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~plrlt of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Life Wednesday, July 24, 2013 811 i~iiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iiii~iii~i!~:? This weekend also brings theater-goers' last chance to see "Heartless," the latest CATF play by Sam Shepard. ~...~, r~ ~ E~, F, Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel "The Great Gatsby" is next month's ~election for the Charles Town Library's Book Club. The group, open to anyone, will meet to discuss the work from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Aug. 20. g~lG~l~," E.B. White's classic, "Charlotte's Web," debuts ~riday on the stage of the Old Opera House in downtown Charles Town. ut cia Fishman, Natalia Rushinsky, Caroline Judy Olsen, Patricia Perry and Scott Ta- ~ROM PAGE 810 . Brewer and Madison Lavigne. , tina. . The Aug. 2 opening night gala, spon- ~tine Brewer is directing the cast, Summer concert: Martinsburg s Fridays sored by Martin Distributing Co., begins ~hich includes Madison Malin, Katie At Five concert series continues this week at 6:30 pan. Besides the art show, the ~isar, Addison Jackson, Lindsey Jen- with the Dixie Moon Band. The free con- night includes music, fine wine and hors ~gs, Jenna Kennedy, Abbey Lesznar, cert happens from 5 to 7 part. downtown d' oeuvres. Tickets cost $37 50 and spots than Mason, Charles, .C ey, Brianna on the Town Square. may be reserved by calling the OOH box ~di, Daniel M~, Ethan Gottlieb, office at 304- 725-4420. ~laire M~~ Venham-Carter, Ty- Soiree: The Old Opera House holds On Saturday, the public can view the art ~ler P~,Grace Rish, Daisy Mason, its seventh-annual Summertime Arts Soi- show and sale at no cost from 10 aan. to 2 ~ikki Z~eger, Gianna Montagliani, Jami ree fundraiser next weekend at the histor- pan. ,~artman, Olivia Kilbane, Loren Coles, ic theater at 204 N. George St. in Charles ~aylee'Carmickle, Hannah Lee, Cassidy Town. Book club: New members are always ,'~Rucker, Mason Hamer, Gabrielle Koller, Among the l~al artists whose paintings, welcome at the Charles Town Library 2 Trystyn Koller, Abigale Evers, Ryan photographs and other work will be fea- tured: Mary Jo Bennett, SJ. Brown, An- drea Burke, Earl Mills, Denise O'Brien, Book Club, which meets from 3:30 to 5 pan. the third Tuesday of each month at the library at 200 E. Washington St. F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, 1925's "The Great Gatsby" is the selec- tion for Aug. 20. Other upcoming rifles in- clude "Mom and Me" by Maya Angelou (September) and "March" by Geraldine Brooks (November). To learn more, email oetllibrarian@ frontier eom or call the library at 304- 725-2208. Free concert: Cazhmiere performs from 7 to 9 pan.Aug. 2 at Evitts Run Park. The free concert is part of Discover Downtown Charles Town's First Friday Concert Series. The park is located in the 400 block of West Washington Street. To know more, call 304-725-2311. Handmade expo: Artists and crafters show off their work at the new monthly Handmade Market from 9 aan. to 6 pan. Aug. 3 and 4 at the Shepherdstown Com- munity Club at 102 E. German St. in Shepherdstown. To learn more, go to scchandmademar- Berkeley fair: Berkeley County Youth Fair happens Aug. 3 to 10. It's the 66th annual event, held at the Berkeley County Fairgrounds at 2419 Golf Course Road in Martinsburg. Young people's animal exhibits, 4-H displays, live music, tractor pulls plus food vendors, amusement rides, games, more. For details, call 304-263-5869. .... George, Christian Go~lieb, Savannah ;,,Hamer, Helena Radford, Eli Viands,Ale- Staff report third-annual Big Latch On will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the hospi- RANSON - Breastfeeding tal's first-floor conference room. rooms of the Eastern Panhandle, Similar events will be held across unite! the globe Aug. 2 and 3. Next weekend, Jefferson McCabe said Big Latch On is Medical Center will host a "Big open to all area women who are Latch On," a nursing awareness breasffeeding. Tours of the hos- event that's part of the World Al- pital's obstetrics unit will be of_ liance for Breasffeeding Action's fered following the event. World Breasffeeding Week. The gathering began in New Teresa McCabe, a spokes- Zealand in 2005 and soon spread woman for University Health- to the United States and other care, said the hospital's Aug. 3 countries. gathering of breastfeeding wom- During last August's Big Latch en and their babies and children On, more than 8,800 babies and is aimed at highlighting the ben'- children worldwide were count- efitsofbreastmilk, ed as breastfeeders, McCabe Jefferson Medical Center'ssaid. Got milk? 