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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, November 13, 2008 t CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC. II III III 29 Keyes Ferry Road, Suite 200 Post Office Box 426 Charles Town, West Virginia 254l 4-0426 Phone: 304-725-2055 or 800-624-0.577 Fax: 304-728-8307 E-m:aih cha naber@ie ffersonco unty.com www.jeffersoncounty.com Heather Morgan Executive Director Your Chamber is pleased to welcome the following new members: C.W. Tiffins. Charles Town; Axtell Design & Marketing, Harpers Ferry; The Observer, Shepherdstown; and Literacy Volunteers of the Eastern Panhandle. Thank you to all who partici- pated in the High School-Busi- ness Symposiums at Jefferson and Washington High Schools. Students and business lead- ers spent an informative morn- ing discussing the Free Enter- prise System. Many thanks to the faculty and staff at both schools who helped make the symposiums successful. Approximately 230 members and guests enjoyed a wonder- ful evening at the 8th Annu- al Public Service Recognition Banquet held on October 14 at Charles Town Races & Slots. Your Chamber thanks Charles Town Races & Slots who co- sponsored and assisted in the coordination of details for the event. Congratulations to all the honorees who were selected by their departments: Career Emergency Medical Services Provider Robert Shackelford, Jefferson County Ambulance Authority; Volunteer Emer- gency Medical Services Pro- viders Christopher J. Carter. Blue Ridge Mountain Volun- teer Fire Company; Justice D. Jones, Friendship Fire Com- pany; Douglas A. Evans, Inde- pendent Fire Company; Rob- ert L. Burner, Shepherdstown Fire Department; Fire Ser- vices Providers - Christopher J. Carter, Blue Ridge Moun- tain Volunteer Fire Company; Bryan Lavallee, Citizens Fire Company; Jason S. Jacobs, Friendship Fire Company; Ter- ry A. Carper, Independent Fire Company; D.L. Morgan Jr Shepherdstown Fire Depart- ment; Law Enforcement Offi- cers Christopher A. Kutcher, Charles Town Police Depart- ment; Michael S. Armentrout, Harpers Ferry Police Depart- ment; Kenneth E. White Jr Shepherdstown Police Depart- ment; Glen W. Kilmer, Jeffer- son County Sheriff's Depart- ment; Michael L. Dickerson, WV State Police Charles Town Detachment; and Jefferson County Emergency Communi- cations - Laura L. Pope. Con- gratulations and thanks to all emergency personnel for their time and dedication in protect- ing Jefferson County and its citizens. The November module of Leadership Jefferson was held on November 12, and discus- sions and activities centered on the theme of Agriculture. Class members visited various farms in Jefferson County and toured the Appalachian Fruit Research Station. Jefferson County Chamber members announce the follow- ing Panhandle Home Health, Inc. will host an open house of their new facility on November 19, 2008 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Come tour their new 7,500 square foot office and training facility, located at 208 Old Mill Road in Martinsburg, and learn more about this non-profit or- ganization that has served the Eastern Panhandle for more than 30 years. For more in- formation, call (304) 263-5680 or visit HYPERLINK "http:// www.panhandlehomehealth, org/" o "http://www.panhan- dlehomehealth.org/" www.Pan- handleHomeHealth.org. Roberta Chromey, Sir Speedy Printing and Welcome Books, LLC, would like to ex- tend a personal invitation to all who would enjoy a FREE sneak preview of a Concerto to be per- formed in Rome. Italy, this De- cember. Roberta will be going on tour in Italy with the St. James Catholic Church choir. The choir will be performing their Rome repertoire at St. James Church in Charles Town on November 22. 