Community RSS Thu, 27 Apr 2017 16:57:59 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb 2016 Belington Christmas Parade

Hope you all are planning to come out for the Belington Christmas parade, tree lighting and Santa visit on Tuesday Dec. 6th.

Parade line-up is at 6 pm behind Family Dollar.

Parade starts at 6:30.

Tree lighting, Santa visit, Hot Chocolate and cookies immediately follows parade at the Belington Town Square across from the bank.

Event is sponsored by Belington OnTrac, City of Belington and Belington VFW Post 410 Ladies Auxiliary.

Please share with all your friends and we hope to see you there!

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2016 City of Belington Yard Sale
JUNE 11, 2016
We welcome you to Belington and thank you for spending the day
shopping in our neighborhood and meeting our friendly citizens.
Crim Avenue/downtownBelington……
1.Freedom Bank Parking Lot–Various yard sales.
2.Book Sale –Belington Public Library. Turn right at Stemple
Schoonover Funeral Home. Located behind it.
3.Weese Music Building –various yard sales
Going toward Elkins from the red light:
4.Belington Public Library. Turn leftoff Route 250 betweenStemple Schoonover Funeral Home/VFW and Town and Country Dodge.
Take next left.
5.Industrial Park Road. Route 250 going toward Elkins. Across from Greystone Mall at bottom of hill before Charlie’s Exxon, turn into Industrial Park. 3rdand 4thHouseon the left.
6.Industrial Park Road.Old Talbott Car Wash building on right side
of road.
7.124 Marion Street. Estate sale.Follow Industrial Park Road until
you get to West Virginia Avenue. Marion Street is off WV Ave.
Going toward Philippi from the red light…
8.470 Locust Avenue. Turn right at Faith DeliveranceChurch which is beside Hometown Pizza on Crim Ave. Go slight left/straight and it will become Locust Avenue.House is on right side of road approx.. 4 blocks down.
Turn Right past Hometown Pizzeria/Sheetz onto Route 92
9.Corner of Stringtown Road and Dunham Cut Rd.: Turn Right onto Route 92. Turn right onto Stringtown Road which is right before Bel. Elem School. Left side of road, 2 story white house.
10.112Stringtown Road. Multi family. ¼ mile on Stringtown Road. Green 2 story house on right side of road.
Across the bridge………
11.51 N BrandenbergStreet. Cross Bridgeand follow Brown Avenue to Brandenberg St.…Turn right onto Brandenberg. House is behind Verizon building on left side of road.
12.147 N Brandenberg Street. Cross bridge. Turn right onto
Brandenberg. Pass Talbott Funeral Home. White house with
brown trim on left side of road.
13.Hice Street. Multi family. Turn right onto Hice Street. Sale is in the former Edith Bakery building on right side of Hice Street.
14.313 Centre Avenue. Turn right onto Beacon St. Turn left onto
Centre Avenue. White, 2 story house.
15.50 Adams Street: Crossbridge. Go 10 blocks.Turn right onto
Adams Street whichis a couple blocks after you get to the top of
the hill on Brown Avenue. 1sthouse on right. Yellow with green
Be sure to visit our other great stores and restaurants during your stay in our
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Miss Belington Pageant to be held Sept. 18

Miss Belington application deadline has been extended to Monday, Sept. 8th

The Miss Belington Pageant committee is looking for young ladies in the Belington local area to compete for the title of Miss Belington.

Candidates must be a high school junior, senior, 2013 or 2014 graduate and have a Belington physical address. The pageant will include a component for casual wear, evening attire and a community related question.

The entry fee is $50.00 and can be paid by the contestant or local community sponsor. Registration deadline is September 6th at 8 pm.

For official rules and a registration form, please contact Gina Stewart at, 304.823.2569 or go to the Belington OnTrac Facebook page.

The pageant will be held on Thursday, September 18th at 6 pm as part of the weekend Fall Fest activities.

For information on other events being held during the Sept. 18 – 21st Belington Fall Fest, visit or the Belington OnTrac Facebook page.

You can download the registration form here.



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Belington Fall Fest BBQ Cookoff

The Belington On TRAC promotion committee is excited to announce the 2nd Annual Belington BBQ Cookoff which will be held as part of the Belington Fall Fest on Satuday, Sept. 20th.

