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The CarnegieColumn information prepared by Carnegie Hall Stair and presented as a public service by the" Mountain Mes~,enger, your cornmtmity newspaper an hour last Saturday ling, Carnegie Hall was from a darkened hall into the space in around a poor peasant's somewhere in Judea on of Jesus' birth. Op- was responsible for change, wrought wonderful production of and the Night Visitors." to a thoroughly pro- cast. set and costum- the shepherd chorus of 16 singers made the opera a enjoyable and spellbinding We will certainly remember beautiful story and very appreciate all those who to make it such a / evening. forget: gift certificates tickets, individual and classes are at Carnegie Hall. They happen to be the perfect color for gifts for every- Christmas or Chanukah call the office at 645-7917 would like to place an or- This is a wonderful way to your Carnegie Hall and while you are de- and surprising a friend at the same time! ie Hall is now accept- lstration for its 1991 Win- classes which begin mid- Courses being offered ballroom dancing, eso- (part 1), herbs, jazzercize, face make- weaving and yoga. In ad- pottery and French is g taught for children. Regis- 0n and tuition is due one prior to the first day of Class size is limited so enrollment is encouraged. complete class schedule register, call the office at Our goal is to offer and Innovative courses to :COmmunity. Should you be in teaching a future I ------] Sorority MeetsI With Mrs Hinkle Xi Gamma Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meet November By Lions Ronceverte Lions Club for its regular bl-monthly DAKOTA V-8 meeting at the American Building and enjoyed a rib dinner prepared by Clingman of Lewisburg. the business session, pre- over by President Mike the club voted to con- to the DARE drug pro- the Ronceverte Commu- School and the Sat- previous meeting Pam vice chairman of the of Directors of The Com- Nursery School, spoke to ub about how the 3 and 4- are benefited. She said is nonprofit and af- Mr Gabbert spoke Such schools from his per- knowledge while working Greenbrier County School club will distribute about food baskets to some less families in the commu- the holidays. voted to co-sponsor COmmunity turkey dinner Legion Building 22. Eugene Kelly re- that Rudy's Corner Grill Volunteered to prepare the Contributed by a local U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA To Meet le la every three women has of some form of sex- Many times a woman has no place to turn to the many complex feel- has about what hap- to her. To help women ugh" these issues, the Center will start a group for Adult Survl- Incest and Sexual As- group will meet every evening from 7 p.m. P.m., beginning January eall the Family Refuge at 645-6334 for more in- or to register for the sed [llce of the Greenbrier on Aging, Inc. on Tuesday, Janu- to observe New Year's ~als will be served at the Center, the Lewis- or Frankibrd Nu- Sites. No transportation by the Senior Senior Van. 547-5724 class or have suggestions lor ns to explore, please contact Mal), Leb. artistic director at the t lall. Have you noticed the work men on and about Carnegie ttall lately9. It's the roofers from Ta- bor, Inc. who are completing the last step in our re-roofing proj ect! We have oMcially removed all of the buckets from the Green Room and office; the east wing (over the GVT Office and GCW Alumnae Room) is ahnost com- pleted; the big section over the main part of the Hall will be next! We enjoyed a brief rain shower a few weeks ago, lot it was the first time in years that the rain wasn't coming into the office! This will be our last Carnegie Column of 1990, so we'd like to take this opportunity to once again thank all of those who have contributed to Carnegie Hall's success over the last year. Our hats off and heartfelt thanks to those who have given time, energS,, expertise, money and materials to tile Hall . . . your support nmkes a great dif- ference and has made it possible for all things to happen here! For those of you watching and wait- ing to see what will come of Car- negie Hall, know that the organi- zation is becoming sounder, big- ger and better all tim time and join with us in 1991 as we leap forward! We wish you all a very happy holiday, filled with joy and laughter, and a healthy and prosperous New Year. 20 for a desert meeting at Shoney's. and December 11, at the home of Bobbie Hinkle, for a Christmas covered dish dinner and "Secret Pal" gift exchange. The chapter voted to sponsor a member of the Family Refuge Center and to donate a food bas- ket and clothing for the adopted family that the chapter supports through the year. A thank you from the service chairman, Janet Turner, for the help in ringing the bell for the Salvation Army kettles at the local malls. A Ways and Means project for November was a Craft and Bake goods sale. Members brought a guest and refreshments were served. The chapter's Christmas dinner will be held at the Cabin Chlb December 15. The next meeting will be January 8 at the home of Alice Hollingsworth. Members attending were: Bobble Hinkle, Brenda Gher- man, Peggy Shaver, Vivian Clower, Shirley Turner, Marilyn Hylton, Karen Eggleston, Alice ttollingsworth, Linda Powell, Ernestine Atkinson, Andrea Phil- lips, Charlotte Cook, Vickie Wil- liams and Janet Turner. Buckle Up What? You're Not A Bus Driver? Suzie's team is on its to the state championship finals, if only they could get a ride. Unfortunately, the whole team will not fit in your car, and you don't have a spare bus stored in your garage. Come on do "n to U-Save Auto Rental and select one of our dependable and economical vehicles. We can't guarantee the team will win the title, but we'll bet we can get them to the game in comfort and on time! ,4g./'lO .J E/VT. Your Home Town Car Rental Company@ H ppy New Year The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 27, 1990 7A The Ronceverte Woman's Club sponsored a Christmas lighting contest December 16. The judges were Sue Robinson and Georgene Deitz. The winners were: Best Overall: 1st. Mr and Mrs Gary Aide: 2nd, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Durham; 3rd. Mr and Mrs C. W. Baker. Honorable Men- tion: Mr and Mrs Gary Ambler. Mr and Mrs Bob Mick. Mr and Mrs Keith Brown, Mr and Mrs Keith Morgan and Mr and Mrs Russell Pomphrey. Best Win- dow: 1st. Mr and Mrs Ralph : ,:;! : " ":::;i.: ........ . Fisk; 2nd, Mr and Mrs Donald Holliday; 3rd, Mr and Mrs Donald Honaker. Honorable Mention: Mr and Mrs Roy Mor- ris and Mr and Mrs Lindy Hodges. Outdoor Tree: 1st, Mr and Mrs Julian Young; 2nd, Mr and Mrs Tom Donovan; 3rd, Wil- liam ShanMin. Honorable Men- tion: Mr and Mrs Robert Slaven and Mr and Mrs Donald Ho- naker. Entrance: 1st, Mr and Mrs Eugene Kelley; 2nd. Mr and Mrs William Fox: 3rd Mr and Mrs :mdrew Brown. Honorable In Ronceverte Mention: Shirley Glllian, Mr and Mrs Jill] Willialns, Sue Ella MI- ano, Mr and Mrs Eddie Walton, Ronald and Sharon Baker mid Sue Londeree. Best Decorated Business: I st, Wallace & Wal- lace; 2nd, Hair Fantastic: 3rd, George's Rexall. Honorable Mention: Wisemans Flower Shop, Corner Market, Hanshaw lllsurancc and Ball Sports. Good News! 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