Come see the newly redecorated Gillum House front porch.
April 20, 2015, Gillum House, Shinnston: For the last few weeks, Shinnston’s Lee Reger, Mater Gardener, has been working with the Master Gardener volunteers, Mayor DeMarco, Pastor Cindy Murphy, and community volunteers to plan and plant the Shinnston Community Garden 2015. In 2014, using land owned by the First United Methodist Church and funding from […]
April 18, 2015, Gillum House, Shinnston: We have been among the missing for a while. Medical issues with himself, coupled with the Winter Doldrums, and with visits from children and grandchildren (aka willing slaves to fixer up) are part of the reason. Have you ever felt like just doing nothing? You know there is a […]
The Battle of Philippi was for possession of the covered bridge crossing the Tygart Valley River.
Traveling US Rte. 50 and US Rte. 250 are challenging and fun for motorcycles and sports cars. Curves and scenery in all seasons.
Being a State with coal as a major industry, West Virginia has had many mine disasters. Some of them have sparked legislation for mine safety.
#13 reason to visit Gillum House Bed & Breakfast is Forts.
Glenville State College Bluegrass Band performed at Shinnston Frontier Days
This is how a carnival gets set up. Glenville State Bluegrass Band performs Wednesday!
July 25-28, 2013 the second annual McKee Sky Ranch vintage motorcycle event.
Contrary to the statement “Nothing ever happens here”, Shinnston has a line-up of activities to show there IS something happeng in Shinnston!