Highlights TV Show Features City of South Charleston & 15th Annual SummerFest

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Highlights: From the Heart of Our Community, is a 30 minute weekly TV show featuring organizations, events, grass-roots efforts and people who move our state and community forward in a positive way.
The show is a collaboration with Kanawha County Schools, Suddenlink Communications and Jim Strawn & Company.
The show airs daily at 8:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Suddenlink’s channel 17.
The show airing August 6, 2018 –  August 13, 2018 ‘highlights’ the City of South Charleston, WV and their upcoming 15th Annual SummerFest.
We interview, Mayor Frank Mullens and South Charleston CVB Director, Bob Anderson.
Mayor Mullens had a lot of exciting things happening in his city. We discuss the new TIFF District (the former FMC Plant). Plans are in the works to tranform that space into a shopping district. He also talked about the Jefferson Road expansion project. And for good measure, we discussed annexation of area out Corridor G in Southridge.
Bob discussed the upcoming annnual SummerFest around the Mound on D Street in South Charleston. This year the event is set for August 15-18, 2018. Every night free music and fun for the entire family. And a dance contest every evening at 8:00 p.m. Fireworks on Saturday.
Summerfest 18
Click here for the detailed schedule.
Call Bob with questions at 304-746-5552.
If you would like to learn more about the Highlights TV Show, contact Host and Executive Producer Jim Strawn at 304-541-4756.
 

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