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Davis Stuart receives grant award from Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation

Davis Stuart was the recipient of the 2018 Greenbrier Valley Women’s Fund grant awarded by the Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation. The grand award of $1,000 will provide financial assistance with expenses related to recreation and...

LES Pajama Scholastic Book project a success  

The Lewisburg Elementary School Student Council members would like to announce that the LES Pajama Scholastic Book project ended this past Friday, Sept. 28. Around 125 new sets of pajamas were donated and Scholastic Books...

HVAC class starting in October at New River CTC  

New River Community and Technical is offering HVAC training in a 20-week class focusing on basic heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems starting Oct. 23. Classes will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays...

Ethan Dowdy named winner of sunflower contest  

The grand winner in the Sunflower Contest at Ronceverte Elementary School is third grade student Ethan Dowdy, who entered a sunflower with a circumference of 53 inches! Ethan was presented with a $25 cash prize...

Basic Digital photography classes planned  

Interested in learning how to take great photos with your digital camera? New River Community and Technical College is offering basic digital photography classes in Beaver, Lewisburg and Summersville in October. Students will learn about...

Writing classes planned at New River CTC’s campus in Lewisburg    

New River Community and Technical College is hosting three writing classes at the college’s campus in Lewisburg with local author Belinda Anderson. A three-week writing class, World Building: Creating a Compelling Narrative, is scheduled for...

Community Fairs planned at New River CTC campuses

Companies and organizations are invited to share information about their services during New River Community and Technical College’s fall 2018 Community Fair events in September. Events are scheduled for the following dates: Sept. 18 at...

Communities in Schools seeks volunteers

Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of children? Do you have an hour per week to spend with a child who could really use some encouragement? If so, Communities in Schools...

WVSOM faculty to compete in ‘Simulation War’

Let the battle begin. Faculty members at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) will face off in a “Simulation (Sim) War” as part of the school’s second annual recognition of Healthcare Simulation...

Communities in Schools receives NIP credits

The West Virginia Neighborhood Investment Program Act (WV Code §11-13J) provides credit to individuals and private sector businesses which make eligible contributions to community based nonprofit organizations that establish projects to assist neighborhoods and...

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