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RISE West Virginia to Offer Grants to Flood-Impacted Businesses

Photo by Jeff Jenkins/ Through RISE West Virginia, small business owners in 12-county flood zone can now apply for grants of up to $10,000, which won’t have to be paid back. Eligibility will be based on need and recommendations from a review committee. Larger grants may be available for special circumstances. The one-page application can be completed and submitted with any supporting materials to: West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Foundation c/o Parween Mascari 1624 Kanawha Boulevard East Charleston, WV...

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Donated Supplies Available at Rainelle Christian Academy

Rainelle Christian Academy (RCA) has ample supplies available for those affected by the flood and those in need in the community. Garrett Vestal shared this photo and information via social media, asking the public to “please share and send all the people you can to the RCA gym for free supplies, hygiene supplies, cleaning supplies, food, baby supplies, diapers, clothes, water, toys, shoes. Anything and everything anyone will need to get back on their feet. All totally free to the public.” The RCA gym will be open, tentatively, from 10am-3pm on Thursday, Friday and...

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Curb Side Pickup Extended

Please see immediate release regarding curb side pickup being extended. For Immediate Release: Date: July 25, 2016 To: All NGO’s, Public Officials and Public Good Afternoon Everyone, Based on further review and analysis from the aftermath of the disaster, curb side pickup will continue and a schedule of pick up locations will be posted at a later date this week. We appreciate your patience and understanding in the matter. Thank you for you cooperation and assistance. Al Whitaker, Director Greenbrier County Homeland Security and Emergency...

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