Huntington Categories



Annual meeting and speaker on the United Nations

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Huntington Drug Court Meeting – May 23

The May 23 meeting will feature Family Court Judge Patricia Keller talking about Cabell County’s Drug Court and the new WEAR program.

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Celebrate the 95th Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote

Celebrate the 95th Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote. August 26, 5 pm at the Pea Ridge United Methodist Church.

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Sustainability Fair in Huntington

The Huntington League will staff a booth at the Sustainability Fair.

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November 17 meeting. Topic- New Expeditionary Learning School in Cabell County

November 17 meeting. Topic- New Expeditionary Learning School in Cabell County

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War expert to speak to Huntington League – May 19

2014 is the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I in Europe. David Woodward will speak on some important issues from the book he wrote about World War I. Can we learn from the mistakes of the past?

When: May 19 at League Meeting

Huntington Meeting – January 20 – Our Children, Our Future

January 20, noon meeting at Tascali’s restaurant. Topic – Our Children, Our Future, 2014 legislative platform. Open to the public.

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Children and Poverty in West Virginia

October 28, 7 pm meeting at the Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church — Sen. Bob Plymale, speaking on Children and Poverty in West Virginia..

A Place at the Table – Showing

On August 15, 1 pm at the west Huntington library the League will sponsor a viewing of the film, “A Place at the Table”. The film wakes us up to problem of hunger in the US, and explains some of our other problems. The public is invited to attend the event.

“A Place at the Table” is a documentary film that shows how hunger poses serious economic, social, and cultural implications for the United States, and what solutions are possible. The film shows that many in our country are not receiving the nutrition needed to sustain them for good health and productive lives. As of 2012, about 50 million Americans were food insecure. This was approximately 1 in 6 of the overall population, with the proportion of children facing food insecurity even higher at about 1 in 4.

Electoral Disfunction

Watch “Electoral Disfunction” with the League of Women Voters.