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' " f ~ The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, June 30, 1987 7A G reen brier Valley of Ju ,y June drop Calendar of events etre. the big annual ox roast in White r'~N' OGDEN July 1987 Su,phur Springs, sponsored bythe see them everywhere. All beans. Lift the boards daily and White Sulphur Springs Lions Club. ~,ff~ little green fruits on the remove them at the first signs of The theme this year, "Pride in the i~nd. The apple, peach and pear sprouting. Carrots require more USA" and it all begins at 11 am with '|e~are dropping what they can't particular treatment. They take Friday CARNEGIE HALL CINEMA CLUB flag raising ceremony at 12 noon. i~ to maturity and maybe we forever to germinate and need soft July 3 presents, "Singingin the Rain" at8pm. The White Sulphur Springs Lions "~ld take the hint. By the ground for easy emergence. The Contact: Carnegie Hall 645.79177. have been busy setting up artsand ~lning of July it's pretty much best material I've foundis chopped crafts displays, getting churches ~mined. Eitheryou'llhavecorn straw or wilted grass clippings Thursday-Sunday Third Annual GREENBRIER/AMERI- and groups ready for bake sales i~ltomatoes or you won't, spread very thinly. Carrots will July 2.5 CAN EXPRESS CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF and setting up for the big one day ~'~is not lost, however. Consider come up right through this n~ulch. TOURNAMENT at the Greenbrier extravaganza, Saturday, July 4th, And when you water, which you Resort, White Sulphur Springs. in downtown White Sulphur ',~B)ossibilities. Enough frost free . Contact: The Greenbrier 536-1110. ~remain to plant green beans, probably will do since they take so / Springs. ~ and cukes, and summer Iong to germinate, this thin cover There will be loads of l~Sh and a fall salad garden, prevents soil washing and keeps Monday-Saturday PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT by award entertainment on stage atthe Bank W~ with foresight last winter are the ground moist between July 16-August 15 winning West Virginia photographer, of White Sulphur Springs starting rrt~ nowwith short day varieties : soakings. Wide, thick rings of 9 a.m.-5 p.m. FRANK HERRERA. This exhibit of his right after the flag raising ~cond plantings. Some of us, new';paper around hills of squash Carnegie Hall photographs of "people and ceremony to be held by the o~h by no means ALL of us, means the young plants won't have machines", and "nature" was funded Veterans of Foreign Wars and a big v.~ been having frequent to compete with weeds for by the WV Dept. of Culture & History, parade at 5:30. and appeared at the Smlthsonian And for real eating, you'll not ~i~ers. It seems to be enough to available water. Spinach, lettuce Institution in Waashington, DC. ".e~the weeds grow, but is not (loose leaf) and mustard for Contact: Carnegie Hall 645-7917. want to miss the "OK Roast" being ~'==~dable enough for starting summer sowing will germinate served by the Lions Club, all ~. I know some parts of more completely if the seed is proceeds of which will go to the h~ County are pretty dry. But cooled first in the refrigerator for a Wednesday CARNEGIE HALL CINEMA CLUB many community projects of the ~ have the energy to put more week or two. Then water and mulch July 15 presents, "The Day the Earth Stood club and for sight conservation. ~bles in the ground, mulch is like carrots. You can increase the 645-7917.Sti11" at 8pro. Contact comegie Hall Entries are still being accepted ~;la}ly against summer heat and cover as the plants develop, for the Arts and Crafts, Bake Sales, ,,..-., ,o O..,..e..,e ,o,u,, .o0,or t.e o .ave ao m=~_., . the June drop is over. If you want Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.-Sun. ANYTHING GOES, a musical by cole interest, please call Andy Myles at 'lW " he~ost anything will serve, fresh vegetables in September, it's July 16-17-18-19 Porter. Curtain at 8pro. Contact: 304-536-1591. _.Jmds work nicely on rows of now or never. Fri.-Sat.-Sun. Greenbriar Valley Theatre Box Office: Plan to come to White Sulphur July 24-25-26 645.3838. Springs "Pride in the USA" July 4th Theatre Barn at Greenbrier celebration, sponsored by the Valley Airport White Sulphur Springs Lions Club~ Come bring the entire family, enjoy can learn to speak again, either by Fri.