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At 20 years, Tamarack throws itself a party

Register-Herald photo by Chris Jackson Debbie Farley, right Tamarack's HR Manager, hands Charleston native Francis Schmitt a cupcake in honor of West Virginia Day and Tamarack's 20th Birthday at Tamarack Monday in Beckley. Farley said they had 800 cupcakes to give out through the day.
Register-Herald photo by Chris Jackson
Debbie Farley, right Tamarack’s HR Manager, hands Charleston native Francis Schmitt a cupcake in honor of West Virginia Day and Tamarack’s 20th Birthday at Tamarack Monday in Beckley. Farley said they had 800 cupcakes to give out through the day.

BECKLEY, W.Va. — The sounds, tastes and workmanship of the Mountain State were on proud display at Tamarack Monday as “The Best of West Virginia” celebrated 20 years and West Virginia’s 153rd birthday.

Dorothy Tabb of Visit Southern West Virginia said that she had seen some locals come in for the day’s celebrations but otherwise, the facility was seeing its normal check-ins from travelers.

“Although traffic has been a bit busier than normal for a Monday,” Tabb said.

For 20 years Tamarack has been offering some of West Virginia’s premier products from native crafters.

“It’s great that it’s been here that long,” Tabb said. “It’s undergone some changes and change is good. There’s newer merchandise and the look has changed. It’s all been fantastic…

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