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Johnny Appleseed to appear at Yellow River Festival

May 24, 2011

PLYMOUTH — This year’s Yellow River Festival will feature a special guest: Johnny Appleseed.
Playing the mythical pioneer is Steve McPhail, who entertains and educates as Johnny Appleseed throughout the region. At the festival, people can expect to see the colorful character in full costume, which McPhail points out does not include a tin pot on his head.

Tower space lease on the table for board

May 24, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth's Board of Public Works and Safety will consider Internet possibilities for the city.
Space on both city water towers and the Plymouth Fire Department tower were opened to companies to provide proposals for use.
City Attorney Nelson Chipman reported that Fourway Computer Products, D.C. Tech, Frontier Communications.com and Northern Indiana Tech Inc. were provided with specifications and invitations to bid on the space.
Fourway and D.C. Tech Solutions provided proposals for the space to the board.

Ordinance proposes city employee raise

May 24, 2011

PLYMOUTH — While ordinances presented to the Plymouth Common Council on first reading don't bring much discussion, city employees will be happy to know that the council did make a few comments on this year's salary ordinance.
City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented the ordinance to the council and said that it did include a maximum 3 percent raise for city employees. If approved, it would be the first raise for city workers since 2009.

Riverside students in the dog house

May 23, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Riverside Intermediate School teacher Tara Sharp has learned over her 15 years of teaching that the best way to keep students engaged is by showing how math relates to the real world.
This year, Sharp challenged her 16 advanced math students, whom she divided into two groups, to build dog houses. Sharp said she developed the project plans three years ago and included them into the program for the first time last year. She said this year the project is being done on a much larger scale.

Disney's 'High School Musical' onstage this wkd at Culver High School

May 23, 2011

Culver Community students “wave their hands up in the air” for the CCHS choral department production of Disney’s “High School Musical” May 28 and 29, in the high school auditorium. Tickets are on sale this week ($5 advance, $6 at the door). Call 574-842-3391 ext. 3118 for tickets, or contact any choral student.
Pictured, from left to right, are Josh Walters, Zach Brewer, Nick Pritz, Larry Clingler, Cassie Cline, AJ Neace, Brittany Jolly, Crystal Looney, and Kevin Hogan.

Chairs aren’t just for sitting as Culver preps for gala event

May 21, 2011

With the Tri Kappa Chairs for Charity auction now just a month away, creative residents throughout the community are at work getting their chairs ready to donate. One of many that are already complete is this beautiful example by Gary Schaffer. The seat is a painting of the King’s Colors from our first U.S. Flag, The Grand Union 1775.

Tour de Max hits Culver this Saturday

May 18, 2011

Culver's annual Tour de Max bicycle tour through Marshall County, sponsored by Culver Tri Kappa, will take place this Saturday, May 21. All rides begin at the Culver Beach Lodge, 819 E. Lake Shore Drive. Registration and check-in will be open from 7 until 9:30 a.m. at the Beach Lodge. However, those planning to ride 63 miles are asked to leave no later than 8 a.m. SAG stops will be open for a set period of time based on these departure times.

Students learn about health, wellness

May 18, 2011

PLYMOUTH —The 2011 Washington Elementary Health Fair was a learning opportunity not only for elementary students, but also for the volunteers running the fair.
Junior and senior high health students of Crossroads Academy created booths and activities used for the fair, and formed teams to teach the elementary kids important health information. The high school students picked the topics for the activities, ranging from dental health to bullying. At each station, the elementary students had the opportunity to complete a hands-on activity to receive a prize.

Riley benefits from Hope House sale

May 17, 2011

PLYMOUTH — “It is payback time,” according to Brian Montgomery, father of John, an acute myeloid leukemia survivor, a type of cancer in which the bone marrow makes a large number of abnormal cells, The most difficult of childhood cancers to treat, it usually gets worse quickly if not addressed promptly.
From the beginning, John’s illness, discovered in Sept. of 2004, was a family affair.
John was an 8th grader at Lincoln Junior High School when he started his battle for his life.

Train exhibit, working layout exhibit at Culver museum

May 17, 2011

A popular exhibit on the historic model trains of Culver Academies, circa 1948 to 1986, will return to the Culver Academies Museum and Gift Shop, 102 South Main Street, for a brief revival over Culver's Alumni Reunion Weekend, May 20 through 22. Though the original layout, which occupied over 40 by 24 feet of space under the school's dining hall and was overseen by late band director Col. Edward Payson, was destroyed 25 years ago, the several hundred vintage cars -- many rare and historical -- remain, as do various artifacts and memorabilia from the setup.

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