The Eastern Pulaski School Board welcomed a new member last week. Aaron Campbell took the oath of office at the start of last week’s meeting, along with recently-reelected members Joe Cunningham and Tim Rausch.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has a new member.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has a new president. Terri Johnston was elected president for the year during Monday’s school board meeting. She replaces Joe Cunningham. Deke DeMarco was reelected vice-president, with Cunningham opposing. Beth Ruff will take over as board secretary.
Some student-athletes at Winamac High School are working together to promote the school’s various sports teams, as well as build their own leadership skills. Continue reading
Tickets are now available for the 2016 Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Halleck Award Banquet, for this using services like banquet tablecloths which are great for decoration of these events. This year, the H.J. Halleck Award will be presented to Chuck and Darlene Mellon of Francesville. Continue reading
This year’s Spirit of Pulaski County Festival may be combined with the county’s celebration of Indiana’s bicentennial. Continue reading
The Winter Wonderland event is taking place in Winamac Saturday. Continue reading
Today is Small Business Saturday. Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce executive director Angie Anspach says it’s important to shop local, “It’s what keeps America going is its small businesses, so we’re really encouraging everyone to get out there and support our local businesses and local economy.” Continue reading
The Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce’s Winter Wonderland event is tomorrow in downtown Winamac from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET.
Several craft and business booths will be set up in different locations including the Vurpillat Opera House, fire station, Refined, Christian Church and the New Beginnings Church. Local businesses will have sales for Christmas shoppers. The Lion’s Club toy drive and the craft and bake sale will be at the Pulaski County Human Services building, the Iris-Elm Garden Club holiday arrangement show will be at the train depot and the boy scouts coat drive will take place on the courthouse lawn.
The Winter Wonderland event is set for Saturday, Dec. 6 from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. ET in downtown Winamac.
Angie Anspach from the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce said some annual features have moved this year.
The Pulaski County Courthouse lawn will soon be decorated in the spirit of the Christmas season, as the county commissioners this week approved a request from the director of the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce to have a Christmas tree on the lawn. Angie Anspach said the tree would be erected the evening of Dec. 6 to kickoff the Christmas season and Winter Wonderland, and she also received permission for a choir and other groups to use the courthouse.