Sponsorship opportunities available, those interested can connect with Zach Labie, zlabie@yfcnin.org, or with Breanna Shroyer events@yfcnin.org.

POSTED: 05/11/19 at 11:46 am. FILED UNDER: Entertainment, News, Schools, Sports

4th Annual Trai Essex/New Haven High School Youth Football Camp.

POSTED: 05/10/19 at 7:05 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Schools, Sports

Indiana Motor Truck Association (IMTA) Presents Eight Master Truck Driver Awards
Eight professional truck drivers for Genova Products, Inc., a plumbing and building materials manufacturer, were presented with the IMTA’s Certified Master Truck Driver (MTD) award at their annual safety meeting at the Ramada Inn on E. Washington Center Road. This brings the number of certified MTDs, from IMTA members, to 1,134. The MTD program recognizes the trucking industry’s top professional drivers who have compiled a career record of excellence through safety, professionalism, and service. Only 2% of CDL holders in Indiana will ever meet the qualifications to be certified as a Master Truck Driver. When you see the Master Truck Driver logo you know you are sharing the road with a driver who has an outstanding safety record.

To be nominated and subsequently certified as a Master Truck Driver an individual must have either one million accident-free miles or ten years of accident-free driving, be violation free for the past three years, have a record of educational or community service activities, and be employed by an
IMTA member company. These Master Truck Drivers represent 29.5 million miles and 219 years of safe drive on our Hoosier and national highways and byways. The IMTA commends them for the dedication to their profession and for Moving America Forward!

Driver’s Name # Years Driving Years Accident Free and miles

Ron Putteet 38 35 3,800,000 Decatur
Mike Rhoades 40 35 4,100,000 North Manchester
Kent Eichhorn 37 32 3,700,000 Decatur
Don Dohm 44 22 3,900,000 Fort Wayne
Mike Moore 32 18 3,900,000 New Haven
David Mason 40 24 4,000,000 Ossian
Greg Malott 33 30 3,500,000 Montpelier
Hugh Hiner 25 23 2,600,000 Angola

About the IMTA
The Indiana Motor Truck Association is a highly respected association that strives to serve, represent and promote the interests of the trucking industry by enhancing its image, efficiency and productivity through its focus on safety and advocacy. Founded in 1934, the IMTA has continuously
offered safety programs through its Safety & Maintenance Council, including distracted driving education, advocacy at both the state and federal levels, networking opportunities, and free consultations for its members. For additional information, visit intrucking.org. The IMTA would like to thank IMTA member, Stay Metrics, (South Bend, IN) for sponsoring the recognition kits given to driver when they receive their Master Truck Driver Certification. Their support of this program allows carrier members to nominate eligible drivers at no cost to their company.

POSTED: 05/02/19 at 5:58 pm. FILED UNDER: Business, News

REGISTRATION DATES SCHOOL YEAR 2019-2020

On-line Registration opens Thursday, July 25th for currently enrolled students.

REGISTRATION FOR: SOUTHWICK ELEMENTARY & PRINCE CHAPMAN ACADEMY ONLY:

JULY 29th ~ Noon – 7:00 pm
JULY 30th ~ 8:00 am – Noon

ALL OTHER SCHOOLS:

JULY 31st ~ Noon – 7:00 pm
AUGUST 1st ~ 8:00 am – Noon

Spanish & Burmese translators available on July 29th and July 30th at Southwick Elementary and Prince Chapman Academy.

Spanish & Burmese translators available on July 31st and August 1st at Heritage Jr/Sr, Woodlan Jr/Sr, New Haven High School and Paul Harding/EAU

First Day of Student Attendance. •Monday, August 12, 2019

If you have questions or need more information, please call 260-446-0100.

POSTED: 04/30/19 at 2:48 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Schools

