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2B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, April 19, 1990 Sen. Brackenrich Seeks Re lection Ann H. Potterfield Mrs Ann Potterfield of Lewisburg has been named volunteer coordi- nator at Carnegie Hall. Mrs Potter- field truly believes that the greatest gift is the gift of Self and views vol- unteering as the giving of self," ac- cording to Carnegie Hall Artistic Di- rector Mary Leb. "Born and raised in Philadelphia, she is a graduate of Sweet Brier College in Virginia, where she majored in Liberal Arts. Her adult life has kept her busy as a wife, mother, volunteer and more merable affairs involving her eight children. Since moving to Lewis- burg, she has worked with the Greenbrier Valley Arts and Humani- ties Council, the todd locker, Savan- nah Garden Club. She is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Greenbrier Center, a participant in Wellspring Artistry, treasurer of the Homes Tour, a weaver at the sheep- to-shawl demonstration at the West Virginia State Fair, a member of the Fiber network Group, and co-secre- recently as a weaver. Prior to her relocating in Lewisburg, she lived in tary of the Lewisburg Foundation. Charleston, where her husband Dr Her home was on the Bicentennial Tom Potterfietd, practiced pediatrics, tour and will again be featured in the For many years, she was an active Homes Tour this June," Ms Leb added. Mrs Potterfield is a past volunteer for numerous organiza- hons in the area. She raised funds president of the Board of Directors of Carnegie Hall. for the Charleston Symphony, the Kanawha County Medical Auxiliary and Meals on Wheels," Ms Leb said. "In addition, she assisted in innu- Senator J. D. Brackenrich, has announced his bid for reelection to the Senate of the West Virginia Leg- islature. Presently representing the 11th Senatorial District, consisting of Fay- ette, Greenbrier, Clay and a part of Nicholas county, Mr Brackenrich said, '1 pledge to ensure the view- points of my constituents continue to be heard in the upper chamber of the Legislature." First elected in 1986, Mr Brack- enrich serves as Chairman of the Senate Natural Resources Commit- tee and is a member of Education; Energy, Industry and Mining; Gov- ernment Organization; Transporta- tion; and the Finance committee. During the past legislative ses- sion, Mr Brackenrich said he was instrumental in seeing that a refer- endum provision was included in House Bill 4364, a measure limiting the size of commercial solid waste disposal facility sites, thereby inhibit- ing the influx of out-of-state gar- bage. "Seeking a further solution to lim- ited landfill space, I also voted for the passage of SB 41 which set up specifications allowing counties to develop comprehensive recycling programs for solid wastes. Both of these environmental bills have been signed into law by the governor." Mr Brackenrich supported the continuation of the Farm manage- ment Commission (HB 4502). The Greenbrier County native was among a number of legislators who supported a provision that called for a requirement upgrading its man- agement. For information on serving as a Additionally, a bill to provide pay volunteer at Carnegie Hall, call 645- .. raises for county cooperative exten- 7917. sion workers (HB 4504), who work WHERE: 5 miles South of Alderson on Rt. 3 (NEAR PENCE SPRINGS AIRPORT) OPEN:10 AM to 6 PM'Monday thru Saturday QUALITY FURNITURE YOU CAN AFFORD 2 Pc. Living Room Suites - $299 & Up Recliners: Regular $130, Wallhuggers $145 . Rocker- Recliners $155 . Mattress Sets - Double $170, Queen $230 NEW SHIPMENT OF LIVING ROOM SUITES The Price Will Surprise You! OWNED BY: CHARLES & OMA LYALL 445-7437 J. D. 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"All of our groups are in different stages of de- velopment so the variety of work- shops will be valuable to everyone." The conference is being spon- sored by the AIDS Prevention Pro- gram and the West Virginia Coalition of AIDS Networks, which includes the Charleston AIDS Network, the AIDS Network of the Upper Ohio Valley, the Mid-Ohio Valley AIDS Task Force, the Mountain State AIDS Network and the Huntington AIDS Task Force. Chesapeake and phone recently suits of a study which West Virginia is one places to locate a ing to C&P spokesman The study, com Atlantic's Business shows that a skilled, readily available work a convincing nesses to consider an ideal location in The project was steering committee, sentatives from the rice of Community Development, local agencies, the West~ Roundtable C&P. West compared with Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, New Jersey, Ohio, York, Pennsylvania and the areas of recruiting, senteeism, space, and living environment. 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From 40 t: mammogram is recommended every one years, and women over 50 should have mammograms. Call Humana Hospital to schedule your mammogram on April 5, 12, 19 or 26 at special reduced rate which includes physic interpretation. Humana Hospital Greenbrier ValleY P.O. Box 497, Ronc 304-647-4411