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DNR hosts 12th annual state archery tournament

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources hosted the 12th Annual West Virginia Archery in the Schools State Tournament at the Charleston Civic Center Saturday, March 25.

New Hope Animal Rescue sponsoring eighth annual Bowl-A-Thon

New Hope Animal Rescue, a no-kill animal sanctuary, is sponsoring its eighth annual Bowl-A-Thon for Animals on Sunday, April 2, at Town N Country Lanes in Nitro.

Kanawha County Schools’ man collects photos of old schools
Kanawha County Schools’ man collects photos of old schools

John Smith likes to talk about how clean and orderly he keeps his mailroom at the main offices of Kanawha County Schools.

Charleston Family YMCA to offer spring break tennis camp

For the upcoming spring break, the Charleston Family YMCA is offering a tennis camp for ages 6 through 15.

Winners named in KCS Young Writers Contest

The students listed below were winners in the Kanawha County Schools 2016-2017 Young Writers Contest. These students will be recognized at a KCS Young Writers Tea event on April 18 at South Charleston High School.

SHS Easter egg hunt Saturday to help meet child’s medical costs
SHS Easter egg hunt Saturday to help meet child’s medical costs

West Side-based Alto Design Character Parties will host an extraordinary Easter Egg hunt from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at Sissonville High School.

UKVRG hosting listening sessions to bolster Upper Kanawha Valley economic restoration
UKVRG hosting listening sessions to bolster Upper Kanawha Valley economic restoration

The Upper Kanawha Valley Revitalization Group will host a three-day series of listening sessions, entitled “Seizing Opportunities: Your Voices ... Your Valley,” to provide area residents with a voice in advancing emerging opportunities,...

Eric Douglas: Take time to listen to other ‘truths’

Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to listen to two men speak and what they said still resonates with me.

Farmer’s Table: Easy White Chili
Farmer’s Table: Easy White Chili

Some would argue that White Chili is not chili at all, just as there are those who say red chili should never contain beans. Chili lovers have strong opinions about what constitutes a good chili.

FestivALL returning for 13th year
FestivALL returning for 13th year

FestivALL Charleston, named a Top 20 Event by the Southeast Tourism Society again for 2017, celebrates its 13th year June 16-25.

Friends of Sojourner’s Style Show coming to Charleston

The 27th annual Friends of Sojourner’s Style Show is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 8 at the Woman’s Club of Charleston headquarters, 1600 Virginia St., E., Charleston.

Elk River boxers compete in Elkins
Elk River boxers compete in Elkins

David Malcomb and Mason McCann from the Elk River Boxing Club in Clendenin competed in the 15th annual Elkins Toughman Contest held at Elkins High School on March 10 and 11.

Farmer’s Table: Banana Cheesecake
Farmer’s Table: Banana Cheesecake

Bananas are one of the most popular and widely consumed fruits in the world. They are a staple food crop for millions of people in developing countries. They are considered critical to global food security and serve as a valuable, year-round food...

Eric Douglas: Bagging the bags (Part 2)
Eric Douglas: Bagging the bags (Part 2)

Judging from the emails and comments I received from the column two weeks ago about getting rid of plastic bags, I touched a nerve.

Registration available for WVGA 2017 golf tournaments
Registration available for WVGA 2017 golf tournaments

The West Virginia Golf Association is accepting registrations for 2017 tournaments, some of which will be held in Kanawha and Putnam counties. To register and find out more about each event, go to: www.wvga.org

High school rodeo competition riding into Winfield March 31-April 2
High school rodeo competition riding into Winfield March 31-April 2

More than 100 young riders from throughout West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina and Maryland will saddle up to compete in a rodeo contest later this month in Winfield.

Anchor Supply keeps businesses humming
Anchor Supply keeps businesses humming

From mop heads to soda straws, to plastic cups and hand sanitizers, Anchor Supply Company in Dunbar has it.

Native bees workshop planned Saturday
Native bees workshop planned Saturday

If you thought honey bees were beneficial, sit back and listen to Rob O’Quinn fill you in on the importance of mason bees and leafcutter bees, which are native to North America.

