Angie Nuzum and Patricia McCauley have been named the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce Members of the Month for December.
Nuzum is the manager of the Hot Dog Hut in Philippi. McCauley is the Secretary of the Barbour County Historical Society.
Nuzum was born and raised in Philippi. She graduated from Philip Barbour High School and from West Virginia University's College of Business & Economics.
Angie Nuzum, left, and Patricia McCauley have been named the December Members of the Month by the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce.
She is a member of the Tacy CEO's and the Daughters of the American Revolution.
The Hot Dog Hut opened in 2007 and has earned a lunch crowd full of regulars, Nuzum said.
"We sell delicious hot dogs with homemade chili as well as Italian sausages, homemade soups, salads and the area's only hand-dipped ice cream," she said.
"The Hot Dog Hut is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday. By calling ahead at 457-3200, we'll have your order ready when you arrive," she said.
McCauley was born in Volga and raised in Philippi where she graduated from Philip Barbour High School and attended Alderson-Broaddus College. She has been an employee of Wal-Mart and the Barbour County school system, and is currently active in farming.
She was president of the Barbour County Historical Society for more than 20 years, and was Secretary/Treasurer of the Covered Bridge Restoration Committee.
The Barbour County Historical Society is made up of community residents interested in preserving the history of Barbour County, its famous two-lane covered bridge, and its important place in the Civil War.
The society developed the Barbour County Historical Museum in 1979 in the restored B&O Railroad train station in downtown Philippi, which is a haven for family treasures, antiques and memorabilia dating back more than 200 years.