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Special Events & Festivals

Boiler wins pet contest

Warren’s favorite pet is Boiler Herring.

Boiler, who is 9, belongs to Mark and Crystal Herring.

Other participants were Gracie, whose owners are Doyle and Charleen Ruble.

All proceeds from this event help support Small World Preschool non-profit organization with general expenses and student scholarships for Small World Preschool.


Kynleigh named Warren’s Sweetheart

The 30th annual Warren’s Sweetheart is Kynleigh Knight. Kynleigh is the daughter of Matthew Knight and Kacey Kellogg.

Paternal grandparents are Terry and Sherry Knight. Maternal grandparents are John and Karla Kellogg.

Second place went to Olivia Brown, daughter of Annette and Eric Brown, and the granddaughter of Gayle Straley and Ruth Herring. Her great Aunt is Treva Flemming.

Third place went to Addilyn Street, daughter of Kaitlyn and Kerstyn Street, granddaughter of Jodi and Scott Street and Crystal and Todd Delay and Amand and the late Simeon Reed.

6 to seek title of 4-H queen

4-H Royalty contestants (from left to right) Elise Neher, Katelyn McMillan, Audrie Bowman, Emma Haupert, and Abagayle Wright. Not pictured is Riley Richardson.
Photo by Claire Butler

Six local 4-H members are vying for the title of Huntington County 4-H Fair Queen for 2022.

The winner will be crowned on July 15.
Some of the activities begin July 9 and it ends July 28.

The contestants this year are

Audrie Bowman
Audrie Bowman is the daughter of Julie Bowman Scher, Matthew Scher, and the late Brent Bowman.

Warren tractor show planned July 1-3

The Warren Area Antique Tractor and Engine Clube is hosting the 2022 annual show on the Ag Express Electronics and The Daugherty Companies grounds at 534 E. 1st St. in Warren on July 1 – 3.

For the first time since 2013, Allis-Chalmers Tractors and Implements will be featured. All makes and models of equipment and engines are welcome to register. There is no fee and registration will be on the grounds.

Salamonie Summer worship planned on Sunday, July 3

The Warren Salamonie Summer Festival Worship Service will take place on July 3 at the Warren Riverside Park Pavilion at 10:45 a.m.

There will be a combined community communion service. The churches participating are dismissing their regular services that morning so they can participate in this “Unity of Community” worship service.

Gerald Moreland, one of the three chaplains at Heritage Pointe, will bring the morning message and the service will conclude with a concert of praise and music by The Snyder Band.