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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, November 13, 2008 19 Y()U make the difference. MaryEIlenMahoney.com JStover om Full-Time Dedicated Realtors NEW PRICE! $225,500 ~, www.aegistherapies.com HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CODERS CONSTRUCTION, INC. WV014591 VA2705034080A Best Paint. Best Advice:' Benjamin Moore" Paints Route 340 North Charles Town WV (304) 725-1461 Maplehurst Village Lot #5 Pork Street Charles Town, WV 25414 724-0713 J0hn@JSt0ver.c0m 724-0711 Ellen@MaryEIlenMah0ney.c0m 2800 fininished sq ft Original Wood Flooring 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths Carport Porches Circa 1905 ' CAC Fireplace Available Immediately Residential & Commerdal Pete Office: 304-728-4384 Fax: 304-728-3924 Kubic - President - 304-886-9408 304-728-4384 Find it in theSpirit Classifieds. Call 725-2046 to advertise/ Aegis Therapies believes that older adults have much to gain from exercise and physical activity. That's why we designed some of the most innovative programs in rehabilitative therapy to give patients the tools they need for optimal outcomes. Become part of the Aegis Therapies team and see the difference our Geriatric Enhanced Modalities and Freedom Through Functionality programs can have on your patients. We currently have openings in Berryville for PTs and PTAs. (Full-time, Dart-time and PRN opportunities available) PRN OT openings also available. Join Aegis Therapies today and see what a difference you'll make in the fives of others. For more information, contact: Connie Januzzi 888-280-3101 Fax resume to 479-478-2581 connie.januzzi@aegistheraples.com aegis therapies Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug-Free Workplace. ATR-02724-08 The Corum Team IIIllll 304-724-4950Office 304-283-2467Anytime we, Fargo Home Mortgage is a division of Wells www.thec0rumteam.c0m o 00, wo, F, o Caring for Your Pets in Winter Call the Spirit to subscribe! 725-2046 Winter Weather Awareness bang on your car's hood to scare Week is November 17-21, 2008. In them away before starting your many areas, winter is a season of engine. bitter cold and numbing wetness. The salt and other chemicals As the temperature begins to drop, used to melt snow and ice can it- help your pets remain happy and ritate the pads of your pet's feet. healthy during the colder months Wipe the feet with a damp towel by following these simple guide- before your pet licks them and Jr- lines, ritates his/her mouth. Don't leave dogs outdoors when Antifreeze is a deadly poison, but the temperature drops. Most dogs, it has a sweet taste that may at- and all cats, are safer indoors, ex- tract animals and children. Wipe up cept when taken out for exercise, spills and store antifreeze (and all Regardless of the season, short- household chemicals)out of reach. haired, very young, or old dogs and Better yet, use antifreeze-coolant all cats should never be left outside made with prepylene glycol; if swal- without supervision. Short-coated lowed in small amounts, it will not dogs may feel more comfortable hurt pets, wildlife, or your family. wearing a sweater during walks. Always have a winter disaster No matter what the temper- plan in place for you, your family ature, wind-chill can threaten a and your pets. The likelihood that pet's lif& A dog or cat is happiest you and your animals will sur- and healthiest when kept indoors, vive an emergency depends large- If your dog is an outdoor dog, how- ly on emergency planning done ever, he/she must be protected by today. Some of the things you can a dry, draft-free doghouse that is do to prepare for the unexpect- large enough to allow the dog to sit ed, such as assembling an animal and lie down comfortably, but small emergency supply kit and devel- enough to hold in his/her body oping a pet care buddy system, heat. The floor should be raised a are the same for any emergency. few inches off the ground and cov- Whether you decide to stay put ered with cedar shavings or straw, in an emergency or evacuate to The house should be turned to face a safer location, you will need to away from the wind, and the door- make plans in advance for your way should be covered with water- pets. Keep in mind that what's proof burlap or heavy plastic, best for you is typically what's Pets that spend a lot of time out- best for your