North Judson-San Pierre Lunch Distribution to Resume after Spring Break

The North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation will continue offering meals to students after spring break. Starting Monday, lunch will once again be available for pickup each weekday between 11:00 and 11:45 a.m. at five locations: North Judson United Methodist Church, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Denham, San Pierre Park, English Lake Church, and the Bailey’s Discount Center parking lot.

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COVID-19 Response Could Impact Revenues for City of Knox

The response to COVID-19 will mean some adjustments for the City of Knox. Mayor Dennis Estok told the city council last week that preliminary reports suggest a decrease in funding for cities, towns, and counties. “The revenue stream is going to be shorted with this, and if you look at it, our [County Economic Development Income Tax] funds, people get laid off, unemployment, that’s where it comes from,” he explained.

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Winamac Park Board Considers Landscaping Improvements at Fairground Entrance

Entrance to the Pulaski County Fairgrounds (Winamac Park Board photo)

The Winamac Park Board continues discussing ways to spruce up the entrance to the fairgrounds in the back of the Town Park. During this month’s meeting, Park Board President Jon Chapman noted that the short wooden posts surrounding the circular landscaped island where the sign is located are rotting. He proposed making that area smaller, but replacing the wooden posts with a concrete curb.

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Winamac High School Athletes Learning Leadership Lessons with Habitudes Curriculum

Winamac High School’s Athletic Leadership Council has a new tool for teaching leadership skills to student athletes. Athletic Director Bill Ball and council members recently discussed the Habitudes curriculum with the Eastern Pulaski School Board. Ball said the 12-lesson program is being incorporated into monthly Athletic Leadership Council meetings this year.

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