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Lewisburg Intermediate Honor Roll , Lindsay Martin Grade 6 Y~xwell Daniel Christian Drystal Dale rCain Kevin Pauley Thomas Bohrnstedt Michael Napier Jeromy Dove Davied Lowe Ashley Greenstreet Michelle BurdeauxFen lkner Ben Asbury Jennie Johnson Stephanie Rhodes Paul Johnson Alisha Piercy Jennifer Lemons eMcDaniel Sparrow Domboski Christi McMillion Joey Thomas Lisa Redden Mychal Johnson Carrie Warren Richards Jeff Bostic John Wilcox Julie Holbrook Mike Williams Melanie Hinkle Raymonbd Brewer Tiff Hilton Michele Brown Amanda Irons Jonathan Collins Matthew MusselmanAlicia Houchins AmeUa Boggs Shawn Huffman Melissa Boone Jason Merritt Andrea Kowal Kristen Woods Hoover Hughes Heather Sanford Adam Dodway Jessica Lane ~iMcKinney John Eilers Larry Baxter Tim Reese Isaac Gaines Adam Dodway Travis Jackson Anthony Redden Sara Jolliffe Brian Hall Jennifer Jones Nelson McCtung David Kincaid !Wykle Kimeron Withrow David Jarvis !Barnette Lisa Fort Jenny Honaker Robin Westerik David Morgan Kevin Morgan Annie Mossburg Tonya Ritter Tana Schafer Mark VanBuren Tamia Barnes Kathy Boone Josh Duncan Mary Kathryn Lewis Chris McClung Nathan Musselman Chris Robards Jennifer Runyon David Smith Nathan Turner Elizabeth Wilson Matt Bordas Stacey Copland Karen Fort Andrea Napier Lara Nunley Mark Wise Ray Lewis Mirrolyn Stowers Derek Corbin Daniel Hudgins Samantha Simons Kathy Gains WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US (AND ABUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg, W. Va. 24901 WE'VE CHANGED FOR THE BETTER!! Star Real Estate Services Inc.- Rupert Branch Office is now Fox Realty / Rt. 60, Rupert 392-5030 Real Estate Betty L. Fox - Broker still have the same Local Agents Office to better serve you! The West Virginia School of Os- teopathic Medicine (WVSOM) Undergraduate Academy of Sports Medicine and Student Osteopathic Medical Association will sponsor the 1990 Greenbrier County Special Olympics May 19, 10 a.m., at Greenbrier East High School. The mission of the Special Olym- pics is to provide training and ath- letic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for develop- mentally disabled individuals by pro- viding them with opportunities to de- velop physical fitness and courage, experience joy, and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friend- ship with their families, other Special Olympians and the community. Winners in the local competition will be eligible to compete in an up- coming state competition. "Persons eligible for Special Olympics must be eight years or older, have been identified by an agency or professional as having a developmental disability, have a cognitive delay as determined by standardized measure, and have cognitive learning or vocational problems which require (or have re- quired) special-designed instruc- tions," according to John Manch- ester of the information office at WVSOM. For general information contact Dr John Mugaas at WVSOM, 647- 6214. To make a donation contact Shawn Johnson at 645-6270. For in- formation on participation or volun- teering, contact Kent Jameson at 645-6270. