The Fort Wayne Philharmonic is donating up to 500 tickets to the December 10 performance of Holiday Pops to area non-profits. The use of the tickets will go to clients and families of the non-profit organizations that normally would not be able to afford to go to a concert with The Phil. Staff members of those non-profits can also receive a discount to that performance.
The public is invited to come and learn more about the Bible and be encouraged on Sunday, December 6 at 10 a.m. at the Quiet Corner Tea Room. This is a special invitation to you if you don’t have a church home.
One Year Ago
The Town qualified for a Community Focus Fund grant from the State of Indiana for $500,000. The funding was to be used to fund part of the Town’s new water treatment system.
Indiana State Trooper Jason Ward was credited with saving Columbia City resident Zachary Mosley. Mosley had a history of heart problems. An AED was affixed and conducted the assessments of Mosley’s vitals. A shock was advised, which Ward provided. Mosley became more responsive and was transported to Lutheran Hospital.
Dan Hile, director of Churubusco High School’s New Era Show Choir, has released the competition schedule for the group’s 2010…
Annexation process continues
by Dave Crabill
The Town of Churubusco employees will see an increase on their pay stubs next year as the Council voted last Wednesday to increase their salaries by one percent for 2010.
April Waugh of the Whitley County Board of Health, Immunization Clinic has announced that H1N1 immunizations will be given in Churubusco on December 5.
The 500 block of South Main Street in Churubusco is about to become an electrical masterpiece combining electricity, music and lights, all synchronized together to form an animated show.
Whitley County Emergency Medical Services, operated out of Parkview Whitley Hospital, will host a Free Family and Friends CPR class on Tuesday, Dec. 8, in Churubusco at the Mountaintop Coffeehouse, 209 S. Main Street, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Registration is required.
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.”