A Pancake and Sausage Breakfast is being sponsored by the Brotherhood of Sugar Grove Church of God. The breakfast will…
Dolls, missionaries, and gamblers will hit the stage on Friday, April 23 and Saturday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Jason Smith Auditorium as the CHS Fine Arts Department presents the Broadway musical, “Guys and Dolls.”
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Churubusco High School Senior James Fehring was named to the NECC All Academic team recently….
(CHS Alum Nate Thomas performed with Tony and Grammy Award winner Heather Headley and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic during her home concert at the Embassy Theatre on March 12. Pictured, l-r, Thomas, Headley and Allison Hamman, Thomas’s girlfriend.)
by Katie Wagner
It was a typical Friday morning for Nate Thomas—with the morning off from classes, he was lounging around on the couch most of the morning, drinking coffee and watching a rerun of the “Daily Show with Jon Stewart” —that is until he got a phone call from Fort Wayne Philharmonic General Manager Jeff Hunsinger. Hunsinger asked Thomas if he would be interested in singing with Tony-Award-winning performer Heather Headley and the Philharmonic at her home concert.
(Linda Allman, author of this story, stands behind the stern of the Island Princess, our home away from home, for ten days. We were in the Port of Houtulu, Mexico.)
by Linda Allman
I never asked the right questions when Bob and I got married. Do you like summer better than winter? What is your favorite season? Vacation and Vernon Company policy have taught us to compromise. Our last vacation was in June, 2007 to Alaska. The economic climate has stopped the trips. I did not earn the last trip in 2008 because my sales were off too much, and then my company discontinued them until further notice the next year. I wasn’t happy about it, but we had a good run and enjoyed 16 trips we probably would not have taken except for my job.
Numerous area college students were named to the Dean’s List, or graduated, from colleges and universities both in the area and out of State.
Dr. Rolf Daniel, Provost of the University of Saint Francis, has released the names of area students that maintained a 3.5 grade point average on a four point scale while carrying at least 12 credit hours.
Following is the Honor Roll for Churubusco Elementary School for the third nine weeks grading period:
Taylor Jo Aills, Myah K. Bear, Evelyn Bridegam, Gage Kelly, Case Lemper, Dylan Resler, Ben Sery, Maya Wilkins.
Air Force Airman Cameron R. Amber graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.
Melissa Kimmel has received recognition on the National Dean’s List at Indiana Wesleyan for the Fall Semester of the 2009 academic year. To be named on this list, a student must obtain a 3.500 grade point average on a 4.000 scale and carry at least 12.0 credit hours for the semester.
by Moriah Goedtel
The Green Township 4-H Club opened their meeting with the 4-H trail. Then the secretary did roll call and after that the new members in the 4-H Club introduced themselves. Haley Teeter gave a health and safety report on tornados and how to stay safe. Nate Konger, Devotions Leader, read the 4-H Club a poem. The 4-H Club voted on the share-the-fun and what we should do.