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Vacation Bible School and Day Camp at Merriam Chapel PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 13:49

Children from four years of age through those entering sixth grade this fall will enjoy VBS and Day Camp at Merriam Christian Chapel, June 18-22. Music, Bible teaching, crafts and other fun activities center around the theme IncrediWorld Amazement Park (Answers in Genesis). VBS, for boys and girls four years old through first graders next year meets from 9-11:40 a.m. Day Camp, for second through sixth graders next year, meets from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Lunch is included.



 
CHS honor rolls for the fourth nine weeks PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 13:44

Following is a list of the high school students named to the honor rolls for the fourth quarter grading period:
Honor Roll
Grade 12
Tyler Arrowsmith, Colleen Bishop, Raquel Brandt, Victoria Burch, Clinton Butler, Brooke Carter, Sawyer Dechert, Caitlin Eakins, Alexandria Eyer, Rachel Fehring, Taylor Fry, Layne Fulk, Brittany Gayheart, Kalyn Geiger, Haleigh Gross, Victoria Harris, Taylor Henning, Brandi Herron, Kaitlyn Hockerman, Jori Hull, Dylan M. Jones, Miranda Kelly, Joshua LeFever, Jana Lewellyn, Heather Monk, Kayla Norris, Maranda Partin, Theodore Pearson, Robert Pope, Paige Roe, Alyssa Schinbeckler, Erika Smallwood, Payton Summers, Christopher Uecker, Sarah Yarnelle, Morgan Young, Alexander  Zolman.
Grade 11
Tyler Anderson, Andrew Biddle, Chandler Blake, Austin Boggess, Chandler Brown, Monique Buckhardt, Devin Bultemeier, Logan Caskey, Christian Coe, Kelary Crabill, Audrey Diller, Alyssa Dirig, Katelyn Dye, Kyle Faust, Emily Folland, Emma Frericks, Colton Geiger, Davon Geiger, Kasey Gibson, Mariah Herendeen, Emily Hively, Sarah Horn, Sierra Hunsberger, Sydney Hunsberger, Gabrielle Jones, Jessica Keener, Eric Kuznar, Savannah Labenz, Johanna Lascaris, Amanda Martin, Cory Miller, Kayleen Mitchell, Tyler Nevil, Jason Nicodemus, Karensa Nodine, Carissa Pescatello, Jay Petrie, Cody Schaefer, Jennafer Shambaugh, Katherine Shively, Cole Stauffer, Amelia Tidwell, Jenna Uecker, Chandler Voght, Shelby Woodruff, McKenna Zeller, Joseph Zumbrun.
Grade 10
Morgan Anderson, Amber Aspy, Kristine Bechtold, Lauren Bingham, Madison Cook, Jessica Dietz, Emily Ditton, Brooke Foote, Kari Fulk, Shelby Gillenwater, Brandon Goepfrich, Mikaela Harshman, Brient Hicks, McKenzie Hogeston, Tanner Hurley, Austin Johnson, Maggie Kitt, Mandi Krecik, Carole Lutz, Shantelle McGlothlin, Brittany McKinney, Katie Monk, Landon Pearson, Danielle Pippenger, Abigail Richards, McKinzie Schmidt, Nicholas Uecker, Ashlee Wakeman, Courtney Winget.
Grade 9
Madison Bieber, Molly Blake, Peyton Brandt, Shylyn Clouse, Cheyenne Conner, Kolten Corson, James Crooks, Landen Edwards, Blake Gross, Olivia Huelsenbeck, Luke Lillmars, Lyle McParlan, Stephanie Norden, Cassidy Perlich, Cameron Pescatello, Valerie Pope, Isaiah Ramsey, Kennedy Sade, Kaley Scott, Brittney Shambaugh, Kaleb Walker, Damon Weatherholt, Brooke Yarnelle, Devon Zeigler, Aaron Zolman.
Honorable Mention
Grade 12
Zachary Adams, Kelli Blessing, Gregory Bloem, Halie Chapa, Joel Fehring, Austin Goepfrich, Michaela Hoffman, Jerred Konger, Rebecca Mapes, Alan Meeks, Andrew Payne, Cameron Ray, Olivia Reed, James Robinson, Victoria Schemm, Alissa Storer, Ashton Thomas, Nicole Trump, Tabitha VanAuken, Tiffany Wallace, Joshua Wheeler, Austin Williams.
Grade 11
Mariah Gallegos, Kayla Glick, Joseph Heaton, Jacey Keener, Katelynn Keller, Dakota Kreps, Alec Kuzniar, Troy Ladd, Nicole Lampe, Austin McClure, Jacob  McClure, Lukas McParlan, Marisa Noyes, Alison Roe, Courtney Simonis, Taylor Simons, Abby Stark, John Teusch.
Grade 10
Katee Baxter, Chase Bixler, Teegan Brumbaugh, Evan Byrd, Te’ryk Campbell, Alicia Coleman, Cody Conwell, Haley Fulkerson, Travis Glick, Logan Harris, Alexis Helbert, Jerra Householder, Hayden Kilgore, Brooke Lenwell, Brian Murphy, Marisa Neely, James Ostler, Logan Paris, Kody Poyser, Lacey Pulley, Mariah Ramsey, Corey Sarrazin, Daylen Schinbeckler, Shane Shroyer, Brent Simmons, Jerrod Spieth, Heath Wiggins.
Grade 9
Beau Barkley, Skyler Barrett, Sam Boneff, Alexis Bultemeier, Marissa Dentzer, Chase Downing, Gabriel Erwin, Taylor Ewing, Alisha Farner, Dean Gaerte, Holly Haupricht, Jacob Heinkel, Aaliyah Hensinger, Brooke Herendeen, Jacob Howe, Dakota Keefe, Kristen Krill, Dakoda Labenz, Heiden Lehner, Landon Lillmars, Paige Long, Montana Martin, Terron McCoy, Briana Modezjewski, Dylan Park, Hannah Richards, Justin Schoeph, Rachael Sloan, Taylor Sobasky, Adrian Springer, Michael Sizemore, Cody Teusch, Lukus Troyer, Brett Uecker, Megan Vogts.

