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PAGE A2 Wednesday March 7, 2018 NEWS SPIRYr of JEb ERSO ' and FARMER'S ADVOCATE "No government ought to be without censors and where the press is free, no one ever will." -- Thomas Jefferson of JEFFERS QN WHAT'S |NSiDE Obituaries A3 Advocate A8,A9 Sports . B1 On the Money . B4 Classifieds, crossword B5 Legals B6 Farm B6 Community Calendar B8 Out & About B10 Life B10 More legals C1 Publisher ROBERT SNYDER Managing edit()r CHRISTINE SNYDER editor@ spiritofjefferson.com 304-725-2046, ext. 222 Office manager CARA YOUNG sojofficemanager@gmail.com 304-725-2046, ext. 221 Sports reporter ZACH CUMBERLAND sports@ spiritofjefferson.com 304-725-2046, ext. 229 Advertising MARY BURNS mary@ spiritofjefferson.com 304-725-2046, ext. 223 BRENDA WOODWARD GRISItAM brenda@ spiritofjefferson.com 304-725-2046, ext. 224 Graphic designers SHARON SNYDER 304-725-2046, ext. 227 GREG STAUB 304-725-2046, ext. 226 Serving our community since 1844 Published Wednesdays by The Jefferson Publishing Co. Inc a local, family-owned company Winner, West Virginia Press Association 2017 General Excellence (Third place) Visit us: 114 N. Charles St Charles Town Send mail: P.O. Box 966, Charles Town 25414 Phone: 304-725-2046 Fax: 304-728-6856 spiritofjefferson.com See a mistake? The Spirit of Jefferson wants to promptly and thoroughly correct all errors that appear in these pages or our website online. Bring such matters to the attention of Christine Snyder (editor@spiritojefferson.com or 304-725-2046, ext. 222) as quickly as possible. Didn't get your paper? Call office manager Cara Young, 304-725-2046, ext. 221. HFI WEALTH MANAGEMENT 304-876-2619 I www.unitedcp.com/wvl United Capital Financial Advisers, LLC provides advice and makes recommendations based on the specific needs and circumstances of each client. Investing in securities involves risk, please contact your financial adviser with questions about your specific needs and circumstances. Honest Conversations is a registered trademark of United Captital Financial Advisers, LLC SHENANDOAH JUNCTION - Lead- ers at Jefferson County Parks & Recre- ation say they've redesigned their spring event to get kids moving. The Kids Egg Run and Bunny Hop is set for 9 a.m. to noon on March 17 at Sam Michael's Park in Shenandoah Junction. The cost is $10 per child, and youngsters can sign up by contacting parks and rec. To start the festivities, kids will hop, walk or run down the half-mile "Bunny Trail," stopping along the way to collect eggs and to try activities. Young people also will make a splash with paint, zoom down a giant slide, have a blast with prize balloons, and be challenged with hidden egg treasures be- fore making their way to the finish line to receive a special Bunny Trail Medal, according to parks and rec officials. Kids and their families then can go into the gym at the Jefferson County Com- munity Center for a special Bunny Hop Dance with healthy snacks, a chance to win family-fun giveaways and to enjoy the music of the Parents Choice Award - winning Rainbow Rock Band. The dance will even feature a special guest, the Easter Bunny himself! Jefferson County Property Transactions Feb. 26-March 2, 2018 $321,620.00 DR Acquisitions LLC to Dan Sita Ram Corporation Ryan Builders West Virginia to Karma 4U Hospitality LLC; LTS 139 and 177, PH Group Inc.; PCL CT 1.90 II; Harpers Ferry District; ACS, known as West Ridge $103,000.00 Inn; Charles Town District; $600,000.00 Dan Ryan Builders West Virginia LLC to Brian S. Michael David Azar and Kimble and Helen E. Kim- Shauna Lee Azar to Mark ble; Unit 14, PH IA; Charles Everman Jr. and Erica Town District; $467,398.00 Everman; Unit 