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New Era selling Nelson’s chicken this Saturday PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 20:39

The Churubusco High School New Era Show Choir will be selling Nelson’s chicken during the townwide garage sale this Saturday.

From 10 a.m. until sold out, you may purchase half a chicken for $6.50 and potatoes for $4.50.

The fundraiser is being held in the Sav U Mor parking lot.

 
Churubusco Police Report for September 15-21 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 20:38

The following is the Churubusco Police Report for September 15 – 21.

September 15

00:30 Lassus detail.

07:50 School detail.

08:12 Lockout at United Methodist Church.

08:22 Alarm at Fort Financial. New employee, false trip.

 
Turtle Days selling porkburgers Saturday PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 20:37

The Turtle Days Association will be selling porkburgers during the Churubusco townwide garage sale on September 27 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. in front of DIY Craft Boutique (corner of Main and Mill St.)

Grab something to eat while you're out shopping. Turtle Days thanks you for the support.

 
Collins UMC celebrates 100 years PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 21:21

(Members of the Collins United Methodist Church pose for a picture commemorating the 100 year annivesary of the local Church.)

by Katie Wagner

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The congregation at Collins United Methodist Church welcomed guests with open arms Sunday as they remembered their past and looked forward to the future.

The Collins UMC congregation held a centennial celebration and rededication service that lasted for most of the day, beginning at 9:45 a.m. with the ringing of the church bell.

Former pastors Bob Priest and Jack Scott spoke to the congregation, followed by a special sermon from Rev. David Michal, Northeast Indiana District Superintendent.

Rev. Michal’s sermon, “If These Stones Could Talk…,” focused on “massebah” or “standing stones,” highlighting the significance of the church building to remind the congregation of what God has done and the lives He has touched and changed. However, Rev. Michal reminded the members of the congregation that the building is simply a structure to remind them of God’s works and should not be worshipped in and of itself, but rather, it should be preserved as a home to continue to touch God’s people.

 
EDC kicks off agribusiness initiative with ‘locally grown’ luncheon PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 21:16

(Whitley County EDC Agribusiness Coordinator Kelley Sheiss spoke with the crowd gathered at Thursday's Agribusiness Initiative Luncheon held at Holzinger Seed Service in western Whitley County.)

The Whitley County EDC hosted a kick-off event on September 4 for the economic development organization’s Agribusiness Initiative. Local business and agriculture leaders gathered at Holzinger Seed Service, Inc. for a luncheon provided by Whitley County farmers and food vendors.

“It was a great opportunity to bring together members of the community to celebrate agribusiness and everything our community has to offer,” said Whitley County EDC Agribusiness Coordinator, Kelley Sheiss, “Whitley County has strong agricultural roots, and there’s a great amount of support for the industry, which creates endless opportunities.”

The locally grown lunch prepared by Jill Daniel Catering included contributions from 3D Stock Farms and Krider’s Meat processing, Wise Farm Produce, Goldwood Gardens, The Jack Patch, Loon Lake Farm, Poptique Popcorn, Christie’s Cupcakes, and Master’s Hand BBQ.

 
Methodist Church is now handicap accessible PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 21:14

(Members of the Churubusco United Methodist Church proudly show their new replacement handicapped access.) photo by allman

Members and friends of Churubusco United Methodist Church are celebrating that the CUMC Nursery School and all activities on the lower level of the church building are now handicap accessible.

This addition will allow the nursery school to be available to children with handicaps, as well as their family members. The new ramp will allow the community easy access to the bi-annual rummage sales, Bible studies and more. Being handicap accessible will allow new programs to be obtainable to all people. God’s work at Churubusco United Methodist Church is now as it should be – readily available to all people, and this a powerful reason to celebrate.

 
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