2008 at 6:30 p.m reception to follow. Di- rections: Rt. 9 east of Charles Town, towards Leesburg. Turn right into Cross Winds devel- opment. The first left is to the church. For more information call (304) 725-5558. Would you like to Create Or- naments to Remember Loved Ones? The holidays are a time of reflection, especially when traditions are altered after the death of a loved one. This hands-on workshop offered by Hospice of the Panhandle pro- vides the materials to create a memorial decoration as one of the many ways to transform grief into a connection with those we love and miss. All ages are welcome - children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. The program will be held Thursday, December 11, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 13, 2008 from 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. in Martinsburg. Please call (304) 264-3902 for locations and to register. Elise A. Wallo, M.D emer- gency medicine, has joined the emergency department physi- cian staff at West Virginia Uni- versity Hospitals-East's Jeffer- son Memorial Hospital. Wal- lo received her medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, and recently completed her residency in emergency medi- cine at York Hospital in Penn- sylvania. 'Wallo is a member of the American College of Emer- gency Physicians and the So- ciety for Academic Emergency Medicine. As a member of the emergency department staff at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Wallo will join the hospital's ac- tive medical staff and serve on the faculty of the West Virginia University School of Medicine Eastern Division. Four new physicians have joined Harpers Ferry Family Medicine and the medical staff at WVUH-East's Jefferson Me- morial Hospital. Johanna Bio- la, M.D William Lewis, M.D Vishal Malpani, M.D. and Su- ganthi Rajah, M.D are mem- bers of the clinical team at Harpers Ferry Family Medi- cine and faculty members of the WVU School of Medicine East- ern Division. Biola is a gradu- ate of the WVU School of Medi- cine and recently completed her residency in family medicine through the WVU Rural Family Medicine Residency Program at Harpers Ferry. Lewis, a gradu- ate of the WVU School of Med- icine, completed his residency in family medicine at United Hospital Center in Clarksburg and a fellowship in rural fam- ily medicine through the WVU School of Medicine Eastern Di- vision. Malpani completed his residency in family medicine at Louisiana State University Health Science Center and a fellowship in geriatrics at Tu- lane University School of Med- icine. He is a graduate of the Topiwala Medical College, Uni- versity of Mumbai in India. Ra- jah is a graduate of the Sri Ra- machandra Medical College & Research Institute in India and recently completed her residen- cy in family medicine through the WVU Rural Family Med- icine Residency "Program at Harpers Ferry. All four phy- smians are now accepting new patients. For more information or to schedule an appointment, phone (304) 535-6343. Harp- ers Ferry Family Medicine is located at 171 Taylor Street in Harpers Ferry. For more information on your Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, call (304) 725-2055 or visit HYPERLINK "http:// www.j effersoncounty, corn" www.jeffersoncounty.com. Locals Run Marathon Professional Quality Service Done Right The First Time! NO NEED TO RUN TO THE BIG CITY Drive Less Than A Half Hour Come To Winchester: Valley Pike . Northern Shenandoah Valley's Largest Auto Group Your Satisfaction Is Our Reputation And Our Future! The Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) is a 26.2-mile road race run in late October through Ar- lington, Virginia, and Washing- ton, D.C. It has been run every year since 1976, and as of 2006, is the nation's 4th-largest race by entrants. The race is also known as "The People's Mara- thon" because it is the largest race that offers neither prize money nor appearance fees to draw elite runners. The 33rd MCM occurred on Sunday, October 26, 2008 with Andrew Dumm winning the men's title and Cate Fenster winning the women's title. Both were first-time marathoners. This year, there were 30,000 registered to race and 18,261 finishers. Local finishers in- cluded Matt and Laura Knott of Harpers Ferry (left), Rhonda Davis of the Eastern Shore of MD and her sister Sheila Evers of Charles Town. Matt's time was 5:05 and Laura's was 4:37. Barbara Hooper 615 S. Seminary Street 725-7742 What was I thinking last week when I forgot to tell you when the "Holiday Entertain- ing Valley Style" event would take place, a real booboo. The date is this Sunday, November 16 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Holi- day Inn Express. The event is to support the Friends of Hap- py Retreat. Cost is $15 in ad- vance and $20 at the door. Call Friends of