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The Journal Gazette

Saturday, October 05, 2019 1:00 am

PEOPLE AND PLACES

Giving back

• The CPC Women's Health Resource annual walkathon and color run raised more than $26,000 for the Bryan, Ohio, organization.

• Pathfinder Services received a $13,950 grant from Rural Local Initiatives Support Corp. for the artist in residence program at the new Huntington Arts & Entrepreneurial Center.

Recognition

Huntington County Honors inducted the following into its 2019 class: Fred Fields, George Haines, Ralph and Barbara Johnson family, John Niederman, William and Marjorie Zahn family, David Brewer, Walter Rusk, Dr. Roxy Lefforge, Harold Shultz and Dr. Eugene Habecker. The ceremony will be at 3 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Historic Forks of the Wabash in Huntington. For more information on the inductees, go to www.huntingtoncountyhonors.org.

Volunteers

NeighborLink is seeking volunteers to help with leaf raking for Fort Wayne senior citizens or people with disabilities. Volunteers can sign up on the website at www.NLFW.org. In addition, if residents need leaf raking assistance, they can call 209-0074 or post needs to the website.

New officers

The Heritage Lions Club in Hoagland elected the following officers: Ed Coy, president; Larry Smith, first vice president; Rick Boys, second vice president; and Cindy Wolfe, secretary.