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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, April 14, 2005 23 Diane Dailey and Henry Kayes will co-chair the 2005 Gateway Golf Classic in June. Gateway Golf Classic Set June 6 At Woods Resort Course Jefferson blealthcare )n Park Swim Team swimmers season on Thurs- 28, from 5:30 to 7 ~fferson High School ample team swimsuits available to try on and be aged 5-18. Five olds must be able length of the pool old- able to stroke two team is coached by with almost ~am prac- on Monday, June 6 at the end through Friday groups. JPST is part Swim League four other teams Hagerstown There are one division and one all-star swimmers swim at ~.eet. " to join is $45 plus cap and gog- physical exam can practice. Free are scheduled is a mandato- and one parent Work at each dual is a parent-run not affiliated with Parks and information, t76-3511 or Patti at ip Week Contest Con- would like to participate in Week. This is a event April 24 to Conservation remind everyone in be- of the land, and all natu- that will improve ~f life for all. Dur- many conservation in which activities is a in which youth artistic skills to 28" poster based theme: Any through can participate in with awards $15 to $50 on the District lev- are due to the Conserva- at 151 Aikens l, Martinsburg, 10. informa- Panhandle District in Mar- 263-4376 website at Worn- will meet Friday, I0 P.m. at Trin- President report on the Convention attended March 18- The Jefferson Healthcare Foundation will hold their 4th annual Golf Tournament on Friday, May 13, at Locust Hill Golf Course. The hole-in-one prize will be a Chrysler 300 donated by Thomassen's Ford Mercury Chrysler in Charles Town. Pictured is Bill Thomassen with golf committee members Bill Chesley, John'~Sella, and Todd Smoot. For more information on the upcoming tourr~ament, contact the Community Relations & Development Office at 728-2226. JHS Students Compete in Regional Fair Jefferson High school sent 22 students to compete in the 2005 Eastern Panhandle Regional High School Science Fair held at Potomac State College on March 15. They competed against students from Berkeley, Morgan, I~ampshire, Hardy, and Mineral coun- ties. The following students received recognition for their outstanding research in science: Behavioral & Social Sciences: Honorable Mention-Rebecca Dole and Sofia Khan, Second Place- Nichole Lidstrom; Biochemistry: First Place-Paul Espinosa, Jr.; Botany: Honorable Mention-Mor- gan Wisniewski; Chemistry: Honorable Mention-Emma Yohn, Third Place-Erin McVicar; Computer Science: Second Place-Aleksey Kovtun; Earth & Space Science: Third Place-Alison Hornbeck, Sec- ond Place--Andrew Orsie; Medicine & Health: Second Place-Andrew Hummer; Microbiology: Third Place-Hannah Nickerson; Physics: Honorable Mention-Anna Lloyd; Zoology: Third Place-Tiffany Banks; Environmental Sciences-Third Place-Teresa Marmorella. The following students received a special award from the CIA and are invited to attend a special tour of the CIA facilities: Rebec- ca Doyle, Sofia Khan, Nichole Lidstrom, Aleksey Kovtun, Andrew Hammond and Anna Lloyd. Other special awards were received by Anna Lloyd (Eastman Kodak Award-Best Use of Photography); Paul Espinosa, Jr. (U.S. Air Force Award); and Nichole Lidstrom (American Psychological Association). Those Students placing first, second and third in their respec- tive categories were eligible to compete in the WV State Science and Enginnering Fair held at Marshall University at the end of March. Senior Supper Jefferson Memorial Hospital will host the monthly Senior Sup- per Club dinner on Wednesday, April 20, at 5 p.m. in the hospital's first floor conference room. The monthly event includes a dinner and health speaker. This month's speakers will be an organ trans- plant recipient and a representative from Lifenet. The organ re- ceipt will share the story of their organ transplant. In addition, there will be a discussion about the importance of advance direc- tives. Advance Directives are documents which state your choic- es about medical treatment or name someone to make decisions about your medical treatment, if you are unable to make these decisions or choices yourself. They are called "advance directives" because they are signed in advance to let your doctor and other health care providers know your wishes concerning medical treat- ment. Advance Directives are legal documents that need to be no- tarized. West Virginia law recogninzes two types of advance direc- tives. Living Will: A living will is a document that tells your doctor or other health care providers whether or not you want life-prolong- ing treatments or procedures administered, to you if you are in ter- minal conditions or a persistent vegetative state. It is called a "liv- ing will" because it takes effect while you are still living. Medical Power of Attorney: A medical power of attorney is a le- gal document which allows you to appoint another person to-make medical decisions for you if you should become temporarily or per- manently unable to make those decisions for yourself. A living will and a medical power of attorney can be prepared in a combined advanced directive. The cost for the dinner is $6. For more information or to regis- ter, please call the Community Relations & Development Office at 728-2226. Pack Horse Chapter Sponsoring Trip The Pack Horse Ford Chapter, NSDAR, is sponsoring a trip to Annapolis, Md on Wednesday, May 18. The bus will leave the Shepherstown ~'~ire Hall at 7:30 a.m. and return approximately 5:30.p.m. The agenda for the day includes a visit to the Maryland State House-the oldest State Capitol in cozitinuous use; a one-hour trol- ley tour through old Annapolis with a guide that will talk about local history, etc,; a tour of the Paca House and Gardens which is a Georgian home built in 1.763 by William Paca who was governor and a signer of the Declaration of Independende for Maryland; and lunch will be at the Phillips Annapolis Harbor Restaurant. Cost of the trip is $75. This includes transportation, admissions, trolley tour, lunch, gratuities, and tax. For further information or a reservation, call Dorrene Hale, 725- 6140 or Betty Lowe, 876-6439. Goose Route Dance Goose Route Dance Theatre (GRDT), a contemporary dance and performance group based in Shepherdstown and headed by Kitty Clark, presents "Look Up/Look Around," a concert of new and recent choreography the weekend of April 9 and 10. GRDT is pleased that local dancer and choreographer Cynthia McLaugh- lin will appear as a guest artist on the program. The performance takes place on the second floor of the War Memorial Building, which is beautifully transformed into an intimate theater setting. The War Memorial Building is located at 102 East German Street, Shepherdstown. The Saturday, April 9 show is at 8 p.m.; the Sun- day, April 10 show is a 4 p.m. matinee. Admission is $10; $8 for students/seniors; $3 for children 12 and under. For information and reservations, call 725-7621. Financtal Aid/CTC Shepherd Application Workshop Need assistance for completing an apPlication for Financial Aid or to the CTC Shepherd? Get help with these applications and any questions you may have concerning two-year degrees. Please bring your 200,4 taxes with you to apply for financial aid. Tuition is free. The class will meet on Tuesday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for one night only. For class location, information or registration, please call Jef- ferson County Schools Adult and, Community Education at 728- 9224. Henry Kayes of Centra Bank and Diane Dailey of W. Harley Miller Contractors have been named co-chairs of the 2005 Gate- way Golf Classic. The 18th annual golf classic will be held on Monday, June 6th at The Woods Resort, with morning and after- noon tee times available. As in the past, money raised from the golf fundraiser will be used to purchase patient care equipment for City Hospital This year's goal has been set at $65,000 and, as is tradition, the win- ning team will decide how the money is spent. According to Kayes, nearly $600,000 has been raised to date in support of City Hospital as a result of the annual Gateway Golf Classic. Hospital managers have already submitted a list of equip- ment needs to be considered for purchase from this year's golf fundraiser. Last year's proceeds were used to purchase equipment for the hospital's laboratory. Sponsorship and golfer information for the 2005 Gateway Golf Classic was recently released, and committee members are now recruiting sponsors and participants. Sponsorship levels include the $5000 Presenting, $2500 Underwriting, $1000 Sponsor, $500 Patron and $200 Golfer. An awards dinner to recognize the spon- sors and highlight golf day events will be held at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg followir~g afternoon play. For more information on the 2005 Gateway Golf Classic, con- tact the City Hospital Foundation at 264-1223. The City Hospital Foundation is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, tax exempt organization that depends on the generosity of individuals, families and cor- porations in support of City Hospital. A portion of all golf classic sponsorships are tax .deductible. The 15th annual Camp Catch Your Breath will be held August 1-5 at Jackson's Mill in Weston. The camp which is designed for children ages 7 to 13 provides a fun and educational experience for children who might not otherwise get to go to camp. "Jefferson Memorial Hospital and the Jefferson County Tuberculosis Foundation are proud to be able to support the Camp Catch Your Breath again this year," said Stephanie Dinant, Director of Cardiopulmonary and Neurodiagnostic Services. "We believe it is important to provide educa- tion and support to children who have asthma. The more an individual can learn about his or her condition, the better prepared they are to make decisions that will have a positive impact on their health." During the sessions, the children will learn by sharing their experiences, how to make decisions about their condition and express their feelings about having asthma. In addition to the education- al component, children will participate in games, sports, swimming and crafts. Campers will be supervised by staff from participating hospitals. A physician will be present at all times and emer- gency medical support will be readily available. The camp is for children with asthma, ages 7 to 13. Permission from your family physician is re- quired. The application fee is $60 per child (if your child is not selected for the program, your ap- plication fee will be refunded). A limited number of scholarships are available. The deadline for ap- plication is July 14. Attendance is limited to 70 children. For more information or an application, contact Stephanie Dinant at ~728-1~16. Call this Newspaper and ask for the advertising department or call 1-800-235-6881 for more information.