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SPIRIT of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE LIFE PAGE B9 Wednesday; March 7, 2018 KITTY SAVAGE came in Folklore tells us if "March month to fly a kite." I told him No doubt, in last week's communicating their position comes in like a lion, it goes out I'd like to see him try. Then, I powerful winds, he probably to our elected officials. like a lamb." Well, March un- quickly added: "Don't give the could've been lifted off the Regardless of my personal mistakably came in like lion kids any ideas." ground with a kite tied around opinion of the work stoppage, last week in West Virginia. In fact, last spring I came his belly. I wholeheartedly believe that Fierce, strong winds roared home from work one day toMarch also came in like astanding up for what you be- through our region the first fred our son sulking in the yard lion at our state capital. Lions lieve in on such a large stage days of the month. Large trees with a kite securely tied around are known to form prides, or takes a lion's share of cour- were completely uprooted or his middle. When I went in- large groups that work togeth- age. snapped in two. Shingles blew side, I asked our daughter what er to defend their common in- The beginning of March off roofs. Electricity went out was wrong with her brother, terests. Last week, I watched also gave our communities a all over the area needing days She replied, "He's mad at me. news footage of West Vhgin- chance to protect and care for to be completely restored. I won't grab the other end of ia's teachers and service per- our young. Community mem- My husband joked, "Well, the kite and start running with sonnel united together as one bers and teachers came togeth- they say March is a good it so he can fly." large group all around our state er to collect, assemble and dis- tribute meals to chil- dren who otherwise might do without. I heard radio an- nouncements of res- taurants offering kids free meals. I saw Fa- cebook posts of churches and com- munity organizations setting up discounted camps or daycare opportuni- ties for kids whose parents needed to go to work. Lions are known to protect their young and to even care for neglected cubs when needed'. In this aspect, I'd say, yet again, March came in like a lion. It's the second part of this proverb that I'm looking forward to the most. If March came in like a lion, it's go- ing out like a lamb. One look at my cal- endar confirms this, as the last days of March this year are Good Friday and the beginning of Passover. Surely, gentler days are ahead - in our weather, our relationships or our overall spirit. Parochial School in Martinsburg in t = providing additional funding through really take into consideration the feed- Hendrix FRoM PAGE B3 the 1960s. Although I am a few years "Dr. Hendrix has allowed Shepherd the Shepherd Foundation. Dr. Hendrix back we give her is phenomenal." brings to the table many new ways older, we participated in many of the to prosper even thought the economy continues to use her extensive connec- same school activities. Even then, she isn't all that favorable - and Shep- tions to put Shepherd in the forefront SNEHA REDDY, of exploring solutions. If you'll for- was a leader with poise, gentle but herd is even growing. For example, locally, regionally and nationally." Student Government give this metaphor, she not only thinks driven. She was the same with every- the Communications Department is Association president 'outside of the box'; she's brought to one.All who knew her could sense and building a green screen studio which ROBERT WARBURTON, === us a new box altogether, predict that she would do great things, will be the only in the community, assistant dean of Teaching, "Dr. "She's a very good listener and has "I was one of the founding mem- We'll have a fully vimml studio."Learning and Instructional Mary Hendrix's ties with the a good memory for facts from previ- bers of the Women's Giving Circle Resources and professor of Shepherdstown community enabled ous conversations. I appreciate that called WISH - Women Investing in KEVIN WILLIAMS, biochemistryher to hit the ground nmning. Dr. Hen- when she introduces a potential proj- Shepherd- that was initiated in 2015. professor Department of drix's history with the town and the ect, she will hear with patience and I knew that our mission embraced Communications "'" university has provided valuable in- openness any explorations, objections many of Mary's lifelong goals and === "My first memory of Mary is that of sights in the town/gown relationship. a shy student, new to our class, with Dr. Hendrix's communication with or supporting information with all of achievements. I contacted Mary as I "I want to tell you about two initia- long braided pigtails. She was stand- the town and its officials and residents her attention. She is passionate about knew she would want to be a part of fives by Dr. Hendrix that are