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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 22, 1990 Lewisburg Recycle Pick,Up Monthly pick-up 6f recyclable materials the week of December 3- 7. Place your recyclable materials beside your regular trash on your usual trash collection day. Greenbrier Historical Society Regular quarterly meeting Saturday, December I, ate'the Green- brier Library Annex, Lewisburg. TIw I p.m. business meeting will rev~w 1990 and will formulate goals for 1991. Members are urged to attend. Renlck Baptist Youth Group Christmas Bazaar, December I, 9 a,m.-3 p.m., at the Renick Fire- /w~se. Hot Immemade set.s, baked goods, arts & crafts, white elephant sale. John Wesley United Methodist Church Will have worship service on Thanksgiving Day at 10 a.rn. The ptJJ21ic is invited to this Service of Thanksgiving. Reverend Jasper is Pastor. Greenbrier Valley Theatre Sitar Anniversary Summer Season tickets are available for Holt- day Giving: $25 Adult/S20 Senior or Student, which includes four shows for the price of three during the 1991 Silver Season. Call 645-3838for further Silver Season Giving inJormation. Monroe County Library Christmas Caroling Sunday December 2. Special guests this year will be the Union Elementary School choir with Connie Copeland. Americana Christmas Shop OIxens 10 a.m. November 29, operated by Presbyterian Women o.i. Old Stone Church, Lewtsburg. Many neady new gifts will be available at bargain prices. Located on comer of Foster and Cow't Streets and open each Thursday arld Friday from 10 am. to 1 p.m. Proceeds go to many community and church projects. Thanksgiving Gospel Singing Hillsdale Holiness Church, Saturday November 24. 7:30 p.m. fea- turing local singers. Pastor David Deskins welcomes everyone. Retired Federal Employees Greenbrier Valley Chapler #994, will meel November 28 at Cily tfall in Alderson, 2 p.m. Holiday Buffet Dinner and Bake Sale Saturday December I, 5 to 7 p.m. First Presbyterian Church, Main Street, White Sulphur Springs. Turkey, Ham, Dressing, Gravy, Vegetables, Casseroles, Sal~, Rolls, Dessert. Pay at the door. Adults $6, Children under 12 $3. A bake sale will be lwld dunng the dinner, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church White Su~h~m" Springs. Thanksgiving Eucharist, November 22, I 0 G . IlL Rebekah Lodge Meets Noven~r 26, 7:30 p.nf. Odd Fellows Hall, White Sulphur Springs. Lion's Club Meets November 26, 7 p.m., Hidden Valley Supper Club, While Sulphur Springs. BPW Meeting Nove r 27; " :45 p.m Valley View Country Club. White Sulphur Springs. Boy Scout Meeting November 27, 7 p.m., Presbyterian Church, While Sulphur Springs. TW Post #4482 Bingo Night November 27, 7 p.m., 225 Mountain Avenue, White Sulphur Springs. "A Christmas Carol" Near 27, 9 a.m., White Sulphur Springs Junior High School Gym. Rotary Club Meets November 29, noon, Shamrock Restaurant, White Sulphur Springs. Greenbrier Planning Commission Seeks Citizens' Input/Ideas Citizen involvement is the Ib- cus of a project being formulated by the Greenbrier County Plan- ning Commission In creating a county economic development plan. Jim Simpson, chairman of the Commission, announced the plan last week and stressed a need for volunteers to take part in the process. "One of the best ways to begin working on a county plan is by talking to the people," he said. "We want a lot of citizens involved in telling us what they see and how they think areas of the county should be developed." Mr Simpson said he needs volunteers from all areas of Greenbrier County who will or- ganize into geographical groups to discuss the present conditions of their areas and to suggest plans for development. The proc- ess consists of three steps, he sald: (ll gathering information about the present nature of the area, (2) setting goals for devel- opment, and (3) formulating methods to reach the goals. "Our first step, though, is to get volunteers," Mr Simpson said. "4,Ve want to know who's interested. Anyone can volun- teer. The Planning Commission doesn't want to develop a plan in a vacuum. The traditional way to come up with a plan involves hiring a consultant, developing the plan. and then taking it to the people. However, we want to know from the beginning what people in the different areas of our county want." "We on the Planning Commis- sion will be involved in the indi- vidual groups as much as is needed," he added. "We will pro- vide assistance and do whatever we can. We feel this volunteer method is going to be a valuable part of the process--people can relate to their own communities and come up with goals. Almost anyone can contribute ideas. We want as much citizen involve- ment as possible." Mr Simpson said the process of developing the plan may take up to one year. Persons inter- ested in serving in volunteer groups or desiring more informa- tion are requested to contact the Planning Commission at 645- I O93. Find the time. Have a manmwgram. Give .yours.If the chance ofa lffcvanc. Spa City Trash Schedule Change The city of White Sulphur Springs will not collect garbage November 22, Thanksgiving Day. All City employees will obserce this as a legal holiday. Two trucks will operate on Friday, November 23, to make scheduled collections. / Visiting Rehtives Driving You Up A Wal You know the story. 'Your Aunt Clam 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 o .n car. After all, how do you know you weren't driving her too? Your Home Town Car Rental Company@ Susan Burt Susan Burt, Marlinton Wins $25,000 Educator By Jonathan Wright Marlinton Middle School teacher and librarian Susan Butt was one of six West Vir- ginia teachers awarded $25,000 Educator Award grants October 12 by the Milken Family Foun- dation. The grants were pre- sented in 13 states. Ms Burr was recognized for her contributions to education during her 12 years in Pocahon- tas County. Among projects she initiated were the acquisition of computers for county schools, computer network classes, an artist-in-residence program giv- ing students the opportunity to learn photography and dark- room procedures, a media arts workshop, and an ongoing effort to teach social studies through the use of novels. She also sponsors a monthly "inventors' group," assisted by physics scientists who come to the school from the National Ra- dio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank to help students on irlvention projects. Ms Burr serves as gifted pro- gram director at the Marlinton school and started program at all three County middle changes all the the same thing," she joy thinking of new plement. Often they out to be quite all I be, but it's had done nothing." "This is an age when kids really something. Our hold them back them--but they're do things, and when busy they're with." After growing quette, Michigan, tended Pomona mont, California, i worked two years in Following a move to work for Comml earned a teaching gifted education. moved to Pocahontas begin teaching. Ms Burt is Kinderman. The daughters and live in Canaan Valley State Plans Special Thanks Canaan Valley State Park in- vites everyone to the Fifth An- nual Thanksgiving Jubilee, No- ~ero~er 22-25. On Thanksgiving Day, the As- pen Room will serve a traditional buffet dinner from I to 9 p.m. A slide presentation on the Dolly Sods Wilderness Area is sched- uled for 8 p.m. A Mountain and Contempo- rary Crafts display, demonstra- tion, and sale will occur in the Pine Room Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Included are leather goods, traditional farm tools, quilts. dolls, ceramics, paintings, nee- dlework, dried and silk flowers, woodcraft, stained glass and decorative glassware. Bill Wellington, storyteller and musician, will ment with a s "just for the kids." vide a blend of lachian music and November 23 a/t 2 by a storytelling the children ages 5 p.m. Saturday night family-oriented Mr Wellington, traditlonal danclng mixed with music. Beginning welcome and an will be charged. Canaan Valley open the Alpine Ski November 23 -- ting -- and operate of March. 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