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3B - Mountain Messenger- November 26, 2011 - The Weekend Paper For The Greenbrier Valley Booktalk. New book about Nicholas, Fayette and Greenbrier Railroad available at Greenbrier Historical Society A new book titled A Brief History of the Nicholas Fayette =and Greenbrier Railroad by C. R. McQuain is now part of the research material available at The Greenbrier Historical Society, Lewisburg. Retired railroader, C. R. McQuain, Jr., has captured the history of a local railroad from his memory as a long- time employee of that railroad and from information gathered by him from documents, letters, pictures etc. The book contains narrative, photos, diagrams, charts and graphs that make it of interest to railroad enthusiast and to those interested in Greenbrier County history. McQuain goes into great detail explaining such things as the technology of laying railroad tracks so the heavy seam engines pulling fiat cars could reach the lucrative timber stands high upon the steep hills and then safely navigate the same grades back down loaded with many tons of harvested timber. The book is available for research in the Historical Society's Archives located in the North House every day except Sundays and holidays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. To inquire further call 304-645- 3398. Johnson Memorial UMC to hold 7th Annual Bazaar and Lunch Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church in AIderson will hold their 7th Annual Bazaar and Lunch on Saturday, Dec. 3, 9 a.m. to 4 ip.m. and Sunday, Dec. 4, 12 noon to 4 p.m. There will be handmade crafts for great stocking stuffers and gift ideas; baked goods, yummy pies, breads; jelly and lots more; a silent auction where wonderful deals are to be found and a White Elephant Sale. Lunch includes your choice of homemade soup (vegetable or potato), your choice of sandwich (homemade pimento or chicken salad), dessert and drinks. Come and warm up and enjoy a great bazaar and meal. New Voices submissions accepted at GVT Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT) is currently accepting submissions for its 2012 New Voices Festival of Plays. The festival provides an opportunity for playwrights to have their work directed iby a professional director and produced and performed on /stage at GVT. "Emerging playwrights are iencouraged to submit their ':work to this unique festival," '7said GVT Education Director '.-'and Artistic Associate Laurie 7 Rifle. "Let your voice be heardl" Prospective playwrights are asked to submit one-act plays approximately 15 to 30 minutes in length. The submission deadline is Dec. I and those accepted in the festival will be notified by Dec. 16. Community and student actors are invited to audition for roles in the productions from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Jan. 7. The shows will go into rehearsal in mid-January and will be performed during the festival in early February. Mail submissions to Laurie Rifle, Education Director, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, 113 East Washington Street, Lewisburg, WV 24901. Submissions will not be returned. Greenbrier Valley Theatre is The State Professional Theatre of West Virginia. iNew River hosts public forum on Palestine and the Arab Spring i" New River Community and -'Technical College will host a [forum on Palestine and the Arab ipring on Monday, Dec. 5, from .7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Tamarack :'Conference Center in Becldey. '.- The forum, entitled "Palestine: ::The Benign Neglect of a False ::Spring," will shed light on the .:effects of this year's Arab Spring i:uprisings on Occupied Palestine. i: The program will feature a -presentation by Enas Khalaf, a i'Fulbright Scholar at Minot State Universlty in North Dakota, who iSis a frequent speaker on Islam, iPalestine and the Palestinian- i.Israeli conflict. She currently is !teaching Arabic at Minot State i and is also a reporter for an online imedia organization for youth sponsored by A1 Jazeera, the Arabic language news network. Another presenter will be Michael Morsches, director of developmental education at New River, who also is a consultant to the United Nations Relief Works Agency, which provides assistance to Palestinian refugees In the region. Morcshes explained that while a great deal has been said and written about the impact of the Arab Spring protests on countries like Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, less is understood the impact on the Palestinians. The forum focus on the history of Occupied Palestine from 1947 and the current efforts to establish Palestinian statehood and the recent vote to include Palestine in UNESCO membership. Dr. Michael Curry, assistant dean of New River's Beckley Campus, wlll moderate the forum, which is open to the public free of charge. Give the Ultimate Gift of Wellbeing & Relaxation Buy Three Deep Cleansing Facials, Receive One Deep Cleansing Facial Free - GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE - i? ;5' GliSODin Slain Nutrients T,,.,,,..,,,,'..,:A .otlslc i. IA Lv n 205 W. 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