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Just lately the president of the Planning Fee, Bob Pirner, posed a query to the Barrackville Fb web page: “If you happen to had one want for good in our city of Barrackville, what would it not be?” We had many fabulous concepts, a small eatery, rail trails, museum, pool, a quaint buying district, youth middle, repaired roads, and so on. Many nice concepts. Any and all of those concepts are incredible and potential with a constructive angle and a willingness to belief. Belief that our city is receptive and supportive of the betterment and future development. You probably have a dream, analysis and examine what you would wish to do to make it come true!

congratulations nate

Thrilling information for one in every of our personal! Nate Flower has acquired a Most well-liked Stroll-on supply from WVU soccer. Congratulations!

mark your calendar

The Barrackville PTO will sponsor a Household Valentine’s Day Dance on Feb. 18 at 6 pm It will likely be a dance for college students & households of Barrackville, price can be $5 per particular person. Extra info can be launched nearer to the occasion.

Bison PTO Information

The Barrackville PTO bought three picnic type tables that can be used throughout many actions on the faculty. Two of the tables are ADA accessible and can be utilized in a multipurpose area. Nice work by the devoted PTO members for our college students. Nice job!

Sizzling canine and yard sale

Mark your calendar. Barrackville Coated Bridge Preservation Society will host a Sizzling Canine and Yard Sale Saturday, April 15 from 8 am-2 pm on the Lions Neighborhood Constructing, 716 Pike St., decrease degree. They don’t seem to be taking donations presently, however please maintain the occasion in thoughts once you start Spring cleansing. An announcement can be made when preparations are made for donation drop off.

Bridge Preservation Society

Thrilling information for the Barrackville Coated Bridge Preservation Society. The group is now designated as a 501©(3) non-profit via the federal authorities. Which means donations given to a 501©(3) charity or group are largely tax-deductible. That is one other step in direction of the preservation of our city’s historic landmark and hopefully the start of historic restoration in our city.

Competition planning assembly

The subsequent assembly of the Barrackville Coated Bridge Competition can be on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 6 pm within the Lions Membership Neighborhood Constructing. Please plan on attending you probably have any ideas or might help through the subsequent pageant.

Thanks, Wayne Value

Wayne Value, who has donated movies on each county and each state park in West Virginia, and who donates his time to bettering and cleansing up areas, can be giving his time to cleansing up US 250 from the Barrackville turnoff to the Cleveland Avenue intersection. It must be Saturday, Jan. 28, please be cautious round these activates Crematory Hill.

The concept of ​​“On the Street in West Virginia: Our 55 Counties” began whereas Wayne Value and his buddy, Johnnaston Kimble have been volunteering within the 2016 flood cleanup and long-term restoration efforts in Clendenin in Clay county. After Wayne informed Johnnaston about his travels over the previous 10-15 years via all of West Virginia’s 55 counties and his ongoing ardour to study a state Johnnaston informed Wayne that he at all times aspired to journey to all of West Virginia’s 55 courthouses and get an image of every one. In the direction of the tip of their eight-month volunteer efforts in flood restoration, Wayne informed Johnnaston that he had been itching to journey to all 55 counties once more however this time he needed to make quick movies about every county. Johnnaston agreed to assist with the mission/interest and in April of 2017, Wayne took his IPhone, his beat up $30 tripod, $10 lapel mic, and a $15 cable extension and began this journey. He would name it “On the Street in West Virginia: Our 55 Counties. Check out

Pleased belated birthday, Pat

Pleased Birthday to Pat Whitescarver on Jan. 24! Pat is about city in a variety of capacities and behind the scenes more often than not. She is treasurer of the Lions Membership, Barrackville Coated Bridge Preservation Society and Christmas In Our City. She is energetic in her church de ella and makes lap quilts for the veterans on the VA Hospital, she tutors kids and helps together with her grandmother’s actions. She is a blessing to city, please, want her a beautiful day even whether it is too late.

Fairview election

The City of Fairview’s Municipal Election is Tuesday, June 13. The candidate submitting interval is Jan. 9-Jan. 28. The deadline for candidates to withdraw is March 21.

Fairview Hearth Dept. fundraiser

There can be a pizza, sandwich, and salad sale on the Fairview Hearth Division, Saturday, Jan. 28, from 3-6 pm Eat in eating or perform out there. Telephone 304-449-1904/1905 to put perform orders. Handicap accessible. All proceeds profit our volunteer fireplace division. We’d like to see you!

Barrackville contact information

Barrackville City Corridor PO Field 26, 716 Pike St., Barrackville. Telephone 304-366-9372 Fax 304-366-3053 Hours are Tuesday-Friday from 10 am-4 pm

Lions Membership Corridor Rental- Pat Whitescarver 304-366-5558.

Column Contact info: You probably have any information to incorporate in our column contact Diana Marple by way of e mail earlier than 8 pm Tuesday.


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