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Hit the links for leukemia golf event

Thank you for everyone’s time and generosity in supporting the Hit the Links for Leukemia golf outing.  The event is filling up.  We are now at 75% committed and 30% paid for the fundraising goal.  People have shown they care well beyond cash donations.  We have received many gift contributions that will be given as prizes to golfers the day of the event.  Currently 18 hole sponsorships are committed, great support.  Thank you for showing you care.

Let’s keep it going through continuing to signup hole sponsors, getting commitments for golfers, and collecting donations prior to the event.  Thank you for sending your payments early.  Payment is important to help cover outing costs by August 7th.  We feel honored to know that so many people care and look forward to seeing everyone on August 21th.  We sincerely appreciate your support.  Thank you.

Download – LLS Registration Final

Dine out for united way

The Community Hospital of Bremen is participating in the Dine Out for United Way Week July 11 to 17.  Area residents who wish to support the United Way of Marshall County are encouraged to dine in the hospital café during this event.

Proceeds benefit United Way agencies and programs in Marshall County including several with offices here in Bremen.

The beneficiaries in Bremen include:

  • Marshall County Older Adult Services

  • Women’s Care Center

  • Salvation Army

  • Heart and Hands, Boys and Girls Club

  • Community Coordinated Child Care

  • and Community Hospital of Bremen Safe Sitter and Prenatal and Childbirth classes to name a few.

Bremen fireman’s festival 2010

Where: Bremen Fireman’s Festival.  The festival is held at Sunnyside Park in Bremen, Indiana.
When:  June 29 – July 4

The Bremen Firemen’s Festival kicks off on June 29th with the Annual Firemen’s Parade featuring area fire departments, businesses, and organizations. Carnival rides, entertainment, and games continue through July 4th at Sunnyside Park.

The festival will end on July 4th with Bremen’s traditional hometown fireworks display at Sunnyside Park. It’s a can’t miss show, and certainly one of the best displays in Northern Indiana.


2010 Festival Schedule:

Tuesday, June 29:
Festival Opening with Parade at 6:30pm
Carnival Opens at 6:00pm
Bremen Firemen’s Food Tent Opens at 6:00pm

Wednesday, June 30:
Carnival Opens at 6:00pm
“Two People Ride For the Price of One Night”
Bremen Firemen’s Food Tent Opens at 6:00pm

Thursday, July 1:
Carnival Opens at 6:00pm
“Ride Any Ride As Often as You Like” starting at 6:00pm
Bremen Firemen’s Food Tent Opens at 6:00pm
Tractor Pull starts at 3:00pm

Friday, July 2:
Carnival Opens at 6:00pm
“Pay-One-Price Night” Ride any ride as often as you like starting at 6:00pm
Bremen Firemen’s Food Tent Opens at 6:00pm

Saturday, July 3:
Bremen Firemen’s Waterball at 10:00am
Corn Hole Tournament Sign In at 4:00pm, start at 5:00pm
Carnival Opens at 1:00pm
“Bargain Day – All Rides Take One Ticket”
Bremen Missionary Church Fish Fry 11:00am to 7:00pm

Sunday, July 4:
Carnival Opens at 2:00pm
Bremen Firemen’s Food Tent Opens at 2:00pm
Bremen Firemen’s Raffle Drawing at 8:00pm

  • For more information, contact:
    Bremen Chamber of Commerce
    Email: info@bremenchamberofcommerce.com
  • Jack jordan’s campaign please send this to your marshall county friends

    I recently received an e-mail from Linda (Mullen) Clevenger entitled “Let’s all rally around Jack”.  It was a nice description of the Jack that we all know and love.  As you may know  I have been working along with many others to educate  the voters of the 2nd District about Jack.  In four short months Jack has been working tirelessly to win over a very large district that until a few months ago had never heard his name. His hard work is bearing fruit.

    Today the Elkhart Truth endorsed Jack over their hometown candidate. Jack is running strong in  Kokomo, La Porte, Fulton, Starke, White and Pulaski Counties, and I think he owns Cass County.  The people of Bremen and Marshall County can be proud of Jack, he has positioned himself to pull off the political upset of the year in Indiana. In order for this to happen Jack needs a huge turnout in Marshall County! In 2006 (the last non Presidential Congressional primary) of the 32,000 registered voters in Marshall County only 4900 voted. WE CAN DO BETTER!!!

    Unlike a sporting event where fan turnout has little to do with the outcome of the game in elections TURNOUT IS THE GAME!!! Grab a friend or two drag them to the polls on Tuesday.  Make it an expectation, and we can make a difference.  Let’s put a” Made in Marshall County” stamp on the  112th U.S.Congress.

    Please send this to your Marshall County contact list as soon as possible!
    Thank You for your interest!  Todd Stuckman

    the elkhart truth endorses jack jordan

    Jack Jordan

    Full article in The Elkhart Truth.

    Jack Jordan, teaches in the school of business and economics at Indiana University South Bend. He has a background in business, health care and international economics. He’s also a member of the Bremen school board.

    Jordan will work to build effective coalitions. In that sense, he’s reminiscent of U.S. Rep. Mark Souder, R-3rd.

    While he and Walorski hold similar views on the economy and health care, Jordan is intelligent and thoughtful. A flame burns inside him. He understands the urgency of the moment, but unlike Walorski, he doesn’t allow his emotions to overtake him.

    That makes Jordan a potential power broker in Washington — a power broker on behalf of the people who live and work in the 2nd District.

    So, for that reason, we endorse Jack Jordan in Tuesday’s Republican primary.