Kanawha Valley Monopoly Club meets Thursday
Kanawha Valley Monopoly Club meets Thursday

The recently organized Kanawha Valley Monopoly Club will meet for gamesmanship and fellowship at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 23 on the fifth floor of the Odd Fellows Building, 717 Lee St. in Charleston.

‘Nitro Alive 1917-2017’
‘Nitro Alive 1917-2017’

As Nitro’s yearlong centennial celebration continues, a group of citizens has prepared a play that summarizes the town’s history and pays homage to those who contributed to its longevity.

WVU Tech Golden Bear Weekend slated for April in Beckley
WVU Tech Golden Bear Weekend slated for April in Beckley

West Virginia University Institute of Technology’s 2017 Golden Bear Weekend will be held Friday, April 7 and Saturday, April 8 in and near Beckley.

Former Gauley Bridge High site finds new life as community center
Former Gauley Bridge High site finds new life as community center

There’s a different type of music being played at the one-time Gauley Bridge High School bandroom and auditorium these days.

USAF Blue Aces to perform at Riverside
USAF Blue Aces to perform at Riverside

The public is invited to a free concert by the United States Air Force Blue Aces music ensemble next week in Belle.

JADCO to present school, public performances of ‘Second Sara’
JADCO to present school, public performances of ‘Second Sara’

Music, movement and a contemporary message will mesh when The Academy of Arts at January’s JADCO Contemporary Dance Company presents its spring 2017 concert, “Second Sara,” on March 23 and 24 at the Culture Center Theater in...

Farmer’s Table: Salmon Patties
Farmer’s Table: Salmon Patties

Salmon patties are a perfect pantry meal for those occasions when you don’t have a dinner plan or you are short on time. They are a fairly inexpensive, quick stovetop meal.

Eric Douglas: Conversation starters about St. Patrick
Eric Douglas: Conversation starters about St. Patrick

For many people, St. Patrick’s Day is about shamrocks, drinking green beer and parties. Most people don’t realize who St. Patrick was.

UKVRG hosting listening sessions to bolster Upper Kanawha Valley economic restoration
UKVRG hosting listening sessions to bolster Upper Kanawha Valley economic restoration

The Upper Kanawha Valley Revitalization Group will host a three-day series of listening sessions, entitled “Seizing Opportunities: Your Voices ... Your Valley,” to provide area residents with a voice in advancing emerging opportunities,...

New Dunbar Senior Center opens in lower level of City Hall
New Dunbar Senior Center opens in lower level of City Hall

The City of Dunbar unveiled its new senior center on Thursday, March 9, with a a grand opening and open house that featured cake, refreshments, guest speakers and a good-sized crowd of well-wishers who gave the facility a thumbs-up.

Nitro library’s early literacy station gives pre-schoolers a head start
Nitro library’s early literacy station gives pre-schoolers a head start

The bright colors, happy music and animated characters are giving young visitors to the Nitro Public Library plenty of reasons to return again.

Longtime Cross Lanes UMC preschool teacher retiring
Longtime Cross Lanes UMC preschool teacher retiring

A kind and loving presence makes an indelible impression on young children, and those attributes have made Lin Lacaria, or “Ms. Lin,” as her students call her, an unforgettable preschool teacher.

Elk River Boots & Saddle Club to host spring show/fundraiser in Winfield Saturday
Elk River Boots & Saddle Club to host spring show/fundraiser in Winfield Saturday

The Elk River Boots & Saddle Club will host a Kicking in Spring 2017 program to prepare horses and their riders for the upcoming season.

Christian’s Sports Beat: Detroit Tigers pitcher, Hurricane native playing at World Baseball Classic
Christian’s Sports Beat: Detroit Tigers pitcher, Hurricane native playing at World Baseball Classic

A former Hurricane High School Redskins pitcher, now a member of the Detroit Tigers, is playing for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic, which began earlier this week when Israel and Korea played in Seoul, South Korea.

Farmer’s Table: Poppy Seed Yeast Bread
Farmer’s Table: Poppy Seed Yeast Bread

I’ve tested many new recipes through the years. I try to make notes indicating those that are worth saving. Sometimes I file the recipes in a binder. Sometimes I file them on the computer. Many times I lose them … forever.

