Courtesy of the Pilot Club Beau Evans, Traffic Safety Director & Safety Town Director, City of Huntington, Kathy Moore, City of Huntington Finance Director, Vernon Casey, Safety Town Coordinator and Deborah Chapman, Pilot Club of Huntington

The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON -The Pilot Club of Huntington would like to announce the grants awarded from the proceeds from a previous Antiques Show and Sale.

One of the biggest grants goes to the City of Huntington Safety Town Program. The grant allows the city to help purchase a special needs vehicle for children attending with the program who otherwise are unable to drive other vehicles offered.

Other grants were awarded to Silver sponsor of the Huntington Walk to End Alzheimer's; Honor Flight of Huntington; Gro, Inc.; Huntington Museum of Art "A Crow a Day" exhibit; Huntington Museum of Art After School Initiative; Cabell County Special Olympics; Faith in Action; River Valley Child Development Center and Cabell Wayne Association of the Blind.

The Pilot Club is an international service organization of business and professional persons dedicated to assisting local agencies. Grants are given to community organizations and agencies in the Tri-State area from proceeds raised at the annual Antiques Show and Sale.

This year's Antiques Show have been announced and are scheduled to be held Aug. 16-18 at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena Conference Center.

For more information on this year's show, call 304-674-3655.


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