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Thursday, August 21, 2014

The following are the scores and stats for New Haven High School girls Volleyball vs Woodlan

New Haven won in 4 games…

Game 1- 25-8 (New Haven)

Game 2- 20-25 (Woodlan)

Game 3- 26-24 (New Haven)

Game 4- 25-20 (New Haven)

Annalea Francis lead with kills (6) and had 10 aces.

Andrea Jordan followed with  5 kills as well as Hadley Decker with 4 kills

Ashely Luginbill and Olivia Casterline both lead the team in digs with 7 each and Ashely also contributed 6 aces

Audrea lead the team in assists with 12 and Ella Cordray was right behind with 7 assists

Megan Kage lead the team in blocks with 4

The girls did an great job and it was a great way to start off the season!!

POSTED: 08/20/14 at 9:58 am. FILED UNDER: News, Sports

Wednesday, August 27, 2014… Come and hear both sides of the issue at the Park Hill Learning Center Auditorium 1000 Prospect Avenue New Haven, IN Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

The public is invited to a panel discussion on Wednesday, August 27, sponsored by the New Haven Chamber of Commerce, regarding the Single County Executive referendum, which will be on the ballot in Allen County on November 4.

The referendum will ask voters to decide whether Allen County’s model of government should be changed to one elected official instead of the current three-member board of county commissioners, and a nine-member County Council instead of the current seven-member body.

The event will be held at Park Hill Learning Center, 1000 Prospect Ave., in New Haven. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the panel will start at 6. Moderator is Andy Downs, director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at IPFW.

Panelists will include former State Representative Matt Bell, County Commissioner Nelson Peters, and representatives from No To One P.A.C.. Panelists will answer questions submitted by the audience.

For more information, please contact New Haven Chamber of Commerce President Charles Hatten at Charlie@newhavenindiana.org or call 260-749-4484.

 

POSTED: 08/20/14 at 7:46 am. FILED UNDER: News

The City of New Haven will spray for mosquitoes (weather permitting) throughout the New Haven area on the following date(s):
Wednesday, August 20th… 8:00 p.m. – 12:00 midnight
Spray areas will concentrate in the Sunnymede subdivision and will consist of a one-half mile radius around the 2000 block of Dellwood Drive in the City of New Haven. Various other wooded areas of the city will also be sprayed. “To alleviate any concerns during this spraying period, we are asking residents to remain indoors while the spray crew is in your area.” Mayor McDonald said. If you don’t want the trucks to spray in front of your house, please contact the Utility Department at 414-9097 before 4:00 p.m. on the day of spraying. If mosquito spraying is canceled due to rain or excessive wind, spraying will be backed up one day at a time (weather permitting). Any other future dates regarding mosquito spraying will also be announced. For more information, please contact Utility Superintendent Dave Jones at 414-9097.

POSTED: 08/18/14 at 12:52 pm. FILED UNDER: News

Brickworld Fort Wayne 2014 – LEGO® Exposition

Brickworld is excited to be bringing their premiere LEGO display and exposition to Fort Wayne for the 4th consecutive year!

Once again, on Saturday and Sunday of the event, the displayers will put their creations on display in 32,000 square feet of space for the public to enjoy at the Grand Wayne Convention Center.

Bring the entire family for an afternoon of fun!  See spectacular creations all built from LEGO bricks by local LEGO enthusiasts. Enjoy interactive activities, such as the LEGO and DUPLO play brick areas, fighting robots, seek and finds, etc.  Buy your favorite LEGO sets, minifigures, and LEGO accessories from various vendors.

Buy public day tickets online at http://www.brickworld.us/fort/ or at the door.

Buy public day tickets online at (https://brickworld.thundertix.com/events/56675) or at the door.

Saturday, October 11, 2014, 10 am – 6 pm

Sunday, October 12, 2014, 10 am – 4 pm

General Admission: $8.50 in advance

$9 Day of Show

POSTED: 08/18/14 at 6:55 am. FILED UNDER: Entertainment, News

Bob and Judy Geldien are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on August 29, 2014.  They were married on August 29, 1964 in Stony Ridge, Ohio.  They have already enjoyed a trip to Maui in February with their son Chris, daughter Wendy, and son-in-law Brian.  Bob and Judy will also celebrate with a western Caribbean cruise.  They are both enjoying retirement.   Bob worked for the K-Mart Distribution Center, Dana, and Affinia.  Judy taught elementary school for East Allen County Schools.

POSTED: 08/18/14 at 6:51 am. FILED UNDER: Announcements, News

Law enforcement agencies in northeastern Indiana are joining a national crackdown on impaired driving that will run through Labor Day.

