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12B The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 22,1990 I Ollie Hoover (left), Jason Hager, Luther Hanson, Patricla Crane, Melissa Boone and Monlca Holliday. 4-H Achievement Awards Program Held At "4-H Makes a World of Differ- ence" was the theme for the 1989 Greenbrier County 4-H Achievement Program held No- vember 3 at Greenbrler East High School. 4-H members and leaders were recognized for their achievements attained over the past year. Joey Yates of the Central Will- Ing Workers 4-H Club and Lu- ther Hanson of the Asbury Hus- tlers 4-11 Club received the "1 Dare You" Awards. This recogni- tion is sponsored by the Green- brier County Chapter of 4-H All Stars. The presentation was made by Janet Johnson, past president. Receiving the Teen Leader of the Year Awards were Suzy Sar- tor, I~wisburg; Tommy Sykes, Clintonville; Monica Holliday. Smoot; and Cindy TuckwIIler. Clintonville. They were presented with Scholarships which entitle them to a week at Older mem- bers Conference at Jackson's Mill. This award is sponsored by the Greenbrler Valley Bank in Lewisburg and was presented by Peg Patterson. County Clubs that had perfect scores in the areas of club meet- ing attendance, project comple- tion. camp attendance, and club activities were recognized as Gold Banner Clubs. These were: Clintonville Mountain Rangers {28th year Blue; 18th year Gold); Fort Spring Mountain Movers (7th year Blue; Ist year Gold}. Blue Ribbon Club Winners were: Clintonville Towerlights (13th year}; Anthony Creek Rise & Shine {3rd year}; Seneca Trail {Ist year); Edgewood Up & Com- ers It (10th year}; Smooth Hilltop Hustlers (2nd year): Organ Cave helpers [15th year}; Renick Stickers (gth year); Vago Vikings (2nd year). In the Red Ribbon category were: Fairlea Trail Blazers and Greenbrier Echoes. These awards were presented by James Rowe. Member of the House of Delegates. Club banners are pro- vided by the Bank of White S ul ph ur Springs. Patrlcia A. Crane, Assistant Extension Agent, presented cer- tificates to 4-H Club leaders rec- ognized for their service. These are, state 4-H recognitions and were presented to: Vickie Wilson, Thelma Sebert. and Mary Boone, Lewlsburg; Sue Simms. Roncev- erie: Brenda Omechinskl and Charles Omechlnski. Qulnwood; Beth Mulllns and Cecil Mulllns. Frankford; Emory Hanna and Jean Hanna. Renlek; Kathy Ar- baugh and Lots McVey, Alder- son: and Dan Hall. White certificates went to: Mararet Moore, Lewlsburg; Rachel De- Priest, "l'm t; Alice Holland and Howard Schoonmaker, Clinton- ville; and Gary Harris and Keltha Harris, Smoot. Receiving a 15- year Certificate and a pearl clo- ver pin were Ollle Hoover of Ron- ceverte and Bruce Brenneman of Rupert. Greenbrier County 4-H Clubs recognize community business or individuals with a "Friend of 4-H* plaque for encouragement and help given to the county 4-H program. This year the "Friends of 4-H" plaque was presented to Bob and Carol Sherwood of Maxwelton. Citizenship Club Awards were given to clubs that achieved out- standing records in their activi- ties in the citizenship area. These recognitions went to Fairlea Trailblazers. Clintonville Mountain Rangers, Edgewood Up ,and Comers It, and Fort Spring Mountain Movers. The clubs received monetary awards for these achievements from the First State Bank and Trust of Rainelle and Rupert. The Greenbrler Chapter of Izaak Walton League of America presented monetary Conserva- tion Club Awards to: Seneca Trail. Cllntonville Mountain Rangers. Renick Stickers and Fort Spring Mountain Movers. All of these clubs, performed community tasks to promote conservation. Bill WalLace, Member-House of Delegates presented Commu- nity Beautification Club Awards. which were sl~nsored by Wal- lace & Wallace, Inc., to the fol- lowing clubs: Edgewood Up & Comers It. Clintonville Tower- lights. Renick Stickers and Fort Spring Mountain Movers. The Safety Club Awards are sponsored by the First National Bank in Ronceverte to clubs with outstmadlng programs in safety. Clubs receiving the monetary recognition in safety were: Clin- tonville Towerlights, Cllntonvllle Mountain Rangers, Renick Stick- ers, and Fairlea Trailblazers. Outstanding health programs by clubs were recognized by One Valley Bank, Ronceverte. These monetary Health Club Awards were presented to: Renlck Stick- ers, Fort Spring Mountain