Kudos to Pendleton for supporting teachers in New River | Opinion

At Pendleton Community Bank for giving New River Elementary School teachers a gift to show their support for teachers in the community. Brittany Raynes, a Pendleton Community Bank employee who is also the mother of a freshman at New River Elementary School, delivered cups filled with candy, treats and pens to teachers and staff at school desk. “The administration and staff of New River Primary would like to thank the Pendleton Community Bank for their support. Community and parental support is essential to educate young children and keep them safe, ”said Marsha Bishop, deputy director of the NRP.

To the rebirth of charity, a miniature version of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, hosted by Kyle Petty, former NASCAR driver and current NBC Sports racing analyst. The Revival was a unique miniature version of his annual Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America. The group recently stopped near the New River Gorge area. The Charity Ride is an annual cross-country motorcycle ride that raises funds and promotes Victory Junction. Since 1995, more than 8,650 bikers have ridden 12.4 million cumulative motorcycle kilometers and raised more than $ 19 million for Victory Junction and other children’s charities.

For ResCare at Beckley, whose staff, residents and volunteers have recently given the Beckley Little League grounds a facelift. ResCare is a behavioral health agency that provides residential services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. About 30 people in the Little League fields mowed the grass, weeded, combed and collected the garbage. Cathy Redden, executive director of ResCare, said her staff and residents are always looking for ways to give back to the community.

To dozens of volunteers who helped with trail maintenance, facility upgrades and garbage cleanup recently in Grandview, part of New River Gorge National Park and Preserve, as part of National Public Lands Day . The day was created in 1994 with the aim of celebrating the connection between people and green spaces in their community, to inspire environmental stewardship and to encourage the use of open spaces for education, recreation and health benefits. It takes place every year on the fourth Saturday in September and is the largest day-long volunteer effort for public lands in the United States.

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