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When: November 19 & 20, 2020
Where: Bridgeport Best Western, Imperial Room, Bridgeport, WV
Who: Newly Elected Commissioners & 1st Time Veteran Commissioners - CONFERENCE & LODGING are FREE!

You need to call hotel & make your reservation. Billing will be addressed at conference.

Lodging: $85+ Rate Check-in time is 3:00 PM and Check-out is Noon. (Don’t forget a copy of your county’s tax-exempt form.)

Reservation Info:
Room block reference: CCAWV
Reservation deadline: November 10th.
Bridgeport Best Western phone number: 304-842-5411

Registration Fee:
$125.00 Per County Attendee – does not include newly elected or 1st time veteran commissioners

Cancellation Policy:

There will be no penalty for cancellations received on or before November 10, 2020. | November 11, 2020 and thereafter, all no-shows will be charged the full registration amount.

We apologize for the need to adopt this policy, but on this date, the costs for meals, room rentals, refreshments, etc. are incurred on your behalf, even when you cancel, the Association is responsible with covering the cost.


  • 1st Place ($500 for student and teacher) – Maylie Jackson, Mountaineer Middle, Monongalia County; Teacher – Robyn Addie
  • 2nd Place ($300) – Sophia Saurino, West Preston Middle, Preston County; Teacher – Angela Knisell
  • 3rd Place ($200) – Hannah Starcher, Winfield Middle, Putnam County; Teacher – Angie Withrow

Honorable Mention ($50 for each student):

  • CJ Gerwig, Braxton Middle, Braxton County; Teacher – Lori Dittman
  • Neha Chandrasekar, Dunbar Middle, Kanawha County; Teacher – Kathryn West
  • Helen Honecker, Mountaineer Middle, Monongalia County; Teacher – Robin Addie
  • Laura Moreland, West Preston Middle, Preston County; Teacher – Angela Knisell
  • Carley Bird, Winfield Middle, Putnam County; Teacher – Angie Withrow

New emergency rule for retailers that are allowed to remain open during the pandemic. It sets occupancy limits (3 customers per 1,000 sq ft in grocery stores; 2 per 1,000 sq ft in other retailers) and other guidelines:


Charleston, W. Va.  In response to the declaration of a State of Emergency due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Secretary of State Mac Warner encourages West Virginians to take advantage of absentee by mail and early voting options ahead of the May 12 Primary Election. 

Warner announced Wednesday that voters who do not wish to vote in person due to the Coronavirus pandemic are eligible to request an absentee ballot by mail. Voters may still vote in-person during Early Voting, from April 29 to May 9, and on Election Day, May 12.

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