10 Years
 Relay for Life this year will be held at the Gordon Recreation Center on the Grace College Campus, Friday and Saturday, March 24-25. Committee members: Rachel Gorman, Joyce Columbo, Randy Hankins, Sue Bruce and Wanda Carter.
     Monday, March 6, Dick Reel presented the 2006 Friends of Extension Award to Bob and Kay Tusing, dairy farmers in Leesburg, who have been active in Extension for more than 28 years. New officers to the Extension Board are Doug Shock, president; Craig Hurley, vice president; Louise Powell, secretary. Returning members are Dennis Darr, Jane Greene, Steve Johnson, Pam Brumbaugh, Jon Roberts, Edith Rohrer and Pat VanDeWater. Joan Younce, director, presented a certificate to Gary Bailey, who is retiring as a board member, and to Beth Lamb, president of the County Extension Board in 2005.

25 Years
Christina Paige Powers recently won sportswear queen in the America's Sweetheart Beauty Contest at University Park Mall in Mishawaka. She also won first runner-up overall in the 1-year-old category, and a special beauty award for best hair. She is now qualified for entry into the national contest June 10 at the Sheradon Hotel in Indianapolis.
    The 1991 Indiana Easter Seal Child is Josh Claytor, 8, son of Deb Winchester, a Times-Union reporter in the mid 1970's, and her husband, Mike Claytor, of Carmel. He has a brother and sister, Will and Whitney.
    An open house is scheduled Monday, March 4, for Dr. John Kratzer, a new physician at Syracuse. His office is located at 808 S. Huntington St., between McDonald's and Subway.

50 Years
 Deputy Marshal Ray Archer submitted his resignation at the meeting of the Pierceton Town Board last night, Feb. 15. He has served the town for the past two years and  resigned, effective March 1, to accept employment with the Pierceton Trucking Co. of Laketon. If no replacement is found, he will stay until April 1.
    Rev. Warren McCuen, Route 2, Nappanee, will be installed as pastor of the Pleasant View Community Church, off Fox Farm Road, at a special service Sunday, Feb. 20. Rev. E. William Male, academic dean of Grace College, will be guest speaker. A girls' trio from the college will furnish music.

75 Years
 Early preparations for the 1941 Kosciusko County street fair, to be held the last week in September in Warsaw, are being made by the fair association. For the first time in the 26-year history of the event, the fair was canceled last year because of the infantile paralysis epidemic. Milo Maloy serves as general chairman; Floyd Stevens, of Sidney, rides and shows; Roy Walters, Route 5, Warsaw, horse-pulling; Wilbur J. Gill, free acts; Carl F. Beyer, parade; Ray Kincaide, concessions; Vance Denney, merchants tent; Freeland Phillips, Gladys Ramsey, Boy and Girl Scouts.
      Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Garber, who reside two miles northwest of North Webster, will observe their 56th wedding anniversary Saturday, February 1.