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10 SPI R IT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, March 25, 1999 Winning in United States History from Harpers Ferry Jun- ior High School were, back row, left to right, Karl Edge, first place, Brittany Miller, third place, and Lauren Crowther and Ryan Hunt, honorable mention. In the front row winning in the World History (Pairs) category are Peter Holler and Billy Powell, third place, and Kasie Demers and Joey Haefner, hon- orable mention. Help at Dorothy Payne, grandmother of two grandchildren attend- ing North Jefferson Elementary School, volunteers daily at the school assisting with the supervision of students during lunch time and recess. She also assists students with aca- demic assignments. Shown with Mrs. Payne are fourth grade students Scott Bushman, Travis Brown, Jeffrey Wilt and T.J. Aikens. For information about volunteering with a school in the Jefferson County School System, contact the Jefferson County Board of Education office or call a school directly. Wise Presents Flag Congressman Bob Wise stopped at South Jefferson El- ementary School to present an American flag. A request for a flag that had flown over the nation's capitol came from the South Jefferson Ruritan Club, a business partner with the school. The flag presented to the school flew over the capitol building on February 22, Wise said. Shown here are South Jefferson Ruritan member Calvin Hough, Principal Gretchen Van Camp, Wise, and South Jefferson Ruritan mem- ber Ted Viands. ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE) M, 1, W, TH 12NOON-3PM & 6-9PM Jefferson County Board of Education Reeves/Cotta GED CALL 721-0224 FOR FIRMER INFORMATION. NO CRARGE FOR |LIXES II MAITliALS. |INTINlUS OPENINGS. TESTING GED tests are given once each month. For application information and to verify the test dates call 728-9224, "6 INTRO TO INTERNET 1 T, TH 6:30-9:30PMJefferson High $15" 5/18 &20 2 NightsPerks INTRO TO COMPUTERS 2 M,W 6:30-9:30PMJefferson High $45* 4/12 3 Wks Perks INTRO TO COMPUTERS 3 M, W 6:30-9:30PMJefferson High $45* 5/10 3 Wks Perks: CORELWORDPERFECT8.0 4 T 6:00-9:00PMJefferson High $70* 4/6 8 Wks Ham MICROSOFT WORD 97 5 TH 6:00-9:00PMJefferson High $70* 4/8 8 Wks Cech MICROSOFT EXCEL 97 6 M 6:30-9:30PMJefferson High $70* 4/5 8 Wks Meyel MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 97 7 Th 6:00-9:00PMJefferson High $60* 4/8 8 Wks INTRO TO MICROSOFT ACCESS 8 M 6:00-9:00PMJefferson High $70* 4/5 8 Wks Cech WINDOWS 95/98 9 T 6:00-9:00PMJefferson High $70* 4/6 8 Wks INTRO TO KEYBOARDING 10 T, TH 5:30-8:30PMJefferson High $70* 4/6 8 Wks PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING 11 M,W 5:30-8:30PMJefferson High $75* 4/5 8 Wks REAL ESTATE LICENSE 12 M, TH 6:30-9:30PMCharles Town Jr. $160"4/8 9 Wks Kilroy EAST COAST SWING FOR BEGINNERS 13W 6:30-8:00PM Sheph Jr HS $20* 4/7 4 Wks Adler SPRING WREATH MAKING 14 TH 6:30-8:30PMWright Denny Ele $25* 4/8 1 Night Dyke SWAG MAKING 15 TH 6:30-8:30PMWright Denny Ele $25* 4/15 1 Night Dyke BIRD HOUSE PAINTING 16 TH 6:30-9:00PMWright Denny Ele $25* 4/22 1 Night Dyke PHOTO PROTECTION CLASS 17 T 6:00-9:00PMWright Denny Ele $20* 4/13 1 Night Dillow PHOTO PROTECTION CLASS 18 TH 6:00-9:00PMSheph Jr HS $20* 4/22 1 Night Dil!ow INTERMEDIATE STAINED GLASS 19 T 5:30-7:30PMT.A. Lowery $80* 4/6 8 Wks TRADITIONAL RUG HOOKING 20 M 6:30-8:30PMCharles Town Jr $30* 4/12 8 Wks Jones PATTERN MAKING-BEGINNERS 21 T&W 6:00-9:00PMJefferson High $15" 4/6&7 2 Night COPY READY TO WEAR PATTERN MAKING-INTERMEDIATE 22 T&W 6:00-9:00PMJeffeson High$15" 4/27&28 2Night COPY READY TO WEAR A number of Charles Town Junior High School students recently participated in a Science Symposium sponsored by the U.S. Army Research Office, the U.S. Navy Research Office and the U.S. Air Force Research Office. A total of 47 sympo- siums were held throughout the U.S. and abroad this year. The 34th annual West Virginia Junior Science and Humani- ties Symposium was held at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon. Students submitted research papers on science projects for a chance to compete for a $4,000 scholarship. Those participating from Charles Town Junior High School were, left to right, Lauren Riley, Joanie Davis, Robert Dibbern, Rachel Franklin, Jennifer Huff, Jackie Moore, Tifany Fincham and Olivia Grantham. Fincham was chosen to give an oral presentation during the symposium. Dibbern won the poster contest and Davis placed third. Lesson in Students at Page Jackson ElementarySchooi are learning a few facts about nutrition. Flo Brown, cafeteria manager, volunteers a portion of each school day to teach first and sec- ond grade students about health and nutrition. On this day, she was meeting with Joyce Wall's Primary 2 class. During this class visit, Brown told students about Clancy the Clown. Clancy has a smiling face when students are willing to try a new food and a frowning face when they are not willing to try new things. Her goal is to not only teach students about good nutrition but to encourage them to sample new things. With her are students Monique Hope, Tyler Frye and Will Hammond. -- African American Essay winners at North Jefferson El- ementary School were rewarded recently during a lunch with Principal Pat Blanc at McDonald's. All students at the school were asked to write an essay identifying the African Ameri- can they felt had the greatest impact on their lives. Winners were selected by grade level. Shown in the picture are the winners, Heather Barger, third grade; Heather Lear, third grade; Breanne DeGrave, second grade; Steven Hodge, third grad.e; Trisha Leaf, second grade; Ashley Green, fifth grade; Vincent Carter, fourth grade; and Teaire Brown, second grade. BASIC ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE WORKSHOP IMPROVISATIONAL ACTING TECHNIQUES FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR THE BABY BOOMER UNDERSTANDING MUTUAL FUNDS INVESTMENT PLANNING FOR THE OLDER INVESTOR COLOR ANALYSIS / CORE WARDROBING WRITING POETRY, DISCOVER THE POET WITHIN ORGANIC GARDENING REMEBERING HOW TO PLAY/EXPRESSING CREATIVITY 31 23 TH 6:00-9:00PMJefferson High $25* 4/8 8 Wks 24 T 6:30-9:00PMCharles Town Jr $50* 4/6 6 Wks 25 T 6:30-8:30PMCharles Town Jr $5* 4/20 1 Night Sell( 26 T 6:30-8:30PMSheph Jr HS $5* 5/11 1 Night Sell( 27 TH lOAM-NOON Sheph Mens Club $5* 5/20 1 Morning 28 TH 7:0O-9:0OPMCharles Town Jr $5* 4/15 1 Night 29 TH 6:00-8:00PMCharles Town Jr $25* 4/8 6 Wks Graf 30 M 7:00-9:00PMJefferson High $35* 4/12 8 Wks M 6:30-8:00PMJefferson High $25* 4/5 8 Wks Appel(, SPRING WALKABOUT 32 T, W, TH 5:15-6:15PM Wright Denny Ele $5* 4/6 9 Wks YOGA LEVEL ONE 33 T 5:45-6:45PMSheph Elem $20* 4/27 6 Wks Jennel YOGA LEVEL TWO 34 T 7:00-8:00PMSheph Elem $20* 4/27 6 Wks Jennei YOGA LEVEL THREE 35 M 