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Boggs owdy Kessinger t Simpson Taylor Harry ,y Echols ;Kast Cohen Amanda Boggs Chris Eggleston John Humphreys Holly Dunbar Kelly Surface Jessica Ward James Porterfield Cary Bland Lori Boggs Shawn Carter Anna Chasnoff Jesse Crislip Lila Harris Mark Jones Stacey Lucas Nicole McDowel Timmy Neel Derek Staten Grade 3 Susan Clarkson Joseph Echois Amanda Elmore Lori Hefner Susan Hill Daniel Hinkley Andi Karnes Rose Purdy Grade 4 Kelly Boggs Dustin Bragg Paul Dowdy Kim Hefner Kristi Honaker Daniel Pickles George Sizemore Philip Wickline David Zacher Cathy Hoke Dennis Miller Meresa Hutchison Crystal Hoke Grade 5 Jason Arthur Peggy Bostic Stephen Capaldo ;nick Junior High Jessica Chasnoff Amanda Elmore Carley Franklin Daren Griffith Kirsten Hill Lewis Kincaid Lisa Layman Joey Palmer Lori Porterfield Chris Ratliff Patrick Thomas Randy Waddell Judy Wilson Stuart Woods Alicia Hylton Grade 6 April Adams Sherri Boggs Anna Brown Andi Burns Lisa Dixon Tammy Galford Shelia Glover Chad Kessinger Margie Miller Chanty Staten Joe Wickline Grade 7 Jenny Walker Jackie Spellman Pat Pell Christina Guy Grade 8 JoAnn Cathcart Kelly Vance Billie Clark Grade 9 Steven Dameron Jenny Elmore Kim Walker Wendy Thomas Melanie Lively Kristy McDowell Todd Baker Debbie Hess Open House At West Greenbrier West High School will hold an Open House on April 23, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The open house will provide citizens, parents, and new students an opportunity to see the school's facilities and cur- riculum before the 1990-91 school year. Information will be given using student demonstrations and dis- plays of current student's work. This will aid parents and students in com- pleting enrollment forms for the next school year. APRIL is CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH Jennifer Withrow, Louise Hickey, Amy Yates, Steve Paula Van Reenen, Moss Rudley, Lois Perkins, and Laura Junior High School took trophy from the first an- eenbrier County Academic held March 30 at Green- :High School in Fairlea. team, made up from grades seven, nine, defeated Rupert 28 first round of play. After Greenbrier (Ronceverte) School 43-26 in the ~essions, the group cap- county title by beating junior high schools in the Were represented at the was sponsored by Springs Junior High its "Partner in Educa- 3eake and Potomac (C Each school sub- for the single elimi- COmpetition, including the of English, math, so- art, music, science, and school conducted its to narrow down its list members. is pleased with how it White Sulphur Springs ~]h School principal Robert said. "We plan to make annual event--and actually it." said he would like to on an ongoing ba- the school year and have teams compete with in other counties. "nary goal is to motivate to get excited about is what school is 'he remarked. for the event came from in Education" meeting representatives of White Junior High School Telephone, Mr McClintic items donated by C & buzzer system used and 00 sweatshirts, given to Students from Greenbrier County recently competed in the 1990 Re- gional Math Field Day at Nicholas County High School and won the trophy for the highest composite to- tal in the elementary/junior high divi- sion. The top three places in the 4-9 division compete in the State Math Field Day to be held on April 28, in Morgantown. In the senior high division, .Greenbrier County had two students -hake the regional team of ten stu- :~ents. These students will also com- #ete in the State in April. The students who represented Greenbrier in the regionals are: Grade 4: Chris Callison, Roncev- erte, first place; Mandi Childers, Ronceverte third place, Tim Reese, Lewisburg. Grade 6: Stephanie Bramble, Ronceverte, second place; Andrea Napier, Lewisburg, first alternate; Kassie Boone, Frankford. Grade 7: Jason Carroll, Crichton; Erika Henson, SmoG; Harold Toler, Rupert. Grade 8: Emily Thomas, Lewis- burg, first alternate; Tara Tuckwiller, Smoot; Troy Hunter, Smoot. Grade 9: Jared Robertson, Smoot, first place; Jennifer