The annual Northeast Indiana Conservation Camp is scheduled this year for August 2 – 4, at Camp Whitley, which is just northeast of Columbia City on Troy-Cedar Lake. For years, the northeastern Indiana Soil and Water Conservation Districts have leased Camp Whitley to host their own three day conservation camp.
(Lucas Konger (second from left), architect for Vintage Archonics, Inc., answers a question for Lea Barnes, RN (fourth from left), Parkview Whitley Hospital Emergency Department manager. Team members from both ER and medical/surgery departments were allowed an early look at mock patient rooms to make observations and recommendations to the project architect for the final placement of medical equipment. Also pictured are, from left: Mike Myers, MD, Professional Emergency Physicians; Tom Gutwein, MD, Professional Emergency Physicians Medical Director; Laura Myers, Emergency Department technician; and Ron Putman, RN.)
ALBION – Small, slow-growing bluegills continue to over-populate Upper Long Lake in southwest Noble County despite the stocking of additional predator fish to reduce their number.
New Hope Wesleyan Church Missions presents the Comedy of David Dean at 7 p.m. on Saturday, August 7. This event is a benefit night for Ebenezer Grace Children’s Home in Ethiopia.
The Whitley County Giving Circle for Women’s Health is pleased to announce that it will offer the well-known, Look Good . . . Feel Better program in the community for women with cancer. The next session is planned for Monday evening, August 2 from 6-8 p.m. There is no cost for the program, but advance reservations are required.
The Genealogical Society of Whitley County will meet Thursday, July 15, 6:30 p.m., at the South Whitley Public Library, 201 E. Front Street in South Whitley. Joyce Hite will give an instructive overview of the genealogy department and then an opportunity to do some research.
The Whitley County Pork Producers Swine Evaluation Show will be held on Wednesday, July 7 at 7 p.m. at the…
The Whitley County 4-H Beef Club Work Day and Fair Set-Up will be Sunday, July 11 at 1 p.m. at…
The Noble REMC Operation Round Up® Trust Fund is accepting grant applications until July 15 for the next grant cycle from the cooperative’s charitable trust. Over eighty-five percent of Noble REMC consumers graciously allow their monthly bill to be rounded up to the next dollar. The rounded up money is placed in a charitable trust with oversight by its own volunteer board of directors.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE The 2010 United Way of Whitley County recently inducted its newest Board Members. The members…