UPDATE: The Clarksburg-Harrison Cultural Foundation’s annual meeting has been rescheduled to Sunday, January 31, at 2PM 

On Sunday, January 24 January 31, the Clarksburg-Harrison Cultural Foundation will be holding its annual meeting at Waldomore in downtown Clarksburg. The meeting, which starts at 2PM and is open to the community, will feature a special performance by Rayme Pullen. Pullen will present Papillons, Op. 2 by Robert Schumann.

A West Virginia native, Pullen graduated from Liberty University in 2012 with a bachelors of music in piano performance. She is now a piano instructor both privately and at Fairmont State University Academy for the Arts.

The foundation will also be distributing over $13,800 in grants from the Foundation’s Community Arts Grant program to 18 local organizations. The organizations that will receive grants include Altered Productions, Allegro Strings Summer, Bridgeport HS Thespians, City of Shinnston, Clarksburg Farmers Market, Clarksburg Public Library, Fort New Salem, Madrigal Singers, Harrison County Art, Highland Hospital, Shinnston Community Band, Simpson Elementary School, Studio for the Performing Arts, St. Mary’s Grade School, WV Black Heritage Festival, WV CCC Museum, WV Heritage Crafts, and WV Historical Society.

Formed in 1972, the Clarksburg-Harrison Cultural Foundation was established to receive bequests, grants, gifts of money and other items of financial, cultural, and historic value. The Foundation serves as a cultural conduit for the community and its arts organizations.

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