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The News and Advance from Lynchburg, Virginia • 10

Lynchburg, Virginia
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The News Advance Lynchburg Va Tuesday May 15 2001 CowiBiy Senior Awareness Day part of SeniorAwareness Week 10 am to 9 pm River Ridge mall wMore than 50 exhibits will be set up throughout the mall with information beneficial to senior citizens Events include health screenings displays crafts entertainment and financial seminars Call 237 1122 How to Attract Birds to Your pre ssented by Bob Eubank naturalist 10 to 11 am Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Building 301 Grove St The cost is $5 Ib call 847 1640 si Amherst County Commission Against Domestic Violence Bo nd of Diredoi's Meeting ACCADV office 166 Second St Amherst airview' Neighborhood Watch 7 pm airview Recreation Center 3621 Campbell Ave VW Post 9877 7 Amherst County Public Library Amherst Madison Heights Rebekah Lodge 22 7:30 pm Odd ellows Hall 1101 Main St Madison Heights 1 1 i VW Post 8184 7 30 National Guard Armory Leesville Road Hill City Magicos meets at 7:30 pm Call 239 8581 for location May 15 Division of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Center on Wheels 9 am to 4 pm County Admmistrativet Building lower level 165 lust St Amherst Driver's license exams and road tests elude registration and titling driving records and photo IDs Plus a variety of services for coipo rate customers 1 Rirri Milco annncnrnd hv fhp vnrhhiird Parke and Recreation Department 9 to 11 am led by Bob Eubank naturalist No charge Call 847 1640 for location 1 ort Hill Kiwanis Club 6 pm Steak House 2623 Wards Road X'X Xy 1 Before Congress Affecting the Aging 6:30 to 8:30 pm Lynchburg College Alumni Lounge with speaker Del Preston Bryant The lecture sponsored by the Beard Center on Aging is part of Cent i al irgnua iea Vgency on Aging Semor Awareness Week Aftei 1 Lynchburg Duplicate Bridge Club 7 pm Brookville Ruritan Club Partners guaranteed Call 384 6086 to Listen to Your sponsored by the Mental Health Association of Central Virginia 7 to 8 30 pm Craddock Auditorium Virginia Baptist Hospital Maiy Ellen Gordon Scudder professor of the School of Education and Human Development Lynchburg College willpresent the program which is free and open to the public Call 847 9055 Garland Rodes Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans 7 yrpm Patrick Henry Institute (Old Jones Memorial Library) 434 Riveimoni Ave Refresluuents followed by a busmess meeting Call 845 2665 1 Lynchburg Gem and Mineral Society 7 pm Parks and' Recreation Building 301 Grove St 1 1 Sierra Club will hold a two part presentation on promoting posi five growth in the area beginning at 7 pm Givens Books Store Lakeside Drive The video Tale of Two will be shown and Leighton Powell of Scenic Virginia will offer a shde show on the role of natural beauty community development A discussion will follow The meeting is open to the public 4 i Marine Corps League Lynchburg Area Detachment 7:30 pm Mani'e Corps League 2337 Lakeside Dnve Call 385 8283 fe Division of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Center on Wheels 9 am to 4 pnt Town Hall Linden Street Appomattox or services offered see May 16 TYee Dedication and Conservation Program sponsored by the Ragged Robin Garden Club 10 am James River Day School 5039 Boonsboro Road Call 384 8532 Lynchburg Host Lions Club noon j'Lodge Old Graves Mill Road Call 237 Senior Awareness Dance 1:30 to 4 pm Home Builders Association Lake Vista Dnve orest eatures hula contest refreshments door prizes and entertainment by Richar Kent DJ and Solid Gold Time Local senior citizens age 100 and over will be honored The cost is $1 Call 385 9070 Brookville Timberlake Lions Club 6:30 pm Elks Lodge Call 237 5292 'X Blue Ridge All Airborne Chapter of the 82nd Airborne' Division Association 6:30 pm Manne Corps League Lakeside