County 4-Hers grab high placings in state fair sheep show

Here are the results of how Huntington County 4-H members placed in the 4-H Sheep Show held at the Indiana State Fair:

NATURAL COLORED DIVISION — MARKET LAMBS
Class 4, Natural Colored Market Lambs
Jonathan McMillan, 10th place; Mason Miller, 11th place; Dalaney Vickrey, 12th place.

Class 9, Junior Market Lamb Showmanship
Jonathan McMillan, fifth place.

Hgtn. County Cattlemen set Aug. 22 meet

The Huntington County Cattlemen will meet on Thursday, Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. in First Merchants Bank Heritage Hall at the Huntington County Fairgrounds. 

Topics for discussion include proposed changes for beef and starter calf projects; a date for Beef/Starter Calf ID Day in 2020; and judge selection for preview show, 4-H Fair beef show, and 4-H Fair starter calf show in 2020.

Interested 4-H members and parents involved with the beef and/or starter calf project are encouraged to attend this meeting.  As a reminder, submit bios of judge candidates in advance of the meeting.

Gellers get scholarships from T-E Incorporated

T-E Incorporated has announced two scholarships awarded for the fall semester to Cassidy Geller and Mitchell Geller, both of Huntington. 

Cassidy Geller is a senior studying kinesiology at Indiana University and Mitchell Geller is a sophomore studying biology at Trine University.

T-E Incorporated is a local contracting/engineering firm specializing in site development, engineering, surveying, utilities and asphalt paving,

Four blood drives upcoming for American Red Cross as need high

The American Red Cross needs donors of all blood types to help overcome an ongoing emergency blood shortage this summer.

Upcoming local donation drives in Huntington County are:

Huntington
• Aug. 19, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Evangelical United Methodist Church, 1000 Flaxmill Rd.
• Aug. 29, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Huntington University, 2303 College Ave.
• Aug. 30, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Huntington County Courthouse, 201 N. Jefferson St.

Life’s Little Treasures becomes an On My Way Pre-K provider

Life’s Little Treasures pupil Ella Murawski works on her artistic skills. The daycare center is now an On My Way Pre-K provider.
Photo provided.

Life’s Little Treasures Daycare has announced it is now an On My Way Pre-K provider.

Muddy Feet Preschool begins Sept. 9, and there are still openings available. On My Way Pre-K is for children age 4 by Aug. 1, and provides preschool at no cost to families who qualify.

To qualify, parents must be employed, in school or attending job training. This free program provides up to 50 hours a week of preschool and childcare.

HCTPL cardholders now have access to RBDigital free of charge

Anyone with a Huntington City-Township Public Library card now has access to RBDigital, free of charge. RBDigital is an online platform with thousands of digital audiobooks available for instant download with no wait times, holds or fees.

Audiobooks can be listened to from any smartphone or tablet with access to the RBDigital app through their respective app stores, as well as on the web. To start listening, download the RBDigital app or visit hunting tonin.rbdigital.com.

Announce county results for non-animal state fair projects

Results of many Indiana State Fair non-animal projects have been announced.

An orange ribbon awarded to a project signifies an exceptional blue ribbon exhibit (merit), and other top exhibits are awarded blue ribbons.  Exhibitors can also receive second-tier red ribbons, third-tier white ribbons and green participation ribbons. Sweepstakes is awarded to the best overall exhibit in that 4-H project subject matter area.

Here’s how Huntington County 4-H members placed in the various categories:

Flint Springs benefits from Johnson spirit pump

Students of Flint Springs Elementary School and representatives of Johnson Petroleum celebrate the donation of $1,456.50, the proceeds from the company’s “spirit pump” program. Pictured are (front row from left) Aviaz Land, Audrey Hosier, Zech Shultz, Claire Herendeen, Hannah Wajer and Blakeley Johnson; and (back row from left) Tayler Johnson, Johnson Petroleum representative; Aimee Lunsford, Flint Springs principal; Tanner Johnson and Blake Lyon, Johnson Petroleum representatives.
Photo provided.

This summer, Johnson Petroleum teamed up with its fuel supplier, Citgo Petroleum, to promote a “Spirit Pump,” that collected $1,456.50 to benefit Flint Springs Elementary School.

This decorated dispenser was located at Economart convenience store at the corner of State and Broadway in Huntington. Through two months of the summer, Johnson Petroleum committed to donating 3 cents for every gallon sold at the designated fuel dispenser to Flint Springs.

Johnson representatives presented a check to the school on Aug. 8.

Area students make the grade on MU deans list

The following students from Huntington County were named to the dean’s list at Manchester University, in North Manchester, for the spring semester.

Those students are:

Huntington
Elizabeth Allred, social work.
Chandler Bauer, accounting.
Gregory Goff, business management.
Brenna Inderlied, accounting.
Levi Lehman, software engineering.
Brady Pyrah, accounting.
Christina Thomson, environmental science.
Pryce Whisenhunt, instrumental music education.

Markle
Caleb Hoppe, pre-pharmacy.

Roanoke PL announces next adult coloring time

Adult coloring and craft time will be offered at the Roanoke Public Library on Thursday, Aug. 22, at 7 p.m.

Supplies will be available for coloring only, but participants are welcome to bring their own craft or coloring supplies.

The library is located at 314 N. Main St., Suite 120, Roanoke.

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