Cabell County Celebrating Anniversary

Edited from a Press Release

The Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau will host a birthday celebration for Cabell County on Friday, January 6 at the Visitors Center at 210 11th Street. To celebrate the 203rd birthday of the county, cake will be provided at the Visitors Center from 11am – 2pm on that Friday.  Cabell County Commissioners will be on hand to cut the cake.

Attendees will be able to register to win a special “Fun in Cabell County” gift basket.  The gift basket will include: a “We Are Marshall” DVD, 2 tickets to a Marshall basketball game, 2 Camden Park season passes, a piece of Blenko glass, books, cards, prints and other specialty items from The Red Caboose, passes to Heritage Farm, books from the Huntington Museum of Art as well as a gift certificate, and several other great items that highlight all of the fun and exciting things to see and do in Cabell County. Anyone who stops by the Visitors Center for the following week will be able to register for the basket, and the drawing for the winner will take place on Friday, January 13. This will also give attendees an opportunity to visit the new shops at Heritage Station.

Cabell County was created by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on January 2, 1809 from part of Kanawha County. It was named in honor of William H. Cabell, who served as Governor of Virginia from 1805 to 1808.

For more information, please contact the Visitors Center at 304-525-7333 or email Cara Hedrick at cara@wvvisit.org.

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