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8A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 1, 1990 Prepared Childbirth Classes To Be Held At Fairlea Hospital Prepared Childbirth class full series: Tuesday evenings 7 p. m. to 9 p.m. begins November 6. This is a six week course for first time Mom's or If you have not attended a childbirth class be- fore or in the last 4 years. Mother's due date in December and January '91. Prepared Childbirth Refresher class: Tuesday evenings 7 p. m. to 9 p.m. begins November 6. A four week course coming to class #I, #2, #4, & #6, of full series. For Mom's who attend class be- fore in past 4 years. Mother's due date in December and Janu- ary '91. Big Brother Big Sister Class, Wednesday. December 5 at 7 p.m. Mother's due date in Decem ber and January '91. All classes will be held at the Humana Hospital Greenbrier Valley cafeteria. Bring pillow, blanket and support person. Classes free, sponsored by Cradle Club. Caflcellations for bad weather will be announced on WRON radio and message left at hospital operator. 647-4411. The West Virginia Sierra Club announced it is endorsing Fred Sampson for election to the State Senate in the llth Senate District. Sierra Club Endorses Fred Sampson For Senate r like cleali water and clean air The environmental organiza- lion said it was "encouraged by Mr Sampson's support of envi- ronmental legislation, including groundwater protection and solid waste issues, and his strong commitment to environ- mental protection." "q'he WV Sierra Club wants to maintain the quality of resources Open your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club Account today. Charge your checking account & receive 6% interest. Use a weekly coupon book & receive 51/2% interest. Either way you'll receive a FREE Holly Snack Jar with your One Valley Bank 1991 Christmas Club deposit of $2 or more. FD~ Roncevert 100 Maplat, At uc at Red Oaks Shopping Center 7.5700/Lcwisburg Route 219, North 647.5187 and our beautiful landscape" said Nancy Chambers of the chapter's Executive Committee. "In endorsing Fred, we are con- tinuing to work for those values that are near and dear to us." "Our endorsement process in- volves decisions at the local and siatewide level" said Jim Kotcon, Chairman of the State's Sierra Club Political Connnittee. "This arduous process assures us that our endorsements go to real en- vironmental leaders and we be- lieve that, with Fred, the Elev- enth District will have one of tile best Senators of any place in West Virginia." "Environmental isstles are likely to provide major battles in the next legislative session. Leg- islation dealing with groundwa- ter protection and clean air en- forcement has been consistently weakened in Senaie action," ac- cording to the club. "The race in the Eleventh Dis- trict is one of the most important in West Virginia" said Mr Kotcon. "By electing Sampson, voters can send a message that environmental quality matters, and that polluters will no longer control our future." City Brass Here November The River City Brass Band will perform at Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg, on Sunday, Novem- ber 18 at 2 p.m. It Is the first American professional concert band to be organized In over twenty-five years. The band made its debut in 1981 at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's British Festival. Un- der the baton of its founder and music director, Robert Bernat, the band won such critical and audience acclaim that it quickly grew to become the most active professional concert band in America. Often called the "Bos- ton Pops -- In Brass," the band's versatile repertory ranges from familiar folk tunes to ballads, classical transcriptions and marches. Now celebrating its tenth an- niversary season, the River City Brass Band presents a forty-nine concert subscription series in its home region of Greater Pitts- burgh, and tours throughout America. In 1988 the band joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Mormon Tab- emacle Choir as America's musi- cal representatives to the Aus- tralian Bicentennial celebra- tions. During its three-week tour "Down Under," River formed at the boume festivals its tour with a the New Zealand Festival of the Arts. The twenty-two sicians who comprise City Brass Band offer revival of a tradition widespread at the century in this time there were brass bands in the River City Brass of only about ninet in North America, professional group of l the country. Sponsoring this Greenbrier Clinic. are The Blue Crawford's Food Brass & Stone. pany, Lewisburg Value Home Center. this program is financial assistance Arts and the West Virginia on the Arts, Division and History. Admission is $8 and $7 for seniors To reserve tickets. If you like the Mountain Messenger Please thank our advertisers Christmas Delivery Dedline is November 26" GOLD DESIGNER SERIES CLASS RINGS 4 O0 OFF ]OK 6OLD FREE CUSTOM FEATURES A VALUE OF OVER $500! OFFER. ENDS NOV 30. 1990 O0 OFF ARTC{IRVED 14K GOLD CLASs Qtudity is t& differeme. OETAI~ 645-7917. Ronceverte Pictures The Ronceverte Committee is in need taken of the individual events at Festival for use on the advertising our 1991 Color pictures are all photos will be have a photo of the event which we please contact Sheri 645-4638, or drop tires, 207 W. Main erte. Deadline: ber 5. The West Virginia Highways reminds that the use of state highways is tween November I Gemstones & Jeweb'y Box D-50 Rt. 92, White Sulphur Springs m Co-authored legislation that leads to the creation of private sector jobs for West Virginians. Co-authored tough ethics legislation to protect West Virginians against dishonest public officials. Fought to rescue the Teachers Retirement System and the Public Employees Insurance Agency. Fought successfully to prevent the closing of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Fought successfully for a new law that requires fair equal property tax appraisals. Fought to prevent the closing of Denmar, Andrew S. Rowan and the Greenbrier Center. Fought for legislation that restricts out-of-state ii I