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Wheeling Central Catholic TEAL Lab Dedication
Host:  Wheeling Central CATHOLIC hIGH scHOOL
Spot: Teal Lab
Date: October 1, 2014

Bishop Michael J. Bransfield dedicated and blessed the new TEAL Lab, the first of its kind in any West Virgina school. It offers exciting new technology tools and resources for students and teachers by promoting active learning.  The lab is modeled after a lab at MIT
Oglebay Institute Board Benefit
Host:  Oglebay Institute
Spot:  Mansion Museum Lawn, Oglebay
Date:  September 5, 2014

Over 400 people attended Oglebay Institute’s largest annual fundraiser.  This premiere society event raises money for the Museums of Oglebay Institute, Towngate Theater & Cinema, Stifel Fine Arts Center and Schrader Environmental Education Center.
Farm To Table 2014
Host:  Oglebay Institute
Spot: Stifel Fine Arts Center
Date:  August 17, 2014  

Guests sampled seasonally fresh and delicious food prepared by local chefs on the lawn of the Stifel  Center.  Other activities included organic wine tastings, a farmer’s market and live music.  Event sponsors included Miklas Meat Market.
Fort Henry Days
 Host:  Fort Henry Living History, Inc.

 Spot:  Oglebay Park
 Date:  August 30-31, 2014   

 This living, historic reenactment of the Battle of Fort Henry celebrates the earliest days of our community.  Activities include historic presentations, period music, c
olonial dances and cooking, Native American culture, local family history and more.
Business After Hours
Host: Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal
Spot: Kalkreuth Corporate Headquarters
Date: October 16, 2014

Kalkreuth hosted Wheeling Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours networking event. Participants enjoyed socializing and networking with hors d'oeuvres and coctails.
Wheeling Country Day School Night
HOST:  Wheeling Country Day School Board
 SPOT:   Strauss Room Wheeling Country Day School
 DATE:  September 25, 2014

This event featured refreshments, cocktails, and a reverse raffle with a $5,000 grand prize.   Monies raised from the event will help fund the school’s institutional priorities and achieve its mission “to empower students to think, to create, and to communicate in a nurturing environment where learning and character are paramount.
7th Annual Wine & Jazz Festival
Host: Reinvent Wheeling
Spot: Heritage Port
Date: August 23rd, 2014

Wineries from around the State of West Virginia, a local nanno-brewery and local food and craft vendors gathered at Heritage Port where more than 1,100 people sampled wines and enjoyed four jazz performances throughout the evening. Proceeds go toward projects to improve downtown Wheeling
Linsly 200th All Class Alumni Reunion Weekend Dinner  
Host:  Linsly School Alumni & Development Office  
Spot:  Stifel Field House  
Date:  October 11, 2014  

A dinner at the Stifel Field House for 500 alumni and their guests representing 65 different classes from 30 different states and three foreign countries was one of the highlights of the biggest alumni event ever at Linsly. Guests included alumni, trustees, benefactors, faculty and friends of the school.
Men At Play Expo
Host:  Oglebay Institute
Spot:  Mansion Museum Grounds, Oglebay
Date:  August 24, 2014

This was the second annual celebration of all things deemed manly, including demos and workshops on craft beer, mastering the art of outdoor cooking, learning the basics of fly fishing and more.  Funds raised went to support the Museums of Oglebay Institute.
The Appraisal Guys’ Price Is Right
Host:  Oglebay Institute
Spot:  Mansion Museum, Oglebay
Date:  September 12, 2014

This “Price is Right” themed cocktail party had guests and local celebrities trying to guess the value of items the Appraisal Guys had discovered, appraised, or sold.