Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

September 21, 2012

Thanks for Heritage Festival support


Bluefield Daily Telegraph

— The Cedar Bluff Business and Professional Association and Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival Committee thanks the 194 vendors and 20,000 visitors who attended our great Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival 2012.

The weather was perfect for a fall festival.  Three stages of country, bluegrass, gospel, beach music, clogging, Claypool Hill Church of Christ Choir and worship hymn youth made it a perfect day.

Special thanks to our Mayor Jerry Herron; town manager, Jim McGlothlin; chief of police, Dave Mills; all town employees; fire department chief, Barry Patton; council members for their help with the trolley cars; Boy Scouts for their help with the horse and carriage rides, Richlands Rescue Squad, Tazewell County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police, highway department and Richard Cole.

A very special thanks to our sponsors, Tazewell County, town of Cedar Bluff, Freedom Ford, Carter Bank & Trust, Clinch Valley Bank & Trust, Dr. Joe Adair, McDonalds, Valley Animal Hospital, Tru Point Bank, First Sentinel Bank, 3 Way Fast Break, BB&T Bank, Singleton Funeral Service and York and LaRhonda Lindsey.

Also thanks to Charlotte Shortt, Bob and Martha Widener and Sandy Mosolgo for volunteering in the centennial exhibit, the Cedar Bluff Post Office and all local property owners.

All volunteers, your help was greatly appreciated. Work on festival 2013 is already in progress.

Linda Singleton

Chairperson Cedar Bluff Business and Professional Association

Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival