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Lewisburg, West Virginia
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June 28, 1990

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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday. June 2~ lClqn Men Of Greenbrier At Pioneer Days No Spa Garbage On July 4 Show tunes and old favorite songs will fill the air when the men of Greenbrler perform on Friday, July 6, at 8 p.m. at the Martin/on United Methodist Church During intermission, the Poca- hontas Historical Society wdt present a Styles of Yesteryear fashion show. Admission to the concert is flee with a Pioneer Days badge. White Sulphur Springs w~il not collect garbage Wednesday. Juy 4 independence Day l-he Ckty em- ployees observe th~s as a legal hoti day. Mayor John H. Bowling said ti'e City wdi operate two trucks on "lhu~sday, July 5, to make Wednes day & [hursday scheduled cotlec tions. Rent To Own At 645-STAR O000000aOOOQOgOtOOOOOOOOOOB000 VCRs-TVs-STEREOs A PPL 1,4 NCEs-FURNI TURE No Down Payment No Credit Check Order By Phone 50% Cash Buyout Same Day Delivery Service Included /," Brand Name Products. No Long lerm Obligations hurtle . . . Star Oper, Rentals Men -Thurs 10-7 Next ~c 158 Seneca Trai Friday 10-8 Gada's IGA Fairleaww Saturday 9 6 , " ..~ " Minimum 2 week Rental 645-7827 ~; 41 41 4 4 4 4 d Resort... Continued from Page 1-A the variety of trails ir] the mea Miss Cooke, stable manag~! re ceived tier hamln9 from Ut~uditi] Manor Its one of the, largest equestrian schools in the country," her fath,~f sa~d R~ders may renl horses fO~ periods ranging from a half hour to an entire day A number of stables ate available for boarding The resort offers ,1! camping ,spaces for recreat~onai vehicle camping, witi~ water, electric, aP,~i sewage hookups Tent camping ':: also welcome 1 ~h'.nk th~s is ~ wonderful place ;o~ ;~t abo~x mWt)ody [o get away from ;t M~ Watsh said I iqe nve~ prowdes ,r very r;:~!axmg setting to~ f~hm(3 tX;tt:ng O~ ju4 s~t,mg and encvmg n~t~;re Whets ~eafiy nice, too, ~s that tJl this tr:mqu~ sceneW ~s st) (;lose 1o I.ew~sDu~g ]h~ngs are so peaceful hem its easy to forget you're just dowr] the h~N iron] town." -[he camp ~s open from 7 an]. 1o ") p m. each day dunng throughout th~ SLsr]]f!]~!r Future Dims call for a wat~r s',de and w r;ter ice katmg Grand Fireworks At Alderson On Fourth Of July Night Often described as "the best fire- works show in the area, "The Grand Fireworks Dtsplay at Atderson's Fourth of Juty Celebration prom~ses to live up to its reputation again thEs year. Work has already begun on the display which will be shown at the Chmax of the State's largest In- dependence Day Celebration Boasting moving, narrated ground displays, the show is totally designed, built and fired by the members of the Alderson Volunteer Fire DeparTment and Emergency Medical Services under the direction of H R McVey III and Charles M. Lobban Jr rhe sinew w~ll be put On at tile Alderson Athletic Field at 9:45 p.m. July 4. It will follow the Stage Show featunng "Gunshi." There is a small admission charge for the stage show and donations a~e accepted and appreciated. To make a dona- tion or for furti~er information, con- tact H. R or Detra McVey at 445- 7991 or Charles M. Lobban Jr at 445-7254 --.., RONCEVEI TI:. CttI_!RCtl ()r Till< NAZARINE A "/io#tx" um//dnlh. " " (' m/n/mllIV 610 l /esl Main Slreei l{onceverle, %V.Ya. 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Meeting at Rainelle City Hall, Thursday, July 5, 7p.m. Everyone McMillion United Methodist Church: Annual Hon}ecoming and Picnic, July 8, at the church picmc grounds. chumh was built in 1850 near Friars Hill by John and Mar/ha Palmer /ion and their family. All who are interested and those related to the lions are welcome to attend. Lewisburg Merchants Assoc. Meeting Thursday. July 5, 7.15 a.m., North House. Breakfast served $2.5O Men's Softball Tournament: Memorial Park, White Sulphur springs, July 7 and July 8. Trophies, $70; For more information call 536-2261 or 536-2285. Sponsored by Sulphur Rescue Squad Lewisburg Recycle Pick-Up: The c~ty will make their monthly pickup of recyclable materials the July 2 through 6. Renick community Vacation Bible School: Spring Creek Presbyterian Church, July 9-13. The daily sessions Bible-centered stores, activities and music. 9 a.m. to noon. Recreation refreshments will also be included in the schedule. All children and youth encouraged to attend. A program, open to the pubfic, will be the children and youth Friday, July 13, 11:30 a.m For more information, 497-3270. Forren--Burns Reunion: Saturday, July 7, at the picnic area of Moncove Lake, Gap Mills. The of Johnny W/l/am Forren and Myrtle burns Forren invite aft family friends to attend, starting at 10 a.m. and share a covered dish lunch at In case of rain the reumon will be held at the Gap Mills United Church. Baldwin Reunion: July 1, at the Renick Fire House. Everyone welcome. Annual Johnston(Johnson) Family Picnic: July 8: church grounds McMillion Methodist Church, Friars Hi//. welcome. Take your favorite lunch. Smith and Fleshman Reunion: All the relatives and friends of the late Willie and Rhoda Fleshman Smith~ invited to a reunion Saturday, July 7, at the W//age Park, Rupert. White Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce: Monday, July 2, 7 p.m., in the Wh#e Sulphur Springs Council City Hall. 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