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10A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 20, 199(: Shady Oaks Restaurant Opens Near Alta 1-64 Exit Meeting Held Shady Oaks Restaurant and Convenience Store at the Alta exit is one of Interstate 64's newest businesses. Pictured are restaurant manager David VanHorn (left); head chef Winston WaRe; Jean Hinkle, who owns the complex with husband Lonnle; and waitress Ruth Shafer. "There was a definite need for a place like this at the Alta exit," Mr HInkle said. "1 think we have a very good location, and we're looking forward to doing business here." Future plans call for the construc- tion of 32 apartments, a car wash, a used automobile dealership, and a banquet room. The convenience store, gas service, and restaurant opened August 20. The restaurant displays works of artists Garry Burns of Trout and Shelby Kincaid of Rupert. VFW Needs Volunteers For Veterans' Mary Walker, Hospital Chair- man for the John Page VFW Auxiliary #4484, announced the need for additional volunteers to help at the Heartland Nursing Home in R_ainelle and VA Medi- cal Center. "Teenagers, young adults and senior citizens all have special II I I I I IIII IIII L2850 GST 27 Fro HP* l~lll)ola's Xclu~,ivc "'Glideshift" transmission From 1st to 811), both fi,r- ward and reverse, all gears shifting can be accomplished without clutching. 4 wheel drive Power steering + "I~,o speed rear/mid PTO Easy Checker" panel Variety of iJ aplemems Was $16,700 Now $12,700 SN80180 32 Fill HP" * Compact design Spacious operator's area Reverse air cooling from the radiator l.ow maintenance, high longevity Easy Checker panel Partial Synchronized I | ~)llSl|li',~il in 2 or "l ~A. JI~'Cl alive IIIICgl;ll |~,Wt'l s|'t'l'lllg ~+;II'iCtv it| t'oliill;llil,lt" iilil ,lt'lil,Cl)1% * /~.ial)ulaclurcr'u |~,slinl:llC Was $16,100 Now $12,300 SN50074 Nothing like it on earth: t . Rodger'S Fmrlea Equipqnent Rt. 219 Fairlea 645.2400 II IIII I I ways they can help the patients and we need everyone's help," she said. "Currently we have men and women volunteering in the Hos- plia] and Veterans Administra- tion Voluntary Service program sponsored by the Auxiliary. These volunteers provide extra services that the medical staff do not have time to perform such as reading mall or books to the pa- The Board of Directors of the three-county Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corpora- tion presented the membership a proposed draft of a mission statement, strategy outline, and by-laws for the group September 12 at the Brier Inn in Lewisburg. The corporation, organized to stimulate and nurture economic growth in Monroe, Pocahontas, and Greenbrier counties, will vote on final approval of the statement, strategies, and by- laws October 3, 7 p.m., at the Brier Inn. The mission statement says the group's purpose is "to achieve orderly, long-term growth in employment and busi- ness actlvity...by creatively ap- plying the talents, knowledge, and skills of the Oreenbrler Valley's most valuable resource: people." Among proposals sug- gested by the strategy plan are a comprehensive economic devel- opment program, clerical assis- tant, marketing program, in- creased public relations, and other proposals. It also recom- mends an inventory of all eco- nomic development resources available in the three-county area, cofperation with existing organizations in promoting proj- ects that improve the appeal and quality of life in the area, and implementation of general adver- tising and promotional programs to increase interest in the Green- brier Valley as a business loca- tion. The by-laws call for quarterly meetings in January, April, July, and October, with the October meeting serving as the corporation's annual meeting. The expansion of the Board of tieR,s, writing letters for them, Directors from the present nine playing games or simply provid- " members (three from each county) to 15 (five from each ing companionship. