Community leaders show support for Women on Wellness (WOW) Retreat

Pictured at the community meeting at Rainelle Medical Center: April Vestal, WVU Institute for Community & Rural Health (left); Tammy Jordan, Fruits of Labor Inc.; Paula McCoy, Greenbrier County Schools; Christian Giggenbach, candidate for Greenbrier County Commission; Betty Critch, WVU National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health; Andy Pendleton, Mayor of Rainelle; Kay Davis, WVU Extension; Vanessa Bailey, New River Community and Technical College; Katie O’Connor, WVU National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health; and Amanda Strader, The Greenbrier.

On Oct. 3, the Greenbrier Women on Wellness (WOW) Community partnership met with community, government and businesses leaders at the Rainelle Medical Center. The goal of the meeting was to discuss why the delivery of WOW in Rainelle is so important to the community. The Women on Wellness Retreat is scheduled for Nov. 8 at the Rainelle Elementary School. More...

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By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Darkness to Light Workshop

The Greenbrier Valley Disability Awareness Committee is sponsoring the Darkness to Light workshop through the Greenbrier County Extension Office. The workshop brings attention to child sexual abuse; educating adults More...

By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

WSS Lions collect used eyeglasses and new school supplies on Halloween

The White Sulphur Springs Lions Club will again collect used eyeglasses as they have done for the past several years. Used eyeglasses can be donated at the Little General/Marathon Gas Station on Main Street in White More...

Knights of Columbus
By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Columbus Day observed in the Greenbrier Valley; Bloodmobile planned

In observance of Columbus Day, Oct. 12, and the Monday holiday observance Oct. 13, the Alleghany Highlands Council 8689 Knights of Columbus placed the American flags on the K of C sign at each entrance to White More...

Kindergartner grand prize winner for largest sunflower entered in the Lewisburg elementary school sunflower contest was Kiana Mcclung in Mrs. Tipton’s class with a 54” entry. She is congratulated by Townley Hamilton, conservation chairman for the Lewisburg House and Garden Club that sponsors the annual contest, and presented her with a book on resident birds of West Virginia and a $25 check for her achievement.
By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Sunflower winners announced

Six Members of the Lewisburg House and Garden Club judged sunflowers grown by 31 students from Kindergarten through Fifth Grade at Lewisburg Elementary School on Sept. 26, for the annual Sunflower Contest sponsored More...

The Williamsburg Ruritan Club completed this year’s “Adopt-A-Highway” trash cleanup on Sept. 27. Pickup included eight bags of roadside litter. This was the 23rd consecutive year of “Adopt-A-Highway” community service for the Williamsburg Club. Front Row: Albert Stidom (left), Jonna Mullins, Herb Barthlow, Stan Zahorenko, Debra Zahorenko and Beth Stidom. Back Row: Junior Mullins (left), Gregory Hurd, Doyle Owens, Jack Goodman and Rodger Hedrick. (Not pictured: Leslie Stidom)
By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Highway cleanup completed

The Williamsburg Ruritan Club completed this year’s “Adopt-A-Highway” trash cleanup on Sept. 27. Pickup included eight bags of roadside litter. This was the 23rd consecutive year of “Adopt-A-Highway” community More...

By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Greenbrier River Watershed Association to host public meeting in Hinton about proposed gas pipeline

The Greenbrier River Watershed Association (GRWA) will host a public meeting Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. at the Summers County Memorial Building, 120 Ballengee Street in Hinton. The meeting is free and open to the public. The More...

The children’s books have arrived at White Sulphur Public Library.
By admin On Friday, October 10th, 2014

White Sulphur Springs Public Library announces arrival of children’s books

  The White Sulphur Springs Public Library proudly announces the arrival of the 79 new books for its juvenile circulation collection. The purchase of these books was made possible through the Books for Children More...

By admin On Friday, October 10th, 2014

Learn by doing with 4-H

Across West Virginia, young people involved in 4-H are making a lasting impact. Our 4-H’ers are building robots, helping the environment, exploring math and science, traveling to new places, getting healthy and More...

Mac Spangler crosses finish line at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s
By admin On Friday, October 10th, 2014

Mac Spangler crosses the finish line

Mac Spangler, a resident at the Brier Rehab and Nursing Facility in Ronceverte, said he wanted to participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s held on Sept. 27. Even though he usually uses a wheelchair, Mac stated More...