Last Updated on September 30, 2016 by cassnetwork
Here are a few things you might want to know today:
EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: Yesterday was a big day for educators in our community. The first Indiana Teacher of the Year from Logansport was announced. Congratulations to Jitka Nelson of Logansport High School! We have an interview with her here.
The City of Logansport also announced the recipients of its new Margaret Newby Awards. Congrats to Kathy Bahnaman and Marla Sellers! Read more about them here.
And finally, Superintendent Glenda Ritz was in town for the awards, and also made a stop at Landis Elementary where she visited with special guests from China and toured the school, with a stop in the dual language kindergarten class. See photos here.
TRAINING AVAILABLE: There’s a new training opportunity for industries operating within Cass, Fulton, Howard, Miami or Tipton counties, through the North Central Indiana Regional Incumbent Worker Program. Read more here.
TORCH RELAY: A week from today, the Bicentennial Torch Relay will come through Cass County from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 7, 2016. Check out the route here and watch our page for more details.
HOMECOMING WEEKEND: Mayor Dave Kitchell has designated Oct. 7-9 as “Homecoming Weekend” in Logansport. Read more here.
ANNUAL EVENT: The River Bluff Run is coming up on Saturday, Oct. 8, but you can save a few dollars if you register today! More info here.
HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES: Halloween events are starting to pop up on CassCountyCalendar. Check out our list here and if you’re planning a trunk or treat or other event that’s open to the public, add the details here.
LAA’S Fall For Art Inside Yard Sale on Friday, Sept. 30 & Saturday, Oct. 1
Logansport Berries football vs. Kokomo at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 1. Ticket info here.
Shop Local Market at City of Logansport Welcome Center on Saturday, Oct. 1
Fall Harvest Bazaar at Trinity Episcopal Church on Saturday, Oct. 1
LHS – LMS – CMS Fall Choral Preview at McHale PAC on Sunday, Oct. 2