CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE The Green Township 4-H Clubs would like to thank The Chocolate Thimble for helping them…
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The Churubusco Public Library and Churubusco High School Library invite the public to a free presentation on Saturday, May 22 at the high school from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Indiana author Marion Walker, a World War II veteran whose recently published book Preparing for the Rain on Iwo Jima Isle, provides a compelling, first-hand account of one of the bloodiest battles in our nation’s history will speak.
One Year Ago
Eagle Lumber and Hardware held its grand opening. JR Ford and his wife, Marsha Bursey-Ford own the store located on the south end of Churubusco. Sales, door prizes and free giveaways were just part of the celebration.
An announcement of a new senior housing complex in Churubusco was made. Construction was to begin in the summer. Congressman Mark Souder was on hand to present a grant for $2,267,800. The money came from HUD, to purchase land next to the Churubusco United Methodist Church and to build a 22 unit complex.
The S-G Board of School Trustees voted to delay the start of school on Wednesdays until 8:45. The new schedule was to provide professional development time for teachers. The changes were made because of new Indiana State requirements.
Neal and Becky Hazen announced the birth of their daughter, Lydia Marie.
Patty Amber, a lifelong resident of Churubusco, has announced her intention to seek the office of Smith Township Trustee. In 2008 she was selected by caucus to fill the unexpired term of trustee as her husband, Don was elected County Commissioner.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE (Pictured are members of the Fine Arts team (l-r): Gretchen Meinzen (team captain), Erik Pippenger,…
On the second Saturday in May, May 8, letter carriers in more than 10,000 cities and towns across America will deliver much more than mail when they walk and drive along their postal routes. They also will collect the goodness and compassion of their postal customers participating in the 18th Annual National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) National Food Drive – the largest one-day food drive in the world.
Junk cars to be moved
by Dave Crabill
Now that C&A Tool’s corporate headquarters is annexed into the Churubusco town limits, all issues pertaining to their tax abatements will be reviewed yearly by the Churubusco Town Council.
Ann Barrett, pictured with her son John Barrett, was the Churubusco winner at the 15th Annual Heart of Gold Awards held Thursday, April 22 at Indian Springs Middle School. The Heart of Gold Awards honor Whitley County residents who touch the hearts of others. Ann was nominated because of her work making lap blankets for veterans. A winner was chosen from each of the towns being honored by the Whitley County Community Foundation. Each of the three winners, from Churubusco, Columbia City and South Whitley, was given $1,000 to donate to the charity of their choice. (photo by hiatt)
Last Wednesday locally based C&A Tool Engineering announced that it is expanding production capabilities at its Churubusco area headquarters and production machining facility.
by Katie Wagner
Current CMS sixth grade science teacher, Nicole Veit, will be the Elementary Assistant Principal effective at the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year. The Smith-Green Community Schools Board of School Trustees unanimously approved a 210 day contract and an annual salary of $62,000 for Veit at last Monday night’s meeting.