Following is a list of the high school students named to the honor rolls for the fourth quarter grading period:

Honor Roll

Grade 12

Tyler Arrowsmith, Colleen Bishop, Raquel Brandt, Victoria Burch, Clinton Butler, Brooke Carter, Sawyer Dechert, Caitlin Eakins, Alexandria Eyer, Rachel Fehring, Taylor Fry, Layne Fulk, Brittany Gayheart, Kalyn Geiger, Haleigh Gross, Victoria Harris, Taylor Henning, Brandi Herron, Kaitlyn Hockerman, Jori Hull, Dylan M. Jones, Miranda Kelly, Joshua LeFever, Jana Lewellyn, Heather Monk, Kayla Norris, Maranda Partin, Theodore Pearson, Robert Pope, Paige Roe, Alyssa Schinbeckler, Erika Smallwood, Payton Summers, Christopher Uecker, Sarah Yarnelle, Morgan Young, Alexander  Zolman.

 
CHS senior receives Burger King award PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 10:41

Recently, Quality Dining, Inc., local Burger King franchisee, announces the funding of $113,000 in Burger King continuing education scholarships for high school seniors in 2012. This includes a scholarship of $1,000 in the Churubusco area.  Since 2001, Quality Dining has funded over $1,367,000 in continuing education scholarships.
Layne Fulk of Churubusco High School received one of their scholarships and plans to attend Ball State University and major in business.
Gerald O. Fitzpatrick, Senior Vice President of the Burger King Division at Quality Dining says “We extend our congratulations to all our 2012 scholarship recipients and wish them the best in their future endeavors.”

Recently, Quality Dining, Inc., local Burger King franchisee, announces the funding of $113,000 in Burger King continuing education scholarships for high school seniors in 2012. This includes a scholarship of $1,000 in the Churubusco area.  Since 2001, Quality Dining has funded over $1,367,000 in continuing education scholarships. Layne Fulk of Churubusco High School received one of their scholarships and plans to attend Ball State University and major in business.

 
Busco Junior High honor rolls for the fourth quarter PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 10:40

Following are the Churubusco Junior High honor rolls for the fourth quarter grading period:
Honor Roll
Grade 8
Shelby Brockman, Anna Bulmahn, Camille Cseri, Robert Dreyer, Julia Folland, Bridgette Foote, Donovan Geiger, Reed Geiger, Molly Green, Elaine Horn, Joshua Howk, Dalton Kimes, Kendall King, Olivia Knight, Cortney Luttman, Emily Murphy, Alec Nash, Jackson Ostrowski, Zachary Rice, Gage Shively, Lucas Sturtz.
Grade 7
Sierra Bell, Calla Boruff, Robert Burita, Nathan Downing, Stacia Fester, Isaac Geiger, Nicole Keener, Trevor Kelley, Bethany Parish, Reece Partin, Mallory Pearson, Jocelynn Powell, Jacob Skinner, Cheyenne Smith, Paige Stauffer, Isabelle Turner, Charley Wood.
Grade 6
Mason Anderson, Alexia Aung, Breanna Barnhart, Allison Beckman, Dalton Blessing, Caden Bonar, Daulton Brockman, Emma Bulmahn, Kira Creech, Cameron Crick, Kaley Darr, Bryce Geiger, Justin Geise, Meredith Green, Brein Gross, McKenzie Hart, Clarissa Hogeston, Isabelle Hogeston, Garrett Horn, Katelyn Johnson, Grace Keener, Zoe King, Austin Lehman, Callie Lemper, Ashlie Martz, Cora Pence, Riley Perlich, Sophie Perlich, Delaney Peters, Hailey Przemielewski, Summer Schnurr, Brayden Simmons, Isaac Smith, Ashley Uecker, Destiny Walker, Heidi Zeigler.
Honorable Mention
Grade 8
Jeremiah Bock, Drew Buffenbarger, Braxton Clark, James Fry, Shyenne Greve, Jhai Herendeen, Sarah Holloway, Alec Kintz, Galeana Murphy, Landon Pence, Kara Reed, Bethanie Smith, Noah Stucker, Cody Thomas, Jeffrey Wallace.
Grade 7
Riley Basinger, Brehtt Brown, Mercade Chambless, Brittney Elliott, Keely Fester, Luke Foote, Jarett Kilgore, Alexander King, David Knezevich, Hanna Morris, Gerica Murphy, Kelsie Newsom,  Jenna Pittenger, Valencia Reister, Tyler Robinson, Abigail Stanford, Nancy Zarazua.
Grade 6
Joshua Bear, Clara Betley, Levi Burch, Jaydrian Clouse, Kailey Eminger, Everett Franklin, Peyton Gaff, Trevor Holloway, Christopher Koogler, Kayla Neely, Eric Peterson, Maxim Sajdak, Sherry Simmons, Brent Teague, Austin Wilkins.

