Over 400 children recreate 100-year-old photo for Bicentennial Torch Relay

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WANE) – The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay stopped in Huntington Friday and over 400 4th graders from Huntington County Community Schools gathered at the courthouse to recreate a photo taken 100 years ago as part of a Centennial celebration.

400 4th graders and community leaders gathered on the steps of the court house to recreate the 100 year old photo.
400 4th graders and community leaders gathered on the steps of the courthouse to recreate the 100-year-old photo.

The children were joined by Mayor Brooks Fetters, Sheriff Terry Stoffel and other community leaders.

The above video shows torchbearer Bob Jennings of the Huntington YMCA Running Club on the torch relay route.

The Bicentennial Torch Relay will arrive in Allen County Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The torchbearer will be traveling through downtown Fort Wayne and surrounding areas before arriving in DeKalb County later in the afternoon.

For more information, or to view the official schedule visit IN.gov.