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Greenbrier County will provide vision, hearing, and speech-lan- guage screenings during registration tot kindergarten and Head Start stu- dents entering school this fall. The speech-language screening will sample how well the children pronounce words, express them- selves, and understand what is said to them. Hearing screening will con- sist of pure tone measurements and a test of middle ear function. Any child found to have a problem with his ears wilt be rescreened within 21 ~ days, Tile vision screening is designed to find those children who are in need of care and refer them for fur- ther analysis. It will consist of testing ;~ distance visual acuity, eye conver- ", gence, and color perception. Parents who have questions or who might object to having their child screened for hearing and ' speech-language should call Linda Nelson at 647-6483 or 438-8501. Parents with questions about the vi- sion screening should call Pat Withrow, R.N. at 647-6470 or 438- 8501. :i April 6Alderson 9 a.m. to , noon; 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. April 20 Crichton 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Williamsburg 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. April 25 Smoot noon to 3:00 p.m April 27 Rupert 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. May 4 Lewisburg 9 a.m. to 2:30 p,m. May 9 Rainelle 9 a.m. to noon; 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. May 11 Frankford 9 a.m. to 2:30 p,m. May 15 Ronceverte 9 a.m. to noon; 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m, May 18 White Sulphur 9 a,m. to noon; 1 p.m. to 2:30 p,m. III] II _ IIIII I IIIII I II I IIIII WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TOUS (AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 122 NORTH COURT St. LEWISBURG, 24901 647-5724 Bud Prather, DoO. George Boxwell, D.C. Doctors Prather & Boxwell Attend Arizona Bud Prather, D.C., and George Boxwell, D.C., faculty members of the West Virginia School of Osteo- pathic Medicine, recently attended part two of the Team Physician Course in Scotsdale, Arizona. The three part course, sponsored by the American College of Sports Medicine, was designed to give team physicians a general body of knowledge about working with ath- letes. The focus of the February conference was Injuries of the Shoulder. Dr Prather has worked a~ team physician for Lewisburg Junior High School football and assisted with Greenbrier East High School bas- ketball. Dr Boxwell has worked with Greenbrier Junior High School foot- ball. Voters' Less than a month remains for West Virginia citizens to join the ranks of registered voters who will be eligible to cast ballots in the May 8 primary election. Every registration -- whether in person or by mail -- must be received by the county clerk no later than Monday, April 9, according to Secretary of State Ken Hechler. 1 hope every West Virginian who is already registered will help at least one friend or neighbor get reg- istered," Mr Hechler said. "Let's prove to the world how much West Virginians value the right to vote." Seventeen-year-olds who will turn eighteen before the general election on November 6, 1990, may cast their first ballot in the primary. "This provision means most high sehoo! seniors can go to the polls this spring and put their civics les- sons to work," Mr He~hler said. County clerks are required to visit every high school to register eligible students before the April 9 deadline. Voters must show identification and proof of age when they register. A driver's license, birth certificate or military ID are acceptable. Older vot- ers who clearly meet the minimum age requirement may show a social security card and some signature ID such as a credit card to meet the requirements. When a postcard reg- istration is used, this identification must be presented at the polls. "To guarantee your registration is complete and acceptable, we urge you to visit the county clerk's office or register at one of the special reg- istration sites," Mr Hechler said. "Postcard registration is a real con- venience, but it is safer to go in per- son. Then you will be sure you are on the books in the right precinct." .. Several other provisions of regis- tration are designed to protect the integrity of the voting process, for example: voters who register by postcard must sign the oath in the presence of a notary public; postcard registrants must vote in person the first time either at the polls, or at the circuit clerk's office if they are going to be out of town on election day; naturalized citizens must pres- ent proof of citizenship to the county clerk when they register; If you are already registered, you must correct your registration by April 9 if your legal name has changed, you wish to change party 'affiliation, or you have moved from your previous precinct. 