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Preparing sap for upcoming Maple Syrup Festival

April 10, 2014

NAPPANEE — Two thousand two hundred taps have been dripping maple sap into tanks since mid-March at Eli Kuhns' Maple Syrup Farm in southwest Nappanee.
In a matter of weeks, 6,000 gallons of maple syrup have been successfully converted and put into storage for the upcoming maple syrup festival, but Kuhn's says as of right now, they're still trying to catch up.

Wa-Nee Schools celebrate upward trend in test scores

April 10, 2014

NAPPANEE — Wakarusa Elementary School served as the setting for the most recent gathering of the Wa-Nee Community Board of School Trustees on Monday, March 24. Along with the change of venue came an encouraging discussion, led by principal John Payne, about the upward trend in overall student performance, test scores, and mastery of reading skills.

Education Days teaches Wakarusa kids about pioneer life

April 10, 2014

WAKARUSA — The Wakarusa Historical Museum is home to many old buildings once in downtown Wakarusa.
During Education Days this week, students from Berrien Springs Elementary School, Nappanee Elementary School, Wakarusa Elementary School and Trinity Lutheran School travelled to the museum to learn more about pioneers and the struggles they endured living a life without technology and modern conveniences.

Boys and Girls Club Dinner Auction raises money for club maintenance

March 27, 2014

NAPPANEE — The Boys and Girls 10th Annual Dinner Auction was held last Saturday.
With around 290 guests in attendance and dinner provided by Nelson's Catering, program director James Kramer stated that the night went well.
This year's theme was "Bid on a Dream." Future jobs and dreams of the children who attend the club were displayed as center pieces on the tables to remind bidders why they were there.
"Last year (set) a record for us and this year went even better," he explained of the donations received.

Resale shop in Wakarusa has higher purpose

March 27, 2014

WAKARUSA — There are few things more exhilarating to a shopper than snagging a great deal.
But what if an opportunity presented itself that would benefit not only a buyer's wallet, but was engaged in a higher purpose and a meaningful calling, something that touched lives long after the bargains and the fanfare has passed?
That is precisely what transpires twice a year, when the Children's Resale is unveiled in the Wakarusa community.

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