Tag archive for ‘The Greenbrier’
Hello Strangers
By admin On Friday, July 17th, 2015

Next up at Carnegie Hall’s Ivy Terrace – The Hello Strangers

Hello Strangers Ivy Terrace continues at Carnegie Hall! The Ivy Terrace series is a summertime favorite in the Greenbrier Valley. Fun for all ages, families and friends enjoy free live music on the lawn of Carnegie More...

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By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

Airport Authority responds to Aerospace Specialties lawsuit

By Sarah Mansheim The Greenbrier County Airport Authority (GCAA) filed a response last week to a lawsuit lodged against them by Aerospace Specialties Inc. The lawsuit had alleged breach of contract, stating that More...

America In Bloom judges Linda Cromer (left) and Melanie Riggs (right) flank Shannon Beatty, coordinator of the Lewisburg In Bloom project in which citizens, businesses, and local government have combined to create many community improvements and visible enhancements in preparation for the Beautiful Small Town contest.
By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

It’s not just about the flowers America In Bloom judges arrive in Lewisburg

America In Bloom judges Linda Cromer (left) and Melanie Riggs (right) flank Shannon Beatty, coordinator of the Lewisburg In Bloom project in which citizens, businesses, and local government have combined to create More...

Kids from the Scout Day Camp spell out a big “Thank-You” to all the volunteers and local businesses who donated to the camp, without whom camp would not be possible.
By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

Happy Campers

By Sarah Mansheim This week, kids from all over Greenbrier County attended day camps, learning about everything from swimming to ballet to playing the ukulele. The annual Scout Day Camp was held in the Greenbrier More...

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By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

Lewisburg holds water protection meeting hosted by WV Land Trust

By Peggy Mackenzie When the Elk River was polluted with chemicals in January of 2014, and 300,000 people near Charleston were without water for weeks, the state legislature passed a law requiring all state municipalities More...

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By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

Traditional by Choice: Craft Brew Revolution sparks resurgence in meads and ciders

Josh Bennet and Will Lewis of Hawk Knob Meadery   By Leah Deitz Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines mead as a fermented beverage made of water, honey, and yeast. However, Hawk Knob Hard Cider and Mead Owners, More...

Lisa Brown Carter, program coordinator for personal services at New River CTC, instructs Cosmetology Student Diana Hefner on the first floor of Greenbrier Hall in Lewisburg.
By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

New River announces cosmetology certificate program

New River announces cosmetology certificate program Cosmetology students at New River Community and Technical College are now able to enter the workforce sooner, thanks to a fast-track certificate program. The Cosmetology More...

Danny Lee wins The Greenbrier Classic after a four-man playoff against Robert Streb, David Hearn and Kevin Kisner. Lee was born in Korea, but is a New Zealand resident. He said his Classic win was extra meaningful because it gets him closer to his goal of qualifying for the international team for the Presidents Cup this October in South Korea.
By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

Danny Lee wins The Greenbrier Classic after a four-man playoff against Robert Streb, David Hearn and Kevin Kisner. Lee was born in Korea, but is a New Zealand resident. He said his Classic win was extra meaningful More...

At Monday’s Lewisburg Rotary Club meeting, several area non-profits were awarded financial donation from the club. Rotarians Martha Hilton and Sue Rosshirt delivered the following donations: Joan Reed accepted $500 for the Shepherd Center; Kasey Carter accepted $750 for Community in Schools; Amanda Thomas accepted $612 from the Rotary Has Heart Fundraiser for the Children’s Home Society; Kenosha Davenport accepted $750 for the Family Refuge Center. (Not pictured, but also receiving a $1,000 donation was the Greenbrier County Committee on Aging.)
By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

Rotary Club Donates To Nonprofits

At Monday’s Lewisburg Rotary Club meeting, several area non-profits were awarded financial donation from the club. Rotarians Martha Hilton and Sue Rosshirt delivered the following donations: Joan Reed accepted More...

By admin On Friday, July 10th, 2015

Free Summer Opportunities For Youth With Alderson Food Hub

The Alderson Community Food Hub has several opportunities for youth this summer to practice their gardening skills, have fun with food, and even eat for free at the Saturday Community Market. The Alderson Community More...