This past week, a four-hour week across the country, recognized the importance of opportunities for young people to build relationships, skills and experiences that will last a lifetime. The West Virginia University Extension Office once again joined the celebration with the theme of “Opportunity4All.”
In West Virginia, 1 in 4 young people are involved in 4-H.
Marshall County has 13 community-based clubs and specialty clubs for dogs, dairy, livestock, goats and rabbits, horses, shooting sports, and cloverbuds.
Marshall County offers a two-week overnight 4-H camp with Wetzel County.
Young people between the ages of 9 and 21 may participate in 4-H with the permission of a parent or guardian. Her 5-year-old to her 8-year-old interested in 4-H can join Cloverbuds.
The Marshall County clubs and their locations are:
– Apaches: Maxwell Acres Community Center.
– Baler: Limestone.
– Bandits: Cameron.
– Creekrunners: Jefferson Avenue, Moundsville.
– Go Getters: Forkridge.
– Evershining: St. Joseph Village
– Farm Critters: Pleasant Valley.
– Hustlers: Dallas/Sandhill.
– Marshal: John Marshall High School.
– Climbers: Waymans Ridge.
– Ridgerunners: Bowman Ridge.
– Roadrunner: Sherard.
– Wildcat: Moundsville.
Marshall County 4-H Extension Agent Lisa Ingram said: We are more than many people think — we are not just for our livestock, we do projects based on cooking, photography, hiking, fishing, first aid, gardening, rockets, and anything else you can think of. I have. more. “
If you are interested in participating in Marshall County’s 4-H program, please call 304-843-1170.
Marshall County Schools Superintendent Shelby Haynes signed a proclamation making October International Alpha Delta Kappa Month in Marshall County. ADK is an international honorary association of women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism and world understanding.
A free movie is shown at the Moundsville Marshall County Public Library on Mondays at 6pm. ‘Emma’ is a romantic historical drama based on Jane Austen’s classic comedy novel.
At rated PG, it runs for 125 minutes.
For more information, please call the library at 304-845-6911.
The new season is off to a great start for the Cameron Blue & Gold Christian Center. It’s a “Serving Seniors” lunch program that serves lunches for he 40 to he 50 seniors on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
An average of 10 to 20 children attend the Kidz Kamp each day.
The Department of Addiction Recovery had several individuals at its first meeting. The thrift store accepts donations and volunteers work to stock the shelves.
The Blue & Gold Christian Center can be rented for parties. You can rent from thrift stores.
The next Mountaineer Food Bank Give Away in Cameron is October 19th from 11am to 12:30pm.
The Marshall County fall bin cleanup will resume this week (October 14-15).
Sites are located at the Glendale City Garage and 12th Street entrance to the Sam Shaw Walking Trail in Moundsville.Hours are 8am to 2pm
Trash cans will be installed at four other locations this month, including Cameron Elementary School and Roberts Ridge VFD Headquarters on October 22nd, and at Hilltop Elementary School in Sherard the following weekend, October 29th. Limestone VFD Headquarters on October 29th.
Residents of Marshall, Tyler, and Wetzel counties, West Virginia, and Monroe counties, Ohio, will collect household hazardous waste from the Covestro East parking lot at W.Va. are invited to bring
The Westlake/Covestro/Blue Racer Community Advisory Panel (CAP) sponsors this event. Participants should follow these guidelines to prepare for collection.
– Can accept latex and oil paints, used motor oil, antifreeze, transmissions, fluids, aerosol cans, car batteries, tires, and pesticides.
– Only items from home can be accepted.
– Keep items in their original containers and do not mix.
– If the goods must be shipped in non-original containers, they must be clearly and accurately labeled.
– Drivers and passengers must remain in the vehicle and follow instructions.
– No e-waste or natural gas cylinders accepted
– Drivers must sign a certificate stating that the waste they deliver is for domestic use. Forms are available on the site.
– Only 4 tires per car are accepted, but no rims.
Appalachian Outreach is sponsoring a “Fall Into Christmas” bazaar today at its training center within the walls of the former West Virginia Prison. Over 60 vendors will be selling Fall and Christmas items, along with many other attractions. There are door prizes, auctions, bingo and more.
Hours are 10am to 3pm
The Moundsville City Council approved Tuesday night an ordinance calling for the abandonment of the alleyway at 1313 Center Street sought by the Ashe Avenue Church of God.
The council also endorsed a recommendation by the Moundsville Planning Commission to change the zone to 1111 Fifth St.
Pastor CJ Proger of Ash Avenue Church of God announced November 1 as the opening date for The Future of Moundsville Youth Center.
It will be open from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday.
If you would like to donate to this project, please call Plogger at 304-845-5395.
An event scheduled a week ago at Grand View Park was canceled due to weather. Instead, another attraction with a different name, “Fallin’ into Fun,” will be held on Sunday. The event features inflatables, games, crafts, WVU extension activities, bubble wagons, sack races, find flurry, apple cider making, grand goud toss and more.
A free community day event is held adjacent to Red Barn.