07 Feb Youth Participate in “Health Rocks!” 4-H Series

In conjunction with the S.E.T. (Social, Emotional and Talent development) program students at Hutton are participating in, "Health Rocks!" is an 8 week, nation-wide 4-H series that focuses on reducing drug and alcohol abuse in youth. Within the lessons, the students will be learning about addiction, risks...

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15 Nov Hutton Settlement Annual Christmas Tree Fundraiser!

Experience the annual Hutton Settlement Christmas Tree Fundraiser! Every year, our community comes out in full force to show their Hutton support and we couldn’t be more thankful! This annual fundraiser raises funds for our on-campus programs, including Journeys, SALUTE, Team Odyssey and our educational...

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11 Nov Hope & Wholeness: A Parent’s Story

My name is Jobe, I am a proud father of seven beautiful children and it gives me great honor to say that five live in the blessed security of Hutton Settlement. However, this was not always the case. You see my past consisted of me being consumed...

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11 Nov Hutton Life: Reflecting Back

Bob Baker lived at the Hutton Settlement from 1935 - 1942, leaving the home at 16. We decided to sit down with him and reflect on life at Hutton all those years ago. Mr. Baker has been an engaged alumnus for countless years, including starting...

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03 Nov Hutton’s Annual Fall Festival

Holidays are a truly special time at Hutton and this year, our Fall Festival was Heroes and Villains-themed! The children got to play a win-a-goldfish game, make their own spooky mummy lanterns, play bingo for prizes, guess how many candy corns were in a jar...

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24 Oct Happily Ever After

The setting is idyllic: A tree-lined drive winding through grassy hills, drawing you closer to a grand brick manor at the end. Open fields surround the land, and from the look of the elegant and stately buildings dotted throughout the property, it would seem as...

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24 Oct Landmarks: Bell still ringing over Hutton Settlement

Founder tracked down ringer from his days on Engine 109 The bell atop a pillar just outside the administration building at the Hutton Settlement isn’t just a decoration, and it isn’t any old bell. The bell comes from Northern Pacific Railway Company’s Engine 109 and was brought...

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