The Noble REMC Operation Round Up® Trust Fund is accepting grant applications until January 7 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.
Allen, Noble and Whitley County News
If you hear the children in northern Whitley County laughing a full belly laugh or giggling and singing to the top of their lungs, don’t worry, they’re just practicing their lines for the 2009 Blue River Church of the Brethren Children’s Musical.
On Monday, December 28 at 11 a.m. the Red Hat Society of Whitley County will be having their last event…
Whitley County Chapter AARP met December 1st at the Woodlands. President Pat Loe opened the meeting with Marge Kite leading in the pledge to the American Flag and a prayer by Phyllis Swick.
Parkview Whitley Hospital is in need of volunteers to drive for its “Meals on Wheels” program in Columbia City. Volunteers load the meals, which are stored in coolers, into their vehicles and deliver them to residents in Columbia City and no further than one mile outside of the city limits. Following deliveries, the coolers are returned to the hospital.
Pro Fed Credit Union is once again sponsoring The Lighthouse, Whitley County’s Homeless Shelter, during this Christmas season.
COLUMBIA CITY – STAR is proud to sponsor the Fort Wayne Philharmonic’s Holiday Pops Concert in Whitley County. The concert will be held Tuesday, December 22 at 7:00 p.m. at the First Church of God, 1200 West DePoy Drive in Columbia City.
The Whitley County Salvation Army and Eagle Quest Church have teamed up to help “Meet the Need” for Whitley County residents this holiday season. The two organizations are working together to provide much needed food to qualifying families through “Angel Food Ministries.”
(The first WCYL Class members are shown from left to right as follows: first row, Ashley Ringler, CCHS and Dylan Cozad, WHS; second row, Rachel Fehring, CHS, Morgan Young, CHS, Haleigh Gross, CHS, Jenna Schneider, CCHS, Clint Bechtold, CHS, Lynsi Hicks, WHS, and Fallon Poe, WHS; third row, Connor Reed, CCHS, Wesley Gensch, WHS, Christopher Uecker, CHS, Ethan Smith, CCHS, Brandon Nettrouer, WHS, and Sam Spencer, CCHS.)
High School Sophomores representing Churubusco, Columbia City and Whitko High Schools met in November for the first ever Whitley County Youth Leadership Class. The program is designed to teach and strengthen servant leadership skills to students who have been selected by their guidance counselors and principals to participate. Students are empowered and encouraged to become leaders in their own schools and communities.
HUNTINGTON – Huntington University’s EXCEL Adult Degree Programs will hold an informational meeting from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 8, at the Columbia City site on 220 Frontage Road.