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Logansport Pharos Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Logansport, IndianaSports a my b1ivy tech helps get degrees asap i a3�?~homeless hippie travelling the state i a pharos Tribune april 6, 2015 75 cents banding together marching Kings raise funds for nyc a. A j. A ii i Jufu. / 1 w 1 a 1, i to 1 photos by j. Kyle Keener i pharos Tribune Lewis Cass marching Kings Aaron Boyd above left a Junior plays his trombone at the state finals and Hopes to play in new York City on thanksgiving Day. Above right proceeds from a Pancake breakfast at the Young America Lions club where band members helped serve last weekend will go toward their fundraising Effort. Lewis Cass Kings band members Jorden Asher left and her sister Katie Asher right help serve pancakes in Young America. By Mitchell Kirk staff reporter Walton a Small Community continues to band together to Send its Young musicians to the spotlight of an enormous event this fall. The announcement came almost a year ago that the Lewis Cass marching Kings would be performing in the 2015 Macy a thanksgiving Day Parade in new York City. Since them band members have participated in several fundraising efforts and More Are on the Way. Jeanne Helvie Heads a committee working to organize fundraising efforts for the trip. Want to help who Lewis Cass marching Kings what $20,000 match Opportunity toward bands trip to perform in the 2015 Macy a thanksgiving Day Parade in new York City when now through monday april 13 where Cass county Community foundation 729 e. Market st., Logansport info 574-722-2200, a we w on the Honor of going and now we got to get there a she said. The trip will Cost each of the 147 band members $1,175 for their bus transportation and week Long stay in new York. Helvie said the performers who consist of 25 percent of the schools student population have been making monthly payments since after the announcement was made. The goal of the fundraising is to get enough funds for the students who need the help before dividing any extra among the rest she added. About $35,000 has been raised so far. Band members raised More than $8,000 Selling mattresses and More than $8,000 Selling buckets of detergent they continue to Volunteer serving at meals hosted by churches organizations and businesses who donate proceeds Tow Ard the trip. A see band ii Page a10 Cass county historical society Given $10k donation a Anonymous donor makes contribution by Mitchell Kirk staff reporter Cass county historical society representatives said they were amazed and rendered speechless by a $10,000 contribution from an Anonymous donor who reminded them of the Public a appreciation for the society a Mission. Thelma Conrad executive director of the society said she was leading a nine family tour through its museum in Logansport tuesday March 31. When the donor visited to hand deliver the Check. A the saw that 1 was extremely Conrad said adding he then went to the Home of Jeanie Jones the president of the society a Board. Jones arrived with the Check shortly after Conradus tour concluded. She said the donor asked to remain Anonymous and that she was speechless when she saw the figure. To just so very appreciative that petunias coming to West Side a Logansport s Spring time tradition spreads to third neighbourhood by Mitchell Kirk staff reporter a local tradition is spreading to Logansport a West Side this Spring in a Way organizers say will unite the neighbourhood with the rest of the City. Downtown Logansport has been welcoming the Start of warm weather for the past several years with Pink petunias Hung in pots from Light poles and placed in wooden barrels. A few years ago volunteers worked to bring the Flowers to the City a South Side As Well those heading through the West Side of town will be greeted by the blossoms for the first time starting in May. Cathy Miller is a member of the neighbourhood initiative committee with the Cass county resource network sponsored by the United Way of Cass county. She serves As a representative of area five Agency on aging amp Community services where she works As a development specialist Miller said she and West Side business owners had been wanting to bring the Flowers to the neighbourhood for the past couple years. A a it a just a great project and the need was there so we just essentially went out and concentrated All our resources to make this happen a she said. They met their fundraising goal and a see petunias Page a10 Peru officer refuses to speak during his hearing a decision to terminate Fred Lloyd upheld by Board of works by Carson Gerber correspondent a first posted online someone cared so much about what we try to do for Cass county a Jones said. Quot we try to keep the history alive and protect it and promote it and it was just very humbling to think that someone thought we did that Quot Conrad agreed. A that a just so she said. A see donation Page As Peru a Peru police officer walked out of a hearing he requested to Appeal his termination Friday and declined to offer any testimony in his defense. Officer Fred Lloyd sought the hearing with the Peru Board of works after Peru police chief Ray Raney recommended his termination for violating the departments Standard operating procedures 12 times since August at the hearing Lloyd was permitted to Call witnesses and offer testimony in support of Why he should not be fired. Instead he declined to enter the room where the hearing was held. 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