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Almost three hundred juniors and seniors met with twenty company representatives recently during the annual Career Fair sponsored by the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce at Philip Barbour High School. 

Pictured above are several corporate recruiters posed during the afternoon session including, but not in any order:  Tom Freeman and Derrick Matheny from Arch Coal; Lilah Phillips and Greg Nestor representing BC Bank; Chrissy Kittle and Anita Wells of the Barbour County Senior Center; David Strait for the Nursing Department at Broaddus Hospital; Sam Crickenberger and Ashley Foltz for Total Therapy at Broaddus Hospital; Penny Brown in Human Relations at Broaddus Hospital; Nicole Costilow from Delta Cooling Towers; Tiffany Mitchell and Chrissy O’Brien of Freedom Bank; Cody Batten and Theresa Woollard from Fresenius Kidney Care; Vickie Harris of the Good Samaritan Society; Taylor Michael Smith, owner of Horace Mann Insurance in Fairmont; Rich and Kathy Mace and Melea Collins representing Mace’s Pharmacies; Austin Currence and Bob Gordon of Mountain Hospice; Hunter Mullens and Carol White for Mullens & Mullens Attorneys; Circuit Judge Shawn Nines; Matt Wilcox for SODEXO at Alderson Broaddus University; Kayla Lantz representing the Thrasher Group; and Nancy Dotson from West Virginia Caring.  Chairing the event for the Chamber was Hunter Mullens from Mullens & Mullens Attorneys.