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6B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 2, 1990 I .> The Carnegie Column Information prepared by Carnegie tIall Staff and presented as a public service by the Mountain Mc,'ssenger, your community newspaper CARNEGIE HALL NEEDS YOU! We are in the middle of a two year, $100,000 reroofing project at Carnegie Hall. When it is completed, the building will be structurally sound again and the roof wilt no longer leak. We are very excited about reaching this point, for when we do we can begin to restore the interior of the Hall -- to make it a beautiful and pleasant place for ac- tivities of all kinds. Unfortunately, when workmen resumed work on the roof this spring, we were dismayed to dis- cover that the parapet on Carnegie's roof has completely deteriorated. We cannot continue the reroofing work until the parapet is totally re- built. We need an additional $40,000 to accomplish this task. We have already raised $21,000 of the amount, We are now asking for your help to raise the $19,000 needed to complete the parapet and to allow us to finish the entire reroofing proj- ect. Imagine how beautiful Carnegie Hall will be when it is restored. Think how proud we will be as a commu- nity to have worked together to real- ize this major goal. Consider how programs and events in the hall en- rich our lives and our children's lives. Weigh the economic benefits and impetus to tourism C&rnegie brings to Greenbrier Valley. Give to this very worthwhile -- and tax de- ductible -- cause, please. Your con- tribution (no matter what size) does make a difference. Send your sup- port to Carnegie Hall, 105 Church Street, Lewisburg VISA and Mas- terCard are accepted. CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL: Children of all ages are invited to watch three wonderful movies in the second session of our summer film festival, which will be held at Carne- gie Hall Wednesday, August 8 from 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. The films will be: "Call It Courage," "It's Tough Being A Bird" (Academy Award ani- mated short), and "Mister Gimme." There is no charge for the festival. Teen Suicide Hot Line Opened Teen Outreach, Inc., the Beck- ley-based suicide prevention organi- zation, has announced expansion of its service area with the addition of a toll free telephone number. 1-800-HEY TALK (1-800-439- 8255) is the phrase the not-for-profit group hopes to ingrain the minds of West Virginia teenagers who may find themselves in need of assis- tance during a traumatic experience. Teen outreach has been operat- ing since May of 1989 with the "Teens Helping Teens" concept, ac- cording to project founder Dr. Ahmed Faheem, a Beckley psychia- trist. "Our teenage volunteers are fully trained and under the supervi- sion of a specially trained adult when they man our phone lines ev- ery evening from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Our message is simple; when you have no one to talk to about a prob- lem that arises, call the Teen Out- reach hotline. Our policy is not to judge or criticize, but to offer a car- ing ear." Dr Faheem explains his program was modeled after the successful Boston organization known as "Samariteens." He feels the Teen Outreach effort has been successful too. "We have received 30 to 40 calls per month with just a local phone number in our first year. Imagine how many more troubled teens we might help with this state- wide tel# free number." Dr Faheem points out there are some areas of West Virginia that the toll free num- ber does not cover, but they are few. The big job now is to publicize the Teen Outreach service and toll free number on a regular basis. Meets With Ada Brackman The Rainelle Homemakers learned to make a twisted paper wreath at their regular meeting held July 17 at the Raineile Community Center. The hostess for the evening was Ada Brackman. The devotions were given by Peg Burns entitled "Independence Day." The club has donated to the Pennies for Friend- ship which is one of the priorities of the International Committee. The club sent a child to the annual 4-H Camp held at Anthony. The new County Vice President is Jannett Jeffries of the Richlands Club and the new Treasurer is Jo Ann Hed- dinger of the Frankford Club. Peg Burns and Kathy Mason are to do a centerpiece to be used at the National 4-H Convention to be held at The Greenbrier Hotel in No- vember. Achievement Day is Sep- tember 4 and the club will donate a door prize. The theme will be "The Greenbrier Vattey Economic Devel- opment Corporation and the speaker, Ramona Goutiere, director of the corporation. A Basket Bonanza workshop will be held Sep- tember 28 at the Organ Cave Com- munity Building. The Beckley area Enrichment meeting will be at Pipestem State Park November 13-14. A report was given about the International student and her activi- ties while she was in Greenbrier County. From the Rainelle Club. Pfc. T. J. Wygal Assigned Duty Marine Pfc. Timothy J. Wygal, son of Kenneth E. and Brenola G. Wygal of Union, recently reported for duty with 13th Marine Expedition- ary Unit, Camp Pendleton, Califor- nia. A 1989 graduate of Union High School, he joined the Marine Corps in September 1989. 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Med Gray 1989 Eagle Summit 4-Door ........................................................................ $1000 auto, air, "DL" equip., ETR AM/FM/stereo 1989 Chevrolet .................................................................................................. $2000 5.7 litre v8 entine, air, Scottsdale, 4x4, aluminum wheels, 8000 miles 1989 Olds, Calais 4-Door .......................................................................... $1200 auto, air, tilt wheel, power door locks ETR AM/FM Ask about our Mechanical Repair Protection Plan and our On-The-Spot Financing Capability 1 mile south of 1-64 Lewisburg, WV 645-2424 "56 Years Proud Because Our Promises Made Nita Honaker, Art Fulfills Life's those attendiqg were Mary Walker, Vivian Lushe)', Peg Burns, Ethel Hylton and Ada Brackman. Mary Walker, the County International Chairman along with County Presi- dent Ollie Hoover, Vice President Coleen Walton, Andrea Gainer and Andrez the international student, toured The Greenbrier Hotel. The annual picnic or tour will be August 21. The club decided to tour the cheese factory at Union. The club is sponsoring a Hot Dog Sale Thursday, August 9 at the VFW Building m Rainelle. There will be carry out delivery in Rainelle only. Call Vivian Lusher 438-6267 for more details. Helen Williams and Edna Tuckwiller are also on the committee. The pig in the poke was won by Ollie Hoover, Jane Dilley and Ethel Hylton. Janice McLaughlin of the Barn Craft Shop was on hand to teach the members how to make a paper twist wreath. Ms McLaughlin said she has all the supplies and will be willing to teach anyone who is interested how to make the wreaths. Those present were Helen Wil- liams, Ada Brackman, Ethel Hylton, Jane Dilley, Elma Dolinger, Jayne Wickline, Peg Burns, AIvertia McMann, Edna Tuckwiller, Vivian Lusher, Janet Johnson, Mary Walker and guests: Ollie Hoover and Janice McLaughlin. Let the Messenger Know About Your Club News Nita Honaker and her works of art. Nita Honaker's earliest ambition was to become an artist. She was always drawing when she was very young. This ambition was put aside to raise a family, but was brought to life again when she studied drawing and painting with Lewisburg artists Bob and June Anderson. "Wt~en I walked into their studio I was over- whelmed with the beauty of their paintings. I could see the "Old Mas- ters techniques in their work. 1 also found out how little I knew," Ms Honaker says. "In the next ten months -- looking and learning to see, really see, colors, shapes, light, and darkness was with me con- stantly. Everything looked so differ- ent. It was as if my eyes were see- ing for the first time. I will never for- get Bob and June and that wonder- ful experience," Ms Honaker said. Ms Honaker'is a member of the Greenbrier Artists. The group presents an annual Spring Art Show and Sale, usualty held the first of May at the Community College in Lewisburg. Ms Honaker works mostly in oils, but she does do an occasional water color. She also knits, sews and quilts, but painting is area of creativity. "There like sitting down to an and seeing something hour heart, hands when people like your to pay for it, that is Since participating class taught by Honaker has taken an life paintings. "Michael is tion and is really going his art," she con landscapes and change of pace for an likes the "character of 01i and the innocence of Ms Honaker's work is the Ravenwood Gallet Greenbrier Country Lewisburg. Nita Honaker, an craftsman, was born West Virginia. She Maryland, Virginia, Ohio gan; living now in husband, Gary and Tracey. She has two ters, Pamela and Alexis Virginia, and two Jade and Scarlette, Mere Lt. R. L. Burnwell Richard L. Burwell was commis- sioned 2nd Lieutenant in the Na- tional Guard July 7, during the Com- missioning Ceremonies held at Camp Dawson, Kingwood. He is a graduate of Bluefield State College, with a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice and an A.S. degree in Law Enforcement and a 1985 graduate of Umon High School. Burwell is the son of Bransford and Elizabeth Burwell of Sinks Grove. The Messenger Brings Good News 20 Pack 12 oz. cans 2 Liter RT, 219 NORTH LEWISBURG, W.VAI 645-1027 ROGER McDANIEL The management of Bill Lewis Motors is pleased to announce that Roger McDaniel is Salesman Of The Month for June, 1990. Stop by and ask Roger about the Silhouette that is available now at... Lewis Motors, Inc. 1 mile south of 1-64 Lewisburg, WV 645-2424 "56 Years Proud Because Our Promises Made Were Kept" New Christmas downtown area were the July 12 meeting of: erte Merchants and Awareness Miano said Bill Ott sample of the lights, wl' the shape of s will examine the the feagibility of the meeting. In other busim Susan White ex newly implemented gram. The first pickup she said, with five one business participation is gram progresses, she dents are asked to they have any to pick up. Collections second and third month. Three different minum, glass, and available free of charge Newspapers bundled. Pete Piercy of moving the the front of the Edgar Avenue. It is merchants that the from the beauty of the cal officials of the pany will decide will be re-located. Announcements ginning of the Island ket July 21, the cert featuring The August 4 at the am the newly formed munity Nursery, September. 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