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3D - Mountain Messenger - May 7, 2011 U Inc. siness - The Weekend Paper For The Greenbrier Valley Come enjoy the spring pastoral beauty of rolling farmland and vineyards while sampling the delicious fare of two of the vaUey's finest family-run businesses - TLP, Inc. (Three Little Pigs) and Watts Roost Vineyard - at the May 12 Business After Hours of the Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce. The welcoming tasting room of the vineyard with its inviting porch overlo6king a small pond will be the location for the 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. gathering at 2245 Blue Sulphur Pike, otherwise known as Muddy Creek Mountain Road. The Tuckwfller and Hinlde families have joined forces to create a unique menu incorporating some of the vineyard's best in the side dishes. Calico White will be used to make a vinaigrette dressing for a bean salad. Desserts will have a special appeal with Sweet Charlotte used to enhance the favor of the peach cake while Watts Roost Blackberry Wine will add dimension to a chocolate cake. Curried pasta salad, hot dogs with chili and coleslaw, chips, red wine, white sangria, lemonade and water will round out the evening picnic menu. TLP, Inc (Three Little Pigs) has been satisfying the palates of locals for years with their plentiful menus and specialty barbecues. Their catering business is thriving and includes three regular venues at the West Virginia Osteopathic School, Virginia Tech football games, as well as their booth at the State Fair of WV. The backbone of this company is comprised of the Hinkle sisters and family including Ernestine Atldnson, Bobble Hinkle, Linda PoweU and Amber Hinkle. For more information about TLP, Inc., please call 304-497-3011. Watts Roost Vineyard is a retirement dream of Barbara and Frank Tuckwfller, who returned to a family farm to plant a French hybrid vineyard at the foot of Muddy Creek Mountain. They grow 100 percent of their grapes and everything is done at the location to produce their delicious selection of award winning wines. They tend to www.mountainmessenger.com 9,000 vines located on nine the Watts Roost Vineym~d, acres. The 3*,600 square footplease call 304-645-5308. winerywith production facility "Business After Hours" is a and tasting room has ceilingsmonthly member benefit of the soaring to 24 feet. There is Greater Greenbrier Chamber a room for all the tanks and of Commerce. To register for wine inventory, including a this event or learn more about semi-automatic corker. They the Chamber, please go to welcome visitors to the tasting www.greenbrierwvchamber. room April through October org and click on this event on Thursdays, Fridays and under Upcoming Events or Saturdays from 2 to 7 p.m. call the Chamber at 304-645- For more Information about 2818. I -Legal Notice ()RDER OF PUBLICATION FAMILY COURT OF GREENBRIER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF" Civil Action No. 11-D-152 Linda Hollis-Mann and Tony Allen Mann Petitioner Respondent THE OBJECT OF THIS SUIT IS TO OBTAIN A DIVORCE. To the Above Named Respondent: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Tony Allen Mann is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia. It is hereby ordered that Tony Allen Mann serve upon Linda Hollis-Mann, Petitioner, whose address is 142 Dry Creek Rd., WSS, WV 24986, an Answer, including any related counterclaim or defense you may have to the Petition for Divorce filed in this action within one month of the first publication. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. A copy of said Petition can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at his/her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court 4-27-11. Look for the Watts Roost Vineyard sign on Blue Sulphur Pike for the location of the May 12 Business After hours hosted by Three Little Pigs (TLP, Inc.) and Watts Roost Vineyard. A real rose trimmed in 24K Gold that lasts forever, three beautiful stretch pearl bracelets and Russell Stover Chocolates. LEWISBURG DIAMOND & GOLD Rt. 219 North Across from Walm art 304-645-4020 0 will be at the lea located at the State Fair of WV Fairgrounds May 6th, 7th & 8th. 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