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8A The Mountain Messenger T"O~d"y~ .... March 13, 1990 e Robert Neff, owner of Eagle Building Supply in Alderson, has do- nated picnic tables and benches for the Alderson Elementary cam- pus. iThe students have enjoyed their use during this mild winter. Pic- Itured are (left to right) Jennifer Grafton, Maxanna Bennett, Christina Holcomb, Jennifer Sams and Traci Croy, Nichole Hall and Misty Bur- deRe. The students look forward to many picnics this spring, thanks to IEagle Bulldlng Supply's gift. e I : Beginning March 19, Greenbrier County Schools wilt conduct scoli- osis screening to find children with .suspected curvature of the spine. .The procedure for screening is a simple one in which the nurse or teacher looks at the child's back in the standing and forward bending position. This one minute examina- tion can detect the beginning of a Curve that could progress into pain- ful spinal deformity. All children in grades 5 through 8 will be screened, and will be entitled to further evaluation, if needed free of chaf,je. Se~,en tr~ ten children in every one hundred may have spinal curves, and one to three will require treatment. If this condition is de- tected and appropriately treated, progressive spinal deformities may be prevented If yc. object to t~e screeaing and follow-up evaluation or have ques- tions please call your child's princi- pal or Pat Withrow, R.N. at the Board of Education office, 647-6470 or 438-8501. In Your 9 THE Rosa Lee Rosa Lee Keeling has received a master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Salem-Teikyo Uni- versity. She graduated with a 4.0 grade average. She did her re- search on "Left-Right Brain Hem- isphericity" and how it affects learn- ing styles of students. Mrs Keeling has been a teacher in Monroe County for twelve years. She is now employed as a second grade teacher at Union Elementary School. She is a member of the West Virginia Education Association and the County Education Associa- tion. She is also a member of the Monroe County Reading Council and school's P.T.A. Nationally, she is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Devel- opment. Mrs Lee was selected to attend the 1987 Teacher's Academy. She was listed in 1989-1990 "Who's Who In American Education. Mrs Keeling is an active member of Pickaway Methodist Church. She serves as a choir member, sings soprano solos, is a member of United Methodist Women, and was a former Youth Bible Teacher. She has her lay speake;s certificate. Married tO Boots .(eeling a se- curity guard at Humana Hospital, they are the parents of ten children: David Boyce of New Jersey, who is in the Coast Guard; Christopher Boyce, a junior at Concord College; Kendra Boyce of Charleston: Renee l Registration fees for the Green- brier East 1980 Class Reunion have "been extended to March 15, accord- Carter, a junior at Union High School; Sarah Cox of Union, a nurse's aide at Springfield; Linda Keeling of Arizona: Larry, Allen, Rodger and Danny Keeling who all live in Florida. She also has nine grandchildren. Mrs Keeling enjoys Bible Study, cooking and collecting cast-iron pen- cil sharpeners. She is the daughter of the late Virgil Kidd and Blanch Kidd of Sinks Grove. Rosa Lee Keeling She wishes to thank her family, friends, and co-workers who encour- aged and supported her to obtain this goal in her life. She is very grateful to the 1988-89 second grade students and their parents who helped her complete her re- search project. ing to the reunion committee. The reunion is slated for July 27, 28 and 29. The first night is a "Get Re-acquainted Night at Camp Wood complex, Alvon, 8 p.m., the fee is $1 per person. The second night is a semi-formal dinner and dance at The Brier Inn, Lewisburg, at 6 p.m., $15 per person. The final activity is a Family Picnic at the high school at noon, $4 per person. Total registra- tion fees, payable no later than March 15, $20. Send your check to 1980 Reun- ion Committee, P. O. Box 1253, Le- wisburg 24901. B. J. Hefner Christy Kirk Amy Markum Andy Morgan Michael Brunty By Jonathan Wright Six Greenbrier Junior High School students and their parents were guests of honor at a dinner March 1 given by the Ronceverte Lions Club at the Lions building. Forty persons attended the dinner, recognizing students who made all A's during the first semester this school year. According to club president Char- les Carney, the dinner will be an an- nual event. "We do a tot of fund-rais- ing in the community for efforts like this," he said. "We've contributed to many of the programs of Greenbrier Junior High School, and we voted to honor these students who have done so well academically." Among service project the Ron- :everte Lions have performed at the school are the purchase of band Aaron u; Jforms, sponsorship of the annual Athletic the collection of tickets school sports events. Guest speaker for was Superintendent Steve Baldwin, who sire and el{or['' as reach,.,g goa~s. "Studying siderable effort, and but the rewards are said. Each student cate and trophy. They (B. J.) Hefner, son of Hefner; Christy Kirk, Stephen and Becky gan, son of Warren gan; Amy Markum, nee and Patricia Toothman, son of Robert~ Toothman; and of Paul and Rita Br~.,~ty. Renick Junior High Reunion Scheduled Renick Junior High School will hold its first reunion May 11 at 7 p.m. at t.he school. All ninth grade graduating classes of Renick Junior High School from 1961 to 1986 are invited to attend. There will be a $6 per person, $10 per couple, charge to cover en- tertainment and charge is necessary night that will be en cording to reunion Contact Debbie Box 43, Renick 24966 Johnston, P. O. Box 46, 24957 for application tional information. PROGRAM ENDS MARCH 31, 1990. Enroll Now SENECA TRAIL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY High Academic Standards Strong Phonics Program Concerned, Dedicated Qualified Teachers Low Tuition Excellent Facilities 15 Acre Campus 647-4878 Elementary High School Kindergarten WE CARE FOR CHILDREN r Grades At Renick Junior High School announces that five perfect grade point average during the first semester. to Right) Julie Hanna, Laura Bell, Amy Yates, Louise Lois Perkins. Julie, an eighth grader, is the daughter of Dennis Hanna of Frankford. Laura, an eighth grader, of Mr and Mrs Toby Bell of Frankford. Amy, also an the daughter of Mrs Patricia Lewis of Renick. Louise, grader, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Hickey of Rel ninth grader, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Frankford. The administration and staff congratulated dents on their success. Visiting Relatives Driving You Up A Wal You know the story. Your Aunt Clara came to visit for a few days, but you're beginning to think she's a permanent fixture in your house. 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