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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, March 18, 1999 5 Named VP of Affairs tEPHERDSTOWN - Dr. L. Kipetz of Coventry, has been named vice for student affairs at College. She will as- her new post in June. the vice president for stu- Kipetz will be respon- for programs and policies student life outside the and will oversee resi- life and housing, food ser- center, health center, center, career develop- center, athletics, student ju- administration, multicul- services, and veter- ans' a f/airs. "Dr. Kipetz brings to Shepherd College a solid background in stu- dent affairs administration," said President David L. Dunlop. "We are very excited to hire such a highly qualified candidate for a position which is so important to the College and, particularly, to our students. I am confident that Dr. Kipetz will be a dynamic and effective leader." Kipetz is the dean of students at the University of Connecticut, a post she has held since 1992. At the university she supervises the student affairs department, the Center tbr Students with Disabili- ties, regional campuses, and the Veterans' Center. Her accomplish- ments include implementing an $84,000 short-term emergency loan program for students, devel- oping student retention programs, raising the standards of student behavior regarding academic in- Supports Hospital ~dhe Rotary Club of Charles Town recently donated $500 to erson Memorial Hospital's annual giving campaign "A ition of Caring"'. The money will be used to purchase ~ded patient equipment at the hospital. ~otary Treasurer Ron Winters is shown presenting the ~ek to Jefferson Memorial Hospital's Information Systems lector Todd Smooth. Approximately $30,000 has been do- ~ed to the Tradition campaign to date. tegrity and social conduct, and de- veloping policies for student crisis on campus. She also has served as interim dean of students and special assis- tants to the dean of students at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Dr. Kipetz earned an A.A. de- gree from Holyoke Community College, a B.A. degree in psychol- ogy from Western New England College, an M.Ed. and Ed.D. in re- search, policy, and administration from the University of Massachu- setts at Amherst, and a post doc- torate certificate in management development from Harvard Uni- versity. A member of the board of direc- tors of the Literacy Volunteers of Northeastern Connecticut, Dr. Kipetz is a member of the New England Resource Center for Higher Education, the Connecti- cut Association of Women in Edu- cation, the National Association of Student Personnel Administra- tors, Phi Delta Kappa, and the Golden Key National Honor Soci- ety. The search committee, made up of students, faculty, and staff, re- viewed the credentials of 66 appli- cants for the position and selected the finalists who were invited to campus for interview sessions. Members of the vice president for student affairs search committee include students Doug McCarthy and Katie Yates, thculty members Judy Kepple, Mary Walker, Denny Alexander, Monte Cater, Patricia Dwyer, and Dow Benedict, and staff members Harry Young, Ann Henriksson, Wanda Smith, Rachel Meads, and Marie Carter, who served as committee chair. GOP COMMITTEE MEETING The Jefferson County Republi- can Executive Committee will meet on Saturday, March 27 at 8 a.m. at the Wishing Well in Charles Town. All Republicans in Jefferson County are encouraged to attend. Plans for the May 7 Lincoln Day dinner will be final- ized. EXHIBIT DEDICATION CEREMONY APRIL 3 The Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society has an- nounced the activities for the grand re-opening of George Washington's Office Museum on Saturday, April 3, in Winchester, Va'A "Patriotic ProceSsion" begins at 10 a.m. on North Loudoun Street at the site of Fort Loudoun. The procession will go south on Loudoun Street and turn west on Cork Street, ending at the mu- seam. Participants will include 1st Virginia Regiment, young George Washington and his surveying party, members of the Opequon Long Rifles, Patuxent Long Hunt- ers and Morgan's Riflemen, all liv- ing history groups. Members of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion will appear in the parade dressed as former first ladies. George Washington as the elder statesman will ride in a carriage. Daniel Morgan Middle School Band will also perform. Following the procession will be dedication of the "George Washing- ton and the West" exhibit. Warren Hofstra, professor at Shenandoah University, will give the keynote address. George Washington's Office Mu- seum is located at 32 West Cork Street in Winchester. All activities are free to the public. Give the United Way WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON KNOWING OUR CUSTOMERS Many of our customers have trusted us with their medication needs for yeQrs: Because we are e neighborhood pharmacy we can offer our customers truly personalized service for their prescription end over the counter medication choices, K and PHARMACY, INC. 114 W. Washington Street Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 725-2621 H0URS: Monday - Friday 8:30 to 7;00 P.M. Satorday 8:30 JLM. to 5:00 P.M. Sunday 12 noon to 1:00 P.M. FINANCIAL SECURITY FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW HOSPICE DINNER-DANCE ~on't forget to get your tickets for the "Flights of Fantasy Dinner ~ce" to benefit Hospice of the Panhandle. Hosted by the Preceptor a Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, the dance will be held at the ~!on Hotel in Shepherdstown. This promises to be a magical Oing beginning at 6:30 with cocktails and a buffet dinner. Dancing Lbe provided by Studio 6, a well-known band that plays a variety of ~l dance music and features a female vocalist. A coffee bar and des- ~ buffet will provide a break from dancing at 10 p.m. Tickets may be !rved by calling 263-1769. ~ospice Care Stamps are still available at your local Post Office. spread the word and request Hospice Care Stamps the next time Ipurchase postage. ~pril 5--Suicide Family Support Group, 7 p.m at the Hospice office. ~n to any person who is coping with the death of a loved one to tide. t pril 6--Loss of a Child Support Group; grief support for parents g with the death of a child. 7 p.m. at the Hospice office. ~pril 13--Grief Therapy Group begins, 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hospice ~e. Call Larry Crawley-Woods to register. ' b ~pril 16--Iron Horses Car and Truck Club Crmse-ln to enefit Hos- of the Panhandle at the Wal-Mart parking lot, 6 p.m. I~ril 25--Hospice of the Panhandle Spring Memorial Service re- ering patients who have died under the care of Hospice from Uary 1, 1998, through December 31, 1998, at Christ Reformed ted Church of Christ, Martinsburg, at 2 p.m. a for life. WlI~ Nationwide offers a complete portfolio of life insurance products and services to meet your protection and investment needs. Call us today, Tom Jones 300 W. Washington St. Charles Town 725-3434 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide IS on your SlOe Nmionw~de Mutual Insurance Company and A$iated Compan~ Home Off~: One Nationwide F~aza, Columbus, OH 432~6 Nationwide' is a registered federal ~e ~,ice mark of Nationwide Mutual insurance Company lay 5--SPRING SEMINAR "Hard Choices for Loving People" fea- ag the Rev. Hank Dunn, chaplain for Hospice of Northern Virginia. he multi-purpose room of the Hospice office. Two attendance op- s: 9 to 10:30 a.m Clergy Seminar. Clergy CEUs provided. Conti- tel breakfast will be served. Registration is $20. 1 to 2:30 p.m ,lic Seminar. Refreshments served. Social Worker and Nursing Js provided. Registration is $20. Iay 13--Hospice of the Panhandle Annual Volunteer Recognition aer, Holiday Inn, Martinsburg, 6:30 p.m. Iay 18, 20, 25, 27--Hampshire County Volunteer Training, 9 a.m. to p.m at the Bank of Romney Community Center. Iay 21--Iron Horses Car and Truck Club Cruise-In to benefit Hos- !, in Martinsburg Wal-Mart parking lot, 6 p.m. iII i i ill ll HI me III i Hi me II IIR i IlliN &D Meats r . z. All for r ChuckRoast Inwood, WV 3 lb. Bone-in Pork Roast ! 2 lbs. Sausage 3 lbs. Lean Ground Beef IT, T Fri. 104, Sat. 84 I lb. 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