Pocahontas Woods striving for sustainability

Marlinton, WV – Pocahontas Woods, the wood-working education program, is searching for a way to become self-sustaining. That’s been an ongoing process, but the impending loss of a steady revenue stream has stepped up the urgency. Cooperation with a local community college could be part of the answer.

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Heather Niday

Heather is our Program Director and Traffic Manager. She started with Allegheny Mountain Radio as a volunteer deejay. She then joined the AMR staff in February of 2007. Heather grew up in the Richmond, Virginia, area and now lives in Arbovale, West Virginia with her husband Chuck. Heather is a wonderful flute player, and choir director for Arbovale UMC. You can hear Heather along with Chuck on Tuesday nights from 6 to 8pm as they host two hours of jazz on Something Different.

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