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March 10th, 2011
PLYMOUTH â€” When Dave Liverance leaves Ancilla College later this month, his legacy will be one that he can be proud of.
â€śI really have to say that itâ€™s the relationships Iâ€™ve been able to develop with my players, other coaches and the people here at the college that Iâ€™m most proud of,â€ť said Liverance of his time at Ancilla. â€śIt means a lot more than any other accomplishments that I could have had that Iâ€™ve been able to help these young people be successful in their life.â€ť
BREMEN â€” The American Red Cross Marshall County Chapter will offer free compression-only CPR training classes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 26 at the Bremen Senior Center, 103 N. Center St. The classes are open to all community members age 14 and over.
Each class is one hour. A Spanish interpreter will be available for one of the classes.
Culver Academies Choir will join a combined chorus of select singers from every age group -- high school, college, and adult -- in the high-profile, four-day Mozart International Choral Festival June 29 through July 3, in Salzburg, Germany. The festival culminates in a performance of Mozartâ€™s Mass in C â€śCoronation,â€ť K.317, and additional selections, in the historic Salzburg Dom. Professor Janos Czifra, director of music at the Dom, (which is the same position Mozart held) and Dr. Eph Ehly, will co-direct the concert, accompanied by a professional Austrian orchestra and European soloists.
The Board of Directors of the Marshall County Community Foundation has announced the estalblishment of a new permanent endowment fund and the first affinity group associated with the MCCF. An affinity group i s a collection of individuals who work together to support a common cause.
Started by 16 Culver-area women, the LIFT Endowment Fund Agremeent was signed during a ceremony on February 25. Known as the LIFT Group, the women hope to use their skills, talent, and friendship to lift other women to success, as LIFT is an acronym for Lending Inspirational Friendship Together.
Autumn Leed and her Yellow River Band will be performing this weekend at the Plymouth Eagles. The Nashville recording artist will open at 8 p.m., with band members Jeremiah Banghart, acoustic guitar; Matt McFarland, lead guitar, Mike Leed, bass guitar; Greg Meisner, drums and Kristel Anderson, mandolin, fiddle, harmonica.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Indiana Department of Education released the list of 2009-10 Four Star Schools Tuesday, and Webster Elementary was one of those named for the distinction.
According to the IDOE, out of 1,808 public schools, only 188 schools met the criteria to be named a Four Star School. Thirteen of the 261 private schools also received the honor.
PLYMOUTH â€” Several new deputies will soon be patrolling the county as part of the Marshall County Sheriffâ€™s Department.
Marshall County Tom Chamberlin came before the Marshall County Commissioners to seek their approval for the hiring of three new officers to fill positions that have been vacated within the department. The department has been operating under its allotted level of 17 officers and had begun accepting applications for the openings in November.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Marshall County Extension Office is holding an evening session on invasive insect and plants impacting area woodlands and properties.Â The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is a new insect pest here in Marshall County that feeds on plants during the summer and over winters in homes.Â Bob Yoder, Marshall County Extension Educator will lead a discussion on invasive pests at the Plymouth Public Library in the Laramore Room Tuesday evening, March 15. The program will start at 6:30 p.m.
WALKERTON â€”Â The John Glenn Theatre Company will close out the 2010-11 school year with the uplifting musical, "Godspell." Performances will be Friday and Saturday, March 11 and 12 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 13 at 2 p.m. Reserved seating is now available by contacting John Glenn High School. All tickets are $7. Any unreserved seats will be sold before each performance.
PLYMOUTH â€” Even though state government agencies are eligible to receive disaster help in the form of reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) it appears that none will be headed to Marshall County after last monthâ€™s blizzard.