The South Haven Boys and Girls Club of Greater Northwest Indiana Welcomes Dads and Daughters to a Royal Night at the Annual Daddy Daughter Dance
A “Royal Night” it was at the Boys and Girls Club of the Greater Northwest Indiana. The first annual Daddy Daughter Dance began with delicious food and pictures that Saturday night as all the little girls dressed up in their prettiest dresses for the big event as they were escorted by their dads. The dance was an exciting way for families to make new memories in a fun and safe environment.
The men and women of Porter EMS and INHealth Integrated Care came together bright and early on March 19th to prepare for their 5th Annual Breakfast With The Easter Bunny event that will be happening this Saturday, March 24th.
NorthShore Health Centers hosted their 5th Annual Easter Eggstravaganza on Sunday, turning Portage’s Boys & Girls Club into a fairground with bounce houses, photo opportunities, face painting, egg hunts, and vendors dedicated to improving community health.
On a chilly afternoon in Hammond, children and community members gathered at Hessville Park for the 15th annual Easter Egg Hunt. Bundled in winter coats and donning pink bunny ears, the participants and volunteers brought a little bit of spring cheer to a brisk Palm Sunday.
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There’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than by eating corned beef and cabbage and Rittenhouse Village at Portage cooked plenty to share on Friday! To raise money for the Bonner Senior Center in Portage and the Maria Reiner Senior Center in Hobart, Rittenhouse at Portage hosted its Annual Corned Beef and Cabbage fundraiser last week where residents and team members ate tasty food, played a special raffle, and raised money for a great cause.
Born and raised in Michigan City, Tim Crozier spent much of his life building- his family, furniture, and even cars. When he joined Sauers Auto a short while ago, he knew the auto industry, but had to don a new hat as a part of Sauers’ ace sales team.
“Back when I worked at AM General, I fell in love with building cars,” said Crozier. “It was a fascinating experience to watch and participate in, so from that point 15 years ago I fell in love with building cars, but selling them is a whole new ballgame. There’s so much to learn.”
Going from putting cars together behind the scenes to putting keys in customers’ hands at a dealership proved to be challenging, but incredibly rewarding. Meeting customers and working with them to get the right car for the right price is a new experience that the outgoing Crozier...
If the bagpipe-blowing men in kilts didn’t give it away at the start of the night, the rest of the evening’s bombastic green-themed festivities surely were enough to let the Region know that the Crown Point St. Patricks’ Day Festival and Parade was underway. As dusk drew closer, hundreds of Northwest Indiana residents dressed in St. Patty’s garb and flocking to Crown Point’s downtown square,
It’s almost springtime again, which likely means your pup will be happily rolling in the fresh grass, or your cat may be out blissfully basking in the sunshine. As wonderful of a time of year as it is for your furry friends, it’s also a time when fleas and ticks begin popping up like daisies, looking for a home, a.k.a., your pet.
South Shore Line Expands Kids Ride Free Program to Make Spring Break Play-Cation Travel More Affordable
With spring break right around the corner, the South Shore Line (SSL) is expanding its Kids Ride Free program for spring break to include 3 children under the age of 14 to ride free with a paying adult on ALL trains (not just off-peak and weekend) from March 24 – April 7, 2018.
As the first glimpse of spring began to show itself in Northwest Indiana, Oak Partners held their seond annual ice skating event to celebrate their clients and have some fun. Not too warm yet for a little skating, William E. Urschel Pavilion in Valparaiso was alight with all the colors of the rainbow as parents and children alike donned their ice skates and glided out eagerly onto the ice.