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At Osteopathic School Chris Mclntire Mclntire, a second year at the West Virginia School Medicine (WVSOM), the CIBA Award for Out- Community Service at the ~NVSOM Spring Awards Cere- 10. has been a volunteer Family Refuge Center in for two years. "Chris has really great," said Marga- co6rdinator of volunteers at e Center. "There have Other students who have it has been appreciated, has been the most" dedi- iFle tatks with the people stay- center, plays with the kids, dinner and cleans if it !to be done." will finish his class- and will start two years study in June. F. Jones of Lewisburg the WVSOM Outstanding citation for his "contin- enthusiasm and relent- behalf of the school." Clingman of Lewisburg re- distinguished service cita- her "nourishment, both her cooking and constant words of encouragement of the WVSOM commu- Peterson, D.O., of Oak of the WVSOM received a cita- Dr "tireless efforts on behalf Foundation's Capital raise funds for the new building." Schrlefer, Ph.D., associate functional biology, re- President's Outstanding Award. Robert Foster, professor of clinical and John Mugaas, professor of func- received the Atlas Key Awards for out- faculty and basic members. and staff members re- t's Awards of Excel- Employee Achievement Jones, Jr., president of Brackenrlch Brackenrich, daughter of Rita Bostic of Rupert, from Shepherd College at May 9. Attending were her parents; r Kathryn Cough- Meta Costa; Mr Lew Burkholder and daugh- is a 1986 gradu- West High School. Annual Awards As- received the Out- Student Award in the Division of the of Ecucation; Outstanding of the Home Economics- g Association; Among Students in Universities and Colleges ~rackenrich is the grand- of Mr and Mrs Joe Costa s Brackenrich, WVSOM, were Bryan Ross Martin, supervisor of institutional facilities, Alfred Akers, manager of computer services, Janis Johnson, laboratory supervisor, Jeff Dowdy, building service worker, Don Blankenship, institutional facilities worker, Trish Perkins, communications assistant, and secretaries Sue Morgan, Elayne Lette, and Diana Knotts. Staff members receiving recogni- tion from Student Government Asso- ciation President Claudia Robertson were Carolyn Bailey, associate dean of student affairs, Sharon Howard, student activities coSrdina- tor, Janice Johnson, Lynn Mugaas and Paul Cook, laboratory supervi- sors, Dennis Moloney, director of counseling services, Dottle Hellems, bookstore manager, Jane Sheppard and Paul Jackson, build- ing services workers and Chuck Carpenter, director of financial aid. Akram Mahmoud received the first $2000 WVSOM Alumni Asso- ciation Scholarship for the Outstand- ing Second Year Student. The Dr Roland P. Sharp President's Award and Foundation Award of Excellence for Student Achievement was given to James Michael Carlson, a first year stu- dent. PatrJcia tally, a first year stu- dent, received the Russell C. Mc- Caughan Scholarship from the Russell C. McCaughan Educational Fund of the National Osteopathic Foundation. The Earl K. Lyons, D.O. Memo- By Jonathan Wright Union and Gap Mills elementary schools each have two new comput- ers, thanks to a program initiated by Ashley's IGA in Union. During the winter the grocery store began offering a program in which the store would donate $1,500 for each $100,000 worth of cash register receipts turned in. The Monroe County Public Library, the Monroe County Day Care Center, Seneca Trail Christian Academy (in Ronceverte) and all Monroe County public schools are eligible to partici- pate. Union and Gap Mills are the only two schools to reach the amounts so far. Union Elementary School princi- pal Frank Upton said, "This is a great opportunity for our schools. I think it's a fine thing this business is doing to help our students." The school entered the program in mid- February and reached its first $100,000 goal in receipts in mid- April. After checking with several manufacturers of computers, with the help of the Board of Education office, the school purchased two Swan XT10 computers for a total of $1437.88. "Now we're busy working reach our next $100,000 [in cash register receipts]," Mr Upton said. The two computers brings to four the number of student-used comput- ers in the school. 'Td like eventually to see one in every classroom," Mr Upton said. 'Td prefer a computer IGA Helps 11, the Greenbrier Program Sponsored of the Mind" com peti- students Doug James Lewis, AI- and Mike Vincent took ors by scoring 200 project, The Wreck- a structure out of Which held 34 pounds hits from a pool represented a wrecking Bob McCoy was attend d to ess. lab at some point, because if the equipment is all together in one room, teachers can carry on lessons with them. But for now we're aiming on having one in every room so our kids can be exposed to them." Un- ion Elementary School has 247 stu- dents in 10 classrooms. Mr Upton added, "The wonderful thing about computers is that with their technology you can process so much information. Not only can stu- dents learn how to use them, but they can also learn a great deal with all the software that's now avail- able." Shane Ashley, owner of Ashley's IGA, said, "This is a proven program through our wholesaler, Virginia Foods of Bluefield. Both of us bene- fit through it. We feel strongly about the technology of computers. From the grocery business alone, it's clear that if you don't know how to use a computer, you're not going to' make it. We want students to be able to use them." The school has already collected $40,000 in receipts on their way to reaching the second $100,000. With help from parents and and the com- munity, the school may raise the needed amount several times before the program ends December-I, he said. The grocery awards $1,500 each time $100,000 in receipts is reached, regardless of how many times it has been reached previ- ously. rial Scholarship was presented to S. Kent Jameson, a second year stu- i dent. Matt Lively and Tom Hatten, first year students, receiv~ed the McGraw Hill Awards for Academic Excellence. Kathy Klug, a second year student, was given the CIBA award for academic achievement. Students recognized by the Stu- dent Government Association with a certificate of appreciation were Chris Mclntire and Akram Mahmoud. James Extine, Sigma Sigma Phi president recognized the members of the honorary fraternity. Members are Carl Jones, Mark Gloth, Scott Harron, S. Kent Jameson, Joe Cin- cinnati, Scott Kambiss, Andy Wat- son, Nick Bagnoli, Chart Devaul, Ben Smith, Ron Fleming, John Snyder, Jennifer Orndorff, Akrahm The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 31, 1990 3B Mahmoud and David Romine. Charlene Extine, Student Associ- ate Auxiliary president made a pres- entation in memory of Dr John Ktine, D.O., to his wife Jane. Rupert Elementary School Honor Roll Grade 3 -- Morgan John DiMascio Elliot Smith Valerie Heal Chad Heaster Angela Hlavacek Crystal Kanode Amanda Tincher Grade 4 -- Smith =~Aep Leah DiMascio Christy Drew "a" Hillary Palmer Jennifer Mitchell Jennifer Scarberry Carla Hanson April Franc(} Bobby Ailstock Dwight Bundy Heather Thomas Jamie Childers Meagan Sanford Frankie Lewis Grade 5--McClanahan -Am~ Grade 3 -- Taylor Jamie Edens "B" Stephen Schlachter Crystal Shaver Amy Thomas Shelly Robinson Erick Herndon "B" Heather Hanson Tara Blankenship Chris Callison Ryan Crookshanks Josh Canfield Crystal Daily Amanda Deitz Darla George Dennis Blankenship Travis Herndon Robin Kirby Grade --Crookshanks Josh Moore "A" Grade 5 --- Koon Traci Costa "A" Danielle Daily "B" Jairne Deitz B. 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