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Panhandle Live for July 31, 2012
by Hans Fogle,posted Jul 31 2012 6:51AM
The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capitol 2012 Women of Distinction were with us this morning. his year’s recipients are Leslie Crabill from Berkeley County, Ora Dixon from Jefferson County, and Stacy Dugan from Morgan County. They shared a lot about who they are and how they got where they are today.
Leslie Crabill, Vice President & Trust Officer, Program Manager for
BCT Investments at BCT, the Bank of Charles Town
Ora Dixon, Biologist/Training Specialist/Course Leader U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Conservation Training Center
Stacy Dugan, Dietitian War Memorial Hospital, Valley Health Systems & President Morgan County Commission
Also with us via telephone this morning State Senator Mike Hall. He is running for WV Treasurer on the Republican side. He spoke a bit about his own background in finance and how he thought it would contribute to the office. Learn more about his campaign at http://www.hallwv.com/.
And Mike Withrow joined us to talk turkey... and other poultry. Mike is presenting in this year's Berkeley County Youth Fair. He explained to us that there's more to raising poultry than you might imagine. Check out what's happening at the fair online now http://www.berkeleycountyyouthfair.org/