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Education Days teaches Wakarusa kids about pioneer life

April 10, 2014

WAKARUSA — The Wakarusa Historical Museum is home to many old buildings once in downtown Wakarusa.
During Education Days this week, students from Berrien Springs Elementary School, Nappanee Elementary School, Wakarusa Elementary School and Trinity Lutheran School travelled to the museum to learn more about pioneers and the struggles they endured living a life without technology and modern conveniences.

Boys and Girls Club Dinner Auction raises money for club maintenance

March 27, 2014

NAPPANEE — The Boys and Girls 10th Annual Dinner Auction was held last Saturday.
With around 290 guests in attendance and dinner provided by Nelson's Catering, program director James Kramer stated that the night went well.
This year's theme was "Bid on a Dream." Future jobs and dreams of the children who attend the club were displayed as center pieces on the tables to remind bidders why they were there.
"Last year (set) a record for us and this year went even better," he explained of the donations received.

Resale shop in Wakarusa has higher purpose

March 27, 2014

WAKARUSA — There are few things more exhilarating to a shopper than snagging a great deal.
But what if an opportunity presented itself that would benefit not only a buyer's wallet, but was engaged in a higher purpose and a meaningful calling, something that touched lives long after the bargains and the fanfare has passed?
That is precisely what transpires twice a year, when the Children's Resale is unveiled in the Wakarusa community.

Mock trials teaches Wakarusa youth consequences

March 27, 2014

WAKARUSA — On the morning of Friday, March 14, two buses filled with Wakarusa Elementary fifth graders drove away from school and into the brilliant burst of sunshine - their destination, the Elkhart County Courthouse.

Board of Works approves trial period with emergency response phone service

March 13, 2014

NAPPANEE — Residents are alerted that the freeze warning is still in place citywide. Residents are encouraged to leave water running through faucets and showers to avoid pipes freezing.
Residents who leave taps gently running to avoid frozen pipes should then call the Nappanee Water Department, 574-773-4623, to put their names on a list of those participating in these instructions so the added water costs can be adjusted from monthly bills.
These important reminders came from members of the Nappanee Board of Public Works and Safety during a Feb. 24 meeting.

Wakarusa council discusses fate of historic building

March 13, 2014

WAKARUSA - It did not take long for members of the Wakarusa Town Council to arrive at a decision as to whether they should purchase a historic but dilapidated building. During a brief session held Tuesday evening, the answer was unequivocally no.

Church of the Brethren using ancient bible study techniques today

March 13, 2014

NAPPANEE — Nappanee Church of the Brethren has begun their spiritual journey using a much simpler process for this year's Lenten season.
Vital Ministry Journey is a bible study program created by the Church of the Brethren's Congregational Life Ministries team. It is geared at encouraging the reader to make their own assumptions about what the Bible says, rather than simply explaining the purpose behind passages to them.

Ghost hunting group meeting in Elkhart

March 13, 2014

Amy Wenger
Enquirer Correspondent
There are very few people who can resist the allure of a great challenge. They are likely the same people who enjoy searching for that which sometimes escapes the limitations of human understanding.
If this is a description that seems fitting, the curious and captivated are invited to join a brand new organization, known as the Elkhart Paranormal Investigation Control Group, otherwise known as EPIC. The group will be sponsoring their first ever meeting at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 15 at Martin's Side Door Deli, located at 1200 North Nappanee Street, Elkhart.

Pastor Ramirez returns to Elkhart County

March 13, 2014

NAPPANEE — Frank Ramirez, a former Elkhart pastor, has returned to Elkhart County after 12 years, to lead the congregation at Union Center Church of the Brethren in Nappanee.
"After 12 years, in Pennsylvania, I felt like it was time to return, and I'm grateful I'm back," he stated.
Ramirez served at the Everett Church of the Bremen from 2002 until just this month, however he has been a pastor with the Brethren church since 1979.
As an English student, it was his professors, who were also serving as pastors, that drove him into pastoral studies.

Coppes Commons hosting Souper Bowl this Saturday

March 5, 2014

NAPPANEE — Students in grades 10 through 12 at NorthWood High School are hard at work designing ceramic bowls for this year's annual Souper Bowl.
"Each one is different. People are different, bowls should be different as well," Melinda Sharp, art teacher at NorthWood High School heading the project, said.
Around 10 students will make over 200 custom bowls during their free time between projects, on weekends and evenings. They started just after Christmas Break.
"This is a wonderful opportunity for us because it gives students real world experience in the pottery industry."

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