We’re Hiring; NARO Town Halls

WV SORO Update
West Virginia
Surface Owners’ Rights Organization
We're Hiring; NARO Town Halls
Nov 1, 2018 View this Alert Online Donate to WV SORO

WV-SORO is Hiring a Part-Time Outreach Coordinator

WV-SORO seeks a part-time Outreach Coordinator (40-80 hours/month) to engage with and provide support to our membership and others dealing with oil and gas development on their land and in their communities. This includes management of our membership database and website; composing and sending email updates and action alerts; press outreach; creating newsletters; and event planning and coordination. See the full job description, qualifications, and details on how to apply here

NARO-Appalachia Hosting Town Hall Meetings

The National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO)-Appalachia is hosting a series of town hall meetings for West Virginia mineral owners. Area experts will provide a legal update and 2019 legislative preview. The events are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Refreshments will be provided. 

Who: NARO-Appalachia 

What: Town Halls for Mineral Owners including Q&A with Legal Experts

When & Where: All Meetings are from 6 PM – 8PM 

  • TONIGHT, Thursday, November 1 – Sistersville Volunteer Fire Department, 121 Maple Lane, Sistersville, WV – Click here to register
  • Tuesday, November 27 – Moundsville Center (at the former WV Penitentiary), North Wagon Gate Entrance, on 8th St, Moundsville, WV – Click here to register
  • Wednesday, November 28 – Rivesville Community Center, 200 Jasper St, Rivesville, WV – Click here to register
  • Tuesday, December 11 – Meeting Center at the Sleep Inn, 29 S Main Street, Ellenboro, WV – Click here to register
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