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SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE 4B The Mountain Messenger, Thurc~lay, October 11, 1990 Monroe School Board Meets Top East Students Recognized The Monroe County Board of Education met in regular session on October I at Union Elemen- tary School. Budget supplements and transfers for school support services and drug-free schools were approved. A renewal lease agreement for the Wolf Creek School to the Wolf (]reek Exten- sion Homemakers Club was ap- proved. ,Job descriptions for Step 7 extra-curricular contracts were approved, They provide con- tracts for co3rdlnation of the Spelling Bee, County Fair, Golden Horseshoe, Math F' dd Day and lh'oject Challenge. A request for .&lice Bradley to attend the Head Start Home Visitor Training Conference in York, Pennsylvania from October 29 to November 2 was approved. The board set dates for work sessions and regular meetings in November at Peterstown Elemen- tary School, In January at Gap Mills School, and in April at Greenville School. All other meetings will be held at Union Elementary School. Regular board meetings are held on the first Monday of each month, 7:30 p.m. and work sessions are held on the Thursday prior to each regular session, 7:30 p.m. The following personnel action was taken: Employment -- Teacher --- Barry Rupp, Union High School; Substitute Head Start Aides/ Home Visitor -- Pat Johnson, Llnda Cody, Nancy Miller; Con- tractual Services -- Parent Re- source -- Ruth Newhouse. The next regular Work Ses- sion will be held at Peterstown Elementary School, November 1, 7:30 p.m. and regularly sched- uled board meeting November 5. 7:30 p.m. at Peterstown Elemen- tary School. MONROE COUNTY SCHOOLS CAI ENDAR: November 6, Elec- tion Day (No school); November 12, Veterans Day; November 21- 23, Thanksgiving Recess; De- cember 24-January 1, Christ- mas Recess; January 21, Holi- day: April 1-5, Spring Break; May 27, Memorial Day; June 7, Last Day for Students. COGS Enrollment Takes Big Leap With a total enrollment of 2,368 students, the University of West Virginia College of Gradu- ate Studies (COGS} registered a 39.3 per cent increase for sum- mer 1990 above the previous year. The average age of students continued an upward climb that began more than 10 years ago. The average age now is 38, with the oldest being 72, the youngest 21. The largest percentage of stu- dents came from Kanawha County (29.5%). The next high- est in percentages were Raleigh County (8.2%): I tnam County (6.4%); Fayette County (5.8%); and Wood County (3.4%) First-Ume students numbered 508. About two-thirds of all stu- dents enrolled were women (1,773 vs 595). Nationally, 54 per cent of all students enrolled in institutions of higher educa- tion are women, At COGS, the number of women enrolling In Business and Engtnee:'ing pro- grams has increased during the past 12 years: in Business, the total for women now Is 10.3 per cent vs. 6,8 pet)cent In 1977; in Engineering the percentage has increased from 2.9 per cent in 1977 to 3.6 per cent in 1989. JIM McCUTCHEON, Managing Agent FOR BROCHURES & INFORMATION CALL OR STOP BY LEWISBURG Twenty-seven seniors at Greenbrler East High School in Fairlea re- ceived academic pins September 10 for maintaining a minimum 3.6 grade-point average during their sophomore and Junior years. The awards were part of an assembly in which other students were awarded for academic achievement and citizenship. Front row: Kath- leen Baker (left), Richard Banton, Amber Cook, Chastity Daniels, Jes- sica Fauber, and Nota Ford Second row: Samuel Groves (left), Ashley Hampton, Mary Huffman, Jennifer Jenkins, Amy Johnson, and Wil- liam Llvesey. Third row: David Londeree, Amanda McClung, Angela McClure, Jessica Mendelson, Karla Morgan, and Kevin O'Neil. Fourth row: Kristina Pence, Mark Persinger, Elise Ramsey, Melanie Rey- nolds, Angela Tincher, and Scott Weikle. Fifth row: Katrina White, Stephen Wilson, and Marjorie Wingler. Program Be e Bluefleld State College will present its first travelogue pro- gram of the 1990-91 Travel and Adventure Film Series at 7 p.m. October 15 in the Basic Science Building Auditorium. The travel and adventure lihn series presentation entitled "This Is Israel" will be narrated by film makers Howard and Barbara Pollard. Mr Pollard, a natix;e mldwesterner, spent the sum- mers of his boyhood in the rug- ged north country of Michigan where he developed an apprecia- tion for the beauty of nature, and an enjoyment of capturing beauty on film. After studying engineering and film making at Lawrence Tech., Mr Pollard ent into the Army, and was issued a movie camera,instead of a weaponl Af- ter his stint In the Army, he went into his own business of producing television commer- cials and short subjects which won him many awards. During this period, his love of foreign ports was calling for a change in llfe style. Ms Pollard has studied voice and drama at the Detroit Conservatory of Music and also at Interlochen National Music Camp. She attended the Univer- sity of Miami where she majored in radio and television acting and theater. The Pollards have now com- bined their talents to bring audi- ences the beauty of romance of distant places in picture, word and music. The Land of Israel is the cradle of three great religions of the world. This middle eastern nation is the realization of a dream. In 1948, it became a Jewish state and now people from a hundred lands weave the multt-hued tapestry of Israel. "llae travelogue tour starts In Tel Avla. a new modern city de- signed and built to be a capital city and then it's off to the an- cient port city of Jaffa, the Negev Desert, Halfa on the Mediterra- nean, and then to the port of Acre. Viewers will travel to a modern Kibbutz, visit the Red Sea, see historic Jerusalem, Nazareth, and Bethlehem. To receive a listing of the Travel and Adventure Film Se- ries dates, times and complete season subscription information, call the Office of Continuing Education at Bluefleld State Col- lege 327-4109, 327-4071, or telephone toll free from West Vir- ginia 1-800-344-8892, or out of state telephone toll free !-800- 654-7798. Our lowest price ever! 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