Throughout The Hub’s work in Pendleton and Grant Counties in our HubCAP (Hub Communities of Achievement Program) the common theme of collaboration and shared assets was a constant.
HubCAP V isn’t your typical training program. It combines fun and hard work to spur community engagement that generates real results.
This tight-knit community experience is why we jumped at the opportunity to participate in the fifth iteration of the Hub Communities of Achievement Program (HubCAP V).
Our group was able to quickly identify our why, which meant our common values, beliefs and themes came together.
Weston is one of five communities joining The Hub in the fifth iteration of the Hub Communities of Achievement Program.
When the term “HubCAP” was first tossed around we had no idea what anyone was referring to. However, over the last few months, the program has presented opportunities to work with a passionate group of people.
We are so excited that The Hub Communities of Achievement Program’s (HubCAP V) fifth iteration is in full swing and our community teams are ready to put in the work.
The Hub will implement HubCAP V in five rural communities in West Virginia, focusing on accelerating community-led economic development efforts.
Petersburg and Elkins decided to develop their towns to make them more attractive to visitors in-person and through marketing.
The fourth iteration of the Hub Communities of Achievement Program (HubCAP IV) has concluded and our communities really showed up for the work.