Mow ers. and Organ Cave Helpers. Milk Marketing, Inc. spon- sored the Dairy Achievement Award which was presented to Kim Hanna of the Frankford Country Kids 4-H Club, National Award Program pins, a county award, were received by several 4-H'ers. The recipi- ents were: Achievement Cindy Tuckwlller, Cllntonvllle and Deanna Williams. Caldwell. Alumni -- Mike Williams, Falrlea; Debble Montgomery, Lewlsburg; and Dan Hall, White Sulphur Springs. Agriculture -- Danny Vaughn, Lewlsburg. Beef -- Jason Hager. Lewisburg and Allen Hawver, Ronceverte. Citi- zenship -- ,Oebbie Jones, Alder- son; Larry Gields and Barry Fields, Renick; Monlca Holliday, Smoot; and Suzy Sartor, Lewis- SILVER CRYST-~L "You're one in a million..." Do you want to tell someone something special? This lovely figure made o[ purest Swarovski Silver Crystal says it for you. May we show it to you --and giftwrap it for you? FINE JEWELRY Yiu - MasterCard Di~ burg. Clothing -- Dana Napier and Kristie Coffman, Lewisburg and Laura Hawver, Ronceverte. Fashion Review -- Gayle Napier and Deanna Vaughan, Lewis- burg; and Angela McClung. Frankford, Conservation -- Erica "IMckwiiler and Laura Tuckwiller. Clintonville; and Gayle Napier, Lewisburg. Dairy -- I~ura Bell. Frankford; Aaron Helmick. Wil- liamsburg; Klm Hanna and Gina Hanna Renick; and Denny Mo- yer, Ronceverte. Dog Care -- Dana Napier, Lewisburg. Electric Energy ---Tina Harris, Smoot and Michelle Massie, Alderson. Food & Nutrition -- Tara "lhack- willer. Cllntonvllle and Debbie Jones, Alderson. Forestry -- Laura Tuckwlller, Clintonville, Food Conservation, Preservation & Safety -- Veronica Brandon, White Sulphur Springs and Shane Hunter, Ronceverte. Gar- dening & Horticulture -- Jason Reynolds, Frankford and Eliza- beth Fuller, Fort Spring. Health -- Erica Tuckwiller and Laura Tuckwlller, Clintonville. Horse -- Sandy Callison, Lewisburg. Leadership -- David Reynolds, Frankford; Manlea Johnson, Rainelle; and Suzy Sartor, Le- wisburg. Photography -- Cindy Tuckwiller, Clintonville and Levi Bland, White Sulphur Springs. Petroleum Power -- Steve Napier, Lewlsburg. Safety- Laura Tuckwlller, Cllntonvllle and Dennis Bare, Renick. Rabbit -- Deanna Williams, Caldwell. Recreation -- Jeremy Reen and Samantha Harrah, Cllntonville. Wood Science -- Brett White, White Sulphur Springs. Wildlife & Fisheries -- Amanda Morgan, Ronceverte. The following county medals were donated by Greenbrier County 4-H Leaders Association: Alumni -- Rachel DePrlest, Trout. Food Nutrition -- Melinda Workman, Renick; Veronica Brandon. White Sulphur Springs; and Samantha Harrah, Clintonville, Horse -- Annie Hoover, Anthony; Allan Hawver. Ronceverte; Robbie Loudermflk, Ronceverte and Rebecca Baum, White Sulphur Springs, Leader- ship Debbie Jones. Alderson and Deanna Williams, Caldwell. Photography -- Stacey Scott, White Sulphur Springs. Goats -- Jason Hager, Heather Louder- milk. and Emily Benedict. Lewis- burg; and Amanda Morgan, Ron- ceverte. Dance -- Matt Moore. Rupert; Davina Thompson, Crawley; and Crystal Daily and Danielle Dally, Hines. Thls Is 4- H -- Jessica Keene, Betty Loud- ermilk, and Becky Atkinson, Le- wisburg; and Crystal Anderson. Frankford. Sports- Richard Moore, Lewlsburg, Indian Lore -- Heather Workman, Renick, Money Management -- Tara Tuckwiller. Cllntonville. Patrlcia A. Crane, Assistant Extension Agent -- 4-H, recog- nlzed other 4-H members who received State awards or had participated in state activities. The 4-H Dairy Judging Team was recognized. The Senior team from the county was second place overall team in the state contest. Team members were Emily Benedict. Lewisburg; Denny Moyer. Ronceverte; and Klm Hanna and Glna Hanna, Renlck. The Junior team placed first in Jersey Judging In the state contest. Team members in- clude Laura Bell and Mickael Bell, Frankford; Aaron Helmlck, Williamsburg; and Latoya Gooch. Lewisburg. The Livestock Judging team consisted of Levl Bland and Stacy Scott. White Sulphur Springs; and Jason Hager, Le- wisburg. They placed fourth overall in the State Contest. Recognitions of winners of trips to the National 4-H Con- gress in Chicago were made. These are 4-H'ers who are state winners in the National Awards Program. Representing Green- brier County this year are: Cindy Tuckwiller of Clintonville in Pho- tography and Deanna Williams of Caldwell in Yeast Breads. 