Following are the Churubusco Junior High honor rolls for the fourth quarter grading period:

Honor Roll

Grade 8

Shelby Brockman, Anna Bulmahn, Camille Cseri, Robert Dreyer, Julia Folland, Bridgette Foote, Donovan Geiger, Reed Geiger, Molly Green, Elaine Horn, Joshua Howk, Dalton Kimes, Kendall King, Olivia Knight, Cortney Luttman, Emily Murphy, Alec Nash, Jackson Ostrowski, Zachary Rice, Gage Shively, Lucas Sturtz.

 
Turtle Days coming next week PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 10:33

You might just hear “Welcome to the Jungle” playing at this year’s 63rd celebration of Churubusco Turtle Days Festival “Oscar’s Safari.” This festival on June 20-23 will be honoring the hunt for "Oscar" which began in 1949. There are many exciting events to participate in this year. Seeing the local businesses and churches decorate floats makes the parade a fun time for everyone. If you have not already done so, please complete your registration and judges form to participate in the parade. You can find all registration forms online at www.turtledays.com.
The Turtle Days committee are very excited this year to introduce their new ride company, Cumberland Valley Shows Inc. They are located out of Lebanon, Tennessee and are looking forward to being here. Wristbands will be available for $15 each night.  Saturday’s wristband will be available from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. and the Saturday evening wristband will be available from 6 p.m. –10 p.m. or close of rides.  They will also offer single ride tickets for $1.00 each ticket or you can purchase bulk tickets 24 tickets for $20 or 72 tickets for $50.
If you enjoy grilling, then Grills Gone Wild is the Turtle Days event for you.  This will be held on Saturday, June 23 at the PNC Bank parking lot.  Cook’s meeting is at 8:45 a.m., with the event kicking off at 9 a.m.  This event does have a $10 entry fee per category. For specific details regarding this event, see their website.
Also in the PNC Bank parking lot, is the cornhole tournaments.  The first tournament is individuals (draw for a partner), registration for this begins at 8 a.m. with the tournament starting at 9 a.m. The cost for this event is $10. If you have a great partner, you can pick your own partner for the 10 a.m.
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You might just hear “Welcome to the Jungle” playing at this year’s 63rd celebration of Churubusco Turtle Days Festival “Oscar’s Safari.” This festival on June 20-23 will be honoring the hunt for "Oscar" which began in 1949. There are many exciting events to participate in this year. Seeing the local businesses and churches decorate floats makes the parade a fun time for everyone. If you have not already done so, please complete your registration and judges form to participate in the parade. You can find all registration forms online at www.turtledays.com.

 
Grills Gone Wild at Turtle Days PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 10:30

One of the events at Turtle Days will be “Grills Gone Wild” on Saturday, June 23.
There will be a cook’s meeting at 8:45 a.m. and judging at 1 p.m. at PNC Bank, 102 N. Line Street, Churubusco.
Rules
A $10 entry fee per category/entry is required. Cook’s meeting is mandatory. Judging containers will be distributed at this time. It is the responsibility of the chief cook that all members abide by the rules of this event. Failure to comply may result in immediate disqualification. Decisions of the Judges are final.
Equipment and Supplies
Teams must furnish all equipment and supplies required. Wood or charcoal BBQ pits only. No gas or electric pits will be allowed. All fires must be in containers and elevated off the ground.
Meat Preparation
A minimum of three pounds of beef, pork, or poultry is required. All meats must be thawed and raw upon check in. All meat will be cooked on site.
Cooking will start at 9 a.m. Meats may be cooked with sauces and/or seasonings but once cooking is complete additional sauces and/or seasonings cannot be added.
For additional information contact Kal Ramsey at (260) 433-6476 or go to www.turtledays.com.

One of the events at Turtle Days will be “Grills Gone Wild” on Saturday, June 23. There will be a cook’s meeting at 8:45 a.m. and judging at 1 p.m. at PNC Bank, 102 N. Line Street, Churubusco.

 
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