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BUZZ Episode 7 featuring eastern Montgomery County’s Mountain Valley Charitable Foundation premiers Wednesday, Dec. 16, 7 pm, on Blue Ridge PBS.
You’re invited to join the BUZZ production team for an online Watch Party via Zoom, starting at 6:45 pm. After the episode, there will be a Q&A with creator Michael Hemphill, director of photography Dan Mirolli, the team from Wordsprint that provided MVCF with its pro bono marketing makeover, and MVCF board members.
Watch Party sponsored by Branch Builds.
About the episode:
Mountain Valley Charitable Foundation has made eastern Montgomery County, Virginia, the “community that could.” Over the last 15 years MVCF has redeveloped an abandoned nursing home into a wellness center, community center, museum and library; transformed an old fire station into a food pantry and thrift shop; created Old Town Fields concert venue out of a former high school football field; and founded the Eastmont Tomato Festival.
But with all their many ventures that go by different names — plus the added confusion of the controversial Mountain Valley Pipeline — MVCF was looking for a makeover. Guiding the nonprofit with a pro bono rebranding are our friends from Wordsprint, who helped Mill Mountain Zoo in Episode 3.
Funding for this episode was provided by:
– James E. Pearman Jr. & Partners in Financial Planning
– Dr. and Mrs. George R. Smith, Jr.
– Kate and Brennan Stewart