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars is an organization dedicated to helping veterans, promoting patriotism, combating drug abuse and serv- Ing the community. county) is proposed. Current board members from Monroe County are Bill Clark, Tom Francis, and Bill Sibold. Pocahontas County members are Fred Burns. John LaRue, and Bob Mann. Greenbrier County members are Bill Higginbotham, Charles Mundy, and Liz Scott. Officers include president Pete Piercy, vice-president George Kitchen. secretary Helen Searle. and treasurer Bill Sturglll. Ra- mona Goutiere serves as execu- tive director. B I G B I NGO BUCKS West VLrginia State Fairgrounds, F Iea,,WV Sunday October 14, 1990 - 2:00 PM 6'17-4087 $5,000 GuaranteedDoors Open 12 Noon Sponsered By Ronceverte Lions Club HEAT AND SERVE > MUSEUM PARKING m Museum By Jonathan Wright An historic Victorian fence on the west side of the North House Museum in Lewisburg was re- cently installed by the Green- brier Gardeners Garden Club. The fence originally surrounded the grounds of the Greenbrier County Courthouse on Court Street. The installation was part el an ongoing project of the club to beautify the grounds of the building, which was constructed in 1820 and now draws tourists each year from May to October. According to Emily Shlrey, chair- nmn of the garden club project, the Greenbrler Historical Society purchased the fence from the Lewisburg Foundation last fall for $500. The garden club hired local contractor Orville Sams to scrape and re-paint the fence at a price of $2,500, funded by the club. Mr Sams installed it in early June. Additional portions of the fence are still located behind the courthouse, and the club is working to acquire them for later restoration and installation. Mr Sams said a gate is needed for the fence and welcomed informa- tion about locating one in keep- ing with the Victorian style, along with ad'ditional fencing. The early his,ely of the fence is sketchy, but according to local historian William D. Tuckwiller, it dates from the late 1800's when it was purchased for the grounds of the courthouse. David Tuckwiller said the por- tion around the front part of the building was removed in late 1930's or early 1940's and stored near "The Barracks," a building still standing at the northeast corner of Randolph and Jefferson streets. Tom Sydenstricker, an State Fair, retrieved at the fairgrounds. used for a time and crafts exhibits stored for a number ter the present crafts displays structed. Board member the fair gave the fence wisburg Foundation 1980's. The Greenbrier also recently year-old boxwoods Dave and Karyn The boxwoods come Cedars, the son home. The club the re-location of two woods from the front of the North House year. The group's Christmas the beautification Alderson After-School Program Begins Second Successful Year For the second year. the Alderson After-School program will oiler enrichment classes and tutoring to students in grades one through nine. The non-profit venture is a cc, Sperative effort between parents and friends of Alderson Elementary and Alder- son Junior High schools. Students attending school in the counties of Greenbrier, Monroe, and Summers may par- ticipate. The fall program is scheduled for October 1 through December 17. Organizers plan a variety of classes each day. For students in grades one through four, classes will include crafts, art, storytelling, dance, French, and Spanish. Students in grades five through nine will be offered classes in "Eco Theater," sculp- ture, Spanish, French, dance, and crafts. Free play recreation will be available for children in kindergarten through sixth grade from 3:45 until 6:30 p.m. each day. Area businesses and individu- als are sponsoring qualified stu- dents for the program. To be eli- gible for a sponsorship, a child must attend an Alderson school and qualify for the free or re- duced-rate lunch program. Sponsors Include the Federal Prison Camp. Aide's Discount Store, Alderson Pharmacy, Eagle Building Supply, Greenbrier Val- ley National Bank-Alderson Branch, Margurite Mazique, Vir- ginia McLaughlln, and Ross's Express Mart. application and forms from Aldersotl and Alderson schools. Forms are mail by Biesemeyer at sons wishing in: costs and times telephone Mary son Elementary 7241) or Ms. Organizers are King help from high school honor tutor school students irt lng, ahd reading. per hour. Also ence, recreation. structors. Salaries surate with cation level. tier instructors to have college ested persons Moody at and 10 p.m., Ms Interested persons may obtain Ms Jones. 'I [ WITH YOUR NEWS ! [ 647-5724 i [ 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg, W. Va. 2490t in town. CALL TODAY! 647-5724 a word a word when accompanied if billed. by payment. 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