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Cancer Association of M.C. Celebrates 60 Years

October 26, 2012
Cancer Association of M.C. Celebrates 60 Years

  10/29/12 The Cancer Association of Marshall County is celebrating its 60th year of existence.  Their annual meeting was held on Monday, October 22, 2012 at the Life Enrichment Center.   Newly elected Board members Eileen Wright, Carol Boyer and Jan Fisher were welcomed.   Officers for 2013 were elected as follows:  Debi Gidley, President; Jerry...
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28th Annual Bethleham Market November 10th

October 26, 2012
28th Annual Bethleham Market November 10th

  10/29/12 The First United Church of Christ –  321 North Center Street in Plymouth, Indiana – will be hosting the 28th Annual Bethlehem Market on Saturday, November 10, 2012.  The hours will be 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM. We still have a few spaces available for craft vendors.  Spaces are 8 ft areas...
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PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIALS RECOMMEND TIPS FOR SAFE HALLOWEEN

October 26, 2012
PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIALS RECOMMEND TIPS FOR SAFE HALLOWEEN

  10/29/12 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS), Indiana State Police (ISP) and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) offer the following tips for a safe Halloween: Tips for motorists • Due to the number of children out on the street on Halloween evening, motorists should be very careful driving along city streets, especially...
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOSTING FISH DINNER

October 26, 2012
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOSTING FISH DINNER

  10/29/12 The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 will be hosting an all you can eat fish dinner on Friday, November 2nd.  The dinner will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 901 East Jefferson in Plymouth from 4pm to 7pm. Your $8.50 ticket will provide with an all you can...
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Ancilla College opens doors to adult learners with free course

October 26, 2012
Ancilla College opens doors to adult learners with free course

  10/29/12 Ancilla College is offering a free college course to first-time students as part of the “We Believe in You” program. Designed for adult learners 21-years and older who have never attended college, “We Believe in You” allows a student to take a class with up to three credit hours at no cost....
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D. RUTH COX – 98 – from Plymouth

October 26, 2012
D. RUTH COX – 98 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details
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Lynn Brown Injured in Motorcycle Crash

October 25, 2012
Lynn Brown Injured in Motorcycle Crash

    10/26/12 A Plymouth city letter carrier on her way to work Thursday morning struck a deer with her motorcycle on US-31. Emergency responders were dispatched at 6:45 to US 31 near the intersection of 14C road Thursday morning for a personal injury accident. Lynn Brown was traveling north on US 31 when...
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Retail Trick-or-Treat

October 25, 2012
Retail Trick-or-Treat

  10/26/12 Retail Trick or Treat is this Saturday, October 27th from 1-3 p.m. Children are invited to trick or treat in the downtown area businesses. The residents of Garden Court Downtown are going to be handing out candy during retail trick or treat too. Garden Court Downtown is located at 315 Garro St....
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October 21 to 27, 2012 Officially Proclaimed as “Friends of the Library Week” in Culver

October 25, 2012
October 21 to 27, 2012 Officially Proclaimed as “Friends of the Library Week” in Culver

  10/26/12 Library staff celebrated the Friends of the Culver-Union Township Public Library at our Annual Friends Luncheon on Tuesday, October 23. Friends were treated to a meal prepared by CUTPL staff and Board members to let the Friends know how much Library co-workers value the Friends presence at the Library and appreciate their...
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Donations to Ounce of Prevention

October 25, 2012
Donations to Ounce of Prevention

10/26/12 Jennifer Houin from Oliver Ford said, “We were very fortunate to have two different entities give to the Ounce of Prevention Breast Cancer Fund the past couple of days.”   The first donation was from the Plymouth Shockers Softball team. Last Saturday and Sunday they had a two day co-ed and men’s softball...
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