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City of Huntington Foundation

Published by Maxine Loudermilk · June 1, 2017 ·
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The City of Huntington Foundation is seeking nominations for
2017 Greater Huntington Wall of Fame.

Nominations due June 30, 2017

In order to qualify for nomination into the City of Huntington Foundaion, Inc's Greater Huntington Wall of Fame Citizen Achievement Recognition Award, an individual must meet the following requirements:

*Be a Huntingtonian, if not native-born, the nominee must have lived in the Huntington area for a minimun of 10 years.

*Have performed a community service from which the entire Huntington area has benefited.
and/or
*Have achieved national recognition in his or her chosen field and acted as ambassador for the Huntington Area.

PROCEDURES FOR INDUCTION

Members of the City of Huntington Foundation, Inc are not permitted to make nominations. Elected federal, state, county or municipal officials are not eligible for nomination. The public at-large submit a portfolio of the nominee's history including qualifying iformation, support material and three to five letters of recommendation to the foundation on or before June 30, 2017.

Please concact Maxine Loudermilk 304-696-5522 prior to making a nomination for more detaied Instructions.

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The Greater Huntington Wall of Fame Class of 2017: Jack W. Cook, Terry Deppner Hardin, J. Mark McVey and Neal B "Whitey" Wilson.

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Greater Huntington Wall of Fame Inductees for 2017 are:
J. Mark McVey
Jack W. Cook
Terry Deppner Hardin
Neal B. "Whitey" Wilson

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The induction ceremony will be October 19, 2017 at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena. For infomation contact Maxine Loudermilk, 304-696-5522.

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The Board of Directors of the City of Huntington Foundation, Inc. would like to welcome the new members and the remaining members of 2017 Huntington City Council. The new members include Tina Brooks, District 9, Charlie McComas, District 2, Tonia Kay Page, District 5, Mike Shockley, District 7, Alex Vance, District 3, Jennifer Wheeler, District 4, and Carol Polan, At-large. The remaining members are Mark Bates, District 6, Joyce Clark, District 1, Tom McGuffin, District 8 and Rebecca Thacker, At-large.

City of Huntington Foundation

Wedding planning? Come and visit the Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium for a tour. It is a great venue for a wedding. Rates are reasonable. The auditorium is located in Huntington City Hall in downtown. A must see......

call 304-696-5522

Wedding planning? Come and visit the Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium for a tour. It is a great venue for a wedding. Rates are reasonable. The auditorium is located in Huntington City Hall in downtown. A must see......

call 304-696-5522

2017 is going to be a wonderful year for the City of Huntington Foundation.

Starting in January, the Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium will be offering new rental rate deals for those groups, business and individuals interested in winter and spring events.

We are, also, looking forward to upgrading the JCS Auditorium stage lighting and other improvements.

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For more information, contact Maxine Loudermilk, President at 304-696-5522 or cell 304-6541471

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Tonight's 2016 Wall of Fame Award Ceremonies

Even Super Heroes need some cake every once in a while. We love ya both.

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I had a wonderful time, and laughed for a solid hour and a half hearing these wonderful ladies of the theater share stories in celebration of Helga Thorn's 50 y...ears helping out local theater. Thanks Helen Freeman, Patricia Manis and Maxine Loudermilk for putting Sunday's event together. http://www.herald-dispatch.com/…/article_a523bdf1-5321-51ca…

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Come Celebrate with Helga Thorn at Huntington City Hall on August 21, 2016

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The inductees for the 2016 Greater Huntington Wall of Fame are:

George Daniel "Danny" Clark
Charles W. Clements, MD
Arthur Shade Jones, MD...
Rabbi David Wucher

The Induction Ceremony will be October 13, 2016 at the Big Sandy Supperstore Arena. Ticket prices are Corporate Table $1,200,
Half Corporate Table $600 and Individual tickets are $75.

For reservations call Maxine Loudermilk 304-696-5522

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Did you know that the Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium is available for more than just theater and dance events? We can cater to corporate events, symposiums, meetings, weddings and receptions, etc.!

Located in historic City Hall, the auditorium boasts a very rich and storied past. It is part of why Huntington is one of America's Best Communities! #abc8

If you would like information on renting the auditorium, please contact Maxine Loudermilk at 3046965522.

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City of Huntington Foundation

The City of Huntington Foundation is seeking nominations for
2016 Greater Huntington Wall of Fame.

Nominations due June 30, 2016

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In order to qualify for nomination into the City of Huntington Foundaion, Inc's Greater Huntington Wall of Fame Citizen Achievement Recognition Award, an individual must meet the following requirements:

*Be a Huntingtonian, if not native-born, the nominee must have lived in the Huntington area for a minimun of 10 years.

*Have performed a community service from which the entire Huntington area has benefited.
and/or
*Have achieved national recognition in his or her chosen field and acted as ambassador for the Huntington Area.

PROCEDURES FOR INDUCTION

Members of the City of Huntington Foundation, Inc are not permitted to make nominations. Elected federal, state, county or municipal officials are not eligible for nomination. The public at-large submit a portfolio of the nominee's history including qualifying iformation, support material and three to five letters of recommendation to the foundation on or before June 30, 2016.

Please concact Maxine Loudermilk 304-696-5522 prior to making a nomination for more detaied Instructions.

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The City of Huntington Foundation is seeking nominations for
2016 Greater Huntington Wall of Fame.

Nominations due June 30, 2016

...

In order to qualify for nomination into the City of Huntington Foundaion, Inc's Greater Huntington Wall of Fame Citizen Achievement Recognition Award, an individual must meet the following requirements:

*Be a Huntingtonian, if not native-born, the nominee must have lived in the Huntington area for a minimun of 10 years.

*Have performed a community service from which the entire Huntington area has benefited.
and/or
*Have achieved national recognition in his or her chosen field and acted as ambassador for the Huntington Area.

PROCEDURES FOR INDUCTION

Members of the City of Huntington Foundation, Inc are not permitted to make nominations. Elected federal, state, county or municipal officials are not eligible for nomination. The public at-large submit a portfolio of the nominee's history including qualifying iformation, support material and three to five letters of recommendation to the foundation on or before June 30, 2016.

Please concact Maxine Loudermilk 304-696-5522 prior to making a nomination for more detaied Instructions.

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Located on the second floor of Huntington City Hall, the Jean Carlo Stephenson Theatre opened in 1914 with the construction of the current City Hall building at the corner of 5th Avenue and 8th Street. Following World War II, the auditorium became dormant, mostly being used as storage, and became a…
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Restoration of the terrazzo marble floors at City Hall is now complete. Thank you to the City of Huntington Foundation, Dr. Joe Touma and other community members who made this project possible.