Toyota donates $250K to Clay Center for STEM exhibits
Toyota donates $250K to Clay Center for STEM exhibits

Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia has donated $250,000 to the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences in Charleston to help create a new series of STEM-related exhibits.

Area students compete in W.Va. Poetry Out Loud finals

Five area students were among 39 from across West Virginia who recited poems by Walt Whitman, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Maya Angelou, Charleston native Rita Mae Reese and others during the 2017 state Poetry Out Loud state finals competition March 3 and 4...

UKVRG hosting listening sessions to bolster Upper Kanawha Valley growth

The Upper Kanawha Valley Revitalization Group will hold a series of listening sessions to provide Upper Kanawha Valley residents with a voice in lifting up emerging opportunities (tourism, local foods, and other sectors) and identifying the building...

Area residents receive WVU degrees
Area residents receive WVU degrees

According to the West Virginia University website, the following area residents graduated in December from WVU:

Agriculture workshop coming to Point Pleasant

The Western Conservation District, encompassing Putnam, Jackson and Mason counties, will host the 27th annual agriculture workshop at the West Virginia Farm Museum in Point Pleasant.

Area Lenten services

The following Lenten services are scheduled at these Catholic and other denominational churches:

Gateway Christian’s Tenth annual Jesus Prom moves to SAHS
Gateway Christian’s Tenth annual Jesus Prom moves to SAHS

It’s got all the makings of a big night, and it’s for a very special group of people.

Lenten fish ‘Frydays’ return to St. Anthony
Lenten fish ‘Frydays’ return to St. Anthony

In observance of the 2017 Lenten season, St. Anthony Catholic Church on Charleston’s West Side is again hosting its crowd-pleasing Fish “Frydays” dinners for parishioners and visitors.

Eric Douglas: Bagging plastic bag use
Eric Douglas: Bagging plastic bag use

I recently read about a new grocery store that wraps everything in plastic before you take it home. You are supposed to remove the plastic wrap before you put your things away. They have a bin at the store entrance where you can bring the wrapping...

Movies, coloring and more on tap at Cross Lanes Branch Library

The Cross Lanes Branch Library has a number of activities scheduled in the coming weeks. They include:

Breast cancer survivor seeking a few good ‘Peeps’ for Komen walk
Breast cancer survivor seeking a few good ‘Peeps’ for Komen walk

Breast cancer survivor Patty Shirk is on the lookout for those with able feet, giving spirits and kind hearts to join her at the 17th annual Susan G. Komen West Virginia Race for the Cure this spring.

West Virginia Model Train and Toy Show chugs into Dunbar this weekend
West Virginia Model Train and Toy Show chugs into Dunbar this weekend

Kanawha United Model Railroaders Association members will be the conductors for the annual West Virginia Model Train and Toy Show this weekend at the Dunbar Parks and Recreation Community Center in Dunbar.

Story of Henry Box Brown comes to Kanawha libraries
Story of Henry Box Brown comes to Kanawha libraries

He was a magician, a “mesmerist” and a noted speaker and showman who left America and found a new life in England.

Free prom gowns available at Ronda’s Closet
Free prom gowns available at Ronda’s Closet

A virtual rite of spring for decades now, prom season will be returning to area high schools in coming weeks.

Sweet Charity dessert competition being served for third year on Thursday
Sweet Charity dessert competition being served for third year on Thursday

Faith in Action of the Greater Kanawha Valley will hold its third annual Sweet Charity event from 7 until 9 p.m. Thursday, March 2, at the Columbia Pipeline Group auditorium, 1700 MacCorkle Ave., Charleston.

Farmer’s Table: Tapenade Pinwheels
Farmer’s Table: Tapenade Pinwheels

Tapenade is one of my favorite condiments. I usually keep a jar on hand, because it makes a quick appetizer or snack spread atop cream cheese and a cracker or toasted bread.

Sissonville, Hoover show choirs to compete in state festival
Sissonville, Hoover show choirs to compete in state festival

The West Virginia State Show Choir Festival will be held at Hurricane High School in Putnam County this month, expanded to a two-day competitive event this year.

Eric Douglas: Don’t lose weight for summer -- get healthy
Eric Douglas: Don’t lose weight for summer -- get healthy

Lately, I’ve already seen an uptick in commercials for “diet” plans and weight-loss formulas showing young people frolicking on the beach.

