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Is Lewis-Bussard Attends Alderson Boy Ranks Hi The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 24, 1990 3B Ms Keadle is dedicated to introducing arts to children of the community through the school system. She is the grand- daughter of Lennie Roberts of Le- wisburg and daughter of Alice M. Roberts of Bristol, Virginia, formerly of Renick. The United States Achievement Academy announced today that Toby Fleshman has been named a United States National Award winner in History and Government. This award is an honor very few students attain. The Academy recognizes less than 10 per cent of all American high school students. Toby, who at- tends Alderson Junior High School, was nominated for this National Award by Ina Mae Painter, Geogra- phy and History Teacher, at Alder- The Greenbrier County winner of the second annual "Read Your Way to the Governor's Office" was Doug Brown, an eighth grader at Wil- liamsburg Junior high School. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Brown, and an honor student who is also active in sports and 4-H. Last year's winner was also from Williamsburg Junior High School, Warren Haynes. This contest, sponsored by West READ YOUR WAY THERE By Doug Brown Reading will help you prepare for the future by finding out more about your heritage and things happening around you. It helps you understand and learn more about things you are interested in. You can read a news- paper and find things about your area. The more you read, the wider your knowledge becomes. If you don't read, you will take away an The Rainelle High School Reun-son. He will appear in the United Virginia Library Commission, was essential path of learning. Without it, Jennifer Keadle o! Aloersovn m~- ion Coordinating Committee an-States Achievement Academy Offi- open to all junior high library users you may not be knowledgeable nounces the proposed reunion for cial Yearbook, published nationally, in all the counties in West Virginia. enough for a high paying job. How cently graduated from Westhamp- ton College, University of all graduates, former students and "Recognizing and supporting our Students were asked to write a one will you learn about the job field Richmond. Jennifer majored in staff from the years 1925 through youth is more important than ever page essay on how reading could you're interested in if you don't read Political Science. She is the G. Lewis-Bussard 1968. before in America's history. Cer- prepare them for the future, about it? By reading, you will learn daughter of Barry and Cecilia tainly United States Achievement more about yourself and other fa- Keadle. Miss Keadle is shown G. Lewis-Bussard recently The reunion is planned for July 3 Academy Award winners should be Entries were given to the local mous people, here with her mother and her d a paper at the annualthrough 5, 1992 at the Rainelle Jun- congratulated and appreciated for public libraries where one winner I Association of Community ior High School and Elementarytheir dedication to excellence and was chosen from each library. The only way to avoid making brother Scott. ior Colleges in Seattle, School Campus, formerly known as achievement," said Dr George Ste- These essays were sent to the West mistakes in the future is to learn :on. s Rainelle High School and Elemen- vens, Executive Director of the Virginia Library Commission atabout the ones we made in the past. ~topicof the presentation wa tary School. The campus will beUnited States Achievement Acad- Charleston who chose one entryImagine a world where everything 'Jag International Education in open for touring and visits all three emy. was printed in an unknown lan- Jral Community. Other mem- days, with emphasis July 4 on class The Academy selects winners from each of the 55 counties, guage. How would you find your )f the team were Barbara 'r Administrative Assistant to get-together and meetings at the upon the recommendation of teach- Fifty-five students were invited to way? This is unfortunately an every- school. As far as each individual ers, coaches, counselors or other eat lunch with the Governor at the day nightmare for some people. esident, and Dr Quintin class functions (dinners, picnics school sponsors. The criteria for se- Cultural Center. After eating lunch, These people are illiterate, and their ial, Director of International etc.) are concerned, that will be left lection are a student's academic the winners walked or "read" their masses will grow if not stopped ~[ion at Southwest Virginia up to each class, performance, interest and aptitude, way to the Governor's Office where soon enough by schools and organi- unity College (SVCC). leadership qualities, responsibility, a group picture was taken. Each zations. Lewis-Bussard is Co6rdina- Reunion Committee Chairman is enthusiasm, motivation to learn and student not only had the honor of The future of reading depends on ge Publications at SVCC.Joe McClung. The committee has improve, citizenship, attitude and being there, but he also received a the parents, teachers, and educa- ion responsibilities include met at Thelma's Chicken Hut in cooperative spirit, dependability, certificate and three books to take tors of today to properly train the Escape to the mountains... 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Serving as a commissioner Community College's If you are willing to volunteer, please phone Joe McClung at 438- 8712, Freddie Willey at 438-527:4, Lewis-Bussard is a founding Arnold Reed at 438-8985, Honus ~ember of the Russell Cul- Ross at 438-7122, or Patty Osborne Patrons. The organization at 438-7964. :~ddi~::to:mendation from a teacher home. children of mankind. Toby is the son of Jim and Joan Fleshman. His grandparents are Bill Holliday and the late Lib Holliday tll , and Garnett Fleshman and the late LewisFleshman, allofAIderson. His III " EXXO" i great grandmother is Bessie Holli- day of Clifton Forge~ Find thc thnc. III 2 liter Pepsi .......................................... 99 Have a lnanunogram. 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