"Service Above Self" - The Shepherdstown chapter of Rotary International is a civic organization of service-minded individuals contributing time, talent, and resources to the good of the community for over 35 years.
Jan 4, 2022
Upcoming Vaccine Clinics and COVID testing sites:
Vaccine Clinics at the Ranson Civic Center
To schedule an appointment at one of these clinics call the Jefferson County Health Department: 304-728-8416
January 7th 2pm-6pm
January 10th 2pm-6pm
January 12th 2pm-6pm
January 14th 2pm-6pm
• Pfizer, Moderna, and children’s Pfizer are available.
• Children have to be over 5 years old to get their first dose
• You can get a vaccine if it has been:
3 weeks between your1st and 2nd doses for the Pfizer vaccine
4 weeks between your 1st and 2nd dose for Moderna vaccine
• Booster shots are six months out from 2nd dose date (Moderna and Pfizer) and only
available for peope16 years of age and older
Free COVID Testing Locations (all testing is send out unless specified as rapid testing available)
Martinsburg VA Hospital (for veterans enrolled in VA care and must meet CDC criteria for testing)
Appointment required call 304-263-0811
The following Walgreens Pharmacies: All are drive through testing and require an appointment
Walgreens, Shepherdstown 304-876-0505
Walgreens, Ranson 304-728-7713
Walgreens, Charles Town 304-724-0002
Walgreens, Inwood 304-229-0935
Walgreens, Martinsburg 304-262-4697
Med Express Urgent Care (no appointment needed, rapid testing and send out) The Retail Commons Parkway 8 am to 7 pm 304-264-9730
CVS, Inwood: (Drive through and appointment required) 304-228-4318
Shenandoah Community Health Center (Drive through and appointment required) 304-263-4999
Hollywood Casino West Parking Garage (Drive through and no appointment needed) Monday through Friday 10 am-6 pm
Shepherd University outside the Wellness Center (Drive through and no appointment needed)
Tuesday and Thursday 12 pm -4 pm
Friday 10 am-5 pm
Saturday 10 am- 1 pm
SHEPHERDSTOWN ROTARY HELPS
EASTERN PANHANDLE EMPOWERMENT CENTER
The Shepherdstown Rotary Club has provided Christmas gifts for a needy local family through the Eastern Panhandle Empowerment Center's annual holiday "Adopt-a-Family" program.
In addition, the Club has donated $700 in cash to the Center, to be used to purchase gifts for other families or meet whatever other current needs the Center has.
The Club presented the Christmas gifts and the check to the Center's Berkeley County office in Martinsburg on December 17. The accompanying photo shows, from left to right, Shepherdstown Rotary Club President Steve Campbell; Cheryl Groen, a member of the Rotary Club's evening group; Teri Biebel, who chairs that group; Tina Branson, the Empowerment Center's Business Administrator; Nicole Roehm, the Center's Outreach Services Director; and Rotary Club Vice President Sean Murtagh.
The Shepherdstown Rotary Club consists of two groups: a morning group that meets weekly and an evening group that meets twice a month. The funds for the cash donation to the Empowerment Center came from contributions by members of the morning group. The Christmas gifts for the needy family were contributed by the evening group.
This is the third year in a row the evening group has participated in the Empowerment Center's annual holiday Adopt-a-Family program. This year, the family the Club's evening group adopted included a single mother with six children ranging from a few months old to 19 years of age. The Center provided the evening group with the family's gift wish list, the group purchased presents for all of them, including the mother.
The Empowerment Center, formerly the Shenandoah Women's Center, is a non-profit, community-based agency founded in 1977 to help women abused by their partners. It has grown to become a comprehensive resource and counseling center serving all three counties of the Eastern Panhandle. Its mission is to protect victims, prevent violence and empower survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking.