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PAGE B8 Wednesda), April 18, 2018 BUSINESS SPIRI I ol JLI ERSON I," and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Four BCT Bank of Charles Town workers, Clara Carroll (from left), Misty Harder, Steven Shaffer and Betsy Smith recently were honored for "exceptional performance." CHARLES TOWN - Four . cer. He had served as presi- the President's Award. BCT Bank of Charles Town dent, CEO and a member of Betsy Smith, BCT's call staff members have been se- the board of directors for the center/deposit operations rep- lected for recognition by their Bank of Charles Town and resentative, with the Monster peers for their exceptional Potomac Bancshares from Service Award, presented "for performance. January 2001 until his death, consistently executing BCT's The company recently heldThe award honoring Bar- nine principles of exceptional its third-annual award cer- onner goes to "the individu- customer service"; and emony at the Hilton Garden al that most people think of Misty Harder, avicepres- Inn in Martinsburg, wherewhen they think of BCT." dent and procedure adminis- the honorees were: Carroll also accepted thetrator, with the Unsung Hero Clara Carroll, whose ti- President's Award for encom- Award "for going the extra ties include executive admin- passing BCT's core values of mile on behalf of BCT." istrative assistant, with the integrity, teamwork, growth, Bank of Charles Town, a Robert F. Baronner Jr. Spirit customer commitment and wholly owned subsidiary of Award. community focus. Potomac Bancshares Inc is a The Charles Town commu- Steven Shaffer, the as-community bank with seven nity leader known as "Bob" sistant vice president for cash offices-in the Eastern Panhan- dled in early 2017 at age 58 management and business die, Washington County, Md after a long battle with can- consultant, also was given and Loudoun County, Va. Know the laws on home ownership, Medicaid "I know I will lose my house if I go into a nurs- ing home on Medicaid" is something many be- lieve will happen. Planning ahead can help avoid that result while also assuring that you receive the nursing home care that you need. While long-term care Medic- aid is a complex area of the law, it is also an im- p0rtant source of benefits for a large number of older West Virginians. There is one simple option, available since 2014, which can make a big difference. Consult with an attorney about preparing a trans- fer on death deed to avoid probate of the proper- ty. The deed doesn't change anything about your current ownership but does list the after-death re- cipients. The transfer on death wording allows the property to pass to heirs, not be in your probate estate, and not be subject to Medicaid estate re- covery. Medicaid coverage for nursing home care is a complex area of the law, and reaching out to learn more is important. Get the help you need from a West Virginia Se- nior Legal Aid lawyer at 800-229-5068. If you are a West Virginia resident at least 60 years old, you can call with questions about your house and Medicaid eligibility or other legal concerns. Senior Legal Aid respects the autonomy of in- dividuals, so the senior must call for himself or herself. For those who plan ahead, there are good choices on how to accomplish their goals for the future. - West Virginia Senior Legal Aid Mary Ellen Mahoney Mahoney again wins real estate agent honor CHARLES TOWN - Mary El- len Mahoney is in the spotlight again, named the top agent in the Long & Foster real estate office in Charles Town. Mahoney finished the month No. 1 in both the number of sales and in volume. Mahoney, whose slogan is "Making my Client's No. 1 Goal, My No. 1 Goal," has worked in West Virginia as a full-time Realtor for more than a quarter-century. According to Mahoney, her list- ings sell quickly, so she's seek- ing new ones. Past clients have offered many accolades for her professional expertise, she notes. To connect with Mahoney, call her at 304-724-0711 or go online to / Jefferson County Property April 9-13, 2018 Transactions Christopher N. Will as to Dillon M. Crossley; LTS 10 and 11, SEC 1A; Kabletown District; $221,000.00 District; $149,900.00 S. Di Lima; LT 188, BLK D, PH II-A; Ranson Corporation; Shenandoah Springs LLC to K. $206,500.00 Robert E. Bird Jr. and Paulette Hovnanian Homes at Shenan- S. Bird to Roger W. Campbell doah Springs LLC; LTS 10, 11, Susan K. Wheeler FKAto and Sarah M. Campbell; LT 12, 13, BLK D and LTS 4, 5, 11, Susan K. Collins to Reynaldo 66, SEC IV, CT 46,575 SQ 16, 17, 19, 30, 21, 22 and 23, E. Garza III and Erika A. FT; Charles Town District; BLK E; Ranson Corporation; Garza; LT 252, PH 2B, SEC $474,900.00 784,000.00 1B; Charles Town Corporation; $302,450.00 C K Properties LLC to Lutman Properties LLC to LT 8, BLK 132, T/W 6-foot strip of land northeastern P/O LT 7; Ranson Corporation; $45,000.00 W.B. Partnership to Harry J. McMahon