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6B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 10, 1990 Family Workshop At Local Center Friday, April 27, Family Refuge Center will sponsor its third commu- nity education workshop entitled "Promoting Positive Family Relation- ships" -- a workshop for parents, professionals, couples and inter- ested adults. This year's program is being co-sponsored by the WVSOM Health Center and the Greenbrier Valley Chapter of the NASW. The workshop will cover ideas and tech- niques that can assist families to do the most important job in the world -- that of providing nurturing, safety, and emotional well-being for all of its members while planting the seeds for future generations to provide the same. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to explore fam- ily communication patterns, identify spoken and unspoken family rules, learn conflict resolution skills and ways of differentiating present con- flicts from past hurts, and discover ways of maintaining a healthy self- esteem while also encouraging the esteem of individual family mem- bers. There will be one general ses- sion for all padicipants in the morn- ing. Participants will have the option of attending one of two concurrent afternoon sessions: a professional skill building session for those indi- viduals working within the Human Services/Relations field or a per- sonal skill building session which will entail an experimentally based for- mat offering participants an opportu- nity to refine present skills and de- velop new skills that will contribute to the health and welfare of their family. Rachel Dash, MSW, ADSW -- a Marriage & Family Therapist and Assistant Professor at the WVU Health Sciences Center in Char- leston -o- will co-lead this valuable workshop with Nancy Braillier, MSW, ACSW, a Charleston area Psychotherapist in private practice. "Promoting Positive Family Rela- tionships" will be held at the Old Stone Church Fellowship hall in Le- wisburg from 10 a.m: to 2:30 p.m. with registration from 9:15 a.m. to 10 " a.m. Free childcare wilt be offered to ,, those who pre-register by April 18. Easter is Sun&~ AMd 15. Put a Little Spring In Someone's Send the FTD® Easter Basket Bouquet. N,:d ();)k~ ,~hoppin~ (.Clllcr Ronce~,crlc, WV 647-5870 Telei]om' ,, The pre-registration fee is $10. After April 18, the fee is $15. Both fees include lunch provided on-site. Cer- tificates of completion (3.5 hours) for WV Licensed Professional Cognsel- ors, Social Workers and Teachers will be available upon request. To pre-register, obtain more informa- tion, or inquire about scholarships, call the Family Refuge Center office at 645-6334. 4-H Awards $1000 To Miss Patterson / Cindy Patterson, granddaugh- ter of Mrs Beulah Arthur of Clintonville, was recently pre- sented a $1000 scholarship from the National 4-H council cindy was a national winner in the bicycle Program of the Na- tional 4-H Congress Awards Program. She was then eligible to apply for the bicycle Schol- arship Cindy is a lO-year member of the Clintonville Mountain Rang- ers 4-H Club. She carried the bicycle project for eight years, participating in various club, county, area, and state activi- ties she is planning to apply the scholarship toward a cleri- cal and typing degree at Dab- ney Lancaster College. In order to receive the scholar- ship, Cindy was required to be a full-time student at an accred- ited college and maintain a 3.0 grade point average. Mountain Messenger Now On Thursdays! 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America is pleased with your husband, our President as the popu- larity charts show! America's num- ber 1 family! Yours appears to be a loving happy family! Keep right on just being the way you are. Just folk! Of course, recently I saw you ac- cepting bushel baskets of beautiful green broccoli on the capitol lawn. All the reading and listening audi- ences, should know by now that you are typical folk, no matter what the situation. Americans can jest and you know the lady Barbara Bush can smile and laugh, too! Those beautiful blue eyes, white hair and fair skin only compliment your pleas- ant laughter and beautiful teeth! You know why broccoli has come to be the "vegetable of the year" as far as I am concerned. America via TV heard President Bush say, "1 don't like broccoli!" Being a mother -- wife -- and grandmother, I know too, that people often look at a certain food and almost instantly say, '1 don't like that!" Yes, without trying it! Spinach at one time certainly had that "ugh" in my sight. President Bush possibly is not that type, as he learned in health class, studying all the neces- sary foods, and believes in keeping healthy -- Since frequently he is seen running, jogging, waving, and joking. Popeye of cartoon fame in the funnies helped teach children to eat spinach, as he could flex his muscles, unbelievably large and lift most anything in sight. So the chil- dren learned spinach would help them grow strong and become healthy. The absolute most comical to me was the cartoon showing you and the President sitting at the table -- one of those inquiring dignitaries, or were they? asked President Bush what his progressive ideas are for moving the country ahead in the 1990s' --- You answered by saying: "He can only answer you after he in applying and interpreting the Inter- nal Revenue code. Enrollc~t Agents are boter prepared to act as your legal representative in tax matters. And take Lhe time to pro vide a personal, in-depth approach to your taxes, Call Your Local Enrolled Agent PARKERS TAX B.B. Parker, EA - Wayne VanStavern, EA 645-3848 122 E. Washington St., Lewisburg, W.Va. (Monday - Friday 9-5 EST) Enrolled Agents represent their clients before the I.R.S. in .tax matters at all levels up to the Tax Court. They are required to meet IR.S. continuing educa- tion annually in addition to their respective State and National requirements. So why go to others for your tax and accounting work? B.B. Parker: Former I.R.S. Agent -Tax Service 1-1-66 Mr. VanStavern has been an associate for the past five years, has degrees from Bereau College and W.Va University in Business TIRE ". 