FROM: Cathy Bonnstetter Service League of Morgantown publicity co-chair firstname.lastname@example.org (304) 680-3550 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Scholastic Book Fair at Old Stone House July 9 Morgantown Service League will hold their annual Scholastic Book Fair from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, July 9, Arts Walk Saturday, in front of their retail shop, The Old Stone House, located at 313 Chestnut St. The sale starts online Friday, July 8 and runs through Friday, July 15 on the Scholastic Book
You're invited to our first SPEED NETWORKING event!! This is your chance to meet friendly, like-minded business professionals in a fun atmosphere with no pressure. It will be a fun and fast way to get connected without feeling awkward! Entering and exiting conversations is all done for you! Speed networking is an exciting and efficient way to make several great connections in a short amount of time. Be comfortable, and enjoy an easy process to connect with other businesses who are ready to connect with you!
TRAMPOLINE SAFETY Q: We just bought a trampoline for our children and my neighbor said that their chiropractor thought trampolines are dangerous. What is your opinion on this fun backyard activity for kids… and why? A: The image of a child bouncing gleefully on a backyard trampoline may be a pleasing one in theory. I think there are tremendous balance, coordination and muscle training benefits to be gained for youngsters using one. Just think of all the muscle groups being honed and exercised
BALTIMORE—Executive Alliance recently named First United Corporation to the 20/20 Honor Roll: Gender Diversity in Maryland. The Executive Alliance celebrates gender diversity in Maryland’s boardrooms and promotes women leader in Maryland by highlighting companies that include at least 20% women in their executive leadership and boards of directors. Honor Roll companies include publicly traded companies headquartered in Maryland, the largest hospitals, colleges and universities and nonprofit
NEWS RELEASEContact: Bethany Hornbeck President & CEO O: 844.234.2899 x701 C: 412.680.8600 email@example.com Alabama Students on Road to Success with Roadmap Developed at WVUJune 16, 2022, Morgantown, WV -- The future of healthcare shines brighter in Alabama this week when underrepresented students begin benefitting from an innovative program to prepare them for college — and a rewarding career in nursing and other biomedical fields. With 34 incoming high school freshmen from Alabama’s
PREGNANCY AND YOUR BACK Pregnancy is a beautiful state. But it can also bring some physical discomfort as your body changes. Lumbar pain, which is lower back pain, can develop as your center of gravity shifts and pulls your posture out of line. Because your balance may be off just a bit, be a little more careful when doing normal things like walking and running, lifting a laundry basket, climbing or descending stairs and rolling over in bed. To minimize back pain, here are some other tips: • Don’t
Morgantown, WV — Monongalia County workers whose jobs were eliminated or hours reduced since March 2020 are eligible for the Monongalia County Adult Workforce Retraining Scholarship, which offers scholarships for trade, technical, and certificate programs for individuals who had significant work disruptions while employed in Monongalia County. The scholarship, offered through Your Community Foundation of North Central West Virginia, Inc. (YCF), helps recipients cover education and related expenses as
GRANVILLE, W.Va. (May 24, 2022) – UScellular has promoted Desarae Freeman to store manager in Granville located at 1047 Target Way in Morgantown. In this role, Desarae is responsible for leading her team of wireless technology experts to help customers select the devices, plans and consumer electronics to best meet their needs. Desarae comes to Granville from Oakland, Md. and has three years of wireless/sales experience. “At UScellular we work hard to ensure our associates are equipped with the knowledge