A forum "Making Ends Meet - What Should We Do To Support Working Families?" will be held on Wednesday, February 21 on the second floor of the Calhoun County Library. The event will begin with lunch at 11:30 a.m. and the forum will start at 2:30 p.m., according to Sue Jones, local WVU Extension Agent.

The forum is one of several being held across West Virginia out of concern for struggling families, such as lay-offs, low wage jobs, unemployment, lack of health insurance or loss of public benefits.

The event, jointly sponsored by the Calhoun County Family Resource Network and WVU Extension Service, will bring people together to explore the problems faced by working families.

The goals of the forum are to think about what we can do about the problem in Calhoun County, according to Jones, including informing our policy makers.

"We need input from people from various agencies and from all walks of life. We hope people will come and participate," she said. You can call 354-6332 to register.

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