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! AUGUST 5, in their official attire of and purple dresses, the ladies of the Lulu Chapter of the Red Hat Society spent the day in Virginia, with sight-seeing, shopping, and at Highs Restaurant. Making the trip were, Paul, Edith Kisner, Cathy Grimes, Gladys and Hazel Chenoweth. The local chapter of the Society was chartered in April 2003. of Education from page 2 as custodian. Green Bank McCurd) as teacher acts at Marlinton Madison :Is custo- at PCHS Hill as teacher of spe- remediation at Pritt as extended da !at Hillsboro Jordan and Carrie as substitute cooks Hickson as substitute Estep. Nancy Gal- en Kolonay. Denise ,and Glen Wade as home- leachers Walther as assistant tbotball coach at PCHS " Shannon Alderman as assis- tant girls basketball coach at Marlinton Middle Douglas Cutlip as head bo) s basketball coach at Marlin- tm Middle Brett Withers as assistant boys basketball coach at Marlin- ton Middle * Susan Miller and Janelle Gilmore as substitute teachers Another personnel item ap- pro&apos;,cd v, as: * transfer of Jacqueline Kelly from teacher of special education at Green Bank to teacher of early childhood at Green Bank. The meeting ended with an executive session on personnel. Friday, September 19 the Bud<skin Council Scout Camp, Rt. 28, Dunmore 10 a.rn. - 2 p.m. Lunch served 12 - I p.m. Western theme with games, prizes end entertainment. I i,,Nd o ride or hove questions coil one of the centers I 56-5370 Madinton 79 Hillsboro 653-4,516 J oo,.ends a,, en,o,,, do,,,, 1. I s: Salsa chicken, homemade pork BBQ,  I aloes, baked beans cote slaw, biscuits  [ apple pie, lea and coffee '  I Tues., Sept. 23 Iues., Sept. 30 Sale Tues., Oct. 7 Calf Sale Tues., Oct 14 Take-in time 7 a.m. - 1 p.m. and Cow Sale ---Sat., Oct. 25 Jar sale sales every 2nd and 4th Saturday. For more information call: 799-6652 before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m. Groseclose Siding & Windows  Since 1979 For your free consultation, contact Dick or Jesse at E)9-4118 OLD TIME GRAV00C AND BISCUIT BREAKFAST presented upon request by The Dunmore Community Center September 21 a.m.- 10:30 a.m. by and enioY br00kfost with ilg friends and neighbors. *Donations appreciQted. i00tpt0ming Riders of the Flood Drama Opens This Weekend The Riders of the Flood out- door drama will be presented on September 11-13 and 18-20 at the Island Park Amphitheater in Ronceverte. The drama is based on the book of the same name by Warren Blackhurst and is a fictional look at the era of the white pine log drives down the Greenbrier River from the for- ests of Pocahontas County to Ronceverte. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 800 343- 7386. Civil War Reenactment at Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park September 13-14 Take a step back in time with a reenactment ol the Battle of Carnifex Ferry, that will bc held the weekend of September 13 and 14 at Carnilex Ferry Bat- tlefield State Park, near Sum- mersville in Nicholas County. The two-day event includes vari- ous living history demonstra- tions such as camp life, military drill, and a reenactment of the Federal assault on the center at the C(mfederate line. Camps will be open to the publi c for a tour on September 13 at 9 a.m. through 5 p.m. and will feature reenactors going about the daily business of c(xk- ing, cleaning and tending to military things. Walking tours each day. Visitors are encour- aged to enter the camps and interact with. the reenactors. Don't ask them about twentieth century gadgets or issues, because for these two days they have assumed the lives of nine- teenth century soldiers, whose president is Abraham Lincoln. On September 14, camps will open at 9 a.m. with the reenact- ment of the 1861 Battle of Car- nifex Ferry starting at 2 p.m. and all activities will end after the baule. This reenactment is hosted by Comp-,my A of tffe 36th Vir- ginia Infantry, West Virginia"s oldest and most authentic living history organization.The event attracts hundreds of the country's best Civil War reenactors from .several states and has been called one ol the finest small reenact- ments in the eastern United States. There is. no.,admission charge. Visitors are invited to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the day. For more information, please call (304) 872-0825 or 1- 800-CALL WVA. Scope from page 2 said. The VA-HUD Appropria- tions bill also includes $10.3 million Byrd supported for oper- ations of the Green Bank Ob- servatory including the Byrd Telescope, the recently opened Visitors and Education Center, and student dormitories. "The new education center at the Green Bank Observatory will bring cutting-edge scientific knowledge directly to West Vir- ginia students. Choose from Sassafras, Black Walnut, Cherry or Butternut Call Chris Jordan 799-7186 , All types of Body Repair & Painting ' ] [ ......... TRS ..... 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Representatives from Bath and Rockbridge Counties, in Virginia, and Greenbner, Nicho- las, and Pocahontas Counties will gather in Marlinton to learu more about the Byway Program. Mountain Waters Byway runs lrom Lexington, Virginia, to Summcrsville in Nicholas County. M',ke a reservation by September 15 by calling the Pocahontas County Visitors Bureau at I-8(XJ-336-7(X)9. Fee is $10 which includes two lunches md dinner. Registration is lrom 11 a.m. to noon on Friday, Sep- tember 19. After the Welcome by Robin Mutscheller, President ol the Marlinton Business Asso- ciation, lunch will be served in the Opera House. From others who have worked with Byways and lom the Byway Coordina- tors, those attending will learn atu>ut the Byway process. Din- nor is with a voucher from MBA to enjoy one ol several restaurants in Marlinton. On Saturday registration is tram 8 to 9 a.m. Then elected oflicials and those in State gov- ernment who work with the pro- ...... LEXINGTON ANTIQUE CENTER 1495 N. 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