good ex- ing in a comer of the playground and has been wonderful. Shepherd and our students, faculty this high impact effort and we quickly amples of her 'student-centfic' focus. I walked up to her and asked ff she " Her insights and staff. This region, the people in reconnected. this community, and Shepherd - they "As expected she joined WISH,First, Dr. Hendrix was instrumental in wanted to play. We've been "best have allowed the town and university are all closely aligned with her values once again wanting to make a differ- arranging for the Robert Louis Katz friends forever" ever since. I loved to pool resources that save time and Medical Research Foundation of Chi- spending countless Saturdays with her money. Dr. Hendrix values getting and life experiences, ence in her alma mater, Shepherd and cago- established by James and Ellyn and her parents on Springwood Farm, the most bang for the buck. When Dr. "She puts her energy into many as- her home state of West V'wginia. Since Katz in memory of their son Robert to climbing fences, oumanning bulls, and Hendrix considers a project to move pects of Shepherd. I don't think any that time, we have relied on each oth- support research for diseases in chil- sitting on the side of the pond. Mary is Shepherd forward, she considers what of us could say that she favors one er for ideas, support, and communi- dren - to provide the first Katz Schol- highly intelligent. But what I love the effects it may have on our town. department or program over another, ty connections to continue her innate arship to Adam Hull, a graduating se- most about her is her sense of humor "This thoughtfulness and willing- She looks for opportunities for growth, desire to improve Shepherd's place nior from Inwood. and her never ending compassion and ness to consider both her loves makes speaks with the leaders in those areas, in our community and the world. As "Mr. Hull spent eight weeks in the support to anyone in need. I'm so glad it an ideal situation for solidifying the encourages exploring partnerships, her friend it has been an honor and a and checks in frequently with a genu- personal privilege to work with her summer of 2017 as an intern in Dr. she is home." town/gown relationship." ine interest in helping build momen- through WISH and the Friends of Hendrix's cancer research laboratory tum and positive results." Popodicon committee. Both efforts at West Virginia University. He hopesCAROL (BURKHART) ffIM AUXER, to one day conduct his own break- COPENHAVER Shepherdstown mayor ROBERT W. TUDOR, reflect who she is to all a visionary through research. Second, Dr. Hendrix - Beth Batdorfwrites regularly associate professor of music and a gifted thinker an approachable has sent out a letter to her fellow Shep- Director of Vocal Activities leader and a friend." "Dr. Hen&ix is truly emblematic of for the Spirit. Look for more about herd science classmates, encouraging the words 'service before self.' She is Shepherd, including the people doing == MARY ,'PEACHY" STALEY them to support the current science and motivated, giving and bright. Her abil- amazing work at the university, in up- "Mary and I attended St. Joseph'sLifelong friend and Shepherd mathematics students at Shepherd by ity to connect to our student body and coming issues of the Spirit enthusiast that make a real difference in our communitg. My fellow Rotarians are also great people to know and work with. The structure of Rotary Intemationai is a force for good all around the world. All Rotary members can be proud to be a part of that force for good. Are you interested in being a Rotarian? Email: rotaryelubofeharlestown@gmail.eom All signs require initial approval from the Planning and Zoning Department, prior to being installed. Depending on your location, either a Sign Permit Application or a Certificate of Appropriateness must be submitted and approved by City Staff or the Historic Landmarks Commission. Any signs installed without approval, will be in violation of the Charles Town Codified Code and subject to legal fines and penalties. Phone: 304-725-2311 101 E. Washington St./PO Box 14 Charles Town, WV 25414-0014 www.charlestownwv.us Servin0 their c0mmunitiles and helpin0 those in need Call today for your Free Publishing Kit! 855-781-5497 Tuesday marked the official ribbon-cutting at a Ran- son nail salon now under new ownership and man- agement- Natalie's Nails at 217 Oak Lee Drive, not far from Home Depot and Weis Market. Standing with owners Jenny Ly and David Nguyen (center) are (from left) Heather Morgan Mclntyre, execu- tive director of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce; Chris Puller, chamber board member; Aaron Howell, chamber president; Ranson Mayor Duke Pierson; and Donna Duangdara, manager of Natalie's Nails. The salon is open from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m Sundays. The phone number at Nata- lie's is 304-725-7779. 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