Date archive forJuly, 2013
cosmetology program NRCTC homestead
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 29th, 2013

DSLCC offers information about cosmetology program

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College recently held an information session about program options related to cosmetology that are now offered on the Lewisburg campus of New River Community and Technical College. More...

Christ Our Savior of the Valley Lutheran Church to host Free School Supply Giveaway bw
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 29th, 2013

Christ Our Savior of the Valley Lutheran Church to host Free School Supply Giveaway

Christ Our Savior of the Valley Lutheran Church, 810 N. Jefferson Street, Lewisburg, will host their 2nd annual Free School Supply Giveaway on Saturday, Aug. 3 at 10 a.m. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and supplies More...

Karen Lobban at Alderson EE
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 29th, 2013

Karen Lobban reads to Alderson Energy Express

Alderson Energy Express is in its fifth week of the program and the theme for the week is “Community.” The children are reading books and doing activities related to people in the community, such as the mayor, More...

City National Bank cutline story
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 29th, 2013

City National Bank volunteers provide one-on-one reading at Alderson Energy Express

City National Bank volunteers are among the many who come each week to Alderson Energy Express. City National Bank, also a Partner in Education with Alderson Elementary School, sends employees one to two days a More...

As part of the Reaching the Summit Community Service Initiative, Boy Scouts go to work in Lewisburg cutting a trail behind the library on their first day of Jubilee 2013
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Reaching the Summit Community Initiative kicks off five days of service

This week, thousands of volunteers poured into nine southern West Virginia counties to take part in The Reaching the Summit Community Service Initiative, the nation’s largest community service project of its More...

Frances Smith quality controls a garlic at market
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Our Cafe Society: an interview with Frances Smith

When Frances Smith from Sinks Grove was asked if she would do an interview for the paper, there was a pause, where it appeared that she was considering it, and then she responded, “My husband Frank and I More...

Ellen Fischer on Main Street in Ronceverte working on a commissioned piece. Sally Baker and Sharon Schaefer, owners of the buildings at 216 and 218 Frankford Avenue, saw the artist painting other town sights and thought they would like to have a painting of their newly renovated buildings. Greenbrier Cut flowers and Hersman’s Safety Products occupy the buildings.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Artist paints the town

Ellen Fischer of Vero Beach, Florida is presently in Ronceverte working on a commissioned painting of two newly renovated buildings at the intersection of Main Street and Frankford Avenue.  More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 22nd, 2013

School Levy election announced by Greenbrier County Board of Education

On Oct. 5, the Greenbrier County Board of Education will hold a special election regarding continuation of the special 50 percent school excess levy that has been in place since 1974.  More...

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By Mountain Messenger On Friday, July 19th, 2013

Dr. Rainone’s first day at DSLCC

President Dr. John Rainone speaks with Dabney S. Lancaster Community College faculty and staff, Tondalaya Van Lear (left) and Melissa Unroe, who came to welcome him during a reception on his first day on the job More...