Gospel group coming to Danville

Les Schluter is trying to get the word out.

Schluter, from Royal, has organized a concert in Danville on Oct. 10 at 6 p.m.

The Collingsworth Family, based out of Ohio, will be performing.

The group includes parents Phil and Kim and their children, Brooklyn, Courtney, Phillip and Olivia.

'I love working with people'

Susan McKinney didn’t always want to be a librarian.

She originally wanted to go school to study computer science and pre-law.

But that all changed when she attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., and discovered her love of libraries.

Chamber unveils logo

The St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce has unveiled a new logo.

The logo, designed by Wagner Signs & Graphics, has an eagle and the Chamber’s website address displayed prominently.

“We felt the logo represents strength, opportunity and a pride in our community we serve,” said Chamber President Brad Krall.

Krall said he likes the logo’s “bold and patriotic design.”

Sept. 10 Community Notebook

Cancer support group to be held

Pantry helps local families

Jill Robbins is waging a war on hunger in St. Joseph.

Robbins, a St. Joseph resident, has been urging citizens to donate to the St. Joseph Food Pantry located at the Church of Christ.

Robbins said she spoke to the director of the St. Joseph Food Pantry, Chris Cox, and was shocked to learn that lots of people did not donate to the pantry.

'Who is going to be my replacement'

Forrest Chism knew what would happen.

After all he had been on the Village Board in St. Joseph for 26 years.  

He had been there when Trustee Jim Haake had died in 2010 after serving on the village board for 20 years.

'Forrest was Forrest'

Forrest Chism loved St. Joseph.

He would have to since he has served the community in one way or another since he was a young man.

"He was a hometown boy," Mayor B.J. Hackler said. "He was very much a hometown boy and he would help you with anything."

Church’s teens gain more than blisters from Walk for Water

The streets of St. Joseph are nothing like the streets of Sudan. Or are they?

Longtime St. Joseph Village Board member passes away

Forrest Chism was concerned with who would replace him on the St. Joseph Village Board.

Chism, who had served on the board for 26 years, was re-elected in April and planned on resigning Tuesday after taking the oath of office for his latest term.

Community notebook

Cancer support group to be held
We all have experienced the trauma of cancer in some way or other.   We are  an open group and you do not have to belong to any church or organization. We meet the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Fithian UMC   located at  101 E. Clinton.
All are welcome.

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