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8B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 27, 1990 ii ii FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK By: lhL Gainer, Mayor City of Lewisburg Although the 1990 version of tile city's "First Night" will be only the tenth such celebration, It has quickly become a mean- lngful and traditional occasion. It is a time to bring our towns people and our children together for the opening of the Christmas season, for the tree lighting, and to share in the true meaning of Christmas. It has been suggested that the site be moved from Andrew Le- wis Park to the grounds of Car- negie Hall. Such a move would eliminate the safety hazard con- nected with throngs of people standing along busy U. S. Route 219 and of young people darting across the road. The grounds of Carnegie Hall are quiet and beautiful and would probably better accommo- date expansion or growth of the celebration than Andrew Lewis Park. On the other hand. An- drew Lewis Park has been the site from the beginning apd the decorations are appropriate for the main entrance to town. While the decision has not yet been made. I think it would be interesting to try the Celebration at Carnegie Hall this year to evaluate the advantages and dis- advantages. A large evergreen tree will be planted and deco- rated at Andrew Lewis Park to "light" the entrance to town, but First Night would be held at Car- negie. Please fill out and return the following questionaire to help the organizers reach a decision: cut along dotted llne --11 prefer First Night at Andrew Lewis Park. [--~I prefer First Night at Carnegie Hail. '-'] I would be willing to try First Night at Carnegie for evaluation. ~It really doesn't matter if a tree at Andrew Lewis Park is also decorated. Comments: Name: Address: N90341 t0-37 Don't Put Yourself In A Bad Scene. Don't Take Drugs. East Hi School Students Get Awards For 3-Point-6 Or Better Grade Averages Twenty-seven seniors at Greenbrier East High School in Fairlea received academic letter pins September 10 for maintain- ing a minimum 3.6 grade-point average the past two years. The awards were part of the school's annual opening assem- bly held each year to recognize students for achievements made during the past school year. Ap- proximately 1,200 parents, stu- dents, faculty, staff members, administrators, and guests at- tended. Student Council presi- dent Amanda Coleman presided over the assembly. Vice-presi- dent Richard Banton introduced those who presented the awards, including Sharon Rowe, public relations director of The Green- brier Hotel, which sponsors the academic awards. In addition to the academic letter pins, the 27 seniors re- ceived a pass to all school activi- ties for the 1990-91 year. Eight- een other seniors and 35 juniors earned academic letters for maintaining a minimum 3.6 av- erage for one year. New this year were the award- ing of "gold cards" and "green cards." Twenty-four students with perfect attendance, no be- havioral problems or tardies, and membership on the honor roll for the past semester (at least a B average, with no F's) received "gold cards." The award entitles each recipient to re- wards good for one semester, in- cluding free admission to school activities, free lunch once a month, the waiver of parking permit fees, a ten-per-cent dis- count on concession stand pur- chases, and free Items at partict- . pattng area businesses. One-hundred four students with no more than three ab- sences, no behavior problems, a minimum C average (no F's) and no more than three tardies dur- Ing the past semester received "green cards." The award entities them to free admission to sport- ing events for nine weeks, a free lunch every two months for one semester, and a free Item at the concession stand every two weeks for a semester. The assembly concluded with a multl-media presentation en- tiffed "Desire," produced by Moti- vational Media Assemblies of Burbank, California. Junior high school students from area schools attended the presenta- tion that afternoon. Juniors receiving academic letters: Alan Aboushama, Robert Adair. Shane Anderson. Jeffery Banton, Chad Barry. Rebecca Baum, Jeffery Bostlc. Jennifer Carter, C. J. Childers, Shawn Claytor, Debra Delong. Pamela Dixon, Tonya Falls, Damian Huff, Josh Hunter, Carmela Jackson, Kathleen Langdon, Jef- frey Mauzy, Courtney Moran, Mellssa Painter, Kami Richards. Andrew Rose, Kathleen Shank, Darlene Shortridge. Valerie Shrader, Shelly Simms, Eliza- beth Smith, dames Tolosa. Tina Turner, Amy Wadsworth, Robert Walkup, Mattie Watts, Abigail Wilson, Theresa Wonyetye, and Jennifer Wykle. Seniors receiving academic letters: Anita Carter, Brenda Clarkson, Holly Doyle, Ernestine Entsminger, Susan Handke, Chrystal Hinkle, Gary Hoke, Eric Keene, Sarah Kirby, Lucy