Taxpayer expresses thanks for courtesy
For all concerned: I want to thank George Franklin, code enforcement officer, and Ted Franklin, mayor, and all others concerned that I was treated with the utmost respect as a taxpayer. I want to really let it be known that this is how I really feel. I was treated with all the professionalism you could ask for.
John Bates, Logansport
Thanks for support in a time of grief
The family of Virginia Correll would like to thank everyone who visited Virginia at the nursing home and at the funeral home, for all the cards, prayers and flowers on her behalf.
We especially thank Chase Center and everyone there for their wonderful care of her.
Thank you to Fisher Funeral Chapel and Pastor Larry Fry for her beautiful service, and everyone at Hillcrest Baptist Church and Baptist Christian Church for their prayers and flowers.
We appreciate all that was done for her. We will miss her.
Delmar Correll and family, Royal Center
Thanks for support of Thompson Totes
Thompson Totes backpack program is excited to begin its third year!
Last school year, 2011-12, 96 children were served weekly. Over 3,000 bags of food were sent home.
The backpack program sent child-friendly, nutritious, weekend food for eligible children in grades kindergarten, first, second and third at Thompson Elementary School in Walton.
Food is purchased from Food Finders Food Bank through United Way. The program is funded by individuals, organizations, local churches and local businesses through donation/sponsorship.
Donations may be sent to United Way Cass County (designate for Thompson Totes on check) or to Thompson Totes, PO Box 447, Walton IN 46994.
Six dollars will provide one child with weekend food. Ninety-five dollars will provide a semester of weekend food for a child, and $190 will provide a child with weekend food for the entire school year.