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Boots to Bees helps veterans and bees thrive
Metro photos by BUTCH COOPER
Boots to Bees helps veterans and bees thrive

When Stacey Neece left the Air Force after serving nine years, she returned to West Virginia seeking her place in a different kind of environment.

American Red Cross hosting Women Who Care reception

The American Red Cross West Virginia Region will host its annual Women Who Care Networking Reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, at the University of Charleston’s Riggleman Hall Rotunda.

Energy Express program seeking helping hands this summer
Energy Express program seeking helping hands this summer

To counteract the effects of the out-of-school “summer slide” learning lag or lapse -- and give children in the county a memorable and productive summer experience, the Energy Express program is seeking mentors and other helpers in...

Mary Fletcher Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Sunday in Cross Lanes

Mary Fletcher is described as an inspiration to those who know her -- and with good reason. She is a cancer survivor.

Winfield students to host Lemonade Day Fun 5K Run/Walk Saturday

Teacher Jessie Hescht’s fifth-grade class at Winfield Elementary School will host the second annual Lemonade Day Fun 5K Run/Walk at Snap Fitness in Winfield on Saturday, May 21.

KCHA opens onsite spay/neuter clinic
KCHA opens onsite spay/neuter clinic

The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association opened an internal spay/neuter clinic at its Greenbrier Street facility in Charleston April 25.

Fruth baby contest raises estimated $4,700 for children’s charities

Twenty-three Fruth Pharmacy locations held a baby contest recently to raise donations for local area charities.

Unity of Kanawha Valley to host garden party with workshops Saturday

Unity of Kanawha Valley will be home to a garden party outdoors in the parking lot, with a hot dog sale inside, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 21.

Farmer’s Table: Wine Cap Mushrooms
Farmer’s Table: Wine Cap Mushrooms

Only cultivated mushrooms can be sold at West Virginia farmers markets, which greatly restricts the number of varieties available to the consumer. The most prevalent types found at local markets are shiitake and oyster mushrooms.

Scott Depot church collecting 7,500 shoes

Teays Valley Church of God in Scott Depot is trying to obtain 7,500 pairs of lightly used and new shoes to help an entrepreneur in an underdeveloped country begin a shoe sales business which will create a micro-economy there.

Putnam introduces new ‘Seed Library’ for gardeners
Putnam introduces new ‘Seed Library’ for gardeners

The “seed” of an idea has taken root at the main branch of the Putnam County Public Library.

S.C. Library to kick off summer reading program

The South Charleston Public Library will kick off its 2016 summer reading program with a party beginning at noon Saturday, May 28.

Small business workshop slated May 26
Small business workshop slated May 26

A workshop on business fundamentals is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday, May 26, in Charleston.

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