Education for Conflict Resolution (ECR) will present the final session of the four part Families Talk About Aging series on April 9. This session was originally scheduled for Feb. 23 but was postponed.
STATEHOUSE - State Representative Rebecca Kubacki spoke at the Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) Legislative Day at the Indiana Statehouse in support of continuing the fight against meth. Rep. Kubacki joined Governor Mike Pence, Mayor Joe Thallmer of Warsaw and Mayor Lloyd Winnecke of Evansville in a presentation outlining the legislative body’s agenda for IACT members.
by Brent Swan
Larry Salyers, a Wabash resident for many years, recently opened the doors to his new pizza business, Una Bella Pizza Napoletana, 1710 S. Wabash St. According to Salyers, his restaurant replicates an authentic Italian taste and feel, unlike some of the larger-scaled chain restaurants most American have become accustomed to.
The Wabash Rotary Club is searching for candidates to attend its 27th annual Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) camp. Again this year it will be at Camp Tecumseh YMCA Outdoor Center, Brookston, Indiana. This year’s camp will be April 19-21.
Steve Devenney, Chief Operating Officer, has announced that Penguin Point Franchise Systems has named the winners of their 24th annual People Pleaser of the Year. The award is given to the one person in each restaurant in appreciation for consistent dedication to People Pleasing, both customers and associates.
Treasure Dreams Cottage, Country Gifts and Home Décor opened in June 2001 as a newcomer in the Wabash area retail-shopping scene. 12 years later, the owners, Jeremy and Dawn Wayman, have decided to close the popular shopping destination.
Vet to Vet is a support group aimed at helping veterans, especially younger veterans, reintegrate themselves into society.
Danielle Sparling, a student at Southwood High School, recently won the Optimist Club of Wabash’s essay contest based on a theme of “How can I help my friends realize their value.”