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IOA The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 14, 1992 A Review Tommy Irish Makem Featured Heritage Festival From the office of Nancy Hillen Nutrition Education Consultant W. Vs. Office Phone 346-5908 tion News 'By Ann Marie Stazenski Registered and l.iccnscd Dietician Dairy m~d Nutritiot] Council, Mid-East By Carol Hall song about a man who slashes Be Oorrahl There was Irish his wlfe with a razor blade, then For the mystified new mother, and when to Introduce new aingin~ and dancing and to topdecides to hang himself with aknowing when and what to feed foods, l .... iag.Jc of bed-sheetHowever at the end the baby can be a real challenge.To order copies of "Airplaine, Pl Pre ion Ma Rlt Col me in bin lie. no[ on ou] ,J Dairy ( ad law pro be/ ho~ bat did is P2 to' mG 0 " ' " " ca~ it all off, the musical m " ' that provide extra energy mr Ches V m r r "the Man himself" tnternatlon- of the song it turns out that she Jodle Shield, registered dleti- Choo-Choo and Other Games ally known Irish performer recovered, since he used a clan and mother of two young-Parents Play," contact your local Tommy- Makem. - British-made razor--but he died sters, has spent the last 10 Dairy & Nutrition Council Mid During an interview backstage because he used Belfast linealyears studying children's nutrl- East office at 346-5908. at Woodvow Wilson High SchoTol(You almost have to be Irish to tieR. Her professional achieve- .. ..... in Beckley, scene of the concert, catch the irony In that one.) meats include being named till-The Dairy & Nutrition Council Gall or bI0p By Makem stated (with a twinkle in Accompanying Makem was nots Recognized Young DietitianMid East, an affiliate of the ha- UI~AI "I'U his eye} that he was "born young Irishman Eugene Byrne, in 1988. She currently serves as tional Dairy Council, is a non- IIE/'~L I I! slnglntt" who sang several songs. The president of the Chicago Dietetic profit nutrition education or- IM HI:}^Mt I= I was born," he said. most stirring, though, was about Association. She drew on both ganizatlon dedicated to prompt- ,,1,.Dr, .rlllvm "the doctor smacked me on the the second "Flight of the Earls," her professional and personal lag optimal health through _~Vl~.~ bottom. Now most kids which had to do with the Immi-experience in developing a feed- sound nutrition, v.--, s~,v.--,,.e ing guide available from the OF WEST~VIRGINIA squawled, but not me--I sangl" gratlon of young men from & Nutrition Council. Actually, Makem's mother, Ireland to other parts of the Sarah, was a source person for world. Makem and Byrne re- Irish music. People "came from ceived three standing ovations The colorful, 16-page pam-[ ..-~i~.. ] ~d!Ij all over" seekin~ certain pieces and pleas for more songs at the phlet explains the nutritional ~ | ~w~'~.~~4r needs of babies and toddlers [ ERIE/I Jr l . . of lrlsh music, w~hlch his mother close of the concert, from birth to 24 months and [ IM~Ill)AMCI:" ~-~.-~-~ i collected. His father. Peter. was a gives suggestions on how to I ,,,,,.t, w-~,,~..- lIEN''m_ fl I , ,, "e i- * , , fiddler, so music was as much a hart of his life as breathing The Festival started March 27 meet those needs. [ GROUP U sta-vTi U ] - e thralling the with "Pub Night" at Foster's "Every baby is unique, I ~~ I Mak m--en "~ Hardware " "-" though, so the guidelines in the [~,~HOME.~US,~CS~.urE $,t'CE}925 | 117 EAST WASHINGTON ST. green-clad audience--seemed to Restaurant in uecmey,pamphlet are just that -- guide- [ ~~7"d.