Drive Skyline Chapter of TYout Unlimited 7 to 9 pm Community Room Lynchburg Public Library 2315 Memorial Ave Call 525 6004 1 1 Lynchburg Voters League 7 pm Court Street Baptist Church ellowship Hall (use Sixth Street entrance) airview Rebekah Lodge 52 7:30 pm Wiley Davis Lodge 1161 Main St Madison Heights PancakeSausage Breakfast 6 to 9 am Mead' Methodist Church one mile south of airport The cost is $5 adults $3 for children Take out orders are available Call 821 7623 Annual Yard Sale 9 am to 2 pm Hudson House program of Central Virginia Community Senices 2 120 Woodrow St off Campbell Avenue The sale will feature appliances household items clothes and furniture Hotdogs soda and baked goods will be available Ib donate items call 847 8031 i 4 Patches and Pieces Quilt Club 9: 1 5 am coffee 9:45 meeting with Spring Luncheon St Thomas More (Catholic Church 30 15 Roundelay Dnve Call 534 8513 ood estival sponsored by the Appomattox Lions Club 5 to 9 pm at Paradise Lake Campground The menu includes all you can eat beef pork and chicken etc Music by Overtime Tickets are $15 per person children under 12 no charge Tickets are avail 'able at Cardinal Chevrolet armcrs Barik (Appomattox Concord and Dillwyn) Market Supermarket and through club members Proceeds will used for community projects Bedford Main Street Event featuring the from 7 to 10pm at the Bedford Market Washington Street Bedford The band which has been performing for more than 15 years' features a variety of music Hotdogs hamburgers and beverages will be sold those attending are asked to bring lawn chairs and blankets The cost is $4 adults no charge for children 12 and under Proceeds will be used to benefit Bedford Main Street Call 586 2148 18th Anniversary of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial and Mobilization 7 pm Snidow Chapel at lynchburg College The program will feature Jane owler International speaker and cochair of National Association of HIV Over ifty who will share her story The program will also include readings songs and words and encouragement followed byVShared and Reading of outdoors by candlelight at dusk 1 vj Metagronp 7:30 to 9:30 pm Merritt Hall Central Virginia Community College rank DeMarco will speak Call 846 1966 AA A Tlie deadline for community calendar notices is the Tuesday before publication Send notices to Kelly Matthews The News 1 Advance PO Box 10129 lynchburg Va 24506 or fax information to 385 5538 1 1 1 ft' Staff photo by Doug Koontz Visitors the Old City Sunday Museum with Marty Smith (center) who portrays a Civil War mother gsB 'I I19l Spring Bazaar sponsored by the Susanna Esley Circle 7 am to noon at Emmanuel United Methodist Church Amherst Items include baked goods hand crafted pieces plants yard sale items YardBake Sale sponsored by tlie Amherst County High School Band Boosters 8 am to 2 pm old gym Amlierst County High School HotdogYardBake Sale sponsored by the Salem Club 8 am to 1 pm Salem Methodist Church Virginia 24 and 692 Evington Rain or slime Spring Book Sale sponsored by tlie riends of tlie Bedford Public Library 9 am to 2 pm at the Bedford Central Libraiy Tlie sale will be held rain or shine Donations of books (especially hardbacks) CDs cassettes and videos are needed National Geographic magazines Digest Condensed Books encyclopedias and textbooks are not needed Donations accepted at the Bedford Central Library or more information call AhceNuzzo at 586 3075 or 586 8911 v' 1 Stonewall Antique Power Association Inc Show 9 am to 5 pm 4 at Stonewall in Appomattox County Exhibits and working demonstrations will be featured Tlie event also includes flea markets a swap meet art and crafts parades music and breakfast Admission is $4 (no charge for those under 12) Supervised parking Call 993 2521 sr Spring CamivalSilent Auction 9:30 am to 2 pm Paul Munroe A Elementary School 4641 Locksview Road Games a dunking booth moon walk pony rides face painting etc The auction will include gift baskets local services meals getaways etc plus two raffles Healthy Bite or AU: Dental Care and African at 3 pm Legacy Museum of African American History 403 Monroe St Presenters are Dr A Augustus principal speaker and Dt'7 Jasper Cabell Jr and Dr Jessie Hobbs panelists The lecture free and open to the public is made possible by a grant from Centra Health oundation It is being held in connection with the Legacy Museum of African American exhibit Herbs to Lasers Cholera to AIDS: African American Medicine and Health" Call 845 3155 or 947 8500 Evington Ruritan Club Roast Chicken Supper 5 to 7:30 pm including roast chicken rice vegetables etc A benefit (donations accept? ed) for Robert Tolley featuring four bands will follow from 7 to 10 pm Tickets in advance are $6 for adults $4 for those 12 and younger 3 and under get in free Tickets at the door are $650 and $450 Proceeds support community projects and the Robert Tolley benefit The Lynchburg Branch American Association of University Women will meet at 6 pm at Westminster Canterbury Private Dining Room 501 VES Road Charlotte Martin will speak on Call 239 2249 Stonewall Antique Power Association Inc Show 9 am to 5 pm includes a stock tractor pull of pre 1 959 tractors or other ents see May 19 Appomattox County Historical Society Dedication Open House 1 to 4 pm at Clover Hill Village located on Virginia 627 Hie event is being held to honor tlie dedication of the reconstructed i Vermillinn npruu til Qtnrp rnnmnrv nf the lata Drar Kepler The reconstruction was made possible by a donation from his 1 widow Minerva Kepler Refreshments and guided tours will be available The Table Open House celebrating its 10th anniver sary from 2 to 4 pm 217 West Washington Street Bedford i NAACP reedom und Program 4 pm at Western Light Baptist Church witli guest speaker the Rev Winston Jones pastor of irst Baptist Church South Lynchburg All You Can Eat Benefit Cookout 4:30 to 7 pin at Rustburg Ruritan Building The dinner mcludes hamburgers potato salad baked beans etc Cost is $5 adults $3 for children 3 10 and cliildren under 3 no 1 charge The event is sponsored by New Hope Untied Methodist Church memory' of Darnel King to help witli expenses incurred while he was a patient at the University of Virginia a Lynchburg Suburban Club annual luncheon noon at Oakwood County Club Lucy Woodall Hanis past president Alice Kyle District will do a reaffimiation ceremony for club officers serving a second term Lynchburg Duplicate Bridge 1230 pm Brookville Runtan Club Partners guaranteed Call 384 6086 Blue Ridge Machines Club will meetatlpm or location call 525 8486 U'" Patches and Pieces Quilt Club 6:30 pm social 7 pm meeting StThomas More Catholic Church 3015 Roundelay Drive Call 534 8513 4 Diamond Hill Neighborhood 7 pm Diamond Hill Recreation Center 17th and Monroe streets Call 845 0541 lynchburg Coin Club 7 pm Galleries 1026 Mam St Parents Without Partners 7 pm Heritage United Methodist Church 582 Leesville Road ree babysitting Call 522 8177 Smith Mountain Lake ire Belles 7 pm Saunders Volunteer ire Company Virginia 626 121 May i Vi 122' 1 Jefferson Club vv ill meet at noon at the orest library for the annual installation of ofi cers lynchburg Toastmasters Club 7 pm 8th floor Wachovia Bank Building Main Street Call 522 6773' 4 Preceptor Gamma Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Plii meets today Call Pat Campbell at 7 239 3729 or Cindy Jolinson at 3864322 People Stuart Wandrei son of Robert and Ellen Wandrei of Bedford attended the National Model United Nations Conference held recently in New York Wandrei a graduate of Liberty High School is a senior majoring in history at Lynchburg College The student delegation rep resented Poland at the NMUN and participated in an intensive senes of meetings Bailey DeJarnette daughter of Robert DeJaniette of Gladys and Wylie DeJarnette of Lynchburg recently