43 organizations so far on board for EXPO/ArtsExpress combo on March 16

A total of 43 organizations have signed up for booths for the 2019 Huntington County Business EXPO/ArtsExpress to be held Saturday, March 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Huntington University Merillat Physical Education and Recreation Center Fieldhouse.

The deadline for booth sign-up is Friday, March 8, for the event, which marks the first time for the chamber EXPO and the ArtsExpress have teamed up.

Booth applications can be accessed on the chamber’s website, HuntingtonCountyChamber. com, or at the office at 305 Warren St., Huntington.
Organizations that had signed up as of Wednesday, Feb. 27, are the Huntington County Sheriff’s Department, Huntington Catholic School, Mike’s Tree Service, Miller’s Merry Manor, Pro Resources Staffing, Thorne Insurance Agency, Huntington County Promise, Indiana Physical Therapy, DeWeese Softwater & Appliance, Huntington County Community Foundation, Midwest American Federal Credit Union, Anacleta Designs LLC, New Life Ministries, Edward Jones and Miracle-Ear.

Also, United Way of Huntington County, Huntington County Right to Life, Sherwin Williams, American Legion Post 7, Quillen Brothers Windows Inc., Parkview Huntington Family YMCA, Metronet, Our Sunday Visitor, Huntington County Republican Party, Clear Creek Golf Course,
Teacher Credit Union, Parkview Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County, Partners 1st Federal Credit Union, Indiana Tech and Bolinger’s Propane Service/Warren Service & Supply.

Also, W.A. Zimmer, The Cottage Event Center, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, Bath Fitter, First Federal Savings Bank, Huntington County Community School Corporation, Huntington Chiropractic Center, First Merchants Bank, Parkview Huntington Hospital, Giggabuggy, Pathfinder Services, First Farmers Bank & Trust and Jodi Scheiber Team Haneline Century 21 Bradley.

In addition, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Steve Kimmel notes there will be about 15 arts booths for the ArtsExpress representing all of the Huntington County Community School Corporation for their visual arts programs.

Also, many of the schools will be represented for their audio arts as they have singing groups providing entertainment.

The Salamonie Elementary Choir will lead off the entertainment at 9:30 a.m. The Andrews Cardinal Chords will perform at 10 a.ml, Circle the State with Song will sing at 10:30 a.m., the Horace Mann Husky Harmonies will be on at 11 a.m. and Roanoke Rhythm will perform at noon.
The Beverly Johnson School of Dance will start up after lunch at 1 p.m., and the YMCA Strings will perform at 2 p.m.