Hank Vincent and The Stone
Street Station to perform
WEIRTON - The Greater Weirton Senior Center will hold a dance Thursday, featuring Hank Vincent and The Stone Street Station.
Doors open at 5 p.m. The cost is $5.
Lincoln-Douglass banquet planned
WEIRTON - The Morning Star Baptist Church will hold the 69th annual Lincoln-Douglass Scholarship Banquet at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Holiday Inn - Weirton.
William "Bill" Burrus, former American Postal Workers Union president and "My Journey" author, will be the keynote speaker.
Burrus was born and raised in Wheeling and now lives in Upper Marlboro, Md. Tickets are $30.
To purchase a ticket or for information, contact Beverly Branham at (304) 723-0252, Marie Brown at (304)748-4974 or George Jackson at (304) 479-9938. The Rev. Willie L. Nevels is pastor.
Worldview lecture series continues
WEIRTON - The Worldview Lecture Series will continue from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Weirton Heights Memorial Baptist Church located at 121 Ivy St.
The topic will be archeology, including manuscript and archeological evidence for the Bible.
Registration will be held and refreshments offered beginning at 8 a.m.
For information, call (304) 374-6856, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit facebook.com/worldviewscholarships.
West Virginia Saves Week announced
West Virginia Saves Week will be held Feb. 24 through March 1. It is an opportunity for organizations to promote good savings behavior and for individuals to assess their own saving status.
Each February, nonprofits, employers, schools, financial institutions and government organizations come together and develop partnerships to encourage people to save automatically and when they receive tax rebates.
Partners also work to help their employees, clients and constituents establish savings accounts, save and invest and improve their overall financial well-being.
For information or to join the state-wide movement, contact Lisa Werner at (304) 234-9221 or email@example.com or follow West Virginia Saves on Facebook.