Richard “Rich” Crumback, 90, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones on April 28, 2019, being reunited with his beloved wife Betty of 63 years. Rich born and grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan attending Godwin High School where he played basketball and baseball. After graduation, he proudly served his country in the army during the Korean War. Rich’s lifelong career has been in the automobile business where he started sweeping floors to eventually becoming an auto dealer for over 50 years. Baseball has always been one of his biggest passions. He was an avid Detroit Tiger fan, coached and managed a Stan Musial team for decades, and also served in many capacities within the National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF). While summers were spent at the baseball park, fall was spent gearing up for the annual hunting trip to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. At the deer camp, the Woodtic, he spent time with close friends and family creating memories that he treasured. He was a proud parent and grandparent, instilling high standards and values. He always looked forward to family traditions and celebrations. Anybody who knew him would hear great stories, listen to his Eddy Arnold music, and enjoy his photography. We shall carry on his lessons of life, love, and strength. He is survived by his children, Jane (Jim) Childers, Mary Schalliol, Russell (DeAnna) Crumback, all of Fort Wayne; grandchildren, Scott (Ashina Singh) Childers, David (Amanda) Childers, Rachel (Matt) Costantino, Kelli Crumback, Claire (Ryan) Janas, Emma Crumback, Dennis (Denise) Schalliol and Tony (Michelle) Schalliol; great-grandchildren Samuel Childers, Eleanor Childers, and James Childers; and cherished nephews, nieces, friends, and grand dogs. He was preceded in death by his wife Betty in 2015; parents, Russell and Margaret (Brower) Crumback; sisters, Ellen Doyle and Alice Walford; son-in-law, Denny Schalliol. Funeral service is 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Harper’s Community Funeral Home, 740 State Road 930 East, New Haven. Pastor Kris McPherson officiating. Visitation is 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Burial in Highland Park Cemetery, Fort Wayne. Preferred memorials may be made to The National Amateur Baseball Federation / NABF Scholarship Fund – P.O. Box 705, Bowie, MD 20718-0705. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff at the Cedars and Heartland Hospice for their compassionate care of our dad and grandpa. To share online condolences, go to www.harperfuneralhome.com.

POSTED: 04/30/19 at 2:26 pm. FILED UNDER: News, Obits

Enjoy working outdoors? Enjoy beautiful lawns? Crown and Blade Lawn Fertilization is hiring lawncare technicians. Experienced applicators preferred. Willing to train.

(260) 489-2500 or customerservice@crownandblade.com

POSTED: 04/06/19 at 12:29 pm. FILED UNDER: Business, Entertainment, News, Real Estate, Schools

Ryan Road between Edgerton Road and SDI’s drive in New Haven, Indiana is closed to thru traffic. The closure will be in effect until Saturday, June 1, 2019 5:00 p.m. This closure is due to construction on Ryan Road.

POSTED: 04/01/19 at 8:16 am. FILED UNDER: Business, News

The Sixth Annual Parkview Sports Medicine boys & girls all-star basketball games will take place at Antwerp (Ohio) High School on Sunday, April 14.

The girls game will begin at 3:00 p.m. and will be followed by a three-point contest for both boys and girls.

The boys game immediately follows the three-point contest and will also include a dunk contest at halftime.

All tickets at the door will cost $5.00.

Rosters for the Teams are as follows:

Ohio Girls

Haley Speith Crestview

Lakin Brant Lincolnview

Kaylee Shepherd Wayne Trace

Sadie Sinn Wayne Trace

Adia Welch Lincolnview

Chelsea Johanns Antwerp

Katie Bergman Hicksville

Bri Townley Paulding

Coaches – Bethany DeJarnett (Wayne Trace) & Lyndsi Schultz (Wayne Trace)

Indiana Girls

Rashawn Northfleet New haven

Hannah Adams Leo

Cate Steward Leo

Katie Graham Heritage

Emilee Myers South Adams

Kendra Muhlenkamp Jay County

Shelby Caldwell Jay County

Brooke-Destinee Lockwood Dekalb

Lexi Smith Adams Central

Coaches are Carrie Shappell (Leo) and Brett Freeman (South Adams)

Ohio Boys

Jaret Miller Paulding

Fletcher Cook Paulding

Luke Brewer Antwerp

Cole Seslar Antwerp

Nate Place Van Wert

Drew Bagley Van wert

Josiah Linder Wayne Trace

Trae Sinn Wayne Trace

Zane Miller Lincolnview

Ethan Kemler Lincolnview

Wade Sheets Crestview

Drew Kline Crestview

Coaches are Doug Billman (Antwerp) and Mark Bagley (Van Wert)

Indiana Boys

Alex Yoder Eastside

Brady Manis Bellmont

Aaron Lehrman Bellmont

Dalton Smith Dekalb

Jonathan Irwin Bluffton

Kevin Brown Adams Central

Alec Burton Heritage

Cameron Mitchell Heritage

Jaydon Harris Heritage

Demarea Dial New Haven

Coaches are Adam Gray (Heritage) and Ryan Abbott (Eastside)

POSTED: 04/01/19 at 8:04 am. FILED UNDER: News, Schools, Sports

Paragon Landscape has a new location in New Haven. Now hiring tough-minded field crew & we would love to have you! Apply at: www.paragonlandscaping.com/employment/

POSTED: 04/01/19 at 8:00 am. FILED UNDER: Business, News, Real Estate, Schools

New Haven Canal Days Festival Committee

Are you interested in helping to shape next year’s Canal Days Festival? Join in their monthly meetings. They meet every second Thursday of the month at the Township Trustees Office at 7:00 PM

 

POSTED: 03/05/19 at 3:45 pm. FILED UNDER: Entertainment, News