Valley Gets $23.5K From Bibler Charity Golf Outing

September 18, 2023 at 10:08 p.m.
At the Tippecanoe Valley School Board meeting Monday, Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation received a $23,500 donation raised from the Scott "Bibs" Bibler Sweet Sassy Golf Classic. Pictured (L to R) are TVSC Board President David Lash, Bibler's widow Steph Bibler and golf classic committee member Sara Boganwright. Photo by Leah Sander, InkFreeNews
At the Tippecanoe Valley School Board meeting Monday, Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation received a $23,500 donation raised from the Scott "Bibs" Bibler Sweet Sassy Golf Classic. Pictured (L to R) are TVSC Board President David Lash, Bibler's widow Steph Bibler and golf classic committee member Sara Boganwright. Photo by Leah Sander, InkFreeNews

By Leah Sander, InkFreeNews

MENTONE — Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation students and staff have received $23,500 of help from an annual charity golf outing in memory of late Tippecanoe Valley High School teacher and coach Scott Bibler.
At its meeting Monday, the TVSC Board accepted the donation raised from the Scott "Bibs" Bibler Sweet Sassy Golf Classic from Bibler's widow, Steph Bibler, and Sara Boganwright, who serves on the committee for the event.
Funds from it are to be part of Bib's Billfold, with monies both paying for Valley teacher grants and for students in need.
Bibler was one of four men killed in a plane crash in 2015.
The board also had a hearing on the 2024 budget, with no one from the public speaking at it.
The planned budget is $26,369,783, up from $26,118,125 for 2023.
It breaks down to: $13,970,336 in the education fund; $3,517,000 in the debt service fund; and $8,882,447 in the operations fund.
The board plans to adopt the budget at its next regular meeting, set to start at 6 p.m. Oct. 9, at Mentone Elementary School. That meeting is one week earlier than usual due to fall break.
People may also see a breakdown of the budget on Indiana Gateway by going to budgetnotices.in.gov/unit_lookup.aspx, selecting Kosciusko as the county and then scrolling down and selecting the Tippecanoe Valley School Corp.

MENTONE — Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation students and staff have received $23,500 of help from an annual charity golf outing in memory of late Tippecanoe Valley High School teacher and coach Scott Bibler.
At its meeting Monday, the TVSC Board accepted the donation raised from the Scott "Bibs" Bibler Sweet Sassy Golf Classic from Bibler's widow, Steph Bibler, and Sara Boganwright, who serves on the committee for the event.
Funds from it are to be part of Bib's Billfold, with monies both paying for Valley teacher grants and for students in need.
Bibler was one of four men killed in a plane crash in 2015.
The board also had a hearing on the 2024 budget, with no one from the public speaking at it.
The planned budget is $26,369,783, up from $26,118,125 for 2023.
It breaks down to: $13,970,336 in the education fund; $3,517,000 in the debt service fund; and $8,882,447 in the operations fund.
The board plans to adopt the budget at its next regular meeting, set to start at 6 p.m. Oct. 9, at Mentone Elementary School. That meeting is one week earlier than usual due to fall break.
People may also see a breakdown of the budget on Indiana Gateway by going to budgetnotices.in.gov/unit_lookup.aspx, selecting Kosciusko as the county and then scrolling down and selecting the Tippecanoe Valley School Corp.

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