Tippy Valley Seeks Talma High School Memorabilia
AKRON – The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation continues a tradition of honoring the high schools that once existed within its current boundaries by seeking memorabilia from Talma High School.
A display case for Talma High School memorabilia has been added to the foyer of the north entry to the Tippecanoe Valley High School gym where it joins similar display cases for Beaver Dam High School and Burket High School.
Anyone with Talma High School memorabilia to donate for permanent display may do so by dropping the items off at the TVSC administration office, 8343 S. Ind. 19, Akron, or by calling 574-353-7741 for additional information. All items should be accompanied by the name of the individual making the donation.

Veteran Archers Needed
The city of Warsaw is in need of veteran Deer Task Force archers to participate in the 2014 reduction effort.
New applicants will not be accepted into the program for this year.
Veteran task force archers are defined as being “archers who have successfully participated in the reduction effort for a minimum of one year since the inception of the program.”
Completed task force applications must be submitted to the Warsaw Police Department by 3 p.m. Aug. 23. This year’s mandatory deer task force training sessions are Saturday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and Aug. 21 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at WPD.
Information, forms and applications for veteran task force archers about the deer reduction program for 2014 may be obtained on the city’s website at warsaw.in.gov

Red Cross Hosts Blood Drive
The Red Cross is sponsoring a blood drive from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Warsaw farmer’s market downtown.
The Red Cross is on urgent appeal for all donors and all blood types.
For an appointment, call Wendy at 260-415-6467 or visit redcrossblood.org
Walk-ins are welcome.

Stinfer Plans Roundtable
State Rep. District 22 candidate Michael Stinfer will hold a roundtable discussion today to hear from educators regarding resources and how to educate students in the community.
The event is at 6:30 p.m. at Mad Anthony’s meeting room.
“My vision for our community is to have a leader that listens first and serves accordingly,” said Stinfer.
“I would like to hear first hand from our educators. They are on the frontlines, and understand our students needs better than anyone on the outside.”
The goal of the event will be to gain better community involvement, and hear what people have to say. More dates and topics to be released in the future. For the latest dates and locations visit www.facebook.com/hoosiervetforcommonsense

Kolbe Hosts Meet-And-Greet
NAPPANEE – Statehouse Rep. District 22 candidate David Kolbe will hold a meet-and-greet Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce building in Nappanee.
Kolbe will answer constituents’ questions regarding his policy positions and goals upon entering the statehouse. He will also share his plans to strengthen and diversify the regional economy.
He has spent extensive time in Eastern Europe assisting former communist countries transition to individual liberty, freedom and free enterprise. He believes he can provide a unique view on the situation in Ukraine.
Community members are encouraged to attend and to share their concerns regarding state government and/or the election.