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PAGE B2 I cial Thursday, December 27, 2012 New Year's FROM PAGE B1 with the area where her dissatisfaction is highest. "This year I've slacked off on exercise because my work schedule has taken on a life of its own," she said. "So I need to look at my work habits and what needs to change so I can exercise and feel fabu- lous ." On Saturday, Honey- cutt will lead a three-hour workshop beginning at 10:30 a.m. Those inter- ested must pre-register at HarpersFerryMassagean- dWellness.com or by call- ing 304-535-1599. She'll offer a more extensive, multiweek workshop in February. "I do it in February be- cause [then] people are often in the middle of the winter blues," she said. "This is a great time to dig into your soul and retrieve your deepest longings and desires." Recipes FROM PAGE B1 together a simple fruit tray with party picks to make it easy to skewer pineapple chunks, red and white grapes, berries, kiwi slices and oth- er bite-sized fruits, perhaps alOng with a yogurt-based dip. You can always round our your refreshment table with a variety of homemade cookies and your favorite pastries. Send your feedback on this column or ideas for fu- ture columns to Patt Welsh at pwelsh@shepherd.edu. Says Welsh: "'I wish all the readers of the Spirit a wonderful, safe and prosperous New Year ... and best wishes as you ~ork to keep your New Year's reso- lutions/" This week's Community Calendar Blood donors needed: A blood drive will be held at the Kearneysville United Methodist Church starting at 1 p.m. Friday. Sign up on- line at redcrossblood.org. Special service: The Mill- ville Pentecostal Church will host a New Year's service , starting at 6 p.m. The Knight Family from Mt. Airy, Md. ' ,will serve as special guests. Everyone is welcome. A free will offering will be re- ceived. For more informa- tion, call 304-725-5155. Polar Bear plungers need- ed: Ann Khiel Fern, of the Charles Town Ghost Tours, will be leaping into the icy waters of the Potomac Riv- er to raise money for the Hu- mane Society of Washington County during the 2013 Polar Bear Plunge starting at noon on New Year's Day. Fern is recruiting members for the Charles Town Ghost Tour team and is also asking for sponsors for herself or one of her team members. Specta- tors are welcome at the event at River Bottom Park in Wil- liamsport, Md. To sponsor Fern, call 304-724-6741. Looking ahead Ballroom dance lessons and party: The Ballroom for Beginners 7-week course begins at 2:30 p.m. Jan. 4 at the War Memorial Build- ing in Shepherdstown. Cost Dinner FROM PAGE B1 superior in taste. Also, consider using a charcoal chimney so you do not have to use lighter fluid. Lighter fluid taints the flavor of the meat and is a known carcinogen. To make the spicy is $125 per person. No dance partner is required. A ball- room dance party will start at 7:30 p:m. The ABCdanc- esport-sponsored event will cost $12 per person. Great music 'and dancing, lots of fun for all. For questions, call 503-309-7250 or go to abcdancesport.com. Art classes available: The Berkeley Arts Cotincil will be holding an introduction to Watercolor painting class. The class begins Jan. 9 and continues for six weeks. It will be held at the Berke- ley 2000 Recreation Center from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each Thursday. Registration is available online through Jan. 2 at berkeleyartswv.org/in- struction and the fee of $75 can be paid by credit card or Paypal. Other classes be- ing offered include pottery and handbuilding (Monday evening), introduction to oil painting (Tuesday evening), jewelry design (Wednes- day evening) and a class for home school students in art exploration (Monday morn- ing). For more information, visit berkeleyartswv.org, email instruction@berkele- yartswv.org or call 304-262- 1611. Birding workshop: The Po- tomac Valley Audubon So- ciety will offer a workshop on backyard birding starting at I0 a.m. Jan. 12. at Craft- Works at Cool Spring Farm, in southern Jefferson Coun- ty. Participants will learn how to attract and feed birds, and how to build a simple platform feeder. There will also be instruction in identi- fication and recording tech- niques. For this workshop, there will be a fee of $20 for Master Naturalist Pro- gram members and trainees, and $25 for members of the public. Enrollment for each workshop will be limited, and pre-registration is es- sential. To register and get more information, go to po- tomacaudubon.org, email ellen@potomacaudubon.org. or call 304-676-8739. Business networking: The monthly meeting of the East- ern Panhandle Entrepreneurs Forum will start at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 13 at The Purple Iris in Martinsburg. The cost is $10 per person. For questions, call 304-728-3255 or email info@jcda.net. Send your news Planning an event that's open to the community? Send your Community Cal- endar submissions to Rob- ert Smith at news@spiritofj- efferson.com. Deadline for submitting calendar items is 2 p.m. Monday. Items may be faxed to 304-728-6856 or mailed to the newsroom, 210 N. George St., Charles Town, WV 25414. Questions? Call 304-725-3046. 