Chamber provides judge, funds for camp program

Submitted photo Riley Keaton, left, program director for Camp Horseshoe near Leadmine, accepted a $1,000 grant in support of his week-long Entrepreneurship Program from representatives of the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce. Presenting the check were attorney Hunter Mullens representing the Chamber’s Board of Directors; JoLynn Powers, the Redevelopment Coordinator from the Woodlands Development Group, a member of the Barbour Chamber; and local custom furniture and cabinet maker Mark Warner. Not pictured is judge Don Smith from the Barbour Chamber.