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The Boys and Girls of Marshall County - Plymouth Unit celebrated the completion of a grant funded project from the Indianapolis NBA All-Star Legacy Committee Thursday morning. Renovations included upgrades to the 23 year old gymnasium including a glass wall, a concession stand, new backboards, bleachers, volleyball nets, soccer balls and refinishing the gym floor. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Marshall County is also celebrating its 25th Anniversary of serving the youth and families of Marshall County. The new facility was built in 2016 following a rigorous fundraising campaign led by the Board of Directors. The new Leonard JoAnn Isban Center for Youth was then connected to the existing gym and the facility opened in March 2018. Although the gym did receive some improvements, the NBA All-Star Legacy grant provided the opportunity to bring some of the other features in the

gym up to date. Representatives of the club stated in a press release, “Our organization and community are so grateful to the NBA Legacy Committee and the Indiana Pacers for affording us this opportunity to update our services through our gym and Healthy Lifestyles Program.”

From left to right: Associate Vice President of Pacers Sports and Entertainment / Digital - All Star Game Dianna Boyce, CEO of Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County - Plymouth Unit Andrew Fitzpatrick, Club Facility and Athletic Director Bill Deering, Club Program Director Joanna Vela-Flora, and Club Executive Committee Board Member Bryan Bell.

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The Marshall County Neighborhood Center needs your help to operate. As of Friday, the annual fundraiser “Dancing with the Stars Marshall Count…

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On February 10, 2021, the Honorable Judge Robert Bowen issued two arrest warrants for Kristopher R. Conley.  One arrest warrant was for Burgla…

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Dennis Bottorff and Jack Davis went to high school together; but their friendship blossomed when they reconnected over their mutual love for The REES a few years ago. With the help of a few other advocates, they volunteered for years from very early in the morning to late at night; changing the marquee signage in winter, spring, summer and fall; serving their community by honoring family members, promoting non-profit organizations, thanking community advocates and highlighting events. They are thankful for the “memorees” they created during the manual changes to the signage; but are glad that the upgrade will provide far greater efficiency in communication. Davis said, “It will be good for not only our community, but it will be good for the county as well to have those opportunities to share important information.”

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MARSHALL COUNTY — On Wednesday, Jan. 27, detectives with the Indiana State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICACTF) arreste…