The Walkway of Lights committee is already getting into the holiday spirit by celebrating Christmas…in July! There will be a picture-scanning party at a festive booth under the big white tent by the Garden House during the “July 3rdCelebration in the Gardens” from 5 – 9pm. The committee is encouraging you to bring up to five of your favorite photos or slides depicting Downtown Marion at Christmastime. They will then be scanned and returned to you that evening. “We have
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Save the Date - MGH Health Expo on 9/7/19 (see card)Event: MGH Health Expo 2019Date: Saturday, September 7thTime: 7:30 AM – 1 PMLocation: Marion General Hospital (main campus) Description: The MGH Health Expo is coming Saturday, September 7th, 7:30 AM – 1 PM! Bring your family to MGH for a day of fun and health education! Enjoy booths, inflatables, health screenings, a blood drive, interactive exhibits and much more. For more info visit www.mgh.net/healthexpo
Indiana Wesleyan University’s Dr. Rob Thompson, director/associate professor for M.A. in Student Development Administration, has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the Don L. Boender Award for Distinguished Service. The award, presented by the Association for Christians in Student Development, recognizes one individual annually for their outstanding contributions to ACSD and the field of student development. The Boender Award is designated for professionals with more than ten years of experience.
On Wed., July 3rd, 2019, the City of Marion will bring back fireworks in Matter Park with live music and festivities for the whole family. The event will begin in and around the Gardens of Matter Park at 5pm with a DJ, food and sweet-treat vendors, and a kids’ carnival with inflatable play space and yard games. At 7pm, Jessie Brown will kick off live music then join a larger group of artists making up the band, “When Country Went Pop.” After they end around dusk, fireworks will end the
BUBBLE BOGEY OPEN TO BENEFIT PROJECT LEADERSHIP MENTORING PROGRAM - (see flyer) On Saturday, July 20th at Walnut Creek Golf Course, Mama Pearson’s Soaporium is sponsoring the Bubble Bogey Open, a golf scramble that will benefit Project Leadership, a local non-profit organization that helps local youths follow their career and college pathways. The golf scramble will benefit students in the Project Leadership Mentoring Program, which matches local high school youths with community volunteers who meet
MARION — Marion Community Schools is pleased to welcome Dr. Troy Friedersdorf as Executive Director of Student and Family Services. In this position, Friedersdorf will be overseeing and facilitating student support services throughout the school district, preschool through high school. He will support, implement, and evaluate services that promote the healthy development of the whole student, and to meet families’ needs. It will be a return to Grant County for Friedersdorf, who served as principal
Café Valley is hiring for 2nd shift (2pm-10pm) Start date will be July 8. Conduct drug screens on site and the offer is subject to background check as well. The pay rate for this shift would be $10.25/hr. (see flyer)
Indiana Wesleyan University hosted the 9th annual Gaither Songwriting Intensive on June 6-9. The event invited attendees to delve into the art of songwriting and learn from award-winning Christian artist Gloria Gaither and other distinguished songwriters. With over 40 participants from around the world, the weekend included classes with all clinicians and collaboration in intimate settings. The roster of clinicians for the Songwriting Intensive included:Gloria Gaither- Award-winning Christian songwriter
Marion Grant County Humane Society is seeking a part time Kennel Assistant JO# 9213062
Cancer Services of Grant County offering payroll deduction for donors at local businesses (see attached form).
MARION — Marion Giants athletics has several opportunities for students interested in exploring sports or continuing their training this month: Marion Giants Basketball Academy Marion Giants Basketball Academy starts Tuesday, June 4. The program, run by Marion boys basketball coaches, will be offering training for boys going into grade five through eight next school year. his opportunity will help athletes maximize their potential on and off the basketball court. The program is designed to challenge
(Berne, Indiana) – Family LifeCare is pleased to announce the addition of Julie Towery, Nurse Practitioner, to our team of providers. She joined our team in May. Julie will assist Dr. Edmond Bendaly, Chief Medical Officer, and Deb Fiechter, Nurse Practitioner, with the continued growth of our diverse organization. Both Nurse Practitioners work closely with Dr. Bendaly in providing clinical care to our palliative care, transitional care and hospice programs. Julie is a native of Marion, Indiana and
Indiana Wesleyan University is excited to announce that award-winning Christian artist Aaron Shust will appear in concert during Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 12. The concert will take place at 7 p.m. in the Phillippe Performing Arts Center. Over the past decade, Shust has earned a reputation as one of Christian music’s most compelling songwriters and a vocalist of considerable depth and passion. He was named both New Artist and Songwriter of the Year at the 2007 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards and
WIS International is hiring for Inventory Associatewww.indianacareerconnect.com JO# 9210887 (click here)
Marion City Flag-raising Ceremony Highlights Video has been released of the flag-raising ceremony of the new Marion city flag at City Hall. A link to the video and more information may be found here: https://cityofmarion.in.gov/news-events/video-released-marion-city-flag-raising-ceremony-highlights. You may also access the video directly on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpC3FwMDzA0&t=3s. If you wish to use the video or audio in its entirety or clips from it, we simply ask that you provide
(MARION, IN) May 28th, 2019 – There is a pleasing increase in neighborhood associations and communication between neighbors and city officials. As a result, each association successfully activated or reactivated has seen positive change in their neighborhoods. “It takes intention to maintain a welcoming neighborhood. Forming a new association or joining the work of the current association gives you a means to rally toward an intentional vision,” expressed Neighborhood Association Coordinator, Kayla
Indiana Wesleyan University will welcome an estimated 20,000 guests to the residential campus this summer as it hosts a variety of camps, conferences and retreats. Events, which began earlier this month and will run through August, span focuses such as faith, athletics and academics. Two of the largest groups will be Momentum Youth Conference, with an estimated attendance of 2,400, and Willow Creek Community Church’s Sandblast youth conference, with an estimated attendance of 1,600. Summer camps and