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Andrews announces perfect attendance for 3Q

Andrews Elementary School has announced students earning prefect attendance in the third quarter of the 2013-14 school year.

They are:

Kindergarten
Isabell Green, Hannah Leonard, Evan Maul, Ava Scheiber, Joash-Nehemiah Bingham, Bostan Krallman, Emily Perdue, Carter Smith, Garrett Pohler, Olivia Rosen and Mikaila Wilburn.

RMS 8th grade students receive Kiwanis accolades

Riverview Middle School eighth-graders Larissa Johnson and Ben Warpup (second and third from left, respectively) were recognized by Huntington Metro Kiwanis after being selected by the school’s staff for their individual accomplishments.
Photo provided.

Huntington Metro Kiwanis recognized Riverview Middle School's outstanding eighth-graders who were selected by the school's staff for their individual accomplishments.

Larissa Johnson, daughter of the late Doug and Lori Johnson, and Ben Warpup, son of Brian and Nicole Warpup, received the honors.

HCS announces 3Q honor roll

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

They are:

All A's
Fourth grade - Josie Eckert, Morgan Hasty, Kendra Sandlin, Katie Smith and Kennedy Stecher.

Fifth grade - Olivia Godfroy, Lillian Holzinger and Seth Scheiber.

Sixth grade - Jessica Hartmus and Graham Scher.

Seventh grade - Dylan Hasty and Olivia Jablonski.

Eighth grade - Garrett Scheiber.

Set Pizza Hut fund-raiser

Pizza Hut will host a fund-raiser on Monday, April 7, from 5 to 8 p.m., with funds benefitting the Andrews Summer Festival.

The festival fund will receive $1 for each buffet sold, as well as tips.

Committee members will wait on tables as guests have a meal.

Huntington Pizza Hut is located at 101 Frontage Rd.

 

In the air


Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Taylor Mooberry takes a leap over a bar held by parent volunteer Keely Oswald during the Flint Springs Elementary School Wellness Fair on Friday, March 28. Each of the classes presented sessions on different topics, including body systems, mental and emotional health, nutrition and more, and students participated in physical exercises in the school gym.

The TAB to publish special Holy Week services on April 14

The TAB will publish special worship services for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday on Monday, April 14.

To be included in the listing, information on the services must be submitted no later than Thursday, April 10, at noon.

Information may be emailed to tabnewsroom@comcast.net, faxed to 356-1177 or mailed to PO Box 391, Huntington, IN 46750.

 

Heritage Days to feature pair of car shows at this year’s festival

Heritage Days will have two car shows as a part of this year's festivities.

Friday evening, June 20, will bring a Downtown Car Show/Festival from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The original Friday evening car show will move to Saturday, June 21, at Huntington North High School from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Salamonie announces perfect attendance students for 3Q

Salamonie School has honored students who achieved perfect attendance during the third quarter of the 2013-14 school year.

They are:

Kindergarten
Anna Clampitt, Blaine Freiburger, Ava Green, Nevin Hines, Keaton Jones, James Linker, Abigail Michaud, Erika Moreland, Jakira Morris and Hailey Pursifull.

Roanoke names honor roll students for third quarter

Roanoke Elementary School has announced the names of students who earned honor roll status for the third quarter of the 2013-14 school year.

They are:

All A's
Third grade - Grant Beckner, Avey Bonewitz, Marison Bowers, Audrie Bowman, Bryce Colclesser, Alyse Geiger, Trey Gerber, Emma Holzinger, Renee Peterson, Faith Plasterer, Ashlee Schwieterman, Taylor Vetor and Savanna Wilson.

Erie Railroad workers to meet for breakfast at local VFW April 5

The Erie Railroad workers will meet for breakfast at the local VFW on West Park Drive at 8 a.m. this Saturday, April 5.

All railroad workers, and their friends and family, are welcome.

 

Street department adds new leaf vacuum truck

Superintendent Bob Caley (left) and Assistant Superintendent Ralph Asher, of the City Services Street Department, stand in front of their newest equipment, the X-TREME Vac, which will aid in leaf pick-up on city streets starting today.
Photo by Lauren M. Winterfeld.

The Huntington City Street Department has a new truck.

Superintendent Bob Caley says he has been awaiting the arrival of the X-TREME Vac since he ordered it last September.

The truck will aid in leaf pick up, making what was once a five-man job a one-man job - a one man and one very large truck job.

The vacuum is so "extreme" that is boasts dual steering so that the driver may ride on either side of the truck while operating the vehicle, says Caley.

Smith Furniture adds two new staff members

Smith Furniture co-owner Jordan Smith has welcomed sales associates Ivy Selig (left) and Cindy Kelley (right) as the newest staff members of the downtown Huntington store.
Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Ivy Selig and Cindy Kelley, both long-time Huntington residents, have joined the staff of Smith Furniture, in downtown Huntington, as sales associates.

Selig joined the staff in late March, and Kelley has been on the sales floor since the middle of the month.

Both say they're enthusiastic about home decorating.

"I've helped my friends and family decorate their homes, and they've always liked the results," Selig says.

"It's neat helping people decorate their homes," Kelley says.

Viking New Tech to be featured at New Tech Showcase at IPFW

The Viking New Tech program at Huntington North High School is one of seven area new tech programs to be featured in the New Tech Showcase on April 22 at Indiana-Purdue University, Fort Wayne.

The event will showcase 49 projects from the seven schools. Each of the projects will show how today's high school students envision tomorrow's technologies.

Other participating high schools are Adams Central, Lakeland, Columbia City, DeKalb, Rochester and Wayne.

4-H meetings, events take place throughout county

Monday, March 31
• 4 p.m. - Geranium orders due. Extension office.

Tuesday, April 1
• 4 p.m. - 4-H enrollment and award trip applications due. Extension office.

Thursday, April 3
• 6:30 p.m. - Waggin' Tails. Community Building, Hier's Park.

Sunday, April 6
• 2 p.m. - Rifle. Family Living Building, Hier's Park.

Monday, April 7
• 6 p.m. - Archery. Community Building, Hier's Park.

Swine boosters to discuss barn improvements

The Huntington County Swine Boosters will meet on Tuesday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in the Huntington County Courthouse Annex Conference Room (first floor).

The discussion items include swine barn improvements, 4-H swine enrollment updates for 2014, Pork Quality Assurance (PQA) training and other old/new business.

For more information, contact the Purdue Extension-Huntington County Office, 354 N. Jefferson St., Suite 202, Huntington by calling 358-4826.

 

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