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lOB i The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, September 1, 1987 Calendar of Events September 1987 I Saturday RURITAN'S OLD TIME FARMERS DAY. September 5 Food, fun, and games. Musser Farm. Contact: George Musser 645-2718. Saturday September 12 Monday Septenber 14 Thursday-Sunday September 27-20 Friday September 18 Saturday & Sunday September 19 & 20 Community Health Fair: Sponsored by WV Nurses Association; co+sponsored by Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley Interagency Council From 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Greenbrier Valley Mall. Contact: Interagency Council at 645-3048 for more information 411 Classes begin at Carnegie Hall For more information contact Carnegie Hall at 645-7917. Constitutional Bicentennail Celebra- tion Special displays, contests, lectures and films to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the U.S, Constitution. Seminars will be held at the public schools; activities for children and adults at the Greenbrier County Library. Chief Justice Darrel McGraw WV Supreme Court of Appeals wilt speak on September 18. For more information contact: Greenbrier County Library at 645-2350. Carnegie Hall Cinema Club presents, "The General" at 8:00 p.m. Contact: Carnegie Hall 645- 7917. L Arts and Crafts Fall Festival: Features 74 booths with a wide variety of hand. ~rafted items by West Virginia artisans as well as artisans from five neighboring states. Alderson Junior High School Gymnasium 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 pm. Saturday; noon to 5:00 p.m. + Sunday. Contact Karen Lobban for more information 445-7730 Saturday September 26 Shriners Parade and Greenbrier East High School Football Parade wilt begin at 5:00 p.m. and will feature the bands of Greenbrier County High School and Junior High Schools. Greenbrier East High School will play Mt. View High School of Welch at 7:30 p+m+ For more information contact Eugene Spence at 645-2777. Saturday September 26 Fall Festival: Pearl S. Buck Museum. Contact Dr. Robert Baber, Hillsboro West Virginia 653-4430 Saturday Autumn Harvest Festival: West Virginia September26 University Willow Bend Farm. LCofitact: Bill Clark, Union for more information - 772+3003. ill i i Ar nual ptcnic Recently, the Heritage Extension Homemakers and friends gathered at the home of Francis arid Carrie Light on Judy, vilte Rd. for the Club's a~nual picnic. Those attending were: Thelma and Simeon Berkley; Opal Crone; Elizabeth and Geraldine Compton; Oretha Craft; Mary Alice Burgess; Beulah and Jim Faithe; Frances and Don Humphries; Irene Hanshaw; Gall Auldrich; Mark t~asdorpn; ti~e host and hostess. After their meal, the President, Irene, called a short business meeting to discuss duties at camp on achievement day, September lOth. Thelma Berkley was elected Treasurer for '87 & '88. Council President will be Blanche Hanger, OIlie Hoover will be Secretary, The evening of fellowship was enjoyed by all. Seneca Bank becomes One Valley Bankcorp Paul G. Kle,~ Kleman appointed WVSOM associate dean Paul G. Kleman, D.O., has been apointed WVSOM Associate Dean for Clinical Sciences/Postgrad- uate Education. Dr. Kleman, who has served as Acting Associate Dean for Clinical Training at WVSOM during last year, was appointed to the permanent associate dean's position by WVSOM President Olen E. Jones, Jr. upon recommenda- tion of a campus search and screening committee. In his new position, Dr. Kleman is responsible for administration of WVSOM's clinical training program for third and fourth year students He also directs the new WVSOM internship program and is developing a WVSOM-sponsored family practice residency. In addition, the WVSOM campus clinic now falls under Dr. Kleman's supervision. A long-time WVSOM faculty member and administrator, Dr. Kleman joined the Lewisburg osteopathic medical college in 1977. In recent years, he has been responsible for a clinical training program that encompasses hospitals and clinical training sites throughout West Virginia"-a~d the eastern seaboard. Under his direction, approxi- mately 65% of WVSOM's clinical training programs have been conducted within the state of West Virginia. Additionally, Dr. Kleman has directed the expansion of WVSOM's postgraduate training efforts in the Mountain State. WVSOM now has 19 interns in training in Logan General Hospital, Ohio Valley Medical Center in Wheeling, Welch Emergency Hospital and Huntington Hospital, plus Tennessee's Manchester Medical Center. One Valley Bancorp today "Beginning September l you will A 1967 graduate of the Kansas announced that September 1, begin seeing the ONE VALLEY Cit Colle e of 1987, all its affiliate banks will BANK name on our signs, MeYicine, gr+ KleOStnepathlic operate statewide under a new buildings, account for.ms, general practice n Arizona before corporate identy, ONE VALLEY corresponaence, ano aeverusmg," j'oinin~ WVSOM. He ~s' I'mmpcli~t# ............ BANK. The announcement was Goodwm noted.. ..... past president of the West Virginia made by President and Chief wltn tne aoamon, aT farmers. ~' Society of Osteopath c Med ...... c n~ Executive Officer Robert F. Merchants Bank m Summerswlle memberof the Amertcan ' Baronner and, in Ronceverte, by on August 31, One Valley Banks Osteo athic Associ ' ~t Seneca National Bank President will serve West Virginia marke~s VirginTa Society ~t'(~sttehepWi~ic Thomas E. Goodwin. with over 725,000 people and 41 ~G Medicine, 6th Academ,v Ampr e'~n Baronner emphasized that, of !he state's total deposits; College of Osteopathic General despite the name change, each Starting in 1982 with one oanK ana Practitioners American Osteona- affiliate bank will continue to be a a single location, in five years One hic Academy of Sports Me-cic-ne, separate community bank Valley Bank hastrlpled itss~zeto Academy Osteopathic Directors of opOerated by its own board of $1.5 billion in assests, with 30 Medical Educat on and fh,~ directors and management group, separate banking locations in 19 Association for Medical Education All decisions regarding customers, clbes and towns statewede, and Research in Substance Abuse. loans and services wilt continue to be made by the local bank. ~~tll II IIPLIE IG +-- "/t,''''''" |i UCI %IEI VICIP /) O'"n'S'+''''n"n'n'''+'u"''r'"'" Heavy Equipment, and Farm Equtpment. ~ \ " iOur ~ do Road Service Available. 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