Archive - Feb 2011 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â€” Build it and they will come, isnâ€™t the problem for the Plymouth Youth Soccer programs.
The fact is â€śtheyâ€ť are already here â€” hundreds of young kids ready to play. The league now wants to provide them a set of new fields to play on. Duane Culp and Curt Feece â€“ representing the Plymouth Youth Soccer and Travel Soccer leagues came before the Marshall County Commissioners to outline the groupsâ€™ plans to put together a soccer field complex on the east side of Plymouth.
Culver Academies' Huffinton Concert Series will continue on Tuesday, February 22 at 7:30 p.m. with the Cirque Shanghai Bai Xi acrobatic troupe; onstage at Eppley Auditorium on the Academies campus.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Park Department continued its idea phase in preparation of its new five-year plan.
A public meeting was held after the Department's normal monthly board meeting Monday evening and the board heard from several citizens with ideas for the plan. Tony Gamble came forward with a project that has been on his mind for several years.
PLYMOUTH â€” The third annual Dancing with the Stars extravaganza was held Saturday night at the Swan Lake Resort, netting more than $68,000 for a local organization.
The event is a major fundraiser for the Marshall County Neighbor-hood Center and the Five-Star program at Lincoln Junior High in Plymouth.
One of the organizers and Neighborhood Center Board President, Chad Barden, opened the program with the announcement that they had pledges of $55,000.
The public could vote for their favorite dance couples at $20 per vote prior to the event.
King and Queen of Plymouth High Schoolâ€™s basketball homecoming were crowned Friday night. The students chose Damon Howe and Jordin Cook as their royalty.
The Culver Lake Fest committee encourages residents to thinkâ€¦summer! Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 15 through 17, the 28th annual â€śCulver Lake Festâ€ť will â€śHonor Our Heroes.â€ť
Mike Overmyer, Lake Fest Committee President, said, â€śWe are very excited about this yearâ€™s theme, and we want to pay tribute to the heroes that live and have worked in our community and just say thanks for their service to our country.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Public Library is hosting a Monopoly Tournament Friday, Feb. 11 for students in grades sixth through twelfth. There is no cost to attend. Prizes will be awarded and pizza, pop and snacks will be served. Register before Thursday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. in person at 201 N. Center St. or online at www.plymouth.lib.in.us.
The schedule is as follows:
10:15 to 10:45 â€” Sign in. (You must sign in by 10:45 a.m. to play.)
10:45 to 11:00 â€” Table assignments and rules explained
11:00 to 12:30 â€” Semi-finals
12:30 to 1 â€” Eat and tabulate scores
An in-depth look at the Culver-Union Township Public Libraryâ€™s finances took center stage at the library boardâ€™s first meeting of 2011 last month.
The meeting began with the introduction of newest board member Joan Bess, recently appointed by Culverâ€™s Town Council.
Board Treasurer Alfred Nyby, from a handout he distributed to board members and projected onto a screen, presented a report focusing on trends in library spending and receipts past, present, and future.
Eleanor Boys Blank led a full life, most of which was devoted to helping others.Â This she learned from her father and mother.
Eleanor died peacefully in her sleep Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011 in Jarales, New Mexico at the home of Richard and Wendy Cordova, who were her caregivers.
Eleanor Cornell Boys Blank was born in Plymouth to Samuel Evan and Florence Riddick Boys June 18, 1912.Â She was the fourth of five children. She graduated from Plymouth High School and Indiana University, Bloomington. While at IU she was a member of the Delta Gamma Sorority.
BOURBON â€” The Bourbon Police Department, Town of Bourbon and the community lost one of its most memorable leaders and friends Friday morning.
Bourbon Assistant Police Chief and town council member Gary Collins, 49, was found unresponsive at his home at approximately 5 a.m. Friday morning. He was rushed to Kosciusko Community Hospital where he was later pronounced dead from natural causes, of an apparent heart attack.
It was reported that after working a 3 to 11 p.m. shift the evening prior, Collins had returned home and went about his normal routine.