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W.Va. state budget includes funds for local fairs, festivals

April 18, 2013

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. —  

The following appropriations for area fairs and festivals were included in the 2013-2014 budget bill that state lawmakers approved this week, according to the enrolled final version of the legislation posted on the Legislature’s website:

Berkeley County

  • Apollo Theater-Summer Program, $1,710
  • Belle Boyd House, $1,710
  • Berkeley County Youth Fair, $15,818
  • General Adam Stephen Memorial Foundation, $15,840
  • Heritage Craft Center of the Eastern Panhandle, $5,985
  • Main Street Martinsburg Chocolate Fest and Book Faire, $4,050
  • Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival, $6,413
  • Norman Dillon Farm Museum, $8,550

Jefferson County

  • African-American Cultural Heritage Festival, $4,275
  • Annual Don Redman Heritage Concert & Awards, $1,350
  • Charles Town Christmas Festival, $4,275
  • Charles Town Heritage Festival, $4,275
  • Christmas in Shepherdstown, $3,420
  • Contemporary American Theater Festival, $82,444
  • Historic Middleway Conservancy, $855
  • Jefferson County Black History Preservation Society, $4,275
  • Jefferson County Fair Association, $21,375
  • Jefferson County Historical Landmark Commission, $6,840
  • Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival, $4,275
  • Old Opera House Theater Company, $12,825
  • Old Tyme Christmas, $2,052
  • Ranson Christmas Festival, $4,275
  • Ranson Festival, $4,275

Morgan County

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  • Apple Butter Festival, $5,130  
  • Morgan County Fair-History Wagon, $1,283
  • Winter Festival of the Waters, $4,275
  • Uniquely West Virginia Festival, $1,710
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