“My whole life growing up, I wanted to be in the arts. Sometimes, what I wanted to do changed, but it was always art. I wanted to be a rockstar, a painter, photographer, musician, movie star, fashion designer . . . the list goes on. But whenever someone asked ‘what do you want to be?’ the answer always had something to do with art.”
The public and campers are invited to join together for an assortment of activities on Saturday, July 24, at Salamonie Lake’s Christmas in July event.
Campers should be sure to bring their outdoor Christmas decorations and enter the campground decorating contest. Awards will be announced Sunday, July 25, at 9:30 a.m. at the Interpretive Shelter.
Saturday morning, fill up on pancakes at the Pancake Breakfast and meet Smokey Bear for his birthday celebration, play a game of corn hole and try a hand at archery, with a certified shooting sports instructor.
The Huntington County Community School Corporation (HCCSC) Board of Trustees met in a regular meeting on Monday, June 14, honoring several employees within the corporation and also discussing project updates.
Scott Bumgardner, the corporation business manager, recognized corporation custodians for their hard work during the last year and a half during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Huntington North High School girls track and field program enjoyed a wealth of success during the Saturday, June 5, Indiana High School Athletics Association (IHSAA) Girls Track and Field State Finals at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis, headlined by a pair of state titles for junior Addison
Wiley, who claimed the crowns in the 800 and 1,600-meter runs.
Wiley’s victories proved to be monumental, as the combination of wins in the 800 and 1,600 had never been achieved in the history of the State Finals prior to Wiley’s double dominance on Saturday.
After a longer-than-average reign, Huntington’s 51st Chief of the Flint Springs Tribe, John Niederman, was finally able to pass the torch off to the next Chief during the 52nd annual Chief of the Flint Springs Breakfast on Thursday, June 17, at the Historic Forks of the Wabash in Huntington.