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January 30, 2013
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I 4 Wednesday, January 30, 2013 ;bt Morgan Jleatngtr What's Happening Where? • meetings • concerts • programs, festivals • Barn dance Rescue auxiliary helps fund ambulance ...... " February 10 Wind Dance Farm & Earth Education Center is celebrat- ing the continuation of educa- tional programs with a Barn Dance at the Best Western in Berkeley Springs, Sunday afternoon, February 10, 2-5 p.m. There will be dance music provided by John Devine on guitar, Robbie Mann on fiddle and calling by Leslie Devine- Milboume. There will be door prizes and refreshments. • Tickets can be purchased in advance at Community Garden Market and Wind Dance Farm and available at the door. All proceeds benefit Wind Dance Farm & Earth Education Center• Programs include Summer camps, homeschool programs, a Community Supported Agriculture program and farm tours. The farm is located near Stotler's Crossroads in South Morgan" County. A n ereens pl"rngg is °n PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT Starting At S1500 PAYOUTS Early Birds - $35 Regular Games - $50 Special Games - $60 Every Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Doors Open at 5:30 SMOKE FREE FOOD AVAILABLE Bring This Ad and Get Free Jackpot Car d r Matinee massive hands and Sets off on a game-hopping jour- ney across the arcade through every generation of video games to prove he's got what it takes to be a hero. Nominated Aca- demy Award for best ani- mated movie. NEXT WEEK ZERO DARK THIRTY Rescue auxiliary present a check to help fund a new ambulance. Front row, left to right: Martha Thompson, Iris Jean Duckwall, Carolyn Pritcharcr, Stacy Dugan, Pat Mosco, Bobbie Jo Kesner and Bob Dugan. Second row: Robin Moreland, Sandy Shaffer, Grace Barker, Joette Love, Jeannette Sweitzer and Hazel Waugh. "Little things can add up to a big benefit for the whole com- munity," observed County Commissioner Stacy Dugan as she joined members of the Morgan County Rescue Auxiliary in donating $15,000 to the Rescue Squad for the purchase of a new ambulance. The Auxiliary presented a check of the same amount in 2012. The total of $30,000 over the last two years has been raised through sales at the Morgan County Auxiliary Rescue Thrift Shop. "These donations show what dedicat- ed volunteers can accom- plish," said Dugan who serves as President of the Auxiliary and volunteers on Saturdays at the Thrift Shop. "We'll be seeking additional funding from the state through the Community Participation Project," she said. "The Governor was very impressed with our operation when he visited the shop last fall." The Auxiliary has been pro- viding financial assistance to the Rescue Squad for moi'e than 40 years, helping to fund purchases of a stair chair, tools and CPAP machine as well as leasing of heart monitors. "Emergency services work is one of the most important things we do in this county," said Dugan. The all-volunteer thrift shop sells donated clothing, books, • furniture, knick-knacks and other items from its location on the corner of Concord Avenue and Broadway Street. Thrift shop hours are Monday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to lp.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. "This is a win- win-win situation," said Dugan. "People can pass on their used objects, other folks can buy them at bargain prices and the revenue helps the whole community." WVUH-East Cancer & Infusion Center open house Officials at West Virginia University Hospitals-East, in conjunction with the Martinsburg Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce, will hold a ribbon cutting ceremo- ny on Thursday, January 31 at 4:30 p.m. for the new WVUH- East Cancer & Infusion Center. The center, which is a department of City Hospital, is located on the second floor of the Dorothy A. McCormack Center, Suite 2600. Patients receiving outpatient chemotherapy and infusion services now report to the McCormack Center instead of the second floor at City Hospital. The hematology/oncology office of Dr. Eric Bonnem and Dr. Matthew Page Jones is located within Suite  2600, adjacent to the new center, for patient convenience. An open house with tours of the new center will follow the ribbon cutting ceremony. The public is welcome to attend. For more information, contact the WVUH-East Marketing Department at 304-264-1223. m Thursday, January 31 Alanon, 7:30, First U.M. Church Rotary Club, noon, EarthDog Car6 Cub Scout Pack 27, 6 p.m., Grace U.M. Church AA, St. Mark's, 7:30 TOPS, 8:45, Presbyterian Church - Boy Scout