. These The group sang, "Make a Joyful festivals are held throughout the Noise." state to encourage the study and Other ensembles and soloist re- performance of solo and chamber ceiving superior ratings were: The music by junior high and high school Eighth Grade Choral Ensemble musicians. The festivals are spon- singing "Agnus Dei." Amy Judy and sored by West Virginia Music Edu- Colleen Baldwin singing a two part cators Association in conjunction arrangement of Haydn's, "Verdant with Music Educators national Con- Meadows;" Cara Heaster, flute, ference. If an ensemble or soloist playing Telemann's "Allegro;" and performance is of exceptional quality Amber Sizemore, tenor saxophone, they are requested to submit a tape playing "Bach's "Sinfonia," to be considered for the State Hon- Students receiving a rating of ex- ors Recital at the Music Convention cellent were: Tasha Judy and Tracy to be held in Morgantown. Brown playing a clarinet duet by W. The Ninth Grade Choral En- A. Mozartl; Doug Brown, alto saxo- semble of Williamsburg received a phone, playing "Allegro Scherzo." Ninth Grade Choral Ensemble. First row (L-R) Benjie Lewis, Tasha Judy, Heather Crowe; Second row (L-R) Cara Heaster, Warren Hay- nes, Jenny Sizemore; Third row (L-R) Mark Thomas, Jason Hedrick, Amber Sizemore. IEighthGrade Choral Ensemble. First row (L-R) Alicia Quinn, James I I Lewis, Greg Oscar, Tina Hartsook, Ruth Grizzel; Second row (L-R) I Tracy Brown, Katrina Hamrick, Carl Baldwin, Amy Judy, Colleen Baldwin; Third ros (L-R) David Thomas, Bob McCoy, Pat Workman, Doug Brown, Mike Vincent. ,,,= ,,,uu,~t*,,== Messenger, =uesclay, February-- 27, 1990 7B : Ronceverte Library Friends Meet The Friends of the Ronceverte selection. Public Library (FRPL's) met Febru- Virginia Blake, Valerie O'Briec~, ary 19 at the Library for their regular Colleen Walton, and Sue Ella Miano monthly meeting, attended the Library Legislature Din- Barbara Smith (said the library) ner at the Charleston Civic Center has the New York Book Review Pa- per available to readers. Betty Ralston reported on the nominating committee's slate of offi- cers, which will be voted on in March. Plans were made for the public open house reception for author David Martin, Saturday, March 31, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the library. The Friends at that time will offer for sale his book "The Beginning Of Sorrows," which he will be auto- graphing. All proceeds from this book sale will be donated to the Friends. Mr Martin's new book to be published in June, "Lie To Me," will be a Book-of-the-Month alternate and also the Budget Hearings t~t the House Finance Committees. The Friends are recruiting new members. Next month's meeting will be at the library March 19 at 7:30 p.m. If you are interested in support. ing your library, plan to attend this meeting. Karen Pierce, Libby Wiseman, Vi Hedrick, Betty Ralston, Sharon Baker, Sue Ella Miano, Colleen Wal- ton, Valerie O'Brien, Kelly Ford, Anr~ Orr, Linda Landfried, Sheri Han- shaw, Iva Dean Sessions, Barbara Smith, Sally Parker, and Juanita Ramsey attended the February meeting. Adult Course in Building at East Principles of building technology will be taught at Greenbder East High School on Tuesday and Thurs- day evenings from 6 to 10 p.m. Any adult interested in training for employment or for personal growth Art Classes at East Art courses will be taught at Greenbrier East High Schooi begin- ning Tuesday, March 7 at 6 p.m, in the art facility located in building D. The class is open to adults and area high school students from grades nine to twelve. The class will be offered in two sessions. Session one will consist of instruction in basic drawing. The class will meet for 36 hours, and the cost of the class is $55 payable with cash or money order. Session two will include instruc- tion in acrylic painting. Registration for session two can be done at any time beginning March 7. The cost of session two is $55 for 36 hours of instruction. Enrollment is limited to the first 15 paid registrants. Any class with- out sufficient enrollment will be cancelled. should register. The course is de signed to assist each individual en- rolled. Individual projects are em couraged. Registration will be held Tues- day, March 6 at 6 p.m. at Greenbrier East High School. The course is 75 hours in length, and the cost is $45 payable with cash or money order. Those students completing the course successfully wilt be issued an Adult Vocational Certificate of Completion. This course is open to adults only. Rock-'n-Roll Party Greenbrier East Music Boosters wilt sponsor a 50-60s Rock-and-Roll Dance at Brier Inn March 3, from 8 p.m. until midnight. Food will be free with a cash bar. Prizes for the best costumes will be awarded. 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