Music Giants Visit Ford Theater at Honeywell Center and Eagles Theatre as 2021 Comes to a Close WABASH, Ind.—Honeywell Arts & Entertainment will bring music legends to the Eagles Theatre and the Honeywell Center in the final months of 2021. Tickets are on sale now by calling 260.563.1102 or online at www.honeywellarts.org. RAIN: A Beatles Tribute – Thursday, November 4, 7:30 p.m. Honeywell Center The timeless music of the Beatles – and particularly from the beloved album Abbey Road – will take you
Marion High School musicians selected for honor bands2 MHS musicians selected for IJEA All-District Jazz Band (new today!)MHS freshman selected for IBA All-Region Honor Band (new today!)8 MHS musicians selected for IBA All-District Honor Band (news release provided earlier this month)
Please find our latest announcements through the following links:https://cityofmarion.in.gov/news-events/leaf-bag-assistance-program-continueshttps://cityofmarion.in.gov/news-events/open-position-bus-driver-pt-transportation-dept-2
(see png) Beacon Credit Union 2022 Scholarship Program Now Accepting ApplicationsWabash, Indiana – Beacon Credit Union has announced that they will award eight (8) $1,000 student scholarships to Beacon Credit Union members that will be entering their freshman year of college in the fall of 2022. All eligible applicants are to apply before the deadline of January 31st . The scholarship program is targeted to financially assist students in furthering their education with an accredited college, university
Honeywell Arts and Entertainment announces November events (see pdf)
Honeywell Announces Two New Shows with Tickets on Sale October 26 Very Merry Christmas Tour with NewSong and Big Daddy Weave comes to the Honeywell in December while Satisfaction – The International Rolling Stones Tribute Show visits Eagles in January WABASH, Ind.—Honeywell Arts & Entertainment has announced the addition of two live performances at the Honeywell Center and Eagles Theatre. Tickets for NewSong (see picture) & Big Daddy Weave (see picture) and Satisfaction: The International Rolling
The Marion High School JROTC Air Rifle Marksmanship Team earned their second win of the season last week, and perennial powerhouse Cadet Alysa Yancey hit her stride as the top marksman of the match. The JROTC Marksmanship Team competes in virtual matches, hosted by the Orion Scoring System. The Giants are now 2-2 and ranked first within their conference, and fourth overall in the Junior Rifle Club Precision Distinguished Division of the National Air Rifle League, a national team league for high school
Bowen Center Receives $3.9 million grantAward serves to expand access to mental health and substance use treatment (WARSAW, IN October 25, 2021) – Bowen Center receives $3.9 million grant to increase mental healthcare, case management and addiction recovery treatment. The grant will help augment Bowen Center’s HIPAA compliant telehealth capabilities, recruit mental healthcare professionals, and provide additional training and support for staff on behavioral health disparities including cultural and
Press Release of Northwest Bancshares Inc. Earnings Release (see pdf)
*Application must be completed prior to the event at:* https://careers-dunhamssports.icims.com/jobs/1032/distribution-center/login Open Interview Event Friday October 29, 2021 9AM to 4PM 255 S. 600 E. Marion, IN LOADING / UNLOADING TRAILERSTICKETING & SORTING MERCHANDISEOVER THE ROAD CDL DRIVER’S 1st shift is Mon. to Fri. 6:00am to 2:30pm 2nd shift is Mon. to Fri. 3:00pm to 11:30 pm BENEFITS INCLUDE: Up to 11 paid days off during the 1st year Merchandise discount Health,
Please find the latest announcement through the following link:https://cityofmarion.in.gov/news-events/parade-registration-open-through-11-5-21 Supporting materials are also attached. (parade registration) (flyer) (rules)
IWU Senior Katy Hamilton Studying Art & Art History at Oxford Katy Hamilton is a senior History and Honors Humanities double major at IWU. This semester, she is studying History and Art History through a program in Oxford, England.“I decided to study at Oxford because the curriculum seemed like the best fit for my major,” Hamilton said. “I'm also hoping to go to graduate school, and this program helps prepare students for that next step."Hamilton is a part of the Scholars’ Semester in Oxford program,
This is a heads up that Halloween Trick-or-Treating hours this year in the City of Marion will be on Sunday, Oct. 31st, from 5-8pm.
