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Home benefits Habitat, athletes

October 20, 2011

Instead of being a shelter for its residents, a home located on the corner of Maple and East streets will benefit not only those intending to fix up their homes, but also some area athletes.
Town officials purchased the property with the intention of tearing it down to put up a girls softball diamond. Before they do that though, they decided to let the structure be a benefit to the general public another way.

New facility added to Doctors Hospital and Neuromuscular Center

October 20, 2011

A new medical facility will soon be added at Doctors Hospital and Neuromuscular Center.
Dewayne Long, CEO for Doctors Hospital has announced that Physicians Hospital System is building a new state-of-the-art adult acute care psychiatric hospital in Bremen. The facility is to be located behind the Doctors Hospital and Neuromuscular Center, an in-patient physical rehabilitation center and is currently under construction at the location on Whitlock and Grant streets. 

Bremen students becoming computer savvy

October 20, 2011

It seems every day we hear about updates and upgrades in technology with computers, phones or iPads. Students today need to learn and know how to use it if they want to be prepared, especially for college and the workplace.
Teachers and staff at Bremen Public Schools are making sure that students will be technologically savvy and are working to make that happen, even at the Elementary School level. 

College GO! Week, homecoming, book fair BPS successes

October 20, 2011

College plans are something students are now thinking about at younger ages than in the past.
“College GO! Week” was recognized Sept. 26 through Sept. 30 and celebrated at the Bremen Schools K-8 building. Teachers kicked off the event by wearing their college apparel and students were encouraged to sign a name card on the bulletin board display, which listed the college that they would like to attend in the future. “This week was a great way to get our students thinking about college or career plans,” said principal, Larry Yelaska.

Local philanthropic group publishes book

October 20, 2011

Like many other service organizations the Bremen Delta Theta (Psi Iota Xi) group has seen a significant decline in membership due to people’s busy schedules. “Members of the Bremen Chapter, Theta Delta, decided to write a children’s story that highlighted some of the projects the organization donates to on the local, state, and national level  as a tool to attract new members,” explained co-president Pam Gunterman (who shares the title with Janet Davis). “The little story turned out quite well. We had it illustrated and printed to share with other chapters.

Art show features local, area talent

October 20, 2011

An art show put on by the Delta Theta Psi Iota Xi sorority and Bremen Public Library featured local and area artisans of many types of crafts for viewing and for sale.
Keeping with encouraging the organization’s attentions to speech and hearing and support of the arts, music and literacy the Bremen Public Library was the natural choice for a location to host the fair — that and the fact that a member (Arlene Dettbrenner) is also a library employee (bookkeeper).

Class volunteers offer lifesaving advice

October 20, 2011

It doesn’t take only a medical professional to rescue a person who is dying.
“All you need is the willingness to act and to know the skills to use to save someone’s life,” said Tricia Endsley, Red Cross volunteer who gave a presentation in Bremen on Hands-only CPR.
She and Renee Haupert, a 10-year volunteer for The American National Red Cross, instructed students on the latest and easiest techniques to assist someone on the brink of death.

Civilians learn gun safety Bremen

October 20, 2011

“If you’re afraid of the gun, don’t carry it,” advised Sgt. Steve Pittman of the Bremen Police Department.

Students getting community to ‘think pink’

October 10, 2011

“Why wear pink? Because you look hot in pink!” said Allison Shorter, a Bremen High senior enthusiastically giving the reason that everyone of every age group — including men and boys — buys a pink shirt to raise breast cancer awareness.
The Bremen Senior Pep Block along with The Class of 2012 have decided to honor all breast banker survivors by declaring the John Glenn vs. Bremen Football Game Oct. 14 “Pink Out.”

Resale store celebrates its second anniversary

October 10, 2011

Melody Cherrone recently celebrated her business’ two year anniversary in Bremen. She opened This-N-That Sept. 1 of 2009 a business she said she had thought about since she worked years ago for Marlene Huppert in a consignment store, but didn’t have the opportunity to open until she was laid off.

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