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] PAGE A8 I pirit of JEFFERSON andFARMER&apos;SADVOCATE [ Wednesdoy, Moy 21, 2014 I NEWS i Community TODAY 121 Football boosters: Jefferson High's Football Spirit Night hap- pens at Glory Days. Go to jeffer- sonfootball.com or email jhs- footballboosters @ gmail.com" jhsfootballboosters@gmail.com to learn more. THURSDAY 1 22 Community conversa- tion: Jefferson County Schools' "Building Community Bridges," the effort to improving racial re- lations throughout the local com- munity that kicked off in March, meets again at 6 p.m. at the school board office at 110 Mord- ington Ave. in Charles Town. Another session is set for 6 p.m. June 5, also at the school board office. The sessions last an hour and participants are invited to bring along dinner or a snack. To learn more, contact Arthe- na Sewell Roper, the school sys- tem's Cultural Diversity Facili- tator, at 304-728-9240 or arop- er@access.kl2.wv.us. FRIDAY 1 23 Golf fundraiser: The Rotary Club of Charles Town's 15th-an- nual J.B. Smith Memorial Golf Tournament happens at Sleepy Hollow Country Club and the Locust Hill Golf Course. A post- tournament reception will be at The Anvil restaurant in Harpers Ferry. Over the years, $375,000 in pro- ceeds from the tournament has bolstered the Eastern Panhandle Free Clinic, high school baseball in Jefferson County, the walk- ing trail at Jefferson Memorial Park and other efforts. To secure a spot in ttie tournament, find the entry form at jbsmithmemorial. com/2014signupsheet .html or call 304-535-2582. SATURDAY 1 24 Self-defense workshop: NRA-certified instructor Steph- anie will lead her co-ed "Refuse To Be A Victim" crime preven- tion/personal safety seminar in Summit Point. The $50 course, happening from noon to 4 p.m. at South Jefferson Public Li- brary at 49 Church St., is appro- priate for anyone from teens and older. The class covers the psychol- ogy of criminal predators, secu- rity at home, in the car Fand dur- ing out-of-town travel, and much more. To get more information or to sign up, contact DiGenna- ro of Responsibly Armed Wom- en (rawtraining@comcast.net or 304-671-1615) or go online to responsiblyarmedwomen.com. Fundraiser dinner: Middle- way Volunteer Fire Co. No. 6 hosts a fundraiser dinner starting Calendar at 4 p.m. with roast beef sand- wich or hamburger with mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes, baked beans, mixed vegetables, dessert, drink and coffee for $8 for adults, $6 for kids. The eve- ning includes a free ice cream social and the "You Pick It" bo- nanza with drawings every 15 v minutes. The fire hall is located one mile south of Middleway on Leetown Road. For more infor- mation, call the fire company at 304-725 -0006. Violence awareness: The Rev. Bruce Langwiser, chairman of Faith Communities in Ac- tion's Domestic Violence Pre- vention Committee in Fairfax, Va., is the guest speaker at a free special program in Halltown. Put on by Voices Against Do- mestic Violence, the "Lunch and Learn" orientation to domes- tic violence awareness begins at 11 a.m. at Victory Freewill Bap- tist Church at 76 Amanda Court. Anyone may attend but pre-reg- istration is required by calling Pat Greenley 304-839-9649 or at VoicesAgainstDomesticVio: lence.org. Farm market: Jamie Grego- ry is the musical guest this week as Charles Town Farmers Mar- ket unfolds on the 100 block of South Samuel Street from 8 a.m. until noon. For information on vendors and other details, find Charles Town Farmers Market on Facebook. City pool: You can get into the swim of things at the Jeffer- son Memorial Park Pool this Me- modal Day weekend. The pool at 801 S. Mildred St. in Charles Town opens for the season at 1 p.m. Saturday and will be open Sunday and Monday afternoons as well and then only on week- ends until the 2013-14 school year ends June 12. For details, call 304-725-8313. SUNDAY 1 25 Agriculture + church: Charles Town's Zion Episcopal Church hosts special services at 8 and 10:30 a.m. with the fo- cus of "Jubilant Fields: Preserv- ing Farmland for Future Genera- tion." The later service will in- Clude a "blessing of the tractors" and a petting zoo for children. Members of the Jefferson Coun- ty Farmland Protection Board will be the morning's special guests. Farm market: The Shepherd- stown Farmers