attended tlie 41st Nauonal Conference on Student Services Styles for College and held in Washington DC DeJarnette a 1999 graduate oft Rustburg High School is a junior political science and psychology major at lynchburg College William Blackwell a 1951 graduate of lynchburg College has been named the 2001 recipient of the Gibson Hobbs Memorial Award Presented annually by the IT Alumni Association the award recognizes alumni who have made significant contributions to then churches com munities and their alma mater Ordained 1951 as a minister the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Blackwell retired from the ministry in 1994 He continues to be a frequent guest speaker for service organizations radio and television broadcasts and community events and conducts workshops leadership training program and retreats The lynchburg Retired Teachers Association recently award ed EC Glass uture Teachers Scholarships the amount of $1500 'for 2001 Recipients include Amanda Lynn Harrison of EC Glass and Lindsey Aim Bull ofHeritage High School Harrison daughter of Mrs Chene Hamson of lynchburg and Robin Hamson plans to attend the University of Georgia Bull daughter of Mr and Mrs David Bull of lynchburg plans to attend lynchburg College The Heritage High School Orchestra placed first outscoring every orchestra band chorus and show chotr at tire Gateway Music estival held recently in New York Crty Orchestra members mclude Revee Barbour Myra Benjamin i Olivia Benjamin Casey Bianco 7 Adam Birce Graham Birce Casey Coleman Jonathan Crews Hanna Donigan Vemesha Harvey Chishauna Horsley Kandid A Hunt Willoughby Obenchain Jeff i Ohmart Ryan Robinette Tunara Scott Jendrik Stein Shelisha Turpin and Melissa Woodall Eleanor Laflin Eyster of Concord daughter of Joan Rockwell and Jeny Eyster was awarded a stu dent academic prize for geology by the Society of the Alumni College of Wiliam and Mary Eyster has served as a teacher for Geology on Wheels kayaking and canoeing and ropes course facilitator She is the president of tlie Christian Science Oiganization and a member of the Yiends of Appalachian Music She is also a recipient of a Chappell scholarship Heather Baum daughter of Mr and Mrs Douglas Baum of Lynchburg and a sophomore at William Woods University in ulton Mo received an outstanding sopho more student award To be selected for the award nominees must demonstrate academic achievement! campus and community involvement and leadership Stephanie Onusko daughter of Ken and Barbara Crews of orest has been inducted into the National Honor Society Massanutten Mihtaiy Academy Recipients meet high standards of scholarship ser vice leadership and character Courtney lyman daughter of Headier Ryman of lynchburg and a Meredifli College student is one of 13 recipients of the study abroad com mittee award which is given to rec ognize participation of strong charac ter and to those who made a comnut ment to community service Si veral students at Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle School for Innovation were named silver medal winners in the 2001 National bitin Exam They include: Keenan McKenzie and Kenneth maxima cum laude and Allen Jamerson cum laude Heather St Clair of Bedford Patrick Wayne Cleveland of lynchburg passed the Virginia Bar Exam administered in ebruary Lori Hill a junior biology mqjor at Virginia Tech earned a schol arship Hill who holds a 398 GPA wins awarded $7500 to cover the cost of tuition books and room and boardfor the 2001 02 academic year A member of Phi Sigma1 National Biological Honor Society Hill Is also tlie recipient of two grants for under graduate research1 Ryan Swedlow a sophomore at Radford University received the National Sojoumeis Award in tlie New River annual ROTC awards ceremony Swedlow an information systems niqjor is the son of Bany Swedlow and Sharon Swedlow both "of lynchburg' 1 1 Megan Harker a senior English major at 'lynchburg