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Heritage Days sponsor: Gerdau Huntington

Posted: Friday, June 14, 2019

Members of the Heritage Days Steering Committee met with representatives from Gerdau Huntington Facility, which is the sponsor of Heritage Days 2019, on Thursday, June 13, at Gerdau, 25 Commercial Road. Heritage Days will take place Wednesday, June 19, through Sunday, June 23, with the theme, The ’60s: “Yesterday.”

The Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Rich Card, plant manager, and Kendall Mickley, controller, for their generous sponsorship of this year’s Heritage Days. The contribution of the yearly sponsor of Heritage Days makes the festivities and events possible. Gerdau Huntington Facility was also the sponsor of Heritage Days 2017.

The Chamber and the community of Huntington appreciate Gerdau Huntington Facility!

Shown in the photo from left, front row, include Devon Henderson, Huntington City-Township Public Library, Heritage Days Steering Committee; Eric Hills, quality manager, Dianne Metzger, quality engineer, Rich Card, plant manager, Kendall Mickley, controller, Jeremy Lambert, routine facilitator and Ron Buford, maintenance facilitator and all from Gerdau Huntington Facility. Pictured in the back row, from left, include Pat Johnson, Dean Foods and Brittany Fishburn, Christian Life Tabernacle Church, both steering committee members; Paula Kimmel, Heritage Days publicity chair; Steve Kimmel, executive director, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce; Malcolm McBryde, Huntington City-Township Public Library and Samantha Garcia, both steering committee members and Angie Garcia, office administrator, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce. Not shown in the photo is Jason Fields, the 2019 steering committee chair.