Situated in the heart of Greenbrier County’s historic, scenic Midland Trail, Rainelle is rich in history, surrounded by beauty and ripe for growth. A special HISTORY page has been developed so that you may glimpse into the past as we move forward.
What does Rainelle have in common with Major League baseball, Time magazine and The Waldor-Astoria Hotel? You will be pleasantly surprised!
Town of Rainelle, WV shared Meadow River Valley Initiative's post.Monday, September 25th, 2017 at 7:10am Town of Rainelle, WV shared Meadow River Valley Initiative's post.Sunday, September 24th, 2017 at 9:52pm Meadow River Valley Initiative
MRV Steering Committee Meeting
9/28/2017 @ 7PM @ Alfredo's, Rainelle, WV
Everyone that wants to help shape this organization and the future of the Meadow River Valley is invited to attend.
Town of Rainelle, WV shared Meadow River Valley Initiative's post.Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 at 10:22am Town of Rainelle, WV shared Meadow River Valley Initiative's post.Monday, September 18th, 2017 at 6:30am Meadow River Valley Initiative
Looks like there are a lot of people that would like to see regular support local business / town cruise events. Who would like to serve on a team to help get this started?
Remember the good days when cruising Rainelle and hanging out with friends was the best part of every weekend?
What does everyone think about scheduling regular support local business / town cruise in events? At least once a quarter or once per month, we can schedule an event during the day where everyone supports our local businesses followed that evening by getting people cruising town again, have live music, tailgating, etc. All being family friendly events. We envision businesses and churches set up along Main Street where people could stop to socialize and have a great time. Events could be scheduled in other MRV towns/communities, all in an effort to get people together to support local businesses and have fun.
Let us know your thoughts. Please share and comment (in a respectful manner). Let's get this started ASAP. As always, we need people that are willing to do, not just willing to say.
News/Talk 1400 WRON
On Monday, September 18th News/Talk 1400 will be broadcasting the Road Bond Forum live from the Cecil Underwood Building at the State Fair Events Center at 5 p.m. But before that happens, you can call in your questions to Delegate Stephen Baldwin during Good Day Greenbrier Monday morning at 9:10 a.m. Call in your questions to 304 645-1400.