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Annual Music Festival
featured five bands starting at 1pm and into the night causing many to jump to their feet and dance. Many thanks to the Williamsburg Volunteer Fire Department for hosting and organizing this event, to all who donated skills and materials, and to all who attended. 9/14/2019
Some of the Parade Floats
from the Williamsburg Community Fair. Many thanks to all who joined the parade, the exhibits, and otherwise came out to enjoy the games, music, food, and fellowship. 7/27/2019
New shingles have been installed on the Picnic Shelter
Williamsburg Fire Department and Ruritan volunteers worked two very long and hot days removing old shingles, laying tar paper, and installing new shingles donated by a local family. Many, many thanks to all who pulled together on this one! 6/27/2019
New Floor Treatment For The Community Building
The previously sad-and-drab bare concrete floor now shines with a "terrific tan" two-part epoxy coating, with colored chips under the smooth surface adding interest. This major improvement brightens our lives, plus it is much easier to clean. Materials and labor were provided by a Greenbrier County Arts And Recreation Grant, awarded to our always-busy Williamsburg Community Action Group. A huge thank-you to Greenbrier County for supporting our community, and to our Community Action volunteers! 6/10/2019
Thank You to Everyone who helped make the 4/27/2019 revival of the Williamsburg Bear Dinner a success.
Easter Games, Crafts And Prizes For All The Kids
Plus snacks! Pictured are three "wild Hares" wearing the bunny hats they put together. L to R: Alexus Hill, Heidi Brown and Lane Brown. Thank you Williamsburg Ruritan Club for sponsoring this annual free community event! 4/14/2019
Creative Spirits Lifted
Painters of all levels enjoyed a creative afternoon with tips and guidance from Sandra Schmocker. Everyone took home their completed work, improved skills, and happy memories . Many thanks to our instructor, the Greenbrier County Health Alliance Grant, and our community volunteers for making it all happen. 4/7/2019
Thrift Shop Donates $500 To The Food Pantry
The Williamsburg Food Pantry provides monthly non-perishable box deliveries to more than 70 enrolled households, plus weekly perishable food giveaways to anyone and everyone who shows up. Every month, and every week, holidays included, our Food Pantry lovingly improves food security for our community. Many thanks to the Thrift Shop (maintained by the Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church) and all others who donate time and resources to support the Food Pantry. Pictured left to right: Jo Long, Tina Noe, and Litz Jarvis. 2/4/2019
Williamsburg Ruritan Club honors Rick Winfrey as a 2019 Community Champion
Rick Winfrey is a lifetime resident of Williamsburg. He and his wife Shirley, of 35 years, have raised two sons, Chris and Matthew and have three grandchildren, Lucious, Zaidon and Rose Marie.
Rick has been with fire and rescue for many years. He started with being a Junior member in 1974 and has been active since 1975. He worked in the coal mines and Jan-Care until recently and he now brings his talents to help the Williamsburg Fire Department more than ever, stepping up to be our Fire Chief.
Among the many contributions to our town, he has been working with others to reset and clean up the local cemeteries and working with the fire department to have the first annual Pig Pickin Bluegrass Festival fundraiser and he is also an active member in Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church. 1/7/2019
Unidentifiable Elves Helped The Williamsburg 4H Flying Falcons Bake Hundreds Of Cookies
and assemble hand-made greeting cards. The Williamsburg Ruritans provided apples, oranges, and stocking stuffers. Together, more than 100 take-home bags were packed for gifting at the Williamsburg Community Christmas Party. Thank you!
The Williamsburg Ruritan Club donated 20 Rudy Bears to The Seasons Place for their 14th Annual Bear Bash, Teddy Tree.
The Seasons Place will be collecting new teddy bears, stuffed animals, coloring books and crayons for the Children’s Shriner Hospital in Lexington KY through Dec 24, 2018. For more info please contact Rondell Stump-Pack at 304-645-4453, 177 Holt Lane, Lewisburg WV 24901. Pictured left to right: Rondell Stump-Pack, Business Office Manager; Debra Zahorenko, Ruritan member; Stephanie McCutcheon, Marketing Manager; not pictured Stan Zahorenko, PR Director Williamsburg Ruritan Club.