11/21/2013 7:40 AM
by Nadine Grimley
(Photo courtesy of the Governor's Office)
CHARLESTON - West Virginia's annual Joyful Night celebration was scheduled for December 3rd.
The holiday event at the state capitol complex is free and open to the public. Activities are scheduled to begin at the North Plaza with music by two high school bands. Governor Earl Ray Tomblin and Firs Lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin will then light a tree donated by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fisher of Charleston. A performance by a children's choir will follow.
The festivities continue at the South Plaza for music by another high school band, a tribute to first responders and military members, and another tree lighting.
Other events will take place in the first floor Rotunda of the Capitol, the Governor's Reception Room, the Governor's Mansion, and the Culture Center.