Roanoke Elementary announces fourth quarter honor roll students

Roanoke Elementary School has announced the following students who have achieved the honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2018-19 school year.
All A’s
Fifth Grade
Hannah Augspurger, Jessie Bilyeu, Clayten Bustos, Gage Byerly, Grant Campbell, Isaac Conwell, Lillian Craig, Caydence DeCamp, McKenzie DeHaven, Delmis Fairchild, Will Gradeless, Nolan Hess, Dalton Husband, Piper Jennings, Emma Kelsey, Jesalyn Klopfenstein, John Landrigan and Cole Langston.

Duke Energy Foundation helping local food program, says Zay

The Duke Energy Foundation recently awarded $10,000 to fund Community Harvest Food Bank’s Huntington Farm Wagon program, said State Sen. Andy Zay (R-Huntington).

Created in 1999, Community Harvest Food Bank launched the Farm Wagon program to provide fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products and sandwich bread to Hoosiers in low-income communities who lack access to nutritious food.

Honor Flight donation


Photo by Scott Trauner.

Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Gamma sorority gave a $1,600 donation to Honor Flight of Northeast Indiana on Monday, June 3. On hand for the presentation to Honor Flight representative Dan Stouffs (front row, second from left) are club members (front row from left) Sue Meyer, Cindy Fleeger and Kay Ambrose and (back row from left) Sharon Cozad, Judy O’Banion, Judy Magner and Dora Brown.

School board to meet in regular meet tonight

The Huntington County Community School Corporation Board of Trustees will meet in a regular meeting tonight, Monday, June 10, at Salamonie School, in Warren, at 7 p.m.

The agenda and attachments are available in BoardDocs by visiting the school corporation’s website, www.hccsc.k12.in.us, clicking on “Current School Board Meeting Agenda,” then clicking on the date of the meeting and finally clicking on “View Agenda.”

Salamonie School is located at 1063E-900S, Warren.

Crestview names exemplary perfect att. students

Crestview Middle School has announced the following students who have achieved exemplary perfect attendance, which are students who were in school for every minute of every day, all year of the 2018-2019 school year.

Sixth Grade
Claire Eckert, William Feichter, Samantha Harris, Wesley Hotchkiss, Lillian Lemke and Carter Smith.

Seventh Grade
Jazzmyn Bennett, Lucas Lehman, Mia Nava and Kelsey Stout.

Eighth Grade
Corbin Dowden and Matthew Pharoah.

Williams earns 2019 Robb Henn Scholarship

Pictured are (from left) Trey Williams, Mitchell Geller, Patrick Miller, Sarah Fryman, and Charles Agnew III.
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The Huntington County Community Foundation announces Trey Williams as recipient of the 2019 Rob Henn Athletic Scholarship totaling $4,500. Scholarship awards of $500 were awarded to Mitchell Geller, Patrick Miller, Sarah Fryman and Charles Agnew III.

McNally receives Masonic S-ship from Grand Lodge of Indiana

Morgan McNally (left), of Huntington, was recently awarded a $1,300 Masonic Scholarship by the scholarship board of the Grand Lodge of Indiana Free and Accepted Masons.  Ed Herschberger, worshipful master of the local Amity Lodge 483 F&AM, made the presentation to her.
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Morgan McNally, of Huntington, has received a $1,300 Masonic Scholarship from the scholarship board of the Grand Lodge of Indiana Free and Accepted Masons.

McNally is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven McNally, of Huntington.

McNally’s scholarship was one of 411 selected from over 435 applicants.  She was sponsored by her father, who is a member of Amity Lodge 483, F&AM.

She plans to apply the Masonic Scholarship toward her third year studies.

Goody’s store to be replaced by Gordmans; grand opening June 27

Nearly gone is the Goody’s store, soon to be replaced by sister apparel and home decor retailer Gordmans, a part of Stage Stores’ community of stores. The new store will be located in the former Goody’s space at 2092 N. Jefferson St., in Huntington.

Gordmans’ grand opening celebration begins with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, June 27, at 9 a.m. During the grand opening, Gordmans will present a $1,000 check to Huntington North High School.

Tradition continues


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Roanoke Elementary School has a traditon that on the last day of school the fifth-graders help with the morning announcements. Here, the fifth-graders help with the morning song, which is chosen by secretary Gayle Melcher every day.

10 area students tapped to receive Hohe IPFW scholarships

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces Jake Fowler, Jessica Fowler, Dylan Hasty, Bailey Hughes, Morgan McNally, Luke Pulver, Lexin Rupley, Fletcher Sabinske, Mary Winans and Joshua Zahm as recipients of the 2019 Dr. John & Marjorie Hohe IPFW Scholarships totaling $11,275.

Jacob Fowler is a rising sophomore at Purdue University Fort Wayne majoring in civil engineering. He is the son of Pam and Marc Fowler, of Huntington.

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