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June 14, 1990

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6B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 14, 1990 Four Davis Stuart Local Band Youth Graduate Wins Title Shelby Harris The Lewisburg Junior High School Band won the title of Junior High Honor Band at the Strawberry Festival in Buckhannon. The 123- member Lewisburg band competed with bands from the Eastern United States. The group received a supe- rior rating in parade competitions. The band participated in the Firman's Parade and in the Grand Parade and Field Competition. Lewisburg Junior High School placed second in the parade and won the Grand Championship tro- phy for the best flag and best major- ette corps in the entire parade. Competition at the Strawberry Festi- val included high school as well as junior high school bands from the eastern U. S., South Dakota and Canada. Lewisburg's band per- formed the Star Spangled Banner to open the high school field competi- tion and performed their half time show in exhibition. The band is un- der the direction of Charley Fauber. Future Business Leaders At West tulip Grubb Five members of the Greenbrier West Future Business Leaders at- tended the State Leadership Confer- ence at the West Virginia University- Parkersburg campus in May. Two students participated in business contests, two were voting delegates, and one was a sophomore ob- server. Lisa Snead, a senior from Rainelle, won second place in the Business Calculation Contest. This test consists of 100 business prob- lems, mark-up, mark-down, gross profit, net profit, discounts, insur- ance premium, etcetera. Jennifer Kashola from Quinwood took the Accounting II Contest, a 100-ques- tion objective test on corporate and partnership accounting. Other students attending were Lorie Morris, Anna Osborne, and Junto Bennett, all of Rainlie. The students were accompanied by their advisors, Martha McClung and Susan Hutsenpiller. Lillies of the Valley Joe McCutcheon Renick Junior Renick stralght-A students for third nine weeks with Jerry Traylor (cen- ter): tulle Hanna (left), Paula Van Reenen, Amy Yates, Louise Hickey, Lois Perkins, and Laura Bell Renlck most-improved students for third nine weeks with Jerry Traylor (center): Dennis Bittinger (left) and Chris Shannon By ANDREA GAINER WVU Extension Agent, Home Economics, Greenbrier County SEPARATION SCARES YOUNG CHILDREN -- Do you have a weepy toddler who clings to you ev- ery time you reach for your coat? During their first three years, most youngsters cannot bear to let their parents leave. A very young child may not realize you still exist when you are out of sight. Little by little, children work through the situation. Parents can ease their fears and smooth the road to independence. Let's examine these suggestions. Talk to your child beforehand about where you are going and why. Never sneak away. Always tell' the child when you must leave and when you will return. Follow a routine. It is easier for young children to let go of you if you leave about the same time every day. You might arrange a special activity just before you leave. Chil- dren also feel better if they know you will return at a certain time, such as after a nap or when the clock familiar. You may want to new sitter to come for a visit he or she stays alone with child. Or you might spend a two at the day care center with child before he/she stays alone. Play games with your help him/her act out fears. boo or hide and seek helps a learn that a person can and reappear. Let your child take familiar to a new place. A or a blanket will remind your you and home, which helps feel safer in a strange place. Plenty of love is most important thing a parent give a child. The more love you your baby, the more lovable she will become and the easier be for that child to others. 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