-Sat.~Sun. SPRING CREEK BENEFIT, a festival for all the free entertainment, the arts using an artificial larynx or by July 17-18-19 the family including camping, music, and crafts displays, the bake sales esophageal speech. The speaker Renick and work=hops benefitting American and good eating, also the big said that counseling is often Friend's Right Sharing of World parade planned for 5:30 that day needed along with therapy for Resources Project, andWVcoalltionfor Run Henstey is Chairman of the those suffering from communica- Homelessness and Hunger. Friday July 4th Lions Club Celebration. tion problems, musical program begins at 6:30pro. Parade Co-Chairman isAndy Myles Saturday workshops begin lOam, Duringthe business session, the musical program 5:30pro. Sunday with Dick Wyant. president, Twyla Wallace informed workshops begin at 10:30am. Contact: the members of a meeting she 645.1000. attended on June 14, in Washington, D.C., at which the , National Coalition on Nursing Wednesday CARNEGIE HALL CINEMA CLUB Needs (NCNN) was formed. This July 29 presents, "Lavender Hill Mob" at 8pm. U N 1Q U E P H Y $ i Q U E organization is composed of the Contact: Carnegie Hall 645-7917. - ~__~.J~ Federation for Acc#ssible Nursing - Education and Licensure (FANEL), - - - the National Assoc. of Practical Nurse Educ. and Service Anna (Susie) Moo. (NAPNES), and the Nat'l. Organiz. Fair WOMENS Degreefr the Advancement of AssociateNursing (NOAADN), ~ho Commu n Sty Health JU.E.SPEC,A,JU'Y' AUGUST ! sie areunitingtheireffortstomaintain be held September 12 thefourlevelsofnursingeducation to "* SELF DEFENSE and the present system of licensure. Mrs. Wallace represent- * AEROBICS "~11 Me ed FANEL and will serve as Interim July 1, is the deadline for health Department of Humane Hospital - oore C,.,m..,o,t,.n..or,.n,z*o. agencies and organizations to GreenbrierValley, and many more. Tuesday and Thursday She said other national register to participate in the The September 12 Health Fair organizations which agree with the September 12th Community willbeheldfroml0:00a.m.to4:00 3:30 to 5:30 afternoons ~~l~~dl"~e~1~llll ~~;ql,~ purpose, missions, and beliefs will Health Fair to be held at the p.m. in the Greenbrier Valley Mall, Adult $12.50 be invited to join. Greenbrier Valley Mall. So far, over sponsored by District 12 of the per Plans were discussed for the 25 organizations have agreed to West Virginia Nurses' Association, Student 10.00 month ---~rses Seminar on Aging to be held provide screening, counseling or the Interagency Council and Members FREE ~e~ September 19, from 8:30 a.m. to informational services free of Humana Hospital Greenbrier I "~! - 4:30 p.m. at the Greenbrier charge tothe public. Amongthese Valley. For more informaiton, call Babysitting available! the Greenbrier Hotel Barbara Walker at 645-3703, Ellie e~P~_ (Susie) Moore, speech Community College Center, groups are ad~pathologLstofLewisburg, Lewisburg, for nurses, administra- Clinic, Region IV School of Pefl~es at 647-4411, PamEskinsat Call 772-5085 -"..~llented a program on tors of long.term.care facilities, Practical Nursing, American Heart 645-1706, Jay Walker at 645. Problems of the social service workers, and senior Association, Home Care Plus, the 1070, or Wally Sabin at 645.3359. a_.,~lfnunication Jria~i for the.June meeting of citizens. EMS Council, Greenbrier -..;'~erned Nurses of West The next meeting will be July Physicians, Inc., Shriner's, White -- a___ We ill _ i~,a. The group was reformed 21st at Andrew S. Rowan Home, Sulphur Springs Family Care li~l"lj~ere are now, in the U.S., Sweet Springs, at 7 p.m. Members Center, Handicapped Children's WDeopen ,, ~l#_seven million people over are urged to invite other nurses, Service, West Virginia School of fo b si ~rl"~e of sixty-five, and fifty and tocombi,erides. Osteopathic Medicine, Pediatrics r u ness "-~lllt have some degree of ,tu~i[~i~nderstandlss. Some can hear but Sat u rday, July 4th ,,."~from so they withdraw _ _ . "_~._~. -_ .... ~,~ family groups. 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