Middleway is located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. This village was established by John Smith in 1734. In 1980, the Middleway Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
* Saturday, July 26 -
8:30 AM - Middleway Summer Cleaning. Trash pick up along the roads. Meeting at 154 East Street
4:00 PM - BAD Buildings Project Meeting... to prioritize the community need for restoration or re purposing of dilapidated and abandoned buildings in the Historic District.
* Sunday, July 27 - 6:00 - 8:00 PM -Annual Ice Cream Social to benefit the White Church
Restoration Fund. Activity at 112 East Street
Middleway Conservancy was awarded with the Brownfield, Abandoned and Dilapidated Buildings Program Technical Assistance Grant.
You can help!
Get involved... in the team assessment of the buildings and properties in the Historic District between April and June. Attend and participate in the workshops and information meetings that will be held in March.
Middleway was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Middleway Conservancy is a Non-Profit organization with the mission of preserving, restoring, acquiring, and revitalizing the Historic District.
Your generous contribution will help us work towards the rehabilitation of historic homes, buildings, and infrastructure.
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WHITE CHURCH RESTORATION PROJECT
The Middleway Community Center/ White Church is going through a repair and remodeling process. You can contribute by paying a $10.00 annual fee for becoming an individual member of the Middleway Community Center/White Church Restoration Fund. Membership is open to anyone supporting the White Church Restoration Project. The mailing address is: White Church Restoration Fund 112 East Street Middleway, WV 25430