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June 14, 1990

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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 14, 1990 Alderson Brownies Hold First Meeting Welcome Brazilian Lady Iota Delta Greenbrier County Extension Homemakers will welcome Andreza de Carvalho Martins (a citizen of Brazil who is studying at West Vir- ginia University), June 26, when Ms Martins will be the houseguest of Beaulah Arthur of Clintonville. During her visit in the Greenbrier Valley, Ms Martins will discuss her country's customs and lifestyles at a special covered dish luncheon at the Clintonville Community Building June 27, which is open to the pub!it Registration is at 10:30 a.m. with lunch at noon. Ms Martins' p!esentation "Brazil: A Land of contrasts" is sponsored by West Virginia University Exten- sion Service and supported by the + Greenbrier County Extension Home- makers Council. A 22-year-old native of Rio de Janeiro, Ms Martins is majoring in child development and international studies. Monroe Volunteer Group Allison McMlllion, Beth Holcomb, Pamela Freeman, Alisha McClung, and Ashley McMillion. Alderson Brownie Girl Scout Troop is in the process of being organ- Ized. Their first meeting was held May 8. Participating in the day's activities were Allison McMillion, Beth Holcomb, Pamela Freeman, AI- Isha McClung, Ashley McMillion, Jerri Holcomb, Lindsay McMillion, Stephanle Smith, Ashley Vallandingham, and Renee Freeman. The pro- gram of the first meeting was planned by Shirley Perrine who was aided y Belinda McMIIlion. The leader of this troop will be Belinda McMillion. Any family wishing their daughters to participate should call Belinda at 445-2936. Addi- tional adult help is needed to make the program a success, and to provide the Girl Scout Program to all girls who wish to be a part of the program. McCtear (Monroe County Citi- zens on Litter Education and Recy- cling) is looking for a few good vol- unteers. In conjunction with the Division of Natural Resources, the group's ob- jectives are to coodinate a continu- ous plan of education, control, pre- vention and the elimination of litter in Monroe County. "McClear plans to educate the community oN the ef- fects of litter, put an end to illegal dumping, promote recycling pro- gram, involve county organizations in the Adopt-A-Highway program and start environmental programs within the schools," according to chairperson Julia Mustain. McClear meets every third Thurs- day at 7:30 p.m. alternating between Peterstown Library and Monroe County Library in Union. The next scheduled meeting is Thursday, June 21, at the Peterstown Library. Write a letter about your DAD and why he is so SPECIAL. Put it in an envelope with your Name, Age and Telephone No. and bring it to the Greenbrier Valley Mall and put it in the BIG BLUE mailbox inside of the. Mall. One very LUCKY DAD will win a complete : GAS GRILL PACKAGE. Judging will be Friday, June 15 and the winner wilt be notified by phone on Friday afternoon, The Prize on display in the window in the front of the mall. from ,BRIER VA c.THALL Iota members, Delta Kappa Gamma, who attended State were: (left to right) Row 1: Billie Jean Hutsenpiller, state Winifred Newman, Irma Powell, Beatrice Harvey, Susan Lake, Johnson. Row 2: Vickie Reed, Barbara Hall, Alma Hogsett, lihan. "Courage for Commitment" was the theme for the 49th Annual Con- vention of Alpha Phi State, Delta Kappa Gamma Society International for key women educators. It was held at Oglebay Park, Wheeling, WV on May 4, 5 and 6, 1990. Billie Jean Hutsenpilter, Barbara Hall, Beatrice Harvey, Irma Powell, Vickie Reed, Susan Lake, Dr Mary Relihan, Alma Hogsett and Betty Johnson of Greenbrier County's Iota Chapter participated. Mrs Hutsenpiller, Alpha State President, presided over business sessions, the Presidents' Banquet Attractive suites.., delicious dining... 24 Hr. security.., transportation... daily housekeeping, laundry svc.., no entrance fee.., monthly/daily rates... 252-5452 1-800-552-8785 Becklev | and the Awards Breakfast. vey, a past state president, as parliamentarian, present workshop of Legislation sented committee plans for theSI society's Golden Anniversary ing in 1991 at Huntington, Mrs Hall, Iota Chapter pres and Dr Relihan, incoming president, represented Iota in the Presidents' Proc~ the Presidents' Banquet. state Archives Chairman, committee report. She and Johnson also assisted Mrs piller with a skit in a workshop. Mrs Lake and Mrs state Music Co-chairmen, group singing at The Birthday Luncheon. Mrs rected, with Mrs Reed ing, the state chorus at the dents' Banquet May 5 Awards Breakfast May 6. 4 Hogsett and Mrs Johnson the state chorus. Mrs served as convention pianist, Powell gave the report of the acy Committee and led the of Allegtance to the Flag at Opening session. Iota Chapter received first award for their Chapter Bul} third place for their scrapbook certificate of participahon for sclippings. Dr Barbara Baker imrn~ past president of Delta Gamma International, was t~on guest and featured speaker. Miss Winifred Founder of Alpha Phi guest speaker at The Breakfast. "Commitment" theme of both addresses. Mrs Frances Witten, oast president of Alpha phi from Gary was the recipient Alpha Ph State Achieve Award. i Unin'WV Im iIj 'West Virginia's 772-3082 Big Little Ford Dealer" [ 772-3764 NEW I~ FIS0 4x4. XLT PakcaiCe. trans.Jk)aded. (me o~m~ro Io',~ miles ........ $15.9e0 NEW Farmer's Day NEW Hot! 1976 FIO0 133 W.B 4~ cyl., standard trans., owner, low miles I~0 V6, aulnmatic. A.M/FM. ......... Only air.. 1990 DODGE Ramcbarger, 4x40 V8, 1978 C20 CHEV. 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