Please join the New Haven Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday August 3rd at Jefferson Township Park from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm for their Annual AG Appreciation Day. The FFA programs from Woodlan and Heritage High School will serve a pancakes and sausage breakfast at 8. A freewill offering will be taken for the FFA programs.
You will hear experts speak about how to save money on Energy, new farm techniques in the field and learn how property taxes are changing in Indiana. Over 25 exhibitors of equipment and services will be on hand.
You will be able to speak with your local, state and federal representatives during breaks and after the program.
Invite your friends to come out and support our young people and our AG Community.
Sponsored by: Paulding Putnam Electric Coop and New Haven Chamber of Commerce
Jefferson Township Park
1720 North Webster Road
August 3rd 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
“I had a fellow stop by the office today want to make us aware of a mail scam from what is suppose to be Bank of America. The envelope and the document look very real, the request was for information such as D.O.B. SSN address, etc. what tipped him off was the PO box on the return envelope, it was not BA’s he called them and verified 1) they had not requested such information. 2) the PO box number was wrong. Most people would have sent this info without thinking because it looks legit. WARNING, before you give such information out call the legitimate institution, do not call number provided on such documents, and please never give any personal information over the telephone.
East Allen County Schools will have the internet portion of registration available on-line from Wednesday, July 27 to Wednesday, August 3 for currently enrolled students who have computer and internet access at home. All other parents may complete the on-line portion using school computers during in-building registration hours.
All Elementary/Secondary Schools Registration EXCEPT Paul Harding Junior High and East Allen University
Monday, August 1, Noon – 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, August 2, 8:00 a.m. – Noon
Note: Registration for Southwick Elementary will be held at Prince Chapman Academy.
Burmese translators will be available at Prince Chapman Academy, New Haven High, Heritage Jr/Sr High and Woodlan Jr/Sr High.
Spanish translators will be available at Prince Chapman Academy.
Paul Harding Junior High and East Allen University
Tuesday, August 2, Noon – 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, August 3, 8:00 a.m. – Noon
Burmese and Spanish translators will be available at both schools.
To complete the registration/enrollment process, parents must visit each of their student’s schools.
Maintaining good physical balance is important, especially to those over 55. We know that when our balance is jeopardized, even slightly, we lose confidence in our abilities. This fear of falling and general loss of balance are likely to result in a fall that causes minor/major injuries. So, what exactly is balance and how does it work? Balance is “the ability to maintain the body’s center of mass over its base of support”. Balance is a complicated network within your body maintained by a set of sensorimotor control systems, including three main areas:
Vision (sight) – Your sensory receptors are located in the retina called rods and cones. Rods are believed to help with low light situations such a night time whereas cones help with color and the finer details. The rods and cones provide visual cues and send signals to the brain on how a person is in relationship to the world around them. Shadows, lighting, depth perception, all factor in to your vision’s job to maintain balance.
Proprioception (touch, spatial awareness) – Sensors all over your body allows your brain to know its position in “space”. For example, how your feet/legs are positioned compared to the ground and your head compared to shoulders/chest due to sensors sensitive to stretch/pressure in muscles, tendons and joints. Without these “proprioceptive sensors” one wouldn’t know if a surface was uneven or slippery and would not be able to multi-task, such as driving or eating as we would be too focused on using one body part at a time.
Vestibular System (equilibrium, motion) – Components in the inner ear tell the brain about the movements and position of your head. The inner ear detects gravity as well sends signals to the brain when there is movement, such as head rotation, etc. When the systems are both working properly, they send symmetrical impulses to the brain to maintain balance. Sometimes if someone has a virus or ear infection, it can cause vertigo due to the improper functioning of that particular ear.
How These Systems Work Together:
With balance, it’s sometimes difficult to know if there is an issue with one of these three systems, because they work together, and sometimes compensate for each other, to give you maximum support.
Example 1: If you are unable to successfully lift your leg to go up a 6″ step without looking down, there may be a proprioception issue that needs to be addressed.
Example 2: If you can stand still with your eyes open, but seem dizzy or off balance when they’re closed, there could be a vestibular system issue that needs to be addressed.
Common Risk Factors of Poor Balance: • Medications Causing Dizziness • Foot Pain/Poor Footwear • Lower Body Weakness Hypertension/Cardiac Conditions • Vision Issues • Difficulty Walking & Balancing • Hazards in Your Home
On July 13, 2016 at approximately 2:00am New Haven Officers responded to a Theft that just occurred at Kroger located in the 800 block of Lincoln Hwy West. The suspect fled in a dark colored van prior to Police arrival. The suspect entered the store, completed his shopping engaging the employee monitoring the self-checkout in conversation. Prior to exiting the store the suspect entered a secure area where cigarettes are stored. The suspect was observed taking a shipping crate full of cigarette cartons from behind the counter and exiting the store. The suspect is described as a male black or Hispanic, medium build with black hair. The total loss to the store from this incident was valued at over $1200 in merchandise. The New Haven Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect in the accompanied photo. Anyone with information on who this suspect may be is asked to contact New Haven Police Department at (260)748-7080.
On July 21, 2016 at approximately 2:41pm New Haven Officers responded to a shooting in the 6000 block of Moeller Rd. Upon arrival Officers located approximately 12 shell casings in the roadway in front of the home, and what appeared to be bullet holes in the front of the residence. A 12 year old juvenile inside the home was grazed in the lower leg by a bullet. The juvenile’s injuries were non-life threatening and they are in good condition at this time. Witnesses state the suspect vehicle is described as an orange or rust colored car with a black stripe on it. The driver of the vehicle was observed to be a male black, seen with a small handgun. No other suspect information was available. The New Haven Police Department is asking for the public’s help. Anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to contact New Haven Police Department at (260)748-7080.
East Allen County Schools Project to Proceed Without Ballot Question
On June 7, 2016, the Board of Trustees of the East Allen County School Corporation passed resolutions to construct and finance the construction of the 2017 Multi-Facility Safety, Security, Efficiency, Construction and Restoration Project, which includes the renovation of and improvements to New Haven High School, Southwick Elementary School, Cedarville Elementary School, Leo Elementary School, Leo Jr./Sr. High School, Heritage Jr./Sr. High School, Woodlan Jr./Sr. High School, Paul Harding Junior High School/East Allen University, and Prince Chapman Academy and the construction of a New Haven Intermediate School.
The project was approved without a referendum, which means the taxpayer protection of the constitutional property tax caps will remain in place for taxpayers of East Allen County Schools. A referendum will not be required for the project to proceed because the School Corporation did not receive a valid petition pursuant to Indiana Code 6-1.1-20-3.5. All taxpayers who own property that has reached the property tax cap will see no increase in their taxes as a result of this project. Most importantly, East Allen County Schools are now able to provide a safer and healthier learning environment for area youth that compliments the district’s reputation for academic excellence.