Troop 27, Grace U.M. Church, 7 p.m. -Morgan CC Band, 7-9 p.m. WSMS -Bingo, Hancock Vol. Fire Dept., 6:30 p.m. Friday, February 1 - Junior Order, 7 p.m. - Deford Lodge, 88, 7:30 - Game night, Hancock Legion, 7 p.m. by Hancock Rescue -Car meet, 7 p.m., Dairy Queen -Winchester Connection, Lee Jackson, Winchester, Va., 6:30-8:30 - Bingo, Reynolds Store VFD,Early Bird 7 p.m. - AA Cacapon Campfire Group, Cacapon State Park, 8 p.m. -AA Trinity Asbury Church noon Saturday, February 2 - Groundhog Day - AA, 7:30, St. Mark's Church -Bingo, South Morgan VFD, 6:45 p.m. Sunday, February 3 - Attend Church Today - Alanon, 6 p.m., AA 7:30, Pleasant View Com. Cen. Monday, February 4 - Kiwanis Club - Narcotics Anon., St. Marks, 6 p.m. - Boy Scout Troop 12, 7 p.m., First Church - AA, Trinity Asbury Church, Noon - Delectable Mt. Quilt Guild, 6- 9 p.m., Seventh-day Church -DAV Chapter 34, 7 p.m., Amer. Legion - AA, St. Thomas Parish Hall, Hancock, 7:30 -Rescue Service Auxiliary, 7 p.m. - Morgan Pro Life, 7 p.m., 313 Wilkes St. -Magistrate, Town Hail, Paw Paw - Emmaus Group, 6:30 p.m., Wesleyan Chapel Junior Order United American Mechanics BREAKFAST Saturday, February 2 7:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. Bacon • Ham • Hot Cakes • Scrambled Eggs Potatoes • Sausage Gravy & Biscuits $6.00 Adults $3.00 Children 6 - 12 Children 5 & Under - Free JUNIOR ORDER LODGE HALL 732 Harrison Avenue • Berkeley Springs, WV Come Join Us & Enjoy the Fellowship & Good Food! Sail with Senior Life Services on our Alaska Cruise Tour 11 Days/10 Nights - May 22-June 1 With Princess Cruises on the Coral Princess Cruise Northbound from Vancouver, Stops in Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway , Cruise Glacier Bay National Park and College Fjord Train Trip from Whittier to Mt. McKinley Accommodations Will be in Princess Properties Then Leave Via Fairbanks for BWI Call Tammy or Syd at 304-258-3096 for More Information SPACE IS LIMITED Tuesday, February 5 - Mt. State Cruisers, 7 p.m., Wesley Chapel - DAR - Berkeley Baptist food pantry, 11-1 - Moose Women, 7:30 - American Legion Post 60, 8 p.m. - Starting Points Play Group, 9:30 - AA & Alanon, 7:30, Paw Paw U.M. Church - Aerie 4433, 7 p.m. - AA, St. Thomas Parish Hall, Hancock, 7:30 p.m. - Weight Watchers, Senior Center, 5:30 Wednesday, February 6 - Cancer Support Group, WMH Conference Room, 5 p.m. - Loyal Order Moose, 8 p.m. - Delectable Mt. Quilt Guild, 10-3, Seventh-day Church - AA, 7:30, St. Mark's - Local Economy Exchange, 10 a.m., Fairfax Coffee - Greenwood Hillsmen 4-H, 7 p.m. - AA, Trinity Asbury Church, Noon Thursday, February 7 - Alanon, 7:30, First U.M. Church - Depression, Bi-polar, noon, Hospital Ed. Rm. B -Rotary Club, 12, EarthDog Caf6 - Ktw Kaw Peyon 4-H, 7:30, homes - Cub Scout Pack 27, 6 p.m., Grace U.M. Church - AA, St. Mark's, 7:30 -Pleasant View Com. Center meet, 7 p.m. - Hancock Legion & Auxiliary #26, 7 p.m., post home -TOPS, 8:45, Presbyterian Church -Boy Scout Troop 27, Grace U.M. Church, 7 p.m. -Morgan CC Band, 7-9 p.m. WSMS -Bingo, Hancock Vol. Fire Dept., 6:30 p.m. -Starting Points Play Group, 12:30 To Update Your Listing Call 304-258-1800 or email news@morganmessenger.com SOUTH 10166 Winchester Grade Road Berkeley Springs,,WV 25411 BINGO Sat., Feb. 2 Payouts Now Starting at $40 Regular Games & $60 Special Games MORE PEOPLE THE HIGHER THE PAYOUTS Early Birds at 6:45 pan. Regular Play at 7:00 p an. PROGRESSIVE NUMBER $1,500 JACKPOT Doors Open at 5:30 pan. Refreshments Available INFO: 304-258-4092 Bring This Ad & Receive 2 Jackpot Cards Free Saturday, February 9 at 6 p.m. Mountainside Restaurant 91 Sugar Hollow Road, Berkeley springs (Behind Shell Station) Edward Steers Jr. Presents: Abraham Lincoln, An American Icon Mr. Steers is the author of several books on Lincoln, and has appeared on the Today Show, CSPAN's Book Notes and the History Channel on several occasions. The program includes a slide show. Tannin Ag_Ap_plicant Must be Present on Februars__ 2013 to Complete Necessary Paperwork NO PRE-SALE AVAILABLE, ONLY AVAILABLE TO THOSE PRESENT ON 2/2/13 TO PURCHASE Dinner special includes main course (meat or vegetarian), dessert and soft drink, only ;$12 Or order from the menu. Sponsored by the Morgan County Democratic Executive Committee YEARLY TANI00{ING MEMBERSHIP SALE! Available to the First 125 People to Purchase on Saturday, February 2 • 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. All Applicants Under 18 Must Have Adult Guardian Present with ID Those Who Currently Have the Yearly Membership Must -o- Be Present to Re-Purchase - No Roll Over Memberships 5%tal Image ..;alon "IP" ( Plx ,1€ ,1€