The Fort Wayne and New Haven police departments and the Allen County Sheriff’s Department are part of the “‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign with zero tolerance for anyone attempting to drive while impaired.

Fort Wayne Police Lt. Tony Maze tells WANE-TV  officers will be working overtime to identify and catch impaired drivers. He says, “Drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be immediately arrested and taken to jail.”

Allen County had 373 alcohol-related total collisions last year. Six resulted in fatalities.

POSTED: 08/17/14 at 9:07 am. FILED UNDER: News

CLICK HERE FOR STORY FROM WANE TV

 

POSTED: 08/17/14 at 8:46 am. FILED UNDER: News

NEW HAVEN FARMERS MARKET THIRD SEASON SUCCESS, MORE SELECTION AND ACTIVITIES FOR THE FAMILY

What:              New Haven Farmers Market

When:             August 20 from 4:00-7:00 pm & will run every Wednesday until September 24th.

Where:            Schnelker Park, 956 Park Ave., New Haven, IN 46774

The third season of the New Haven Farmers Market at Schnelker Park is in full swing!  Sponsored by the New Haven Parks and Recreation Department, this Farmers Market has a unique hometown, community-oriented feel.  Every week fresh, local produce is the feature of the market. Each week we add new vendors and additional variety with the changing of the season. We are located in the heart of downtown New Haven in a beautiful park with large shade trees and a playground and craft shed.

Each week will bring something different to the New Haven Farmers Market.  In addition to freshly made and locally grown foods from vendors including The Rustic Farm, Backyard Produce, Schwartz Produce and recently added, Cedar Creek Produce, there will be handmade soaps from Jada’s Love, Custom Quality meats, beautiful handmade jewelry, dog treats, and baked goods and other delicious goodies. There are inexpensive crafts and fun games for the kids. There is hands-on nature education activities put on by the Moser Park Nature Center and a featured non-profit group of the week as well.

We invite you to come to the park every Wednesday, get your produce and baked goods by shopping local, enjoy dinner from Andy’s Knock-Out Chicken  and then stay and play – you will be glad you did!

POSTED: 08/15/14 at 2:55 pm. FILED UNDER: Entertainment, News

Central Lutheran School welcomes two new faculty members for the 2014-2015 school year. First, Mr. John Weber comes to Central Lutheran as the Director of Advancement, focusing on academic excellence, fundraising and development, and alumni relations. He recently served at St. Peter-Immanuel Lutheran School near Decatur as principal/teacher for five years. Prior to that, Mr. Weber served schools in Grand Island, Nebraska and Fort Dodge, Iowa, and served as a missionary to Macau.  He is married to Sarah (Masenthin) from Fort Wayne, whom he met while at Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska.  The Webers have three children and enjoy reading and outdoor activities.  John comes from a family of Lutheran educators that includes his parents and sister as well as several aunts and uncles.

 

Allison Huston is excited to begin serving as kindergarten teacher at Central Lutheran School.  As a Fort Wayne native, Allison attended St. Peter’s Lutheran School and Concordia Lutheran High School before attending Concordia University, Chicago, where she graduated in 2003 with a degree in early childhood education.  In 2012, she earned a masters degree in literacy from Concordia University, Nebraska.   As an early childhood educator, she loves the enthusiasm that young children bring to the classroom and especially enjoys fostering a love of reading in her students.  Her first call was to Christ the King Lutheran School in Memphis, TN, were she served for 9 years teaching both first and second grades.  In 2012, she and her husband, Scott, moved back to Fort Wayne, and Allison began teaching first grade at Ascension Lutheran School.  She loves being able to spend time with her family and enjoys music especially playing the flute.  Allison and Scott have one 10 month old daughter, Kate.

POSTED: 08/13/14 at 11:01 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Schools

The public is invited to a panel discussion on Wednesday, August 27, sponsored by the New Haven Chamber of Commerce, regarding the Single County Executive referendum, which will be on the ballot in Allen County on November 4.

The referendum will ask voters to decide whether Allen County’s model of government should be changed to one elected official instead of the current three-member board of county commissioners, and a nine-member County Council instead of the current seven-member body.

The event will be held at Park Hill Learning Center, 1000 Prospect Ave., in New Haven. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the panel will start at 6. Moderator is Andy Downs, director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at IPFW.

Panelists will include former State Representative Matt Bell, County Commissioner Nelson Peters, and representatives from No To One P.A.C..  Panelists will answer questions submitted by the audience.

For more information, please contact New Haven Chamber of Commerce President Charles Hatten at Charlie@newhavenindiana.org or call 260-749-4484.

POSTED: 08/13/14 at 10:56 pm. FILED UNDER: News