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We want to promote a feeling of positive energy, positive vibra- tions." Anglin said reggae music possesses a unique sound and message. "Family Man (original Wail- ers bassist Aston Barrett) al- ways says reggae music is the heartbeat of the people. With- out your heartbeat, you cannot stay alive. That is the whole essence o'f reggae music," An- glin said. "It is on the upbeat, which is significant because it stands out from all other genres of music. The message is very One way the band carries the r eeine relevant to uplifting and mori- legacy of Marley is through its vating people. Reggae is one participation in the U.N. World FROM PAGE B10 of those things that people Food Programme. The program need. We are privileged to be is the world's largest organiza- this creation, including egg- the ambassadors that carry on tion fighting hunger global- plant, onion and tomato. (For the Wailers music." ly and is committed to getting market times, locations and The responsibility of fill- food to where it is needed, and other details, go to wvfarmers. ing the shoes of someone as saving the lives of victims of org.) famous as Marley would be war, civil conflict and natural Napoleons are pretty and a daunting task for most peP- disasters. The band joined the easy to serve - perfect for a ca- pie. Anglin takes it all in stride, program in 2008 and has been sual summer dinner or a hearty, "It's a great responsibility, but proactive by recording tracks hand-held first course at a bar- it's countered and made easy for the Oniric Records' "So- becue or other outdoor gather- by the love that the people lutions for Dreamers: Season ing, but if you'd prefer not to have for the music, so it's not 3" compilation album in 2010 make separate stacks, simply like work, the work is halfway with all proceeds going to the layer the veggies and ricotta done. We are carrying on the program. The Wailers try to do mixture in a dish for a colorful foundation that was laid," An- their part to create a better to- casserole. glin said. morrow for the people of the You'll find this recipe is also world and encourage all to do wonderfully flexible. Feel free the same,Anglin said. to substitute or add vegetables Anglin has a simple mes- such as red peppers or new po- sage for the people. "Stay pos- tatoes or to swap the thyme and itive. That's how I take every- rosemary for basil, even mint. thing, one day at a time with a positive attitude." Company, Inc Since 195B Vegetable Napoleons Ingredients 1/2 cup olive oil 1 large eggplant, cut in 12 slices 3 medium zucchinis, cut in 24 slices 3 large tomatoes, cut in 6 slices 3 medium red onions, cut in 12 slices 3/4 cup ricotta cheese Salt and pepper to taste 2 teaspoons fresh thyme, chopped 1/2 lb. mozzarella cheese, sliced quarter-inch thick 6 sprigs flesh rosemary Preheat grill and set to low. Brush vegetables with olive oil, season with salt and pepper, and grill slowly until tender, turning once. Transfer the vegetables to a tray, arranging them in a single layer, cover with plastic wrap and set aside. In a small bowl, blend ricot- ta, thyme, salt and pepper. On a lightly oiled grill sheet or foil pan, place one slice of eggplant and top with one tablespoon of the ricotta mixture. Next, add two slices of zuc- chini, a slice of onion, a slice of mozzarella, a slice of tomato and two more slices of zucchi- ni. Spread another tablespoon Red peppers and onions can be used in this Vegetable Napoleon recipe. of the ricotta mixture and top with another slice of eggplant. Repeat this procedure with the remaining vegetables to make five additional stacks. Now insert a wooden skewer through the center of each stack to create a hole from top to bot- tom. Remove the bottom leaves from each rosemary sprig, leav- ing an inch of leaves on top and place one sprig into the hole in the center of each napoleon. Return stacks to the grill to heat on low for another 10 min- utes or so, just until the mozza- rella melts and vegetables have warmed through. Price, Product, Warranty We Can't Be Beat... Guaranteed!