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2C Mar. 13. 2010 Mountain Messenger - The Weekend PaPer for the Greenbrier Valley GVT&apos;s AI Jeter Jazz Ser.ies begins with Manhattan Jazz Quartet and vocalmt Gus Miller The A1 Jeter Jazz Series begins at Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT) with the Manhattan Jazz Quartet (MJQ) and special guest vocal- ist Gus Miller on Sunday, Mar. 21. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. Admis- sion is $10 at the door. The Manhattan Jazz Quartet in- cludes Gary Klein (saxophone), Tony Hayworth (pia- no), .Bob Peckman (drums), and Peter Matthews (bass). The group plays a wide-variety of pop- ular jazz favorites. Joining MJQ for the Mar. 21 show is vocalist Gus Miller. According to drum- mer Peckman, "Gus Miller is the Johnny Hartman of Virgin- ia. Some disagree because he phras- es beautifully like Franky. But nobody Gus Miller loved Sinatra, at : least not anybody who knew him. Like Johnny Hartman, Gus Miller is somebody ev- eryone loves, especially the another similarity. All the folks who have heard Gus Sing know who he is and come out when he performs. To make matters worse, like Rene Marie, Gus has started, late in seriously following a professional sing- ing career. But pay attention to him. Gus Miller is a mu- sician's singer who also captivates an audience." Call the GVT Box Office at 304-645- 3838, 1 to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday, for more information. Greenbrier Valley Theatre is handi- cap accessible and smoke-free. A cash bar is available. Visit for all GVT events. GVT is located at 113 E. Washington Street, Lewisburg, and is The State Pro- fessional Theatre of West Virginia. www.mountainmessenger, Gom WV writing contest still accepting entries, as Mar. 31 deadline approaches West Virginia Writers, Inc., Writers Prose and Emerging entrants are provided witl is continuing to accept sub- Writers Poetry. This year also variety of writing "prompts" fin missions for its annual spring marks the return of the Inspi- several categories. WV Writers writing contest, offering a to- ration category, is also proud to announce, that tal of $6,000 in cash prizes in There is a $10 fee for each for the first time in the history 12 categories. Entries received entry into the contest, with the of the competition, there is o before Mar. 15 will not be as- exception of a $12 entry fee for entry fee for the New Mountain sessed a late fee. Any entry the Book Length Prose cat, Voices contest. Students can received between Mar. 16 and egory. A single piece of writing enter as many categories ias the contest's final deadline of may be entered into as many they choose, for free. Mar. 31 must be accompa- categories as the author thinks However, for both the aIt need by a $2 late fee, per en- the piece might fit. However, ff and student competitions, any try. Contest rules, categories, one piece is submitted in three entry received after Mar. 15, entry forms, and submission categories, that entails $30 in must be accompanied by a late requirements can be found at ent fees. After Mar. 15, all fee. The final contest deadline, entries must be accompanied is Mar. 31. The writing contest, which by a $2 late fee. Winners of the annual cQn- has been held each year In addition to the adult con- test will be announced June since 1982, makes three cash test, WV Writers also holds a 12, at the WVW Annual State awards in each category of the youth competition for prose Writers Conference, held" at competition: a first prize of and poetry open to young Cedar Lakes Conference Cen- $250, a second prize of $125 writers in three different age ter in Ripley. ii and a third prize of $75. groups, grades 1-5, grades 6=8 For more information, con- The contest is open to all and grades 9-12. Cash prizes tact WVW Contest Adminis- residents of West Virginia, as will be awarded for each of the trator, Steve Goff at sgoff53@ well as to any member of WV three age groups. First prize For an official Writers, Inc. residing outside is $100, second prize $50 and contest entry form and con- of the state. Among the trade- third prize $25. test rules, visit the WV Writ- tional contest categories are: WV Writers is very excited ors website at http://www. Children's Picture Books and about the re-launch of the stu-; Full Length Books, Humor, dent category this year as the West Virginia Writers, Inc., is Appalachian Writing, Book New Mountain Voices 2010 the largest nonprofit writers're- Length Prose (either fiction or Student Writing Competition. source and service organization nonfiction), Short Poetry, Long Also new this year to the stu- serving literary interests in West Poetry, Short Story, Emerging dent competition, Potential Virginia. WV Writers celebrated its 30th anniversary in Febru- SUDOKU INSTRUCTIONS ary of 2007. Fill the grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. Each digit may appear only once in each row, each a u L  O I n o I O a I column, and each 3x3 box. N V =IS a = a I, HI "musicians. And we love Gus iiBiv a IN i[ and Johnny for the same 3 1 2 s" With Gus it is all about the d o  i 1 i 3 H I ' l a  I music. Many (most) singers 4 i i are about me, me, I, I. Gus o  , II is just one of the musicians. 5 6 7 o it a il He, like Hartman, is not a a N INI N ,I o s scat singer. Gus uses the s o 11 z ,  v words to tell a story. Always R R staying with the form seems to come naturally. The other comparison to Hartman is  } his rich, full voice. And he  L Z g 6 8  i 9 has a very large range. That 2 1 7 makes finding keys easy. Help him celebrate with laughter and mirth, 1}  9 t L g L likeahornplayer. 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