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ht members of the of 1990 presented their final as members of the Band Thursday night at East High School Gym. Concert was the last of the 1990 for the Spartan Marching, Wind Ensemble and Jazz under the direction of Jeff and assistant Michael Pier- addition to the concerts, the also served as an awards for the instrumental music highest honor, the Bob Memorial Band Spirit for the best overall bands- was presented to Donna Ott, also received the Rainbow (presented annually to student). band leadership awards to Ellie Brown and Section leadership were presented to Everett Shall, Darren Williams, Brian Michael Staunton and ~ Wykle. the Karen Belt memorial Leadership awards were Mooney, Kathleen Cayanus Arlene McCormick, Musician- awards were presented to Ott and Daren Williams. Edith Atkinson Memorial and Dedication Award was to Rachel Miller. Special Inition, the "Friends" award, was given to Shirley Hicks, served as treasurer for two of the Music Boosters, and McMillion, outgoing presS- conclude the awards presen- a special reading was pre- by Tom Holbrook, a local program leader and sup- who read "A Letter to the Bandsmen." The evening's ended with a video pro- 'Jim Hicks and The Green- Hotel, followed by a choral trib- to the Spartan Band by mem- of the Greenbrier East Concert participating in their final included Richard Bland, ley Boone, Eleanor Brown, Cayanus, Elizabeth Dar- Amanda Eaton, Jennifer Inlet, Luther Hanson, Christi Brian Holbrook, Everett Veronica Mayor, Arlene Nell McMillion, Rachel Staci Mooney, Donna Ott, Perry, Crystal Ratliff, Tony Michael Shaver. so Elizabeth Smith, Michael Martha Thomas, Darren ares, Brien Williams, Chris Andrea Yates. WHAT YOU DO IS NEWS TO US (AND ABOUT 50,000 OTHER FOLKS) CONTACT THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER WITH YOUR NEWS 122 NORTH COURT ST. LEWlSBURG, 24901 647-5724 ITeacher. Award At Lewlsburg I Mary Beth Boone Mary Beth Boone, teacher at Lewisburg Intermediate School, has been awarded a Regional Education Service Agency "Exemplary Teach- ing Techniques Award" for the 1989- 90 school year She wilt receive $300 cash and will be recognized at the RESA Executive Board meeting. RESA represents six counties. The award was the result of a re- cent education law to recognize out- standing teachers and their tech- niques in teaching. A library has been established at the State De- partment of Education to contain a series of video tapes, classroom teaching strategies and lesson tech- niques from those teachers recog- nized. These recordings will be available for seminars and staff de- velopment for different programs throughout the state. Mrs Boone has been a teacher for 18 years at Lewisburg Intermedi- ate School. She is also a Girl Scout leader and is actively involved in 4-H Clubs. 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Camps are designed to help students refine their pre-college-level skills through Concord's educational facilities while having some summer fun on campus, said Academy Cod~rdinator Randy Budd. Areas of instruction include Broadcasting and keyboard camps Greenbrier East1 Alumnz News Nominations are now being ac- cepted through June 8 for the Greenbrier East High School Alumni Hall of Fame. Sponsored by the Student Coun- cil, the Alumni Hall of Fame is open to all Greenbfier East Alumni who graduated four or more years prior to nomination. Nominations must be in writing, must include an outline of the ac- complishments of the Greenbrier East graduate and the reasons for the nomination. A selection committee, made up of teachers at Greenbrier East and teachers who have retired from Greenbrier East, will meet to select up to four inductees to be honored at the 1990 Homecoming Week ac- tivities. Nominations should be mailed to: Alumni Hall of Fame, Greenbrier East High School, Lewisburg. Let- ters of nomination must be received by June 8. 647-5724 from June 17-22. Photography, Dance and Art camps, July 1-6; Choral, Drama and Newspaper/ Yearbook camps, July 8-13; Drum Major/Field Commander and Flag Corps camps, July 15-20; and Jazz and Percussion camps from July 22- 27. For further information, call 384- 5305 or write Randy Budd at Con- cord College Campus Box 13, Athens 24712. Alderson Youth Chad Thompson The United States Achievement Academy announced today that Chad Thompson has been named a national award winner in History and Government. This award is an honor very few students can attain. The Academy recognizes less than 10 per cent of all Ameri- can high school students. Chad, who attends Alderson Junior high School was nominated for this National Award by Ina Mae Painter, History and Government teacher at the school. Chad is the son of Edward and Carolyn Thompson of Alderson. His grandmother is Elizabeth Knapp. Ballard Christian School Gradu- ation took place May 24, on the school lawn. "To God Be the Glory" was the graduation theme using col- ors of red, white and blue. The pro- cessional was "Onward Christian Soldiers." Graduates marched to "Pomp and Circumstance/' Angela Harris, former graduate of Ballard Christian School, served as pianist for the service. Pledges of the Bible, American Flag, and Christian Flag were led by the graduating kinder- garten students. The National An- them was sung by the congregation and the Invocation was given by the President John Spencer The Choir sang "My Tribute" and Peggy Jo Harris and Krystal Rogers sang "Red, White, and Blue" accom- panied by the choir under the direc- tion of David Spencer and pianist Stephanie Harris. Ginger Reed, valedictorian, gave her address and challenge to the congregation and her fellow class- mates. She also received the Sena- tor Robert Byrd Scholarship Award in recognition of outstanding aca- demic performance. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Bill Reed of Peterstown, A Concord Academic Scholarship Award was presented to Stephanie Harris in recognition of outstanding academic performances. Stephanie is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Eddie Harris of Red Sulphur Springs. Miss Harris and Susan Bridges were sa- lutatorians. Miss Bridges is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Bridges of Cashmere. She plans to continue her education at Bob Jones Univer- sity in Greenville, South Carolina. The commencement address was given by Dr Tim Lee from Texas. Dr Lee is a Vietnam Veteran and evangelist. He challenged the graduates to "be a winner, not a could-have-been. Presentation of diplomas was made by the President 'due to the illness of the Founder Reverend Howard Spencer. Diplomas were presented to Susan Racheal Bridges, James Richard CIowers, Rebecca Lorraine Faris, Stephanie Donn Harris, Anthony Joel Hedrick, Douglas Mullins Jr., Ginger Renee Reed, Joseph Edward Spencer, Tara Nichote Spencer and Lucy Annette Toney. Kindergarten diplomas were pre- sented to Anna Marie Broughfman, Lydia May Brown, Melinda Ann Brown, Rochella Renee Cales, Dwight Cramer Huffman Jr, James Aaron Lucas, Hope Renee Often- berger, Lea Faith Spencer and Philip Nathanial Spencer. Dedication prayer and benedic- tion was given by Tim Spencer. White Sulphur Springs Elementary School Menu for June June 1 -- Fried Chicken, Tater Tots, Broccoli w/cheese, Cake, Roll, Milk; June 4 -- Turkey on Bun, Potato Wedges, Mixed Vegetables, Cake, Milk; June 5 -- Pizza, Salad, Peas, No-Bake Cookie, Milk; June 6 --- Spaghetti, Tossed Salad, Corn, Cookie, Roll, Milk; June 7 -- Fried Chicken, mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans, Fruit Cup, Roll, Milk; June 8 -- Turkey, Dressing, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Roll, Milk; June 11 -- Pizza, Peas, Salad, Milk, Pudding; June 12 -- Cook's Choice; June 13 -- Cook's Choice; June 14 -- Cook's Choice. 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