Victory Noll Center will host “Sundaes on Sunday” on Aug. 8

Victory Noll Center will host "Sundaes on Sunday" on Aug. 8 from 1 to 4 p.m.

There will be ice cream sundaes, live music, clowns, face painting and much more.

There is a suggested donation per person or for families of four or more.

For more information about Victory Noll Center, contact Sue Wilhelm at 356-0628, extension 128 or via e-mail at suewilhelm@olvm.org.

Victory Noll Center is located at 1900 W. Park Drive in Huntington.

 

Dillman UB Church to hold ice cream social

Dillman United Brethren Church's annual ice cream social will be held on Aug. 21, from 4 to 7 p.m., in the church's Fellowship Hall.

Featured will be Dillman made Sloppy Joes, hot dog and sloppy dog sandwiches, chips, relishes, ice cream, pies, and cakes.
Freewill donations will be accepted and proceeds will be used for the building fund.

Dillman Church is located three miles west of Ind.-3 on CR 900S in Wells County.

 

Special education services for private, parochial schools to be discussed

The availability of special education services to students in Huntington or Whitley counties who attend private or parochial schools or who are homeschooled will be discussed during a meeting on Thursday, Aug. 5, at 6 p.m. in the auditoria of Crestview Middle School.

Parents and school administrators are invited to attend.

For more information, call Vendetta Gutshall, Huntington/Whitley Special Services, at 356-1730.

 

First Federal Savings Bank participate in a game of kickball as fundraiser


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Employees of First Federal Savings Bank participate in a game of kickball during an evening of games and a cookout to raise money for the Huntington County United Way. First Federal is one of several area financial institutions serving as United Way Pacesetters, conducting its United Way campaign in advance of the general fundraising campaign.

Huntington Area Home Educaters to host home schooling meeting

The Huntington Area Home Educators (HAHE) will host an informational meeting for those considering home schooling on Tuesday, Aug. 3, at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Baptist Church.

The church is located at 2453 Waterworks Rd., Huntington.

HAHE members who have experience in home schooling will be available to provide information. Information about curriculum will be available, and handouts will be offered.

 

Youth group to sponsor Canstock

The youth group of the Evangelical United Methodist Church is sponsoring Canstock for the second consecutive year.

Organizers are asking all churches and organizations to collect nonperishable food items now through Sept. 2. Donated items can be dropped off at the Evangelical United Methodist Church, 1000 Flaxmill Rd., during the church's regular office hours.

All donated items will be turned over to Love INC to be given to area residents in need.

For more information, contact Justin Miller, coordinator, at 358-2553 or canstock_eum@hotmail.com.

 

Markle Area Chamber of Commerce to hold townwide garage sale

The Markle Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the Wildcat Festival town-wide community garage sale, Aug. 28.

The event is open to all interested Markle residents and participants can display their items for sale from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Registration forms are available at Tender Gardens, MarkleBank, Markle Library and Markle Town Hall. Completed registration forms need to be returned to Teresa Beck, at Tender Gardens Flower Shop, 134 E. Morse St., no later than Aug. 20, by 5:30 p.m.

Back to School Fair sign-ups double from year ago: Fetrow

Representatives of the United Way pacesetter financial institutions present clothing and school supplies to Bill Fetrow (right), director of love INC, for use in the agency’s Back to School Fair on July 31.
Photo by Cindy Klepper.

The number of students signed up to attend Love INC's Back to School Fair on July 31 doubled over last year, says Bill Fetrow, Love INC.'s executive director.

About 800 students registered to "shop" for back-to-school clothing at the event, he says, up from 400 last year - an indication that many families are nearing the end of their available financial resources.

It's a continuation of a cycle that began a couple of years ago, Fetrow believes, when many area factories and businesses either shut down or made deep cuts in the number of people they employed.

CADV sponsoring a self-care seminar Aug. 18

The Council Against Domestic Violence of Huntington County is sponsoring a self-care seminar in partnership with the Victory Noll Center on Wednesday, Aug. 18, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Victory Noll Center.

The Self-Care Seminar will give those in care-giving professions the opportunity to take a break from the work week to be refreshed and encouraged.

Mt. Etna Masons to hold car show Saturday, Aug. 7

Austin Smith (left) and his 1996 Ford Mustang and Charlie Drummond and his 1929 Model A Roadster are two of the entries in the Mt. Etna Masonic Lodge Car Show. The event will be held this Saturday, Aug. 7,  at the Mt. Etna Lodge.
Photo by Andre B. Laird.

Mt. Etna Masonic Lodge 333 will host a car show on Saturday, Aug. 7, from 11 a.m. to 3p.m., at the Mt. Etna Lodge.

There is a small entry fee per vehicle and trophies will be awarded to first through third place as well as dash plaques.

Vehicles of all makes and models are encouraged to enter the show.

There will also be door prizes and food and drinks.

For more information on the car show, contact Guilford Wehr at 358-6303; Bob Haley at 358-8559 or Ted Scott at 375-3861.

 

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