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cast k Noodles ,ans, ce ~ter, Milk lilk, Toast & ares i& Cheese ~getabes isp/Topping ~-Syrup Juice, Milk }ttuce Cheese ,~ans e Alderson Elementary School Breakfast & Lunch Menu for December Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 4 Sausage Biscuits Applesauce, Milk Hamburgers/Buns Baked Beans Lettuce, Pickles Blueberry Cobbler Milk 11 Cheese Toast Applesauce, Milk Spaghetti Coleslaw Buttered Corn Fruit Rolls, Butter, Milk 18 Cheese Toast Applesauce, Milk Sliced Ham Scalloped Potatoes Mixed Greens Pineapple Slices Rolls, Butter, Milk 5 French Toast stiCk Bacon, Juice, Milk Tomato Soup Carrot Sticks Peanut Butter Sandwich Cheese Wedges Pears, Cookies 12 Oatmeal, Raisins Cinnamon Toast Juice, Milk Steak Nuggets Mashed Potatoes Green Beans Pineapple Slices Rolls, Butter, Milk 19 Oatmeal Cinnamon Toast Juice, Milk Bar-B-Q/Buns Coleslaw French Fries Blueberry Cobbler, Milk 6 Pancakes/Syrup Juice, Milk Bar-B-QJBuns French Fries Coleslaw Peaches Cake, Milk 13 Pancakes-Syrup Juice, Milk Hot Dogs/Buns Tater Tots Chili/Onions Coleslaw Pears, Milk 2O French Toast Stick Bacon, Juice, Milk Turkey & Dressing Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Green Beans Peaches Bread, Butter, Milk 7 Cereal, Banana Graham Crackers with Peanut Butter, Milk Tacos, Lettuce, Cheese Tomatos Corn, Spice Cake Fruit Cup, Milk 14 Ham Biscuits Juice, Milk Pizza Green Beans Tossed Salad Fruit Jello Milk 21 Cereal-Banana Milk Hot Dogs/Buns Coleslaw Buttered Corn Fruit Cup Cookies, Milk Monday 10 Doughnuts, Juice, Milk, Cereal Fish Filets French Fries, Corn Rice Pudding Roll Milk 17 Pizza Tlast, Juice Milk, Cereal Hamburger Lettuce/Tomato French Fries Baked Beans, Banana Milk The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 6, 1990 3B White Sulphur Springs Elementary School Breakfast & Lunch Menu for December Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 11 Pop Tarts 1/2 Banana, Cereal, Milk Spaghetti, Tossed Salad Peas, No Bake Cookie French Bread, Milk 18 Oatmeal, Juice Milk, Cereal Chili Peanut Butter Sandwich Pickle Chips, Banana Cookie Milk 12 Cinnamon Toast Juice, Milk, Cereal Vegetable Soup Grilled Cheese Sandwich Pickle Chips Rice Krispie Treat Milk 19 Mulfin, 1/2 Orange Milk, Cereal Pizza, Salad, Peas Pineapple Slice Milk 6 Sausage Biscuit Juice, Milk, Cereal Tacos, Salad, Corn Cookie Pear Milk 13 Croissant Rolls, Eggs Applesauce, Juice Milk, Cereal Ham, Scalloped Potatoes Broccoli, Orange Roll, Milk 2O COOK'S CHOICE 7 Cheese Toast Juice, Milk, Cereal Barbeques Cole Slaw Potato Wedges Fruit Cup Cookie, Milk 14 Peanut Butter & Graham Crackers Fruit, Cereal , Pizza, Salad Mixed Vegetables Pear Milk 21 Variety, Juice Milk, Cereal Turkey/gravy Mashed Potatoes Green Beans Christmas Cake Roll, Milk NO SCHOOL December 24 -- January 1. School Reconvenes January 2 trier East officers and homeroom have been se- Greenbrier East High for the 1990-91 school the Class of 1991 is Kathy Baker; Vice Lucy Marshall; Secre- Honaker and Treas- Warren. Student ~resentatives are Jessica Mendel- afanie Morgan, Kevin Michael Patterson and representatives ln- Kathy Baker, Robert Brenda Clarkson, Gable, Ashley Hampton, Kirby, Bob Lindsey, Morgan, Lori Perkins, Ashley Smith and :ren. !Class of 1992 officers are president; Lavon president; Kendrick Secretary and Katherine , treasurer. The student representatives are Jackson, Courtney Mo- Smith, Andrew , Josh Hunter and "],'rent !. Boggs, Romona Sidney Coles, Leslie Molly Hefner, Damian Lephew, Kent Modlin, :rry, Katheryn Shank, and Terry Wonye- up the homeroom rep- for the Class which the annual Junior- officers for the Class of Angle Level, president; Davis. vice president; secretary and Student Council are Jerry Gore, 'lot and Chan Whitt. Stacey Reeves, and Smith. Homeroom rep- are Abby Arbuclde, Jeni Childers, Matt Hayes, Tricia Roberta King, Shawna Jared Patton, Suzi Taylor and Jeremy Council officers in- Coleman, presi- Banton, vice presi- Warren, secre- arid Amanda McClung, Inter-Clul~ delegates Amber Cook, Ann Hap Hampton and Becky S You News E S T A l i F,' A t J I Lounge Dining Parties PEN DALLY 5 PM h SATURDAY SUNDAY 1-64 Exit 175 ; WV I I Local Twirlers Take Top Honors At Competition In Ravenswood The Showstoppers Junior High group and the Lewisburg Junior High majorettes captured first place, second place, and third place at~ the West Virginia State Twirling Competition at Ravenswood High School, No- vember 10 and 11. Over 100 groups competed in various categories. The Showstoppers captured third place in Senior Large Dance-Twirl. Members were: Jennifer Cockrell, Melanie Humphreys, Casey Lemley, Crystal Hendricks, T.J. Cockrell, Elana Moore, Sarah Cayanus, and Karen Lockhart. Competing as Senior Small Danee-'l\virl, the Showstoppers placed in the top ten. Members were: Karen Lockhart, Casey I.emley, Crystal Hendricks, and Elana Moore. The Lewisburg Junior High majorettes won first place in the majorette line for the lk)urth time. Members were: Karen Lockhart. Elana Moore, Sarah Cayanus, Casey l.emley, and Jennifer Cockrell. The majorettes also won sec- ond place ior their half-time show. Members were Karen LockharI, Elana Moore, Sash Cayanus, Casey Lemley, Jennifer Cockrell, and Alexis Bohrnstedt. Smoot Junior High School Perfect Attendance Grade 7- Mr Riggs Gene Austin Goins Brian K-eith Holliday Mitchell Andrew Holliday Carla Michelle Loudermilk Grade 7 -- Mrs Pomeroy April Dawn Bennett Seneca Shawn Coughlin To nja Jo Hanna Roberta Faye Helmick Jerry Wayne Morris Aleasa Sue Parker Gregory Wayne Tharp Grade 8 -- Mr Reed Martha Gail Brunty Chandra Llewellyn Bryant Jeannette Nicole Carr Mark Clayton Dameron David Wayne Hanna Erika Nicole Henson Travts Carl Holiday Nonna Lee Lytle Tricia Evelyn Malus Jeremy Michael Reed Carrie Lynn Rodgers Grade 9 -- Mr O'Dell Nathan Alan Burns Billie Jo Gray Marry Alan Holliday Troy Matthew Hunter Ryan Hamilton Keesee Scan Thoinas Keesee Amy Leona King Wesley Clark Riddle Jaime Michelle Straughn Roger Lee Wills New News Is 000 1. Pre-School? 2. Transportaion to and from school? 3. Structured Daily Activities? 4. Nutritional hot breakfast,lunch & snacks? 5. Help with toilet training? 6. Qualified, trained staff that meet licensing requirements? 7. Monthly birthday parties? 8. Clean, Modern, air.conditioned facilities? 9. Accident ?nsurance on each child? 10. No smoking on premises? SEE FOR YOURSELF SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1990 REFRESHMENTS/TOURS opme tiC. RO'iite 92, White Sulphur Springs 536-4260 Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m, Thirty-Five Concord Students In Who's Who The 1991 edition of Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges will include the names of 35 stu- dents from Concord College who have been selected as outstand- ing leaders. The Concord Stu- dent Affairs Office and editors of tile annual directory have in- cluded the names of these stu- dents based on their academic achievement, service to the com- munity, leadership in extracur- ricular activities and potential for continued success. The Concord honorees from this area include Elizabeth prepared by the Monroe County Board of Education listed all the teachers in Monroe County who qualified for the Chapter 2 Mini- grants. Inadvertently, one teacher was left off this list. Paul Ix)vett of the Monroe County Vo- cational-Technical School. Mr Lovett's grant will allow his stu- dents to gain access to the ILg- Ed network. This is a dial-up, communication service designed specificalIy |or agriculture edu- cation classes. Through the grant each stu- dent will publish one newspaper article, prepare and present on radio news stray, summarize one article from Ag-ED per week and wilt add to their computer abili- ties as they use the Ag-Ed Net- work. Boone of Alderson; student body president Mike Chambers of featuring smoked meats, cheeses, crackers,/] Renick; Susie Jarrell of Alder- chocolates, nuts and shortbread... -/Ja l son; Melanie Spade of R_ainelle. 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