UKVRG hosting listening sessions to bolster Upper Kanawha Valley growth

The Upper Kanawha Valley Revitalization Group will hold a series of listening sessions to provide Upper Kanawha Valley residents with a voice in lifting up emerging opportunities (tourism, local foods, and other sectors) and identifying the building...

County students win Math Field Day honors
County students win Math Field Day honors

Winners of the recent Kanawha County Secondary Math Field Day competition have been announced. They will attend the Regional Math Field Day on March 23 at the University of Charleston.

Capitol Market to unveil student-designed murals

Capitol Market’s 20th anniversary murals will be unveiled to the public at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 1.

Nitro Day at the Legislature
Nitro Day at the Legislature

It was Nitro Day at the Legislature on Monday, Feb. 20, and the city, which is celebrating its 100th birthday this year, was represented by city officials, organizations and businesses on the second floor of the state Capitol.

Ballroom dance classes begin this weekend on West Side
Ballroom dance classes begin this weekend on West Side

Glide gracefully into spring this weekend by learning the fox trot and other ballroom dance styles at the Academy of Arts at January’s on Charleston’s West Side.

WomenHeart support group launches second year at CAMC Memorial
WomenHeart support group launches second year at CAMC Memorial

The WomenHeart group has begun its 2017 series of monthly “heart-to-heart” support and education meetings in Kanawha City, facilitated by CAMC.

‘Generations Dance’
‘Generations Dance’

Fathers and daughters, mothers and sons, grandparents and grandchildren: Come create some lasting memories this Saturday, March 4, at the Generations Dance at the Hansford Center, 500 Washington St., in St. Albans.

Dodgeball tournament enrolling teams
Dodgeball tournament enrolling teams

Dodgeball is a sport perhaps best known as the bruise-inducing bane of many youngsters in school Phys.Ed. classes and on playgrounds -- or in a more twisted turn with adult players from the Ben Stiller/Vince Vaughn 2004 film comedy, “DodgeBall:...

2nd annual Celtic Calling kicks off Friday
2nd annual Celtic Calling kicks off Friday

The second annual Celtic Calling will take place at venues throughout the Charleston area March 3 through March 5. Here’s the schedule of events:

AARP to offer ‘The Smart Driver’ course in March

In March, AARP will again offer a program designed to keep older drivers safe on the highway.

Editor’s Desk: Outdoor Pursuits digital newsletter to be launched March 7

In a recent poll by Blue Ridge Outdoors, a regional travel magazine that covers nine states, West Virginia claimed the top spot in the “2017 Best of the Blue Ridge” readers’ choice awards.

WV Chaos soccer team to hold tryouts in Charleston
WV Chaos soccer team to hold tryouts in Charleston

The West Virginia Chaos, the state’s first Premier Development League soccer team, will be holding open tryouts at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March 4 and 4 p.m. Saturday, April 15 at Schoenbaum Stadium at Coonskin Park in Charleston. The cost to try...

St. Albans Ministerial Association announces 2017 Lenten Series
St. Albans Ministerial Association announces 2017 Lenten Series

The St. Albans Ministerial Association is planning its 2017 Lenten Series, which starts on March 8. All services will begin at 12:05 p.m.

Faith In Action volunteer orientation sessions scheduled

Faith in Action of the Greater Kanawha Valley has announced several new volunteer orientation training dates through March.

CAMC doctor to be honored at Charleston Heart Ball
CAMC doctor to be honored at Charleston Heart Ball

Dr. Donald R. Lilly, Associate Chief Medical Officer and Fellow, American College of Cardiology at CAMC Memorial Hospital in Kanawha City, will be the Heart of Gold Award recipient at the 2017 Charleston Heart Ball Saturday, Feb. 25.

Mobile library, family programs coming to Clendenin

Mobile Library

The Kanawha County Public Library’s Mobile Library is visiting the Town of Clendenin regularly, offering books and other materials until the town’s branch library on Cardinal Street is up and running again.

Farmer’s Table: Molasses Cornbread
Farmer’s Table: Molasses Cornbread

Molasses is an ingredient that I associate with cold-weather baking.