Market behind Shepherdstown Public Library happens from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. MONDAY 1 26 Memorial Day: Government offices (and the Spirit of Jeffer- son's office) will be closed for THE STAN AND CLAIRE WEBSTER AIJOTION CONSIGNMENT AUCTIt IN 331 New Meadow Drive, Kearneysville, West Virginia SATURDAY MAY 24 9:00 AM ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES EARLY RESTORED FARM WAGON SHOP EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS LAWN AND GARDEN DODGE VAN AND MUCH MORE See last week's Spirit for the detailed ad and directions or view at CochranAuctions,com MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014 AT 9:00 AM AUCTION will be June 6th at 7 pm at Evitts Run Park with the band Cazhmiere. Tours of the Jefferson County Courthouse led by Rangers from the National Park Service, beginning Memorial Day weekend, Daily tours June 1 - August 17, then weekend only tours August 23 - November 2, 11 a.m, and I p.m. Charles Town is happy to welcome DAVE MILLS as our new City Manager! Phone: 304-725-2311 101 E. Washington St./PO Box 14 Charles Town, WV 25414-0014 www.charlestownwv.us Dog day Dogs will have their day June 7 as the Animal Welfare Society of Jefferson County holds its 8th-annual Bark in the Park fundraiser June 7 at Jefferson Memorial Park in Charles Town. Special events on the lineup includes a Blessing of the Animals ceremony and a va- riety of vendors including Big Daddy's BBQ. Also planned: a walk-a-thon and contests, demonstrations and games for dogs and their owners. Pets also can get a free portrait tak- en by Barbara Keech of Keech Photography. Signups begin at 9:30 a.m., and those taking part as asked to make a donation of $10 per dog to benefit the no-kill shelter. For details, go to awsjc.org or call 304-725-5972. the holiday. TUESDAYI 27 Shepherdstown alums: It's the deadline to sign up for the June 7 banquet and business meeting of the Shepherdstown High School Alumni Associa- tion. To sign up, contact Wayne Goodrich (304-876-2797 or dm- bertazzoni@comcast.net). LOOKING AHEAD I MAY 28 and beyond Job fair: Broken Mobile, the mobile device solutions com- pany founded in Manassas, Va., in 2012 that recently relocated its headquarters to Burr Plaza in Keameysville, holds a job fair next week. The May 28 fair happens from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3 p.m. May 29 at Broken Mo- bile headquarters atl50 E. Burr Blvd. The company is hiring work- ers to handle technical repair services, marketing, human re- sources, sales, finance, invento- ry, quality control, accounts re- ceivable and other tasks. Those interested are asked to sign up at hiring@broken-mobile .com. Bicycling fundraiser: A pok- er run by bike? The Panhandle Pedalers, a local group of cy- cling enthusiasts, hosts a unique fundraiser for Meals On Wheels of Jefferson County on May 31. Cyclists travel along the Route 9 bike path and roads in Bardane, Leetown and Shepherdstown, drawing a playing card at each card station. Those with the best hands at the end of the ride win cash prizes. Registration costs $20. Learn more or sign up at panhandlepedalers or call orga- nizer Josh Hughes at 301-788- 3072. Car wash-meal fundraiser: Harpers Ferry's Chestnut Hill United Methodist Church on June 7 hosts a car wash from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event also will include a bake sale (cakes, cook- ies, fruit pies, bread and candy), breakfast starting at 8 a.m. (egg sandwiches with sausage or ba- con, plate breakfasts, drinks) and lunch starting at 11 a.m. (burg- ers, hot dogs, sloppy joes, coun- try ham, cole slaw, potato salad and more). The church is at 1497 Hos- tler Road, at the intersection of Hostler and Chestnut Hill roads. For details, call 304-876-6992 or 304-725-4157. Church birthday celebra- tion: Charles Town's Asbury United Methodist Church is College or retirement? Find out how to afford both. Member SIPC www.edwardlones.com John E Williams Financial Advisor 120a W Washington St Charles Town, WV 25414 304-724-4168 EdwardJoned MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING The Sheriff of Jefferson County wiU be auctioning the following seized/forfeited property on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at 9:30 am with gates opening at 8:30 a.m. at