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Local Student Visits Ths Mounta,n Messenger, Sunday, March 20, 1,,S 7A Katrina White, daughter of Frank and Sharon White of Roanoke, has been named to the first semester dean's list of honor students at Hollins Col- lege in Roanoke, Virginia. To attain this distinction, students must earn at least a 3.4 average on a 4.0 grading scale. White, a graduate of Greenbrier East High School, is a senior majoring in biology and studio art. Founded in 1842. as Virginia's first chartered women's~college, Hollins is re- garded as a leader in liberal arts education, with nationally ac- claimed programs in creative writing and psychology. The college emphasizes a broad lib- eral arts curriculum that edu- cates young women through strong academic programs, teaching excellence, and oppor- tunities for students to experi- ence, firsthand, the diversity of other cultures. Hollins ranked first in the 1994 edition of The Princeton Review Student Access Guide for best quality of life, best professors, best admini- stration, and happiest students. It is also among top liberal arts colleges by the Carnegie Foun- dation and is included in Barron's Best Buys in College Education. The Lewisburg 4th Grade Choir U.S. Representative Nick Rahall recently met with Sarah Lewis of Lievasy. Lewis was in Rahall's Washington, DC office participating in the Presidential Classroom program. Chapter O, PEO, has funds available, not to exceed $500 for continuing education for women. The purpose of the Chapter O Memorial Eduction Fund is to give women an edu- cational opportunity by provid- ing financial and emotional sup- port they might not otherwise receive. This fund will allow the consideration of any woman, re- gardless of age, ability, type of education now held or type of education desired. If you are planning to con- tinue your education and are interested in obtaining funds available through the Chapter O Memorial Education Fund, send your name, address, phone number, age, previous educa- tion, work experiences, three references and a one page de- scription of how you plan to continue your eduction, the goals you have set for yourself, and your reasons for requesting financial aid and the amount needed to: Julie B. Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 342, Lewisburg, W'V 24901. Finalists may be asked to meet with the Chapter O Memo- rial Fund Committee for a brief personal interview. This appli- cation must be received by April 24. Funds will be awarded in June. - - " A,e 1) H SWIMMING POOLS H ,,,ou are interested ,nacha,,enging, rewarding career in hea,thcare manage- tl 24' Round ment A,, ghan, Regional Ho ita, the oppo,u , ,or you Locate in the scenic mountains of Virginia, ARH has an immediate full-time opening for II I $1,295' H Director of Specialty Care, The desired candidate will possess a BSN.: at:/J l] ~~~'~ I16x32 Oval H least 3 years ,CU / ER experience as well as2 plus years ,na management/i supervisory position; ACLS and certification in one area of specialty. Our 14 J] o*. I $ ,995- bed lCU / CCU and six room Emergency Department have a full professional I] I~ ,- ,, -. v- rm= ~u yczr ....... r ~ll ~IzII Ill ~l, Ol~i( l~ staff as well as 24 - hour medical coverage. To be considered for this position, H ~oR.-Fr_l.p:30-5 ~ pleasesubmitresumetoDepartmentofHumanResouces, AlleghanyRegional II Hospital. P.O. Box 7. Low Moor. Virginia 24457 or call 703-862-6225 ] [ 2973 Piedmont R d, .Huntington 304)429-4788 Sat. 9:30-2 . An Equal Opportunity Employer I J March 29 II a.m. 11:30 12-1:30 March 30 11 a.m. 11:30 12 noon 12:30 I p.m. Williamsburg Elementary School--6th Grade Band Michael Pierson, Instructor Andrea Phillips, Principal Lewisburg Elementary School--4th Grade Choir Dell L. Wood, Instructor Dr. William C. Fox, Principal Eastern Greenbrler Jr. High School Susan Adkins, Linda Epperly and Charles Fauber, Instructors G.A. McClung, Principal Ensembles TBA** White Sulphur Elementary School-- 5th and 6th Grade Choir Nancy Wood, Instructor Patricia Brackenrich, Principal Ronceverte Elementary School--School Choir William Weed, Instructor David Smith, Principal Frankford Elementary School--6th Grade Band Michael Pierson, Instructor Bedford McClintic, Principal Lewisburg Elementary School--- 5th and 6th Grade Choir Philip Fife, Inst!:uctor Dr. William C. Fox, Principal Lewlsburg Elementary School-- Lea Dynamics Choir Philip Fife, Instructor Dr. William C. Fox, Principal Vaccine Available MMR boosters for 6th grade students only are available at the Health Department in Fairlea on Mondays, 9 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 4 p.m. These MMR boosters, recom- mended by CDC, will be avail- able only through May and only for 6th graders. Local physi- cians and primary care centers currently receiving vaccines through the Health Department may request a supply of MMR boosters for the 6th graders by contacting the Health Depart- For 6th Graders ment so they may vaccinate some patients in their offices. Fees will be based on sliding scale according to income and household size for the Health Department and primary care centers. Private physicians may charge their usual administra- tion fee or office visit. In either case there will be no charge for the vaccine itself. 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