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a L J,~ Ju J.~J Wednesday, May 16, 2018 NEWS / BUSINESS and FARMER'S ADVOCATE 1 Manicures, pedicures and other treatments that deliver healthy, beautiful nails are a hallmark at Natalie's Nails in Ranson. The business - In a newly renovated space at 217 Oak Lee Drive - also offers patrons more than 1,000 shades of nail polish to choose from. In Ranson shopping center, Natalie's Nails shines as spot for manicures, pedicures, more By BONNIE WILLIAMSON Special to the Spirit Nails is the go-to place for anyone who wants to get pretty nails or indulge in a re- laxing pedicure or other pamper- ing The business at 217 Oak Lee Drive in Ran- son also offers a full range of waxing servic- es, a variety of artificial nail options and pedi- cures complete with hot stone foot massage, paraffin wax treatments for healthy, soft skin. Recently renovated and now owned by David Nguyen, the businessman who established Euro Nails in Martinsburg, Natalie's Nails has a team of 11 employees. "We have a unique environment and atmo- sphere and exceptional customer service," ex- plains Donna Duangdara, the marketing and customer service manager at Natalie's Nails. "We try our best to accommodate all of our customers." The experts at Natalie's also cater to clients who want microblading, the semi-permanent procedure that delivers enhanced but still nat- i ural-looking eyebrows. Pampering for patrons even extends to a complimentary drink of water, coffee or tea. Another popular offering is SNS dipping powder, Duangdara said. "SNS is a new way to get your nails done without the chemicals and odor," she says. "This product contains Vitamin E and Calcium that helps strengthen your nails for a more natural feel.' Natalie's Nails has all-new equipment, in- cluding 12 pedicure chairs and the salon's strict hygiene practices offer clients peace of mind, Duangdara said. The top-of-the-line treatment chairs have individually lined tubs for soaking clients' feet, Duangdara said, and after each proce- dure "all of our tools are thoroughly cleaned and put in individual sanitizing pouches." And the pampering at Natalie's Nails isn't reserved for grownups. Children 12 and younger can get a Kid's Special, which in- cludes a manicure and pedicure. For customers' convenience, they can send messages to Natalie's Nails or make an ap- pointment right from its Facebook page. Summer music classes to be: June 13 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherd University's Com- munity Music Program is of- feting summer early child- hood music classes on Wednesdays beginning June 13 in the Frank Center. Tu- ition for each class is $70. The classes, for children age 18 months to 7 years, are intended to help develop mu- sic, language, verbal devel- opment and spatial-temporal skills. The students will learn the rudiments of music such as rhythm, tempo and me- lodic movement by working with children's songs from around the world, stories and movement to music They will play rhythm and WA TOPLAY? Orff instruments during the moreaboutShep- lessons and explore sum- herd Umvers ty Com- mer sounds like bumble- munityMusic gram bees, frogs and birds. They will also sing echo songs and leam simple circle dances. fingSherrySykes The classes are set for June ssykes@Shepherd edu or 13, 20 and 27 and July 11 30 5876-524 ) and 18. One class, for chil- dren ages 3 to 5, is designed to prepare the child for later instrumental studies or voice lessons. The group will play wood, metal and shaker in- struments, sing songs and echo songs, develop their lis- tening skills, and more. g, leads, support Cell: 1-304-671-3183 peggy.burcker ghts Ba 's d ots CHARLES TOWN - The one-bank hold- ing company for Bank of Charles Town has unveiled a logo that spotlights the bank's founding back when Ulysses S. Grant was in the White House. Officials with Potomac Bancshares Inc. last week made public the logo featuring an artistic tree that represents the 38 farm- ers, orchardists and business leaders who founded the Bank of Charles Town on April 4, 1871, on the comer of West Washington and Lawrence streets. In a news release, bank officials say just 225 banks in the United States date back earlier than BCT. Today, BCT has more than $430 million in assets as well as sev- en offices and more than 100 employees in West Virginia, Virginia and Maryland. More