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Archive for September, 2013

Chamber Terminates Glaub/Gibb

September 19, 2013
Chamber Terminates Glaub/Gibb

  09/20/13 On Wednesday, September 18, the Plymouth Chamber Board of Directors unanimously voted to make a change in the leadership of the Chamber of Commerce and terminated the services of Betty Glaub Gibb, Director of Membership.      In an effort to improve the current and future strength of the Chamber, the Board...
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FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL CANCELLED for the Rockies. Rescheduled for Saturday

September 19, 2013
FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL CANCELLED for the Rockies.  Rescheduled for Saturday

ELKHART — The Plymouth at Elkhart Memorial high school football game has been postponed from 7:30 p.m. Friday to the same time on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Charger Field. Lightning struck a transformer and electric box at Memorial, according to  athletic director Jacquie Rost. They are hoping replacement parts will be available Friday afternoon,...
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County Employees get 13 Paid Holidays in 2014

September 19, 2013
County Employees get 13 Paid Holidays in 2014

  09/20/13 Marshall County Employees will receive thirteen (13) paid holidays next year.  On Monday the Marshall County Commissioner approved the 2014 Holiday Schedule with one change.   Washington’s Birthday which is in February was moved to December 24th giving county employees Wednesday and Thursday, December 25th off for their Christmas vacation.  That day...
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Apple Tasting at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

September 19, 2013
Apple Tasting at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

  09/20/13 This Saturday’s Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will feature the return of Randy Jones of Wagoner’s Music Shop with his students in ‘Huckleberry Clamshell’. The apple season is in full swing and a variety will be available for tasting. Baked goods will be sold by Evangelical Covenant Church as a fundraiser.    Another blood...
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Triton 5th Graders Learn About Poverty

September 19, 2013
Triton 5th Graders Learn About Poverty

  09/20/13 Mrs. Brosman’s fifth grade class at Triton Elementary School has been learning more about what poverty means and countries of the world that are stricken with high poverty rates. Students became very interested in what could be done to help these countries. The teacher introduced to the students www.freerice.com, a website where students...
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Experience Art Outdoors at MoonTree Festival, September 21st

September 19, 2013
Experience Art Outdoors at MoonTree Festival, September 21st

  09/20/13 The second annual MoonTree Festival, a weekend event, takes place Friday, September 21 through Sunday, September 22, at MoonTree Studios and The Center at Donaldson. Plein-air painters from all of the regional plein air groups have been invited for a two-day paint-out followed by a juried Sunday show and sale of artwork....
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World Series of Dirt at Plymouth Speedway Oct 4 & 5

September 19, 2013
World Series of Dirt at Plymouth Speedway Oct 4 & 5

  09/20/13 It’ll be like visiting a whole new track for the World Series of Dirt at Plymouth Speedway on Friday, October 4th and Saturday, October 5th. New banking has been installed on the big track as well as the shortened Bull Ring. You’ll find new concessions with tastier food and lower prices, just...
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WALORSKI SUPPORTS HOUSE PLAN TO VOTE ON CONTINUING RESOLUTION, DEFUND OBAMACARE

September 19, 2013
WALORSKI SUPPORTS HOUSE PLAN TO VOTE ON CONTINUING RESOLUTION, DEFUND OBAMACARE

  09/20/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement supporting the House plan to vote on a continuing resolution to fund the government and defund Obamacare: “When I talk to Hoosiers at home, it remains clear that our families and businesses want to keep the federal government open and defund Obamacare.  I am...
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Creative Artist at Miller’s

September 19, 2013
Creative Artist at Miller’s

  09/20/31 Dorothy Boynton of South Bend loves to create things.  And she can create almost anything out of almost nothing!  Boynton demonstrated that skill during National Assisted Living  Week at miller’s Senior Living Community. Boynton has loved creating and molding and sculpting things since she was a child. “There were three of us...
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ISBDC Offers Confidential Business Counseling at MCEDC

September 19, 2013

08/14/13 Individual Indiana Small Business Development Center advisement services are offered monthly in Plymouth.  Entrepreneurs, potential entrepreneurs and business owners in Marshall County are encouraged to sign up for one on one, confidential business counseling with Alan Steele, Advisor with the North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center. The next session will be Tuesday,...
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