animals. doors need more food in the winter If you would like additional an- because keeping warm depletes imal disaster preparedness infor- energy. Routinely check your pet's mation, please contact our office water dish to make certain the wa- at (304) 728-3329. ter is fresh and unfrozen. Use plas- The Jefferson County Office of tic food and water bowls rather Homeland Security and Emer- than metal; when the temperature gency Management is responsible is low, your pet's tongue can stick for the coordination of prepared- and freeze to metal, ness, planning, response, recov- Warm engines in parked cars at- cry and mitigation of disasters tract cats and small wildlife, which and large emergencies m Jeffer- may crawl up under the hood. To son County, West Xrlrginia. avoid injuring any hidden animals, Berryville Turkey Trot Races The 30th edition of the Berryville Turkey Trot races for area runners and walkers will be held this Saturday, November 15 be- ginning at Clarke County High School, Berryville, Va at 10 a.m. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. for the three races--2, 4 and 6- miles; race entry fee is $5 for students and $7 for members of the Shenandoah Valley Runners; $10 for all others. Overall and age group awards will be given out following the races along with vari- ous random prizes. Frozen turkeys will also be drawn for after the races in random drawings, one for every 10 registered runners. Contact 229-3015 or 540-955-6160, ext. 218 for more information or check the website at http://home.comcast.net/-donspecht/trot. html. Join the team at Winchester Medical Center, a 411 -bed, non-profit regional referral and Level II Trauma Center that has been consistently designated a "Most Wired Hospital"! CODING SPECIALIST The full time Coder will perform both inpatient and outpatient coding and the selected individual will enjoy the advantage of being able to select his/her own work schedule. Plus, after meeting specified productivity and quality standards, the selected individual may potentially work from home! RHIA, RHIT, or CCS is required as is completion of coursework in ICD-9-CM, CPT Coding, Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology. Must also have at least one year of experience in inpatient acute care coding. INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY CODING SPECIALIST Must meet all requirements stated above, plus must have current ARRT and at least 3 years of Interventional Radiology Coding experience for this full time opportunity. We offer an outstanding benefits package that includes relocation reimbursement, an on-site childcare facility and tuition assistance. For consideration, please apply on line at www.valleyhealth.jobs. EOE M/F/OH NJES Encourages Responsibility Part of a child's education The Walkers' Patrol Lead- is learning responsibility and ers are Chris Shrader, Jas- trustworthiness. North Jeffer- mine Bowlin, Tory Walls, Des- son Elementary School has de- jah Breeden, Joel Willis, Austin veloped a new program to en- Miller, Christian Moreno, Lo- courage students' learning of gan Gray and Catherine Turn- these qualities: the Safety Pa- er. trol Leaders' Program (SPL). The students chosen for Principal Mary Ann Jen- these positions must have good kins says designated responsi- grades, be good citizens, and ble fifth graders have been se- have good behavior. Their jobs lected as Safety Patrol Leaders are to observe the hallways, to with one group serving as bus help students who may need patrol leaders and one group assistance, and to help stu- serving as walkers' patrol lead- dents walk safely and careful- ers. Working as Bus Patrol ly through the halls and to the Leaders are Dylan Mackey, Ta- buses. The staff committee re- lia Wilt, Curtis Longerbeam, sponsible for the Safety Patrol Noteri Henry, Marcus Burns, Leaders is comprised of Eileen Elizabeth "Abb3e' Mills, Mat- Davis, Lori Crum, Kathy Mill- thew Torallo and Nicole Dillow. ner, and Sara Ayers. HOMEOWNERS 62 AND OLDER I INVITE YOU TO A FREE SEMINAR & LUNCH Get Lump Sum Cash Get Line of Credit Get Monthly Check End Your Mortgage Payments EVERY TUESDAY & THURSDAY 12 NOON - 1 RM. JAY McDOWELL OR SCHEDULE A PERSONAL CONSULTATION MY OFFICE OR YOUR HOME Homeowners remain responsible for property tax & insurance Single Story Town Villas starting in the $250's Rt. 51 to Locust Hill, right on St. Andrews Dr left on Baitusrol Dr. Model Home Now Open Fri-Sat-Sun I OAM-3PM Kubic Construction office after hours Ii Helping you i with allyour : real estate needs! / iiiiiiiiiiii!i; REALTOR - CRS - ABR (. Cell:.!i' John Kilroy, Broker IIIIII E R A ERA Liberty Realty 1018 Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town, WV STRAW, CLEAN and bright 725-5183. 