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the ;life will for rt o e. nd /' i Tues. Sept. 8, 1992 Hinton News - 5 Class of 1977 Holds The Class of 1977 held its 15th year reunion onAug. 14, 15 & 18 at the Willowwood Country Club. Attending the reunion' were: Ricky Mann, Allen Brinegar, Lee Yancey, Royce (Judy) Martin, Becky (Ken/on) Clinebell, Darlene (Gross) Bennett, KIDDY (RatlLCO Plumley, Anthony Taylor, Brent Johnson, Liaa 0[llison) Bragg, Donna (Grimmett) Lee, Denise (Allen) Bennett, Debra (Graham) Caldwell, Rhodetta (McNeer) Cook, Mark Woodrum, Eugene Jones, Virginia (Ward) Anderson, Mareha (Ward) Waiters, Teddy Willey, Karen (Bennett) Trent, Richard Lilly, Michael L. Buckland Charles Jones, Jayme (Hutchlson) Lilly, Kim Bennett, Susie (Ward) Jennings, Kathy (Gwinn) Mitchell, Billy Mitchell, Ted Giles, Debbie (Simmons) Pettrey, Frank Givens, Sandra Moye, Joyce (Ellison) Min- The Mother & Child Band To Perform At Festival FIOBITUSSIN DM, PE, CF OR ,&  PEDIATRIC IJr]f 4OZ. ,L  J n The Mother & Child Band will be is the mother and she plays guitar, performing at the 27th Annual sings and writes the groups songs. Mountain Music Festival at the Appalachian South Folklife Center at Pipestem, WV., on Sept. 12th and 13th. The Mother & Child Band will be performing on both days, along with 20 or more other fine perform- era. The Mother & Child Band is the only group from Canada performing at the festival. The Mother & Child Band con- =fists of a single mother and her three children. They came to Ontario from deep in the mountains of B.C. three years ago, bringing with them only their music. They play a unique blend of folk, bluegrass, country, traditional folk from the 1800's and gospel, as well as their own original songs. They arehistorians as well, reviv- ing many country and traditional songs from the 1800's, and updating the music but not changing theongs. Thus helping to preserve a precious part 0f music. They were featured on C.T.V.S. Heart Beat Show, and received an award from Nashville in 1990 for a song they wrote. They have played at various festivals such as Cabbage Town Festival and Kingston Buskers. Richard Zuckerman Vice Presi- dent A&R Sony Records compli- mented the families music saying %his is what music is all about." The children are naturals at music and love to perform. They come from a long line of talented performers. Jesse is 14 and plays washboard, harmonics and sings. Dustin is 8 andhs plays harmonica, spoons, and sings. Marsha is 7 and she plays tubb_se spoons and sings. Paulette The group is indeed unique and rare and rising fast in the music world, they are guaranteed to get toes tappin and lips smiling. C.T.V. called them incredible and extremely talented, their type of music is rarely heard in live performances. They play 100% accoustic and cover such tunes as Blue Moon Of Kentucky, Cotton Eyed Joe, Down In The Val- ley, You Are My Sunshine, Jambaly, Old Grey Goose, Hold On To God, I'll Fly Away, House of Gold, etc. They play a very high energy show, with a lot of excitement and fun. 15th Year Reunion nich, Steve Jones, Debra (Shaffer) Burdette, Tommy Pettry, James Martin, Pam (Rudge) Schafer, Wayne Ellison, Rick Key, Charlotte Davis, Debbie (CaleB) Harvey, Ronnie Hartwell, Warren Houchins, Bobby Reed, Bonnie (McKinney) Ward, Darlene (Bennett) Martin, Darlene (Cook) Houchins, Dale Williams, Sherry (Stalans) Booth, Danny Burdette, Teresa (Hannah) Thomas, Karen (Allen) Troutman, Teresa (Bennett) Davis. A great time was had by all. To the following sponsors we owe a special thanks: National Bank of Summers, First National Bank ofHinton, Don's Sports Shop, Big 4 Drug Store, New River Scenic White Water Tours, Kirk's, Hinton Floral Shop, Riverside Floral, and also Alfred and his crew at Wil- lowwood Country Club. CIRCLE OF LIGHT As the newness of my spirit springs forth, moving faster into the Unknown future. I understand I am new yet I am old. My spirit knows no time only progress. The ancient part of me provides 12 OZ. OR 1,50Z TABLETS New Service Offered the source of knowing as the new- ness wonders forth seeking the fu- ture. My true idenity is the Self that is timeless. The experience of the past, present and future in the now. Sesster II H II II III I I Public FAX International of Irv- ine, Ca. has this week designated Butler's Pharmacy, as a local agency in it's 10,000-member nationwide fax network. With its selection, Butler's Pharmacy, is able to offer more than just basic "fax to fax" service. Local businesses and resi- dents can use the Public FAX net- work to send fhx mail even to people who are without fax machines of their own. When a sender wants to fax some- thing to someone who is not fax- equipped, the recipient is directed to a nearby Public FAX network loca- tion to pick up the urgent material. The purpose of the network is to make f%Lx capability u ru verBal. People with fax can send to people without fax and vice versa, thereby saving them the one-day delay that comes with having to use overnight letters. Without requirement of guaran- teed usage, Butler's Pharmacy, will allow area people to use its local fax number as their own. Users can is- sue the number to would-be fax senders or even print it On their business cards and stationery. Butler's Pharmacy makes immedi- ate telephone calls to advise local users of fax mail that has arrived and then keeps it confidentially in a personal folder until it is picked up. Other service features include the capability of sending pictures and photographs and having mail faxed for international delivery via IN- TELPOST. National Park Servo ice Announces Fall/ Winter Hours For Canyon Rim Visitor Center New River Gorge National River announces a change of hours for Canyon Rim Visitor Center. Begin- ningTues.,Sept. 8, the visitor center will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., daily til Oct. 30. Beginning Oct. 31, the Canyon Rim Visitor Center will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day until Memorial Day weekend, 1992. Canyon Rim Visitor Center is open throughout the year with the excep- tion of Christmas and New Years Day. For more information on this and other activities, please contact the visitor center at (304) 574-2115. 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