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Martinsburg Renew

Enriching the community by enriching each individual.

Martinsburg Renew is a non-profit organization that hopes to enrich every member of our community. We are focusing on educating and offering opportunities for those involved with addictions. We want to offer opportunities to our youth to offer stable, positive role models and offer them alternative recreational activities to keep them actively involved in enriching themselves.

Our first project is a major undertaking. We hope to raise enough money and grants to purchase the Interwoven Mills facility, which is located on the 600 block of W. King St. and extends south of W. John St., and establish a Community Center. We are currently seeking funds and grants to put toward the purchasing of the Mills as well as to hold community events. If we are unable to raise enough funds within a reasonable amount of time, any money will be donated to other community-oriented non-profits.

 Andrew J. Garcia

Andrew “Drew” Garcia has been a resident of Martinsburg for the past eight years. He comes from Maryland where he grew up in both Baltimore City and Frederick County. He served eight years in the Marine Corps as an electronics technician, earning the rank of sergeant before leaving. He has now worked for the last eight years as a municipal police officer and holds the rank of corporal.

In his spare time, Drew has volunteered as a youth leader in various churches working with children of all ages.  He has a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership through Mountain State University and a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling through Summit University (formerly Baptist Bible College).  He is married with four children, ages 21, 18, 6, and 2. Drew has been described by others on the board as being determined and motivated.

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