The committee is looking for individuals and teams to compete in the cookoff for a chance to win the BEST BBQ designation in the area. The 2 categories of competition are a whole chicken and baby back pork ribs.

Contestants can enter into either one or both meat categories. Kickoff of the BBQ cookoff will be at 9 am on the 20th at the Belington Town Square. The cooks will have all day to cook their chicken and ribs to perfection until the official turn in time at 3:30 pm. The BBQ cooks will have to prepare and cook the chicken and ribs on site.

Registration for the event starts at 8 am. A cooks’ meeting will be held at 8:30 to cover the official rules and inspect the contestants’ ingredients and cooking sites. Participants can use grills fueled with propane gas, wood or charcoal. Judging will be based on tenderness, texture, taste, and appearance.

A prize will also be awarded for the best decorated tent which will be selected by the public who can donate a penny per vote.

Those wanting to enter the contest or get further information about the event should contact Kim Scott at 304-613-7252 or Terri Kittle at 304-823-1792 or email

You can also download the registration form below.

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Save the Golden Rule Garden Party

Golden RuleThe Belington Revitalization Committee is planning a kickoff party for their fundraising efforts to Save the Golden Rule building.  The Garden Party will be held from 5 to 7:30 pm on Thursday, June 26th in the yard of the Golden Rule building.  Many activities have been planned for the event including free hot dogs, popcorn, corn hole, lawn games, music and more.  The event is being held to bring the community together to celebrate summer and to increase the awareness of the BRC’s efforts to raise the funds needed to purchase the building. 

A ceremony will be held at 6 pm including a prayer circle around the Golden Rule building to ask for blessings on the building and the community’s effort to acquire it.   Many arms will be needed to be able to circle such a large building and all are encouraged to come and help surround the building for the blessing ceremony.
While the BRC currently has a purchase agreement with the current owner, there is much to be done in order to raise the money needed to fulfill the purchase agreement.  Tax deductible donations will be accepted during the Garden Party. 

The vision for the Golden Rule building resonates with many of the citizens of Belington and those who are passionate about preserving our heritage.  Some work has already been done in an effort to save the building including the 2014 historic preservation designation by Preservation Alliance of West Virginia.  Assessments of the 1902 building have been conducted and suggestions made for the preservation of the building.  Further steps are also being taken to have the building listed on the National Historic Register once acquired.  However, the money needs to be raised first in order to purchase the building and it will take everyone’s help to get that done.

All are encouraged to come and have a good time while they hear about the history of this wonderful old building and the plans for making it a viable asset to Belington again.

Anyone interested in helping Save the Golden Rule Building can follow us on facebook @ Save the Golden Rule or contact Terri Kittle at 304-823-1792. 

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2014 City Wide Yard Sale Locations

Tomorrow, June 7th, is the Belington City Wide Yard Sale and the weather looks like it will be perfect for bargain hunting. Download the yard sale location list so you know where to shop. While you are out and about support our local businesses and don't forget our awesome restaurants.

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5th Annual Belington City Wide Yard Sale

Click here for Yard Sale Registration Form

2014 Yard SaleThe Belington Revitalization Committee and ON TRAC Promotion Team are currently organizing the 5th Annual Belington Community-Wide Yard-Sale for June 7, 2014.

As always, you can have a yard-sale at your home or rent a space downtown. If you would like to set-up your yard-sale at your home, you can have your location listed in the event flyer free of charge by filling out a form at one of the following locations: Freedom Bank, Belington City Hall, Laurel Mountain Inn, or by going online at 

Spaces are also available to rent downtown in the Freedom Bank parking lot and must be paid for in advance. The cost to rent one space is $10.00 or you can rent three spaces for $25.00. If you wish to rent a space, please contact Terri Kittle at 304-823-1792 for further information.

All home yard sale registrations must be submitted no later than June 4, 2014 to be listed on the flyer. Your address and directions to your yard-sale will be published in a flyer that will be available at the locations listed above on the day of the event and at

A yard-sale is the ultimate example of “one man’s trash” becoming “another man’s treasure” and a great example of reusing and recycling.

For the shoppers, yard-sales offer the chance to find a bargain or some special item that they did not even know they were looking for. Shoppers have a chance to enjoy the sunshine and smell the flowers. The weather is nice and people are eager to get out of their houses and enjoy the company of others. Yard-sales provide a social opportunity as well as an economic one.

