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2A The , un,ain Mes,enger, Thu,,day, July 19, ,990 t , WVSOM . . . Liquor... ! Flag Flies High J Continued From Pg. 1-A Continued From Pg. 1-A By Jonathan Wright ~,ext most vital campus project -- ~enovating the quadrangle area which witt include a much*needed ~;xpansion of our medical library," he ::~dds [he project Ls slated for compte- ton w~thin 14 months The general contlactor for the $3 million project {s Multiplex, lnc of SummersvJile. "The community is welcome to watch the progress being made on the project once the fence is erected," Mr Miller explains. He does however regret any inconven- ience caused by closing off the play- ing fields during the construction process. Lodge . . . Continued From Pg. 1-A Gilbert serves as president of the group, which promotes travel along U.S. 60. Although the lodge itself has no Monroe County contains only one zone, which also mctudes ttle Town of Aldersor:. Alderson iies ~ both Greenbrier and Monroe coun ties, No information on the divisior~ of Pocahontas County was released by the newly formed Licensing Board In addition to deciding where to draw boundaries for market zones, the Licensing Board voted on the types of licenses authorized v~thin each zone. Class A licenses will per- mit the licensee to open as many outlets as the Board determines ap- propriate for the zone, Class B li- censes are single-outlet licenses. Only one license per market zone may be awarded to a particular bid- der, according to Senate Bill 337 which pertains to the sale of the liq- uor stores. Desptte uncertainty over bound- ary lines, Ronceverte's Fort Hill, located on U.S. Highway 219 at the Greenbrier River Bridge, once again sports a United States flag on its summft. Former mty resident David Church and five other young men climbed the north face of the bill June 2 and fixed a 21-foot steel pole on a 35-foot-high oak tree. The flag flies at the top of the pole and is approximately 50 feet from the ground. It flew over the White House for one day and was donated by North Morgan of Ronceverte, who received ~t from his son Mark. Mr Church has been raising flags on Fort Hill since 1976 and is attempting to increase interest in constructing a permanent flag pole there. A bank account at First Na- tional Bank in Ronceverte has been opened for the future work, he said. The City of Ronceverte owns the north face of Fort Hill, according to O Bethel Pentecostal Holiness Church Annual Pie Supper & Gospel Sing, Hokes Mill Road Organ Cave Saturday July 21, 4 p.m. til 9 p m. Take~rnes R E chairs, enjoy an evening of food,'mus~c and fellowsl~Jp Pastor G~ry Storms.' tjchac, I CI Greenbrier County Solid Waste Authority Carroll D00 Monthly meeting, July 19, 7.'30 pro.. Courthouse. ames R E ~c hael CI Miller Reunion Car Descendants of Jacob Miller, July 29, begJnmng at 10:30 a.m., Comer's Grove, 1/2 mile off U. S. 219 on Road near Rock Camp. Covered-dish picnic at noon, friends of the family welcome. John R. Napier Family Reunion Saturday July 28. Harts Run Picnic Shelter #1. All friends and family are invited. Take a picnic lunch. Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church Saturday, July 21 and Wednesday, July 25, 8:20 a.m. Rosary recitation after the 8 a.m. daily Mass. "Good Grief: A group for those undergoing the traumas of sorrow from divorce, death or the loss or separation of an one will meet Thursday, July 19 at 7 p.m. in Tuke Haft of Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, White Springs. All are welcome. Bible School The Highland Baptist Church on Muddy Creek Mountain, will have their Bible School July 30 through Au at 6 p.m. to 8.'30 p.m. each evening. All children welcome. Seneca Trail C. B. Club Ice cream s~ Saturda July 21 at the Renic~ Fire Hou. 6 tit ? Menu me hot