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December 4, 2003

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, December 4, 2003 HOSPICE MEMBERS ROger Ramey ~.+ Bob Koontz l~Oontz, of Morgan Ro~ Ramey, of have been as new members of of Directors of Hos- a well-known corn- has had with the local for 20 years. Cur- is employed as Vice of Public Affairs for Races and Slots. 12 years on the Racing Commis- tx of those as Racing He previously Furniture and Store in Charles served on the board County Red r 20 years and is a past of the board of the of Jefferson tly serves on d of the Jefferson erce. his wife, Sandr~ re-. achester, Va. spent 22 years in the and 15 years as of a NAPA Auto Parts Springs. wife, Elise, have )us Hospice Their introduction came in 2000 when received services. FRENCH BOARD this popular memo gii~ giving or to keep. attractive way to dis- +sages. Bring ~ad/or staple gun to have them. A $10 to be paid to the Registration fee is meet on De- for one night only For complete de- registration and loca- se call Jefferson Adult and Education at 728- Shepherdstown Elementary is pleased to finally unveil its new playground equipment this month. Thanks to the fund- raising efforts fo the Shepherdstown Elementary Association (SEA) over $14,000 was raised. This, in conjunction with pri- vate contributions, gave over $20,000 which was needed to complete the project. The school is very excited to have the project completed before cold weather; the children are enjoy- ing it already. LARGE PRINT BOOKS ADDED TO LIBRARY COLLECTION In response to a greater pub- lic need, Shepherdstown Li- braD" has recently been adding a new series of large print books to its collection, includ- ing many more non-fiction titles, which had previously been lacking in the library. Among the new non-fiction titles available in large print are several that have made the bestseller lists. These include Brunelleschi's Dome: How a Renaissance Genius Rein- vented Architecture by Ross King, a sure favorite for anyone who has ever visited Florence, Italy; Jarhead: A Marine's Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles by Anthony Swofford; and Kitchen Privi- leges, a memoir by Mary Higgins Clark. Large print books are a boon to readers who may have prob- lems reading smaller type. At the same time, these books are becoming popular with the fully sighted who simply enjoy the ease and comfort of reading larger print. Although large print books are available to all, library card holders who have vision prob- lems are eligible for the free li- brary service that mails books, tapes and other materials di- rectly to the home. Interested persons should contact the li- brary for an application for this service. Everybody's in Las Vegas! MILLIONAIRE PAX60 Watch Mondays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. Visit your WestVirgin+a Lottery Retailer and find out how you can be a game show contestant and wm up co $1,000,000I, I~ On-airWV contestant - November 29, 2003 Vickie Sharp .......... Green Bank, WV ............. $ 1,000 At-home players - $ 100 Alice Mongold Charleston Laura Moore Harrisville IAllian Sto.mpanato Charleston Richard AI~ Bluefield Norma Cecil Princeton liP" Next Drawing February 5T 2004 " There's more than One w~y to p~ay! Good things happen when you pray Come to Charles Town Races & Slots and enter to win your share of OVER $1 MILLION in cash and prizes! Use your Players' Choice Card to enter 7 days a week. To win, must be present at official drawing on December 18th. West CENTER Diabetes Endocrinology & Metabolism at City Hospital 2000 Foundation Way, Suite 3100 (in the McCormack Center) Martinsburg, WV 25401 Office: 304.260.1436 When our patients talk, we listen. You asked to us reduce the wait time for outpatient testing, you got it! At City Hospital, what our patients say does make a difference. As a result of patient requests, Outpatient Radiology and Laboratory Services was established in the McCormack Center on the City Hospital campus to provide expedient testing for many of our outpatients Outpatient Radiology and Laboratory Services offers a prompt and convenient alternative to outpatients with physicians orders for most routine X-Ray exams or routine lab testing. With the goal of having people registered, tested and on their way in 30 minutes or less, Outpatient Radiology and Laboratory Services at the McCormack Center has proven to be just what our patients asked for! So, thanks for your's helping us serve you better! L" !:t i