August 18, 2013

Happenings: Survey, concert, food drive


---- — Newspaper conducting research survey

What newspapers do you read? What websites do you visit? Where do you shop? How do you use our newspaper and website? Answers to these and other lifestyle and shopping questions not only help the Pharos-Tribune and give you the information you need and want, but could also land you a prize.

The Pharos-Tribune and have partnered with Pulse Research, an independent research company, to conduct a survey which should take about 20 minutes to finish.

Each person who completes the survey will be automatically entered into a drawing for a Kindle Fire HD or a $250 gas card. Visit to fill out the survey.

With a better understanding of your spending and purchasing plans, the Pharos-Tribune and will be able to show local businesses that there's a market for the products and services they offer.

Your information will be kept confidential and used for this survey's purposes only. You will not receive any solicitations as a result of completing this survey.

Summer concert series continues

GREENTOWN — Music At The Fountain is at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22. It is a summer concert series continuing weekly through Sept. 12, and it begins at 7 p.m. each evening. The location in Greentown is north of the stoplight on Meridian Street in front of the fountain and the Greentown Glass Museum, 112 N Meridian St., Greentown.

Performances are free, but concertgoers are asked to bring a lawn chair and enjoy a wonderful evening of music, fun and fellowship. At intermission, there is an "old fashioned" cake walk which has become an enjoyable part of the evening. The rain location is at the Eastern High School cafetorium.

Please contact Gary Buckley at 765-628-7008 for additional information.

Food collected at football games

Friday nights mean football and the Cass County Community Foundation will be sponsoring a food drive at the opening football game of the season at the Panther Pit between the Pioneer Panthers and Lewis Cass Kings.

On Friday, be at Pioneer High School to support your team and help local food pantries. Fans should bring nonperishable or canned food items to help the hungry to receive their choice of a souvenir gold Panther or red King rally towel.

The Community Foundation food drives continue the following week at Logansport High School where the Berries take on the Peru Bengal Tigers Aug. 30 at the LHS football stadium. Fans bringing a nonperishable or canned food item to the CCCF tent will receive a black and red Felix rally towel.

On Sept. 13, the CCCF tent will be at Caston High School for Caston Comet fans to support the food drive and our community in the big rivalry game with Pioneer. Caston fans bringing food items will also receive a Comet Rally Towel!

Cheer on high school teams and help feed the hungry!

For more information about the Football Food Drives or the Community Foundation, contact Deanna Crispen at 574-722-2200.

Modern Day Pickers returning

You are invited to tour Northern Cass County during the Modern Day Pickers Barn Sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 7.

See unique pottery, experience wine tasting, and shop for rustic furniture, crafts, antiques, primitives and other unique items. Finish off the tour with some great food, homemade donuts and coffee.

There are several businesses you can stop by for the event. Lanedale Pottery, 4766 W. 900 North, Royal Center; Small Town Brew, 8050 E. Ind. 16, Twelve Mile; Rustic Furniture and Crafts, 3137 W. 800 North, Royal Center; and Old Mill Restaurant, 512 E. Ind. 16, Twelve Mile. For more information call 574-889-4192.

UMC to host community dinner

CLYMERS — Clymers United Methodist Church Women are hosting a dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Sept. 21. The menu will be chicken pit, green beans, cole slaw, dessert and drink. Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children under 9. DJ Monsoon will provide music of the 50's and 60's, Gospel and country. There will also be a cake walk and bake sale will be going on at the same time. The church is located at 4003 W. 400 South, Logansport.