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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 15, 1990 More Than Through the month of Octo- ber, more than 1100 visitors from around the world viewed Carnegie Hall's Second Annual Heritage of Art Juried Exhibi- tion, on exhibit at the Hall in Lewisburg. Classifieds 647-5724 Thousand Visit According to Maggie l.apetJna, who co6rdlnated the show, view- ers came from West Virginia and Virginia, and 34 other states, as well as the District of Columbia, St. Croix. U. S. Virgin Islands, and from several countries in- cluding England, Canada, Aus- tralia, France, Ireland, and Ger- many. The art show drew enirants representing 18 communities in West Virginia and several in Vir- ginla. "Many fine works were on exhibit in this two-dimensional show. the excellence of which was characterized by the win- ning entries," said Ms t,apetina. "I congratulate all artists juried into the show, and especially the award winners." Awards were presented at a public reception held in the Hall October 7. "We. had a high aver- age daily attendance, and over 140 took advantage of the event of TOOT to visit Carnegie Hall and the art show," Ms Lapetina said. The Third Annual Heritage of Art will, again, be held at Carne- gie Hall in October 1991. Antici- pation is for the same level of in- volvement by volunteers, as well as for another exceptional show, Ms Lapetina said. "I wish to thank all those con- tributing to this year's success," Ms Lapetina added. Scouts Want Food For Needy In November, the Boy Scouts of America will conduct its na- tionwide food drive called "Scouting For Food," Pack 122 is supporting this national endeavor by asking all area residents to participate in the program. "Scouting For Food" bags will be delivered to your home to be filled with any canned or boxed food you choose to donate: Place all bags outside your door by 9 a.m., November 17 for pick-up. If a Boy Scout doesn't come to your door. you can make your contribution at one of the many area businesses participating in the program. Collection boxes will be placed in Farmer Mac's Fas Chek, Crawfords, IGA Food Liner and Kroger. All collected food goes to support the Lewis- burg Foodlocker. Please help make the 1990 National Good Turn a success by making your contribution to the world's hungry. Helen Woodward Making herbal butters Is a wonderful way to preserve herbs and flavor our foods. The proc- ess is very easy and the rewards are many. Let's begin with the simplest of all, parsley butter. For a stick of butter (8 teaspoons), chop 4 tablespoons of herb. If you have a food processor, cube the butter into the unit, add your chopped parsley. 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and some fresh pepper. Blend together. Store in contain- ers. Refrigerate or freeze. (It is better to chop your ingredients by hand and then blend them together as some food processors will virtually liquify herbs -- pro- ducing green butter instead of much more eye appealing butter with bits of green. For an added treat add a clove of chopped gar- lic and/or a few tablespoons of chopped onion to your mix. In France, this classic combination of ingredients, parsley, garlic. onion, lemon juice, pepper and butter is called Maitre d'h6tel butter. Parsley, petroselinum sativum, is a wonderful flavoring herb for virtually any meat or vegetable. Steaks, fish and tomatoes are the standards. The best reward is the herb's ability to remove onion and garlic odors from both our breath and our hands. For the former, just chew some. Vor the lattm.lust rub ,n yotr. hands. Another wonderIul herbal butter, especially for lamp and veal, is sage, salvia officinalis. To prepare" this butter use 14 sage leaves (a generous the herb) for I stick teaspoon of chopped ! teaspoons of lemon pare and store as very good for the tern. Other herbal Mint butter to lamb, especially lets, new potatoes, green peas. For a use 2 tablespoons of! half a teaspoon some fresh pepper. Chive butter, for fish, and baked tablespoons of some pepper. Basil and garlic steaks, lamb and clove of garlic, 2 basil and pepper for butter. Your favorite herb with the basic blespoon of herb for butter, add a little dash of lemon juice more herb if ment, have some tip some herbal health. Editor's Note: These' intended for poses only. 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INC. U.S, 219 NORTH AT LEWlSBURG CITY LIMITS 645-4137 U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA 645-1010 Part of the cited a growth in the lation between according to the U. the Census and Planning Data slight drop in the tion is projected cording to the Data Corporation, drop in household crease in the mediaO dents, and an median income These projections billzing populatiom said. "which is plan for than a one." The committee working with Mr three tives for recommend a ment strategy use, ture." and to the technical sequent the group will which they the city's needs "Draft Strategic Plan" based on selected. They public meeting t( plan. Based u concerning the mittee will formU Strategic Lewisburg. Mr Harley said process to be end of the year. members said time would be 647-5030