New Love INC head sees his direction

Logan Patterson stands next to one of the fresh fruit and vegetable refrigerators located in the food pantry at Love In the Name of Christ. Patterson joined the organization on April 10 as its executive director.
Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Logan Patterson heard about an opening coming up at Love In the Name of Christ while he was yet serving as the senior pastor of the 509 Community Church in Huntington and thought, “I can’t do that and pastor as well.” Then God showed him how.

Older Americans Month

Mayor Brooks Fetters (third from left) signs a proclamation designating May as Older Americans Month. Fetters urges residents to take time during the month to recognize older adults and the people who serve them as vital parts of the community. Also pictured are (from left) Holly Saunders, executive director, Huntington County Council on Aging; Dick Murray, assistant director, Huntington County Council on Aging; Fetters; Ron Frischmann, member, Huntington County Council on Aging Board; and Rose Meldrum, president, Huntington County Council on Aging Board.

Career and Technical Education program standouts


Photo by Steve Clark.

The Huntington Metro Kiwanis held an awards banquet for the top Huntington North High School students in the school’s Career and Technical Education program on Thursday, April 12, at the Historic Forks of the Wabash, in Huntington. Among the students honored were (starting second from left) Kassidy Thompson and Jacob Fowler, Professional Internship program; and Tyler Stephan and Katlin Carroll, ICE – Co-Op program. Also pictured are Tiffanney Drummond (far left), Professional Internship director; and Michele Santa (far right), ICE – Co-Op instructor.

Team THRUST knocked out of world championship bid at Kokomo meet

Huntington County 4-H Robotics Team THRUST member Taylor Stettler (left) drives their robot as Dane Brown (right) acts as operator during competition at the State Robotics Championship in Kokomo last weekend, while coach Chris Elston (center) keeps an eye on their progress.
Photo provided.

Huntington County 4-H Robotics “Team THRUST” did not qualify to go to the world championship after their meet at the Indiana state championship last weekend in Kokomo, but team Lead Business Mentor Lori Elston says their showing wasn’t anything to be ashamed of.

“They didn’t make it on to the world championship, so that’s kind of a bummer,” Elston says. “But if you look at our numbers overall throughout the competition, we ended up ninth in the state, and there’s about 50 teams, so that’s not too bad.”

Property tax statements have been mailed

Property tax statements were mailed on April 10. Property owners who do not receive a statement by the end of April should call the Treasurer’s Office at 358-4860.

Failure to receive a statement does not relieve the taxpayer of the responsibility to pay the bill.

The amount of taxes due for each property can also be accessed online at www.huntington.in.us by choosing “GIS” under the “County” tab and searching by name, address or parcel number.

Crowl Award


Photo provided.

Megan Linker (middle) was recently presented with the Charlie Crowl Award at Huntington Catholic School by HCS Booster Club Secretary/Treasurer Sunshine Teusch (left) and Vice President Jeff Teusch. Crowl was a long-time volunteer at the school. Linker has been a longtime volunteer and has served the school in capacities ranging from HCS Booster Club president to assisting with intramurals.

Eagles Lodge invites public to meet judge candidate Denman on April 21

The Eagles Lodge 823 invites the public to meet Jill Denman, candidate for Huntington Circuit Court Judge, on Saturday, April 21, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the lodge, 49 W. Washington St., Huntington.

A question and answer session is planned for the event.

For more information call 356-7048.

CNA and cosmetology awardees


Photo by Steve Clark.

The Huntington Metro Kiwanis held an awards banquet for the top Huntington North High School students in the school’s Career and Technical Education program on Thursday, April 12, at the Historic Forks of the Wabash, in Huntington. Among the students honored were (starting second from left) Rachel Moore, CNA program; and Tara Hicks and Taylor Bowers, Cosmetology program. Also pictured are Stephanie Shady (far left), CNA instructor; and Tahnee Green (far right), Cosmetology instructor. Not pictured is BreAnna Banter, CNA program.

Future educators


Photo by Steve Clark.

The Huntington Metro Kiwanis held an awards banquet for the top Huntington North High School students in the school’s Career and Technical Education program on Thursday, April 12, at the Historic Forks of the Wabash, in Huntington. Among the students honored were (from left) Katelin Turner and Skylar Houser, Early Childhood Education program; and Tabitha Smith and Lily Kesler, Education Professions program. Also pictured is Jan Hildebrand, Human and Social Services instructor. Not pictured is Dayna Stump, Early Childhood Education and Education Professions instructor.

Hotel LaFontaine documentary to be shown in Merillat Center

The documentary on the Hotel LaFontaine and other points of interest in Huntington will be shown Friday evening, April 27, at the Merillat Center at Huntington University, beginning at 7 p.m.

The documentary is produced by Auburn resident Matthew Murray of the Whitehorse Entertainment Company and was supported part by local donations.

There is no admission fee and the public is invited to view the film.

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