Home Local News LOCAL BRIEFS Sept. 2, 2022

LOCAL BRIEFS Sept. 2, 2022

by Alexandra Reich
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School trustees to meet Tuesday

ELKHART– The Concord Area Schools Board of Trustees will organize a workshop Tuesday, instantly following its normal 6 p.m. meeting.

The workshop will certainly occur at the Concord Education Facility, 59040 Minuteman Way, for the function of strategic planning, according to a news release.

MACOG to host Wednesday conference

SOUTH BEND– The Michiana Location Council of Federal governments’ next Transport Technical Advisory Committee conference will certainly occur Wednesday at 9 a.m

. The program is readily available at macog.com/ttac_agendas.html, a news release specified.

Public remarks concerning items on the TTAC conference schedule can be sent to [email protected] before the conference. Add “TTAC Program Remark” in the subject line. The meeting will certainly also be open to public remark throughout the livestream and in-person.

Participants of the general public are invited to the meeting either reside on YouTube at https://youtu.be/E2pzfiyaVJM or in-person at the Schrock Structure located in Shanklin Park, 411 W. Plymouth Ave., Goshen.

Community council to meet Tuesday

WAKARUSA– The Wakarusa Town Council will satisfy at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The meeting will take place at town hall, 100 W. Waterford St., a press release specified.

ECS to host multilingual occasion

ELKHART– On Thursday, Elkhart as well as Bristol households are welcomed to the first “Bienvenidos: Somos Elkhart/ Welcome: We Are Elkhart” event at the Elkhart High School Fresher Division, 1 Blazer Blvd., formerly Elkhart Central Secondary school, from 5 to 7 p.m.

Elkhart Neighborhood Schools made the event around the greatest requirements of families, with an extra focus on Latino families who may be brand-new to Elkhart as well as ECS, a news release specified. Info, offered in English and Spanish, will include enrollment details, pre-K chances, athletic opportunities, info about EHS Schools of Research Study and also Elkhart Location Career Facility programs, and also various other information. Furthermore, neighborhood companions will get on hand to discuss literacy, psychological wellness, medical care and also task training.

ECS currently offers 3,461 “English Learner” students, which is 27.96% of the area’s overall populace. Over 36% of ECS pupils determine as Hispanic.

All households are welcome to participate in the occasion as well as interpreters will certainly be on hand to assist family members, the launch included. The occasion will consist of free childcare (ages 4-12), beverages and door rewards. There is no cost to participate in.

For more information, see www.elkhart.k12.in.us.

Rummage sale to benefit library

MILFORD– The Friends of the Library will certainly be hosting a rummage sale Sept. 14-17 to increase funds to help support the Milford Town library, 101 N. Key St.

The team is presently looking for donations of items in excellent condition to be sold at the sale, a news release mentioned. A selection of items will certainly be accepted, nevertheless, large appliances, TVs, cushions, car seats or crib can not be accepted. Those with products to give away are asked to take them to Apostolic Church Fellowship Hall, 201 N. Higbee St., Sept. 14 or 15, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

September is National Library Card Register Month, the launch included. MPL offers Van Buren as well as East Jefferson territories in Kosciusko County, so those who reside in among these townships are qualified for a collection card. Anybody over the age of 6 can go to the collection as well as fill out a collection card application. Those younger than 18 should have a parent or guardian sign the application, however. Grownups must bring an image ID and also something that reveals their existing address in order to request a card.

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“Greetings, my name is Alexandra R. Reich. I am a reporter at the Plymouth Daily News and work as a reporter for WKRN. I am passionate about journalism and telling stories that matter. I believe journalism is a powerful tool for change, and I am committed to using my skills and platform to make a difference in the world. 

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“Greetings, my name is Alexandra R. Reich. I am a reporter at the Plymouth Daily News and work as a reporter for WKRN. I am passionate about journalism and telling stories that matter. I believe journalism is a powerful tool for change, and I am committed to using my skills and platform to make a difference in the world. 

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