Youth voices offer unique perspectives, innovative ideas and valuable insights. As West Virginia continues to move through the pandemic, teens want to know more about issues surrounding the public health crisis – now and in the future. A panel of experts will give young people the “tea” (teen slang for “the scoop”) on a host of topics surrounding the pandemic during a special panel discussion on April 12, 2021, at 4 p.m.
West Virginia communities are built on collaboration, innovative ideas and hard work. The past year has challenged our small towns and cities, and now, more than ever, the power of partnerships will be critical to ensuring future success.
Diabetes is one of the leading chronic illnesses in West Virginia. According to
the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources, 1 in 8 West Virginians
have been diagnosed with diabetes.
As the nation’s first female state 4-H leader, a position she held at WVU Extension Service until her retirement in 1978, it was Fizer who broke glass ceilings and paved the way for future generations of women to take on leadership roles around the country.