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JOHNS"0N EQJIPMEN1 Berlin Road Weston, WV WV 1-800-427-4155-,304-269-5155 f West Virginia Commission on the Arts announces grant recipients In Sept.. the Wc,,t Vu-gmia C~m>>,un Count,,'. $18.500 for durable mission on the :\rt,, t \VVCAt ~H the cqu@ment: ",Vest Vir~ima Dixi~lon t:t Cuhurc "MctropolitanTheatrcPreserxalion ,rod Hi,+qx. approved 33.0'o4.326 t~, F{amdation. Monongalia County, ! 7 i~I 25 applicant', thr~m,.:h the Cul- S 100.000 for renovation: tural t-acilitic> and CupitaI IZc,,~,urccs Mountain Partners in Community Grant (CFCRG ~ pr-gram Development fore-HOPE. Randolph The CFCRG pro,gram cnc~,uragc.,,C,mnp,. S72.620 for renovation; local support, bolh public and private. Pr[cketts Fort Memorial Founda- for renoxation or constructi~mofper- tiara. Marion County, $50,000 for fomlatlcc, cxhit,ition or arti>t>s ~,paces ;c mJx ation: and for capilal purchase> f,,r those Step b\ Step, Lincoln Count.v, Iacilitics. Prlurltv 1,, gi\en to pn,]cct~, Sat. t24 for renovation. that increase or a,c, urc public accc,,s [:.ligible organizations must be not- to the art,< serxc muhiplc c,~tnltlCs, l~:r-prolil, tax-exempt West Virginia and for cullab[wation., that lcxcragc c~,rp~rations or an agency ot munici- additional public ,rod prixale mxcsl- pa! ~,r c,)unty government, including mont. Other faca,r> include pl~wcb, c~,unlv >chuol boards. Grants can be that c a;'. ardcd forcquipment.such as sound mcnt. address LaDy. n he,dth and salcb, and lighting systems, and acquisition. deficient,, and pnwidc acce~,~,ibilit\ renovation or construction including for those v, ith db, abiNties. Second ahcrations needed tocomply with the priority is gi,,en to histor,, mud, cures. 1974 Rehabilitation Act or the 1990 Among ttlc 17 a~ ard recipients hlr American Disabilities Act. 1005 are: For more information about Chal- Artslink. WctzclCount,.. 55().t)t)() lenge America grants, contact Rich- for renovation: ard Ressmeyer. director of the arts for Citx of Charie,,ton. Kanav, hathe Dixision, at (304~ 558-0240. ext. County. S34,147 for durable equip- 721 or by e-mail at |]lent: richard, ressmever@ wvctdlltre.org. Harri,,~m Cttklnt\ School,,. q~35.()0{) Ro~,c McDonough, CFCRG program for rcn.x alien: c,,ordinat(;r for the Division. can be Hi.qo/-ic IJc~c~*\ Prc>c;~ati(;n. reached at (304) 55S-0240. ext. t52 RandolphCount\.S~44..',;S5iorrcIlo- or by e-mail at rose.nlcdonough \ ation: (o ~, vcultttre.org. Main Street Point-Pleasant, Ma .... Collegiate Singers to Perform Annual Holiday Concert The Fairmont State Collegiate Sing- ers under the direction of Dr. Jeffrey Poland, accompanied by Dr. Mary Lynne Bennett, will perform a holi- day concert at 8 pm, Wednesday Dec. 8, in Colebank Hall on the main FS campus. In a medley of traditional favorites, including a few with audience partici- pation, the choir will sing "A Christ- mas Garland" arranged by Conrad Susa. The garland is woven around popular verses of"god Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen," "I Saw Three Ships," "We Three Kings," "the Coventry Carol" and "Joy to the World." These songs are contrasted by compositions with Latin texts for the Christmas holiday: "Rcsonent in Laudibus" by Stroope, "Virga Jesse" by Bruckncr and an "Ave Maria" by Busto. The Chamber Choir will perform modern settings of new ancient po- ems, as well as familiar tunes such as Alice Parker's setting of'Fum, Fum, Fum," and John Rutter's music for Christian Rossetti's words, "Love Came Down at Christmas," Chamber Choir includes a rhythmic and chal- lenging version of "Glory to God in the Highest" by the respected Ameri. can composer Randall Thompson and other selections. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, call (304) 367-4219. Bethany Senior to p e tfo rm vocal recital NIaI', tJcth _M',lcs. Bvthan'. (',4- l%:c Scni~*r \Ic|sic m:.i'.,r. \~ill pcr- l,qn~ :, '. ~,-:d recital on Su'a.. Dec. 12. in Rcmacr (-Ltller\ tm c:lmpu, The recital bQam> tit 3: t 5 pill :\ reception ~\ ill f,.,!h~\~. ,Mu,ical :,cl,:ction., include 'at '.k, iI~q'~? COlllpt~,,er,. S:.inRlcl [{.iibcl. [:r;~n/ Sch':bcrt. Cb.ar!c~, (k,um,d. Giac,,m,~ (;ari,>infi. :\lcssandro pai-i,,i~tli :,Aid Fr:incoi.,, Jl>scpl~ Foil>the. Song> I n ill) the musical. The Baker'* ll(fe, and the opera, ka B, dec#nc, wilt ;tb, o bc lea- lured. For further information, call Elizabath McDanicl at 1304)829- 7221. Better three hours too soon than a minute too late. ~William Shakespeare i~-~\ Serving GihrwJ & : JP=~\ Sur=ounding Counties Since 1953 For your home, auto, life, health and long-term care motorcycle, flood, business insurance, & bonds. Jim Collins, Agent Travis Woodford, Agent 216 E. 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