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Page 12--/lJr otaljontaea inlrS--September 25, 2003 i00ptoming Sculpture and Painting Exhibit Cooper Gallery is pleased to exhibit the works of interna- tionally known sculptor Jimilu Mason. Also. premiering for the first time in the United States are paintings and poetry by Ital- ian artist Luisa Delle Vedove. There will be a "&apos;meet the artist" reception Friday, October 3, 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit will con- tinue through October 31. The Manhattan Jazz Quartette will be the evening's featured musi- cians. Mason, world-renowned sculptor is noted for her large commissions in bronze and marble. This exhibit includes new works and maquettes of some of the large sculptures and several small fountains. Jimi- lu's visually tactile pieces invite not only your touch but evoke strong emotions. She is best known in West Virginia for the three dancers titled "Cabriole' commissioned by the former One Valley Bank in downtown Charleston. (BB & T). Her sculptures may be lbund in nu- merous private collections and public spaces in the United States and Europe. Vedove's paintings are brightly colored interactive mo- saic like expressions. Italian art critic, journalist Enzo Santese slates, "*the constituent elements tend to compose themselves into different combinations de- pending on the way in which he artist or the viewer pieces them together." A self-taught painter. Ms. Vedove's work continues to evolve. She ex- presses herself using simple materials: p]exiglas, parchment paper, acrylic and enamel sprays. She was awarded first place in the 200 International Competition in Triest, Italy. Ms. Vedove is also known for her writings and poetry. For more information please call: 1-888-868-5129 Cooper Fine Art Gallery, 122 E. Washington Street, Lewisburg. Hours: Monday through Thurs- day from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sun- days, by chance or by appoint- ment. Chamber of Commerce at (540) 468-2550 or website at www.highlandcounty.org. Lewisburg BPW 23rd Annual Arts & Crafts Fair The Lewisburg Business and Professional Women's Club announces its upcoming Arts & Crafts Fair the weekend of October 10-12. The annual event, located in the West Vir- ginia Building at the West Vir- ginia State Fairgrounds, is cele- brating its 23rd year with over 100 exhibitors offering hand- crafted items, including wΧd- work, ueedlecrafts, flower arrangements, scented candles. ceramics, paintings, metalwork. jewelry and much, much more. Hours will be Friday and Satur- day 9 a.m. to 8 pm and Sunday 11 a.m to 5 pm. Admission and parkhng are free. Also a variety of lood items will be sold, with numerous prize drawings throughout the weekend, including a S I(X) cash grand prize on Sunday. All pro- ceeds are donated back to the community by contributions, projects and scholarships. Take Otis opportunity to get dlead on holiday shopping and have tun. Non-profit Board Training and Business Skills Seminars to be featured at October Chamber Event On October 15 the Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Com- merce is sponsoring "Building Business and Boards," a day- long event featuring nonprofit board training, customer service and supervisory skills training. The event will be held in the Underwood Youth Center at the State Fairgrounds. The event begins with a "'Breakfast before Hours" featur- ing professional business con- sultant Rob Godbey speaking on "'Dealing with Change In a World that Constantly Changes." He has over 20 years of managerial and entrepreneuri- al experience and has worked with educational institutions. government organizations, non- profits, small businesses and vest Festival i.,,elebration of autumn, sponsored by the High- land County Chamber of Com- merce in Monterey, Virginia, on Saturday and Sunday, October 11 and 12. Highland County ("Vir- ginia's Switzerland") invites you to experience the splendor of autumn in a small, rural community in Virginia's West- ern Highlands. Highlights of the Hands and Harvest Festival include an art and crafts show, farmers' mar- ket, quilt show, county auction, and a used book sale. Local shops and galleries will extend their shopping hours through Sunday. Pork barbecue, ham sandwiches, apple dumplings, kettle corn, hot dogs and ham- burgers will be available on the Courthouse lawn. Entertainment will include clogging demonstrations on Sat- urday and Sunday afternoons at the Courthouse, and a 7 p.m. variety show featuring "220 South" on Saturday, October 1 1, at the Blue Grass Ruritan Building. For more information con- tact the Highland County i," "rite RUNIX)Wl m- '-1] Frt, xl. 3:45" 6:45.9:20 Sat., Stun. 12:45 • 3:45.6:45 • 9:20 Mon., Tues., Thurs, 6:45' 9:20 Fri., 9Lcl. 3:45 • 6:45 • 9:15 Sat., Sun. 12:45 • 3:45 ° 6:45 "9:15 Mort., Tues., Yhurs, 6:45' 9:1,5 "UNDERWORLD"  30., Frt, &l. 3:30" 6:30 ' 9:30 Sat., Sun. 12:30 • 3:30,6:30 • 9:30 Mort, Tues.. Thurs. 6:30' 9:30 Frl,, Wed. 3:' 6:30 • 9: Sat. Sun., Wed, 12:30 • 3:30 ° 6".30 ° 9".2( bla., Tues., Thurs. 6:30 • 9:20 Fri., Wed, 3'.20 ' 6:30 Sat., Sun, 12'30' 3: "6.' Mon., Tues., Thurs. 6: ONLY "ON ,q TIM IN Frl.,  3.30 " 7:00 ' 9:30 Sat., Sun. l:00,3"30.7.<)0 • 9:30 Mon., Tues., Thur&.0 • 9:30 Fri., Wid, 3:45' 6:45.9'30 Sat., Sun. 12;45 • 3:45 • 6:45 • 9:30 Mon., Tues., Thurs. 