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Lewisburg, West Virginia
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December 6, 1990

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. hP Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 6, 1990 Greenbrier AirpOrt Granted $306,000 l:: 5. S~,nator Robert C. Byrd tias :m.{,unced the award of two D,p:tr~ment of Transportation grants iotaling $1.3 million for improvements to Yeager Airport irt ('harlestm and Greenbrter Valh y Airp~rt tn Lewisbnrg, Mr- Byrd sakl Yeager Airport will receive $t million to add lighting, to rehabilitate the ter- minal apron and loading pads. and to remove asbestos from the terminal building. A $306.000 grant will enable the Greenbrier Valley Airport to acquire an atrcratt rescue and flrefightlng vehicle, and to reha- bilitate an apron and fencing, the Senator said. It's a Merry stmas on Main-- Join us Saturday December 8th Christmas Parade Holiday Merchant Open Houses Photos with Santa Strolling Carolers Roasted Chestnuts Gift Wrap Service (every Saturday afternoon) 4 p.m.- 8 p.m. I III I 34 West Main Street 536-4007 I \ Bring Your Christmas List to Wyatt Home Center Sparkomatic 49" 3 OZ. Christmas(8-50 ~ 0 Pine Lamp 6o3~ Pine scented disposable car- tndge which will add charm to LdLMPLIGI-n" F/H~M~ any holiday party. WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Ace Carton Seal Strapping Tape -- 2 Pack Two rolls of super.sarong pocKogetsealing tope Works cluickly and oppnes eosflv for instant oooticolion to oil kinds of ooxes 120 E. Washington St., Lewisburg, WV Xmas Open House Set For Spa City VFW & Librar3 Friends Meet By Jonathan Wright As part of the month-long "Merry Christmas on Main Street" promotion sponsored by Main Street White Sulphur Springs and the city's Chamber of Commerce. December 8 actlvl- lies include a number of musi- cal, shopping, and eating events. City merchants will observe a "progressive open house" from 4 to 8 p.m. Shoppers are encour- aged to travel from store to store and sample refreshments offered by participating merchants. The former City Hall Building, which is the headquarters for the "Main Street Christmas" promo- tional, will be the site of gift- wrapping services. Shoppers may visit the building, select ap- propriate boxes, ribbons, and tags for their gifts at $1 per gift. and have their packages wrapped at a charge of $1 each. After the Christmas parade at 5 p.m.. the front of the Bank of White Sulphur Springs will be the stage for a 6 p.m. concert by the White Sulphur Springs Jun- ior High School Choir and the Greenbrier East High School Chorus. Also in front of the bank. volunteers will roast chestnuts on an open fire throughout the evening and sell them to shoppers at $1 per bag. Santa Claus will be at the new City Hall from 6 to 8 p.m. lbr those who wish to be photo- graphed with him. Prints are $2.50 each, Also from 6 to 8 p.m., Christmas carollers will sing holiday songs as they stroll up and down Maln Street. Winners in the December 1 'Chill Cook-oW sponsored by the Main Street group were Chris Bowling of White Sulphur Springs (first place). Don McCoy of White Sulphur Springs (sec- .and place), and Bob Lindsay of Ronceverte {third place). The Frien