Enyeart heads up new HNHS sports direction

Randy Enyeart.
Photo by Jessica Williams.

Originally published Oct. 1, 2009.

One Huntington North High School teacher and coach is bringing something new to the table this year.

Randy Enyeart, who teaches physical hducation and health and coaches football and track, has picked up the intramural sports program at HNHS to offer students another op-portunity to get involved.

"What we're trying to do is offer students other opportunities for athletic events outside of varsity sports," says Enyeart.

He says he understands varsity sports aren't for everyone.

Sheriff's sales now on Web site

Capt. Steve McIntyre, Huntington County jail commander, explains how to access the link to Sheriff’s sales on the county’s Web site. McIntyre designed the link, which now gives detailed information on properties that will be sold.
Photo by Andre B. Laird.

Effective immediately, postings of upcoming Sheriff sales within Huntington County, will now be posted on the county's Web site, according to Commissioner Tom Wall.

"I'm happy that we have a county employee, Capt. Steve McIntyre, who saw the need to get us up-to-speed with something like this and took the initiative to do so," Wall states.

McIntyre says after getting the go-ahead from Major Tom Carney, he modeled the look of the site after the one similar to Tippecanoe County's, with one exception.

Three agencies to again use teamwork to aid local needy in holiday season

Love In the Name of Christ, The Salvation Army of Huntington County and Huntington County Toys for Tots will again work together as a Christmas clearinghouse to assist needy families and individuals this holiday season.

The Salvation Army will be taking applications from those families who are in need at its facility, 1424 E. Market St., Oct. 19-23, Oct. 26-31 and Nov. 2-6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. all days.

Vedndors are need for annual holiday craft show at KBC in Warren

Vendors are needed for the annual holiday craft show to be held at the Knight-Bergman Center in Warren on Nov. 21.

Any type of craft, homemade goods, "shabby chic" or other forms are allowed. The show, however, is not open to commercial vendors.

New this year will be farmers' market items.

For more information call 375-2436.


HU Fall Work Day

Photo by Matt Murphy.

A group of Huntington University students from Wright Hall work to replace a roof at the home of Aloralee and Donald Bromley on Frederick Street in Huntington on Saturday morning, Oct. 10. The young men were part of HU's Fall Work Day, in which students from around the campus perform service projects throughout Huntington County.

YSB to hold dining fund-raiser at Applebee's

The Youth Services Bureau of Huntington County is hosting a "Dine to Donate" fundraiser at Applebee's of Huntington on Tuesday, Oct. 20.

"The agency will receive 15 percent of all sales during this time. Supporters must have an accompanying coupon for the proceeds to be received," says Jan Williams, executive director of the Youth Services Bureau.

Honored arrival

Photo by Matt Murphy.

Gene Snowden, one of two men for whom Lake Sno-Tip at Huntington University is named, arrives by helicopter on Saturday, Oct. 10, for the lake's birthday celebration. Snowden served as the guest of honor at the event,

4-H judges workshop on Nov. 7 in Fort Wayne

Adults interested in learning how to become 4-H project judges at county 4-H fairs are invited to attend the Northeast Indiana 4-H Judges Workshop on Saturday, Nov. 7.

The event will be held at Grace Point Church of the Nazarene, located at 8611 Mayhew Rd. in Fort Wayne.

The workshop will begin with registration at 8:30 a.m. A general session at 9 a.m. will explain the philosophy of judging 4-H projects, working with youth during the judging process and understanding project rules.

Saying thanks

Photo provided.

Huntington Firefighter Travis Monsey, who works out of the Etna Avenue fire station, helps himself to breakfast Thursday, Oct. 8, at Parkview Huntington Hospital. The hospital hosted the breakfast for Huntington County firefighters during National Fire Prevention Week as a way to thank them for their dedication and hard work in providing professional emergency services to the community.

Abbott completes Air Force training

Austin Abbott.
Photo provided.

Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Austin J. Abbott recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX.

Abbott completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.

Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.


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