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SPtR}T OF jEfFERSON Farmers AD\,OC,Z, TE - Thursaa,' March !0 2005 LocalAttorney Called to Active Duty with Army Andrew Skinner Andrew Skinner, attorney for the firm Nichols and Skin- ner, L.C.. has been called to active duty with the United States Army, ,After graduat- ing from the College of William and Mary, Skinner was com- missioned as a second lieuten- ant in the United States Army and served on active duty from 1992 to 1996. During this time, he served as a tanker and a lo- gistician. He continued his mil- itary career by serving in both the National Guard and the ,Army Reserves. He has served throughout the United States and around the world including in Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Italy and South Korea. Skinner graduated with hon- ors in 1999 from the University of Texas School of Law in Aus- tin, Tex. After practicing with BASKET BINGO the firm Skadden. Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in Chicago, where his specialization was in product liability lawsuits. Skin- ner returned home to Jefferson County to practice in the firm co-founded by his father. John C. Skinner, Jr. He is a mem- ber of the West Virginia State Bar and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. "My commitment to my fam- ily is what brought me back to the area," stated Skinner. "I am very thankful that my wife Kathy and our children will have the support of our local at TJk Lowery Elementary School I~k Saturday, The PTO is hoslJng a Longaberge~, Basket Bingo TJL Lowery is located o~ RL 9 between Kea~'neys~fle & Charles Town. C4mtm~ T~ l.owwy ~ more informzt~ 728-72S0. MUSt be 18 years old or older to play! Hours: 'Wed-Fri 11-6 Saturday 10-6 Sunday 1 I-5 124 & 126 ~,'~ German St. Shepherdstown 3(14.876.9308 Easter Outfits 1.o, , , , , , Two Unique Stores Featm~ng Beautiful Clothing de Gifts for Babies de Children Carrying GM de Boy Sizes from Newborn to 6x family and friends while I am busy with my military respon- sibilities." Nichols & Skinner's primal" focus is representing victims of accidents, crime or fraud. The And now, Medicare, Medicaid and most West Virginia insurance plans help pay for them. Colorectal cancer (cancer of the colon or rectum) is the second- leading cancer killer in the U.S. Screening tests can detect colorectal polyps, which are small grovahs that may become cancer if not removed. Screening tests also can find colorectal cancer early, when there may not be any symptoms and when treatment can be most effective. Most West Virginia insurance plans understand the importance of colorectal cancer screening and prm~ide coverage for these tests for beneficiaries. Talk with your doctor about your screening options. (800) 4-CANCER TTY (800) 332-8615 NCI's Cancer Information Service firm also drafts wills, and has an active real practice.