Following are some of the upcoming computer classes offered from Learning Services at the Whitley County Extension Office:
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Because of planned additional construction of the Peabody Public Library in 2010, the Whitley County Amateur Radio Club Inc. has moved all of its organization’s meetings to the current Parkview Whitley Hospital.
Listed below are some of the Travel Time Senior Tours scheduled for the upcoming months:
Whitley County Sheriff Mark Hodges is pleased to announce that the Indiana Sheriffs’ Association will again be awarding college scholarships to qualified high school seniors or college students who are pursuing a degree in criminal justice studies. There will be approximately 40 – $500.00 scholarships awarded to qualifying students throughout the state.
Parkview Whitley Hospital’s Post Partum Pals, a breastfeeding support group for mothers and babies, has restarted. The program was briefly suspended due to safety concerns during the recent H1N1 influenza pandemic. The group meets in the hospital’s Obstetrics Department classroom on the second floor from 10 a.m. to noon every Monday. There is no cost to attend.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE The Colonel Augustin de la Balme DAR Chapter is honored to name the three Whitley…
April Whetstone is announcing her intent to run for Whitley County Recorder. She will campaign for the May 2010 primary on the Republican ticket. She pledges to use her experience in county government and the banking industry to preserve the integrity of the Recorder’s Office and the records stored there for posterity.
Seventy gorgeous quilts and quilted items were exhibited at the Holiday Bazaar and Quilt Show sponsored by Whitley County Extension Homemakers. Hand and machine quilted items were entered in eight different categories. Exhibits were judged and appropriate ribbons were awarded. The winners of this year’s show were:
Sheriff Mark Hodges has announced that he is running for re-election in 2010. Hodges was elected Sheriff in November 2006 and is completing his first four year term. After being elected, Sheriff Hodges retired from the Indiana State Police with 26 years of service.
Citing pledges from his first campaign, Sheriff Hodges compared accomplishments with his original goals.
1. Increasing Chaplain services.
In the last three years all three goals have been attained.
Michael Schrader, executive president of the Whitley County Commissioners, announced today that he plans to seek a second term as Whitley County Commissioner – a position requiring common sense, commitment and dedication in light of what’s ahead for the future of this community.