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Wednesday June 22 2011-Kingwood, WV-PRESTON COUNIY IOURNAL-7 Saturday performance planned during Rowlesburg WWll events submitted by Timothy Weaver You don't want to miss this! At 2 p.m., on Saturday, June 25, the Andrews Sisters will appear in Rowlesburg in the form of the Vinateiri Sisters of Pennsyl- vania (yes, they are related tu Adam Vinatieri, the NFL star kicker). During a time when teenag- ers were doing the jitterbug and Uncle Sam was asking young men to enlist, the Andrews Sis- ters were America's most popu- lar female singing group, the song birds of WWII. They earned nine gold records, recorded over 700 songs, sold more than 90 million records and had more than 100 songs on top 30 Billboard charts. Some of their hits included: "Beer Barrel Polka" (Roll out the Barrel), "Bei Mir Bist Du Schon" (means that you're grand), "Don't Fence Me In" and "Winter Wonderland." The Vinateiri Sisters are a trio of real-life sisters - Ann, Carol, and Laura - who imperson- ate the Andrews Sisters. These sisters have been singing with each other for as long as they can remember, but have started performing together profession- ally in the last few years. Growing up, the music of the 1940s and war era was played in their home and quickly be- came a favorite genre. Ann, Carol, and Laura took on the Andrews Sisters identity as their own by performing in a usa show at a WWI1 event last summer at Eckley Miners Vil- lage in Pennsylvania. Since then, they have expand- ed their performance venues to reach people in the surrounding regions of their town, Hazleton, PA. Ann Vinatieri Bauder, the old- est of the three sisters, graduat - ed from Bloomsburg University with a major in History. With this knowledge, she has been able to volunteer a considerable amount cf her time to Eckley Miners Village and the Hazle- ton Historical Society Museum. Ann now works for Catholic Social Services, serving through the Parent Child Home Program in the Hazleton area. Carol Vinatieri, the middle sister, is currently finishing her second year of college at The King's College in Manhattan and is pursuing a major in Po- litical Science. Laura Vinatieri, the youngest of the sisters, just graduated from high school and plans to attend Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA where she will major in Voice Performance. Ann's husband, Michael, who aids his wife and sisters-in-law with the sound system and adds hi,s wit and Charm to make the program complete, joins the Vi- natieri Sisters. Ann, Carol, and Laura enjoy performing for the generation that enjoyed this music first. They share their music in appre- ciation for the people who de- voted their service to this coun- try during that time of war, both overseas and on the home front. The "V" Sisters also perform to inspire the current generation to look back on history in grati- tude and enjoy this wonderful genre of music. The event is scheduled for the Reenactment Field next to the Rowlesburg Community Park. Plenty of parking, plenty of food and plenty of entertain- ment for the whole family. -Churc00 news Thurs., June 23 The Mill Chapel United Breth- ren Church will host a Hymn Sing at 7 p.m. The sing will feature the Vanderveens from Daytona, FL. Mill Chapel is the first Church located on the Kingwood Pike. Also, Mill Chapel Church of the Brethren will be conducting 2 Worship Services. They will be at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Fri., June 24 The TA Nazarene Church will have a Yard Sale from 8 a.m.- 1 p.m., June 24 and 25, in the church basement. Sun., June 26 The Mt. Sarah United Methodist Church, located on Rt. 1, Rowlesburg, will hold it's Annual Memorial Service. Morning Worship service will be at 11 a.m. Combined picnic lunch will be at 12:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend for a day of fellowship: A summer kid's event, PandaManio will be hosted by Shady Grove Church of Brethren, from June 26 to. July 1. PandaMania will run from 6:30-8:45 p.m., each day. The week will conclude on Friday, with a program and covered dish meal/wiener roast. For more information, call Crystal, at: 304-379-4734. Mon., July I 1 The TA Nazarene Church will host Vacation Bible School In The Park. It will be from 6-8 p.m. nightly, July 11-15. All ages are welcome. There will be an adult Bible study also. For more information call 304-789-6228. -Experienced ...... West Virginia Coal Miners Mission accomplished A graduation was recently held for those who have passed their test and obtained a GED. This is the second time the coun/y has hosted a celebration for those completing the course, and a tradition they p/an to confit;u), iwo of 22 students attended the graduation, Kassie Shrou pictured left, of Kingwood, and Shannon Barker, picture, right, of Tunnelton. Shrout said she plans to apply lo i:)e( Jtv school, and Barker plans to obtain a nursing degree. Guust speak- ers, Superintendent Dr. Larry Parsons and Anne ineyard, Chief GED Examiner, both told the graduate. ht w proud they were of their accomplishments. We Finance: I Small & large tpact at ta,l with no acreage limits ltonl(ts alld ]'lornc c,:)tsl,-; (ti(m I lame and lot iml1(wcln,'nts Mortgagr rcfinlm il,, W Recreation IlOlW!\\; b' Outhtfildin4 an,t h:l:n C0000tlttry I 0rl0a0es00 301.334.8542 [ SO(L?')(. 1 "The Andrews Sisters" I Open daily 10 a.m.-8 p.m. furniture flppliances Glassware etc. 304-568-4411 Vicki's Variety Shop High Mountain Treasures[ Antiques & Collectibles Pre-owned appliances! Rugs! Furniture! 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