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IIIIIIIIIII By l{ol)erta !'alton li()dgers _ II I III II IIII has eaten his broccoli!" Just recently a farm magazine ar- rived with a table pictured laden with beautiful health foods titled A Taste of the Country. Just for the President and his family --- Please try this: Place about a 1/2 gallon clear crystal ped- estal dish on a white tablecloth. Into this compote, place a nice head of dark fresh green broccoli broken into flowerlets -- bite size ~ fill the bot- tom row to about 2 inches depth, with red radishes next, then a row of broken cauliflower, next carrots, and on 'till about 1/2 inch to the top with any other raw vegetables topped with peanuts and dandelion blossoms -- Use his favorite dip. It is a beautiful sight, and if he still says I don't like broccoli -- the rest of the family can tempt him! A beautiful sight placed in a mound of crushed ice. As for me I really don't care for broccoli either -- but our vegetarian friend and the late Russell Estep said, "the darker green the vege- tables, the better they are for you!" Calling the local West Virginia Extension Office, Susan Williams found some literature on the con- tents of broccoli -- In thanking our classmate Russell Young for keep- ing those cute baby pictures of Sylvia, Gaye, and Ginger in such good condition -- and bringing them to us. I asked him what vitamin broc- coli contained (Russell is almost a vegetarian) "wait a minute," he an- swered in looking at my 1975 Soil Conservation calendar --- It is high in vitamin A plus other things! The above' dish with dandelions are my flowers to you today. Women's Health: Free Screenings Free health screenings for women will be offered Saturday, April 21 at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine Health Center during the 1990 Women's Health Fair, Sponsored by the WVSOM Delta Omega Chapter and the Lewisburg Business and Professional Women's Club, the Women's Health Fair will be held from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and will offer free pap smears, breast ex- ams, cole-rectal screenings, self- scoring health risk analysis and health information. Appointments are necessary and may be made by calling 647-5188 for a morning ap- pointment and 645-3784 for an af- ternoon appointment. Ronceverte Flood Control Meeting Set Ronceverte Community Aware- ness Associaton (formerly Mer- chants group) meets Thursday, April 12, 6:30 p.m. at the fire house. Doug Dumbrack, mayor of Mar- linton, will speak to the members on control of Greenbrier River flood wa- ters in an area north of his commu- nity. Optional dinner at Rudy's, 5 to 5:30 p.m. 647-5724 Ronceverte Library Nearly 100 guests attended a reception at the Rol brary on Saturday afternoon, March 31. The "Friends ancillary support group sponsored the event In honor Martin, who lives near Alderson. The Library, which opened on July 7, 1986 is not full State of West Virginia and must depend on budget requirements. Mr Martin gave a short talk and of his books, which he autographed for guests who copy. The proceeds from the sale of the books were Martin to the "Friends of the Library," who will usa it to the funds of the Library, such as the Purchase of Budget. Pictured is Mrs Creigh Nickell, of Sunset Drive in )urchased an autographed copy of his book "The Be from the author. His latest novel, "Lie To Me," ical thriller will soon be for sale at book stores. Congratulations, It's a Boy! or It's a Girl! You pick which one you would like to host. The International Education Forum (IEF), a non-profit high school exchange program, is now seeking families in West Vir- ginia to host foreign high school stu- dents for the 1990-91 school year. For more information call: Nila Hicks, Hinton, 466-0112, Susan Mann, Summersville, 872-3415, or Joan Vess° Covington, (703)962- 6841 or 1-800-346-2826. Students, ages 15-18 from Eu- rope and Asia, will arrive soon for a ten-month school year. A few Euro- pean students also come on a three-month or five-month high school exchange. Upon registering, each student completes a detailed application from which a profile is drawn. This is available for perusal to aid in selecting a student whose lifestyle and interests compatible with the host family. All students have been thoroughly screened and tested during the application proc- ess and all have good academic skills and sufficient English to func- tion in an English-speaking family, community and high school setting. All students bring ample spend- ing money for personal needs and have full medical coverage. Host families are asked room, board and the share their lifest United States with a from abroad. American small children, grown agers as welt as those dren at all, and single! welcome to gram. The I.E.F. in the matching family and student. family's and student's bies and activities, sible as a local year for any problems The organization also gional and national who are available to local coordinator, dents. I.E.F. has a program to France or six-month or one- change to to 18-year-old AmeriC students. The International rum is a non-prof Foundation, o auspices of the marion Agency, Danville, California. Clarence Hinkle Re-election To Greenbrier and teaching High School. He Rupert as served as principal High and Elementaff served as superinte tant su County Schools. "Students pass once," says Mr sire to see that all opportunity to learn tential in a clean ment.." ,( Clarence Hinkle has announced his candidacy for re-election to the Greenbrier County Board of Educa- tion. Mr Hinkle was one of the found- ers of Greenbrier Community Col- lege, where he currently serves on the Executive Board. He holds a master's degree plus thirty hours of advanced study in education from West Virginia University. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge in Lewisburg and is a member of the First Baptist Church of Fairlea. Mr Hinkle started his coaching THE EASTER BUNNY has left an Easter Egg for you on our tree,Each egg contains a coupon good for discounts of 10%-50% off of our regular prices on Saturday, April 14th 9:00-5:00 Only Shop and Save at Wyatt Home Center ;!