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HNHS alumni make donation

The Huntington North High School Class of 1972 recently raised $6,300 during its 50th class reunion at Heritage Hall.

With the funds, the class purchased a gazebo for the Huntington Community School Corporation’s Learning Center.

 The gazebo was assembled by Dave Harvey’s building trades class. It will be landscaped by Emily Brite’s landscaping class next spring.

Laurie Park's musical tones

Weather permitting, Club Saxophone will be performing in Laurie Park on Thursday evening, Aug. 25 at 7 pm. The City of Huntington and the Erie Band are sponsoring the free concert. This will be the final parks concert of the summer for the group. Bring lawn chairs and blankets for your comfort and convenience.

Pet parade planned

The annual 4-H Pet Parade will be held July 26 at 7 p.m. in the Parkview Huntington Hospital Show Arena at the Huntington County Fairgrounds, as part of the fair.
Children aged 9 and younger may participate if they are not enrolled in the regular 4-H program. Mini 4-H member are eligible to enter.
Participants may choose to enter their pets as individuals or as groups. They are encouraged to wear a costume and dress up their pet. Each child will receive a prize.
The Huntington County Farm Bureau, Inc. is the parade sponsor.
For more information call 672 - 2611.

Two-EE’s receive medal

A wine produced by Two-EE’s Winery in Roanoke was recently awarded the bronze medal in the prestigious 2022 TEXSOM Awards.

Two EE’s 2020 Touriga Nacional, a dry red wine, competed against 2,000 collective entries worldwide, where only a fraction of submissions are awarded medals. It was Two EE’s first year participating in the competition.