We covered a lot this morning on Panhandle Live. Sue Flannigan from the West Virginia University Extension Service gave us some tips for canning food. Learn more with a phone call (304) 264-1936 or online at www.berkeleyextension.com.
John Christensen filled us in on Solar 101, a new offering coming this fall to Blue Ridge Community and Technical College. The program is being funded through a Department of Labor grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Work Force WV, and the WV Community and Technical College System.
Dr. Peter Checkovich and Ann Shipway took a break from packing to talk about their new campus. They will make the move this week and have a big celebration Aug. 3. Dr. Checkovich also spoke about the space the college will start using in the former War memorial Hospital in Mogran County. You can learn more about Blue Ridge at their website http://www.blueridgectc.edu/
Judy Boykin and Cheryl Durst spoke about some legislation they hope to get in place to protect animals in the area. They also talked about opportunities to have pets spayed and neutered. Check out Judy's pin in honor of the millions of animals euthanized across the country each year. Find out how to help http://www.animaladvocateswv.com/