The Greentown Grapevine – 2002-12, 09:12 - Page 1
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The Greentown Volume 9, Issue 12 " a paperfor the people" December 2002 Sewer Work on North Meridian A portion of North Meridian Street in front of the City Building was torn up for about a week in early November as work was done to separate the sanitary and storm sewer water. This is part of an on- going effort by the town to make corrections on both private and public property to separate any remaining combined outflow. These efforts are hoped to allow the town to be removed from a ban on additional sewer hookups. The ban was imposed by IDEM in spring 1997 when there were too many instances of raw sewage entering the Wildcat. The original brick street was revealed under the pavement. Photo bv Rachel Jenkins Local Churches Announce Christmas Programs Greentown area churches are celebrating Christmas through various programs of cantatas, children's musicals and candlelight services. Members of the community are invited to attend these services and enter into the joy of the Christmas season. Cantatas The Jerome Christian Church choir is joining voices with two other churches to present " The Father's Gift of Love" at 7 pm, Saturday, December 14. The Howard Miami Mennonite Church Choir will sing the cantata " Come Worship" at 10: 30 am, Sunday, December 15. The Kokomo Zion United Methodist Church adult, children and handbell choirs will present their Christmas Program at 6: 30 pm, Sunday, December 15. The sanctuary choir of Greentown Wesleyan Church will sing the cantata " A Song Was Born at Christmas" at 10 am,. Sunday, December 22. Children's Musicals The children from Christian Life Fellowship will offer three showings of their musical, " hleet Me at the Manger,'' Saturday, December 14, at 6 pm, and Sunday December 15 at both 930 am and 6 pm. The Children's Church at Greentown Wesleyan Church will present their Christmas Program at 10 am, Sunday, December 15. First United Methodist Church's Children's Music Program will be at 2 pm, Sunday, December 22. The youth of Kokomo Zion United Methodist Church will perform the dramatic musical, " The Christmas Shoes," at 6: 30 pm, Sunday, December 22. Candlelight Services " Carols by Candlelight" is the theme of Meridian Street Christian Church's service at 7 pm, Friday, December 13. The candlelight service features live performances by the Heartland Boys, Sally Duke, and Kerry Barrett. Churches sponsoring Christmas Eve candlelight services include: Christian Life Fellowship, 530 pm; Jerome Christian Church, 7 pm; First United Methodist Church, 7 pm and 11 pm; Howard- Miami Mennonite Church, 9 pm; Sycamore Friends Church, 9 pm; and Kokomo Zion United Methodist Church, 10: 30 Dm. ~~ What's Better Than the Grapevine? TWO! ! Sue Smith brought your hunter- Adamstown Grapevine is " You heard it gatherer a copy of The Grapevine fi- om here!" Adamstown, PA. She and husband It is published by a family- run Larry had found it on a vacation printing service. Editor Jane Ensinger through that state. It is also a free does the layout and outputs the film. paper, however they manage two issues Her husband Kent makes the plates and per month. folds the paper. Her in- laws assemble As in the Greentown Grapevine, the pages, and volunteers deliver it. readers will find a community calendar, It is thrilling to find a " sister" obituaries, letters to the editor, borough newspaper doing the important work of news, and ads. The slogan for the . localnews. Grapevine Visits School A Rachel Jenkins and Ganiece Schaaf lot of stufwhen you were here. Thank spoke to the combined third grade you for coming to our school. I might classes on October 2 1. It was part of a want to be like you someday. I liked the study on their community. We were way you talked about our community delighted to receive some letters from with newspapers when we weren't even the students. Following are some born yet. I think watching the selections: I never knew people called ( printing) machines would be neat. in and asked to have something in the You have an important job as a paper. I like [ o read your paper. I newspaper lady. would like to be a writer and write for Comments like these are a big part of a newspaper. You are cool. I learned a why we keep putting out the paper.
|Title||The Greentown Grapevine – 2002-12, 09:12|
|Subject, Local||Greentown, Howard County (Ind.)|
|Technical Metadata||Digital images captured by Imaging Office Systems 2008|
|Local Item ID||Greentown History Center – newspaper collection|
|Usage Statement||The Greentown Area Residential Association has granted permission to the Kokomo-Howard County Public Library and the Greentown Historical Society to copy any and all issues of the Greentown Grapevine. Permission granted to view and print items from this digital collection for personal use, study, research, or classroom teaching.|
|Publisher||Greentown Area Residential Association, 1993-|
Local News depicting eastern Howard County in Indiana.
Headlines: Local Churches Announce Christmas Progams; Sewer Work on North Meridian; What's better Than the Grapevine? TWO!!; Grapevine Visits School
|Contributors||Kokomo-Howard County Public Library; Greentown Historical Society|
|Source||Original newspaper: The Greentown Grapevine, December 2002, Volume 09, Issue 12|
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