Matewan and Williamson, WV: Former HubCAP communities share their stories

To celebrate the kickoff of our latest HubCAP iteration, we collected stories from four communities that successfully completed the program in previous years. In these videos, you’ll learn from community leaders of Matewan and Williamson, WV who share their experiences of community capacity building. These communities have laid the groundwork for innovative tourism and public health initiatives to strengthen community impact and economic mobility in Southern West Virginia.

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