LifeStream Services and Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana are expanding their Senior Safety Net Food Distribution partnership. The Senior Safety Net Food Distributions provide easy access locations for seniors to receive nutritious foods. Senior citizens are one of the fastest growing groups of people to experience food insecurity. Recognizing this threat, LifeStream Services and Second Harvest Food Bank are preparing to expand their distribution sites from 3 locations to 10 this summer.
DUNHAM'S DISTRIBUTION CENTER Application must be completed at: www.qhire.net/dunhamsdc prior to the event Friday May 29, 2020 9AM to 3PM 255 S. 600 E. Marion, IN 2nd SHIFT & WEEKEND MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN2ND SHIFT SPOTTER DRIVER ( YARD DOG ) LOADING / UNLOADING TRAILERSTICKETING / SORTING / PICKING MERCHANDISE 1st shift is Mon. to Fri. 6:00am to 2:30pm 2nd shift is Mon. to Fri. 3:00pm to 11:30 pm **NEW FLEXIBLE PART TIME WEEKEND SHIFT******Starting wage is $11.00 or $12.00 Depending on
Hoosier Shakes Patron, Last month, we announced the suspension of our 2020 Summer Season due to COVID-19 restrictions. We regret not being able to bring our unique style of Shakespeare plays to Grant and Wabash counties. However, we have some good news! We are currently producing two Zoom performance recordings of this summer’s planned shows, Hamlet & Love’s Labour’s Lost, which you can take advantage of in exchange for helping us update our database. If you take a moment to complete a
Marion, IN, May 22, 2020: St. Paul Catholic School is pleased to announce the appointment of Veronica Weimer to the position of principal, effective July 1, 2020. Mrs. Weimer succeeds Ms. Becky Spitznagel, who will be leaving to pursue her doctorate and move closer to family. Mrs. Weimer brings many gifts and talents to the principal position at St. Paul. Her background in teaching brings knowledge of the latest curriculum as well as her goal-oriented philosophy which will ensure that St. Paul continues
Virtual VPA program to feature artists Candie Cooper, Hannah Burnworth, Lana Knowles WABASH, Ind.—The Honeywell Foundation is excited to share a new addition to its 36th annual tradition of Visual and Performing Arts Programs (VPA) via virtual approach through Zoom classes and newly created Facebook Groups called VirtuART and VirtuACT. “While COVID-19 has changed our approach to arts camps this summer, we knew The Honeywell Foundation needed to show up for our students. Creativity has the power to
SUMMER TRADITION MOVING TO 13-24 DRIVE IN: DRIVE IN SUMMER MUSIC SERIESHoneywell Center summer entertainment tradition to include social distancing measures beginning June 10 WABASH, Ind.—The Honeywell Center Summer Plaza Music Series is moving to the 13-24 Drive In as an additional form of Drive In entertainment. Usually scheduled to take place on the Honeywell Center Plaza along Market St., the new Drive In Summer Music Series will feature four performing groups from Wednesday, June 10 – Wednesday, July
One of the 13-24 Drive In popular crowd pleasers to resume, voting as usual WHO: 13-24 Drive In and The Honeywell Foundation WHAT: Retro Reels will make a comeback for the 2020 season. The first two movies to be featured include “Footloose” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Retro Reels are sponsored by Lundquist Appraisals & Real Estate and Rick’s Auto Repair & 24 Hour Towing. WHERE: 13-24 Drive In 890 N, SR IN-13 Wabash, Ind.
LifeStream Services is partnering with Paint the Towne to provide craft kits for caregivers to enjoy at home. With many people spending more time at home, it’s important to continue to stay active and practice creativity. Research has shown that working on arts and crafts can reduce stress, boost the immune system, and improve cognitive abilities. Craft kits are available to the first 50 registered, complimentary of LifeStream and Paint the Towne. Kits are limited to one per household. Those interested
May 20, 2020Grant County Economic Growth Council COVID-19 Testing Available at Grant County YMCA Free testing is now available at the Grant County YMCA 123 Sutter Way, Marion, IN Register to be TestedHEREOr call (888) 634-1116 Purchase PPE Equipment Indiana Manufacturers Association PPE Listing Site State of Indiana PPE Marketplace Forgiveness Application Now Open for SBA's PPP Program For those of you who filed for
Marion High School plans virtual Class of 2020 graduation ceremony and Senior Spotlight show Marion High School will premier its virtual graduation ceremony at 2:30 p.m. May 31 on its website and social media. MHS asked members of the Class of 2020 to weigh in on options for their graduation, since the traditional ceremony has been canceled due to COVID-19 distancing guidelines. About half the class indicated a preference, and the majority of those votes were for a virtual graduation in May, and a
Purdue Extension is offering a Home Food Preservation Series on Tuesdays from June 2nd-July 21st. If you are interested in receiving the Zoom link please see the attached flyer (view here). For questions: email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Trolls World Tour showing May 22 & 23 Fri. & Sat. May 22 & 23Gates open at 7:30 pm Movie at dark (approx. 9:25 pm) Trolls World Tour (PG) $6 carloadsOn sale today at 10 amDuring our reopening phase, purchasing admission online is necessary. This will reduce contact between staff and guests, and make entry faster. Limited
The Honeywell Foundation-operated theater will open at 50 percent capacity honoring social distancing measures in partnership with INGUARD WABASH, Ind.—The Honeywell Foundation is preparing to open the 13-24 Drive In to the public at 50 percent capacity on Friday, May 22. The gates will open at 7:30 p.m. for a screening of “Trolls World Tour” beginning at approximately 9 p.m. (dark). INGUARD has proudly sponsored free kids’ admission to the 13-24 Drive In for the past three summers. The 13-24 Drive In
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LifeStream Services is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter and Dementia Friends Indiana to offer a virtual Dementia Caregiver Support Group. The group will meet virtually on the last Thursday of every month from 2:00pm to 3:00pm beginning Thursday, May 28. The Dementia Caregiver Support Group is led by a trained Alzheimer’s Association facilitator and is a safe place for people living with dementia and their care partners to:Develop a support system. Exchange practical
