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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -Thursday, October 28, 1999 7 ~i :i: Architect's Ulusv'ation i Who Cares? The following organizations and individuals have stepped forward with generous contribu- tions toward CITIZENS CAM- PAIGN 2000. We all owe them a debt of gratitude. Though they deserve our thanks, what they really want is for each and every business and household in the Charles Town area to add their names to this donor's list. Our thanks to Jim Davis United National Bank Royal Vendors, Inc. Bank of Charles Town Terry and Ronnie Marcus Roger Ramey Marty and Carol Kable City National Bank Norm Thompson Outfitters, Inc Republic Paperboard Company Spirit of Jefferson - Farmer's Advocate ' WXVA Wal-Mart Store - Charles Town F&M Bank -WV The planned new 26,000 sq. ft. station serves both the firefighters and community's needs. It's both functional and attractive. To maximize efficiency and control costs, the building will be constructed of pre-engineered metal enhanced with a brick facing. Most oper- ations will take on the ground floor with the exception of the bunk areas for overnight crews (for better response time during off-hours). The station provides six double drive-thru engine bays with support areas for tools and storage. It also affords ample space for training rooms, dispatch and administrative offices, and a mem- Let's all pull together to make bers' louffge. The new station's community CITIZENS CAMPAIGN 2000 a Success. facilities feature a modern catering kitchen and S0.r hingror.nAng or . community hall, which will accommodate 500 l ealistically, we know that for people for meetings, celebrations, concerts, or this campaign to succeed, we ]Will need several large gifts ]from individuals and corpora- It ions Unfortunately there are no government grants to build fire stations. We hope there are People in our community with the means and the desire to help this effort. If you want to honor a loved one as a public shelter in a disaster. And communi- ty facilities in the new station, will enable CITIZENS to generate operating revenue to help fund its annual i 0r someone who has made a dif- I ference in your life or the com- budget - like many other n govi unity's, please contact the i in an Carnpaign manager (304) 263-i i volunteer companies. ,Jr'q-" t 6009. She will gladly meet with ! The wiring will handle aount .You to discuss the station ham- i advanced telecommuni- ir con options for major donors. Or agjust You can make an anonymous to ask %ntribution. We also welcome ae jobi[gifts of stocks, bonds, annuities sk out and property. alf mtiorl how Can You Help? ]?here are three tax-deductible Ways you can contribute: You can make a one-time contribution to the campaign. ed b 1919 You can make a five-year pledge to the campaign. 5) You can become an Honorary Member of Citizens Fire Company for pledge of $1,000 a year for five years. This is a life- time honor with many valuable benefits. cations for everything from teleconferencing to musical performances. Ill II I A Great Christmas Gift Get your ticket today, while they're still available. To help raise money for the Capital Campaign, CITI- ZENS is raffling a brand new Y2K Harley-Davidson Road King motorcycle. Tickets are $25 and the draw- ing will be held April l, 2000 at the Charles Town Races where the "bike" is on display. Tickets are available from the Bank of Charles Town, Turf Motel, Eastern Panhandle Print and Copy, and Citizens Fire Company. Or send your $25 donation to: Citizens Fire Company c/o Sandy Slusher-Smith, Treasurer PO Box 927, Charles Town, WV 25414 I I '11 II I I I I I II I I I I WHY NOT ACT TODAY? A brochure is on its way to your home and/or business with a pledge form attached, please use it or send your check today to: Citizens Fire Company, and mail it to: Sandy-Slusher Smith, Treasurer P.O. Box 927 Charles Town, WV 25414 We are especially thankful for the commitment and talent of the CITIZENS CAMPAIGN 2 0 0 0 STEERING COMMIT- TEE. Please let these folks know that what they're doing is impor- tant to you. Jim Davis*, Retired Businessman Roger Ramey*, Charles Town Races Travella Cook, One Valley Bank Pete Dozier, Tuscawilla Hills Dominic Fargo, Ret. Businessman Aram Hessani, Avanti's Restaurant Tiffany Hine**, City National Bank AI Hooper, Commissioner Charles Howard, Attorney Jack Huyett, Retired Businessman Gary Kable, Kable Photographics Steve Kalsch, Norm Thompson Outfitters, Inc. Carol Kable, REMAX Real Estate Group Reg Kimble, F&M Bank - WV Bill Kline, Ret. Businessman Jim Lambert, Republic Paperboard Company Charles LeMaster**, Bank of Charles Town Dave Mills, City of Ranson Del. Dale Manuel, State Legislator Terry Marcus**, Marcus Enterprises Theresa McCabe, Jefferson Memorial Hospital Clint Miller, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Ed Morgan, Retired Businessman Chris Ott, Dalb, Inc. Diane Stewart, AB&C Group Steve Morris, United National Bank Cole Shanahan, WXVA John Shea, Eastern Panhandle Print & Copy Jim Staley, WV Extension Services Brian Steeley, AMS Wayne Thompson, CPA Nikki McDaniel, Jefferson Security Bank Mary Via, Jefferson Co. Chamber of Commerce The Rev. John Weise, Zion Episcopal Church Mike Wierzbicki, Royal Vendors, Inc. Geraldine Willingham, Charles Town City Council * Co-Chairs ** Committee Chairs Campaign Manager Colburn-Green at (304) 263-6009 or ask a of the Steering ke |t2ommittee. We are here to serve you and make this community dream a reality with your help.