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UP: Returning from the annual Kiwanis of Williamstown spaghetti dinner, just one of many similar events making a return this year after two years under pandemic restrictions. Clubs supported by Kiwanis include the Key Club, Builders Club and K-Kid’s Club at Williamstown High/Middle School and Williamstown Elementary School. “They must promote leadership skills, citizenship, service and service to others,” said club president Susie Woodard. “They do all kinds of wonderful things.” Indeed they do, and it is also wonderful to see the organization as a whole being able to return to its annual fundraiser.

DOWN: To those who take advantage of West Virginia in hopes of supporting Ukrainians by ripping them off. “Putin’s war on Ukraine has created a humanitarian crisis and people around the world have responded with generosity and kindness,” he added. said state attorney general Patrick Morrisey. “Unfortunately, there are still those who would take advantage of people’s willingness to give.” Be smart and careful, ladies and gentlemen. Thoroughly vet ANY individual or organization requesting donations.

UP: To the many music students at Wood County Schools who have been appointed to all-state choir, band, and orchestra, as well as solo and ensemble. It takes a lot of hard work to perform well enough to receive such recognition. Well done, friends!

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