Wednesday, October 10, 2012 Pat With Students At Adult Learning Center In the work week, Wednesday is “hump day; in Beard’s Fork it was “click day.” While I can’t say we were humming to the tunes that Billy Payne sang last night, we were moving with a familiar rhythm to the jobs waiting for us […]
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A Volunteer Team Leader describes preparations for a Global Volunteers Team in West Virginia. I set to work in the morning getting things in order: moving desks and mattresses, sorting through bedding, making name signs for each dorm room. In between I got to know the two college interns who are in Beards Fork for the […]
We awoke to a freshly washed Beards Fork. The rain from last night cleared away and broke to a beautiful July morning. Breakfast was prepared by all and sleepy heads rubbed the dew from their eyes over hot coffee, tea, and the kind conversation of new friends. Artie arrived and formally began our work day. […]
To appreciate the beauty of West Virginia, whether it be: The rolling hills A babbling creek The New River Gorge The longest single-arch steel span bridge in the Western Hemisphere A coal mine, or The crafts of the artists at TamarackTo know and follow the wisdom and vision of Artie Mullins; To find the best […]