Sunday, December, 3rd was a cool day, and the threat of rain was ongoing throughout the day. That did not hinder the spirit of the thousands of car enthusiasts that descended on Pacific Raceways for the Annual NW Toy Run. It was run in conjunction with the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program, that benefits those children that might not have anything to open on Christmas morning.
The ink didn’t have time to dry on the press release before West Virginia State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey was in the Bluefield Daily Telegraph editorial board room, explaining the significance of the state’s challenge of the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule relating to emissions at existing coal-fired power plants.“It makes me sick to my stomach to hear announcements like the one (on Thursday) that Alpha Natural Resources issued WARN notices to 1,100 employees,”...
On Sunday December 3rd Pacific Raceways will host the Annual Lexus of Bellevue 2017 NW Toy Run, whose goal is to bring holiday joy to those less fortunate children this Christmas season. The proceeds from the Toy Run benefit the Marine Corps Foundation Toys for Tots program. This year presented by Pacific Raceways and Chevron. The event is supported by Happenstance Event Productions, and participating once again in the day’s happenings is Griot’s Garage.
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