6:45 • 9".30 --- Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Hands & Harvest Festival  Godbey, i CEO/Creative Aria- The annual Han.d:Hi<. "t,:orb'Ibey_Works, which specializes in helping business owners develop strategies and new skills for improving their operations. . Nonprofit board training con- ducted by John Hazlett and the First Commitment Corporation will be offered in a morning and afternoon session. First Con> mitment Corporation is based in Wheeling. and was founded to support the community ram- profit infrastructure and to en- courage leaders in the business sector to become involved in non-profit organizations. Partic- ipants will learn how to be an effective leader on the governing body of an organization by stu- dying these six areas: The rela- Dove's Fur Wanted to bug Wild native 5 years and older Ginseng Green 890/lb. Dry 8285+Iib. Goldenseal 816/Ib. Bloodroot $7/lb. Skunk Cabbage 83/1b Black Cohash $2.50/1b Other botanicals bought. Deer antler buying. Buying Tuesday, • Sept. 30, at Pocahontas Foodland II a.m. - 1 p.m. 304-257-4491 tionship between the board and CEO/manager: importance of strategic planning: understand- ing the organization's resources: operations monitoring: self- governance: and behavior. Par- ticipants will receive a valuable training resource manual. Professional business trainer Penny Walk has extensive ex- perience with over fifty Cham- bers of Commerces and various small and lar,,e businesses. Pre- viously a t3-year associate ith the Rubbermaid Corporation. Walk will conduct a "'Customer Service" seminar in the morn- ing, and a Coaching and Super- isory Skills session in the af- ternoon. The morning session will identify why customers stop doing business, revie lhree basic keys to communica- tion and excellent telephone techniques. In addition. participants will discover the best way to handle complaints and learn about the lifetime xal- ue of a customer, the service profit chain, the customer's bill of rights and diffusing anger. The afternoon session is for ex- ecutives, mid-level managers and supervisors at an,,' level, Participants will learn how to promote synergy and delegate effectively,, how to create job ownership, and will identify ef- fective strategies for dealing with problem employees by studying behavioral stereotypes. problem solving and counseling techniques. A business-to-business shoal- case will offer marketing oppor- tunities using simple table dis- '50% OFF SOLID WOOD CABINETS Solid oak, maple & cherry. No chipboard. Free estimates. Let us help you redesign your kitchen GLADE'S * 799-4912 End of Month Sale Saturday, September 27 8 a.m.- 9 p.m. 50%off all donated clothing Goodwill Store Elkins Plaza play's. Attendees are being en- couraged to "'Suit Up For Busi- ness" and support the Cham- ber's efforts to collect good quality second-hand business clothes suitable to wear in a job interview. Items will be distrib- uted in the Greenbrier Valley. For complete registration in- formation, contact Marlene Pierson. Executive Director of "C-ver thi is or our l,s,, own best interests. - A Course in Miracles the Chamber of 304-645-1000. FRIENDLY REMINDER Notice: for ;n Pocahontas all Legals & ads, & In Monday @ 5:00 Classifieds @ noon. t'g,q) P"00hanks for your -' ",::. lPatience while ,, ,.. ,-,, ... "" .A. we Interrupt 2002 Olds Intrigue Collectors Edition, darkcherff 1 i i 5,800miles, oneowner, likenew yo00e ectr c serv ce  Buick teSabregreen, o,,eow.er, reatnia to Improve our z001 Ford Ranger Quad Cab XLTwld,a ', 15,000 miles, real nice 2000 Chevy Silverado 4x4,white, must see facilities in your area. 2000 guick Century beige 1999 Chevy Monte Carlo 2 dr. coupe, 1999 Ford Explorer 4 dr., maroon, 4x4, clean Date and Time: 1999 Olds Intrigue hite Saturday, Sept. 27, 2003, 10 AM 1999 Olds Aurora leather, maroon, 40,000 miles Rain Date: , 1999 Buick Century .t,.,-. mist ' "1999 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4, silver None 1998 Olds Cutlass leather, green Estimated Time of Restoration: 1998 Olds Bravada awo, white 11:30 AM 1997 Olds Bravada AWD, green 1997 Olds Bravada awo, red Location: 1997 Olds Bravada AWD, black The outage will affect approximately 500 1996 Olds Ninety Eight leather; :beige, one customers in the area, including residents 1996 Olds Ciera g,y of Dunmore, Dilleys Mill, Frost, and 1996 Olds Eiglity Eight gr, en 1996 Olds Ciera ma,oo, Sitlington. In addition, the area includes Olds Ninety Eight white, extra nice the Rt. 28 area from approximately 1995 Buick LeSabre mo. halfway between Green Bank and 1995 Olds Aurora beige Dunmore to south to just north of Dilleys 1994 Olds Cutlass Supreme 2 dr.,,qu Mill, and most of the area east of 1991 Lincoln Towncar silver, 4 dr. 1991 Olds Ninety Eight ilve Dunmore to the Virginia state line. 1985 Chevy S-10 4x4, maroon 1985 Buick LeSabre Fwo, ',,n, excellent ; 1984 Ford Ranger 5 spa., 4x4, silver ' 1979 Chevy Silverado btu,, 4x4 AlleghenyPower " " an Allegheny Energy Company Out & Meet The N00'W Experience ]'he RI00II00 2 - Alero, Sterling MORE OLDS COMING SOON! Ill 30 t I I , Sheets Garage, Inc. , Rt. 92, Green Bank, WV (304) 456-4484 or 800-767-3484 Call For After-Hours Appointment I',* Business Hours: Mort. - Fri. * 7".30 aan. - 5 p.m- " Saturday * 8 a.m. - 12 noon lll