<strong>Social media strategy<\/strong>\r\nPlan ahead for the Preston Chamber\u2019s July 19 Lunch and Learn session. Luke Nesler of Impakt Media will teach how to get attention online using social media and how to turn it into sales for your business. This free seminar sponsored by the chamber and the WVU Women\u2019s Business Center will be noon-1 p.m. at a location to be announced.\r\nInfo: 304-329-0576\r\n<strong>Documents quilts at fest<\/strong>\r\nARTHURDALE \u2014 Owners of quilts made before 1970 can document them for future generations at the Arthurdale New Deal Festival, on July 14. The West Virginia Quilt Documentation Project is sponsored by West Virginia Quilters Inc., in collaboration with the West Virginia Division of Culture and History.\r\nVolunteers will examine the quilts and record facts about them and the quilters who made them, as well as photograph them. The information will be stored in the archives of the Division of Culture and History in Charleston and a national online database, quiltindex.org.\r\nDocumentation is free, but appointments should be made for between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. There is a limit of two items per person.\r\nTo make an appointment, contact Kathy Opel, at Kopel@yahoo.com or 304-329-1287.\r\nInfo: wvquilters.org.\r\n<strong>Summer countdown<\/strong>\r\nWant proof that summer is counting down? It is less than 60 days until the opening day of Preston County schools for grades first through 12. Those students return to classes Aug. 21.\r\nKindergarteners will be in the classroom Aug. 23, and pre-k students will start Aug. 27.