4-H'ers receiving state recog- nition certificates for having blue ribbons In the State 4-H Poster Contest were: Deanna Vaughn, Kathy Boone, Melissa Boone. Lewlsburg; Joe Harrison, Ren- I ick; Laura Bell and Elam Leed, Frankford; and Kellsy Allen, Rainelle. The 4-H'ers recognized for achievement in the State Visual Presentation and Public Speak- ing Contest were: Aaron Hehnick, Chris Judy. Crystal Lake, J. R. Hedrick, Misty Shor- tridge. Selene Kessinger, Stew- ard Lewis and Jennifer McCllnttc all of Williamsburg; and Gayle Napier of Lewisburg. The Horse Achievement Awards were presented to 4- H'ers for outstanding overall per- formance in horse shows. The awards were based on a point system. Receiving trophies were: Christy Camp (lst place), White Sulphur Springs; Annie Hoover (2nd place), Anthony; and Rob- bie Loudemdlk (3rd place), Le- wlsburg. Also receiving partici- pant trophies were: Lisa Morgan, Ronceverte; Stephanie McClung, White Sulphur Springs; and Anal Omechlnskt, Quinwood. The awards were presented by Kevln Hoke of White Sulphur Springs. A special appreciation award was presented to Susan Williams on behalf of the 4-H Leaders as- sociation by David Smith, Presi- dent, for her efforts while she was a member of the Greenbrier County Extension Service Staff. Mistress of Ceremonies for the Achievement Program was Monica Holllday of the Smooth Hilltop Hustlers 4-H Club. David Smith. President of the Green- brier County 4-H Leaders Asso- ciation welcomed those attend- ing. The West Virginia 4-H Song and Pledge and the Pledge of Al- legiance were led by the Clinton- ville Mountain Rangers 4-H Club. and devotions were given by the Renick Stickers 4-H Club. Registration was handled by the Vago Vikings 4-H Club. The Organ Cave Helpers 4-H Club and Clintonville Tower- lights 4-H Club helped with clean-up. After the program, refresh- ments were provided by the Greenbrier County Extension Homemakers council. Merchants Support Fairlea College Site The Ronceverte Merchant's Association went on record at their last meeting as supporting the original proposed site of the Greenbrier Community College (GCC) near Greenbrier East High School in Fairlea and as recom- mended by the GCC Advisory Board. In other business the group will recognize students from the Ronceverte Elementary School who won first place in the Greenbrier County Academic Quiz Bowl. They are Chris Calli- son, Aaron Collins. Timmy Dolan, Andy Fields and Kevin Phillips. They will be guests at the December 13 meeting. It was announced that about $500 was cleared from the Hal- loween Carnival held in Clifford Armory; that five new "snow- flake" Christmas lights had been ordered, and that the annual Christmas parade will be Mon- day, December 3 at 7 p.m. Committees were appointed to inventory rentable and usable property and to investigate "win- dow dressing" on others. The secretary was Instructed to write the Williamsburg Parent Teach- ers Organization thanking them for the use of some of their equipment for the Halloween carnival. Prior to the business meeting, Ramona Goutlere. executive see- retary of the Greenbrier Eco- nomic Development Corporation. led the members in a discussion on how the two organizations could help each other, empha- sizing planned growth wlth stra- tegic thinking and encouraging a progressive attitude with more pride among residents. The Messenger Brings You News I I l Ill I I I A RESTAURANT II. I _ I I I NOW OPEN 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday Closed Sunday 536-2202 I]1 II C AR N[=(-,IV The Carnegie Col Information prepared by C, arneg2e Hall and presented as a public service by the" Motmtain Messenger, your community What magnificent stars we saw at the Holiday Stars fashion show sponsored by Yarids and Carriage Hill for the benefit of Carnegie Hall on November 12. The extravaganza was great fun and certainly got all of us think- ing ahead to the holidays. We'd like to express most heartfelt thanks for all the creativity, en- ergy and planning by Carla Gillespie, Linda Wheeler, Martha Glllesple, Dolly Ford, Jane Matheny, Katherine Yarld and Harriet Murphy that made such a successful event. Thanks also to The Blue Moon Car6 for pro- viding the delicious dessert buf- fet; Rusty Hatcher of Alpha Mu- sic for music; Tim Pyne of Rush Run Sound for lights and sound; Elaine Pugh for her commentary; Linn Hanson for choreography; and Gillespie Flowers & Produc- tions for