The new members are Executive Director Andrew Hagy, representing the Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation, and Airport Director Stephen Snyder, representing the Greenbrier Valley Airport.

In presenting various promotional efforts the CVB is doing for the Greenbrier Valley, Dense also mentioned the astonishing effects of Fallout 76, an online multi-player action role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks, on youthful gamers all over the country. Her remarks induced a cloud of complete mystery to older generations present. Dense was also nonplussed. It is the ninth game in the Fallout series to hit the country, but the big surprise to the gathering is that the game is set in the state of West Virginia, and features The Greenbrier and other well-known places in the state, even including Lewisburg.

In other business:

• Mayor John Manchester said for those affected by the 2015 diesel spill, the deadline to respond for compensation funds has been extended to Oct. 24. Complete details on eligibility can be found online at www.lewisburgspill.com. For those who did not receive a claim form in the…

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