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BMS sends youth to DC

November 14, 2013

BREMEN -- Every year, the eighth graders of Bremen Middle School take a visit to Washington, D.C. to learn about the history of the country and explore national monuments of the United States.
They'll travel by motorcoach to Gettysburg and visit Arlington National Cemetery, spend time in a hotel, and visit many historical sites on the educational but fun tour, which will take place during Spring Break.

** To read the entire article, see the Nov. 14, 2013 issue of the Bremen Enquirer.

Bremen student named "Riley's champion"

November 7, 2013

Bremen High School took some time to honor one of their own students in an early morning convocation for his strength through adversity and his fundraising efforts.
Dylan Shumaker is a member of 2014 Class of Riley Champions. He is among seven statewide selected cancer survivors who were nominated by Riley Hospital Caregivers, Riley Children’s Foundation staff, school administrators and others inspired by their character.

** To read the entire article, see the Nov. 7, 2013 issue of the Bremen Enquirer.

EMu exhibit on display at the library

November 7, 2013

BREMEN — In the entryway of the Bremen Public Library each month, is a different exhibit for readers to explore. This month viewers may notice a unique collection of eggs and books, all from and about the Emu.
The collection comes from the home of Randy and Hilde Kraft, former owners of Drumming Bird, Ltd., in Denver, Colo. who now reside in Bremen.

** To read the entire article, see the Nov. 7, 2013 issue of the Bremen Enquirer.

Bakery boasts ghosts

November 5, 2013

Mrs. T's Bakery one morning and happen to witness the ghostly vision of a lady in pink at the coffee maker, don't be surprised.
The apparition is nothing scarier than an elderly women who used to visit the shop with a group of women every morning at 9 a.m.
"When she passed, she wanted us to come out to the grave and have coffee with her, because that was the highlight of her day," Rhonda Triplet, owner of Mrs. T's Bakery, said.

At IU, an ongoing battle for a parking spot

September 12, 2013

One of the biggest complaints made on large university campuses today is not about the cost of tuition, lack of instruction from professors or even the exams, but parking. Yes, parking.
Finding a parking spot on a large university campus is as impossible as trying to find a Purdue fan outside of West Lafayette.
While it is understood that most campuses do not offer ample parking spaces to discourage students from leaving the campus during the school year, universities are still ignorant as to how most students actually get to campus – in cars.

A fond memory of time with Otis ‘Doc’ Bowen

September 9, 2013

The passing of Bremen’s favorite son, Otis Bowen, in May wakened a sweet memory of the first time we met.
Most Mint City folks know Doc began his pubic service career as Marshall County Coroner.
He served as a member of the Indiana House of Representatives from 1956 to 1958 and again from 1960 to 1972.
He was speaker from 1967 to 1972.
He was elected governor in 1972 and re-elected for a second term in 1976, making him the first governor to serve for eight consecutive years in Indiana since 1851.

Annual Old Fashioned Days starts Friday

September 5, 2013

BREMEN — Money for school is the reason behind the Third Annual Old Fashioned Days coming up in Bremen.
Rentown is the sponsor of the event that will raise funds for Rolling Meadows School. The festival starts at 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 5, and continues Saturday and Sunday.
Many will remember lots of the exhibits and activities from Koontz Hardware’s show that went on every fall for many years.

Share your photos!

September 5, 2013

The Pilot News is featuring photos taken of the fans at sporting events. We need your help getting the word out to students that they are welcome to submit their own photos taken at the games (football and other sports) to be included on the Fan zone pages every Tuesday.

Another fun promotion is the Fan-atic contest. In this, people submit their photos of themselves decked out in their sports fan best. These will b e judged by the readers and the winner gets bragging rights and a t-shirt. It's a fun way to show school pride.

These submissions can be sent to sports@thepilotnews.com.

First Church of God to celebrate 100 years on Sept. 8

August 29, 2013

NAPPANEE—Current and past congregation members and pastors of the First Church of God will gather, Sunday, Sept. 8, to reflect on the past 100 years in which the local church has existed.
All friends of the Nappanee Church of God are asked to share in this joyous occasion.
The church is located at 72306 CR7, Nappanee.
The day will begin, 10 a.m., with a Celebration Service featuring former pastors and singers.
It will take visitors back in time recounting the rich heritage of the church.

Deadline for Community Hospital of Bremen fundraiser nearing

August 29, 2013

BREMEN — The sixth annual Community Hospital of Bremen Foundation’s Autumn Outing Golf Scramble is quickly approaching.
The event is Saturday, Sept. 14, at Sprig -O-Mint Golf Course, 9425 US 6 West, Bremen. Registration is 8 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m., according to Lon Kipfer, CHB’s director of development.
The outing is a four-person Florida scramble and is $300 per four-person team.
The fee includes 18 holes of golf, green fees, cart and lunch provided by Wings, Etc.
Additional food and beverages will be sold during the event, according to Kipfer.

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