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Wed May 21, 2014
What's Next, West Virginia?
What's next for West Virginia? That's a question that will be posed to community members at meetings across the state in the coming months. The West Virginia Center for Civic Life promotes local dialogue to challenge us to talk about problems and find solutions to better the quality of life here. The center is holding its 18th annual Civic Life Institute at the University of Charleston on June 4 and 5. The institute will train citizens from across the state to hold and facilitate local meetings to find out what's next for West Virginia. Center director Betty Knighton and Catherine Moore, an Appalachian Transition Fellow assigned to the project, stopped by our studios to talk with West Virginia Morning host Beth Vorhees about the initiative.