97; Charles Town District; $299,999.00 Dan Ryan Builders West Vir- ginia LLC to MarkA. Blanch- Citibank NATR, GSR Mort- ette and Arrie A. Blanchette; gage Loan Trust 2006-AR2, LT 128, PH II; Harpers Ferry Mortgage Pass-through District; $401,000.00 Certificates Series 2006- AR2, Ocwen Loan Servic- Dan Ryan Builders West ing LLC AIF to William C. Virginia LLC to Randall Howard III; LT 6; Middleway A. Smith; LT 129, PH II; District; $170,100.00 Harpers Ferry District; Dongkyu Choi to R & D Investments LLC; PCL CT 1.98 ACS, T/W 30-feet ACC EAS; Charles Town District; $138,000.00 R & D Investments LLC to H & H Homes LLC; PCL CT 2.16 ACS, T/W non-exclu- sive 60-foot EAS; Middle- way District; $41,500.00 Hester Woodward Executrix and Kathleen L. Moore Es- tate to Stephen Kelley; PCL I: LTS 239, 240, 241,242,289 and 291; SEC J, PCL 2: LTS 236, 237, 288; Harpers Ferry District; $44,000.00 Michael J. Benike to Law- rence L. Phelham III; LT 23; Ranson Corporation; $42,000.00 Sponsored by: REALTY James Nelson has a background in property manag- menet in Northern Virginia and has spent years in the trades with a deep background in the property manag- ment world. James is a natural fit at Blackwell! James Nelson Property Manager For more aboub James and bhe Blackwell Realbg Advanbage, see Www.BlackwellReall gSevices.com 113 W. Washington Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Office: 304.885.0772 Liz McDonald, Broker o~,ot~v.ttv R EA~,IOR" 31 S. Braddock Street #206 Winchester, VA 22601 Office: 540.931.9366 Patrick Blood, Broker Hospice of the Panhandle gets inpatient care grant funding KEARNEYSVILLE - Hos- pice of the Panhandle accepted $4,500 from the Eastern West Virginia Community Foun- dation during a grant awards breakfast Friday morning. Hos- pice offi- cials say the grant will be used to help fi- nancial- ly strug- gling pa- tients getMaria Lorensen end-of- life care at the inpatient facil- ity in Keameysville. Development director Ma- fia Lorensen says the program is an enormous help to hos- pice patients. She pointed to one woman who came to Hospice after a stroke. Once her pain and symptoms were under con- trol, her insurance would no longer cover care at the inpa- tient facility. "Her family did not have the means to pay for residen- tial care and they could not care for her at home," Lorens- en said. But, she added, thanks to grants like the one from the Community Foundation, the patient stayed at the inpatient facility for two more days and passed away peacefully, sur- rounded by her family. t v g, leads, support Realtor, ABR, CRS Cell: 1-304-671.3183 www.PeggyBurcker.LNF.com H peggy.burcker@longandfoster.com 91 Saratoga Drive, Charles Town, WV 25414 M. Margie Battles, Broker PAD'S mission is to reduce the number of preventable suicides among youth 13 to 30 years of age by increasing awareness, identifiying gaps in diagnosis and treatment, and advocating for long-term policy change relating to depression. PAD is a 501(c)(3) organization and 100% of the proceeds from this event will support PAD's goal to establish a mental health program within high school health class curriculums on a national level. www.parentsagainstdepression,org Experience pro racing events, indulge in BBQ & enjoy various family activities all dayl General admission: $25 I Children Under 12:$10 [ Children Under 3: Free We you family. Become a subscriber! [] In-state $36 for 52 weeks [] Out-of-state $38 for 52 weeks [] E-edition $19.95 for 52 weeks NAME STREET OR PO BOX CITY, STATE, ZIP PHONE OR EMAIL [] Check [] Money order ]Credit Card # CC exp. date CC security code Send this form and payment to Spirit of Jefferson P.O. Box 966, Charles Town. WV 25414 %r