the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office located at 102 Industrial Blvd, Keameysvflle, WV 25430: 2004 Ford 1250 2003 lnfinifi (;35 2000 Mercedes Ben7 CLK 430 2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1996 Dodge Van 2500 1995 Ford Explorer XLT 1994 Ford 1250 1992 Ford F150 viking PopUp Camper Sunline Coach Camper XD Springfield 9mm Sub Compact handgun Kayak And the following County property: 2005 Ford Crown Victoria 2002 Ford Explorer 1997 Ford F250 White GMC Canyon 6' Truck bed The vehicles will be sold as is. All sales are final. Preferred payment is in the form of cash (exact change) or certified funds. Personal checks will be accepted; however titles will be hdd until checks cleared. All vehicles must be paid for and removed from the property by dose 0fbusiness Monday, June 2, 2014. The Sheriff reserves the right to remove items from the sale bill without prior notice. marking its birthday with a spe- cial Pentecost service at 10 a.m. June 8 at the church at 110 W. North St. A fellowship reception at Asbury Center follows the ser- vice. Learn more by calling 304- 725-5513 or going to myasbury- church.org. Asbury also has an- nounced plans for its 2014 Vaca- tion Bible School program. Sign- up begins at 5:30 p.m. July 21. Church yard sale: The pub- lic can rent space for the June 13 and 14 yard sale at Charles Town's Asbury United Meth- odist Church at the church at 110 W. North St. The cost for a space is $15 for one day or $25 for both. Learn more by calling 304-725-5513 or going to myas- burychurch.org. The church's proceeds from the yard sale go to ministries of the church. History event: What was playtime like in the 1700s? The Peter Burr House's Second Sat- urday event for June is "Stories and Games" with demonstrations Of Colonial-era children's games as well as the chance to try them out. Also planned: Light refresh- ments and listening to volunteers read children's classics from the period. The event happens from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 14 at the Peter Burr House at 176 East Burr Blvd. in Kearneysville. To learn more, email peterbur- rhouse 1751 @gmail.com. 1949 reunion: Charles Town High School Class of 1949 will celebrate its 65th class reunion < 4( g 1{ z < 4( g g < 4( g < 4( r- < i _o 4( z 4( g June 20 with dinner at Paul's at Oakland, the restaurant in the church at Oakland United Meth- odist Church in Charles Town. Learn more or reserve a spot by calling D.A. Myers at 304-725- 3255. Shorebirds trip: The Poto- mac Valley Audubon Society is encouraging experienced bird- ers to sign up now for a natural history workshop on shorebirds to be held July 30 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown with a weekend field trip to Delaware to follow. For details, call 304-261-5602 or email wvbirder@ comcast.net. Volunteers needed: Meals On Wheels of Jefferson Coun- ty is seeking donations as well as volunteers to deliver meals. For more information, call 304- 725-1601 or email mealson- wheelsjc @ frontier.com. Contri- butions may be mailed to Meals On Wheels of Jefferson Coun- ty, P.O. Box 565, Charles Town 25414. Low-cost vet help: Learn more about Spay Today's re- duced-cost spay and neuter pro- gram at baacs.org or by calling 304-728-8330. Book Club: Anyone is wel- come to join the Charles Town Library Book Club, which meets monthly at 200 E. Washington St. For more information, call the library at 304-725-2208. Square dancing: Carl Odell works with beginners interest- ed in learning to square dance in Charles Town. The lessons are a fun way to get aerobic exercise with help from friendly, experi- enced dancers. To learn more, call 304-724-9955 or email car- lodell@aol.com. 2015 dog calendar: Barba- ra Keech of Keech Photogra- phy is offering free, in-home photo sessions for any Jeffer- son County dog owners to get images for a 2015 Jefferson County Canine Calendar that will benefit the Animal Welfare Society of Jefferson County. To schedule a portrait session, call at 304-582-1953. Relay for Life: As Relay for Life of Jefferson County leaders prepare for the June 21 event at Charles Town Middle School, they invite anyone interested to join the effort. For details, call Chanti Dav- enpo.rt at 304-279-5706. Homebuyer education: The Partnership for Affordable Hous- ing sponsors a homebuyer