MacKenzie Morley

    MacKenzie Morley

    “As a new business in town, we received such a warm welcome from so many of the fellow businesses and patrons in downtown. It was truly uplifting to know that we were being embraced by the community and to immediately feel as if we were a part of this incredible...
    Sara Payne Scarbro

    Sara Payne Scarbro

    “I was born at St. Mary’s Hospital so my Huntington connection started literally at birth. My mother loved the clean hospital and the caring nurses. Growing up in Putnam County, my parents brought us to Huntington about once a week to eat at Jim’s. We didn’t...
    Amanda Kolling

    Amanda Kolling

    “When married to an academic, you get used to a vagabond life. Before my husband’s job at Marshall brought us to Huntington, we had lived in three states, most recently in New Jersey. I found New Jersey to be beautiful and unique, and in our near decade of...
    Margaret Mary Layne

    Margaret Mary Layne

    “When Create Huntington was formed some years ago, I began to see a synergy generated that I had never witnessed before in Huntington. As a native and Marshall grad, who has worked for over forty years to make Huntington a better place, I am thrilled and heartened to...
    Tyson Compton

    Tyson Compton

    “Growing up in Eastern Kentucky, it was always a treat for me to visit Huntington with my family. I remember Marshall games, shopping downtown and lots of Jim’s Spaghetti! Those things were #MyHuntington. Ten years ago I was working in Ashland and watched as good...
    Kathy Cosco

    Kathy Cosco

    A nostalgic look at MyHuntington I was a Marshall student when I first became a Huntington resident. I recall walking across campus to get a Turkey Grinder at Mycrofts; attending Baptist Campus Ministry on Wednesday nights; and even dancing in Boney’s Hole in the Wall...