Carnegie Hall Kids’ College seeks volunteers

Carnegie Hall is seeking volunteers to assist with the 25th Annual Carnegie Kids’ College during the weeks of July 10-14 and July 17-21. Kids’ College is a unique opportunity for children in grades K-7 to...

WSS Library to host Floral Easter Basket workshop

  The White Sulphur Springs Public Library is partnering with Gillespie’s Flowers & Productions of White Sulphur Springs to offer a hands-on floral basket arranging workshop on Wednesday, Apr. 12, from 2-4 p.m. Discover how to...

National FFA Week celebrated February 18-25

  It’s National FFA Week Feb. 18-25. More than 4,600 young adults participate in the program across West Virginia. From raising a hog to building a business plan, FFA teaches life skills that members use...

Spartan band members earns funds for spring trip at Lenten Fish Dinners

Members of the Spartan Marching and Concert Bands at Greenbrier East High School assisted the Alleghany Highlands Knights of Columbus with the Lenten fish dinners and earned funds toward the spring trip the band...

Davis Stuart receives Spiritual Life funding

In March, Davis Stuart was presented with a grant award from the Mission Division of First Presbyterian Church, Charleston. Davis Stuart board member, Sharon Heidt, along with First Presbyterian Church members, Alice Abernathy, Ann Patterson,...

100 Years and counting!

  Lions Clubs International turns 100 years old this year and will have a huge celebration at the International Convention in Chicago June 30 - July 4.  Local Lions planning to attend this event can...

AARP Safe Driving Class for seniors offered

  Shepherd’s Center Greenbrier Valley is once again pairing with Troy Holbrook and AARP to offer the “Over 50” Driver Safety Program. The new 4-hour program will refresh your driving skills taking into consideration the...

WSS Library to hold Valentine Topiary workshop

  The White Sulphur Springs Public Library is partnering with Gillespie’s Flowers & Productions to offer a hands-on Valentine topiary workshop Thursday, Feb. 9, from 2-4 p.m. Discover how to use carnations to create a...

Carnegie Guild Tea features Miss I. Virginia Brown

Did you ever wonder why a Carnegie Hall was built in Lewisburg? Learn the whole story at a historical vignette presented by Elizabeth Spangler acting as Miss I. Virginia Brown, the history teacher in...

West Virginia Humanities Council funds Carnegie Hall exhibit

  The West Virginia Humanities Council funded a special year-long exhibit for Carnegie Hall of Lewisburg in its most recent round of grant awards. Created by the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame, the exhibit chronicles...

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