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Standard Contemporary Frai11es,:ra !11 es ICIISC~ Ging[e V s~r clem D]~?!51 cSI~ /I(! V!;;oH <:h,'~ I)/H~JI~ ID IlIOS~ p/L,%CIT[)/IOI~S II~ II?0:4[ I}HLKCflI~II~'~ ~S Contact Lens Package i,vt m. B~I fV cm#,~ct ioliow-up & st,~,te~ kd )r send )x 1151, m ) 07978 ;rave er that ily tY Network ,Chief Executive Officer at Jefferson Memo- addressed the Jefferson Network recently to dis- of teamwork, particularly in healthcare. who became CEO at the hospital in January, is a an College of Healthcare Executives and of the College of Osteopathic Healthcare Executives. OVer 15 years of experience in his field. Network takes an innovative approach to sharing information by inviting speakers from the corn- to help identify problems. The group was formed two ago when local human service entities felt the need to within Jefferson County. Meetings are held the ~y of every month at the local hospital. are urged to invite those interested in an infor- to network with representatives from local ~. JM~ will provide a light lunch. For more in- contact Michele Ernst at 728-1716. in the photo, from left, at the Network meeting are of Community Ministries, Sherwood and Ernst. angels Identified by name in the , Who appear in the Book of Daniel. Bible are Michael and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, April 27, 2000 PRENATAL CLASSES ATJMH Jefferson Memorial Hospital re- cently announced the schedule for upcoming prenatal and parenting classes to be held beginning in May. All classes will be held from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in the hospital's first floor conference room. These classes, according to instructor Christy Hines, RN, and Laurie Smelter, ICCE, are intended for in- dividuals with expected delivery dates in June or July. May 1 - Class I (Prenatal Phase) This class deals with maternal changes in pregnancy, normal fetal development, nutrition and exer- cise, common discomforts and solu- tions, breathing/relaxation tech- niques. May 8 - Class II (Labor & Delivery) Topics of discussion include the stages of delivery, normal proce- dures, comfort measures and medi- cations. May 15 - Class III (Labor & Delivery, continued) This class will continue to cover Bank-issued, FDIC- insured to $100,000 3-year 6.80% Minimum APY* deposit $5,000 Annual Percentage Yield (APY)-4nterest cannot remain on deposit; periodic payout of interest is required. Effective 4/25100, Call or stop by today. Dan Burhans Investment Representive 113 W. Liberty St Suite 201 Charles Town, WV 25414 Bus 304--724-4168 Hm, 304-728-1086 www.edwardpnes.com the stages of labor, procedures, comfort measures and a tour of the OB unit. May 22 - Class IV Caesarean and VBAC This class deals with "when the unplanned happens." Topics also discussed will be :Caesarean birth and vaginal birth hfter Caesarean. June 5 - Class V Breastfeeding This class is open to anyone who wants to learn about breastfeeding their infant and is offered free to the public However, everyone must preregister. June 12 - Class VI Serving Individual Investors Since 187] II III IIII II DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN OF JEFFERSON COUNTY The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce and the Spirit of Jefferson Farmer's Advocate are soliciting nominees for this prestigious award. Nominations must be in the Chamber office by Monday, May 29. Winners will be determined by a select panel of judges and the award will be presented at the Chamber's Annual Awards Banquet on Wednesday, June 28 at the Clarion Hotel, Shepherdstown. Criteria: Citizen of the Year nominees can be anyone who resides in Jefferson County and they need not be Chamber members. The winner will be selected on the basis of his/her contribibution to Jefferson County, not in connection with their employment. Nominating Instructions: (I) Fill out all appropiate spaces on the form below; (2) Fax to (304) 728-8307 or mail to: Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. P.O. Box 426, Charles Town, WV25414 Pair of DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN OF THE YEAR IINEE,S NAME IlNEE,S ADDRESS gI SONS FOR NOMINATION: ;es ices ~arper w.V~ wket ,s, Hot much .L, etc. rR$ Space is rcc uircd, attached a leucv of no more than 150 words and mail or fax with the above form. 3 Postpartum and Newborn Care This class will include newborn appearance and tests, circumci- sion, postpartum self-care for morn, newborn care, and car seat safety. Mothers as well as fathers are encouraged to attend these classes. Anyone interested in attending Jefferson Memorial Hospital's pre- natal and parenting classes should call 728-1765 and leave a name, address and phone number to re- ceive registration information. There is a $25 fee for the program. 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