First HS trivia contest follows HD parade Saturday

The Huntington County Historical Society will host its first Huntington County Trivia Contest at its museum on June 22, from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., following the parade.

Due to seating limitations, the museum will accept no more than 50 contestants.

Branch and Albright earn HAHE graduation cermony on May 25

Mary Joy Branch (left) and Isaac James Albright celebrate their graduation in the Class of 2019, having completed their high school requirements through the Huntington Area Home Educators group.
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The Huntington Area Home Educators have announced that Mary Joy Branch and Isaac James Albright have completed their high school requirements and graduated in a ceremony on May 25 at Huntington Baptist Church.

HAHE is a local Christian home school support group.

Local man chosen for German exchange program

Paul Helmich
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Paul Helmich, of Huntington, was recently selected from a pool of nationwide applicants to participate in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange, a yearlong vocational program co-sponsored by the United States and Germany.

Participants in the exchange spend the first two to three months learning the German language and acclimating to the culture. After that, they intern with various German companies.

Helmich is the son of Bo and Anne Helmich. He is a 2019 graduate of Canterbury High School, in Fort Wayne.

Air Zoo to hail moon landing mark at library

The 50th anniversary of the first Apollo mission to land on the moon will be celebrated with the Air Zoo at the Huntington City-Township Public Library on Saturday, June 29, at 1 p.m.

Locals among seminary grads for Latter-day Saints

Some of the 18 area students who recently graduated from the seminary program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hold their diplomas. They are (front row from left) Emma Hunter, Alexis Harper, Jessica Henline, Rebecca Ambrose and Emma Cook; and (back row from left) Aaron Hatch, Aidan Hepworth, Alex Braun, Bryan Smith, Jackson Carlow and Mason Miller. Not pictured from Huntington County is Matthew Miller.
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Huntington County residents Jackson Carlow, Matthew Miller, Mason Miller and Jessica Henline are among 18 students from Fort Wayne, Huntington, Angola, Roanoke and Kendallville who graduated from the seminary program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on June 9.

Roz Puppets at Huntington library branch June 24

The Huntington Branch of the Huntington City-Township Public Library will host the Roz Puppets as they present “The Boy Who Cried Martian” puppet show, Monday, June 24, at 10 a.m.

When a young shepherd is given a chance to watch the village sheep after several false wolf alarms, he is eager to prove himself. Questions soon arise as the wooly creatures begin to disappear. Can the events be connected to a mysterious visitor’s arrival? Will the village ever trust the shepherd again? Find out as the Roz Puppets perform a sequel to the classic Aesop fable for all ages.

Andrews to flush town hydrants June 24-25

The Town of Andrews will be flushing water hydrants on Monday, June 24, and Tuesday, June 25.

For more information, visit the clerk-treasurer’s office at 66 N. Main St. or call 786-3848, ext. 202 or 388-3246.

Dribble drill

Photo by Steve Clark.

Participants in the Forester Basketball Camp dribble around players from the Huntington University men’s basketball team during a drill at the camp on Monday, June 17, in Platt Arena. The camp, which concludes today, Thursday, June 20, saw children in kindergarten through ninth grade learn basketball fundamentals from the men’s basketball team’s coaches and players.

Painting in the park

Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Plein Air artist Tamara Brown, of Muncie, demonstrates her talents on Saturday, June 15, at Salamonie Lake as part of the Paints in the Parks program at six Indiana state parks. Brown not only painted the scenic view of the Wildlife Management Pond, she also led a hands-on painting session and a painting demonstration at the park’s butterfly garden.

Roanoke Vintage & Handmade Market rescheduled to this Saturday

The Roanoke Vintage & Handmade Market has been rescheduled to Saturday, June 22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Originally scheduled to take place June 15, the event was postponed due to inclement weather.

The event will be held on Main and Second streets in downtown Roanoke. The market’s offerings will consist of vintage and antique items, plus hand-crafted wares, such as jewelry and clothing.

In addition to shopping, there will be live music for attendees to enjoy, as singer-songwriter Jess Thrower will perform from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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