Honeywell Arts & Entertainment Releases February Flyer (see here)
In their most challenging event thus far in the season, the Marion High School JROTC drill team demonstrated they can compete and win against any team. In a regional contest hosted by North Bullitt High School in Kentucky, the Giants earned numerous top placements in a competition that featured 18 schools from across the Midwest. “All of our teams were on it,” retired Command Sgt. Maj. Jon Smith, the Marion coach, proudly explained. “Many of these schools here are among the best in the nation and
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Grant Blackford Mental Health Rebrands, Changes Name, Vows to Take Leading Role (read here)
Marion Community Schools is proud to announce that four Marion High School juniors have been selected as Rising Stars of Indiana:Nathaniel AguilaElijah MakiRyan SpitzerMolley SteenberghThe Indiana Association of School Principals honors high school juniors across the state for their academic achievement, aiming to put a spotlight on them and boost their scholarship opportunities going into their senior year. The Rising Stars program is a complement to the Indiana Academic All-Stars, which recognizes
The next head coach of Marion Giants football is a familiar face: Craig Chambers, who led the Giants to semi-state in 2018, is returning. At its regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 10, the Marion Community School Board approved the hiring of Chambers as Marion High School’s head football coach. Chambers was 34-13 (.723) in his previous four seasons with the Giants, and he led Marion to seven post-season tournament wins including a regional championship. This was a major shift in the program, which had gone
National Slow Cooker Month (read here) It's National Slow Cooker Month! &##129365; &##129364; &##127831; Want to add a Ninja Foodi Multi Slow Cooker to your appliances collection? Just like and share this post, and comment with your best slow cooker recipe for a chance to win. Winner will be picked on January 31, 2023. Good luck!
DWD Technology Group Press Release - Bob Scott's Top 100 VARs 2022 (read here)
(Marion, IN – January 11, 2023) Habitat for Humanity of Grant County (Habitat) is seeking volunteers for their current build. To keep costs as low as possible and serve as many families as possible, Habitat heavily relies on volunteers to assist them in building safe and decent homes in Grant County. Volunteering with Habitat can be a great team building event for your business, club, church group, friends, etc. OR you can volunteer as an individual. No matter what your skill level is when it comes to
Marion-Grant County Senior Center Announces Upcoming Event (see here)
We have posted the following on our website and social media:Advertisement for Quotes - Charles Mill Dam Removal ProjectOpen Position: Maintenance & Operations Asst., Parks & RecreationCoffee with Cops, 1/11/23 (see photo) Extra photos to use with the 'Coffee with Cops' announcement are attached. (These started organically. This is the third one we will have held, and plan to do them monthly this year). Contact: Chief Haley, email@example.com / 765.668.4412.
2022 Beacon Credit Union Interest Rebate (read here)
Beacon Credit Union Press Release - Riley Children's Foundation (read here) (see picture)
Marion High JROTC marksman Alysa Yancey has added another state title to her ever-growing list of accolades. Shooting Saturday in the Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association State Championship, Yancey won the match and helped the Marion squad take the second place team title. Her teammate Hayden Montgomery pulled in the third place finish in the state-wide match. This match also serves as the state championship for the Civilian Marksmanship Program air-rifle program in Indiana. Marion cadets were
Honeywell Arts & Entertainment Releases January Flyer (see here)