The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

Life!

May 4, 2014

Celebrity Gossip

Local stars set to score big donations for United Way

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BECKLEY —

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Places to dine, people to meet

Restaurants and business partners

 



Black Knight Country Club

2400 S. Kanawha St.,

Beckley

(Open to public for evening)    

City of Beckley

99.5 WJLS

   

 

Boston Beanery

85 Crossroads Mall,

Mount Hope        

Crossroads Mall

Crossroads Chevrolet

WVNS

United Bank

 



Calacino’s    

3611 Robert C Byrd Drive, Beckley        

BJW Printing

Spartans Sporting Goods,

Jan Care

Hayden & Hart

4 Raleigh/4ward

 



El Mariachi    

237 Airport Road, Beaver    

Chase Bank

Beckley Newspapers

 

Foster’s Tavern    

121 Main St., Beckley

City National Bank

Groovy 94

The Original Founders of Celebrity Night

University of Charleston - Beckley Campus

 



Fujiyama        

2003 Harper Road, Beckley

WV Miners Baseball

103 CIR

Concord University

First Community Bank

 



Outback Steakhouse    

111 Hylton Lane, Beckley

WOAY TV

The Summit Bechtel

Family National Scout Reserve

First Century Bank

Barton’s Premium

Pre-Owned Vehicles

 



Pasquale’s    

224 Harper Park Drive

Beckley

BB&T Bank

WVVA

New River Community

& Technical College

 



The Dish Café    

1466 Ritter Drive, Daniels

Raleigh General Hospital

Shear Style

My 105.9 WTNJ

 



Beckley Moose Lodge

118 McCreery St., Beckley (Open to members only)

 

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