Tag archive for ‘Greenbrier Episcopal School’
“Brotherhood is More Precious than Diamonds, Silver or Gold” - Indigo Graves reads an excerpt from her first place winning essay regarding Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1964 Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. Graves is a Fourth Grade Student at Greenbrier Episcopal school.
By admin On Friday, January 23rd, 2015

GES announces three winners in MLK Essay & Art Contest

Greenbrier Episcopal School (GES) announces three winners in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration Essay and Art Contest, held each year to honor Dr. King’s legacy. Indigo Graves won First Place in the Fourth More...

Harry Belafonte’s daughter, Gina Belafonte, will present a tribute to their father at the event.
By admin On Monday, January 19th, 2015

Harry Belafonte tribute part of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration in Lewisburg

Harry Belafonte tribute part of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration in Lewisburg Beginning at 11 a.m. on Jan. 19, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day commemorative march, community lunch, and celebration program More...

As part of their annual Christmas celebration, Greenbrier Episcopal School students and faculty spent the morning caroling in Downtown Lewisburg on Tuesday, December 23. Each year GES students and staff sing Christmas songs following their closing chapel ceremony at the St. James Episcopal Church.
By admin On Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Greenbrier Episcopal School Carols in Downtown Lewisburg

As part of their annual Christmas celebration, Greenbrier Episcopal School students and faculty spent the morning caroling in Downtown Lewisburg on Tuesday, December 23. Each year GES students and staff sing Christmas More...

Colourful 2014 in fiery sparklers
By admin On Friday, December 26th, 2014

• Year in Review 2014 •

• Year in Review 2014 • • January: Year begins with annual Shanghai Parade held Jan. 1 in downtown Lewisburg; GWHS football coach Lewis McClung named Coach of the Year following Cavaliers’ 12-2 record and More...

GES students are thrilled with their new playground
By admin On Friday, October 10th, 2014

Local school combines fun and education with community support

Greenbrier Episcopal School is happy to announce that they have a new interactive playground that combines education and fun. Through community support GES students now get to play while they learn. Four Season’s More...

By Mountain Messenger On Friday, August 15th, 2014

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

There are simple things we all need for a good life: basic needs like food and shelter; quality education that leads to a stable job; income that supports a family through retirement, and of course, good health. More...

Second Annual Summer Arts Camp participants: Front Row: Robert Grecu (left), Zoe Hinkey, Hannah Smart, Grace Johnson, Ben Winfield, Adriran Grecu, Ryan Wagner, Kate Nassif and Mya Matherson; Back Row: Zella Miller (left), Revanna Preston, Sarah Lore, Abby Tharp, Karigan Skiba, Grace Coffindaffer, Lily Dense, and Luna Martin (Photo by Josie Martin)
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, July 7th, 2014

Trilliumpalooza a hit! Another success for the local Arts

Second Annual Summer Arts Camp participants: Front Row: Robert Grecu (left), Zoe Hinkey, Hannah Smart, Grace Johnson, Ben Winfield, Adriran Grecu, Ryan Wagner, Kate Nassif and Mya Matherson; Back Row: Zella Miller More...

Gretchen Graves of GES received an unexpected $500 donation from Greenworks Recycling coordinator David Esteppe
By David Esteppe On Friday, June 20th, 2014

Recycling efforts help fund scholarship at local school

  Open Doors for the Developmentally Challenged, Inc. DBA Greenw Gretchen Graves of GES received an unexpected $500 donation from Greenworks Recycling coordinator David Esteppe orks Recycling, in Lewisburg, More...

mayor
By Mountain Messenger On Friday, April 18th, 2014

Mayor signs Children’s Memorial Flag Day Proclamation

Present at the signing: Ann Weikle, CYAC (left); Lora Reynolds, CYAC; Lesley Toliver, CHS; Kim Reynolds, CHS; John Manchester, Mayor; Mary Carr, CHS; Amanda Thomas, CHS; Barbara Stone, CYAC; Tammie Smith, DHHR; More...

Shanklin today
By Peggy MacKenzie On Friday, February 21st, 2014

In recognition of John C. Norman, Sr.

Shanklin’s Grand Theatre today February is Black History Month and cannot go by without mentioning John Clavon Norman, Sr., the second African-American to become a licensed architect in the state of West Virginia. More...