CALHOUN COUNTY, WV
Ready for change, ready for a future.
Calhoun County, West Virginia is full. Full of people with huge hearts, strong work ethics, and steadfast loyalty to their community.
Calhoun County is waiting. Waiting for things to be the way they used to be, before the town’s community hub – the community high school – was closed and the shops and surrounding town started to die off.
Calhoun County is hopeful. Hopeful about the plans The 1982 Foundation, started by Calhoun High School Class of 1982, has for turning the school into a thriving community center, the Calhoun County Community Center.
Calhoun County is watching and engaged in the effort to build the center.
Calhoun County is ready. Ready for change, ready for a future.
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Learn what happened when Calhoun High was closed.
Why The 1982 Foundation purchased the school
Exciting plans for the future Calhoun County Community Center.
From the time it was built in the early 1900’s, Calhoun High has been the anchor to the community and central to the provision of opportunity for the county’s youth.
News outlets all over West Virginia and beyond have been watching and reporting on the inspiring efforts of Houners intent on creating a better future for the county.
Here is where you can find details about how to get involved, including how to make donations.
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