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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 1, 1990 11A By Roberta Patton Rodgers pumpkins with are greeting me everywhere we go -- this 1990 en- :). is Halloween month uerade of funny, people who other face. I've at- people have two faces face and a Monday cases, I hope these minority. We know, !do on Sunday, should of the week, year. real pumpkins an issue with me. the best purpose? 'afford both? giant plastic pump- in the Sunday ors. In 1990 I believe I will use an electric bulb In the pumpkin safer at leastl As you know, al- most all of the pumpkin pulp was saved after scooping It out - to cook and use in pies, cakes, muffins, etc. Another thought is not to forget the people who raised the pumpkins. Many people doI I made pumpkin dlp once upon a time and served it with a batch of ginersnaps. White sal- tines are good with it too. That is an original recipe of mine. There are so many recipes this time of year for pumpkins. I suppose children love the Jack o' lan- terns. The farmer thinks of pumpkins marking the begin- ning of fall harvest. Most adults Help Available For State Students From Education 'Talent Search' The Higher Education Talent Search Project was recently hon- ored by the National Council of Educational Opportunity Asso- ciations. The Project is admini- stered by the Central Office for the State College and University Systems of West Virginia. The federally funded Talent Search Program identifies disad- vantaged young people with po- tential for postsecondary educa- tion, encourages them to con- tlnue and graduate from secon- dary schools and to enroll In programs of postsecondary edu- cation. The Program also en- courages high school dropouts to return to school. Wee were quite pleased to re- ceive special recognition by the National Council of Educational Opportunity Centers -- but the "TRIO" label has never been dis- associated from the Special Pro- grams. The fifth program, Train- ing Program for Staff and Lead- ership Personnel, was estab- lished by the Education Amend- ments of 1976. The West Virginia Talent Search project was originally funded 25 years ago and is one of the nine original projects which remain. Respite Care Help Okeyed Health and Human Resources Opportunity Associations," com- Secretary Taunja Willis Mlller The Carnegie Column Information prepared by Carnegie Hall Staff and presented as a public service by the Mounlain. Meswenger, your commtmity newspaper Although all monies raised at T.O.O.T. have not yet been turned in, it looks to be another record year for Taste of our Town! Our enthusiastic con- gratulations and thanks to Sue Sailor and her terrific committee, including Suzanne Snyder, Pat Baker, Judy Davis and Jill Mod- tin. Thanks, too, to Herb Montgomery's tireless crew and to all the businesses and organi- zations who participated in the day's festivities. Of course we're also grateful to all the people who came to Lewisburg to taste the culinary delights that made TOOT 1990 so successful. It seemed even bigger and better than ever- a great day for should be completed in time for Bonnie Fuoco's art show recep- tion on Sunday, November 1 1 from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. Her oil exhibit will con- tinue through the month of No- vember. We hope you will stop by to see this improvement. Our sincere thanks to Neath iwk Lumber Company for its gener- ous donation of materials for the project. The 1990 Annual meeting of Carnegie Hall, Inc. will be held Wednesday, November 28, 90 at 7:30 p.m. in the Greenbrter Col- lege for Women Alumnae room in Carnegie Hall. All members of the organization are invited to statewide news- they are $1.99. thought, I believe I'll When I saw them like a balloon they pretty as I thought be. This October a good reason for on lawns. They are With fallen leaves and piece of litter. The are being taught, in help with the leaves the green grass lleat and clean. Plas- If folk can af- only one, which best and most use- a real pumpkin. We carve a see what face we Mine usually has the the new moon the triangle nose. cut out leav- with a part of handle It with. Most have a time getting to stay put and lit. Used one of the fat now in fashion. I the burned down giving them to a who has tllelt and remold them of many col- Treasurer, Roncev- Association, pres- Sheri Hanshaw, RCNS. GREENBRIER MOTOR CO., INC. U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA LCeverte Merchants recently voted to Ronceverte Corn- School seven toward the pur- 'ndly River City" T- g sales. in purchasing contact Pare At- 2, or Sheri Hen- "4300 Antiques 6 or 392-5030 love pumpkin pie and the com- mented Daniel Crockett, Talent announced the award of a everyone! Proceeds raised will go attend. ing of ThanksgivingI