Sophomore Stuart Hilsmier was named the “Spotlight on Success” at the March 15 SGCS School Board meeting. CHS Principal Austin Couch said Hilsmier had been nominated several times over the past few months by several different teachers.
Churubusco Church of the Nazarene invites you to join them for six great services with Dr. Nelson Perdue. These services will inspire you and help renew your spiritual life. Services will be on Wednesday, March 17 – Saturday, March 20 at 6:30 p.m. nightly and on Sunday, March 21 at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Audition times for next year’s New Era Show Choir and Concert Choir are now posted in the choir room. Stop…
Driver Education classes will be held at CHS June 14-25. The driving portion will be held at the Driving Academy…
CHS Principal Austin Couch presented Senior Liz Frericks as the Spotlight on Success at the March 1 SGCS School Board meeting. Frericks works in the high school office as an intern. “She is always a pleasure to work with and makes entering the office a little more pleasant with her positive personality,” Couch said. “It will be difficult to fill her shoes next year. She has set a standard for customer service.”
With the arrival of spring comes the threat of severe weather and dangerous tornadoes that can strike without warning. Did you know:
• More than 1000 tornadoes occur each year. At least 20 of those will be violent.
• Tornadoes are most likely to strike between 5-7 p-m.
Census forms will be delivered to every residence in the United States and Puerto Rico shortly. When you receive yours, answer the 10 short questions and then mail the form back in the postage-paid envelope provided. If you don’t mail the form back, you can expect a visit from a Census Taker, who will ask you the questions from the form. A Census Taker must follow-up in person with every address that doesn’t mail back the form in order to obtain the responses.
The Census is Safe
On Friday, March 19, East of Chicago will be donating a portion of the proceeds to Cassandra and Jay Petrie and Joe Zumbrun to assist with tuition costs associated with this summer’s People to People Student Ambassadorship. Having survived the selection process, Cassandra, Jay, and Joe have been selected to participate in the world renowned program in Australia this June.
by Moriah Goedtel
Green Township 4-H clubs had their meeting at 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 28. This year there were four new members in 4-H. After doing the pledges we selected officers for the following year.
One Year Ago
A tornado touched down in Columbia City damaging several homes in Countryside Mobile Home Park. Two people had minor injuries. A total of 22 tornadoes were confirmed throughout the county.
Damage at an early morning break in at the Ramble Inn was assessed at well over a thousand dollars. The burglars got only $10. The restaurant was closed for two days for cleanup
A check was presented to the Churubusco Public Library from the sales of the Churubusco Historical Calendars.