- Huntington Art Walk Resumes Thursday in Downtown; Author at Adell's Antiques
- BOOK REVIEW: 'The Opposite of Loneliness': Marina Keegan's Posthumous Collection of Essays, Stories
- Jacobs-Jones named senior vice president for operations
- OP-ED: Life Near the Mexican Border
- Advertising majors win district competition
- Mayor Tells Comcast, "Folks Aren't Happy...."
- Researchers to present at the World Congress on Endometriosis in Brazil
- BOOK REVIEW: 'A Quick Guide to Freemasonry': You've Got Questions, David Harrison Has the Answers
- Powerful Data Proves It: Media Messages Influence Eating Disorders in Women and Girls
- BOOK REVIEW: 'Not Cool': Gutfeld at His Best
14th Toy Holiday Party Fund Raiser Tonight
Hundreds will nibble, munch and sample entrees from fine city restaurants.
During past years The Toy Train has helped thousands of local children through toy and monetary donations. Last year, children at the City Mission were ate at Max and Erma's where Santa stopped by. The visit was followed by a movie at Marquee Cinemas.
Among the child care centers, homeless facilities, schools and group homes that have received donations in the past are the Cabell Huntington Coalition for the Homeless, Geneva Kent Elementary School, Sarah's Heart Childcare, Kiwanis Day Care, Children's Place, Norma Gray Early Learning, Huntington City Mission/Project Hope, Enterprise Child Development Center, Cricket's Kids, and Central City Elementary School.