We at The Hub are thrilled to announce the newest addition to our Executive Leadership Team, Katie Loudin.
One of the most significant challenges many of us who are serving communities right now may be facing right now is how to keep up our own energy so we can stay in the game of helping people.
The WV-based AmeriCorps VISTAs (Volunteers in Service to America) who serve organizations across the state through The Hub’s VISTA program were recently discussing this very thing – and they decided they were in a position to organize and take action.
They decided to work together to assemble a list of new and different ways to take care of yourself from home. They’re all working collaboratively in a regularly updated Google Doc to add new resources as they come across them.
The resources listed are all free to access, and include things you can do inside or outside, for kids and adults!
If there’s a resource you’ve used that’s not on the list, and want to share it, feel free to send it to me at e.mcgrath@wvhub!
The Small Communities, BIG Solutions Conference Awards Selection Committee is now seeking nominations of real southern West Virginia success stories.
Last fall, we kicked off our HubCAP (Communities of Achievement Program) in six communities working on the Mon Forest Towns initiative: Cowen, Elkins, Franklin, Marlinton, Petersburg and White Sulphur Springs.