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Beach kicks: The Pumas U14 Girls win

August 2, 2013

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Beach kicks
The Pumas U14 Girls, representing NorthWood Soccer Club, won the U-16 division of the Soccer in the Sand tournament. The tournament was July 20 on the beach at Michigan City. The games were five vs. five format. Pictured in front from left are Libby Martin, Morgan Stickley, Kylie Murphy and Brittani Shields. In back from left are Maddi Jantzi, Taylor Luster, Coach Tom Shields, Amanda Heckaman, Mackenzie Lincoln, Mckenzie Bergman and Jill Kissin.

Elkhart County gets new extension educator

August 2, 2013

GOSHEN — Mary Ann Lienhart Cross, Elkhart County extension director, is pleased to announce that the Purdue Extension Elkhart County office has a new educator. 
Stephanie Polei is working as an extension educator in a new position, working in 4-H Youth Development and Health and Human Sciences with underserved audiences.
Polei grew up in Logansport.
She attended Indiana University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in dietetics and Ball State University for a master’s degree in nutrition and dietetics.

A short break and then it’s running again

August 2, 2013

The last time we talked, Skyler was winning the Egg Festival and Brant was playing at Coveleski Stadium for a charity event.
Since then Skyler and the Wolf Pack have won the Boys’ of Summer League and the end of the year tournament.
Brant and the Chargers won the BPA State tournament, which brought our break from baseball to an entire week over the July Fourth holiday.
We spent that week with friends and family. We enjoyed a great evening with friends and neighbors during a cookout and fireworks show.
We also enjoyed a day at the Warren Dunes with friends.

Results for the NorthWood High School All-Sport and Football Season Ticket Draw

July 30, 2013

Got your tickets?
Here are the results for the NorthWood High School All-Sport and Football Season Ticket Draw for 2013-14 (Because of when the results were submitted, it was too late to include it in the next edition of the Advance News.):

Monday, August 5, 5:00 p.m.

Jennifer Zurcher
Alvin Borkholder
Ben Linville
Phil Wiens
Michelle Heckaman
Kevin Herschberger
Curt Flickinger
Michael R. Schmucker
Cory Yoder
Keith Klotz
Jeremy Mast
Steve Sutter
Jan Cleveland
Doug Hochstedler
Rick Schwartz

Monday, August 5, 5:30 p.m.

Jim Shay
Ron Mason
John W. Weldy

Farm to Table charity event is Aug. 10

July 30, 2013

The second annual “Come to the Table” farm-to-table dinner and auction, featuring a multi-course meal prepared by some of northern Indiana’s most noted chefs in partnership with area farms, is scheduled for Aug. 10 as a benefit for the Family Christian Development Center.
The event, whose lead sponsor is Kountry Wood Products, will be held at the Coppes Commons in Nappanee, where places will once again be set for 300 people, using every available table space in the newly refurbished Upper Room. The dinner last year sold out.

Welcome, new officer!

July 27, 2013

Roy Navarro (center) is the newest member of the Nappanee Police Department. He was welcomed by Nappanee Mayor Larry Thompson (left) and Nappanee Police Chief Julie Dijkstra during the July 8 Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.

Best-in-Show

July 27, 2013

Ben Bradway displays his Best-in-Show award for his 1966 Chevy II at the Third Annual Cruise-In & Motorcycle Run held by the Boys & Girls Club of Nappanee on Saturday. He is joined by Nappanee Club member Sydney Hamsher.

Round Barn Theatre presenting ‘9 to 5: The Musical’

July 27, 2013

NAPPANEE — Since 1980, fans of Dolly Parton have strolled to and from work with her “Ode to the Grind” emanating from their lips.
The 1980 film, for which the song was conceived starred Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Parton and is in the top 20 highest grossing comedies in American film history.
Adapted from the film and featuring a brand-new score by seven-time Grammy Award winner Dolly Parton, “9 to 5: The Musical” opened on Broadway in 2008.
It received 15 Drama Desk Award nominations – the most received by a production in a single year – as well as four Tony Award nominations.

Fireworks ordinance passes first reading

July 27, 2013

NAPPANEE — Fireworks have been causing Police Chief Julie Dijkstra and her department some headaches lately.
Dijkstra told the Nappanee town council during its July 15 meeting that her office handled an abundance of calls about fireworks being set off in residential areas.
“The complaints are from a lot of people who don’t know that we don’t have an ordinance on this,” the police chief said.
“Some who think 11 p.m. is too late for these, and others who think setting them off six weeks before the Fourth (of July) is too soon.”

Fireworks ordinance passes first reading

July 27, 2013

NAPPANEE — Fireworks have been causing Police Chief Julie Dijkstra and her department some headaches lately.
Dijkstra told the Nappanee town council during its July 15 meeting that her office handled an abundance of calls about fireworks being set off in residential areas.
“The complaints are from a lot of people who don’t know that we don’t have an ordinance on this,” the police chief said.
“Some who think 11 p.m. is too late for these, and others who think setting them off six weeks before the Fourth (of July) is too soon.”

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