- Sunday Profile
- WRC’s big problems come with big needs
When asked about his work in the community, Charlie Houck is quick to point his finger at Raleigh County’s strong philanthropic organizations, like Raleigh County Make it Shine, Beckley Area Foundation, the Beckley-Raleigh County Chamber of Commerce and the United Way of Southern West Virginia.
A caring climate
New River Health Association’s Fayette and Nicholas county school-based clinics provide more than physical health care
Quarterback, businessman, governor, U.S. senator, West Virginian
CEO wants to take hospital to the next level
Lillian James Learning Center
Facility has helped adults with disabilities for over 30 years
Friends R Fun gives kids skills to cope with life
Friends R Fun Child Development Center in Summersville had a humble beginning 25 years ago in a basement room with toys brought from volunteers’ homes or donated by the community.
- Shelter for special kids
Theater general manager shares love for perfoming arts
Pamela Paul’s circuitous path to her new post as general manager of Greenbrier Valley Theatre has a certain sense of inevitability to it. With an impressive background in both business and theater, Paul says she finds great satisfaction in facing the challenges of managing West Virginia’s official professional theater.
Commission on Aging
The Raleigh County Commission on Aging serves around 3,500 seniors annually, a growing, diverse and inter-generational group with a wide spectrum of needs, according to Executive Director Jack Tanner.
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