Next Wild Wednesday movie is ‘New in Town’

The next Wild Wednesday movie for Seniors will be “New in Town,” to be shown Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the Huntington 7 Theater, 350 Hauenstein Rd., Huntington.

Theater doors open at 8:30 a.m. and the movie starts at 9 a.m. Admission this month will be two choices from a list of food items: soup, macaroni and cheese or crackers. The donations will go to Love In the Name of Christ.

There will be snack bar discounts available, free doughnuts, juice, coffee and door prizes will be given away.

Former local now a captain in FWFD

Newly-sworn-in Fort Wayne Fire Department Captain Chad Bauer (left) is congratulated by Assistant Chief and Fort Wayne Fire Marshal Jim Murua following his recent promotion. Bauer, a 15-year veteran of FWFD, is a Huntington native.
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Huntington native Chad K. Bauer was recently promoted to captain with the Fort Wayne Fire Department.

Bauer is a 15-year veteran of the department and is on the FWFD Hazmat team. He has served on the Safety Committee, Journeymens Committee and had been a union steward. 

GriefShare to discuss holidays

GriefShare will be holding a Surviving the Holidays seminar on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at College Park Church, in Huntington, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The seminar will help participants who are grieving a loved one prepare for the holidays and discover hope for the future.

For more information, visit www.griefshare.org/holidays.

College Park Church is located at 1945 College Ave., Huntington.

Giving her autograph


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Students and staff at Roanoke Elementary School recently signed their names on steel beams that will be used in the construction of the new Roanoke Elementary. Pictured is fourth-grade student Molly Craft signing her name on one of the beams.

New Life to hold annual benefit auction

New Life Ministries will hold its annual benefit auction on Thursday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m. at Cottage Event Center, 9527 U.S.-24, Roanoke.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the auction begins at 6:30 p.m.

The event will also celebrate the opening of the women and children’s branch of the Women’s Life House, which is set for today, Monday, Nov. 11.

College Park is drop-off for Operation Christmas Child

College Park Church, in Huntington, will be a drop-off center for Operation Christmas Child.

Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week will be Nov. 18 to 25.

College Park Church is open Monday through Friday, as well as Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The church is located at 1945 College Ave., Huntington.

Celebrating birthdays with books


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Students at Huntington Catholic School celebrate their birthdays by purchasing a book for the school library in honor of their special day. They will also be the first to read that book. Celebrating the occasion at an all-school liturgy on Friday, Nov. 1, at SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church are (from left) Samson Dinius and Harper Garrott, both in first grade; Damen Ball, in fifth grade; and Lillian Brumbaugh, in seventh grade.

Saintly students


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Students from Huntington Catholic School portray different saints for a special program presented during an all-school liturgy held Friday, Nov. 1, at SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Students participating in All Saints Day are (front row from left) Becca Barnard, Kaylee Dennis, Daniela Plascencia, Isaac Dinius, Claire Fettinger and Jacqui Aguirre; and (back row from left) Gena Harrell, Cole Stetzel, Steven Ball, Jeremiah Vohs, Juniper Stepler and Jacob Vohs.

Roanoke receives ukeleles


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Roanoke Elementary School recently received a memorial donation for a classroom set of ukuleles. The funds for the ukuleles were given in memory of Ethan Teeple by Gary and Autumn Teeple and their children Trevor and Kenzi. Celebrating the occasion are (front row) Kenzi Teeple; (middle row from left) Alesia Kaszowski, Hannah Skiles, Principal Jami Craft, Autumn Teeple, Gary Teeple, Sophie Mulvey and Ashton McCoy; and (back row from left) Music Teacher Barry Jamison, Landon Perkins, Jaron Pye, Charlie Lilly and Lily Campbell.

Helping out the media center


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The Roanoke Lions Club recently made a donation to the Roanoke Elementary School media center. The donated funds were raised through Lions Club activities over the summer. Pictured are (from left) Tammy Winans, media clerk, Roanoke Elementary; and Lions Club members Lynn Nicholson, Craig Bernard and John Wasmuth.

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