HUNTINGTON — The City of Huntington Foundation continues to accept nominations for the Greater Huntington Wall of Fame until Monday, July 15.

The wall is located in the Big Sandy Superstore Arena, and more than 138 people with Tri-State ties have been recognized since 1986.

To be eligible, the nominee must be a Huntingtonian, if not native born, the nominee must have lived in the Huntington area for a minimum of 10 years; must have performed a community service from which the entire Huntington area has benefited; and/or must have achieved national recognition in his or her chosen field and acted as ambassador for the Huntington area.

Nominees may be nominated from, but not limited to, the following categories: art (literary, performing, visual); business; civic (community) service; education; humanitarian; science (medicine, research); and sports.

Members of the City of Huntington Foundation are not permitted to make nominations. Elected federal, state, county or municipal officials are not eligible for nomination. The public should submit portfolios with the nominee's detailed information, support documents and 3 5 letters of recommendation.

Contact Maxine Loudermilk, President 304-696-5522 prior to submitting a nomination. To make a nomination, contact the City of Huntington Foundation's office at 304-696-5522.


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