This Friday there will be a benefit dinner and bake sale for Busco resident Chuck Mathieu. It will be held…
The Churubusco Church of the Nazarene will be hosting the Community Easter Fun Day on March 27, starting at 10 a.m. This is an annual event open to Churubusco and the surrounding communities. Chlldren can come and get their face painted, plant a flower and have their picture taken with baby chicks.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Churubusco students Autry Keener and Jonathan Shepler demonstrated Power Soccer to CES students Monday afternoon….
(East of Chicago co-owner Scott Tomsits presented a check to (left to right) Cassandra Petrie, Jay Petrie and Joe Zumbrun to be used towards their tuition for their trip to Australia this summer.)
Churubusco East of Chicago was pleased to present a check in the amount of $500 to the families of Joe Zumbrun and Cassandra and Jay Petrie to be used towards their tuition for this summer’s People to People Student Ambassadorship to Australia.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE The 17th annual Churubusco Rotary Auction was held March 16 in the High School Cafeteria….
Attention parents–kindergarten registration is going on now at Churubusco Elementary School. If interested, call the elementary office at 693-2188. Children…
Scam calls are being made to area residents asking for social security numbers and credit card numbers. The caller is…
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE (Mrs. Bontrager chose two art project winners from CES’s DaVinci’s Art Club to help with…
(School principal Nicole Singer (far left), Indiana FFA State officer Emmy Kratz (second from left), and school librarian Julie Mast (right) are shown with CES students and the two new books donated to Churubusco Elementary School’s library by the Indiana Soybean Alliance. The books are designed to teach students about the important role of agriculture in their lives, and particularly the many uses of soybeans in their daily lives.)
Students from Churubusco Elementary School recently had the opportunity to learn more about the importance of agriculture thanks to Hoosier soybean farmers. The Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA) donated two books to the school’s library as part of a continued effort to educate today’s youth about the role Hoosier farmers play in feeding the world, with a specific emphasis on the many uses of soybeans.
One Year Ago
Movies were shown at the Churubusco Public Library during Spring Break. “Space Buddies” and “Beverly Hills Chihuahua” were shown. The event was open to the public.
Churubusco Youth League held a First Aid and CPR training class for umpires. Nearly 50 coaches and umpires participated in the mandatory training.
Churubusco Middle School seventh graders attended the “Reality Store” to learn how budgets and home finances affected their lives. CMS Guidance Counselor Kim Burns had organized the event for all nine years the event has taken place.
Churubusco’s track team had twenty athletes compete at the State indoor meet in West Lafayette. Kyle Mathewson finished tenth in the long jump. Tiffany LeFever placed fifteenth in the 55 meter dash.