~2,~'~ ......... I LEWlSBURG, WV. sing the very songs people It was a sing-alotq, cr as they lines" says Shield "Parents i ,.,/ ,, .. r I A~'~ wanted, for as the opening notes say in Ireland, "sing-song," with need to know that bal~ies are the I ' orflan '. 4orflani o,. o-oooo j of a tune rang out, the audiencetraditional Irish music by best Judge of how much they [SPIECMAUZINGINCO~MEROIALINSURANCE | JIM McCUTCHEON ManaaingAaenI clapped and cheered. Some of "County Mayo." need t eat. [107 E. MAIN ST STEPHEN G MORGAN I the songs he performed as the Throughout the day the ........ [,o~ceVE~nL~ Office (304) 645-45651 I ~ing Thev children were entertained by are audience pined in sin ... _ . . ~ne DoorJet inctuoes the most ale were "Black Velvet Band," Emmett the Elf, who also up-to-date nutritional recom-~ ~ gir "Gentle Annie " "On Fiddler's attended the concert Saturday mendations, including when to~ Green," "The Irish Rover," andevening. It was preceded by add who'le milk to the baby's~ Be: of' v there Bagpipe music and an Irish diet. I ill i man o Makem closed the first half of Dance exhibition. "If a child is at least six I ~ ~l~ ,~i O~ ,~s ~ i n II ~t~ ~ | ~ ~ sta w vartlcularlv The Irish Heritage Festival months old and eating one-thlrd i ~ ~ 11= ~ L ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ~ ii th~ the show Ith a _ popular and touching children's was sponsored by the Irish Heri- of his or her calories from foods ~ "R~ g "Walt g with Bears " tage Festival Board of Directors m~ son,-- zlnV " e 1 ' other than fluids, the oaby may I Real Estate & Personal rat The audience was invited to join C ntra Printing, Beckley Main De ready for [whole] milk." says I A -- m--. = m ~ --~--,-, -- m~ ..... 800 plusStreet Youth Museum of South- Shield. "Most children are ready | [ [ I N I /1 I-11 / 1 bl in the chorus, and the -_ eard sin i era West Virginia Foster s crowd could be h gag, ' ' for milk between 9 and 12 I "~'~ ~'~ "~'~ ~ ~ ,ta--- = ~,~ "Wa, wa wa Waltzing with Hardware Restaurant, Judy Kar-months of age." , ~ ]~ ' ' "~ bonlt Beckley Newspapers bears, waltzlng with bears, baggy - ' Many parents feeo their I - 10:00 A.M. .._...I. .... v.__..~ sa.~., bears WJLS Theatre West Virginia, young children low-fat milk with [ ' I too . "~" and Comfort Inn. The festival the best of intentions accordlna I Sweet Springs, WV Fire House - Located on RI. 311. As" " "Irish ballads many times was presented with assistance ......... .... ' ,t. ..... [ Due to Inadequate apace the personal prooerty of the late Elalne tO ~nlelQ In HrdH~, tHett It I:~ ___are stories ~utD to sono,~ the audl- from the West Virginia Commls- " " I Wlck_llne will'be m0vKl tothe !Irehousa at ~;weet Sprlngs. To view .......... I the R rlor to sale date call the auctioneer. Ma once got a big laugh hearing the slon on the Arts. DeSt tO Start cnnoren. .H. on a I A partial list co'nsis~ of: Duncan Ph~4e Couch, End Tables, Claw/opt lot low fat low cholesterol diet is r I NIceT no t n ,r - ' - I ~, "l=e/ePhone-Sia d, Gold Framed Wall M' ror, New 75 Sheriffs Group Announces misguided," she says. "Children I Folding Rocker, KenmoreWasher and Dryer, Kenmore 36" Else. Range, th| at this age need an enormous |Re/"ngerator, Nice Glass Top Tal;)le with 4 Chairs, Wooden Dish Cabinet, of State Scholarship Program amount of energy because they i Lot Miscellaneous Dishes and Glassware, Curved Glass China Cabinet, toI are ~rowin~ ranldlv both nhvst- | Rooster Collection, Crock Jugs, Oak Library Tab!e, Antique Victrola, Old -..--- .-....~ ~-~.-~=~---."' "='-----a--r--:'---~- I Chest Freezer, Lots House 151ants, 4 pc Maple Bedroom Suite, Cedarea~ The 1992 Scholarship Pro- justice, organizers explained. ,.