WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, WV (AP) — The Greenbrier will host a conference for reading educational professionals across West Virginia in November.
About 600 people are expected to attend the 58th annual West Virginia Reading Association Conference. The two-day conference begins Nov. 21.
The conference includes workshops exploring West Virginia's literary heritage.
West Virginia children's author Bil Lepp is scheduled to speak during the first general session on Nov. 21. The keynote speaker on Nov. 22 will be Gary Phillip, a vice president and institute fellow at the American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences in Washington, D.C.
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