Opening celebration helps meal ministry


Photo by Scott Trauner.

As part of its ribbon-cutting celebration of its new office at 233 Hauenstein Rd. in Huntington on Friday, June 7, Verizon donated $750 to the New Life Ministries meal ministry. Meal Ministry Director Bob Burnsworth (front left) accepts the donation from Store Manager Paula Long (front right), while Regional Director Phil Deiter (back left) and Director of Business Sales Matt Schroeder look on.

Huntington Chiropractic staff gives boost to Salvation Army food pantry

Dr. Stephen Geders (left) of the Huntington Chiropractic Center and Capt. Dennis Marak of the Huntington Salvation Army display food already collected for the chiropractic center’s “Salvation Army Day” event. The donations will go to the Salvation Army’s food pantry to help provide meals for area residents through the summer.
Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

After a conversation with Capt. Antonia Marak, the staff at Huntington Chiropractic Center decided to provide a boost for the Salvation Army’s food pantry.

Miller graduates USAF basic at SA-Lackland

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Christian Miller

U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Christian R. Miller graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, TX.

The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.

Airmen who complete basic training also earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

Crestwoods Gallery hosting printmaking show, reception

Crestwoods Gallery is hosting a printmaking show featuring Alan and Eugene Lark, Barbara Nohinek, Robert Kipniss, Stephanie Carpenter, Maddie Miller and more.

An artists reception will be held Friday, June 14, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., with refreshments served.

The show runs through July 27.

Crestwoods Gallery is located at 314 N. Main St., Roanoke. For more information call the gallery at 672-2080, visit its website, www.crestwoodsgallery.com or Facebook page at Crestwoods Frame Shop and Gallery.

Ribbon cutting


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Verizon in Huntington had a ribbon-cutting at its new location at 233 Hauenstein Rd. on Friday, June 7. On-hand for the event are (front from left) Huntington County Chamber of Commerce ambassadors Michelle Dill and Danielle Shaw, Store Manager Paula Long, Director of Business Sales Matt Schroeder and Regional Director Phil Deiter and (back row from left) Huntington Councilman Charles Chapman, chamber Executive Director Steve Kimmel and ambassador Eric Bendes.

Several earn Souder scholarships from HP Communities


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The following individuals have been awarded scholarships from the Souder Memorial Education Fund. They are (from left) Tina Purcell, Dayton Dow, Linda Musselman and Dalaney Vickrey.

Several earn Souder scholarships from HP Communities

The following individuals have been awarded scholarships from the Souder Memorial Education Fund. They are (from left) Garrett Trout, Tina Purcell and Linda Musselman. They are accompanied by Carin Vickrey (at right), human resources director at Heritage Pointe of Warren.

The United Methodist Memorial Home (Heritage Pointe Communities) has announced the following individuals have been awarded scholarships from the Souder Memorial Education Fund.

The 2019 scholarship recipients are Dayton Dow, Aubrie Leas, Kaitlyn Mounsey, Garrett Trout and Dalaney Vickrey.

Heritage Points of Warren has two employees who are both receiving two scholarships – one from the Souder Memorial Education Fund and one from the Verna Johnson Nursing Scholarship Fund. They are Linda Musselman and Tina Purcell.

Adoption gifts


Photo by Scott Trauner.

Verizon held a mobile pet adoption at its new office at 233 Haunstein Rd., in Huntington recently, and one of the dogs from the Huntington County Humane Shelter was able to be adopted out. Verizon rewarded the adopters with a dog owner gift bag on Friday, June 7, during the ribbon-cutting for the new office. Verizon Regional Director Phil Deiter (left) hands the gift bag to adopters Andy (second from left) and Belinda Cotton  (third from left), while Store Manager Paula Long (fourth left) and Humane Shelter Operations Manager Joliene Wilson look on.

Andrews council hears complaints about trailers in mobile home park

The Andrews Town Council listened to concerns about the condition of trailers in a local mobile home park during its meeting on Monday, June 10.

The board heard complaints from three individuals, two of whom reside on Terrell Street in homes across from the trailers, which are located in Antioch Mobile Home Park. The citizens described many of the trailers as being dilapidated and unoccupied. While the citizens stated that the park’s manager, Tammy Gibson, lived in the area, they noted that the park’s owner did not, residing in Illinois.

Stanley, Wohlford earn certificates of multilingual proficiency recently

Crosley Stanley (left) and Macy Wohlford each hold a 2019 Indiana Certificate of Multilingual Proficiency. Stanley studied German and Wohlford studied French, both while students at Huntington North High School.
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Crosley Stanley and Macy Wohlford, both recent Huntington North High School graduates, were recently awarded the 2019 Indiana Certificate of Multilingual Proficiency.

In order to receive this award, the students had to prove their proficiency in English and in another language by testing in the highest categories on a national language test in all four skills areas: reading, listening, writing and speaking.

Stanley studied four years of German and has plans to study engineering at Purdue University. She also hopes to study abroad some during her college career.

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