Westmoreland Woman’s Club to meet April 8
HUNTINGTON — The Westmoreland Woman’s Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the clubhouse, 2962 Bradley Road in Huntington, behind the former Camden Road United Bank building.
Devotion will be by Courtney Parsley, with pledge to the flag led by Sandi Martin. Hostesses for the dinner will be Beverly Beldon and Marlene Thacker. Public health protocol will be observed.
For more information, contact Beverly Beldon, president, at 304-429-2108.
Sale to benefit Operation Christmas Child
KENOVA — A rummage sale to benefit Operation Christmas Child will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 9-10, at the First Independent Missionary Baptist Church Fellowship Hall at 847 13th St. in Park Circle, Kenova.
Furniture, clothing, books, glassware, food to go and parking are available. The sale is inside the fellowship hall and will go on rain or shine.
WorkForce warns of new texting, fraudulent scam
CHARLESTON — WorkForce West Virginia warns a fraudulent texting scam has been launched throughout West Virginia and the nation.
WorkForce officials say people are receiving text alerts that inform the recipient “there are issues with their West Virginia insurance claim,” and a website link is provided for the recipient to click.
The site is fraudulent and is designed to look like the WorkForce website.
The WorkForce fraud unit is cooperating with authorities to determine the source of this activity.
For more information, to report fraud, schedule a call with a WorkForce representative or access the online claimant system, visit www.workforcewv.org.
Sexual assault support group meets on Zoom
HUNTINGTON — CONTACT Rape Crisis Center is running a sexual assault support group that meets virtually at 6 p.m. each Tuesday.
This group is for survivors of sexual violence, human trafficking and stalking. The goal of the group is to create a safe space for survivors to share, explore and learn.
Login information for the Zoom meeting can be found on CONTACT’s website, www.contacthuntington.com.
Donations sought for Old Docks Creek Cemetery
KENOVA — In preparation for the upcoming mowing season, the Old Docks Creek Cemetery Board asks that all ground decorations be removed by March 31. Anything remaining after that date will be removed and disposed of by the board.
The Old Docks Creek Perpetual Care Corp. is a nonprofit corporation. The current interest rate in the cemetery’s perpetual care investment fund does not generate enough income to properly maintain the cemetery at this time. Therefore, the fund is dependent on financial support.
The recent ice storm caused significant tree damage at the cemetery, resulting in additional unexpected and significant cleanup costs. Donations to the Old Docks Creek Mowing Fund are tax deductible and may be sent to: Old Docks Creek Cemetery Mowing Fund, Kelli Ferguson, Treasurer, 2106 Booth Road, Kenova, WV 25530.