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Students promenading for prom

March 6, 2012

Fashion show raising funds for BHS prom
BREMEN — Some area students are promenading in a fashion show to benefit Bremen High School’s annual prom. Organizers say they hope to raise enough money through attendance fees of $5 per person and donations to help fund the affair which runs around $5,000 to put on each year.

Council gives police approvals

March 6, 2012

Pittman now assistant chief
BREMEN — Bremen Police Sergeant Steve Pittman was recently approved by the Bremen Town Council to act within the new role of assistant police chief. That was with the prior approval and referral of the police commission conveyed by police chief Matthew Hassel during a regular council meeting. The subject was one brought up in the past and was one that the chief said deserved attention.

Pfeiffer ranked as second runner-up

March 6, 2012

KOKOMO — Twenty teenage girls from across Indiana competed for a share of $23,000 in college scholarships Saturday evening at Kokomo High School.
Clinton County’s Distinguished Young Woman, Chloe McClaughlin from Frankfort, walked away with the title of Indiana’s Distinguished Young Woman 2012 and $7,500 in cash scholarships.

History lesson

March 6, 2012

Margaret Carter, Civil War re-enactor tells an audience at the Bremen Public Library about the role of women in the Civil War. This program was part the library’s February Family Reading Program and One Book/One Town – Marshall County. Bremen Public Library’s next Civil War program is “A Musical Walk Through the Civil War” with Jill and Hawk VanLew March 20 at 6:30. 

Pines has full schedule

March 6, 2012

BREMEN — Seniors are invited to visit The Pines in Bremen every Monday at 9:30 a.m. for train Dominoes; every Tuesday at 11 a.m. for Coffee Chat; every second Tuesday of the month for a blood pressure clinic at 10:30 a.m.; and every third Tuesday for a Blood Pressure Clinic at 10:30 a.m.
Other activities include Bingo, Puzzle Day, Nutrition Talk, and Show and Share. Reserve a REAL Services meal 24 hours in advance by calling Rose Ann Hall at 574-546-2164. Meal donation is $3.50 but the activities and entertaining company are free of charge.

Reunion Station: 2 locals with lots of talent

March 5, 2012

BREMEN — Do not dismiss Reunion Station as being comprised of merely two guys, a guitar and a set of drums. This talented musical-duo has the bonding element of a life-long friendship as well.
While neither, Matt McFarland nor Nathan Cleveland, can recall for certain if they were 9 or 10 years old when they first became friends, they can both agree on the incident that initiated their original conversation. Good-humoredly, Cleveland reminisces about McFarland’s mutually fruitful error, “…he thought I was someone else and kept calling me Tim.”

Junior high tennis coming to Bremen this spring

February 29, 2012

BREMEN — Junior high tennis will be offered to Bremen students, a few short months after the schools’ athletic director Troy Holmes got the approval from school board members to carry out his proposal. He explained that he was only asking for a one year trial to see how much interest there was in offering the sport to sixth through eighth graders. Holmes said he believed doing so would be a benefit to the sport at the high school level.

Bremen resident opens ‘shabby chic’ shop in Plymouth

February 29, 2012

BREMEN — Ely Lane, located at 110 W. Garro St. in Plymouth next to the post office, opened on Valentine’s Day. The shop, run by Bremen resident Erin Yeager, carries handmade or hand-altered items for the home, such as refurbished furniture and unique dishes as well as some clothing and accessories. Yeager got her start creating handmade items when her grandmother gave her a sewing machine in 2009. Since, she has enjoyed success selling online and through local craft shows.

Bremen’s Berndt is new deputy prosecutor

February 29, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Lynn Berndt, of Bremen, was appointed new deputy prosecutor for Marshall County in February. 
Berndt previously served as deputy in the St. Joseph County prosecutor’s office and is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and the University of Michigan Law School. 
“I liked the environment here,” said Berndt of her decision to work for Marshall County. “Everybody here, the attorneys, the judges — they all tend to work together really well. You don’t have a lot of people being contentious for the sake of being contentious. They are all very professional.” 

Ancilla College freezes tuition

February 29, 2012

DONALDSON — Ancilla College will not increase tuition rates for the 2012-2013 school year. The Ancilla College Board of Trustees voted for the “tuition freeze” during their Feb. 20 meeting.

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