Northrop High School drama students have waited almost a year for the lighthearted “Heaven Can Wait.”
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.
By Deb Todd
Though only 8 years old, Samantha Vance, a student at Haley Elementary School, wanted to do something about loneliness she saw on the playground.
When Connor Scheumann was a 4-H’er living in Hoagland, he joined in a visit to Park Hill Learning Center in New Haven.
The Charger Pride marching band of Carroll High School has advanced to the Indiana State School Music Association Open Class A Semistate level and will perform Saturday, Oct. 28, at Ben Davis High School, 1200 N. Girls School Road, on the west side of Indianapolis. Carroll will march at 4:15 p.m. Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students and preschoolers. In all, 20 large school bands will compete for 10 berths to the ISSMA Class A Championships. Carroll also claimed the Grand Champion trophy while winning Class A at the Homestead Fall Festival of Bands on Sept. 30. Doug Hassell and Phil Frazier direct the band, which includes 184 musicians and guard. The 2017 show title is “Through Tearful Eyes.” For updates through band season, follow infortwayne.com.