Stitching in time


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Roanoke Elementary School Para-Professional Denise Ellis (third from left) teaches kindergartners how to stitch up their stockings.  Pictured are (from left) Mia Bowman, Kendra Kinstler, Ellis and Tarrah Lee.

Ceres Solutions Co-op to hold annual meeting

The annual meeting of shareholders for Ceres Solutions Cooperative will be held on Thursday, Dec. 20, in Wabash.

Board President and farmer Rob Versprille will welcome members and guests at 2 p.m., and Ceres Solutions CEO Jeff Troike will report on the results of the first business year of the combined regional cooperative.

Generous students


Photo by Steve Clark.

Huntington Catholic School presents monthly Spirit Awards to students from each grade who display Christ-like behavior. Generosity was one of the virtues chosen for the month of December and winners were (front row from left) Ozro Stepler, kindergarten; Lia Stanley, first grade; Scout Stepler, second grade; and Rebecca Brown, third grade; and (back row from left) Jesus Mendoza, fourth grade; Alexandra Craig, fifth grade; Lillian Brumbaugh, sixth grade; Jax Mickley, seventh grade; and Andrew Lamprecht, eighth grade. Winners were announced on Friday, Dec.

Grateful students


Photo by Steve Clark.

Huntington Catholic School presents monthly Spirit Awards to students from each grade who display Christ-like behavior. Gratitude was one of the virtues chosen for the month of December and winners were (front row from left) Mellie Burnard and Jebbie Burnard, both kindergarten; Mallory Barnard, first grade; Emylia Shideler, second grade; and Charlyn Brown, fourth grade; and (back row from left) Jayden Smith, fifth grade; Phoenix Stepler, sixth grade; Ellen Rorick, seventh grade; and Blaise Rupley, eighth grade. Not pictured is Jeremiah Vohs, third grade.

HCS December birthday books

Students at Huntington Catholic School celebrated their December birthdays by donating books to the school library, as is customary at the school. Pictured are (from left) Sam Bergler, kindergarten; Adriana Schenkel, first grade; Evalyn Dolby, second grade; and Jacqui Aguirre, third grade. Not pictured is Lorelai Carroll, preschool. Students presented their books to the school on Friday, Dec. 7, during an all-school liturgy at St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

‘Discover Roanoke’ race set for April 13

The 10th anniversary of the annual Discover Roanoke 10K, 5K, 1-mile race benefitting the Roanoke Lions Club will be held April 13, 2019, in downtown Roanoke at 9 a.m.

Awards will be given to the winners of each age group and the overall category winner. Chip timing will be used for all participants.

The Huntington North High School choir will perform the National Anthem prior to the race. As runners finish the race, refreshments will be available to them.

Zay to serve on four committees during the 121st Indiana General Assembly

State Sen. Andy Zay (R-Huntington) has been appointed by Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) to serve on four committees during the 121st Indiana General Assembly.

Zay will serve as ranking member of the Senate Committee on Insurance and Financial Institutions and as a member of the Senate Committees on Commerce and Technology, Environmental Affairs and Utilities.

Committee hearings can be viewed online by visiting iga.in.gov.

Legislative calendars, agendas, vote tallies and proposed legislation can also be found on this site.

Keep track of Santa with HCARS, NORAD radar

On Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, Huntington County Amateur Radio Society will be watching and discussing Santa’s travels around the world.

HCARS invites the public to monitor Santa with the club on their computers as he travels around the globe on the NORAD Tracking System at www.noradsanta.org, especially as he closes in on the United States. It is suggested that interested Santa watchers visit NORAD’s website prior to the event to familiarize themselves with their operation. The website is now active.

PHH’s Rehab Center closed Monday for move

Monday, Dec. 17, the Rehab and Wellness Center at Parkview Huntington Hospital (PHH) will close to patients and Adult Fitness Center members. The center was also closed Friday, Dec. 14. The closure allowed all pediatric and adult therapies, cardiac rehab services and the fitness center to temporarily relocate to a portion of the new addition.

Lady Vikes victorious


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The Huntington North High School girls’ bowling team won the Northwestern Indiana Invitational Tournament on Sunday, Dec. 9, in Hebron. Eight of the top area girls’ teams competed. The HNHS team was made up of (front row from left) Karli Cannici and Lauren Jackson and (back row from left) Cheyenne Cottrell, Janessa Creech, Brook Stroh, Saddie Uhrick and Head Coach Bob Gottschalk Jr.

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