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Debrina Williams, director of The Logan County Chamber of Commerce (LCCC), and Ronald Jones discuss a project at the CEDAR fair at Chief Logan Conference Center. The LCCC hosted their Business After Hours Wednesday evening at the 15th CEDAR (Coal Education Development and Resource) of Southern West Virginia Regional Coal Fair. The fair features projects focused on coal from students in grades from Kindergarten thru 12 grade. Projects compete in seven categories, Science, Math, Social Studies, English/Literature, Music, Art, and Technology/Multimedia. Students from Mingo, Logan, Boone, McDowell, Wyoming, and Wayne Counties compete for prize money while learning about coal and the importance of coal in our daily lives. The displays will be open to the public today and Friday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.


Debrina Williams, director of The Logan County Chamber of Commerce (LCCC), and Ronald Jones discuss a project at the CEDAR fair at Chief Logan Conference Center. The LCCC hosted their Business After Hours Wednesday evening at the 15th CEDAR (Coal Education Development and Resource) of Southern West Virginia Regional Coal Fair. The fair features projects focused on coal from students in grades from Kindergarten thru 12 grade. Projects compete in seven categories, Science, Math, Social Studies, English/Literature, Music, Art, and Technology/Multimedia. Students from Mingo, Logan, Boone, McDowell, Wyoming, and Wayne Counties compete for prize money while learning about coal and the importance of coal in our daily lives. The displays will be open to the public today and Friday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Debrina Williams, director of The Logan County Chamber of Commerce (LCCC), and Ronald Jones discuss a project at the CEDAR fair at Chief Logan Conference Center. The LCCC hosted their Business After Hours Wednesday evening at the 15th CEDAR (Coal Education Development and Resource) of Southern West Virginia Regional Coal Fair. The fair features projects focused on coal from students in grades from Kindergarten thru 12 grade. Projects compete in seven categories, Science, Math, Social Studies, English/Literature, Music, Art, and Technology/Multimedia. Students from Mingo, Logan, Boone, McDowell, Wyoming, and Wayne Counties compete for prize money while learning about coal and the importance of coal in our daily lives. The displays will be open to the public today and Friday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Debrina-Williams_Ronald-Jones-CMYK.jpgDebrina Williams, director of The Logan County Chamber of Commerce (LCCC), and Ronald Jones discuss a project at the CEDAR fair at Chief Logan Conference Center. The LCCC hosted their Business After Hours Wednesday evening at the 15th CEDAR (Coal Education Development and Resource) of Southern West Virginia Regional Coal Fair. The fair features projects focused on coal from students in grades from Kindergarten thru 12 grade. Projects compete in seven categories, Science, Math, Social Studies, English/Literature, Music, Art, and Technology/Multimedia. Students from Mingo, Logan, Boone, McDowell, Wyoming, and Wayne Counties compete for prize money while learning about coal and the importance of coal in our daily lives. The displays will be open to the public today and Friday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
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