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GREENSBORO ó Monika Eisenheim, age 14, was awarded second runner-up in the scholarship competition at Cecchetti Council of Americaís International Ballet Intensive held yearly in Holland, Michigan.
Eisenheim, of Salisbury, studies dance with Cecchetti certified teacher Jeanne Alala, at the Dance Center of Greensboro. Eisenheim competed in an advanced ballet class with approximately 40 international students in her class from countries including England, South Africa and the United States. In March 2011, Eisenheim passed her Cecchetti Ballet Grade III national examination withhonors. In December 2010 Eisenheim participated in The Dance Center of Greensboroís annual performance of The Nutcracker Suite in featured roles and competed with The Dance Center of Greensboroís Elite Company in three nationally recognized dance competitions, in which she placed in the Top 10 each time for both small Group Pointe and Teen Solo Pointe divisions. Eisenheim will return in September to The Dance Center of Greensboro to begin preparation for her Cecchetti Grade IV exam and will again participate in The Nutcracker Suite and The Dance Center of Greensboroís Elite competition team.
GQHS class of 1950
The graduating class of 1950 of Granite Quarry High School met on Saturday, Aug. 6, to celebrate their 61st reunion. Forty-two class members and guests were present for the occasion at Ryanís Restaurant.
Nathlyn Fesperman Fisher welcomed the group with special recognition to a former teacher, Jean McCombs, and one of the class mascots, Tommy Trexler.
The following agreed to serve as officers for the next reunion: Nathlyn Fesperman Fisher, president; Roana Agner Bost, vice president; Gaynelle Fulk Julian-Morgan, secretary; Frances Beck Peeler, treasurer.
Fellowship and a buffet lunch were enjoyed by the following class members, spouses and guests:
Eunice Silliman Heilig (Harry), LindsayHess, Sherry Gantt Eagle (Clement), Baxter and Frances Linebarger, Marian Misenheimer Bernnardt (Clifford), Herman Ritchie, Roana Agner Bost (Banks), Jean Broadway Holshouser, Becky Peeler Henderson, Verne and Mary Ellen Jarrett McCombs, Nathlyn Fesperman Fisher (Kinard), Lottie Ritchie Simpson (Harry), Grace Bost Sapp, Gerald Adams (Julia), Carr and Frances Beck Peeler, Joyce Thomas Trexler, Bill Witty (Betty Rose), Sybil Barnhardt Campbell, Bill Julian (Celia), Mary Earnhardt Powlas (Carl Haynes), Jean Trexler Brown (James), Shirley Peeler Rhinehart, Polly Fisher and Gaynelle Fulk Morgan (Melvin).
The next reunion will be announced by the officers.
Legion Auxiliary 107
The American Legion Auxiliary, Salisbury 107, working and located at the J.C. Price Post #107, announces its new slate of officers:
Unit president is Terry Fox Love, Unit vice president is Edith Wyatt, secretary is Deborah Turnbull, chaplain is Sonja Fields and Sergeant-at-Arms is Toyna Clodfelter.
Business meetings are the second Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. Workshop, education and training follow two weeks after the business meeting.
The American Legion Auxiliary is the largest and most influential women’s organization of it kind in the world today. We support our Veternans and their families. New members are welcome.
For an application contact American Legion Post 107, or an Auxiliary member, or Terry Love, President, at 704-202-9498.
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