The Locker Room
RANSON, W.Va. — The Locker Room, a family owned and operated sporting-goods store, recently moved from 832 E. Washington St. in Charles Town, W.Va., to 809 N. Mildred St., Unit 10, in Ranson.
The store sells sporting goods and apparel, including custom sports clothing.
Store hours are Wednesday to Friday, 4 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.
For more information, call 304-724-6878; send an email to LRSportingGoods@gmail.com; go to www.lockerroomsportinggoods.com; follow it on Twitter at The LockerSports; or follow it on Facebook at The Locker Room. For every 100 people who “like” its Facebook page, a raffle will be held for a free item.
Lutheran Home Care & Hospice Inc.
Lutheran Home Care & Hospice Inc. opened an office at 222 E. Oak Ridge Drive, Suite 2500, in Hagerstown.
Lutheran Home Care & Hospice, a ministry of Lutheran Social Services, provides home health care, hospice services and in-home support services to residents of Franklin, Fulton, Adams and York counties in Pennsylvania, and Washington, Frederick and Carroll counties in Maryland. It is a licensed home-care agency, fully certified by Medicare and Medicaid.
For more information, call 1-800-840-9081.
Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce is canceling its post office box effective April 1, though its office is not moving.
After that date, all correspondence should be mailed to the chamber at 29 Keyes Ferry Road, Suite 200, Charles Town, WV 25414.
Hagerstown Coffee Talk
The second meeting of Hagerstown Coffee Talk was held Feb. 16 at Broadmore Senior Living in Hagerstown. The group was established to meet the growing needs in Western Maryland for elder-care service providers to meet, mingle, network and learn.
Attending were 27 professionals who shared a light breakfast and coffee provided by Golden Living Hagerstown. Guest speaker Tina Davis, speech therapist at Golden Living, gave a presentation about strokes.
Open to everyone in related fields, Hagerstown Coffee Talk meets the third Thursday of every month from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at various locations. Each month there will be a light breakfast provided, a door prize, time for networking and an educational guest speaker. For more information, contact KC Ryerson, president, or Susan Crowson, vice president, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RidgeRunner Publishing was presented with two gold ADDY awards at the Feb. 25 award ceremony for the Greater Frederick (Md.) chapter of the American Advertising Federation at Musket Ridge in Middletown, Md.
The ADDYs are the world’s largest advertising competition, recognizing creative excellence in all types of media.
RidgeRunner received a gold award for Bliss, a regional wedding magazine, in the Magazine Design — Entire Magazine category, and a gold award in the Book Design — Entire Book category for “Something Needs to Change Around Here,” a nationally distributed business leadership book edited, designed and published for Waynesboro, Pa., author Liz Weber, owner of Weber Business Services LLC. Illustrator David Vogin created the cover art for the book.
Additionally, Mike Jandora, a student of RidgeRunner Publishing owner Kate Rader’s Advanced Graphic Design course at Shepherd University, garnered a gold ADDY and the judge’s choice award for his “Cobra Laser Face” CD packaging design in the student competition.
All projects garnering gold awards automatically proceed to the national competition.