Banks staffer to be in Huntington

Congressman Jim Banks (IN-03) recently announced that a member of his staff will visit Huntington on Thursday, May 10, to meet with local residents and assist Hoosiers experiencing problems with a federal agency.

A Banks staffer will be at the Huntington County Courthouse Annex, 1350 S. Jefferson St., from 9:30 a.m. to noon.

 
 

Banks staffer to be in Huntington

Congressman Jim Banks (IN-03) recently announced that a member of his staff will visit Huntington on Thursday, May 10, to meet with local residents and assist Hoosiers experiencing problems with a federal agency.

A Banks staffer will be at the Huntington County Courthouse Annex, 1350 S. Jefferson St., from 9:30 a.m. to noon.

 
 

County Lions clubs pass out scholarships to trio from HNHS

(From left) Mitchell Geller, Sarah Malone and Alyssa Voght.
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The Huntington County Lions Clubs of Andrews, Bippus, Huntington and Roanoke have awarded $500 scholarships to Huntington North High School seniors Mitchell Geller, Sarah Malone and Alyssa Voght.

Geller is the son of Jeff and Lisa Geller. He plans to attend Anderson University, in Anderson, with the goal of entering the medical field and becoming a doctor. He was involved in various extracurricular activities during his high school years, including sports and community service.

He graduates with a grade-point average of 10.47.

HNHS Band Department invites public to ‘A Golden Celebration’

The Huntington North Band Department invites the public to its spring concert, “A Golden Celebration,” on Thursday, May 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the HNHS Auditorium.

There is a charge for the event.

Performing will be the concert band, the wind ensemble and both bands combined. Part of the concert will include the music the groups performed for the Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA).

A piece of railroad history


Photo by Steve Clark.

Mayor Brooks Fetters and City of Huntington employees officially accepted the donation of a vintage Erie Railroad phone booth from the Niswander family on Wednesday, May 2, at Erie Heritage Park. Pictured are (from left) Andrew Rensberger, community engagement volunteer coordinator, and Ralph Asher, foreman, both City of Huntington; Sam Niswander, representing the Niswander family; and Fetters. Asher restored the phone booth for the park, which Fetters hopes to see accumulate more pieces of railroad memorabilia. To donate memorabilia, call the mayor’s office at 356-1400 ext.

Huntington University students help at Pathfinder for vol. week

Pathfinder Services kicked off National Volunteer Week on April 14 when a group of Huntington University Spring Work Day volunteers spent time at Pathfinder Kids Kampus.

By the Book volunteers recognized


Photo by Steve Clark.

Volunteers in the Associated Churches of Huntington County’s By the Book program, which provides weekly religious education classes for students in Huntington County elementary schools, were recognized at a praise celebration held Tuesday, May 1, at Central Christian Church, in Huntington. Pictured are (front row from left) Phylis Stouder, Jim Shively, Karen Humbarger, Tanya Vereeke, Janet Finton and Melissa Freck; and (back row from left) Heather Parsons, Billie Horrell, Gary Waldron, Deb Waldron, Kelly Finley, Amy Kissel, Jennie Wilkin and Mindi Herstad.

Strongest Link


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The Strongest Link honor for Roanoke Elementary School for the month of April was for the life skill of creativity.  Chosen by their teachers for exhibiting this skill are (first row from left) Jeremiah Snow, Charlie Johnson, Finley Tackitt, Keegan Connors and Carter Bowers; (second row from left) Ross Oden, Kendal DeHaven, Molly Hawkins, Jacob Hosler, LaBreanna Culver, (third row from left) Caiden Pohler, Isaiah Bair, Landen Bratton, Conner McAbee and Owen Crago; (fourth row from left) Chandler Stoffel, Camden Baker, Corbin Ingram, Arianna Mattingly and Trayce Culver; (fifth row fr

Sprucing it up


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As part of their community service project day, students in the Lancaster Elementary School’s essential skills classroom paint trash cans and picnic tables to help Homier Park get ready for baseball opening day.

Art + Design showcase at HU through May 11

The annual Art + Design Senior Showcase at Huntington University is being displayed through May 11 in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery on campus.

“Art + Design students have been diligent this academic year in developing an incredible body of work for their senior projects,” said Gregor Roth, assistant professor of graphic design. “Their dedication is evident as they have excelled at generating work that is to the same high standards as are required by graphic design professionals and clients.”

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