Monday, October 27, 2008

What should you do if... see your neighbor's teenage boys climbing a ladder onto their roof and jumping off onto a trampoline?

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Over at The 123

I'm still over at The 123.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Taylor Made -Country Music Superstars- will take downtown Grafton for a ride!

On Saturday October 25 Grafton will rock to the sounds of Taylor Made, a country chart-climbing band whose roots extend to a back porch here in Taylor County.

What: A Good Time with some Great Music!

When: 3:00pm Saturday October 25

Where: Main Street in downtown Grafton - the City of Grafton property beside The Grafton 123 House of Coffee.
How Much: FREE.
Yes, really, I said FREE. The local trio -Brian Duckworth, Wendy Williams, & Greg Duckworth- are pleased to have an opportunity to bring their talent back to the community where it all began. There are, however, costs associated with the sound, stage, additional musicians, & transportation. Several local businesses have come together to share expenses, so donations will be accepted.

Why: Taylor County is proud of Taylor Made's success! This is the perfect opportunity to showcase our hometown celebrities, the great strides that downtown Grafton has made recently (the new sidewalks and streetlamps look great, don't they?), and the growth of Taylor County!

Thanks for coming out to this Homecoming Celebration!

See you Saturday!

*cross-posted at and

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Live Music this Saturday Night

Kevin Ford will be performing at The Grafton 123 this Saturday, the 18th of October 2008.

Grafton's new coffee house, located at 123 West Main Street in historic Downtown Grafton, West Virginia, will host an evening of live music beginning at 7pm.

For more information visit or call 304-903-4717.

Monday, October 13, 2008

I'm over at The 123

I haven't been posting much, huh?
I'm over at The 123...