Job Position at Afena Federal Credit Union Marketing Assistant Job description Works directly with the Vice President of Marketing to assist in the management and execution of the strategic marketing plan. As the initial point person for the marketing department, this individual is responsible for essential functions related to marketing administration, campaign development and execution, internal and external communications, and event planning.Major Duties and ResponsibilitiesAdministrative: The
The Marion High School JROTC Raider Team traveled to Hobart High School last Saturday to compete in their fifth regional competition in as many weeks. There, they faced numerous teams from Indiana and Michigan. But competing at Hobart is not the same as competing at other regional competitions. It is truly a grudge match among the titans. And this year the Giants were more than prepared. “We stomped them, all of them, even Hobart at home!” exclaimed veteran Raider Stephany Miksch, a junior on the Marion
Marion, IN – With feedback from external stakeholders, board members, donors, and employees, Carey Services announced new logo branding, and a refreshed story to demonstrate the positive difference they are making, every day for the families they serve. Every day, Carey Services, Inc. makes a positive difference in the lives of prenatal mothers, children birth to 3 years in early childhood education, and people of all ages with disabilities in North Central Indiana. Jim Allbaugh, president/ceo for Carey
(see picture) Indiana Wesleyan University is proud to partner with theConn-Selmer Division of Educationto welcomeTim Lautzenheiser, Richard Saucedo and Randy Greenwell to campus for a one-day clinic to work with the Marching Wildcats. “I am so excited for our students to have the opportunity to learn from three of the best music educators in America,” says Briana Blankenship, IWU Director of Athletic Bands. “This will be something our students will remember for a lifetime.” Lautzenheiser, Saucedo and
(see pic) Starting in October 2021, students studying at Indiana Wesleyan University’s Marion campus will all have institutionally sponsored memberships to Campus Unlimited. A Campus Unlimited membership provides IWU-Marion learners with access to a pre-approved catalog of video-driven, online courses featuring award-winning faculty from across the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Purposes for the project are three-fold. First, in keeping with IWU’s mission, institutional leaders wish to
Fifteen JROTC Raider Teams from across Indiana and Michigan rolled into Marion on Saturday hoping to defeat the home team on their home turf. But it just wasn’t to be. The Giants have not lost at home ever, and they defeated all comers in a spectacular way, demonstrating once again why they are the reigning National Champions. “It was truly an outstanding performance by our cadets,” said retired Lt. Col. David Farlow, the Raider team coach and the senior Army instructor for the Marion High School JROTC.
Leading Men Who CookRaising Funds for LEAD Inc. and Other Local NonprofitsChef Laubach Issues Challenge Warning from Shane Laubach: “I’m totally promising that our team will defend my 2020 Leading Men Who Cook Champion Chef title! I expect the 2021 title to be just the second of many more consecutive such designations for the historic Wilson Vaughn Hostess House.” To what title could Laubach possibly be referring, you ask? Well, last November he won LEAD Inc.’s Leading Men Who Cook Champion Chef
Eight Marion High School band students have been selected to perform in the Indiana Bandmasters Association All-District Honor Band. The musicians selected are:Caleb Huff, freshmanAndrew Hancock, freshmanDaniel Terhune, sophomoreKendalyn Vetor, sophomoreAshli Robbins, seniorMariah Lindsey, seniorKadence Monroe, seniorAbigail Montgomery, seniorEach of these students was recommended by their band director, Mr. Huff, and submitted applications to be considered for the Honor Band earlier this year.
Grant-Blackford Mental Health Asks for Your Feedback with Short Survey - $300 Gift Card Opportunity!
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From the desk of: Kristina L. Goff Extension Educator 4-H/Youth Development Grant County 4-H Council is currently selling wreaths and poinsettias. Proceeds will go toward 4-H Council as well as Grant County Fairgrounds improvements. If you are planning to buy wreaths or poinsettias for your home, why not purchase from Grant County 4-H Council? Contact the Grant County Extension Office before October 25. The phone number for the office is 765-651-2413. Please support the Grant County 4-H
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