The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic next Friday for people with autism and other development disorders.
The clinic will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 7, at Bible Center Church off Corridor G, according to a news release. A second clinic will be held the same time and place on Friday, May 28, for people who need second shots.
The clinic will be by appointment only. Those interested should call 304-348-8080 to schedule a time.The Charleston Gazette-Mail
A program of the West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office:
Friday, February 9, 2018 at 10 a.m.
Lower Rotunda, State Capitol
West Virginians with disabilities can now save without losing benefits thanks to the new WVABLE program.
Earnings on savings are tax-deferred and tax-free when used to pay for qualified expenses.
Financial Benefits Not Affected
Balances and distributions do not affect healthcare benefits.
The STABLE Card
Receive your own STABLE Card that can be used to spend money on qualified expenses.
Little Levels Heritage Fair
You are Invited to Join us at the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsboro, WV
June 25, 2017 – 2:00 PM
For A Talk and Time of Sharing To Honor and Celebrate
Tom and Betsy Edgar
Honored For their Inspiring and Brave Lives! They were Always in pursuit of a Better Life for all Disabled. Hear their Story, Remember their Accomplishments, Recall their Example, Think of how they Encouraged Individuals, Learn how they Blazed a Trail for Others And Celebrate these Two People who Cared Enough to Try!
Facilitator and Speaker: Martha Edgar Ness, MS/CTRS Therapist and Daughter of Tom and Betsy Edgar
See you there!
Support the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation – Accessibility Project
Let’s build the perfect accessibility to this old home we all love and cherish! Make Checks Payable to: Pearl S. Buck Birthplace – Accessibility Project, Hillsboro, West Virginia 24946