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United Way Announces Community Goals

The United Way of Huntington County held a series of Community Conversations during the second half of 2015 to determine what residents Huntington County residents believed to be the critical issues facing the community. As a result of these conversations, coupled with area statistics and...

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2016 Pacesetter Campaign kicks off with 1950’s flair

With nearly 90 community members in attendance representing 13 businesses, The United Way of Huntington County kicked off its 2016 Pacesetter Campaign with a 1950s flare Wednesday, July 13, 2016. The event brought together businesses for a fun lunch of networking, sharing, and building on...

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United Way Announces Golf, Bicycling, and Tri Events in August

The United Way of Huntington County has created a series of events to highlight the importance of Health & Wellness during the month of August. Special Events and Office Administrator Diane Brumbaugh shared that three specific events to help celebrate the importance of Health & Wellness...

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Partner Organization Highlight – Cancer Services

United Way of Huntington County is proud to partner with Cancer Services of Huntington County to help cancer patients with healthcare expenses. The organization provides assistance to cancer patients with prescriptions not covered, or only partially covered, by insurance. It also provides reimbursement for trips to...

United Way Board hires Drummond as President, CEO

June 13, 2016 The United Way Board of Directors has announced the hiring of Dr. Adam Drummond as the new President and CEO of the United Way of Huntington County. Following a nationwide search, the CEO selection committee, consisting of board and community members, made the...

A Reflection on the United Way Anniversary Gala

Reflecting on one’s journey is important — especially if over a period of 60 years and your name happens to be the United Way of Huntington County. It is time to celebrate legacy! To commemorate the lives touched through the United Way, a gala lit the...

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Hometown Exodus? Gen Y, The Great Migration, and Huntington, Ind.

I was recently reading an online article by Nathan Norris about the “Great Migration”: Generation Y, the under-30 Millennial crowd, and its mass exodus from small-town America to urbanized areas (to read it for yourself, click here). While the Boomers bought into the promise and safety...

The Wizard of AHHHS

Hello everyone, I hope that you are spending this Valentine’s week with the person you love whether that is family, a significant other or friend. I hope that they know how much you care for them and them about you. Just to be fun this week, I...