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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 24, 1990 Adult Classes Set At Athens Enrichment programs for the lo- cal area'a high school students and senior citizens will share space on the Concord College campus this summer. The annual Summer Academy for able West Virginia high school students is accepting applications for the 1990 session from July 6 through August 10, said Academy CoSrdinator Randy Jennings, Con- cord will also offer two weekqong Elderhostel Programs for people at least 60 years of age, July 8-14 and July 15-21. The Summer Academy is an aca- dem~ experience, in whim students earn three to six hours of college credit, and one in which enrollees are helped in their transition into col- lege life, Mr Jennings said. Academy students participate in special off-campus excursions for theatrical and musical events, pic- nics, ,and other forms of recreation. On campus, they attend workshops on such topics as study skills and how to apply for financial aid. Stu- dents wilt live on campus Sunday evenings through Thursdays. Elder- hostel is a national program bringing local citizens and out-of-state learn- ers together for special classes and activities, including a trip to the out- door theatre at Grandview Park. Classes for the first session are "You're Not from Around Here. Are You?: American Dialects," "Fast For- ward: Art of the 20th Century," and Golf. Classes for the second week are "Stormy Weather: How to Read the Sky for Yourself," "Maximize Your Memory," and Tennis. Though the classes are designed exclusively for the Elderhostel age group, participants will be consid- ered college students for a week, living in a residence hall and dining in the college cafeteria. For informa- tion on Elderhostel, contact Co,Ordi- nator Cheryl Tucker in the Student Residential Life office at Concord. Either coSrdinator can be con- tacted by calling 1-800-344-6679 in West Virginia, or by dialing 384- 3115 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Potential enrollees may also write to Mr Jennings or Ms Tucker at Concord College, Athens 24712 Renick Town Council Meets Rate and Time Schedule for the White Sulphur Springs Municipal Pool 1990 Hours Sunday -- 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday -- Noon to 6 p.m. Closed for Fair Week -- Monday thru Friday Daily Rates Age 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult 4 years and under FREE Under 12 years . $1.50 12 years and up $2.00 Senior Citizen .75 POOL PARTIES Each party is for 2 hours Under 25 people, $45 25 people or more, $65 FEE MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE POOL PASSES Must be purchased at City Hall (Prices include tax) Single Pass $ 42.40 Family of 3 $116.60 Family of 4 $159.00 Senior Citizen $ 26.50 Seminar Held At Osteopathic One hundred twenty secretaries attended the recent West Virginia School of Osteopathic medicine (WVSOM) Secretarial Seminar, making it the largest in its six year history. The theme of the seminar, spon- sored by the WVSOM Classified Employees, was "Relating to Self and Others." According to Sue Mor- gan, coSrdinator of the event and a secretary at WVSOM, "The seminar is an opportunity for employee en- richment and a means of honoring secretaries during National Secre- taries Week." t Featured speakers were Charles Morris, division leader of the West Virginia University Extension sew. )ace Workshop Set Tw~ cf~s imposing new A "Use of~e Space Work- taxes~ere app;;~Sved on first reading shop" will be g~veh by Jo Weisbrod by the Renick Town Council at its monthly meeting May 7, The Council agreed to charge residents $3 for each dog they own. Additionally, a two-per-cent tax wilt be assessed on gas, electricity, and telephone utili- ties used by each household. Council member Bob Harvey, in a later interview, estimated the dog tax would raise from $60 to $90 per year, and the utilihes tax would raise a "few hundred dollars." per year. The monies would be used for street repairs. Second reading on both or- dinances will be given at a special meeting May 21, 7 p.m., at the Mount Hermon United Methodist Church. In other business, the Council accepted a $728.70 check from Van James of the Clear View Television, Incorporated, for the company's franchise with the town for the pe- riod October 1987 to April 1990. Mr James announced th,~t cable serv- ice to the company s ~,pproximately May 26, 2 to 5 p.m. at Lewsburg's Carnegie Hall. "Through moving individuals and groups in various combinations on proscenium stage space, the partici- pants will learn how to use stage space consciously, more effectively and creatively. Teens from Trillium dance classes and class partici- pants will move on stage in various arrangements. The workshop will explore the strengths arid limitations of types of space used," Ms Weis- bred explained. Ms Weisbrod has worked as a dancer, choreographer and director for thirty years in California, Thai- land, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia, She most recently pro- duced and directed a Trillium Dance Concert at Carnegie Hall. The workshop is sponsored by Trillium Collective, Ltd., a non-profit organization, Trillium Collective par- ticipants may contact Ms Weisbrod for discounts at 645-7615. Non- member charge is $7.50. What you do news to the Mountain Messenger! 