CLARKSBURG — The first “A Taste Of Clarksburg” is preparing to offer attendees a free chance to listen to music and try local restaurants.The event begins at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Clarksburg Amphitheater.The Davisson Brothers, best known for their songs “Big City Hillbilly” and “Found Dead on a Fence Line,” will begin their performance at 7:30 p.m. “Everything is lining up well,” Kaitlin Bishop, the recreation coordinator, said.
CLARKSBURG — The Harrison County YMCA continues to give youth a place to learn, stay active and make new friends throughout the summer with its day camp.There are 11 weeks of camp throughout the summer, each with a different theme and activities. Right now, the camp is working on the eighth of 11 weeks.Rodann Jewell is the child care and day camp director. She said the camp keeps kids physically and mentally active.
CLARKSBURG — “The youth are the future” is a commonly heard phrase, and it’s one that applies to many facets of society.That includes the future of the agricultural industry in West Virginia, which continues to grow with the help of many young people involved in agricultural-based programs.Joseph Hatton, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Agriculture, said youth organizations that focus on agriculture are vital to the industry’s future.
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Selecting a term
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