For the sellers, yard-sales allow them to let go of underused or unused items that they may otherwise hold onto. Sellers clear their homes and storage spaces of clutter and make some extra spending money in the process.
Either way you look at it, yard-sales are an important part of our social network.  

Please be sure to come and help support the local economy by participating as either a buyer or a seller. 

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Belington Fall Fest Begins October 20th.


Many activities have been planned for this weekend at the Belington Fall Fest. Events kickoff with the Opening Ceremony at 6 pm Friday evening at the Main Stage in front of Weese’s Music Center.

Following the opening ceremony the much anticipated return of the Miss Belington Pageant will decide which young lady will be Miss Belington for 2013-14.

Also at 6 pm, the Cornhole Tournament will kick off in the Town Square area. Registration for the cornhole tournament is $20.00 for double elimination. Questions about the Cornhole Tournament should be directed to Mike Cvechko at

Friday’s events will wrap up with Karoake from 8 to 10 pm. Food and various game concessions will be open during the evening.


Saturday’s events begin at 10 am. A full slate of activities have been planned for the day. The Flaming Kickoff of the 1st Annual BBQ Cookoff begins at 10am at the Town Square. Registration for the BBQ Cookoff starts at 9 am and a cook’s meeting will be held at 9:30. A full house of crafters and other vendors will be open from 10 – 6 pm at the Belington Fire house with candles, jewelry, purses and homemade crafts available for sale. Also at the Town Square area games galore will be open including a bounce house, dime pitch, pick up ducks, ring toss, fish bowl and other fun activities. Food concessions will also be sold at the Town Square throughout the day.


Entertainment begins at noon at the Main Stage on Saturday. We have local favorite Jay McClung kicking off the entertainment from noon to 1:30. Parade line-up starts at 1:30 across from Sheetz at the intersection of Route 250 and 92. The parade begins at 2 pm


Following the parade, entertainment will continue on the Main Stage with local favorit Jeff Frey performing a variety of classics from 2:30 to 4 pm. BBQ Cookoff cooks will turn in their BBQ for judging at 4 pm and the winners will be announced immediately following the judges’ decision.


From 4:30 – 6 pm, local favorites Eric and Jana Ruff will perform at the Main Stage. Last but definitely not least, the day’s activities will conclude with a a twirlette demonstration by the Barbour County Strutters at 6 pm.


Sunday’s activities include the Annual Belington Fire Department Car Show from 10 am to 2 pm in the Belington Post Office and Shop N Save area. Prizes will be awarded. Questions regarding the Car Show should be directed to Travis Ryan at 614-4764 or Chuck Moss at 591-2816. The Fire Department will also be selling their famous Chicken BBQ during the Car Show on Sundady.


Door prizes that have been donated by various craft show vendors and Belington businesses will be presented at the Main Stage on Saturday from 4 to 7 pm. Registration boxes are available at various downtown Belington businesses and will be available Friday and Saturday during the Fall Fest.


Many wonderful volunteers have worked together to make this event possible for the community. Please come out and support their efforts and have some fun with your family, friends and neighbors.


Questions can be directed to T. Kittle at 304-823-1792.


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Food & Fun as Belington Celebrates on June 20th

State of West VirginiaAn evening of food, fun and music is planned for June 20th as part of the grand opening of the Belington Walking Trail and a community celebration of West Virginia’s 150th Birthday.

A ribbon cutting ceremony has been set for 6 pm on Thursday, June 20th at the Belington City Park to commemorate the grand opening of the newly constructed Belington Walking Trail.

Immediately following the ribbon cutting will be a “fun run” in which the community is invited to come and walk or run the trail to the bridge and back to the park.

Following the “fun run”, the community is invited to the WV 150th Birthday party in the park and enjoy free hot dogs, WV birthday cake, play games and listen to music.

The walking trail extends ½ mile from the Belington Bridge along the Tygart Valley River to the Belington City Park. The project has been a joint project between the City of Belington and Belington Revitalization Committee/ON TRAC over the past 5 years. The project was made possible through WVDOT grant funding and the generous contributions of various businesses and individuals in Belington. The Walking Trail Committee would like to thank all of those who helped to make this great addition to Belington possible.

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