West Virginia’s First Lady Joanne Tomblin recently visited downtown Point Pleasant to speak on tourism initiatives and to visit local tourism hot spots. Tomblin, accompanied by Charles Humphreys, director of Main Street Point Pleasant and Mason County Developmental Authority, visited places like the Point Pleasant River Museum and Learning Center, where she toured the facility and even used the riverboat simulator. She then made more stops along Main Street, including but not limited to: Gallery at 409, the Lowe Hotel and the Mothman Museum, where she took in various archives and collectibles regarding Point Pleasant’s most famous resident. She also toured the floodwall murals and spoke about tourism to a crowd of supporters at Riverfront Park. Pictured are scenes from her recent visit.