‘Golden Age of Comedy’ to be recreated at Cottage Event Center

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Routines from the Golden Age of Comedy will be recreated onstage at Roanoke’s Cottage Event Center on Friday, Feb. 7, starring comedy duo Larry Bower and Scott Nedberg. Also performing will be the nine-member musical ensemble Musiclectics, whose repertoire features a variety of styles including show tunes, oldies, country and gospel.

The event will raise funds for the Roanoke Food Pantry.

Bower and Nedberg will recreate the madcap humor of the Vaudeville era, exemplified by the classic “Who’s On First” routine made famous by Abbott and Costello.

School board to hold organizational meet

The Huntington County Community School Corporation Board of Trustees will meet in an organizational meeting tonight, Monday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. at Salamonie School, 1063E-900S, Warren. The HCCSC Board of Trustees’ Board of Finance will also meet on this same date at 7:15 pm at Salamonie School.

The agenda and attachments are now available by visiting the HCCSC web site at www.hccsc.k12.in.us then clicking on “Current School Board Meeting Agenda,” then clicking on the date of the meeting and then clicking on “view agenda.”

Remnant Ministries at Calvary UMC on Jan. 26

Remnant Ministries will be at Calvary United Methodist Church, Bippus, on Sunday, Jan. 26. Services will begin at 10 a.m.

Remnant Ministries is a faith-based 12 to 18-month residential recovery program for women struggling to overcome addiction. Their mission statement is “Bringing hope to the hopeless, healing to the broken and freedom to the bound through the reckless love of Jesus Christ.”

Some of the ladies of Remnant Ministries will share about what is happening there and how lives are being changed forever through the power of God.

Making the most of a ‘warm’ winter’s day

Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Three relatives from Colombia visiting friends in Huntington take advantage of the warm-up in temperature on Thursday afternoon, Jan. 9, as they stroll along the paths at Memorial Park. Enjoying the day are (from left) Felipe Nieto, walking his dog, Doky; his sister, Liceth Nieto; and Liliana Serrano.

Recognizing service to the Salvation Army

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Brandon Juergens (middle), of Juergens Hardware, receives a certificate from Salvation Army Maj. Normalene Daniels (left) in recognition of 20 years of service in donating a truck used by Crestview Middle School to collect donations for the Salvation Army’s food pantry. Also celebrating the occasion is Crestview Principal Chuck Werth.

First Federal Savings Bank gives promotions to four employees

(From left) Peggy Genshaw, Andrew Martin, Steven McKay and Cindy Krumanaker.
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First Federal Savings Bank has announced the promotions of four employees.

Peggy Genshaw has recently been promoted to assistant vice president with First Federal Savings Bank. Gensahw joined First Federal in October  2017 as the branch manager and mortgage loan officer for the Warsaw location.

Riverview names honor roll students

Riverview Middle 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
Eighth Grade
Samantha Atkinson, Johanna Bragg, Maggie Eaton, Jane Gayed, Ella Hall, Kinlee Landrum, Ava Poulson, Jessica Rice, Haven Rieger and Sophia Tolen.

Next HCARS meet is set for Jan. 20

The next Huntington County Amateur Radio Society meeting will be held Monday, Jan. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Café of Hope, 900 E. State St., Huntington.

The public is welcome to attend.

More information can be found by visiting the club’s website, www.k9hc.com.

Huntington Catholic announces 2nd quarter honor roll

Huntington Catholic 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
Third Grade
Rilynne Lewis and Elin Mickley.

Fourth Grade
Jacqueline Aguirre, Claire Fettinger and Genevieve Harrell.

Fifth Grade
Noah Stetzel.

Sixth Grade
Josephine Kline.

Seventh Grade
Augustus Kline.

Huntington North announces first semester honor rolls

Huntington North High School has announced the following students who have achieved the honor roll for the first semester of the 2019-20 school year.

All A’s
Grade 9
Spencer Adkins, Drew Baker, Grant Beckner, Addilyn Bordeaux, Audrie Bowman, Mason Carlow, Jared Cartwright, Kimber Cobbs, Corbin Dowden, Wyatt Eckert, Rebecca Greene, Lawrence Grove, Teagan Hall, Karyna Haskett, Mara Hendryx, Hope Hewson, Saij Hildebrandt, Azariah Horn, Wesley Huff and Jacob Hughes.


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