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Lewisburg, West Virginia
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July 5, 1990

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The Mountain Mess= Thursday, July 5, 1990 7A ve. The second para- graph, however, advised hardening off before putting them in water. Sometimes, the book warned, too soft stems can rot before they have a chance to root in the water. So I left them overnight on the kitchen d prefer poor soil. I have one pitiful little sprig left in the bed. Unfortunately, despite my collec- tion of gardening books, t have learned all of this the hard way. The balance of gardening as always pre- ;epresentat Mauney came to Lewisburg as part of the chartering process which the group is now completing. She, and guest Wanda Holland, observed a Monday evening rehearsal and then quizzed the on the chapter, Dorcas Mitchell, Vice-President; Barbara Wygal (back left), Director; Wanda Holland, Greater Gaston Chorus, North Carolina, Barbara Mauney, Membership Development Representative for Region 14 and member of Queen Charlotte Chorus in North Carolina. International. love of harmony as reasons tor be- During a brief business meeting longing. Others credited the group newcomers roL are. EcoTheater continues to work with the Governor's Summer Youth Program. Kathy and ten young people from Greenbrier County are in the process of writing and devel~ oping local scenes for presentation !,,~,.,,,~,.," ~, ............. m ..... . ............ . !