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s Office New Division the capacity of our to prosper eco- through innovative lo- programs is the a new division estab- the Governor's Of- y and Indus- (GOCID), an- Director Ann Local Development Division, the new of_ over the admini- the existing Partner- Progress and Main Virginia programs. It state govern- in rural develop- advocate grass roots development strate- or Caperton's initial for Progress pro- already viewed as a economic development its value, and to jump to phase a said. "This administration will at- place a greater focus organization efforts more firmly existing and planned programs." also said the new will benefit the program by ensur- better united with state development to head the Local De- Initiatives Division is of Charleston. Ms been serving as di- Street West Vir- I989. Prior to she spent five executive director of Renaissance Corpo- fertile ground for )ment will be and support- businesses we already state," Ms Eddins growth-from-wlthin" philosophy under- of the new di- Ms Eddins will remain Street West Vlr- over a number of with the pro- Susan Salisbury, of who was promoted co6rdinator. Ms been serving as of main Street since December for Progress is made up of COuncils whose mem- by the gover- councils were es- an effort to decen- development ac- empower local com- 'giving them the sup- to identify the is- Create their own solu- ~d technical support councils' ac- provided through three PIP area Paula Crawford, arrey, and Doug the organization as staff and ambas- increased economic activity in the state. was formerly red under GOCID's Industrial Devel- West Virginia is designed to provide leadership cities wanting to or redevelop their districts. The Main had been ad- GOCID's Com- vision. )ment strategies changing as we economic realities," said. "With our Lo- Initiatives Divi- Will remain a leader agen- to be flexible, and proactive. It better promote CO6peration and the limited economic rces." '~mlmw your best r With the best" lind location of the call Morton, IL ?4,36 :all 8001426-6686 Community benefits from Oxygen In-service |! Respiratory Care Greenbrier Respiratory Care Services sponsored a Lunch- eon/Oxygen In-service on Octo- ber I0. The purpose of the luncheon was to share informa- tion on Home Respiratory Ther- apy with particular emphasis on coverage criteria for the Home Oxygen/Medicare patient. Various doctors, nurses, dis- charge planners, and social workers from the surrounding counties participated in the luncheon. Allen Carson, Presi- dent of Greenbrier Respiratory Care Services, Inc., spoke on the latest legislative and regulatory changes and the effects it would have on each of the various pro- fessions. Care Program, but to also be the best source of information on the current trends, practices and coverage issues in Home Care." He continued by saying, "We pride ourselves on staying cur- rent wiih all the latest legislative and regulatory changes." Carson hopes that by having these In- services, the public will now have a resource that they can tun~ to with any questions re- garding Home Care. Also discussed were the forms necessary to ensure coverage tbr patients with Department of La- bor (Black Lung or DOLL United Mine Workers (UMWA), Medi- care. Medicaid, and any other private insurance companies. Allen Carson was quoted as saying, "Our role is not only to provide the best possible Home ~III||||||||l||||||||||||llII|||I|I~ N N N The Mountain Messenger N N N N N N M N N N M M N N N N ~IIIlIIIlllllllIlllllIlillllllIlllI~ Is Not Indifferent To Anything Which Influences Our Communities, State, Nation,World. We Strive To Bring You The Best Country Newspaper You'll Ever Need. We Rely on You So You Can ,N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N Rely On Us! WE PRIDE OURSELVES in bringing to you our customers ",4 Taste Of The Gourmet Life" AT AFFORDABLE PRICES COME JOIN US SOMETIME! Fo o D & FRIENDS Casual Dining * Deli * Fine Candies 112 W. Washington St. Historic Lewisburg 645-4548 / Visiting Relatives Driving You Up A Wall? You know the story Your .Aunt Clara came to visit for a few days, but you're beginning to think she's a permanent fixture in your house. Bring her on down to U-Save Auto Rental and we'll put her behind the wheel of a dependable and economical car. We can't guarantee she'll spend, every,hour sightseeing, but we bet shell have a great time driving her own car. After all, how do you know you weren't driving her cra: too? Your Home Town Car Rental Company@ The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 25, 1990 9A Dan Fisk Explains DARE to Ronceverte Merchants Lt. Dan Fisk of the Lewisburg Police Department spoke to the Ronceverte Merchants (and Community Awareness) Associa- tion when it met for the October meeting at the fire house. His topic was the D.A.R.E. program (drug abuse resistance educa- tion). Fisk stated all fifth and sixth grade students in Green- brier County will eventually be exposed to this knowledge and that the First National Bank in Ronceverte underwrote the classes for the Ronceverte Ele- mentary School. Other speakers included Fire Chief Fred Hodges who spoke on "Fire Prevention Week" and Laura Sevy of the Greenbrier County Committee for the Aging who enlightened the group on services available for tile eklerly and others. In other business, Sue Ella Miano will proceed with the pro- posed new Christmas lights. Judy Piercy and Barbara Stone will be the merchants coniac|; Clifford Armory will again be the site of the Halloween Party on Wednesday, October 31 where there will be games, bingo," wheel-of-fortune, duck pond, fortune teller, fish pond, ring toss, dime toss and cosiume pa- rade and judging. Hay rides are also on the agenda. Hours are 6 to 10 p.m.; place mats have been re-ordered. phitheatre. A weiner roast trod hayride with stage music is planned for the location on Is- land Park. The next meeting is scheduled for "brain-storming" sessions to which all interested and caring citizens are invited November 8. On Friday, November 2, 6 to I_ .=ll midnight, there is scheduled a I party for all who worked or Lw' "" " | helped in any way with the am- ::- ., ,; : , , : : '; "BUY WHAT YOU NEED" i 1150 /i/(: 8500 4200 TtUMNSITIoNAL 100% Acrylic Fabric Layered Backs Pillow Arms Sohd Oak Frames ~ ~Sin.. ~o9"