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January 9, 2019

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I-'AGE B4 Wednesday, January 9, 20i9 NEWS and I;~M~MER'S ADVOCATE ~= LEFT: Meik Wiking's "The Little Book of Hygge" will be the focus as the Circle of Light Book Club holds its debut session in Shepherdstown. CENTER: The Shepherdstown Public Library's LEGO ~Club meets this week and again Jan. 26. Learn the details under the header for Thursday. RIGHT: Come out to Middleway United Methodist Church for a free pancake breakfast this Saturday, Any i~ donations will go toward the church building fund. TODAY ~70p Shop The Op Shop, the thrift store at 115 N. Charles St. in :.;Charles Town, is selling winter clothing, handbags and shoes plus jewelry, linens, household items, books and more. The ~store is open 10 aan. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and }!~om 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. Proceeds go to the Old Op- , era House, and donations are always welcome. Call 300-725- ~ ~6605 to learn more. ~Writers group Poetry & Prose, the Charles Town Library's ~ "writers group, will meet at 3 this afternoon and Jan. 23 as well , as at 6 p.m. on Jan. 31. New attendees always welcome and :,~hould bring four to six copies of their work to share. For the at 300-725-2208 or go online to to :)an 31 session, RSVP to Potters'Round TableWashington Street Studios in.Bolivar %~udubon program The Potomac Valley Audubon Soci= hosts an extended edifirn o~'it~-m*oiiihiyPotters! Rtiund:Ta- " ety hosts "Native Bees: Why They Matter and How to Pro- SATURDAY Pancake fundraiser The public is invited to Middleway Unit- ed Methodist Church at 7435 Queen St. for a breakfast fund- raiser from 7 to l0 AM aan. with pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, juice and coffee. There's no set cost for the meal; those who attendare asked tQ make a free will offer- ing with all proceeds going toward the ~hurch building fund. Call 300-728-4770 for more information'. vide Support," at 7 p.m. at Hospice of the Panhandle in Kear- neysville. The program - free to attend and open to anyone - will feature Dotti Mozden, an Audubon member and certified Master Naturalist. The monthly Audubon programs are offered ~ On the second Wednesday of each month. For more informa- '~ ~ion, go to or contact Krista Hawley ~(adultprogmms or 681-252-1387). "Ranson Walks" Walkers can get their steps in at the Ran- ' Son Civic Center at 431 W. Second Ave. The recently remod- eled facility is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tues- days through Fridays. There's no charge. The Jefferson County Committee on Aging also offers Wall with Ease and Healthy . Steps at the civic center. The classes are free for anyone 50 and " older or $2 per class for those younger. To know morn, contact ,Ranson Parks and Recreation director Terri Burhans (304-725- 2437 or ~" ~ THURSDAY ' ;torytime The Charles Town Library holds storytime for kids "of all ages at 4 p.m. Thursdays at the hbrary at 200 E. Wash- Angton St. For details, call the library at 300-725-2208 or go ~,~ ~nline to to -- '~helter needs Can you lend a hand at Jefferson County's cold ~veather shelter? Anyone interested in volunteering overnight It ~