The public is invited to come and learn more about the Bible and be encouraged on Sunday, November 15 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 of the most confusing aspects of the current flu season is determining when to seek treatment and where to go. In order to help members of our community better understand the symptoms and need for treatment, the Emergency Department (ED) staff at Parkview Whitley Hospital is offering some guidelines.
The Fall Fun Raffle will be on Saturday, November 21 at 2 p.m. The raffle will feature a number of prize baskets generously donated from many area businesses, as well as a beautifully crocheted afghan donated by Jean Davis. Make sure to buy your tickets before time runs out. You will not want to miss out on this exciting event. Help support your local library and participate in the Fall Fun Raffle. Need not be present to win! Limit two winners with same name. Tickets for the raffle will be available for $2 each or 3 for $5 at: Churubusco News, Churubusco Watch & Jewelry, K&K Video & Books, Churubusco Public Library, Farmers & Merchants Bank, and Watering Can in Churubusco and Columbia City.
The American Legion Auxiliary Post 157 is hosting a Feather Bingo on Saturday, November 7, beginning at 6 p.m.
Anyone 18 years and older is invited to attend. Cards will be 50¢ per card or three for $1.00 Win turkeys, chickens or hams.
In less than a month the members of the Churubusco Lions Club will be serving Christmas dinner to the senior citizens of Churubusco and surrounding area. On Wednesday, December 2 at 12 o’clock noon dinner will be served in the Fellowship Hall of Churubusco United Methodist Church, 750 North Main Street.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE The Churubusco Lions Club donated $200 to the Churubusco Public Library last week. At left…
Churubusco Auto Electric is welcoming Scott Smith to their staff. He has lived in Churubusco for most of his life. He has recently worked in Fort Wayne for nearly 20 years doing vehicle electronics and customizing. Some companies he has worked for include: Best Buy Corp, Fabini’s Auto Trim, D&B Sales, and14/69 Carwash Super Center. As part of Churubusco Auto Electric, Smith is offering his automotive electronic installation services to his hometown which includes keyless entry, heated seats, video, audio and security systems, along with remote starters, vehicle accessories and towing items for both automatic and manual transmission vehicles.
(Smith-Green school superintendent Steve Darnell and board president Tanya Young listen to comments from the community during Monday night’s Board meeting. photo by crabill)
by Dave Crabill
On Friday, October 23, the ACLU filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Fort Wayne against the Smith-Green School Corporation on behalf of two female high school students.
The students, who are only identified in the lawsuit by their initials, took pictures of themselves at a slumber party in suggestive poses this summer, and then posted them to their MySpace pages. The suit says there was nothing in the pictures identifying the girls as Churubusco High School students.
One Year Ago
Mahle Clevite, Inc. announced it would close its Churubusco Plant in late 2009.
Groundbreaking took place for Do-It Best Eagle Hardware. It planned on opening in the spring.
Churubusco resident, Brian Parish, celebrated his 80th birthday by going skydiving with three generations of his family.
Kyle and Brook Meinika announced the birth of their son, Devin Andrew.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Jay Hillyard (r) Commander of American Legion Post 157 presents Bill Lewis (center) and Emily…