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8 • The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 22, 1986 Ull Lewisburg Class of '61 Reunion Preparations are under way for the 25th reunion of Lewisburg High School Class of 1961. Patty Gregory Plumley, coordinator of the August 16 activities, would like to hear from you if you or someone you know graduated in 1961, 1960, or 1962. Please clip this coupon and return to: Mrs. Charles Plumley, 305 Rufner Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901. Name: Address: City: State: Telephone: Year Graduated: Spouse's Name: Children: Comments: Zip: Greenbrier County Schools head start registration (AND SCHEDULE) Greenbrier County Schools will have registration for low income three and four year olds for Head Start for the 1986-87 school year. To enter Head Start a child must be three before September ,1. The children's vision, speech and hearing will be tested on the day of registration. Parents must bring the child's immunization record, • proof of income and birth certificate to register. The Head Start registration will be conducted the same day as the kindergarten registration. The schedule is as follows: Lois McCutcheon elected new WVSEA President The president of the West Virginia Student Education Association 1986-87 is Lois McCutcheon of Renick, a junior majoring in Elementary Education at Greenbrier Community College. She was elected last week at the spring convention of the WVSEA held a Fairmont State College. Mrs. McCutcheon is currently serving as president of the GCC Chapter of the WVSEA and is vice- president-elect of the local college's student education. As state president, Mrs. McCutcheon will be working with chapters on every major college campus throughout the state in furthering the goals of the Student Education Association which is affiliated with the West Virginia Education Ass.cation. She will be working with students on campuses currently not having SEA chapters in an effort to establish such organizations for the promotion of the high ideals of the teaching profession. The State Association currently represents some 700 members of 10 chapters Dr. Lowell Johnson, professor of Education at Greenbrier Community College, serves as'.liason officer between the executive committee of WVEA and the WVSEA. The local college's chapter was formed last fall and has completed projects honoring area teachers during American Education Week, honoring the GCC faculty during the same week, sponsored a Valentine King and Queen contest a GCC, and had three members attend the spring convention. They were Mrs. McCutcheon, Patricia Lloyd and Ruth Trent. Mrs. McCutcheon is a part time employee of the Department of Employment Security, is the wife of Darrell McCutcheon of the Court Barber Shop in Lewisburg and the mother of Natasha and Bruce, students at Frankford Elementary School. Mrs. McCutcheon recently attended a conference in Charleston where she met with the incoming and outgoing executive committees of the WVSEA. Pierson given leadership post Marlene Pierson of Lewisburg, a multitalented sophomore at Concord College in Athens, was sworn into office as a member of the student government's ten- person legislative branch in an April 6 ceremony in the Concord College Center. The 1984 Greenbrier East graduate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Pierson, Sr., is majoring in Travel Industry Management with a dual concentration in Travel Services Management and Tourist Development 8 riday, April 18 -- Rupert Elem. 9:00 a.m.--2:30 p.m. t Promotion. ment. Friday, April 18 -- Smoot elem. 9:00 a.m.--12:00 noon W She is a computer operator ii~i: through a work-study program in ~ Friday, April 25 -- Rainelle Elem. 9:30 a.m.--3:0Op.m. : the Concord Personnel Office. In i~; Tuesday, April 29 -- Alderson Elem. 8:30 a.m.--11:30 a.m. i additiOn,member theof thebUSy intercollegiateStUdent is a ~i:i!~ ..... 12:00 noon--3:00 p.m. ~ tennis team, the symphonic band, ~ 6 the Concord Commanders jazz ~ Friday, May 2 -- Lewisburg Elem. 9:00 a.m.--3:00 p.m. :. ensemble, and the Society for the @~ Advancement of Management. Wiliamsburg Elem. 11"00 a.m.--2:00 p.m. i Friday May 9 -- Lewisburg Elem. 9:00 a.m.--3:00 p.m. ; ! She is also president of the Pi- Kappa Alpha Little Sister • White Sulphur Elem. 9:00 a.m.--3:00 p.m. ~ organization. The student legislators, officially Frankf0rd Elem. 9:00 a.m.--3:00 p.m. { known as the Student Government ITuesday, May 20 -- Crichton Elem. 9:30 a.m..--3:00 p.m. mX Association Board of Directors, annually prepares a budget for Ronceverte Elem. -- 9:00 a.m.--2:00 p. nj~ spendingthe portion of the College ~e,~4,~.~,e,~,P~,~,-=~’-~’---’’=~’=’’- - Fee assigned to it by President of the College. They adopt rules and regulations to govern the non- academic phase of student life on campus, and issue statements on behalf of the student body. Through committee assignments they work on answers to specific issues of interest to both residential and commuter students. The board also must approve appointments recom- mended by the student body president, and name persons to the campus activities board which Planning and coordinates campus entertain- Madene Pierson • " (x x5 Lounge ONE NIGHT ONLY Thursday, April 24th Bargain Friday & Saturday, April 25th & 26th Klass Band 9:30-1:30 DOWNTOWN LEWlSBURG 645-3055 4 Movies forSlO 4 Movies & VCRforS12 TUESDAY RENTALS DUE THURSDAY BY 5:30 GREENBRIER VALLEY MALL 645-251"1 TO MAKE YOU A DEAL DURING OUR.... I I APRIL SALE \ We're iounching our "BIGGEST SALE EVER." During April we wont to sell $1,000,000 in inventory! To do this we hove to offer our lowest prices ever. 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Tracy Wooding ejected president of Cor ord student body Tracy Pia Wooding of White Commenting on Sulphur Springs was sworn in as Wooding said, "1 Vice-President of the Concord because of,theen College Student Government friends, and becausel Association (SGA) on April 6 in a get involved. I Iovetohel ceremony at the Athens campus, with people." The induction marked the first Her most recent assi time that female students had been working on been elected to both the SGA "Big-Name Spring presidency and vice presidency, April 21 featuring Atlal said Director of Student Affairs Radiant, and Ste Kevin O'Sullivan. Wooding is a sophomore majoring in Travel Industry Management with concentrations in Hotel-Motel Management and Travel Service Management. Daughter of Elridge and Barbara Wooding, she is a 1983 graduate of Greenbrier East High School. At Concord the popular student was elected Homecoming Queen. The SGA vice president is responsible for recommendations regarding the spending of funds for campus entertainment, and serves as chairperson of the Campus Activities and her fellow students to plan and implement entertain- ment such as "big-name" concerts and special events in the College Center, Concord's student building. In addition, she is automatically a member of all student government committees and commissions, and would assume the student body presidency "in the event of the death, resignation, Tracy Wooding or removal" of this official. 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