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ili Cont. from 1A variety of river-oriented to Stewart, the camp as a family resort people will be wel- D( these properties river by Stewart/Camp would allow the and construction of amenities and new to proceed. This in- golf course and vehicles there have been some attempting to purchase land across the river, and renovation at will continue. to go as hard and as we can," states Rich- He noted that he has the area and on the "many times", and /alley area is "a :d people want to come there. We want to put (condomini- them." Stewart further lthey have been using Io- and materials "and we're that way." budget for these im- provements is expected to be in the $12 to $!5 million range depending upon the purchase price for the added properties Use of the resort will be by mem- bership with several levels and vari- ous prices available: day member- ship will entitle the individual or fam- ily the use of the recreational activi- ties without overnight accommoda- tions; at the next level, rental units for 60 single-family dwellings will be built and the last and highest level will be privately-owned homes enti- tling the owners full use of the facil- ity. A total of 200-250 jobs will be in- volved during the on-going construc- tion of Phase I and the construction of Phase II with a projected total sal- ary outlay of about $5 million per year. According to Project Manager Dale McCutcheon, local people, ma- terials and businesses will be used at all times on the project. When in full operation, the resort expects to provide about 300 to 400 full-time jobs with a payroll of about $10 million per year. McCutcheon notes that "While the total tax benefit to the state and county have not been determined at this stage of the project, it will no double be a substantial amount." United Way allocations The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, October 4, 1988 3A makes to local agencies By CAROL HALL "We are pleased to report a on Aging, Greenbrier County Com- $1500 increase in the amount to be munity Services Council, Monroe distributed by United Way this fall to County Community Services Coun- our area agencies," noted Frank cil, Fire Training Association of Spicer, President of the Greenbrier Greenbrier County, Greenbrier Val- Valley United Way organization. Icy CPR Committee and the Salva- He stated that the 1987 dispersal tion Army. was $5,500 and 1988 $7,000. "We trust that as the awareness The 7-member allocation board of United Way grows in the Green- divided the monies among 13 agen- brier Valley, future allocatons will be cies. Those receiving funds were even greater for the agencies listed the local Boy and Girl Scouts of above. And then new ones can be America, the Greenbrier Valley added. Here in the Greenbrier Val- Chapter of the American Red Cross, Icy, the United Way is working." People United for Self Help (PUSH), In other business, Greg Gibson, the Family Refuge Center, the Administrator of Humana Hospitdl Southeastern Regional Workshop, Greenbrier Valley was named chair- Greenbrier County Committee on man for the 1989 campaign. Aging, Monroe County Committee e e AARP,meeting Miss Jeri Annette Banton, daugh- to focus on ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Andrew Banton, Jr. of Maxwelton, will be a contestant for the title of Miss West Coverage Act Virginia this November 4th, 5th, and 6th, at the Radisson Hotel in Hunt- , ington Jeri is a senior at Greenbrier The Greenbrier Valley Chapter East High School. #671 of the American Association of The pageant includes a personal- Retired Persons will meet October ity interview, bathing suit pompeti- 11, at the Lewisburg United Method- tion, and evening gown competition. ist Church. Mr. E. Wilton Cooper, It is also the official Preliminary to Health Advocacy service co-ordina- the Miss U.S.A. Pageant. tor for West Virginia, will be the Jeri's sponsors are: Western Siz- speaker. Mr. Cooper recently at- zlin Steakhouse, The First National tended a seminar on the cata- Bank of Ronceverte, The Greenbrier strophic coverage act and will be Valley National Bank, The Princess explaining the new coverage, which Gift Shop, The Flower House, Win- willbe bringing about major changes kler Printing and Office Supply, in medicare benefits over the next Crawford's Food Center, McClung five years. This will be an interesting Furniture Company, McGraw Fu- and informative program and all neral Home, Heilig-Meyers Furni- seniors are urged to attend this lure, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. meeting. Anyone 50 years or older Banton, Jr. Thanks so much to all of is invited to attend the AARP meet- these sponsors and a special thanks ings. The carry-in luncheon will be- to Mrs. Regina Boone, owner of the gin at 11:45, and the program will New Image Beauty Salon in follow. Maxwelton. Gospel sing at Mt. Herman Baptist Church The Mt. Herman Baptist Church at Sarton extends to you a special invitattbn for a Gospel Sing on October 8, beginnhTg at 3:00 p.m..There