Eric Douglas: We have a lot to celebrate when it comes to Black History Month
Eric Douglas: We have a lot to celebrate when it comes to Black History Month

The problem with months to recognize things is they usually start out strong, but by the middle of the month, everyone has moved on. It’s hard to keep up the momentum.

The Valley Look clothing store in South Charleston offers new and used attire
The Valley Look clothing store in South Charleston offers new and used attire

Clothing shoppers looking to put together a fresh look for less money have a new option at The Valley Look, a clothing store that opened recently inside a renovated house in South Charleston.

Sissonville super-cyclist seeks Relay For Life financial support
Sissonville super-cyclist seeks Relay For Life financial support

Local American Cancer Society Relay for Life volunteers are a huge part of a nationwide effort to save lives from cancer.

JADCO show conveys anti-bullying message
JADCO show conveys anti-bullying message

Music, movement and a contemporary message will mesh when The Academy of Arts at January’s JADCO Contemporary Dance Company presents its spring 2017 concert, “Second Sara,” on March 23 and 24 at the Culture Center Theater in...

Heart & Soul Dinner returns to East End on Saturday
Heart & Soul Dinner returns to East End on Saturday

Come and get it!

The annual Heart & Soul Dinner will be served for the 12th year, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Roosevelt Neighborhood Center on Charleston’s East End.

Area high school, middle school students take part in Hackathon
Area high school, middle school students take part in Hackathon

West Virginia high school juniors and seniors (and a couple of eighth-grade students) spent 24 hours earlier this winter in the University of Charleston’s new Russell and Martha Innovation Center, as UC sponsored and hosted its first Hackathon...

9th annual Mardi Gras Celebration on tap at St. Albans church
9th annual Mardi Gras Celebration on tap at St. Albans church

This Saturday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in St. Albans will be a day of bright colors, lively music and good food, as the Women of St. Mark’s present their ninth annual Mardi Gras Celebration.

Trout Unlimited president to speak at annual Ernie Nester chapter banquet
Trout Unlimited president to speak at annual Ernie Nester chapter banquet

The president and chief executive officer of Trout Unlimited, Chris Wood, will be the guest speaker at the Ernie Nester Chapter of Trout Unlimited’s annual fundraising banquet March 14 in Charleston.

Second annual Mardi Bras for a Cause scheduled in Charleston
Second annual Mardi Bras for a Cause scheduled in Charleston

Area women -- and men -- are encouraged to show support for others in need in an encore benefit performance at the end of the month.

Beginners’ watercolor classes to be held in March, April

On Feb. 28, limited enrollment will get underway for spring beginning watercolor classes at the Hansford Center.

Nitro businessman, community volunteer wins Mayo Lester award
Nitro businessman, community volunteer wins Mayo Lester award

In recognition of his long history of service and leadership in Putnam County, Nathan Wills, owner of Town & Country Supply in Nitro, has won the Mayo Lester Community Service award for 2016, presented by the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce.

Drumming for Relaxation & Inner Peace class begins

Unity of the Kanawha Valley, 804 Myrtle Road, Charleston, will host “Drumming for Relaxation and Inner Peace” classes each Wednesday, beginning this evening through March 8.

Annual ‘Critter Dinner’ Saturday at Dunbar

In the spring, it’s ramps, but in the winter, it’s “critters.”

Dunbar Branch Library celebrates noted ‘Little House’ series author
Dunbar Branch Library celebrates noted ‘Little House’ series author

Bonnets, buttons, butter churning -- and books -- were the order of the day recently at the Dunbar Branch Library, where visitors gathered Feb. 8 to celebrate the birthday of one of their favorite children’s authors, Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Big Chimney family doctor reopens after June floods destroy longtime practice
Big Chimney family doctor reopens after June floods destroy longtime practice

Big Chimney family physician Dr. John P. Richards is open for business in a new, fully functioning facility, after losing his longtime practice to the flood waters that engulfed the Elk River area and other segments of the state last summer.

Rhapsody at Riverside
Rhapsody at Riverside

Above the door of the music room where Riverside High School’s show choir, Melodic Fusion, rehearses after daily classes, is a sign that reads:

Farmer’s Table: Washington’s Tart and Sweet Cherry Pie
Farmer’s Table: Washington’s Tart and Sweet Cherry Pie

February is National Cherry Month. It seems like an odd time to celebrate cherries, since much of the country is experiencing cold weather.

