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Lewisburg, West Virginia
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Robcrl Wilson Wilson Plays Local Dance Group nce Studio operated by am Collective, Ltd. at gton Street in will introduce an ac- when classes begm lt). Robert Wilson n to The Dance Studio of 1989 by an mterest mg and composmg Faculty mere- White choseone of [)mpositions for a sole) fall of 1989. He also Eileen Kramer's "Lullaby" and "The in" the Trilliurn .td.'s concert in May t~e participated as ~-1 m the Winter/Spring Improvisati(m classes Studio. Robert says the interplay be- dancers and his" mu- experience deepened rstanding of the sup- relationship between ad dance. " recalls her experience dance classes ~l~g child. "Part of the *eating their own had an ac- She would watch our 2n we would perform she would play the e we danced. I{ was She had the ability to Ollhal)ce our dances Robert has this abil- ;ked Robert to consider ng some children's Dance Studio. At- classes for four Served as accompa- 4 year aids and classes in the ~'Ssion. Beth is very Ic about the results (~t With her 4 year olds" K'ans I can work with on a rhythm or ;te , " P or sequence, and !mmediately supply a CCom pa ni men t. much more effective music!" She also fe- ttle members of the ion arid Adult Tech- /ere very pleased of Robert's ~r classes. tys his technique of adapts various : to the situation in the class. He improvises a waltz or march or melancholy theme rather than depending on other's compositions. He plays the piano, clarinet, and recorder, and occasionally sings. In the Fall 1~() classes as well as Adult '['echnique and l)ance Funda- mentals/ Improvisation. Robert Wilson holds BA and M M De- grees from West Virginia Uni- versity, and is continuing his training locally with Fran Belin and Gary Motlev. Fie was raised in White Sulphur Springs and currently lives in Lewisburg. Early Photos On Dis' The West Virginia Humanities Foundation funds a photo- graphic exhibit known as the Keller Photographs. These pho- tographs were taken in and around Summers, Fayette, and Wyoming counties at the turn of the century. Thev are an impor- tant record of "the history of these areas. This display will also help to educate the citizens at the area about their heritage. The di~)lay will bc on loan to the klonr()e County 1.ibrary' lrom September I to October 1. 'l't~e library will have these on display in conjunction with the tteritage Day Workshop to be held September 8 at the library. Military News Marine Cpl. Shane M. Eden- field, son of Mellie I. Edenfield of Charmco, and Col. Mark E. Nel- son, son of Billy R. Nelson, also of Charmco, recently departed on deployment to Okinawa, Ja- pan while serving with 1st Bat- talion, 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejetme, North Carolina. During the sk-