Using chemical fertilizer on you grass can run off into our storm drains and get mixed into our river ways. Another way of feeding your yard is practicing grass-cycling. This is the practice of leaving grass clippings on your lawn after mowing to add the nutrients of the clippings back into your soil. Also planting native plants is beneficial because they require less watering and little to no fertilizer or pesticides to thrive in your yard. Help us by doing your part to protect and improve the water quality of our rivers and streams.
The Positive Resource Connection's mission is to provide support for those who have HIV, AIDS, and Hepatitis C. All in hopes to bring case numbers down, but ultimately to help others to have long heathy lives today. If you wish you get involved, please scan the QR code or go to the Positive Resource Connection web site to purchase your ticket.
" We are so excited to share with the community our passion for senior care and specifically memory care. It's something that Kingston has done well for several years as an independently owned company and what you can expect from our memory care is genuine care to your loved ones. " - Aaron
The Young Gunz v Legends Tournament is comprised of group of African American golfers wanting to bring awareness about cancer. Almost all the members of the teams have been affected by cancer in their lives. They've played this tournament for the past 8 years to help bring awareness and to encourage the community to get tested regularly.
Clean up after your pets and do your part to protect water quality. Pet waste, particularly from dogs and cats, can contain harmful bacteria such as E. coli, which poses a risk to water quality and public health. Properly disposing of pet waste by bagging and throwing it in the trash is crucial to prevent the spread of unwanted bacteria and pests.
This is a very important topic for us at AT&T. We are working to bridge the digital divide, and that includes not only making sure kids have the tools they need to succeed in school, but to make sure they’re safe online while they’re doing it.
You'll find something to enjoy for all seasons in Noble! Pumpkin Fantasy Land : October 1-31, 2023. Apple Festival of Kendallville October 7-8, 2023. Noble County is your Fall Family Festival Destination this October. Find many more upcoming events and activities at www.visitnoblecounty.com/events
"Any time I tried to have a conversation about cancer with people, it was always very hushed and no one wanted to talk about it. It was then that I realized that I wanted to really tell my story and encourage people to talk about cancer. Because, unless we can have a conversation about it, then there's no way we will ever be able to find a cure" - Miss Fort Wayne 24, Raegan Neuenschwander.
Only rain and clean water should be placed down the storm drains. The water that enters storm drains is untreated which means that anything dumped into a storm drain flows directly to our rivers and streams. Physical debris and pollutants dumped down the storm drain can clog storm drain systems and pose a hazard to the ecosystem.
Senior Information Fair, held Thursday, September 21st at Turnstone Plassman Athletic Centre Fieldhouse on Clinton Street from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. SIF is a completely free event for visitors/attendees with free parking on site at Turnstone. We’re proud to offer seniors access to over 90 vendors where they can gather information or learn about resources available in our community. Everything from in home care, hospice, Medicare/insurances, elder law, senior residential communities both independent, assisted living and also Alzheimer care. There are also services for hearing impaired and plenty of community leisure time or fitness resources.
Town & Country Tours provide an opportunity for urban and other non-ag residents, as well local officials, to gain a better understanding of today’s modern agriculture and to provide farmers and ag retailer representatives insight into the “non-farmer” perspective of water quality.
Changing Footprints realizes the great need for shoes around the world as protection from diseases and a gateway to education and because of that need they collect new and gently used shoes for distribution to homeless, disaster-stricken, or underprivileged people locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, religion, gender, or ethnicity.
The event is a fundraiser to support our beneficiaries who share our vision of supporting automotive education/history, first responders, veterans and our youth in Allen, DeKalb, and Huntington counties.
Every week, Melissa Gibson with Humane Fort Wayne stop by the station to share with us an adoptable pet of the week. This time, we stopped by their shelter to get a tour of their current shelter space.
At Humane Fort Wayne, we work tirelessly for the benefit of pets and the people who love them. Everything we do—from adoption and retention programs to wellness services, community outreach and education—helps to promote their happiness and well-being.
Celebrate Father's Day weekend by running with or in honor of your father, grandfather, or father-figure. Bring the entire family for an entertaining morning, including a free kid's fun run before the race. The Father's Day 5K will be a WALK, RUN, or RUCK.
Starting at 11AM, they encourage local car enthusiast to bring their car downtown to come and participate in the fun for $10 for the day. They will also have a 60′s Retro Hippie Market at the Plaza, Historic Walking Tour, Food Trucks and Live Music.