the terrific decoration. We wish our many supporters during classes will be and teachers will be wl~: answer any questions have. | The rock band "Rtp~ will perform at Carnegi~ Saturday. December p.m. The band hails fro~ sylvania but also cons cal residents Billy A~ Delton Weikle. and may be I: door. The Greenbrier munity Chorus, in with Carnegie Hall, Handel's '~I'he afternoon, December 2, There is no admlssloll The Chorus is comprls proximately 40 area tl and is directed by l Wygal. Soloists include Hicks of Frankford, Rer~ White Sulphur Walls of Lewisburg, and friends a most Happy ris of Glenville and Thanksgiving. We have so much McClung of Alderson. to be thankful for at Carnegie Arbogast of White Hall . . . we are very appreciative Springs is the piano of all your participation and hist. We hope you will help. Your chance to let us know this very special what you'd like to see at Came- event. gie Hall is coming up soon: the A community cho~ 1990 Annual Meeting of Came- been formed to particlp~ gie Hall, Inc. will be held upcoming production a] Wednesday evening, November And The Night Vlslto~ 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Old Stone performed by Opera.. Room at Carnegie Hall. Please Theatre on Saturday, 1] come and let us know how you 8, at 8 p.m. This polgf~![ feel about what's going on and of a poor crippled boy] what you'd like to see happening healed through his act| here In the future, ness ls guaranteed tl We're planning another coy- hearts of all ages. ered dish dinner for all partlci- are now being accep~ pants and families from the Fall 645-7917. Admission classes. The dinner is scheduled adults and $7 for sedI for Tuesday. November 27, at students, a holiday re~ 6 p.m. in the Old Stone Room at benefit Carnegie Hall, Carnegie Hall. We also encour- the performance. age all other members of the $2 for adults and $1| community who are interested in dren. (This Is the lastJ our education program to par- our 1990 Fail Perfo~ tlclpate in the meal. Items maderlesl, i By ANDREA GAINER WVU Extension Agent, Home Economics, Greenbrier Young children have a natu- ral curiosity about this world, and that makes them eager stu- dents. However, helping them learn can be frustrating for par- ents and other adults unless they understand the learning process. To succeed as teachers, par- ents must first understand how young chlldren learn, what they need to know. and how to en- courage learning. Young children learn through their senses -- especially by touching, tasting, hearing, see- ing -- and through movement. The whole body Is Involved In the process. Children usually begin by exploring their sur- roundings. Then they go on to discover the purpose or meaning of specific objects. For a young child, the four steps to learning are: explore, discover, repeat, and adapt. Each step Is vital. Left to their own devices, children are learn- Ing constantly this way. For ex- ample, when babies stop crawl- Ing around a room to play with a bright ball, they are uslng their sensory-motor skills to learn. They touch or move the ball many times to reinforce their ]earning experience. And later, they will use their new skills to explore other objects in a similar way, trying to adapt what they have learned to new situations. To help young children ex- plore, discover, repeat, and adapt new skills, ad4 provide times, places, rials for learning to encourage learning,I activity. Let children many people --- you~?: Talk with chtldren, li them. Teach them them stories, help new words, and toms of their Language is not taught, Talking about objects that different hellSs ther0 their surroundings, words learned also their verbal skills. Repetition is lm understanding. If an can't be repeated, craft project to what was learned. and constructive play ways to help childref| an event. Exploring and dl~ tlvltles Involve ,outl$ with the real w rid. people, different food~/ plants, pets, ro~ks. toys can all stimulate] By provldlng childrell] roundlngs that encoO~ ration and discovery, lay the foundation for| learning experience. t TODAY B CHUCKLIg, Farmer seeks lady for companionship at marriage. Send plot0 tor. SUBSCRIPTION RATI I In State $14.84 In State Senior Citizens $13.7 In State Students $11.13(9 Out-of-State, $15.00 $1 discount to Senior Citizens Mountmn Messenger 122 N. 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