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Friday, September 19, 2014

Watch the Dogs take on the Knights from Norwell’s home field.

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POSTED: 09/19/14 at 10:25 am

NHB Editor

To better understand what occurs every Thursday afternoon at the First Baptist Church on Werling Road, I decided to experience it firsthand this past Thursday.  What I observed is best summed up by the Bread Ministry’s director, Rob Creek, who stated, “whatever God gives us, we give it away” . . . and boy do they give it away!

You have likely seen the sign and are aware of the weekly bread give-aways at First Baptist, but I was fortunate enough to be there for one of the two Thursdays a year when, in addition to handing out bread, the Church distributes an entire semi-truck full of food to needy families given to them by local groceries.  The semi was packed full of not only breads, but also crackers, chips, cakes, cookies, fruits, vegetables and countless other food items.

In all, over 1400 families were served in less than two hours!  This bread mission takes place every Thursday from 3pm to 5pm.  The bread flows like manna from heaven (or at least is touched by heavenly hands) as the women of the Church help to load each bag to the brim while the men load bags into the cars.  In the month of July alone, over 8500 families were served.

Pastor David Trimble states, “Our mission is simple.  We plan to do more and more for the community of New Haven.”  Accenting Pastor Trimble’s statement, recently the Men’s Association of First Baptist contacted New Haven High School’s athletic director, Dave Myers, to offer their services.  Myers was quick to enlist these men in laying down a significant amount of mulch on the school grounds which vastly improved the aesthetic appearance of the high school just in time for football season.

As I was leaving the church after this humbling experience, I noticed the script on the Church’s sign that read, You Shall Be Witnesses.  Clearly, the members and ministry of The First Baptist Church at 1716 Werling Road are doing just that.  We are blessed to have these caring servants in the New Haven community.

 

POSTED: 09/19/14 at 9:30 am

New Haven High School Lady Bulldogs against Heritage and Carroll, 2014. Photos courtesy of Don Springer. Click on pic to enlarge, right click on pic to save. Photos are FREE

POSTED: 09/19/14 at 7:06 am. FILED UNDER: News, Sports

New Haven Intermediate Students took a little time away from the classroom recently to enjoy a little skating at Bells Rink. A great turnout enjoyed skating, friendship, games and a few snacks. Thank you to all the parents and staff members that volunteered to help out.

 

POSTED: 09/19/14 at 6:48 am. FILED UNDER: News, Schools

PAL

The Police Athletic League (PAL) will have registration for the Student self-defense, cheerleading, and hip-hop programs next Friday, September 26, 2014.

Registration will take place at the PAL Center, 2121 Olladale Dr. The time will be from 6:00 to 7:00 PM. Registration fee is $8.00 and each class cost is $9.00.

The classes are held for 9 weeks. The programs are for children ages 5 thru 15. Visit www.PALfortwayne.com or call 432-4122 for more information.

POSTED: 09/19/14 at 6:40 am. FILED UNDER: News

NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WANE)  A man died after a crash in New Haven Wednesday night. Emergency personnel were called to the 2800 block of Adams Center Road around 5:30 on a report of an accident.

When first responders got to the scene they found a car in a cornfield and a utility pole broken in half. Bystanders were performing CPR on the man inside the vehicle. Medics took him to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Several people witnessed the crash, and bystanders began CPR on the driver until emergency personnel arrived, Adam said.

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POSTED: 09/18/14 at 6:53 am. FILED UNDER: News

Sixth and seventh grade students at Central Lutheran School assembled care packages for the New Haven police and fire departments and delivered them on the 9/11 Day of Service as a show of gratitude for their hard work and dedication to keeping us all safe.

POSTED: 09/18/14 at 6:45 am. FILED UNDER: News, Schools

Chili Dinner & Bake Sale to benefit Fraternal Order of Police

FORT WAYNE, IND- Fire Police City County Federal Credit Union and Fraternal Order of Police invite you on Saturday, September 20, 2014, to the local FOP lodge located at 2125 Olladale Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46808. Public is welcome. Chili will be served from 11:00am to 3:00pm, admission is $5 for Adult and $3 Children 3-12 (kids under 3 eat free). The Chili Dinner will be accompanied by a Bake Sale, all proceeds benefit Fraternal Order of Police Bicycle Helmet Program.

The FOP supports community events and programs including Kops 4 Kidz (Formerly Shop with a Cop) the Bicycle Helmet Program, Forgotten Families, and more. The Bicycle Helmet Program provides a proper fitting and free bicycle helmets to children throughout the community. Nearly 1000 helmets are distributed annually to keep Fort Wayne kids safer while at play.

For additional information about the All You Can Eat Chili Dinner please contact Fire Police City County FCU, call Melissa at 260-484-2102 or email melissa.miller@fpccfcu.org.

POSTED: 09/18/14 at 6:39 am. FILED UNDER: Entertainment, News

SDI LaFarga is currently seeking Utility Operators.  Responsibilities include: loading and unloading scrap, sorting material and stacking in separate piles, removing nonconforming material, maintain mobile equipment, performing preventative maintenance, and complying with all safety guidelines.

Applicants should be able to operate heavy equipment, perform basic maintenance tasks, have good judgment, and good writing skills.

Hours: 4 on 4 off (nights and days) swing shift.

Please submit resume to:

Steel Dynamics LaFarga, LLC

Attn: Dean Scheumann

1640 S. Ryan Road

New Haven, IN 46724

POSTED: 09/17/14 at 6:54 am. FILED UNDER: bobslist, Business, employment, News

SDI LaFarga is currently seeking Maintenance Technicians.  Responsibilities include ensuring safety measures are taken so that machines are safe to operate, troubleshooting equipment and electrical malfunctions, and performing preventative maintenance and needed facility repairs.

Applicants are required to have electrical and mechanical systems experience, including pneumatic hydraulic, 3 phase 480v, controls, and automation.

Hours: 4 on 4 off (nights and days) swing shift.

Please submit resume to:

Steel Dynamics LaFarga, LLC

Attn: Jerry Evans

1640 S. Ryan Road

New Haven, IN 46724

POSTED: 09/17/14 at 6:52 am. FILED UNDER: bobslist, Business, employment, News

EIGHTH GRADERS AT NEW HAVEN MIDDLE SCHOOL EXPERIMENT TO SECURE EGGS
New Haven Middle School 8th grade students demonstrated a scientific ‘egg drop’ experiment to find the most effective way to protect boxed eggs dropped from the two story school building. It was an eye opener for a lot of students as they realized the packaging was not secure enough to keep the eggs from cracking. “This experiment is always a fun and engaging activity for students”, said Mr. Knight, teacher.

POSTED: 09/16/14 at 9:06 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Schools

On Tuesday evening the Lady Bulldogs cruised to victory over Churubusco by a perfect score.  Hayley Newman led the team with the individual victory.  New Haven took the next 5 spots with Paige Boatright (2nd), Brooke Feipel (3rd), Ally Holcomb (4th), Kaylee Covella (5th), and Ariel Stier (6th).

The boys team also defeated Churubusco.  Deric Laurent and Josh Hiatt led the team with a 1-2 finish.  Also placing for the varsity team were Brayan Pizano (4th), Michael Meyer (6th), Jordan Lahr (7th), Grant Atkinson (9th), and Kyle Charles (11th).

POSTED: 09/16/14 at 9:00 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Sports