Preston Footnotes 8/19/18

Learning in Motion

A total of 441 Preston County youngsters took advance of the Learning in Motion bus this summer, Superintendent Steve Wotring reported last week. And 368 kids received meals through the program. (Meals were not offered at some stops, due to the time of day.)

“It was just a huge success,” Wotring said, crediting Lead Technology Integration Specialist Darla Moyers and Curriculum Director Michelle Berry as being behind the scenes, orchestrating the tour.

Enjoy history today

Today is another Preston County History Day. This allows everyone, to appreciate the contributions of earlier Prestonians.

Open for tours today are Arthurdale Heritage from 1–5 p.m.; Aurora Area Historical Society’s new museum from 1–4 p.m.; the James McGrew House in Kingwood, 1–3 p.m.; Szilagyi Center museums in Rowlesburg, 1–4 p.m.; Preston County History House, Terra Alta, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.; Tunnelton Train Depot, 1– 3 p.m.; and three outdoor Civil War Trail sites in Aurora and Rowlesburg.

Some sites charge admission. Parking is free.

Citizen of the Year

Nominations are being accepted for the City of Kingwood’s 2018 Citizen of the Year. Original numbered applications may be picked up at city hall 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and must be returned by Aug. 31.

Items for Preston  Footnotes can be sent to kingwood@dominionpost.com or faxed to 304-329-3001.

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