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4B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 22, 1991 Turf Practice Underway at Greenbrier West High School Stretching exercises, under the direction of head coach Howard Hylton (pictured) end assistants, are the order of the day at Greenbrler West High School in Charmco as members of the 1991 Cavalier Football Team prepare for action. The players travel to Oak Hill High School for their first game of the season August 30. The gridiron practice is tak- . ing place each day at the athletic field on the school campus. Large Age Range Represented At Water Safety Course Junior Open Tennis Tournament By Autumn Eggleston The Lewisburg Junor Open TennlsToumament was held August 1-3 with over 100 boys and girls from age I0 to 18 from both Virginia and West Virginia participating. Courts were used at Lewisburg Junior High School, Greenbrier East High School, and HolloweU Park. Prior to the tournaments, a cookout was held at Hollowell Park for the players and their families. The toumament was sponsored by the City of Lewisburg. Ron Bohrnstedt was director of the activities; Butch Matheny was assis- tant director The organizers of the tournament thank the following persons and businesses for their assistance: Alleghany T-Shirts, Farmer Mac's Fas Check, Ellsworth and Katie Buck, Alien and Paula Carson, and the City of Lewlsburg. Singles Champions (winners listed in age divisions Gifts 18- and 16-year-olds - Emily Gibb of Pearisburg, Virginia 14-year olds - Heather McMiIIion of Bluefleld 12 -year olds - Drew Smith of Beckley I 0-year olds - Travis Eckley of Beckley Doubles Champions Girls 16 and under - Mackenzie Lemma and CoW Faber of Charleston 12 - Mackenzie Lemma and Courtney Kingston of Charleston Boys 18 - Kevin Bowers and Ethan Edwards of Charleston 16 -Jason Dew and Chris Allport of Beckley 14 - Ry Bohrnstedt and Reid Matheny of Lewisburg 12 - Brian Barit and J. R. Barit of Beckley Monroe Soccer League Calls for Players The first registration for the upcoming season of the Monroe Soccer League will be held at Union Elementary School Sep- tember 5 at 5 p.m. The first practice will follow the same day at 6 p.m. A second registration day wlll be held September I0, also at Union Elementary School at 5 p.m., with practice at 6 p.m. the same day. A schedule of games, most to be played Sunday after- noons from mid-September until the end of October, will be avail- able at the September 10 prac- tice, and distribution of uni- forms will be the same day. A fee of $7 will be charged each girl or boy upon registration to cover uniforms and administrative and insurance costs Shin guards will also be available for pur- chase at a small cost. Each player is required to wear the shin guards during all play. Two practices per week are sched- uled, Tuesday and Thursday af- temoons, at 6 p.m. There will be four teams this season, all determined by age: under 8 may include 5-year-old kindergarten participants, under 10, under 12, and under 14. T-shirts and sweatshirts with the league logo will be available for purchase for players and adults in a wide range of colors during the season. Parent par- ticipation is essential to admini- ster a wide variety of Jobs from concessions to field readiness, according to organizers. Parents are asked to call Cathy Johans at 832-6526 to volunteer Diane Mender By Carol Hall North House on CI Street in Lewisburg Is "the house that Jack more real sense, it is a history built--not in mortar, but in human heritage. With an ever-growl chives, North House Director Jacquelyn ognized a need and She contacted Dr. Howe, Public History tor at West Virginia explaining her problc mentioned the Telford tion Fellowship--an internship offered to a History student. Enter Diane Meador, tended Concord colic Athens and West versify at Morgantown, ing from the latter master's degree in tory. Meador explains the ~_~'L~j~& history course teaches how to do research ar ~~ -~'j~~ use this skill once the, It also hones their wrt{ J~-~ "It's a very practical i ,~ Meador says. "Welearl :~ ~ ' '~-I lem-solving skills, how ~.~,~ grant applications, and " ~ ""',~I (1) histories." Local winners of the Boys' 14 Doubles Division of the Lewisburg ' Her project in the local] Junior Open Tennis Tournament: Ry Bohrnsteflt (left), Reid Metheny, course was to choose an and Thomas Bohrnstedt, all of kswisburg, with Alex Miller of Fairmont house in MorgantoWt Persons ranging in age from 18 months to 61 years recently com- search out who owned pleted a swi iming and water safety course at the Greenbrler State I'll .......... " ................. lived there, and how theyl Forest Harts Run pool near Caldwell. Water safety Instructor Bill Gar- "I found all these third! ner directed the program. The 65 enrollees received instruction from a trip to the courthouse. J staff members who Included Bill Garner, Toby Garner, Cliff Baker, discovered wills; marriage. Andy Baker, Shelby Gorns, Kathy Garner, Linda Shires, Rick Shires, and death certificates; Tim Beale, and David Lipps. The lifeguards on duty for the sessions were Brltton Shaver, Walter Ray, Jennifer Schneider, and Shannon able to put. together an i~ Frazer, all seasonal lifeguards at Grsenbrier State Forest. ing history of the house, says. Mender says there of work in completing a Open your FREE .CHECKING account with One Valley Bank of Ronceverte and have the convenience of a One Valley Bank in your college town. FREE OWL CARD & FIRST ORDER OF CHECKS FREE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS NO MINIMUM BALANCE - - NO SERVICE CHARGE FDIC LENDER L.~visburg Rt. 219 N. 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