Former Calhoun resident and Calhoun commissioner, Larry McCallister, known for his fine art work, will be in Grantsville to sign copies of his new book.

The Calhoun County Historical Society is proud to announce it will host the book signing on Friday, March 9, from 11:00-2:00 at their museum on Main Street.

McCallister will be selling and signing his book "West Virginia Courthouses," which includes his pen and ink drawings of all 55 county courthouses.

Framed prints of his drawings are on display at the Cultural Center in Charleston.

He is a native of Calhoun, who currently resides with his wife, Cheryl, in Washington, WV. They have two daughters, Stacy Crook and Kari Lowe. He graduated from Calhoun High in 1961, and Glenville State College with a degree in business and art.

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