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Chad Taylor In State! ge Trainee Taylor, a second grader at 'y, has been se- a winner in the West Vir- Writers Contest. Chad top state award for his with a story entitled Foot's New Home". He against first and second 53 counties. I was one of six Monroe chosen to compete level. Other students at this level were April also of Union Elementary: and Amy Dunlap of School; Jason Pack and or Peterstown High }s a student of Mrs Ann His parents are Mr and Taylor of Sinks Grove. was published in the edition of the Mountain was a Young Writer's on 27, which the students attended. held at the Univer- larleston, was for all county Winners. County winners certificates and state received certificates and ~thology of the eighteen stories was given to state winners. The an- included a page recog- COunty winners. Writers Contest is by the West Virginia of Education, the Writing Project, the English and Language and the University of Local public school students competed for scholarships to the U. S. Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala- bama, by completing a science ex- amination held April 21 at Alderson- Broaddus College. The students were Melissa Tay- lor of Lewisburg Junior High School, whose parents are Cyndi and Dex- ter Taylor of Lewisburg; Doug Boone of Alderson Junior High School, whose parents are Shelby and Phyllis Boone of Alderson; Mi- chael Boone of Alderson Junior High School, whose parents are Debbie and Neal Holliday of Clinton- ville; Doug Brown of Williamsburg Junior High School, whose parents are Wayne and Carol Brown of Wil- liamsburg; Brandy Stidom of Wil- liamsburg Elementary and Junior High School, whose parents are Al- bert and Cathleen Stidom of Frankford; Amelia Yates of Renick Junior High School, whose mother is Patricia Yates of Friars Hill; Sharon Hudnall of White Sulphur Springs Junior High School, whose parents are Jack and Elizabeth Hudnall of White Sulphur Springs; Michelle Neal of Rupert Junior High and Ele- mentary School, whose parents are Thomas and Suzette Neal of Kieffer; Warren Morgan Jr of Greenbrier Junior High School, whose parents are Warren and Carol Morgan of Ronceverte; Helen Shapira of Le- wisburg Junior High School, whose parents are Linda S. Shapira of Le- wisburg; Zeke Lanek of White Sulphur Springs Junior High School, whose parents are Joe and Gail Lanek of White Sulphur Springs. The examination taken by the students covered general science topics taught in normal science classes of West Virginia schools. Eight scholarships will be awarded in this cohperative effort sponsored by Software Valley Inc., the North Central Chapter of Soft- ware Valley, and Alderson-Broad- dus. The Space Camp scholarships include alt camp expenses, air fare, and $100 for incidental expenses. Rupert Elementary & Junior High School Honor Roll Grade 7 Nathan Adkins Candy Adkison Crystal Blankenship Chris Crookshanks Mark Dodd J. R. Dorsey Crystal Drennen Leigh Ann Hanson Henry Holcomb Jason Hudson James Kanode Connie Lewis Jessica Lewis Brian McClung Michelle Neal Paul Spelock Brian Taylor Brian Taylor Harold Toler Laurie Wills Grade 8 Jennifer Adams Heather Ailstock Marcie Birchfield Melinda Blankenship Beverly Blevins Brandon Bragg Hope Carter Stephen Crookshanks Cyndi Edens Heather Estep Benny Heaster Daniel Kirby Kerri Long C Lajauna Lopez Kendra O'Dell Jerry Rogers Freddy Thompson Emily Viers Grade 9 April Crookshanks Michelle Hanson Stacy Hudson Shawn Hunter Linda Kelley Stephanie Lilly Megan Martin April Pugh Stephanie Robinson Jamey Schlachter Rose Spelock Appalachian Heritage Week At Le Lewisburg Junior High School Choir entertains during "Appalachian Heritage Week": Elizabeth Satterfield (left), Autumn Piercy, Jason Wil- liams, Heather Richmond, Robert Hefner, Nikki Dotson, James Carter, Angle Linton, Michael Meadows, Beth Cockrell, David Freeman, Missy LaFon, and David Shay Lewisburg Elementary School held its second "Appalachian Herb tage Week" April 2-6 with a week- long series of activities related to "The Railroad Era." The purpose of the program is to'. acquaint students with their identity through their heritage as West Vir- torians, demonstration of trains and engines, and an arts and crafts ex- hibit. The event was made possible through a grant from the West Vir- ginia Humanities Council and the Lewisburg Parent-Teacher Organi- zation. The program was planned and coordinated by the Lewisburg ginians. *- Elementary School Activities Com- Activities included presentations mittee, and Linda Rodes, who ap- by West Virginia musicians and his- plied for the Humanities grant. Tim Johnson, Kappa Delta Pi Tim Johnson, Route 1, Frankford, has been inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, an educational honor society at Anderson (Indiana) University. To qualify for Kappa Delta Pi membership students must com- plete 52 hours and maintain a 3.0 grade point average orfa4.0"~cafe. They also must be involved in edu- cational activities. Mr Johnson, a junior, is majoring in education. He is the son of Archie and Janice Johnson. Anderson University is a four- year, liberal-arts institution of ap- proximately 2,100 students. Founded in 1917 by the Church of God, it offers more than 60 majors and programs of study. Book Sale Greenville Schools are holding a book fair at the school from 1 p.m. Thursday, April 26 until 11 a.m. May 2. A variety of paperback books for children of all ages and parent/ teacher books are included in the selection. The public is invited dur- ing regular school hours. =,,'- WHA T YOU DO IS NEWS TO US ( AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOL KS.) 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ABB acquired Combustion Engi- neering in January 1990 and is part of the ABB Group, which has sales of more than $25 billion and 215,000 employees worldwide. Joe will spend four hours a week in the Design/Drafting Department studying and participating in every- day engineering activities as well as RE-ELECT JIM ROWE TO THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES Greenbrier County "Delegate Jim Rowe... has scored exceedingly high amongst his colleagues in the House... is a selfless, methodical practioner of both the law and the legislature.., a real gentleman... and those whom he serves should be aware of it" Oce Smith, House Sergeant at Arms Times - West Virginia, March 3t, 1990 Paid for by the Rowe Volunteer Committee, John W, DeiLz Treasurer The history of the Greenbrier Valley gives us something special--a unique 4 heritage, the strength of having real neighbors, and a future full of promise. Greenbrier Valley National Bank helps lfill that promise through innovative bank services. 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