Archive - Sep 9, 2013
Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) 2014 participants pose after the fitness portion of the program Saturday.
From left are, Brittany McKinney, Shelby Smiley, Kurstyn Hoeppner, Ashley Oâ€™Connor, Kiersten Thomas, Peyton Banks, Morghan Wilcoxson, Carley Porter, Anna McCullough and Hannah Schaefer.
Churubusco will be celebrating its homecoming this Friday against Eastside at 7 p.m.
The Eagles are currently 3-0 for the season and also 3-0 in conference play.
Pictured, Hayden Kilgore of Churubusco looks for running room during the game against Central Noble.
Pictured, Whitko players celebrate after a score earlier this year.
The Wildcat football team earned its first win against Southwood last Friday, 41-35.
Whitko will be playing its first home game of 2013, after three on the road, this Friday at 7 p.m. against Manchester.
The Wildcats will be looking for their second win in a row against the Squires, who are currently 0-3 this season.
SOUTH WHITLEY Ââ€” Whitko High School Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 4 to 8 p.m.
According to school leaders, the set-up will be slightly different than in years past.
Rather than meeting with teachers in the commons or gymnasium, parents will have the opportunity to meet with teachers in their studentâ€™s actual classrooms.
As parents enter the building, they will register and receive their studentâ€™s current Progress Reports.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Three brothers, originally from Columbia City, reunited last week for a chance to relive some childhood memories.
Jim, Dick and John Walter, affectionately known as â€śThe Walter Boys,â€ť grew up in Columbia City, but life has taken them outside of town. Sitting in the backyard of Dickâ€™s home on West Lincolnway, the threesome shared some of their favorite memories of growing up in the area.
â€śItâ€™s been two years since we got together,â€ť Dick said. â€śThis is wonderful.â€ť
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Out of 10 senior girls, only one could be declared Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) of Whitley County for 2014.
That one was Hannah Schaefer, a Columbia City High School student.
â€śWow! This is so unexpected,â€ť Schaefer said. â€śItâ€™s wonderful, but right now, itâ€™s overwhelming.â€ť
Schaefer is the daughter of Mark and Mary Ann Schaefer. In addition to her designation as DYW, Schaefer also earned the award in both the Talent category and in Self Expression.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” The cityâ€™s streets were full of orange T-shirt wearing Lutheransâ€™ Sunday as three local congregations came together to volunteer in Columbia City.
The work day was part of a nation-wide initiative celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ECLA).
â€śGodâ€™s work, our hands,â€ť was the motto for the day. Judy Follis, event coordinator and pastor of Hope Lutheran Church, saw the day as a chance to give back to the community that has supported the local ECLA congregations.