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See One Of Our Professionals Salespeople About Other Chevrolet or Geo Vehicles In Inventory Fourth Six Weeks Honor Roll Grade 5 Danny Boxwell Nick Carson John Harbert Sam Heron Kathy Koon Michelle McDaniel Patrick Murphy Katrina Richards Robby Ridgeway Erica Sabol David Weikle Tiffany Cain Kelly Cook Matthew Hedrick Wendy Igo Jamie Parkes Christy Wonyetye Amy Conly Kristy Fort Teri Hinkle Jenny McClung Amanda McKinney Sherry Robards Robert Wykle Michael Osborne Jason Gesner Michael Boone Christy Barnette Amanda Nida Lindsay Martin Daniel Christian Michelle Burdeaux Sparrow Domboski J. D. Halstead Michael Napier Ben Asbury Tina Boggs Talisha Brady Kevin Pauley Stephanie Rhodes Joey Thomas Simon Gascoyne Jeff Bostic Melanie Hinkle Kimeran Withrow Robin Westerik Nelson McClung Tiff Hilton Adam Dodway Melissa Boone Julie Holbrook Tim Reese Andrea Kowal Matthew Musselman Lisa Fort Hoover Hughes Amanda Irons John Eilers Anthony Redden Amelia Boggs Brian Hall Grade 6 Thomas Bohrnstedt Crystal Dale Ashley Greenstreet Fen Ikner Paul Johnson Christi McMillion Jennifer Painter Lisa Redden Brian Smith Derrick Smith Carrie Warren John Wilcox Kelly Henderson Jennie Johnson Ray Brewer Jessica Lane Michele Brown Shawn Huffman Derek Corgin Jennifer Jones Kevin Lowe Jason Merritt Kristen Woods Jonathan Collins David Jarvis Larry Baxter David Kincaid Isaac Gaines Heather Sanford Jenny Honaker Chris McOlung Kevin Morgan Annie Mossburg Nathan Musselman Tonya Ritter Tana Schafer David Smith Daniel Hudgins Nathan Turner David Morgan Tamia Barnes Kathy Boone Matt Bordas Josh Duncan Julie Garner Andrea Napier Chris Robards Jennifer Runyon Mark VanBuren Elizabeth Wilson Stacey Copland Karen Fort Mary Kathryn Lewis Lara Nunley Mark Wise Kathy Goins Samantha Simmons April & Greenbrier County Schools will hold registration for low income three and four year olds for Head Start for the 1990-91 school year during April and May. To enter Head Start a child must be three before September 1. The children's vision, certificate to register. The Head Start registration will be conducted the same day as the kindergarten registration. The schedule is April 6 -- Alderson, April 25 --- Crichton and Williamsburg, April.25 -- Smoot, April 27 -- Rupert, May 4 --- Lewisburg, May 9 -- Rainelle, speech and hearing will be tested May 11 --- Fran~ord, May 15 -- on the day of registration. Parents must take the child's immunization Ronceverte, May 18 -- White record, proof of income and birth Sulphur Springs.. Fourth Six Weeks tendance Grade 5 Teri Hinkle Amy Conly David Weikle Robby Ridgeway John Harbert Danny Boxwell Jamie Parkes Wendy lgo Christy Barnette Dervin Huffman Amanda Nida Michelle Sykes Robert Wykle J. D. Halstead Kevin Pauley Tina Boggs David Lowe Talisha Brady Kim Hall Daniel Huffman Jennifer Huffman Grant Jones Michael Napier Monica Penn Michael Quick Joey Thomas Mychat Johnson Lisa Fort Jeff Bostic Nelson McOlung Amanda Irons Adam Dodway Melissa Boone Julie Holbrook Andrea Kowal Andr6 Seams Grade 6 Derrick Smith Brian Smith Lisa Redden Jennifer Lemons Paul Johnson Shawn Brackenridge Thomas Bohrnstedt Christi McMillion Tangle Windon Larry Baxter Raymond Brewer Michele Brown Jonathan Collins Benji Defibaugh Eric Eggleston Isaac Gaines Shawn Huffman Travis Jackson David Kincaid Jessica Lane Jeff Vance David Jarvis Tamia Barnes Kathy Boone Josh Duncan Karen Fort Julie Garner Mary Kathryn Lewis Chris McClung David Morgan Kevin Morgan Tanya Ritter David Smith Elizabeth Wilson Mark Wise Shannon Bender Jay Cochran Derek Corbin Jason Harvey Daniel Hudgins Ray Lewis Chad Patterson Gary Powell Steven Ridgeway Matt Dixon ,1 The Twelfth Annual West Virginia women's categories will receive tro- School of Osteopathic Medicine phies. Medallions will be awarded to (WVSOM) 10,000 Meter Classic will the three finishers with the best be held in Lewisburg on Saturday, times in each category. All entrants May 5. The 6.2 mile race, sponsored by the WVSOM Undergraduate Acad- emy of Sports Medicine and sanc- tioned by the Athletics Congress of U.S.A. Inc., follows a scenic, gently rolling course through the Green- brier Valley and is expected to at- tract several hundred runners from throughout the region. First, second and third place overall winners in the men's and will receive t-shirts. Pre-registration for the WVSOM 10,000 Meter Classic is $12 and will be held through April 28. Registra- tion the day of the race will be $15. All entrants should be at the school between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. for check-in before arriving at the start- ing line. Entry forms are available at the WVSOM Student Activities office. 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