Marshall, Stefanie Morgan, Kent Redden, Jamie Richmond, Randi Smith, Audrey Thomas, Eliza- beth Vance, Elizabeth Warren, and Shannon Warren. Seniors receiving pins for aca- demic letters: Kathleen Baker, Richard Banton, Amber Cook, Chastity Daniels, Jessica Fauber, Nota Ford, Samuel Groves, Ashley Hampton, Mary Huffman, Jennifer Jenkins, Amy Johnson, William Livesay, David Londeree, Amanda McClung, Angela McClure, Jessica Mendel- son, Karla Morgan, Kevin O'Neill, Kristina Pence, mark Persinger, Elise Ramsey, Melanie Reynolds, Angela Tincher, Scott Weikle, Katrina White, Stephen Wilson, and Marjorie Wingler. Students receiving "gold cards': Rebecca Baker, Chad Barry, Rebecca Baum, Shannon Boggs, C. J. Childers, Jennifer Clinebell, Damian Huff, Jennifer Jenkins, Amy Johnson, Lucy Marshall, Andrea McClintic. Mike McMiIlion. Kent Modlin, Todd Nickell, Mike Patterson, Stephanie Plaster, Darlene Shor- trldge, Jennifer Tolosa. Ryan Turner, Thomas Vaughn, Amy Wadsworth, Bobby Walkup, Terry Wonyetye, and Ken Wylie. Students receiving "green cards': Alan Aboushama, Aaron Ambler, James Anderson, Shane Anderson, Stephanie Baker, Jeff Banton, Julie Banton, Emily Benedict, Shelby Boone, Jeff Bostic, Chris Breedlove, Robert Carson, Lorl Carter, Carrie Childers, Brenda Clarkson, La- von Claytor, Shawn Claytor, Amanda Coleman, Susan Cole- man, Ronnie Cruse, Paul Curry, Elizabeth Defibaugh, Noel Dahaven, Kevin Deitz, Debra De- long, Michael Dickson, Anthony Dixon, Dawn Dixon, Jeff Dodd, Holly Doyle, Melissa Dunbar, Beverly Ellis, Ernestine Entsmlnger, Stephanie Erskine, Margie Evans, Mary Evans, Tonya Falls, Jessie Fauber, Mark Feury, Sarah Flippin, Wesley Fogus, Hatha Gable, Kristen Gillilan, Gary Glover, Johnny Glover, Derrick Grant, Birch Graves, Jeff Gray, Shawn Groves, Rick hall, Ashley Hamp- ton, Wesley Hamrick, Andrew Hanna, Laura Harless, Leslie Harris. Darlene Hartsook, Chris Hedrick, Chrystal Hinkle, Greta Hinterstelner, Dale Hoke, Marc Holbrook, James Hoover, Jamie Hunter, Josh Hunter, Amanda Jackson, Cammie Jackson, Samuel Johnson, Steven Jones, Susan Jones, Caroline Kelley, Sarah Kirby, Kathleen Langdon. Elvis ,Larue, Joe Livesay. Kelly Livesay, David Londeree, Jeff Mauzy, Amanda McClung, Melissa Painter, Kristine Pence, Angela Perry, Mark Persinger. Chris Ramsey, Melanie Rey- nolds. Andrew Rose, Sean Sabol, Daniel Schick, Chris Seams, Britton Shaver, Scott Sheppard, Randi Smith, Lori "Ferry, Audrey Thomas, Brian Thomas, Angle Tincher, Jamie Tolosa, Ltbby Vance, Karen VanMetre, Lisa White, Chris Wilfong, Pat Wil- liams, Abby Wilson. Amy Wilson, and Jennifer Wykle. $15 Grand Grant Goes To Monroe Delegate Mary Pearl Compton presented a $15,000 Community Partnership grant approved by Governor Gaston Caperton to the Monroe County Community Services Council, Inc. to defray costs for repairs to the Commu- nity Building. When approving the grant, Governor Caperton said, "Your community has exemplified the ideal of working in partnership to achieve a goal. This Commu- nity Services Building is a result of the entire community working together. "This grant is a result of your delegate, Mary Pearl Compton, and your government working together and is our contribution to this worthwhile endeavor," he added. The Community Services Building was purchased by the council in February with public and private sector assistance. The building is being renovated and will be used for a variety of the council's community service activities, including "parenting" and health education classes, fi- nancial counseling, weatheriza- tion and rural homeless projects. State Looks For Nominations are accepted for a development prog West Virginia merce -- ginia." Nominations taken for those who to be considered as in the program's class, set to begin In l'he program individuals from who possess strong potential, have a deer tion for West Virginia desire to get more improving the said Sandy Rogers, for Leadership "We are looking for vated men and wom to make a difference communities and for Ms Rogers said forms are being many organizations as possible. Individuals program may selves and/or "Plenty of available from the flee," Ms Rogers hope everyone who returns one so he receive an application The deadline for is November 1. In sure proper one individual per will be selected. have to be members Virginia Chambt program's steering anticipates having represents a backgrounds, tions and gers added. Those selecte program's first fled in early gram will get 1991 and will two-day education weekend a month secutive months. will be held in cities the state. Those selected to pay a $500 cover all lod tion costs program. However, viduals wlll be tain sponsorship for from their em groups, Ms Rogers scholarships will be those who qualify. 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