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SPIRIT of JEFFERSON FARMER'S AI)VOCATE ! PA/JL A3 NEWS 24, 2o s Valley Health WELCOMES Boat/RV/Cllmate Control We'll beat any Charles Town or Ranson storage facility by $5/mo! 165 Philip Avenue Charles Town, WV 304-724-7867 www, Rockwe!lMiniStorage,com James Murray, DO Board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Murray will provide personalized women's healthcare including prenatal care and well-women visits at Valley Health's newest multispecialty clinic in Charles Town. To make an appointment, please call 304-930-0031. Valley Health Multispecialty Clinic I Charles Town 710 Somerset Blvd Suite 100, Charles Town, WV Hea/th/#r. togethe~ Warm reception for doc's chili recipe LEFT: Scott Anderson, the culinary adviser for WVU Med- CHEFS, works with doctors from the MarUnsburg-based Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Health Saturday at Jefferson County Community Ministries to share tips for making "fast food" at home that's healthier than anything for sale at a drive-through window. The presentation marked the first "Cooking With the Doc" event, which will continue at JCCM each month. "We want to change food donations to healthier stuff and to help clients prepare healthier stuff, "said Bob Shefner, executive director at Community Ministries. BELOW: After the demonstration ended, clients were sent home with a grab bag of ingredi- ents to encourage them to try the recipe on their own. LEFT: Anderson encouraged participants at Saturday's free workshop to cook more from scratch to avoid the added sugar and salt found in many packaged foods. "Real food has nutritional benefits," Anderson explained. The recipe that he shared with JCCM patrons included not only tomatoes, onions, green peppers and beans but also diced carrots. ROBERT SNYDER ~ L Minimally Invasive Surgery: [] m McKinzie Matheson thought her basketball career was over. But thanks to the breakthrough care at Valley Health, surgeons repaired her torn ACL and meniscus with the least invasive approach available, requiring only tiny incisions. That meant she was back On the court this season, with the best of her basketball career still ahead. valleyhealthlink,com/sportsmed 1 540-699-0075 Orthopedics I