WHNH 101.3fm will play one straight hour of hits this Memorial Weekend, starting at 2pm on Sunday. Here is the line-up. Download the free app at WHNHLP
2:00 pm – Beach Boys
3:00 pm – Kenny Chesney
4:00 pm – Jim Croce
5:00 pm – Elvis
6:00 pm – Beatles
7:00 pm – Eagles
8:00 pm – Taylor Swift
9:00 pm – Matchbox 20
10:00 pm – Coldplay
11:00 pm – Styx
12:00 am – Aerosmith
8:00 am – Carrie Underwood
9:00 am – Fleetwood Mac
10:00 am – Abba
11:00 am – Moody Blues
12:00 pm – Bob Seger
1:00 pm – Phil Collins/Genesis
2:00 pm – Tim McGraw
3:00 pm – Chicago
4:00 pm – Journey
5:00 pm – Elton John
6:00 pm – CCR
7:00 pm – Doobie Brothers
8:00 pm – Rolling Stones
9:00 pm – REO
10:00 pm – Billy Joel
11:00 pm – Guess Who
12:00 am – Queen
NEW HAVEN ART STUDENTS DESIGN SNOW PLOWS FOR INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Several students and staff of New Haven High School including Mrs. Keefe and her advanced art class along with Mrs. Scott and several Library Interns had a great time designing and painting Snow Plows for INDOT NORTHEAST! These Snow plows will be displayed throughout Indiana during the summer, and during the winter months they will be used in the community to clear snow. Go online and Vote for the New Haven Plow in INDOTS contest on Facebook @INDOTNORTHEAST. INDOTNORTHEAST is also on twitter and Instagram.
Way to Go Bulldogs!!
Nelson Road in New Haven will have a lane restriction begin the week of May 23rd for Fort Wayne to complete work on the Sanitary Sewer System. This will be a rolling lane restriction on Nelson Road between Hartzell Road and the NFS Railroad Crossing. This restriction will be in place beginning May 23, 2016 through June 18, 2016.
**A flagger will be present**
**No Detour will be posted**
**Proceed with caution**
Bogus Jury Duty Calls Surface In Allen County
Court does not make phone calls, demand payments for missed jury duty
A persistent scam involving phone calls claiming that the recipient has missed jury duty and owes a fine have surfaced again in Allen County.
The calls have been reported this week and originate from a 260 area code telephone number. An individual claiming to be a police detective instructs the recipient that they have missed jury duty, a warrant has been issued for his or her arrest and that the person must purchase a reloadable debit card or pay a third party in order to satisfy a resulting fine.
“These calls do not originate from the Court or from any other legitimate source,” said Allen Superior Court Chief Judge Craig J. Bobay. “These callers are simply criminals trying to scare and defraud unsuspecting citizens. Prospective jurors who fail to respond have never – and will never – be pursued in such a manner. “
In Allen County, all legitimate contact with prospective jurors occurs in writing, beginning with a postcard requesting certain information to determine eligibility for jury service. Personal information, such as bank or credit card numbers, is never requested.
Should an individual fail to report for jury duty, they can be compelled to attend by the Sheriff. They can also be fined and held in contempt of court. None of these actions, however, are communicated over the telephone.
Anyone with questions about jury duty service, including questions regarding the legitimacy of an unsolicited contact, may call the Allen Superior Court Jury Management Office at (260) 449-7520 or (260) 449-7022.
2016 ART CONTEST WINNERS HONORED AT EACS BOARD MEETING
In 1995, East Allen County Schools began holding an annual Art Contest as a way to showcase artwork created by our students. This contest is voluntary on everyone’s part, but it is a wonderful opportunity for our students. Each year four winners are chosen from the many pieces submitted. Winners receive a Certificate of Distinction and a gift certificate to the United Art and Education store for $25.00. Their artwork is then framed and kept on display here in the Board room for five years, at which time the artwork is returned to the student.
Thanks to United Art & Education for partnering with EACS!
The winner in the Kindergarten through 2nd grade category:
Naomi Johnson – (Vase of flowers)
Naomi is a 2nd grader at Cedarville Elementary School.
Cedarville’s art teacher is Ms. Jill Maroney; Cedarville’s principal is Dr. Brad Bakle.
The winner in the 3rd through 6th grade category:
Makayla Richmond – (Elephant)
Makayla is a 5th grader at Heritage Elementary School.
Makayla’s art teacher is Ms. Kristin Kramer; HEEL’s principal is Mrs. Karen Chargers.
The winner in the 7th through 9th grade category:
Jasmine Pilkinton – (Anime Person)
Jasmine is a 9th grader at Woodlan Jr./Sr. High School.
WOHS’s art teacher is Mr. Matt Stebing; WOHS’s principal is Mr. Ron Kammeyer.
The winner in the 10th through 12th grade category:
Isaiah Rivera – (Indian)
Isaiah is a Junior at East Allen University.
Isaiah’s art teacher is Mrs. Stefanie Lichtsinn; EAU’s principal is Mr. Doug Hicks.
The EACS Board of School Trustees recently held a reception to honor the 2016 Valedictorians and Salutatorians! The students told the audience their plans after graduation. Mr. Chris Baker, board president and Dr. Folks, superintendent offered words of encouragement to the students!
Nicole Winans, East Allen University
Lillian Castleman, Heritage Jr./Sr. High School
Mariano Flores, Leo Jr./Sr. High School
Devin Dubbelde, New Haven High School
Mitchell VanBrocklin, Woodlan Jr./Sr. High School
Victoria Pflueger, East Allen University
Cheyenne Peden, Heritage Jr./Sr. High School
Jenna Roth, Leo Jr./Sr. High School
Owen Doster, New Haven High School
Kenzie Salzbrenner, Woodlan Jr./Sr. High School
The NewAllen Alliance, a non-profit organization that works to create a unified voice and to foster a coordinated community and economic development effort for the communities of East Allen County, IN, is currently developing a Strategic Investment Plan for its participating communities (Grabill, Harlan, Hoagland, Leo-Cedarville, Monroeville, New Haven and Woodburn). The purpose of the plan is to identify community needs and opportunities as well as connect communities with available county, state and federal resources. This survey is being conducted to assist in the development of specific strategies for New Haven. Your input is important to develop a community plan to guide the future growth and development of the area!
Surveys will be received until June 1, 2016.
Click HERE to take the survey.