CHEERS to everyone involved in making the Churubusco Volleyball Pink Out Game on Sept. 20 a success. Sponsors for the event were Anytime Fitness, Brevins, PJ’s Path with 31, Vera Bradley, Be.YOU.Ty Mark, Magic Wand and Bailey’s Sweet Kettle Corn. A big thanks to the volleyball families for donating items for the bake sale and for so graciously volunteering your time. We appreciate each one who purchased a shirt, raffle tickets or bake sale items. The support of our fans and the community was overwhelming. With your generosity, we will be presenting Francine’s Friends Mobile Mammography with a check for $996.31. — Churubusco Lady Eagles volleyball program

CHEERS to Bob Allman for purchasing the staff at the Churubusco News a delicious lunch from the Magic Wand while we were completing last week’s newspaper. We really appreciate it! — Nicole Minier, Tyler Roebuck, Justin Hunter and Andrew Ott

CHEERS to Churubusco for a successful fish fry and a special thanks to Scott Hart, who donated the fish, and Scott Hart and Dave Meyers for frying the fish. — Michelle’s Uptown.

CHEERS to the Churubusco community for coming out and supporting the Soaring Eagles bake sale fundraiser to get them to nationals. They are halfway to their goal.

Churubusco Livestock Judging Teams would like to say CHEERS to the community for attending our fish fry Sept. 22. We wouldn’t have had the success if it wouldn’t have been for our many friends, families and neighbors. Also a special thanks to our many sponsors: Ag Plus, Bill Leeuw family, Brian Rice with Beck’s Hybrids, Dave and Jann Johnson, Deb Gaff, Egolf’s IGA, Farmers & Merchants Bank, Jason Holzinger with Pioneer, Jesse and Khara Kimmel, Mega Bucks Pig Sale, Pankop Drainage, Parkview Whitley Hospital, Kyle Yarde Vet Service and Zoetis. We are very excited to be attending our first National Contest, Southeastern Regional at the end of October. Thanks again so much for all of your support.

CHEERS to the town of Churubusco for being awarded $829,000 in grant money from the Indiana Department of Transportation for road improvements and … JEERS to the Churubusco News for not reporting it in last week’s paper.

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