Osborne, Rainelle, first alternate: Jason Gwinn, Smoot. High School: Carl Wallace, sec- ond place, Terry Gwinn, fifth place, Mike Forren, Bonita Patterson and each team member. White Sulphur Springs Junior High School eighth- grader Dana Gillilan designed theGrade 5: Phillip Hicky, Eddie Smallwood, and Chris Wykle logo for the sweatshirts, part of a Frankford. first place; Cindy Field%,- from Greenbrier East. Frankford, second alternate; Jason Cindy Tuckwiller from Greenbrier Perry, Ronceverte. West; Eric Keene, Eddie Perkins, contest in which she won a $50 sav- ings bond for her winning design. Mike Kidd of WRON radio sta- tion, Fairlea, served as moderator for the olympics. Judges were Daniel Krider, math; Robert Nun- nelly, science and health; Norman Morgan, social studies; Pearl Carter, English; Alta Fox, art; and Doug Overmeyer, music. NOTHING WORKS "'' UKE A HUSKY. Husqvarna Model 22RL Trimmer .................... =246.00 Regular $289.95 Husqvarna Model 25R Brush Cutter ............... =299.00 Husqvarna Model 26RLC Trimmer ................... =139.00 (26cc) (1 5" cut) ELMORE'S FARM SUPPLY "We're the Farmer's Friend" Ronceverte, WV 647-4355 Corrugated Asphalt Roofing and Siding Fast, easy installation No special tools required , Lifetime warranty Provides added insulation Distinctive look in sheets or tile Lifetime Roofing WHITE BROWN RED BLACK GRAY GREEN 48' x 79' Sheet 26 square foot sheet *IN STOCK COLORS At least 32 squares in stock E VALUE 113 S. Court St., Lewisburg, W.Va. Phone 645-1334 | It Iit/I I'|NII II HOME DECORATING CENTER The Mountain Messenger, Thurs]ay April 19, 1990 9Ai By Jonathan Wright Gap Mills School was named one of three finalists for the statewide School Beautification Project Award April 2 after a team of representa- tives from the state Parent Teachers Association (PTA) visited the school. The three top winners in each state will be announced at the April 27 national meeting of the PTA Three hundred dollars is awarded for the third-place winner, $400 for second place, and $500 for first place. The Gap Mills project involved three phases: school signs, land- scaping, and playground renova- tions. Parents, teachers, busi- nesses, government agencies, ad- ministrative leaders, students, and local residents volunteered labor, money, and materials. "This is one of the best things that ever happened to us," principal Larry Mustain said of the improve- ments. "It's something specificially done for the children." The two signs include one on Route 3 and another near the main building at the approachway. They cost a total of $150, according to Mr Mustain. The landscaping, still being done, involves shrubbery, flowers, and trees planted at a number of lo- cations around the campus. The work has cost approximately $200 so far, Mr Mustain said. Project chairperson Namoi Co- hen oversaw the completion of the playground renovation phase. "It was built last summer for $2,500 in donated money and $1,000 in do- nated materials. People throughout the community gave a total of 300 to 350 hours to build the equipment. We are very fortunate: this is a rural community where people are handy with tools. They know how to use them, and our volunteers certainly put them to good use here." Ms Cohen said the PTA is organ- izing additional improvement proj- ects at the school, ;ncluding an im- proved public ad'~ress system and window curtains 1or the gymnasium. The group is raising funds for both. Gap Mills School contains both elementary and junior high grades. It is located on Highway 3 east of town. Congratulations JEFF HANSON QUALIFYING MEMBER FOR 1990 For The Ninth Year Million Dollar Round Table The Million Dollar Round Table is an independent, international asso- ciation of life insurance agents. Membership reflects a commitment to continuing advanced education to better serve the financial security needs of families, individuals and businesses. Clients of an MDRT member are being served by one of the very best in the business. 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