College and the daughter of David and Linda Harker of orest won an award that recognizes LC students who demon stiate exceptional leadership in com munity service During the 2001 02 school year Harker donated 85 hours ol community service working witli the School Buddy Pro Refuge 2000 Habitat for Humanity' Adopt A Highway and other clean up projects As service coordinator for Kappa Delta sorority and the Greek Service Organization Council she organized a number of campus activ ities including a Difference and Special Olympics The Sandusky Middle School DestiNation ImagiNation team com peted recently in the Virginia State inals Tlie team consisting of sev enth grade students Audrey Campbell Joshua Davis Rachel Chagnon Charles Lindsey Brent Dewsnap Cameron Grant and Rebecca Schweitzer won second place in the Mysteiy Loves Company Challenge The Sandusky Middle School team is the first ever from Lynchburg toiadvance to the Global inals which will be held May 22 through May 27 Knoxville A team from Heritage High School competing in the Secondary level with team members Emily Archambeault Linh Co Aaron Grant Matt Nilles Craig Thomas and Morgan Vance will join the Sandusky team to compete with more than 15000 team members from 47 states and 1 5 counties for tlie distinction of Global Births David James Black 5 pounds 10 ounces and Daniel Richard Black 5 pounds 7 ounces bom April 24 to Rebecca Anne Black and Bruce rederick Black of 201 Holiday Bob Court Leah Alexis Castanes 7 pounds bom May 2 to Harriet Martin Castanes and Angelo John Castanes of orest TYevor Austin Crews 8 pounds 5 ounces bom Apnl 29 to Patricia Moses Crews and Jessie Crews of Madison Heights William Reed Dawson 4 pounds 10 ounces and Reaghan Allyn Dawson 4 pounds 5 ounces bom Apnl 9 to Amy Dawson and Bill Dawson of Amherst Chloe aith Eckard 7 pounds 6 ounces bom May 2 to Kelly Sheree Goff Eckard and David Alan Eckard of Big Island Alexa Nicole Graham 6 pounds 2 ounces bom March 20 to rankie Lynn Graham and Keith Elden Graham of 5929 Igloe Drive Madison Leslie Hudson 7 pounds 15 ounces bom April 11 to Karen Mays Hudson and Carlton Hudson Jr of Monroe Delaney Carolyn Jennings 7 jioiinds 3 ounces bom April 11 to Kelly Davis Jennings and Karl Bradford Jennings of Bedford Kirsten Theresa Lester 8 pounds 3 ounces bom May 6 to Greta Lester and Mark Duane Lester ofGladys Austin Wayde Litchford 7 pounds 2 ounces bom April 20 to Chrissy Cash Litchford and Brian Wayde Litchford of Madison Heights Emily Dawn Lotspeich 7 pounds 14 ounces bom April 19 to Catherine May Lotspeich and Philip Patrick Lotspeich of Madison Heights Abby Rose McCormack 7 pounds 12 ounces bom April 27 to Amy Cuccia McCormack and Richard Wiseman McCormack of 1100 Weeping Willow Drive Breanna Nicole McKenna 5 pounds 8 ounces bom April 8 to Stephanie Ann McKenna of lynchburg Matthew Daniel Minnick 10 pounds 3 ounces bom April 25 to Aim Kidd Minnick and Daniel Lee i Minnick of Madison Heights Meredith Carter Wormser 8 pounds 1 ounce bom eb 17 to Rhonda Chism Wormser and Greg Todd Wormser of 1120 Club Ridge Road Volunteers sought Crafty volunteers: Needed to teach women and cluldren arts crafts at the YWCA Domestic Violence Prevention Center (1 3 times per year) Call Cecilia Bartoll between 5 and 1 1 pm at 528 1041 Network for women in crisis: Volunteers for a faith based homeless shelter for women and children Volunteers are needed in the areas of transportation diildcare relief duty yard maintenance and clerical duties Those interested should call Carol Deans at 386 3044 Data entry: Volunteer needed immediately for tlie Mental Health Association 1 Knowledge of MS Access needed approximately eight to 15 hours total Call 847 9055 United Way: Volunteers need ed to work four to eight hours (week ly basis) for date entry filing mail ings and oilier clerical duties Call Andie at 846 8467 1 1 1.

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