edu- cation class the third Saturday of each month. To sign up for this week's class, call 304-725-6189. One-on-one homebuyer credit counseling, Spanish translation and other help also is available. To learn more, go to pahwv.org. Send your news: Have an item for next week's Community Calendar? The newspaper of- fers this space for free as a ser- vice to our readers. Send sub- missions to christine@spiritofj- efferson.com by 2 p.m. Monday. AUCTION "k AUCTION "k AUCTION "k AUCTION #r AUCTION We will offer for sale the following farm tractors, farm equipment, tools, coins and household items located 7 miles South of Martinsburg, WV -OR- 14 miles North of Winchester, VA off 181, Take Exit #5 (Inwood) Route 51 East approxi- mately 3 miles turn right at Shutt's Cash Grocery - .2 of a mile to sale on TRACTORS, MOWERS AND FARM EQUIPMENT:. Approximately 15 lxacfors and 200 pieces of farm equipment including 2004 Kubuta tractor, Case 480 backhoe, diesel; Farrnall H; 2 Massie Fergusen 135, gas, power steenng; Fords; Massie Fergusens; Kubotas; intemalioeals; Cube; Craftsman zero turn 15.5 hp mower;, Trey Built walk behind mower; Cub Cadet walk behind mower;, Gravely with cycle bar front mower, 21 hp Bolens mower with 46" cut;, Power Craft 18 hp mower with 46,' cut; Wheel Horse 100 mower and blade; Scag 11ger Club zero turn 27 hp mower;, 3 pL discs; pull type discs; post hole dig- gers; 2 and 3 bottom plows; New Holland hay rake; Infomalional loader for a 460 tractor;, 501 Ford mower;, Rally rear line tiller;, Club Car goff cart, 36 volt with charger, new batteries; a large seleclion of Ford, Massie Ferguson, John Deere and other tractor pads; and other tractors, mowers and equipment toe numerous to list. TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD, MISCEU.ANEOUS: Trailblazer 251 8000 watt generator welder Onan engine 20; Craftsman air compressor;, Goedall portable jumper 8 hp. engine; wooden Anchor brand washing machine; 2 Maytag washing ma- chine engines; air grease gun; welder tanks; battery charger;, Honda generator on wheels, gas; tent; large selection of shop tools; kitchen table and 6 chairs; old coffee gdnder; oak sideboard with beveled mirror, old kitchen cabinet; wash stand; 2 oak dressers with beveled mirrors; appreximately 200 box lots stored for over 46 years; and other articles too numerous to list. COINS: 127 lots of coins from one collection including 20 Morgan Silver dollars, earliest date 1878, latest date 1921, including a 1882 Carson City B UNC, and a 1892-0 B UNC; eleven Peace Silver Dollars including a 1934 B UNC; 31 Mint sets from 1970 through 1999; 38 Proof sets from 1970 through 1999, including a 1981-S with Clear 'S' on all coins; some Commemorative coins; 14 Amedcan Silver Eagle Proof Dollars from 1986 through 1999; Walk- ing Liberty Haft Dollars; 33 Franklin Half Dollars, from 1948 through 1963; Complete framed set of Roosevelt silver dimes 1946 through 1964 UNC; Buffalo nickels; silver halves; silver quarters; silver dimes; Wartime nickels; Half cent; large cents; Indian Head cents; and other coins. Most of the coins to be sold are uncirculated. All mint sets are in odginal mint packaging. All Proof sets are in original mint packaging with the exception of 5. All Amedcan Silver Eagle Proof coins are in original mint package. Detailed list is available upon request. CASH, GOOD CHECI VISA OR MASTER CARD (CREDIT CARDs ARE SUBJECT TO SERVICE FEE)). ID REQUIRED TO ACQUIRE BIDDING NUMBER. NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNtiL SETTLED FOR. ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS SALE DAY TAKE PRECEDENCE OVERALL ADVER17SING. 3> C 9 z y > c 0 -I z 3> t- O -I 5 z 3> c 0 -I 5 z 3> t.. a 0 z 3> - ,-t 0 z 3> c a 5 z 3> 0 ,-I z 3> 9 3> 0 ALL ITEMS SOLD AS IS WHERE IS BRING A LOAD - BUY A LOAD - TRADE A LOAD 3> c 0 .-.I n Edgar A. Bohrer, Sr., Sak Manager o -It BONDED & INSURED WV UC. #18 WEB SITE bohremuclion.com * EMAIL: boh rer220ftontier.com Edgar A. Bohrer, Jr., A, cUonaer 3> O WVUC. #1104*AucUonzip.com ID# 17712 (304) 229-8354 g NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ON PREMISES. LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED. NOTE TO CONSIGNORS: 5 <r. PLEASE DO NOT CONSIGN OLD TIRES, WOODEN WINDOWS OR TRASHI Z 4t AUCTION "k AUCTION "k AUCTION "k AUCTION  AUCTION )F ! .......