2/4/ff Registered Angus bulls. Eastwood Angus. Stan- ley Dunn, 725-8308. 2/26/ff 2 BR, 1-1/4 BA townhouse. Large back deck, W/D, $865/mo. '+ sec. dep. 304- 2 BR apt. in Kearneys~illei 671-8515. 6/12/tf 725-5753. 11/13/ff Upstairs 2 BR apt. on S. Child's Rd. 725-5753. 11/13/ff Duplex-3 Br, Cent Air, Deck, All Appl Lg. Yard, Fresh paint. Close to C.T. & Inwood. No Pets. $970.00 + Dep. Avail. now. 304- 535-2177. 10/30/4tpd Eft. Apt. Downtown Charles Town (1 person) $460-$490/mo. Call LouAnn 304-283-4794. 7/17/tf 2 8R Apt. Short walk to downtown Charles Town or racetrack. Near major retailers, restaurants, 1 blk. fi'om Rt. 340, but resi- dential. Laundry & storage room with W/D hookup. CAC. General premises cleaned and maintained twice weekly. Must be clean & have refs. No pets. $600/ mo. + $600 sec. dep. Call Crystal304-283-1282. 7/17/tf TH-2 Lg Bd Rms, Central Air, all appl end unit, multi-level, deck, C.T.; No Pets. Avail. Now. $985.00 + Dep. 304-535-2177. 10/30/4tpd 1 BR apt. in Charles Town. 725-5753. 10/30/ff Business office suite avail- able. Reception/2 offices, private bath. Charles Town area.304-279- 0549. 11/6/2t FOR A low cost for spay and neutering call Spay Today. 728-8330. 5/30/ff' Crop land to lease. 304- 725-2465. 10/25/if Carpet installer needed. Business license & mini- mum 4 yrs. experience. 304-279-0549. 11/6/2t Caregiver/companion. Impeccable local refer- ences. Has 18 years Hospice experience. 304- 229-9911. 11/6/4tpd Skilled carpenter. 30 yrs. experience. Reasonable rates, refs Call Char- lie at (304) 263-6423. 11/13/4tpd Breakfast with Santa Independent Fire Company will host their third annual Break- fast with Santa on Saturday, December 6 from 7 to 11 a.m. in the Independent Social Hall. A suggested donation for the event is $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. Children will have an opportunity to have a photo with Santa. Red Cross Classes The Eastern Panhandle Chapter of the American Red Cross will offer,the following classes in November and December at the Jef- ferson County office. November 15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m Community CPR and First Aid; November 20, 6-10 p.m First Aid; November 24, 6- 10 p.m Infant/Child CPR; December 8, 6-10 p.m Infant/Child CPR; December 13, 9 a.m.-5 p.m Community CPR and First Aid; and December 18, 6-10 p.m First Aid. Call the chapter to pre-register for all courses. Prepayment is required prior to attending class. The Eastern Panhandle office is located at 1948 Wiltshire Road, Kearneysville. Please call Crystal at 725-5015 for information and registration. The American Red Cross is a participating United Way Agency. We will sell the following articles at Auction located at 363 Chessie Ln. (depart Rt. 230 approx. 5 miles East of Shepherdstown onto Engle Switch Rd. to Chessie Ln signage in place), Eng/e, WV on: Saturday, Nov. 15, 2008 at 10:30 AM LO. screen RCA W, leather sofa/chair, (2) LR chairs, oak seat-box, flat- wall cabinet, Broyhill "Fontana" 5-pc DR suite, leather sofa, softwood drop-leaf stand, (3) matching bar stools, (2) matching bar stools, Broyhill "Fontana" china glass-front cabinet, Broyhill "Fontana" open-front cabinet, Ig. glass-top DR table w/7 tapestry chairs, Broyhill custom sofa w/chair, Broyhill "Fontana" end stands & coffee table, Ashley roll-top desk w/filing cabinets, bookcases, leather office chair, Broyhill "Fontana" King-size bed w/side tables, Ig. jewelry cabinet, oak dresser, Broyhill "Fontana" ent. cabinet, RCA W, (2) recliners, odd sofa, (2) sleeper sofas, exercise equipment, Weslo treadmill, oak coffee table, Foss-ball table game, Ig. desk & chair, patio furniture, dishes, pots, cookware and other articles. Sherry Weaver Terms: Cash, Valid Check, debit/ Roger Snook credit. Announcements on sale day take precedence over written mate- rial. Lunch rights reserved. NO BUYER'S PREMIUM. AUCTIONEER: Edwards Auction Service James L. Edwards, uc.#325 "Big or Small, I'll Sell 'Em All" Visit our website at www,edwardsauctionservice.com