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, Lewisb g Intermediate Perfect Attendance May 17, 1990 3B Grade 5 Robert Wykle Matthew Musselman Derrick Smith David Morgan Sherry Robards Ben Asbury Amanda Irons Carrie Warren Kevin Morgan Kristy Fort Tina Boggs Andre' Seams Tangle Windon Tonya Rifler Amy Conlyn Mary Brown Adam Dodway Larry Baxter Chris Robards Matthew Hedrick Michelle Burdeaux John Eilers Raymond Brewer Nathan Turner James Parkes J.D. Halstead Suzanne Humphreys Michele Brown Crystal Vaughan Christy Wonyetye Daniel Huffman Lisa Fort Benji Defibaugh Elizabeth Wilson Jenny McClung Jennifer Huffman Anthony Redden Eric Eggleston Mark Wise Nick Carson Angie Hughes Julie Ha)brook Isaac Gaines Shannon Bender Wendy IDa Brian Hylton Brian Hall Alicia Houchins Jay Bennett Patrick Murphy David Lowe Andrea Kowol Shawn Huffman Jay Cochran David Weikle Monica Penn Travis Jackson Derek Corbin Daniel Adkins Alisha Piercy Grade 6 Sara Jolliffe Jason Harvey Marc Baker Kevin Pauley Thomas Bohrnstedt David Kincaid Steve Hinkle Christy Barnette Kelly Quick T.J. 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Lynch, Jim and Pat Van Dyke, Patsy Mustain, Eloise Sibold, Lois McCutcheon, Carol Lewis, Sue Via or Susan Ryan. Any one of these members will be glad to answer any questions you might have or appear at your club, just contact us. We met every Monday night at 7 p.m. at Union High School, Ms Lynch said. To date, the following have contributed to this cause: Greenbrier Jewelers Tom Bone Amy's Flowers Farmers Home Fire Circle B. Western Wilson Farm Equipment Insurance Monroe Pharmacy K-92 Radio Station Landco Gene and - Jim and Pat Van Dyke John's Paint Store Nadine Fullen Coast Guard The Craft Menagerie Cash Mart Super X Drugs Rudy's Comer Grill Hoke's TV Pickaway Lebanon Alpha Music, Parts & Plenty Home Dem Club Winklers Office Bostic Feed West Vaco and Supply Ran Fleeman Roma III Restaurant Brewer Office John Brown Jim Hines and Supply Linda Wilson Order of the Eastern Star Quilts Unlimited Phyllis Dunbar The First National Bank True Value Hardware Fullen Fertilizer of Ronceverte Western Sizzlin James and Hillsdale Home Dem. Club Monroe Motors Linda Dunbar Greenbriar Motors Hedricks Flower Shop Atlantic Financial T & J Electronics Bank of Monroe Circle Service Station British United Turkeys J & J Auto Parts Monroe Insurance of America B. F. Goodrich Dr Mark Kilcollin Christie Dozer Manely Hair Salon Ruby Wheeler Weikle Brothers Lumber Kitties Fabric Shop Vance's Stihl Chainsaws Bo Parker Kalico Kitchen ........ Ministerial Relief Fund Kathy Helvey Bob Irons Monroe Health Center Look For The Mountain Messenger Every Thursday --1 - PLANNING--- PLANTING .I IS ITGARDENING TIME YET? The last frost date for our area is May 10, 1990 This is the date by which our area should be frost free until fall. After this date we are usually safe to tender plants such as tomatoe, pepper, eggplant and melon. If you have started your own seed- liegs this year, be sure to allow them to harden-off or adjust to the outside to the outside temperature and sun and wind bum if they are not accus- tom to the outdoor conditions. Windy Knoll Nursery has a variety of I bedding plants both flowers and vegetables. Located I/4 mile north of 1-64 on US II 219, Windy Knoll Nursery is open Monday thru Saturday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm to help you with all your gar- L den and landscape needs. Mrs Fisk's Student Recital Set Piano students of Ann E. Fisk will present their recital May 20 at the First Church of God in Ronceverte at 2 p.m. Those participating include Sherry Lemons, Aaron Toothman, Paula Brooks, Megan Morgan, Lisa Bennett, Christy Kirk, Emily Fisk, Megan Toothman, Robin Walton, Julia Fisk, Susan Hedfick, Karen Lilly, Kelli Sizemore, Anna Ayers, Sarah Pall, Roger Trent, Erika Glarer, Tara Wyant, Judy Van Metre, Sarah Crookshanks, March McClelland, Beth Campbell, Kirsten Hill, Kelly Myers and Mercedes Cle- ments. High school seniors Anne Ayers, Sarah Crookshanks, Judy Van Metre and Roger Trent will be hon- ored. The public is cordially invited. 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