647-5724 I 120 Renick area customers would be interrupted May 11 from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. while crews reiTtove cable lines from property leased by Vane Warner. The work was made neces- sary, he said, due to a request from Mr Warner to remove the lines. Mr James asked the Council if his company could pay its franchise on an annual basis. The Council approved the request pending legal work through its attorney, Jim Gerl. Representatives of the Renick Stickers 4-H Club appeared before the Council to propose a town-wide recycling program. Club members asked the town to support efforts to get such a program established. Council members asked the group's president, Brian Fields, to find out more about the program and bring his findings to the June meeting. It was agreed to spend $500 from coal severance funds to repair potholes in town streets. Mayor Donald Vandervort was authorized to hire two people for the work. The Council approved a commit- tee to update the Town ordinance book. The group includes Elwood Barkley, Nelson Dailey, Bob Harvey, and Evelyn Roberts, The next monthly meeting of the Council will be June 4, 7 p. m., at the Mount Hermon United Methodist ice: Robert Foster, assistant dean of clinical education at WVSOM and Sheri Hanshaw, a private Certified Social Worker, practitioner in Ron- ceverte. Presentations included: The Art of Getting Along With Others; Office Fitness: and In Search of Self: What E~er happened to the Real Me? The seminar concluded with a style show courtesy of Yarid's, Leggett Department Store, Sidney's, Cato's, the Artley Shop, and in- cluded "Sew it Yourself Fashions," by Debbie's Creations and Altera- tions, JoAnn Fabrics and Aide's Sewing Basket. Hairstyles and ma- keup were provided by The Esquire, White Sulphur Springs. WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS ' ~ TO US (AND ABUT 50, 000 O THER FPb.K S) ~ CONTAC~r ~E MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 647-5724 122 North Court Street Lowisburg, 24901 Church. / Top Doctor Russell L Stewart, D. O., of Sut- ton, a 1979 graduate of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medi- cine (WVSOM) received the distinc- tion of being the first WVSOM graduate to be named "Practitioner of the Year" at the 88th Annual Spring Convention of the West Vir- ginia Society of Osteopathic Medi- cine, Inc. in Barboursville. He was selected by a committee of physicians on the basis of his out- standing service to the osteopathic profession, the community, his pa- tients and WVSOM activities. Six faculty members from WVSOM were among 90 doctors of osteopathy (D.O.'s) to attend the convention which is held annually to update D.O.s on advances in osteo- pathic medicine, to elect new offi- cers, and as a forum for Society members to meet with colleagues. Olen E Jones, Jr, president of WVSOM, extended greetings from the school. James R Stookey, D.O., dean for academic affairs, Kendall Wilson, D.O. an adjunct faculty member, and John C Sharp, D.O.. of Marlinton, a 1981 graduate o! WVSOM conducted an Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy workshop. John Hibler, D. O., of Zanesville, Ohio, a 1979 graduate of WVSOM presented, "Is Your Patient's Skin Telling You Something?" Officers for 1990-91 appointed during the convention were: David R. Carr, D.O. of Gary, a 1981 gradu- ate of WVSOM, president; Ernest E. Miller, D. O. of Vienna, a 1982 graduate of WVSOM, president- elect: W. Jeffery Earley, D. O. of Pine Grove, a 1984 graduate of WVSOM, vice-president: Paul G. Kleman, D.O., associate professor for clinical sciences at WVSOM, secretary; Carlton G. Apgar, D.O. of Huntington, a member of the WVSOM Institutional Board of Advi- sors, treasurer; and Donald C. New- ell Jr, D. O., of Lochgelly, a member of the WVSOM Institutional Board of Advisors, immediate past president. Also attending the conference from WVSOM were Howard Hunt, D.O., associate professor of clinical education, Paul Herr, D.O., assocs- ate professor of clinical sciences. and Ralph Witlard, D.O. , associate dean for clinical education. The Auxiliary to the West Virginia Society of Osteopathic Medicine held its 47th annual meeting in con- junction with the medical conven- tion. Officers elected for Auxiliary from Lewisburg were: Barbara Kle- man, president; Romona Hunt, vice- president: and Lois Herr, treasurer. 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Sweet Memorial Hall at 8:15 a.m.; Coffman Cemetery at '10:15 a.m.; Confederate Cemetery in Lewisburg at 10:45 a.m.; Green- brier Memorial Gardens at 11 a,m.; and Lewisburg Cemetery at 11:30 a.m. Flags will be placed on graves in Rosewood Cemetery before lunch, then break for lunch at the Legion Hall, which will be served American Legion Auxiliary Services at Rosewood held at 1:45 p.m.; Clifton at Maxwelton at 2:15 p.m; Chapel at 2:30 p.m.; Lewis at 2:50 p.m.; Vago Church 3:15 p.m.; Enon Baptist Ch 3:30 p.m.; Calvary Church p.m.; and Old Stone Church i p,m, If any graves of service have been missed in the named cemeteries, it was tional. If someone will Post know, a flag will be for the ones missed. Any veteran, whether a of the American Legion or welcome to join in this Service. IS YOUR SAFETY SEAT INSTALLED CORRECTLY? Your child's safety depends on your willin use the safety seat correctly following manufacturer's instructions.., and to use time your child rides in a car. 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