Eric Douglas: Sugar comes with real costs for the state
Eric Douglas: Sugar comes with real costs for the state

I’ll begin by saying I’m sure a fair number of you are going to disagree with this: West Virginia needs a tax on sugary drinks.

Annual Give Kids a Smile Day slated for Saturday
Annual Give Kids a Smile Day slated for Saturday

To promote dental health, for the 15th year, the Kanawha Valley Dental Society will sponsor the annual Give Kids a Smile event this weekend.

Christian’s Sports Beat: A new face in the Power dugout
Christian’s Sports Beat: A new face in the Power dugout

When the West Virginia Power, the single-A farm club of the Pittsburgh Pirates, open the 2017 baseball season, there will be a new manager heading up the Minor League squad.

Nitro Little League preparing for spring baseball, softball
Nitro Little League preparing for spring baseball, softball

Forty years is a long time to do anything, but for Ivan Meadows, who has been president of the Nitro Little League for four decades, it’s been time well spent.

Gorby’s Music celebrating 70 years in business in South Charleston
Gorby’s Music celebrating 70 years in business in South Charleston

Call them “The Music Man” memories.

In scenes reminiscent of the Broadway musical that was later a classic film, Vince Gorby remembers riding along with his grandfather as he visited area high schools in far-flung communities to...

Tickets available for fifth annual FestivALL fundraiser
Tickets available for fifth annual FestivALL fundraiser

For the fifth year in a row, FestivALL Charleston will host a food and beverage-themed fundraiser, “FeastivALL,” a gourmet dinner with wine and beer pairing, on Saturday, Feb. 18.

Gabby’s Sewing & More moves from Dunbar to Mink Shoals
Gabby’s Sewing & More moves from Dunbar to Mink Shoals

It didn’t take long for Rebecca “Gabby” Chapman to realize that her sewing shop was quickly outgrowing its small space in Dunbar.

Farmer’s Table: Bourbon Chicken
Farmer’s Table: Bourbon Chicken

The Chinese New Year has begun and it lasts until Feb. 15, 2018. The New Year follows the lunisolar Chinese calendar and the date changes from year to year.

Eric Douglas: Valentine’s Day is just around the corner: a public service
Eric Douglas: Valentine’s Day is just around the corner: a public service

There are just a few more shopping days until Valentine’s Day. Are you going to step up your game this year? Or are you going to run out at the last minute and get a card and some form of candy/flowers?

West Side resident opens S & S New 2 U thrift store
West Side resident opens S & S New 2 U thrift store

The fancy chandelier is not for sale, but everything else is at the recently opened S&S New 2 U thrift store in Dunbar.

Art In Motion Dance Academy to present an ‘Evening of Stories with Mary Dooley and Friends’

The art of conversation returns to the Art In Motion Dance Academy in Charleston on Friday, Feb. 10.

Businessman retires after 38 years at the Ziebart helm
Businessman retires after 38 years at the Ziebart helm

Bill Gill sat on a Saturday morning at the Charleston Civic Center in an unassuming, red folding chair next to a new, red Toyota Tundra. He watched quietly as people passed by, talking amongst themselves, taking part in the annual West Virginia...

‘The Arena’ event venue opens in former Value City Furniture Store in Jefferson
‘The Arena’ event venue opens in former Value City Furniture Store in Jefferson

What do you do with an empty, 43,000-square-foot building that once housed a furniture store?

River City Youth Ballet Ensemble hosting Valentine’s Day Gala fundraiser in Charleston
River City Youth Ballet Ensemble hosting Valentine’s Day Gala fundraiser in Charleston

For a Valentine’s Day date that includes dancing with your sweetheart -- and dance education benefits for youths, consider being a guest at the Valentine’s Day Gala hosted by the Kanawha City-based River City Youth Ballet Ensemble.

Charleston Christian Women to host luncheon

The Charleston Christian Women will host a “Be-Dazzle My Heart” program and luncheon from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8 (doors open at 10:15 a.m.) at the Charleston Women’s Club headquarters, 1600 Virginia St., E.,...