Please note: The time for Marion Community Schools' weekly drive-through food distribution will change starting with next week's, on May 20. The next distribution will be from 8:30 to 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 20. We are moving the distribution to the cooler morning hours to help ensure food safety. This will be the new regular time until communicated otherwise. We'd appreciate your help in spreading the word via publication / broadcast! For more details, please head to our
Here at Northwood Manor our goal is to keep family and residents connected through this unprecedented time. Connecting with a loved one has been shown to have physical, mental and or spiritual benefits. We are committed to helping facilitate a variety of options for social connection with the following new approaches to assist with resident wellness. • Zoom -brings video conferencing, online meetings and group messaging into one easy-to-use application. • Face Time -Making
The health and safety of our employees and those we serve is, and has been our priority throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. That priority continues to be the focus as we have developed and are implementing our reopening plan for our Early Head Start, facility-based, and community-based services. It is important to know we have not, and will not hurry our reopening processes. It is worth noting first, that we have been operating effectively during this pandemic. Carey Services Direct Support Professionals
General Motors has a great example of a comprehensive COVID-19 resource page for employees, customers, and the community. You can find the website here:https://www.gm.com/coronavirus.html
Bowen Center assesses Covid-19 response (Warsaw, IN - May 12, 2020) When Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb issued the shelter in place order to help slow community spread of the coronavirus and the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction gave mental health care providers the greenlight to provide services telephonically, Bowen Center was ready. There was no scramble to figure out a way. Bowen Center, the largest Community Mental Health Center in the state had been preparing for a situation just
Kyle Pitt with Heart to Heart Hospice is starting to train new volunteers over Zoom for the summer/fall. We are looking for volunteers to mow patients lawns and offer caregiver relief. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Heart to Heart Hospice at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 765-677-0684.
Champion of the Month: *We are conducting a special series of Champions during this unique time as a result of COVID-19. The 2nd group of Champions we would like to recognize is: Grocery & Convenience Store Workers. Employee Spotlight: MPD Dispatchers Business Spotlight: Folkie's Tavern
Five Marion elementary school students earned high honors in the annual Symphony in Color statewide art competition. All five students earned finalist honors at the state level:Jaciee Campbell, first grade, Kendall Elementary (view here)Catie Crouch, second grade, Kendall Elementary (view here)Linlee Greenwood, third grade, Kendall Elementary (view here)Esley McClung, third grade, Frances Slocum Elementary (view here)Maddox Brown, fourth grade, Frances Slocum Elementary (view here)Typically, this artwork
Marion High School Hall of Distinction 2020 inductees namedMarion Community Schools is pleased to announce the 2020 inductees to the Marion High School Hall of Distinction. The selection committee chose eight inductees:Jerry D. Whitton, Marion High School Class of 1959, longtime teacher and administrator at Marion Community Schools, director of Tucker Area Vocational and Career CenterMark Tracy Boatwright, Marion High School Class of 1960, Vietnam veteran, firefighter, Marion City Council Member, Indiana
Grant County State Bank is pleased to announce that Trent Dailey of Marion, Indiana has joined the Board of Directors of Grant County State Bank and Grant County State Bancshares, Inc. Trent is a graduate of Purdue University and previously employed with Microsoft Corporation. He is currently CEO/Owner of Insurance Management Group and Co-Owner of BDP Real Estate. Grant County State Bank welcomes Trent to the Board of Directors and looks forward to his leadership to the organization. Mr. Dailey
Contact: Alicia Hazelwood 765-662-9811 | email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COVID-19 Relief Initiative Coming to United Way of Grant County Marion – United Way of Grant County is pleased to announce that it has been approved to receive a $400,000.00 COVID-19 Economic Relief Initiative Grant, made possible through a partnership between Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Indiana United Ways, the state professional association of which United Way of Grant County is a member. These special funds will
Marion – United Way of Grant County is pleased to announce that it has been approved to receive a $400,000.00 COVID-19 Economic Relief Initiative Grant, made possible through a partnership between Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Indiana United Ways, the state professional association of which United Way of Grant County is a member. These special funds will be used to boost the efforts of selected area human and social service nonprofits on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic. “United Way of Grant County has
The Issue: On April 13, Indiana’s Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA – those that fund the majority of our revenues) shared that the much needed financial components they requested to include in their Appendix K submission were not approved by the State Budget Agency – This means revenue loss right now each month that is not being reimbursed to us because of COVID-19… 17 other states included increased payment rates for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)
Job Description: Local CPA firm looking for an experienced paraprofessional to join our team. Candidate will have experience with processing payroll, bookkeeping and filing payroll taxes. This position requires the ability to process payrolls for several clients with a multitude of variations. Company Overview: DWD has been in business since 1939 and has had a Marion presence since 1984. The firm provides accounting and tax services to individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations. For more