The cull-Search Project Director the State $102,785 federal grant to estab- a long way to help Carnegie Hall nary use of pumpkins cannot College and University Systems. lish a statewide system of respite and all of the other organizations ' Events scheduled for the stop with the pie. Other delight- "Our Talent Search Program pro- care and other support services that took part in the activities, month of November include: the ful pumpkin dishes, sauteed like rides a great opportunity forfor families who are raising chil- We're creating quite a mess in Bonnie Fuoco art show recep- squash (they are 0f the same West Virginia's disadvantageddren with disabilities, the Hall -- but It will be well tion, Sunday, November 11, 2 family, you know). Hunks of students to obtain financial as- "Our goal must be to help worth it, for soon the flourescent p.m.-4 p.m. The public Is in- pumpkin can be pickled. It can sistance information and, families who have children with lights that used to greet us in vited. Charlle McCoy and hls be made into breads and cakes, equally important, the support disabilities by providing them the lobby of the auditorium will band, Saturday, November 17, and can be frozen for great au- and encouragement necessary to with the support they need tobe gone. In their place: more8 p.m, Admission: $10. Reserva- tumn ice cream, complete their education." provide care in the least restrlc- subtle and attractive recessed tlons are recommended. River According to Mr Crockett, thetire and most familiar setting lighting and track lighting to ef- City Brass Band, Sunday, No- "Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater" program offers academic, flnan- possible," said Ms Willis Miller. fectively display the ongoing ex- vember 18, 2 p,m. Admission: $8 is a favorite nursery rhyme, clal or personal counseling, ca- "For two long, the only way for hib|ts scheduled in the lobby, adults/S7 seniors/students. To Peter had a wife and could'nt reer exploration, and aptitude government to assist parents of Work is already underway and reserve tickets, call 645-7917. keep her -- so he put her in a assessment services. Assistance children with disabilities was for - pumpkin shell and there he kept with the re-entry process to high parents to place their children in SAMPSON her very well! You are repeating school or college and Informs- a state facility. With this grant, SAMPSON that dear old rhyme, aren't you? tion on postsecondary education we can start to help parents In 1984, the open house and and student financial assistance keep their children at home," she SAMPSON pumpkin display and contest by programs Is also provided to Tal- said. for store Senote ent Search participants. The Respite Care Initiative for Pol. Pd. Adv. by Prk=hord Forley Collins you folk was really fun. Jim Some 800 West Virginia high Families is a joint effort among Baker of Lewisburg brought the first large pumpkin, Dot Elmore school students annually receive the Department of health and of Second Creek -- the first decorated one. Others displaying pumpkins were: Homer Bowes, Frankford; Louela and Elby Le- phew, Second Creek; Charles and Vera Rodgers of Warrenton, Virginia; Laura and Allen Hawver. Organ Cave; Eddie Kirby. Ronceverte. A copy of "Fair Wee Tales lI" was given each contestant. My flowers to you are Fever- few. and cosmos. Women Meet The Ronceverte Woman's Club held their regular monthly meeting October 22 at the Ron- ceverte Presbyterian Church. New members inducted were Virginia Smith. Mary Ann Broyles, Jeannie Bostic, Salley Parka and Valerie O'Brien. on-going counselling services under the Talent Search Program's efforts. An additional 5000 students receive Informa- tional services. Guidelines for the Talent Search Program state that par- ticlpating students must be be- tween the ages of 12 and 27 and have completed the sixth grade. Federal guidelines require that two thirds of the participants must be low-income persons who are also potential first-gen- eration college students. The Talent Search Program is one of the TRICK) programs established for disadvantaged students. The Upward Bound, the oldest of the programs, was created by the higher Education Art of 1965, and the Higher Education Amendments of 1968 added Special Support Services Pro- grams. The Higher Education Act Amendments of 1972 added a fourth program -- Educational Human Resources, the Develop- mental Disabilities Planning Council, and the University Af- filiated Center. The total cost of the project will be approximately $150,000. The federal money will be matched by state and local dol- lars. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In State 814.84 In State Senior Citizens 813.78 In State Students $11.15 (9 rues.) 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