information is available at The tree on the logo has five offshoots that represent the company's core values - THE COMMUNITY'S BANK BCT's colorful new logo highlights the bank's founding 147 years ago. integrity, teamwork, growth, customer com- mitment and community focus. BCT also is introducing a new tagline, "The Com- munity's Bank," to reflect the many facets of BCT including: "We are a bank for our friends, family and neighbors"; "Our ap- proach of 'If you have the ability to help your neighbor, you help your neighbor'"; "Care towards our customer's finances as if they are our own" and "Our belief that our communities are filled with possibility and we help it come to fruition." Jefferson County Property Transactions Gary Felix Smith to Gary$140,000.00 May 7-11, 2018 N. Smith; LT3, T/W 60-feet "lqe Run LLC to Nightingale nonexclusive EAS, CT 0.655 Maximillian Beauer to Angel Enterprises LLC; LT 37, SEC ACS; Charles Town Corporation; M. Clancy; LTS 12 and 12A, 16; Harpers Ferry District; $167,000.00 SEC 3; Charles Town District; $95,000.00 $210,000.00 Global Assets LLC to Brian K. Earl H. DeSimone to Brookfield Carter; LT B-31; Chades Town K. Hovnanian Homes at Shenan- Relocation Inc.; LT 428; Charles District; $157,900.00 doah Springs LLC to Robert Town District; $279,900.00 Steinheimer and Mary E. Stein- Pill & Pill PLLC Sub TR to homer; LT 7, BLK E; Ranson Brookfield Relocation Inc. to William R. Shiflett Jr. and Corporation; $323,299.00 Colby Shifflett and Jennifer Joshua S. Shiflett; LT 24, SEC Shifflett; LT 428; Charles Town A, PT II; Charles Town District; Troy A. Sirbaugh to Arturo Perez District; $279,900.00 $63,000.00 Campa; PCL CT 1.08 aCS, L/E PCL B, Triangular Portion; Middleway District; $190,000.00 Jerry A. Wagner to Harold Christian E. Asam and Kerry L. Staubs and Angela Staubs; LT Asam to John Anthony Barton 91, SEC D; Harpers Ferry Dis- and Christina Simmons Bar- trict; $4,013.00 ton; revised LT 8, CT 9.753 ACS; Shepherdstown District; Matthew P. Ridgeway to $800,000.00 Sloanaker's Customer Paving LLC; LT 2, T/W 50-foot ac- Shepherdstown East Develop- cess R/W; Middleway District; ment LLC to Carrie Singer; $90,000.00 LTS 9 and 10; Shepherdstown Corporation; $170,000.00 DRAcquisitions LLC to Dan Ryan Builders West Virginia Linda L. Grant to Robert J. LLC; LT 2, PH II and LTS 9 and Forthofer Jr.; LT 4; Shepherd- 142, PH II; Harpers Ferry Dis- stown District; $50,500.00 trict; $148,000.00 Tony M. Bamhouse Jr. and Shawn R. Bamhouse to Marshall Sashkin; PCL CT 0.281 AC; Bolivar Corporation; $187,500.00 Michael C. Moore and Susan M. Moore to Edward Mackeil and Judith Mackeil; LT 25, Sec- tion One; Kabletown District; $600,000.00 Shawn J. Peace to Mary E. Gies; Lm 139, PH 3; Charles Town Corporation; $327,000.00 Sarah M. Bonacorda and Frank Charles C. Jewell Jr. and Nancy T. Bonacorda to Joshua Mat- Michael L. Scales Bonded L. Jewell to Clifton Dwayne thew Lemessurier and Kathleen Special Commissioner to Hamill Jewell; LT E-20; Charles Town Marie Lemessurier; LT 19,Blvd. West Virginia Real Estate District; $140,000.00 PH I' Charles Town District; LLC; LT 22, CT 2.135ACS; Ran- $179,900.00 son Corporation; $151~,000.00 Flowing Acres LLC to TracyGlenn Lehman II to D~vid E. Jarrett Dove; PCL CT 10.01 Schebele and Susan E. Schne- ACS, south side Flowing Springs bele; LT 4, CT 1.0 AC; Harpers Road; Charles Town Distdct; Ferry District; $259,000.00 Eric S. Helm to John W. May; LT 6 and the Southerbnmost 1.5- feet of LT 7, CT 0.24 AC; Charles Town Corporation'; $229,000.00 Sponsored by: REALTY recognized by Eastern Panhandle Board of Reators Uz McDonald How can our award winning beam help you wibh selling, bulling, or propert l managemenb'? Visib us online ab BlackweiFlea or give us a call! ephanie Shupe Melissa Francis 1 t 3 W. Washington St. Charles Town, WV 25414 304.885.0772 Liz McDonald, Broker 24 N. King St. 31 S, BraddOck St. #206 Leesburg, VA 20176 Winchester, VA ~2601 703.665.7099 540.931.9366 Patrick Blood, Broker Trash service in City limits is mandatory. Trash shall not be set out more than twenty-four hours prior to 6:00 a.m. on the day of collection. No garbage, waste or containers for such trash shall be allowed to remain more than twenty-four hours after such collection has been made. Burning trash in the City is not permitted. Phone: 304-725-2311 101 E. Washington St./P0 Box 14 Charles Town, WV 25414-0014 IIII : -