Reverend Returns To Charleston

Reverend Returns To Charleston

“The air seems clean. The place seems clean. But yet, there’s so many hearts that remain unclean.”

That was the impression Rev. Luonne Rouse, pastor of the United Methodist Church of Huntington/Cold Spring Harbor, recalled having when he arrived in Charleston, S.C. on Monday, where he has spent much of the past week after nine people were shot and killed at Mother Emanuel AME Church.

Authorities say a white supremacist sat in on a Bible study at the historic African-American church for nearly an hour; then, when the service concluded, he opened fire.

Read on to learn about Rev. Rouse and the work he has done so far.

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Starting Every Friday With A Laugh

Starting Every Friday With A Laugh

Eli Mollineaux, an eighth-grader at J. Taylor Finley Middle School in Huntington, is a funny kid.

For the past two years, he’s commandeered the PA system, closing out the Friday morning announcements with a pun, a joke or a wisecrack of some sort.

Read on to learn about Mollineaux, the challenges he's faced, and how he has risen above them and become a beloved figure in his community and beyond!

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Opening Up A Blast From The Past!

Opening Up A Blast From The Past!

Members of the Countrywood Primary Center community, both past and present, took a step back in time June 8 as the school celebrated its 50th  anniversary.

Over 50 friends, family, guests from the surrounding community and alumni gathered in celebration of the milestone opened a 25-year-old time capsule, which contained emblems of the school’s history and fond memories.

Read on for the full scoop on this exciting, monumental event!

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