will be a covered ch'sh dinner at 5.00 p.m. in the Community Building. Singing will resume at 7:00 p.m. Singers participating will be the Allen Brothers, Good Neighbor Quartet, The Price Family and the Glorymen Quartet. Mark your calendar now and make plans to be with us on this special day. Come, bring a covered dish and fellowship with us. Spring Creek Presbyterians plan homecoming Spring Creek Presbyterian Church at Renick will be celebrating homecoming and its 205th anniversary on Sunday, October 9. The "Joyful Noise" quartet will be singing at the morning service. All friends and former members are urged to "come on home!" Events at St. Charles Tuesday, October 4:7"00 p.m. Christian Service committee to meet in the parish hall Wednesday, October 5:8:20 am. Recitation of the Rosary after morn- ing Mass. Thursday, October 6:7:00 p.m. "Good Grief" group to meet at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Special Heritage Sunday to be held On Sunday, October 9, a Special Heritage Sunday Service sponsored by Old Stone Presbyterian Church will be held at the site of the Old Log Church dating back to 1783. Service will begin at 11:00 a.m., followed by a picnic lunch at 12 noon. Prepare a covered c~sh and join the members of Old Stone Presbyterian Church for this special occasion Miss Jeri Banton PURR - FECT When She Has Visited... The PAW-PAW PATCH SMon For Pelt Q 645-4879 BEARD STREET. LEWISBURG & WINTER DRESS SLACKS By Hubbard Wool and washable wool blends. Sizes 30 to 54 Waist & the Hard-To-Find 35 and 37 Waist PricQa starting at $34.00 Always Ouahty Name Brand Melchandlse At Reasonable Plces Lewisburg, WV Phone 645-1944 SPONSORED BY: BENEFIT: b , INFORMATION a. October'S5, 1988 at 10:00 a.m. TEAM COMPETITION: Maximum five members per team, minimum of three members. Lowest three times begins at McElhenny Road and ends at totaled for team score. Trophies to the top three teams. on Church Street in Lewisbur8, WV. Team members are eligible for individual awards. All teams must pre-register. Pre-registration forms must be October 13, 1988 or left at the hospital AWARDS: Trophies to the top three male & female October 14. Late registration willoverall winners and the specified age categories. No of the race, beginning at 8:00 duplicate awards. Long-sleeve T-shirts to all lot beside Greenbrier Center. Pre-participants. Pizza, fruit, and beverages served after the appreciated, race at Awards Ceremony at Greenbrier Center. Free to all runners and $3 fee for each guest. $8 for pre-registration and $I0 for late and a $15 additional fee FACILITIES: Shower & restroom facilities available in the Gym Building at Greenbrier Center. MEN: 13 & under (2), 14-17 (2), ADDITIONAL: For further information and additional (3), 30-35 (3), 36-39 (3), 40-49 (3), 50-59 entry forms contact: Lee Scruggs (304) 645-6365 or Dan Withrow at (304) ($45-3~$761 "' '& under (2), 15-19 (2), 20-29 (3), 30-39 & over (1). ACCOMMODATIONS: Brier Inn, 1-64 & Rt. 219, 10% Discount to runners. Contact: Arch at (304) 645-7722. ($8.00) entry fee must accompany each application. Send check or money order to GREENBRIER RUNNERS P.O. Box 1292, Lewisburg, WV 24901). F stNamel i lllllllllll MII--] #)lllllllllilli I[illlllllllll S ,tel I I I I i ! I I I IJ Zip l I I II i PhoneNumbet[ I [ I_1 I I I IAgeonracedaYE SexMi--] Fr-]EstimatedTimer-T-'r'~ o ,q This election year dig deep into the issues that face our state and we'll all be better off. Be an informed voter. Voters must know the issues and where the candi- dates stand before they go vote. It's the only way to make good choices for West I Virginia's future. Everyone in West Virginia can benefit from economic progress, from efficiency in government, and from im- provements in education. This election year study these issues and know where your candidates stand. Representing (Company or Organization) IIIii111111111111 IIIIIIIII @ $3.00 ca. __ Include with Entry Fee Number Assigned Shirt size S M L XLG (Official use Only)~ RACE WAIVER a road race is a potentially hazardous activity. 1 sbotdd not enter and run unless I am medically able and properly trained. I any decision of a race official relative to my abifity to safely complete the run. I assume all risks associated with running in this not limited to: falh, contact with other participanel, the effects of the weather, including hish heat and/or humidity, traffic and road, and such rbks being known and apprecktted by me. Having read this waiver and knowing these facts and in comideratiofi Y entry, 1, for myself and anyone acting on my behalL waive and release the Greenbrier valley Road Runoers, Hunumg Hospital Center and all spomors, their representative~ and succesmrs from all claims or liabilities of any kind axidng out of my even though that liability may arise out of nellilence or carelessness on the part of the per~ns named in this waiver, MOVE OUR MOUNTAINS C&P Telephone A Bell AtlanticCompany Signature Parents Signature if Under 18 (THIS APPLICATION iS FURNISHED COURTESY OF HUMANA AND MAY BE REPRODUCED) i i ii