6:45-8:00PMSheph Elem $25* 4/26 6 Wks Jenner TAI CHI 36 W 7:00-9:00PMSo. Jefferson Ele $40* 4/7 8 Wks TAI CHI 37 TH 6:30-8:30PMSheph Jr HS $40* 4/8 8 Wks Shunn TAI CHI 38 W 7:0O-8:00PMHarpers Ferry Jr $25* 4/7 8 Wks Registration for any fitness classes listed below may be presented to the instructor on the first night of class. Bdnq a heaw towel or mat to class, CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF APRIL 5, 1999 **Optional Friday/Saturday Classes when taking M, W MORNING CLASSES 8 WEEKS 2 Classes / Wk $32 3 Classes / Wk $47 LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 39 M, W, F** 8:45-9:45AM Shepherdstown Mens Club TRIMNASTICS 40 M, W, F** 9:00-9:55AM C T Presbyterian Church AFTBNOON & EVENING FITNESS SPECIALS Come dressed to exercise. .2 Classes/Wk-$32.3 ClassesNVk.$42.4 Classes I Wk-$52,5 Classes/Wk-$65 8 Wks Trt 8 Wks Dillow ,6 Classes/Wk.$72,7 Classes/Wk- Classes/Wk.$94 .Husband & Wife Special: 2 DaysNVk- $52 3 Days/Wk- $77 ,Student & Parent Special: 2 DaysNVk. $52 ,College Student w/ID: 2 AFTERNOON CLASSES AEROBIC MIX 41 T, TH 12:00-12:45PM Camp Hill Methodist Church8 Wks BODY BUSINESS 42 M, W 4:15-5:15PMSouth Jefferson Ele 8 Wks AEROBIC MIX 43 T, TH 4:15-5:15PMT.A. Lowery Elementary 8 Wks AEROBIC DANCE 44 T, TH 4:15-5:15PMShepherdstown Elementary 8 Wks Dillow Linebu Dillow BODY BUSINESS 45 M, W 5:30-6:30PM Shepherdstown Elementary 8 Wks TRIMNASTICS 46 M, W, F 5:50-6:35PMRanson Elementary 8 Wks TRIMNASTICS 47 T, TH 5:50-6:35PMBlue Ridge Elementary 8 Wks STEP AEROBICS 48 M, W 6:40-7:40PMRanson Elementary 8 Wks F** 6:35-7:25PMS** 8:45-9:45AM AEROBIC MIX 49 T, TH 6:40-7:40 PM Blue Riddle Elementary 8 Wks Dillow Dillow Dillow Dillow RECREATIONAL VOLLEYBALL 50 SUN 6:30-8:30PM Charles Town Jr 4/11 8 Wks $18"1 Single $30"/ (Husband & Wife Special) POWER VOLLEYBALL 51 T 6:00-9:00PM Shepherdstown Jr HS4/6 8 Wks $20'/Single $37"/(Husband & Wife Special) NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION! *Register with payment prior to first day of class. Hine EASY REGISTRATION *REGISTRATION WITH PAYMENT REQUIRED PRIOR TO FIRST DAY OF CLASS EXCEPT SOME FITNESS CLASSES. 1, NO PHONE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. 2. IN PERSON - Visit our office at 110 Mordington Avenue, Charles Town, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m Monday through Friday. 3. MAIL- Fill out the registration form and mall it with your check or money order to C,E, Jefferson County Schoola, P.O. Box 987, Charles Town, WV 25414. 4. CONFIRMATION- Unless you are notified to the contrary, assume your registration has been accepted and report to the first scheduled class. REFUND POLICY- NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE AFTER THE FIRST CLASS. Refunds less $5 administration fee will be issued if the request is made Drier to the day of the first class. A full refund will be given if a class is filled or if it is cancelled by Adult and Community Education. COURSE CANCELLATION POLICY- In the unlikely event your class is cancelled we will notify you by phone. You may transfer to another class or receive a full refund. C/asses wil be cancelled on days a regular school clay is cancelled. Local radio will carry information. pule I I NAME I I ADDRESS I I STATE I I DAY PHONE ZIP EVENING COURSE NO. TITLE COURSE NO. TITLE COURSE NO. TITLE I TOTAL ENCLOSED $ For additional information call Adult & Community Education at