Carnegie Hall Development Director speaks to Richland Ruritans

The Richland Ruritans met at Calvary Methodist Church in Richlands for their monthly meeting. The success of the annual family picnic in July was announced with the attendance of over 60 members and family. Thank...

Read Aloud to host orientation meeting September 18 and 19

Read Aloud West Virginia (RAWV) is a Charleston-based nonprofit organization that seeks to motivate children to want to read. The program currently operates in 30 counties and continues to grow. The Greenbrier County Chapter of...

Celebrate Grandparents Day this Sunday

Sunday, Sept. 9 is Grandparents Day. The day was started through the efforts of Marion McQuade of Oak Hill and became a national holiday in 1978. Almost 20 percent of Greenbrier County residents are over...

Nonprofit fundraising opportunity available at Greenbrier County Art and Craft Show

An art and craft show has occurred annually in the West Virginia Building at the State Fair Event Center in Fairlea for 37 consecutive years. The event, which runs the second weekend in October, has...

WVSOM President Nemitz speaks at Rotary

The Lewisburg Rotary Club met on Tuesday, Aug. 21, at the Lewisburg Elk’s County Club. This week’s speaker was the new president of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. James W. Nemitz,...

Tea Time on the Trail hosted by Rupert Public Library

The Rupert Public Library’s Tea Time on the Trail featured a lecture on the Midland Literary Trail and a focus on the West Virginia book collection at the Rupert Public Library. Belinda Anderson, an...

Endowment Challenge at GVCF

  Thanks to a generous award from the James F.B. Peyton Fund, the Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation (GVCF) recently conferred grants to eight nonprofit organizations located in Greenbrier County in order to establish or grow...

Morgan displays rock collection to Bluebell members

Bluebell Garden Club members were treated to a special informative event hosted by Nan Morgan last week. She opened her rock collection exhibit to the attendees and discussed the rock types as well as...

Local artist seeks information on one-room schools in Greenbrier County

A new book has been published, entitled “The History of Smoot Schools,” documenting the history of the Smoot Schools at Smoot. The author is Irma Smith Cadle, executive director of the Cadle’s Historic Preservation Corporation...

Master Gardener classes starting soon

The Greenbrier Valley Master Gardeners are starting new certification classes on Tuesday, Sept. 4. The classes are open to anyone interested in being certified as a Master Gardener and require no previous training. The series...

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