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: 3985 Valley Pike 2934 Valley Avenue C, UIC "LUBE di OIL CHAN $ NTEi iOTOR ~M]LL_E_]~_ Northern Shenandoah Valley's Largest Auto Group... L~V~I~A~O~-,-O~ Your SatlMaction Is Our Reputatlon...And Our Future! horseradish sauce, combine 1 cup sour cream, 1/4 cup horseradish, 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard, 1 teaspoon white wine vinegar, 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt and 1/4 teaspoon ground pepper. Stir all ingredients together and chill for at least four hours or overnight to let flavors blend. Time to fire up the smoker or grill. Use the indirect method of cooking for a grill -- that is, build a fire on one side of the grill and cook on the "cool" side. The ideal temperature for smoking a prime rib is 265 degrees. Using an aluminum pan and grate, place the roast bone side down and cook for about 15 to 20 minutes per pound. A good meat thermometer is a must to reach the desired temperature of 130 degrees for rare, 140 degrees for medium rare and 150 degrees for medium. All meat continues to cook after being removed from grill -- remove roast 10 degrees before desired temperature. Let stand for 20 minutes loosely covered in foil. To make the au jus, pour out. most of the fat from the pan. Place the pan over heat and add one container of high- quality beef stock. Stir to release any brown bits in the pan. Add some red wine, to taste, if desired. Bring to boil and cook until stock is slightly reduced. After the meat has sat for 20 minutes, remove the string and slice to desired thickness. Serve with the au jus and horseradish sauce on the side. This is one meal that is sure tO be remembered for many holiday seasons to come. Come see us at our new Ranson store! Wedding Mark Andrew Clausen and Pamela Lynn Frye 1 Pamela Lynn Frye and Mark Andrew Clausen were united in marriage Sept. 15, 2012, at Poor House Farm Park in Martins- burg. The bride is the daughter of Neville Frye of Charles Town and the late Robert "Jake" Frye. The groom is the son of Anna and Jorgen Clausen of Randolph, NJ. The double-ring ceremony was held at noon inside the park's beautiful rustic barn, with Pastor James E. Watson III officiating. Escorted by her brother Ken Frye of Rowlett, Texas, the bride wore an ivory A-line; empire scoop organza-over-satin gown. Her beaded, double-layered veil featured an embroidered edge. She carried a bouquet of autumn flowers accented with sunflowers. The bride's matron of honor was her friend Joyce Staubs of Harpers Ferry, who wore a V- neck, A-line, watermelon-col- ored, chiffon-over-satin knee- length dress. Bridesmaids were the bride's niece, Stephanie Frye of Mid- dleway; the bride's cousins, Mi- chelle LaFollette of Charles Town and Teresa Forsyth of Ran- son; and childhood friends of the Fall Refrigerator bride, Marcy Nicewarner and Tammey Johnson, both of Kear- neysville. The bridesmaids wore V-neck, A-line burgundy, chiffon-over- satin knee-length dresses. They carried bouquets of autumn fiG .w- ers. The groom wore a black tux- edo, black vest, black tie and a burgundy boutonniere. His best man was his childhood friend Jim Molinlli of Colum- bia, Md. Groomsmen were Steve Clausen of Branchville, NJ., Matt Clausen of Chester, NJ., and John Clausen of Rangely, Colo., all brothers of the groom; and friend Danny McDougal of Lafayette, N.J. Ring bearer was Mason LaFol- lette of Charles Town, cousin of the bride. They all wore suits and burgundy ties. A reception with dinner and dancing was held at the Charles Town Moose Lodge. The three- tiered wedding cake included fla- vors of chocolate and vanilla and burgundy flower decorations. The custom cake topper was a set of bobbleheads resembling the bride and groom. Dressed in tuxedo and .wedding gown, the bobbleheads sat atop a motorcy- cle, Biking is a favorite pastime of the couple. For the couple's first danc- es, the bride chose "Keeper of the Stars" by Tracy Byrd while the groom's selection was "Your Song" by Alessandro Safina and Ewan McGregor. A bridal shower was hosted by Nicewarner at her home. The cou- ple's rehearsal dinner was held Maintenance Specialat Paddy's Irish Pub in Charles $ 99.00 I Town. Out-of-town guests from West Virginia, Virginia, Mary- land, Pennsylvania, Texas, New Jersey, Florida, Colorado, Ver- mont and Mississippi attended the festivities. The Clausens honeymooned in Sanibel Island, Fla. 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