Happy Retreat for tickets. The following article from Hospice was hard for me to present, but I do believe we all should do this. Are You Over the Age of 18? If the answer is yes, you should complete an Advance Directive. The following work- shop will assure that your end- of-life issues are honored and relieve your family of having to make difficult decisions. It will be held at from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Board of Education office. Register with the Jefferson County Schools Adult Educa- tion Program at 728-9237. Instruction on Golf When my nephew, Bill Hunt- er, was 15 years old, he was playing some pretty fair golf. (His father, Jim Hunter, was club champion for mnnv years for the club in Harrisonburg, Va.). However, when he wrote a paper called "Instruction on Golf," which when we read, we had to snicker at his lofty ideas knowing that even the best of us have a bad day or so in our golfing days. Billy just hadn't gotten there, yet. Here is his paper, written many years ago. "Golf is one of the finest games available, if you don't get mad easily and are well-off financially. ' the first thing to remember in golf is to grip the club firm- ly with both hands. It is best to grasp the end with the handle and point, the head away from you. "A small ball, with dents on the cover, is then placed on a wooden peg called a golf tee. Af- ter placing it on the tee again, a stance is taken to steady the golfer (some golfers need steadying). "A good point to concentrate on is to keep the head down (especially if there are women golfers near). The head of the club is then drawn back and released with substantial en- ergy. When the ball is struck it will travel two hundred yards (if you are a pro, lucky or if the course is straight down hill). Otherwise, the shot could go anywhere. "The object of the game is to get the little ball in the hole (not the one with the sand in it). This is done usually with a right-angled club called a put- ter. The putter is used on a smooth portion of grass called a green (and on the caddy who sneezes). "After eighteen holes have been played, it is often neces- sary to have a nineteenth hole in the clubhouse. This is done with various shots, too. Some- times it is necessary to pur- chase new clubs to replace the ones lost in the woods, wrapped around a tree, at the bottom of the lake or sold at an angry mo- ment. "At any rate, golf is one of the most relaxing games in which a person may participate." Recipe Corner It was nice to hear that you readers missed having a recipe in this column last week. Here is one from Jane Stone, who says it is delicious. Potato Shrimp Chowder 2 cans, 10 3/4 oz. cream of potato soup; 1 can, lloz. mexi- corn, drained; 1 package, 10 oz. frozen broccoli florets, thawed and cut in bite-size pieces; 1 1/2 cups milk; 8 oz. frozen cooked small shrimp, thawed; 1/4 tea- spoon dried minced onion. In medium pot, combine soup, mexmorn, broccoli, milk and onion over medium-high heat, bring to boil, stirring fre- quently. Reduce heat to medi- um-low; simmer until heated through, about 5 minutes. Stir m shrimp, simmer until heat- ed through, about 2 minutes. Serve with garlic bread. Birthdays & Anniversaries Happy birthday to: June Ad- ams, Darrin Hardy, Donald Miller, Betty W. Riley, Turner Ramey and Locke Wysong, Jr. on November 15: Janet Lloyd, Steve McLaughlin and Dawn Watson on November 16; Don- ald Boyer, Sarah Bittner, Faye Davenport, Bertha DeVese, Bri- an Kumnick, Betsy Wall and Bill Willingham on November 17; Sharon Harrell and Cassie Vaira on November 18; Michael Ciccone and Al Standish on No- vember 19; Leigh Anne Cassel, Meredith Ennis, Jeff Lanham, Paula Rust, Andrea Roll, Don Watts and Evelyn Writt on No- vember 20; Chris Chesley and Sarah Leathers on November 21. Anniversary congratulations to: Vince and Melissa Costello and Dominik and Marge Fargo (56 years) on November 15; Da- vid and Joyce Harty on Novem- ber 21. All for now take care. SAVE ON THESE 2008s PRICED BELOW SUPPLIER PRICE PRICE.ON THE TAG IS THE PRICE YOU PAY! 2008 4cyl, Auto, AC, CD, Blue #8579 SAVE $ 2,371 NOW ONLY GM SUPPLIER PRICING ON BUICKS, PONTIACS AND GMC TRUCKS CPE 2008 BUICK LUCERNE 2008 GMC S SEDAN, CX,V6,Full EXT. 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