WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Concluding with a riotous turn by five-time West Virginia State Liars’ Contest winner Bil Lepp, the Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner and meeting also featured a trio of awards and plenty of networking opportunities.
Around 220 people — including local leaders of business, education and government — gathered for the event Friday night in The Greenbrier resort’s Colonial Hall.
Named the chamber’s Nonprofit of the Year was the Greenbrier Humane Society, founded in 1965 and still making a difference in the community through a successful spay and neuter program and much more.
“They’ve given us a wonderful shelter for homeless animals,” proclaimed chamber President Cathey Sawyer as she presented the award.
Warner Music School was