Make your reservation now for the Wednesday, December 2 Senior Citizens Christmas Dinner by calling Bonnie at 693-3724 or Janice…
INDIANAPOLIS—The Thanksgiving feast traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday season, and the Indiana State Department of Health is offering some timely food safety tips.
“The single best way to prepare and consume food safely is to wash your hands before cooking, serving, or eating,” said Amie ThurdeKoos, enteric disease epidemiologist at the Indiana State Department of Health’s Food Protection Program. “Make sure to wash your hands thoroughly after touching raw meat, like ground beef or poultry.”
Indiana law enforcement out in full force through Thanksgiving weekend
Indianapolis, IN. – In an effort to prevent deaths and injuries on Indiana roadways this Thanksgiving, the Governor’s Council on Impaired & Dangerous Driving and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) is urging Hoosiers to celebrate responsibly this holiday weekend.
One Year Ago
Bruce Hippensteel was introduced as the Smith-Green interim superintendent. He was hired as a replacement for Carol Kaiser who took a position in the Hanover School District.
The Churubusco Chamber of Commerce named K & K Video and Books Business of the Year of 2008.
Churubusco area Scouts participated in the annual food collection. Almost 400 bags of food items were collected and distributed to the food pantries at St. John Bosco Catholic Church and Churubusco United Methodist Church.
Gabe and Christina VanEvery announced the birth of their son, Elliot Reid.
Brandon and Sarah Perlich announced the birth of their son, Kyle Burton.
Following is the list of students from Churubusco Elementary School that have been named to the Honor Roll for the first nine weeks grading period.
CHURUBUSCO – Maxim Medical Services Inc., a medical equipment installation and repair firm, announced today that it will expand its operations here, creating 51 new jobs by 2012. The company, which installs, services and resells surgical lighting and imaging equipment, will invest more than $1.6 million to expand its distribution operations and establish a light manufacturing center in an existing 50,000 square-foot facility in Churubusco, 16 miles northwest of Fort Wayne. The larger facility will enable Maxim Medical Services to realize its projected annual revenue of $20 million by fourth quarter 2012.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Maddox Nelson, son of Josiah Nelson and Tracy McEntee, former Churubusco residents, won a national…
(The annual “Scouting for Food” event took place last Saturday in Churubusco. Over 1,850 food items were collected door-to-door by Scouts and their leaders. The food was distributed to Churubusco’s food pantries at Churubusco United Methodist Church and St. John Bosco Catholic Church.)
On Saturday, November 14, local Scouts from several Churubusco organizations participated in the annual “Scouting for Food” event. Scouts and adult leaders from Girl Scout Troops 10803, 10825, and 10850, Cub Scout Pack 3081 and Boy Scout Troop 81 all participated by spending their Saturday morning going door-to-door collecting food donations to benefit local Churubusco food pantries.
Community Thanksgiving Dinner
Thursday, November 26, is the date for the Annual Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner. It will be from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Churubusco Masonic Lodge located at Mulberry and Home Avenue, Churubusco.
(Jim Horne, owner of Parker Insurance, accepts Business of the Year from Chamber President Chris Tomlinson.)
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by Katie Wagner
The Churubusco Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet Thursday afternoon at Eel River Golf Course. Aside from lunch and networking, local businesspeople listened to a speaker and the business of the year was named.