Pathfinder Services is now accepting applications for two new volunteer positions targeting to begin in July. The two new positions are for VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) volunteers through AmeriCorps, a Corporation for National and Community Service, and will work collaboratively with a great deal of cross over and support with Marketing and Volunteerism for Pathfinder Services.
The Marketing/Social Media VISTA volunteer position will be focused on developing and initiating marketing and social media plans to build capacity of the community stabilization programs of Pathfinder Services through social media and alternative platforms.
One of the great things about living in America is the American Spirit and the willingness of people to come to the aid of others during tragic events.
Three graduating high school seniors pursuing animal-related careers were each awarded $2,000 Lawrence A. Ackerman Scholarships from the Fort Wayne Zoological Society. The 2013 recipients are:
On May 13, Wabash City Schools held their annual Employee Banquet. Employees retiring from Wabash City Schools were honored. O.J. Neighbours Elementary School: Marsha Lehner with 29 years of service.
Employees who have worked for Wabash City School for 25 years were honored and recognized for the dedication and service: Judy Gaines, Administration Office; LuAnn Vandergrift, Susan Keafaber and Carol Enyeart, O.J. Neighbours; Linda Heath, W.C. Mills and Karin Brown Wabash High School.
The Honeywell Pool will open Saturday, May 25. The hours will be 1-5 p.m. Regular summer hours of 1-7 p.m. will be begin on June 1.
Eagles Theatre in Wabash has announced the return of Free Movie Mondays taking place this summer June 3 through August 5. The program is made possible in part by lead sponsors Bickford Assisted Living, D.H. Floyd and Associates, and Landmark Management, Inc.
Beacon Credit Union has donated a building, located 92 E. Market Street, to Wabash Marketplace. Wabash Marketplace’s mission is to foster community and economic development in downtown Wabash.
by Emily Armentrout
On May 6, Ron Zimmerman, an actor and writer from Los Angeles, came to Wabash Middle School to talk to with Mrs. Unger’s 6th grade Creative Writing classes.
The session was open concept. He encouraged the students to ask him questions about his life, his career, anything. While he spoke the students worked on their KWLs. K stands for what they already know about their subject. W stands for what they want to know about their subject, and L stands for what they are learning about their subject.