Horace Mann elementary names honor roll for second quarter

Horace Mann Elementary School has announced the following students who have achieved the honor roll for the second quarter of the 2019-20 school year.

All A’s
Fifth Grade
Clayton Ayoub, Carter Brewer, Adrian Brooks, Reece Davis, Patrick Flowers, Jasper Krumanaker, Gracie Lautzenhiser, Ellery Scheiber, Titus Schultz, Madolyn Smith, Chase Stecher, Luke Szelis and Marlene Willcox.

Fetters takes new role at Pathfinder Services Inc.

Brooks Fetters
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Pathfinder Services President and CEO John Niederman has announced the hiring of Brooks Fetters as chief marketing and development officer. Fetters began his new role on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

Fetters recently concluded his second term as mayor of the City of Huntington. Niederman said he is an accomplished executive leader whose career in Huntington has spanned more than two decades, with a strong focus on servant leadership. Fetters is well-acquainted with Pathfinder Services, having previously served on the Board of Directors.

Making drinkable water


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Assisted by his daughter, Andrea Krumanaker (left), Mark Krumanaker demonstrates how to filter water to make it potable during the family’s presentation on their journeys to Isle Royale National Park in Michigan, given Wednesday, Jan. 8, at the Andrews-Dallas Township Public Library. The talk was part of ADTPL’s Library Brew series.

Enyeart wins spelling bee at Salamonie ES

Aiden Enyeart
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Aiden Enyeart was crowned champion of Salamonie School’s annual spelling bee, held Dec. 19.

The competition continued for four rounds, with Enyeart winning by spelling the word “trifecta.” He will go on to compete in the county spelling bee held at Huntington University in February.

Irelynn Hethcote was the contest’s runner-up.

Men’s Community Lunch at HP-Warren on Jan. 17

All men are invited to A Men’s Community Luncheon on Friday, Jan. 17, at noon in the 1A Activity Room at Heritage Pointe of Warren.

The menu will consist of offerings from East of Chicago Pizza.

Heritage Pointe of Warren is located at 801 Huntington Ave., Warren. To RSVP call Diane Johnson, djohynson@ummh.org or call 375-2201 ext. 4242.

Shepherd’s Pantry’s next distribution is Thursday

The Shepherd’s Food Pantry in Andrews will hold their next food distribution on Thursday, Jan. 16, between the hours of 10 a.m. to noon, at the Lions Clubhouse located at 365 Leedy Lane.

The distribution is intended for Andrews/Dallas Township area residents only. No appointment is necessary. First come first served. Those getting food must bring their own container.

If weather conditions are such that schools are closed on distribution day, the pantry will also be closed and reopen when schools are back in session.

Huntington County Right to Life presents gifts to ‘Christmas baby’

Ashlynn Pierce and her parents were honored as the first baby born following Christmas. She is held by her mother, Taylor Pierce, and joined by her father, Ethan Pierce. The family received a gift of baby items from Huntington County Right to Life.
Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Continuing a tradition for the past 38 years, Huntington County Right to Life has presented a gift package to the family of the first baby born on or following Christmas.

This year, Ashlynn Pierce was born on Dec. 31 at 9:34 a.m., the daughter of Ethan and Taylor Pierce, of Huntington.

Baby Ashlynn weighed 6 pounds 5 ounces and measured 19.25 inches long at birth.

Psi Iota Xi to hold story time tonight at HCTPL

Members of the Psi Iota Xi Sorority will present their annual Story Time today, Monday, Jan. 13, at 6 p.m. at the Huntington City-Township Public Library.   

The event will take place in the children’s area of the library and is geared for ages preschool through second grade. The program will center around the story “Sneezy the Snowman” by Maureen Wright, followed by a craft and snack.  

The public is invited to attend.

New hats and gloves


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All of the students at Roanoke Elementary School recently each received a new hat and a pair of gloves. The clothing was provided by Lassus and the Roanoke Lions Club. Showing off their new hats and gloves are (from left) Jacob Till, Noah Scheiber, Ruby-Rose Carpenter and Trista McClellan.

HC announces 2Q perfect attendance

Huntington Catholic School has announced the following students who have achieved perfect attendance for the second quarter of the 2019-20 school year.

Kindergarten
Ella Brooks, Levi Burton and August Jarzynka.

First Grade
Elizabeth Ball, Caleb Brown, Harper Garrott, Carson Gill and Henry Thompson.

Second Grade
Evan Burton, Logan Fowerbaugh and Clare Richert.

Third Grade
Ethan Fowerbaugh, Elin Mickley and Gavin Sink.

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