~,y ,,~,u ,,,~,,tauy. ~t,,~ ~u,.,, , ~-, _--: .... :-:..-..-_-,. .. . ....... [ Wardrobe, Maple Drum Table, Oak H~ghback Bed N~ce Old Dresser rd~ gram of the West Virginia Sher- The West Virginia Sheriffs As- as WhOm milk creese and yo- [ ~" (3hsvai ~li'r" - " -" . . '. . - ' - ~ I w/Mirror, Brass Frarned Choral Mirror, Old ~'icture Prams, uiI Lamps, se] gurtarenutrmnt sense Ideas lffs Association Is underway, or- soclatlon, is a professional or- : . ] Else. Lamps, Ouilts, C~verlet from Hollywood Mills, Old Sewing Machine, glc ganlzers recently announced, ganization dedicated to lmprov- . I C'hest, Va'nt~r, Oak Dresser, 6 Legged Table, Antique Ukelin, Co Scholarships in the amount ofing the quality of law enforce- critical brain development and I 9x12 Rug. ScaRer Rugs, Youth Bed, Unique Childs Bed. Small Pool $I,000 each will be awarded this ment. The scholarship program growth." . | Tabl0, Lot ors Metal Toys, Childs Rocker, Lots of Books, Clocks, Lawn year to eligible students fromIs designed to support the edu- I and Garden Too,Is.New Charcoal Grill, Large Picnic Cooler and Many, ........ I many iet ms not listed, as West Virginia colleges or univer- cation of future law enforcement tn me Doomer, me nutritional I Rt~AL ESTATE: Consists of approx. V2 acre more or less with a 11/2 sltlesoo-- be West Vlr omcers Scholarship applicationsbroken down into the following [ will be sold at the firehouse at 12:00 noon.. Ct Applicants must _ . needs of infants and toddlers are I story frame house. Heated with o~1 stove. Has town water, Real Estate G~ girds resident students who are and information may be ob- categories: 0 to four months, IF~ vl~ll the auctioneer. Real estate sold by confir- ta~ enrolled full-time in a criminal tatned by contacting the West four to six months, six to eight I matlon o1 heirs, st( /us decree program The Virginia Sheriffs Association me--,ha elaht to 12 months ~.H I TERMS'. Pemonal property - settlement day of sale. sc.latllcaehlps are awarded to stu- Scholarship Program; Leola R. 12"io24 naonths A ste- b, ~'e--- I REAL ~TATE." 10% dowh, balance within 30 days. U, dents demonstrating the highest Bateman, Scholarship Co6rdlna- " P- y- 13I Lunchnc served. feeding guide for 0 to 24 months , ,~le ehJ;dT:P,d lia achievement and commitment in tar, 1 116 Smith Street, Suite can be pulled from the pamphletI -- to settle th.. Estate of the late Elaine Wickllne by Le pursuing a degree in criminal 313, Charleston 25301. and posted in a convenient spot, I " .-- .-,, ..- m~ reference. I "" Sherie's See & Save included in the pamphlet I - ,I" ,o S are tips on serving sizes, food I - II1,., Now Has A Great election Ill,,, preparation, feeding while travel-"l Real Estate & Auction Service ing storing baby foods, and in tmneer III Of Like.New Fashionable ]]] ' - I Franklin G. Campbell -- Broker-ARc" corporatlng nutritious snacks. It | WV #202 -- VA#0876 Ill Quality Women's Apparel ill tells parents what foods to avoid I Rt. IBex 51-Gap Miiis,='WV 24941- Phone 304-772-5524 for children under a year old. J ......... /(otrres'i~o~nsli~ie for accidents. Ill And All,Size Children's Wear f/, ~/7] [[[ how to make meals interesting, I lamnowbm " and auctions! I Swings Riding Toys Changing Tables Ill Baby Beds Shoes High Chairs Strollers J[ Ill [[1 Walkers Bassinetts [[[, I'1 Pageant Dresses Available For "Little Miss Dandelion". I'1 100 :- (%oty [[[Mothers: Don't Forget To Bring In Those Old Dresses - I'll Sell Them/ Ill III '' &S Ill ', le S See . . 26 E. Main St.. 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