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Thursday, December 06 2012
We would like to thank the following business partners:
Advanced Auto, Alderman’s Pharmacy, Alderson Big Wheel, Alta Station, April’s Pizzeria, BJ’s Laundromat, Cardinal printing, Chrysalis Framing, Corner Market, Cornerstone Christian Bookstore, Cornerstone IGA, Edgarton Café &Bakery, Focus on You Salon, Frit’z Pharmacy, Frankford Elementerary School, Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy, Go Mart, Greenbrier Cut Flowers, Hair Fantastic, Greenbrier Bowling and Recreation, The Irish Pub on Washington Street, Jim’s Drive In, John Eye Big Sandy Superstore, Kitten’s Korner, Lowell’s Bakery, Martin & Jones, Mountain Heritage Floral, Neathawk’s Lumber and Supply, Post Net, Quick Essentials, Riverview Exxon, Ronceverte Elementary School, Schewel’s, Smoker friendly, Sunny Delite Tanning & Salon, The Station in union, The Very Thing, Tri-County Produce. Roger’s Subaru, The General Lewis Inn, Greenbrier Motors, Colonial Ford, Bill Lewis Chevrolet, Big Four Drug Store in Hinton
If your business is interested in getting involved with the Little Red Stocking Campaign, please call us at 304-647-3430
Thursday, December 06 2012
Join us this First Friday, December 7, for the festivities!
Get into the true holiday spirit by supporting your community. The United Way of the Greenbrier Valley is partnering with the Greenbrier Valley Convention and Visitor's Bureau and First Energy to bring you the 3rd annual Holiday by Design Finale.
Enjoy refreshments and live holiday music from Tony Haworth from 5-7pm. You will have the opportunity to view and bid on the holiday inspired decorative items through a silent auction, with the proceeds benefiting United Way. Vote for your favorite large tree for $1.00 and be entered into a drawing for an IPad! Proceeds from the voting go directly to the Warming Hearts and Hands, a fund that provides emergency heating assistance for families.
Large trees will be available for purchase at a live auction event at 7pm.Purchase a tree for yourself or donate it to a local non-profit organization. Cash, check or credit card accepted for all items.
Tuesday, November 23 2010
Visit Downtown Lewisburg at the Visitors Center to view all of the beautifully decorated Trees, wreaths and table top Décor. Special recognition to the best decorated tree will be the result of the public voting on their favorite tree. You can vote for your favorite Tree by donating $1.00 per vote! There will be a Silent Auction where all of the items are available for purchase through the Silent Auction. The proceeds of the Silent Auction will benefit United Way of the Greenbrier Valley.
Jill Allman designed “Candy Cane Lane” donated by Greenbrier Real Estate Service which displays an array of Red and Green Candy Canes and Striped ribbon. We are happy to be a part of donating to the local United Way of the Greenbrier Valley.
Special emphasis of the viewing and bidding will be made on First Friday’s on Friday, December 3rd and the Lewisburg Holiday Parade on Saturday, December 4th and the big event will take place at the Silent Auction which will be at the Business After Hours on Tuesday, December 7th