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HNHS Class of ’09 plans 5-year reunion at TinCaps baseball game on July 5

The Huntington North High School Class of 2009 is invited to attend a five year reunion on July 5 at the TinCaps stadium.

Tickets may be purchased at www.hnhsclassof09.myevent.com.
For additional informa-tion call 359-2700 or email
kielaclore@gmail.com.

 

Andrews Elementary announces 4th Q perfect attendance

Andrews Elementary School has honored students who achieved perfect attendance during the fourth quarter of the 2013-14 school year.

They are:

Kindergarten
Dominic Ashby, Raegan Double, Logan Hammett, Hannah Leonard, Evan Maul, Mason Ptak, Ava Scheiber, Tyler Williams, Hudson Follis, Bostan Krallman, Alexis Shaw, Carter Smith, Brayden Gearhart, Carleigh Horn, Caiden Schmidt and Saphyre Underwood.

Roanoke all-year perfect attendance

Roanoke Elementary School has honored students who achieved perfect attendance for the entire 2013-14 school year.

They are:

Celeste Ackley, Chloe Ackley, Aaron Amick, Hannah Augspurger, Bryce Colclesser, Lizzie Colclesser, Eva Condon, Aric Hosler, Ashton Hosler, Kirah Klepper, Phoebe Landrum, Leland Lewis, Tyler Melcher, Conner Myers, Haley Preston, Stella Scheer, Kevin Slusher, Maeve Wilkinson, Ayden Wilson and Eliza Wohlford.

 

Six students awarded Scott Breiner scholarships

Pictured from left, Leanne Beck, Alexia Gamble, Colin McIntire, Sidney Reed, Kelsey Smart and Rebecca Smith.
Photos provided.

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces that Leanne Beck, Alexia Gamble, Colin McIntire, Sidney Reed, Kelsey Smart and Rebecca Smith have been awarded 2014 Scott Breiner Scholarships.

Beck, a graduating senior from Northfield High School, plans to attend Purdue University majoring in computer technology with an emphasis on cyber forensics. She is the daughter of Donna and Stephen Beck, of Lagro.

Huntington Catholic announces honor roll students for fourth quarter of school year

Huntington Catholic School has announced the names of students who earned honor roll status for the fourth quarter of the 2013-14 school year.

They are:

All A's

Fourth grade - Josie Eckert, Kendra Sandlin and Katie Smith.

Fifth grade - Olivia Godfroy and Lillian Holzinger.

Sixth grade - Jessica Hartmus and Graham Scher.

Seventh grade - Savannah Albertson, Gavin DeLaGrange, Dylan Hasty and Olivia Jablonski.

Eighth grade - Garrett Scheiber and Emma Woolard.

All A's and B's

Three earn Breiner Family USF scholarships

Pictured from left, Rachel Decker, Paul Hernandez and Sara Smith.
Photos provided.

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces that Rachel Decker, Paul Hernandez and Sara Smith have been awarded 2014 Breiner Family University of Saint Francis Scholarships.

Decker, a 2011 graduate from Huntington North High School, is a rising senior at the University of Saint Francis majoring in art history with the career goal of working in an art museum or becoming a professor of art history.

She is the daughter of Taya and Philip Decker, of Huntington, and volunteers at The Heritage of Huntington and with USF's Project Warm Fuzzies.

Fishing for prizes


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Hannah Grove (left) and Ren Grove try their luck in the kids' fishing derby held Saturday, June 7, at the pond at J. Edward Roush Lake in Huntington. The pair are the children of John and Sheri Grove, of Huntington.

Transformation


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Students change their tassels from one side of their mortarboards to the other to symbolize their transformation from student to graduate toward the end of the Huntington North High School commencement exercises on Friday night, June 6, at North Arena.

Presidential moment


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Huntington North High School Class of 2014 President Nathan Pike (right) accepts his diploma from Huntington County Community School Corp. Board President Kevin Patrick during the HNHS commencement exercises on Friday night, June 6, at North Arena.

Processional


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Graduating seniors of the Huntington North High School Class of 2014 file into North Arena as the band plays "Pomp and Circumstance" on Friday night, June 6.

Memorial to a classmate


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

A black robe, mortar board and honor tassels mark the seat of senior Cade Abbett, who died earlier this year, before the Huntington North High School commencement exercises on Friday night, June 6, in the HNHS gymnasium.

Early celebration


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Huntington North High School held commencement exercises on Friday night, June 6, in the HNHS gymnasium. Taking a moment for a little early celebrating before the ceremony are friends (from left) Jaycelin Green, Cheyenne Ryder, Sidney Good and Lacy Good.

New Life Meal Ministry to relocate to downtown Huntington building

Bob Burnsworth, volunteer at The New Life Meal Ministry, sits near the undeveloped storefront of the ministry’s newly acquired building on Jefferson Street.
Photo by Lauren Winterfeld.

The New Life Meal Ministry in Huntington will relocate in July.

After the ministry's current building, located at 32 E. Franklin St., was deemed unsafe by the city of Huntington, the group was forced to acquire a new location to serve its evening meals.

Meals will be served every night while the ministry transitions into its new space, located at 323 N. Jefferson St., the former location of Rodger's & Vivian's Income Tax Service.

Meese earns 2014 Rob Henn Scholarship

From left are Grant Meese, Jordan Sweet and Austin Shoemaker.
Photos provided.

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces that Grant Meese has been awarded the 2014 Rob Henn Athletic Scholarship.

Smaller scholarship amounts were also awarded to two past recipients - Jordan Sweet and Austin Shoemaker.

Meese, a graduating senior from Huntington North High School, plans to attend the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University majoring in finance with a goal of pursuing a career in budget planning or financial analysis. He is the son of Sheila and Bill Meese, of Huntington.

Easley, Konz, Meyer earn Coll scholarships

From left are Henry Easley, Kyle Konz and Alexandra Meyer.
Photos provided.

Henry Easley, Kyle Konz and Alexandra Meyer have been awarded 2014 Dorothy M. Coll scholarships through the Huntington County Community Foundation.

Easley, a graduating senior from Huntington North High School, plans to attend Ball State University majoring in anthropology-/archaeology. He is the son of Vana and William Easley, of Huntington.

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