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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, July 5, 1990 Club Cuts At Tabor Towers Tri-City Club Monthly News Lewisburg Yard Award Kiwanis Club president John Roerner (left), secretary/treasurer Mar- lone Pierson, and guest speaker John Mcllhenny gather around the West Virginia Cake during a special program at Tabor Towers June 20. The cake was part of a reception in commemoration of West Vir- ginia Day by the Kiwanis Club of Eastern Greenbrier/Lewisburg. The 25-member group, formed last November, has an ongoing partnership with the residents of the Lewisburg retirement home and conducts monthly social and educational events for them. Mr Mcllhenny spoke about the historical and natural attractions of the state. His program included videotapes on the history of the area and the recent reenact- ment of the Battle of Lewisburg. Reverend Roy Gwinn Retires From Fort Spring Church A dinner was recently held at Grace United Methodist Church at Fort Spring En honor of Reverend and Mrs Roy GwJnn. Reverend Gwinn has beer] the pastor at Grace since 1984. He has also served Cal- vary United Methodist Church, Mr. Vernon and Jane's Chapel since 1984, Mary Fullen and Reverend Roy Gwinn A silver engraved tray was pre- sented to Reverend Gwinn in honor of his retirement. The Tri-City Extension Home- makers Club held its regular monthly meeting June 6, at Saint James Episcopal Church, Lewisburg. Host- esses were Mary Eggert and Hyias Dotson. Refreshments were served before the r'neehng Martha Dixon called the meehng to order. Elva Ctemons had the de votions. 'Look at tile Flowers Today and Rejoyce Tomorrow." West Vir- ginia Craft Centerpieces witl be made of wood, silk and dried materi- als by several clubs for the National 4-H Agent Conference at The Greenbrier Hotel in November Mary Bell will ci]eck on making center- pieces and how many the home- makers' club is to make. A report on the International Bake sale at Kroger's was made. It was announced that Margaret St]an- klin is the County Belle and the can- didates for county offices are Vice President-Meta Costa and Janet Jefferies: Treasurer-Jo Anne Hed- dinger and Edith Wilson. ]here were 370 registered at the May Area meeting at the Brief Inn and 106 attended the Leadership Conference at the Youth Camp. Mary Betl reported she sent two school kits to Africa students. This meeting was reorganizahonal-- dates, lessons, leaders and host- esses were planned for next ~,ear The July meeting will be a pJcn~c on July 9, at 6:30 p.m. at Roncev- erte Island Park, Take food and drinks, chairs and table serwce. There were 11 members and one guest present at the June 6 meet- ing. 111 Messenger I lit Know out I Joe and Rosemary Dent The Greenbner Gardeners Gal- den Club chose the yard of Joe and Rosemary Dent as June's Yard-Of- lhe Month. The Dent's live at 201 Raven View Lane in Crowfield. July's yard will be chosen at the end of June. If you would like to enter, please call Karin McComas at 647- 3029. Pipestem Play Through July 7 Concord College Theater pres- ents A Midsummer Nights Dream at Pipestem State Park through Juty 7 at 8 p.m. The play is directed by Jim Lile. "It's a wonderfully brilliant com- edy about tove and music and love and confusion and love and loyalty and love. For nearly 400 years this play has remained a favorite of audi- ences all over the world," Mr Lile said. Admission is $3 for adults and $1.50 for children S-Th-~-es~'~__ in the Greater I Greenbrier Valley are free ... 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New officers elected for the coming year are: Linda Bare, Presi- dent: Virgima Hanna. Vice Presb dent: Martha Workman, Secretary and reporter: Erie Ann Crane, ] reasurer Program lessons and committee chairmen are: C~tizenship, Erie Ann Crane: Cultural Arts, Frankie The Club voted to help pay of the members children's way to Yester, H camp, Dennis Bare and Heat~Wman's Workman. the pots ( The next regular meehng will~ hose insh " 1'6 ~ng can the family p~cnic July 18, a~ .... p.m. at the new Park in Renick. I lost in one shall The August meeting wdt be att~ the shelf Renick Firehouse and each meet~ Water mt after will be held at the FirehoU,~ with the I Meetings are the third Wednesd~tseparate Montgomery Family Life, Virginia of each month at 1 p.m. Any0!termined Hanna: Health, Ada Crane: Hous- wishing to join or just attend a m~ tel and ing, Louise Giltitan: International, ~ng ~s welcome, brought Members attending were LoUi~ me. Clark, Virginia Hanna, Grace Myl~ Once Erie Ann Crane, Linda Bare, Fran~ pose ga Montgomery, Martha Workmaiturned t, Louise Gillilan. Guests were HeatN plants, y, Workman, Michelle Bare and J" might on~ sica Gillilan. I COuld c Grace Mytes: Safety, Linda Bare: Membership, Louise Clark: Devo- tions. Louise Gillilan: Public Rela- tions. Martha Workman Devotions were given by Louise Gillilan entitled The Colors of the Rainbow Blessing on the food was qiven by Grace Myles Gardeners' New Officers suggeste dium but ond alte graph, h, off befo~ Sometim soft sterr a chanc~ left then- Windows fore putti next day The gesting i~ always s level of kept thin nection needed ; again, y will leavt am tlapl:: one and convince is alway~ done ov complex go is as I gue: hardenin No more night?,, ( Greenbrier Gardeners Garden Club newly elected officers are (fr~ you'll be left) Karin McComas; publicity; Patty Ford, vice president; Pa~ rememb McGinnis (rear left) president; Valeria Barfield; secretary. Not ~["""""-- tured Anne Knight, treasurer. / Doctor Mossburg 't: eat :s !I/ To Concerned Nurses Grou Dr William Mossburg At the regular meeting of Con- cerned Nurses of West Virginia, June 19, members were informed by William Mossburg, M.D., that "We're on the edge of a revolution of how surgery ~s done" because of new technology using the laser. Dr Mossburg, a native West Virginian and a Fellow of the American Col- lege of Surgeons, spent ten years in Fairmont in thoracic surgery. He has now established a practice in Fairlea. He presented an educa- tional program explaining how a beam of light can be used as a cut- ting tool in certain situations.~,{ procedure can shorten the lengttf hospital stay. Dr Mossburg d tioned that some conditions re~ ing surgery must still be more conventional methods, cause of complications. During the business conducted by President Twyta lace, RN, there Was activities occurring throughou nation related to nursing and practice. 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