The League is once again hosting its fall fundraiser, Suds in the City, on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 7-10 p.m. at The History Center, 302 E. Berry St., Fort Wayne.
The New Haven Kiwanis Club has changed its meeting schedule and location, and hopes to attract some younger members to support its mission of service to youth.
In honor of its 10th anniversary and the retirement of several longstanding board members, the AWS Foundation has decided to install 10 buddy benches at area schools.
The League is once again hosting its fall fundraiser, Suds in the City, on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 7-10 p.m. at The History Center, 302 E. Berry St., Fort Wayne.
The Mighty Marching Bulldog Band of New Haven High School marched in the Oct. 7 Indiana State School Music Association Scholastic Class A Preliminaries at Homestead High School, ending the competition season with a Silver Award. Todd Caffee directs the New Haven band, assisted by Mark Best and Jesse Evans. This year’s band includes 41 band and guard members. Connor James and Evan Park are the drum majors. Kayla Kelly and Megan Emmons work with the color guard, Barry Sturgill works with percussion and Matt Wyse works with visual. The show is “Once Upon a Time.” The band also will march Oct. 30 in the Decatur Calithumpian Parade.
Sarah Osborne carries a box of food while volunteering at Community Harvest Food Bank. All 745 Concordia Lutheran High School students dedicated the morning of Oct. 6 to Service Day, serving at parks, schools and nonprofits.