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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 7, 1990 Attention!!! GEHS Class of 1970 New Lewisbur Officers Named Return Registration Form by June 22 to Patty Harrah Dillon 807 Greenbrier Avenue Ronceverte 24970 Will attend picnic ($5 per family) Will attend party ($3 per couple) Picnic 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. GEHS Campus Party 8 p.m. - 1 a.m. Brier Inn Readin Holds Final Meetin The newly elected officers of the Lewisburg Elementary/Intermediate Schools PTO were installed by the outgoing co-presidents, Lila and Pete Bartos (right), Mary Cole Deitz (left), treasurer; Lou Ella Lewis, ~ ~retary; Cynthia Taylor, president. Other officers include John Deitz, treasurer; Sharon Rowe, vice president; and Dexter Taylor, president. Is A Circus' At Alderson Elementary Janlce Morgan (left), Ellen Morgan, Alice Roth, Cynthia Sabln, Novella Green, David Smith. The Greenbrier County Reading Council met May 7 for the final yearly meeting. After a covered dish dinner, President Paula Hoover pre- sented the new officer nominees who were duty elected. They are: David Smith, president, from Wil- liamsburg; Cynthia Sabin, from Wil- liamsburg, vice-president; Novella Green, second vice-president from Lewisburg Intermediate; Ellen Mor- gan, corresponding secretary from Rupert; Janice Morgan, recording secretary from Frankford; Alice Roth, treasurer from Frankford. Cynthia Sabin, last year's Green- brier County Readin.q Teacher of the Year; Jo Long, Teacher of the Year Committee chairman; and Steven Baldwin, County Superintendent of Schools, conducted the Awards Ceremony. Reading Teacher of the Year 1989-90 nominees were Con- nie Hilton, Darlene Richmond, De- borah Sprouse, Linda Thomas, Vaughn Zopp, Glee Nutter, Karen Lee McCtung and Connie Bryant. A" brief synopsis was given about each nominee present and flowers were presented. Then Jo Long named the selection of 1989-90 Greenbrier County Reading Teacher of the Year: Glee Nutter, teacher of Chap- ter 1 Reading at Rupert Elementary. 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 l i,, i i, Reading Clowns: Pat Baker (left), Betty Lightner, Mary Jones, Millie Tincher, Sharon Terry and kay Wright at Alderson School. "Reading Is A Circus" theme was carried out at AIderson Elementary School May 18, for the Last Reading ts Fundamental distribution for this school year. The students visited the "Big Top" to receive their free books, to see the ringmaster and clowns, and to enjoy the circus-like atmosphere. Many classroom teachers fol- lowed up the event with a circus movie, popcorn, related art activities and other "clowning" events. A 30- minute "spectacular silent reading" time was held in the afternoon. The children agreed that Reading Is A Circus! The School wishes to thank the following for their donations that made Reading Is Fundamental dis- tributions possible this year: Green- brier Valley National Bank, Alderson Rotary Club, AIderson Lions Club, Alderson Woman's Club, Alderson V.F.W. and Ladies' Auxiliary, Acme Limestone Company, Gadd's I.G.A., Alderson Elementary P.T.O., Alder- son Big Wheel, Dr Marilyn Glaser, Dr Don Wood, Mrs Virginia McLaughlin, Fire Department of the Federal Correctional Institution. Save $10 .8 cu. ft. $10 monthly* Kenmore microwave $186.27 with stirrer fan and turntable...our best thru 6/22 only (KT 89627) cooking system Compact .4 cu. ft, Kenmore microwave (KT 89112) ,~:lve $|0 $10 monthly* $88 LXl full-size VHS comcorder includes light, telephoto lens, battery and hard case. 3-1ux for low-light. 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Court Street Lewisburg, W.Va. 24901 ~fi~ ~.~ or Your Money Back HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 9 AM ' 6 PM PHONE: 645-3121 By ANDREA GAINER WVU Extension Agent, Home Economics, Greenbrier Does your community have a "recreation problem?" And does your community have problems be- cause of limited or absence of rec- reation opportunities? More of the smaller communities are recognizing the values of rec- reation and leisure time activities and want to do something about recreation planning. How do you go about it? It's a recognized fact, and demonstrated frequently, that group action has more influence and strength than the scattered efforts of individuals with the same goals. The old adage, "in union there is strength," holds true especially if there is singleness of purpose. This comes about through communica- tion, in other words "calling a meet- ing" or conference Get together with people who have the same feelings or view as you, plus some who have experi- ence or training in recreation. School teachers and Extension Service agents are good examples. Be sure to include persons who are considered leaders or who are elected or appointed officials of the community. In your recreation planning con- sider activities, facilities and pro- grams in two main areas that pro- vide: (1) physical and, (2) passive recreation: that is, "body" and ath- letic types and also cultural or men- tal activities to provide growth in all dimensions of living These may range from conduct- ing art and craft classes for the com- munity at large, to classes or les- sons in outdoor safety leaders and families that special sessions in or archery. Special interest groups vide both social outlets and velopment in the form of view and discussion or coin collector's club, a a natural history or bird Many activities can be hobbies. Don't forget the very the elderly. 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