The White Sulphur Springs Neighborhood Watch Welcomes Community To A Barbecue

By Theresa Flerx

"We are quickly approaching the two year anniversity of the June 23, 2016, flood. We, as a community have come a long way since that horrible day. That being said, White Sulphur Springs Neighborhood Watch will be hosting a free community barbecue [Saturday] June 23 from noon until 4 p.m.," announced the City of White Sulphur.

"Tragedy bonds people, but as time goes on they drift apart," explained Prl. Shannon Morris of the WSS Police Department. "The barbecue is a way to bring everyon eback together. It's a way to keep relationships, keep a united front."

Read more in the Wednesday, June 20, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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