BY BRI CLARK FOR WBOY
Today and every day our WBOY family is grateful for the sacrifices our veterans have made. In this month’s celebrating volunteers, we are thanking Dorian James.
Dorian James has been a staple in the community of Clarksburg for more than two decades. Over the past 27 years, James has been a part of the annual Black Heritage Festival that takes place in Downtown Clarksburg.
Although the festival only takes place for three days during the month of September, the work does not stop there. Outreach efforts continue throughout the year at the Kelly Miller Community Center.
“Throughout the year, the festival is doing things in the community that support and encourage people doing things. Getting engaged, being involved. That’s pretty much one of the biggest reasons why I like doing what I’m doing through the group,” said James…