Jr. and Linda F. Mc- Mahon; LT 75, SEC II; Charles Town District; 69,000.00 Kristopher Eugene Robinson, Jess ca Danielle Robinson FKA, and Jess ca Danielle Sill to Adam D. Taylor and Maria Taylor; Turner TO Off Parcel, fronting 75-feet South Semi- nary St.; Charles Town Corpo- ration; $270,000.00 Lutman Properties LLC to Drew Holdings LLC; LT 8, BLK 132, TAN 6-foot strip of land northeastern P/O LT 7; Ranson Corporation; $55,000.00 Charles Abell to Joshua M.Shepherdstown East Develop- Carr; LT A-7; Shepherdstown ment LLC to Harlan Eugene JAZ Properties LLC to Rosalie District; $189,900.000 Bayer; LT 11; Shepherdstown P. Bares; LT 15, PH 2; Shep- Corporation; $75,000.00 herdstown District; $195,000.00 Douglas E. Copenhaver Jr. and John K. Taylor to Potomac R & D Investments LLC to Julie Ridge 1 LLC; LT 1, CT 4.4326 Anne Duncan and Kent AIlen ACS, T/W 40-foot access Carter; PCL CT 1.98 ACS, T/W EAS; Shepherdstown District; 30-foot ACC EAS; Charles $70,000.00 Town District; $187,500.00 Variety Properties LLC to Ann Baronner; LT 1, BLK 2; Shep- herdstown District; $220,000.00 David J. Ely and Jess ca Ely to Christopher D. Bruce; LT 11, Ronald L. Gallagher and Robin Top Dollar Investments LLC to SEC I; Harpers Ferry District; L. Gallagher to Matthew Minch Kimberly Anne Eaton; PCL CT $259,900.00 and Miranda Minch; LT 300, 1/4 AC; Charles Town Corpora- PH VI-A; Ranson Corporation; tion; $225,000.00 Jonathan E. Greene and $183,000.00 Tawny G. Greene to John Matthew D. Salyards and Papaleo and Brittany Papaleo; Daniel X. O'Neill and JeniferA. Chey-Anne Salyards to James LTS 180, 182, 189 and 190, O'Neal to Jill M. Kujawa; LT 91, Daniel Law and Brooke Law;SEC 3; Harpers Ferry District; BLK C, PH I; Ranson Corpora- LT 199, BLK E, PH II-A; Ran- $256,000.00 tion; 289,900.00 son Corporation; $199,900.00 Constance C. Ballou to Keith Matthew Lowers TR, Angela R & D Investments LLC to Joseph Kavanaugh Jr.; LT 3; Lowers TR, Lowers Living Trust Joann M. Rosenmund; LT Charles Town Corporation; and Franklin Harlow to Anthony D-32, SEC D; Charles Town $160,000.00 Sponsored by: REALTY ~iiiiii i~i;: i i~i!i iii;iiiii;i iiiii~iiii~;iiil;ii!iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!~ii!iiiiiii i i iii i iiiiZ 7:30 EM. SATURDAY, MAY 5 in the upstairs auditorium at Charles Washington Hall at the corner of Washington and George streets 2 P.M. SUNDAY, MAY 6 at historic Happy Retreat, the home of Charles Town founder Charles Washington Secure tickets at The Charles Washington Chamber Music Society will hold its second concert series May 5 and 6, with a program featuring music by classical and contemporary composers including Bach, Debussy, Villa-Lobos, Berio, Rak and Duchiffre. Three of the outstanding musicians who performed at the first concert series in February will return - internationally recognized flutist Angela Collier-Reynolds; Rene Schiffer, princ!pal cellist of Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra who has performed throughout the world; and Stanley Yates, one of the leading 20th century exponents of music for the guitar. ill [ ~" A ~:~:'~ i! i i i m = Tickets for the Saturday performance : =i: cost $20 general admission (or just THE CHARLES WASHINGTON $10 for students, teachers, seniors and | active duty military) while tickets for Sunday's performance are $50 Presented by WVU Medicine and American Public University APRIL 27,28 29 MAY MUSICAL DRAMA I PG13 Stephanie has added National Association of Relators Military Relocation Professional Certification to her credentials? ~hanie Shupe Realtor, WV Military Relocation Professional For more aboub Sbephanie and bhe Blackwell Realbg Advanbage, see 24 N. King Street Leesburg, VA 20176 Office: 703.665.7099 Patrick Blood, Broker o*m*~u r* P, EALTO~" 113 W. Washington Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Office: 304.885.0772 Liz McDonald, Broker g, leads, support In a Berlin nightclub, as the 1920s draw to a close, a garish Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience and assures them they will forget all their troubles at the Cabaret. With the emcee's bawdy songs as wry commentary, Cabaret explores the dark, heady, and tumultuous life of Berlin's natives and expatriates as Germany slowly yields to the emerging Third Reich. The 1966 Broadway production became a hit, inspiring numerous subsequent productions. : :~:: Get -: our weekly in your mailbox! : Call our office at 304-725-2046, ft4 ext. 221 *in West Virginia; $38 for out-of-state Realtor, ABR, CRS Cell: 1-304-671-3183 M. Margie Bartles, Broker me a coil i A Community Thrift Store 115 N. Charles St Charles Town (304) 725-6605 Operated by dedicated volunteers: all proceeds are used to enhance programming and maintain Charles Town's historic Old Opera House. I pm t I S22 Adults $22 Adults & Students (18-25): S19 The Old Opera House 204 N. George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 (304) 725-4420 qlm