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Spirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE News Wednegday, August 22, 2012 A3 CLAIRE FORD When Bradley May got his first haircut ever last week, he left the Hair Cuttery in Ranson with more than just a stylish new look - he also had the satisfaction of knowing his ponytail would be donated to Locks of Love, the Florida-based nonprofit that provides hairpieces for in-need youngsters. "He felt good that his hair will help a child who's been sick and needs a wig," explains his mother, Deb May. The boy's grandmother Janet C0ttrell and 8-year-old brother Ethan came along to lend support as stylist Amber Ainsworth made the first cut. The family lives in Shannondale. Farm bureau awards scholarship The Jefferson County Farm Bureau and the Jefferson County Chamber of Com- merce annual picnic was held on Aug, 8. The Jefferson County Farm Bureau's an- nual $1,000 scholarship was awarded to Washington High School Mahar Khan. He was also awarded the Promise scholarship and the Rhodedendron scholarship. His plans are to purse a master's degree in business administration. BRYAN CLARK Spirit Staff has been leasing the building since last year. [ The building has been appraised at $1.6 mil- CHARLES TOWN -'In a 4-1 vote on Thurs- lion, and county staff reported it could likely be day, the Jefferson County Commission agreed purchased for $2 million. to enter into negotiations to purchase the Briel Commission President Patsy Noland said she building in order to alleviate space constraints on hopes the county can negotiate a good price on the county government. Commissioner Frances Mor- building that will save tax dollars in the long run. gan voted against the proposal. Morgan said she would prefer another site The Brielbuilding, at 201 N. George St in down- for county government offices, saying the Bri- town Charles Town, currently houses the Jefferson el building contained more amenities than are County prosecuting attorney's offices. The county needed. 1 The Jefferson County Fair fosters the entrepreneurial spirit that is the key to creating opportunities for future generations. Small business creates jobs that last. Thank you to all who participate! PAID FOR BY MAXEY FOR DELEGATE; PATTI MULKEEN-CORLEY, TREASURER en Consumer Attorneys Who Care Get discounts up to 40% * Saving money is important. That's why you can count on us to get you all the discounts you deserve. GET TO A BETTER STATE". CONTACT AN AGENT TODAY. Bob Snyder, Agent 211 N George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Bus: 304-725-7077 .: ~i~ Lana Shultz, Agent 1119 South George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Bus: 304-728-7416 Tammy Sirbaugh, Agent 217 Oak Lee Drive, Suite 2A Ranson, WV 25438 Bus: 304-725-5433 www.tam