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COMMUNITIES

E D U C AT I O N

Information pertaining to each town in the county, including information about government, education, utilities, post office and library information.

Information about each of the school corporations with districts in Steuben County, including contact information and district boundaries.

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An extensive listing of outdoor and recreational pursuits in the county.

Events and festivals throughout the county.

R E C R E AT I O N

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County Map ..............................2 Government ..............................3 Angola ........................................5 Ashley .........................................7 Clear Lake ..................................7 Fremont ......................................8 Hamilton .....................................8 Hudson .......................................9 Orland ........................................9 Community Resources............13 DeKalb Schools........................14 Fremont Schools ......................14 Hamilton Schools .....................14 MSD Schools.............................15 Prairie Heights Schools ............15 Education Resources ..............16 Attractions................................29 Community Groups.................30 Health & Human Services.......32 Churches ..................................36

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Government Township Trustees Clear Lake — Leona Sattison A: 7745 E. C.R. 750N, Fremont P: (260) 495-2454 Fremont — Rod Peterson A: 6788 N. Ray Road, Fremont P: (260) 495-9689 Jackson — James Aaron A: 898 S. C.R. 800W, Angola P: (260) 665-9968 Jamestown — Angela Corcimiglia A: 3020 W. C.R. 760N, Fremont P: (260) 833-3085 Millgrove — Charles Clark A: 9625 W. C.R. 650N, Orland P: (260) 829-6558 Otsego — Kim Kepler A: 6545 S. C.R. 300E, Hamilton P: (260) 488-3376 Pleasant — Lawnie “Mike” McClelland A: 2510 N. C.R. 200W, Angola P: (260) 665-6898 Richland — Barbara Cleverly A: 2572 S. C.R. 800E, Angola P: (260) 665-3463 Salem — Marcia Boots-Helmuth A: 2655 S. C.R. 700W, Hudson P: (260) 665-2496 Scott — Thane Knox A: 2358 E. U.S. 20, Angola P: (260) 450-8236 Steuben — Ralph Kugler A:1265 W. South Drive, Pleasant Lake

York — Linda Bidlack A: 7469 E. Dunham Road, Angola P: (260) 316-2455

County Government Contact Information Courthouse: 55 S. Public Square Community Center: 317 S. Wayne St. Annex: 205 S. Martha St. Jail: 206 E. Gale St. Phone: 668-1000 Assessor — Kim Johnson Ext. 1000 A: Community Center Auditor — Kim Koomler Ext. 1200 A: Community Center Clerk — Tangi Manahan Ext. 2230 A: Courthouse

Circuit Court Judge — William Fee Ext. 2000 A: Courthouse Superior Court Judge — Allen Wheat Ext. 2600 A: Courthouse Magistrate — Randy Coffey Ext. 2300 A: Courthouse Coroner — Bill Harter Ext. 5000 Prosecutor — Jeremy Musser Ext. 2400 A: Courthouse Annex Recorder — Linda Myers Ext. 1700 A: Community Center Sheriff — R.J. Robinson Ext. 5000 A: Steuben County Jail

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Surveyor — Larry Gilbert Ext. 1800 A: Community Center Treasurer — Missy Bixler Ext. 1900 A: Community Center Child Support Payments — Ext. 2200 Marriage Licenses — Ext. 2205 Traffic Violations — Ext. 2210 Voting — Ext. 2220 Small Claims — Ext. 2250 Criminal Case Info — Ext. 2260 All Other Information — Ext. 2240 A: Courthouse

County Commissioners North District: Lynne Liechty Middle District: James Crowl South District: President — Ronald Smith

County Board & Department Contact Information Steuben County Commissioners

Meet first and third Mondays of the month. Contact: Erin Schiffli, 668-1000, ext. 1224.

Steuben County Council

Meets second Tuesday of the month. Contact: Kim Koomler, 668-1000, ext. 1218.

Steuben County Board of Aviation Commissioner

Meets second Tuesday of the month at Tri-State Steuben County Municipal Airport. Contact: Terry Hallett, 665-7111.

Steuben County Board of Zoning Appeals Meets twice a month, either first and second Monday or second and third Monday. Contact: Vina Conti, 668-1000, ext. 1600.

Steuben County Plan Commission

Meets first Wednesday of the month. Contact: Vina Conti, 668-1000, ext. 1600.

Steuben County Drainage Board Meets first and third Mondays of the month. Contact: Michell Milholland, 668-1000, ext. 1800.

Steuben County Soil & Water Conservation District

Meets second Wednesday of the month. Contact: Janel Meyer, 665-3211, ext. 3.

Steuben Lakes Regional Waste District Meets second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m., District office: 2320 W. C.R. 800S, Ashley. Contact: 587-3063.

Steuben County Sheriff’s Merit Board

Meets first Monday of the month. Contact: R.J. Robinson, 668-1000, ext. 5000.

Steuben County Council on Aging Meets fourth Thursday of the month. Contact: Kris Treadwell, 665-9856.

Steuben County Alcoholic Beverage Commission Meets fourth Wednesday of

the month in the Steuben County Courthouse Annex. Contact: (317) 234-5343

Steuben County Board of Health

Meets April 17, July 17, Oct. 16, Jan. 15, 2020. Contact: Stacey Sherburne, 668-1000, ext. 1500.

State Government Contact Information State Sen. Sue Glick (R), District 13 P: (317) 232-9400 or (800) 382-9467 during session. E: Senator.Glick@iga.in.gov W: indianasenaterepublicans.com/ glick • Sen. Glick represents Steuben, LaGrange and Noble counties, as well as eastern Kosciusko County and northwest DeKalb County.

State Rep. Denny Zent P: (800) 382-9841 E: h2j@in.gov W: indianahouserepublicans.com/ members/general/denny-zent • Rep. Zent represents most of Steuben and LaGrange counties.

Federal Government Contact Information Senator Mike Braun P: (202) 224-4814 A: B85 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington D.C., 20510 W: braun.senate.gov

Senator Todd Young P: (202) 224-5623 A: B33 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C., 20510 W: young.senate.gov

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Representative Jim Banks P: (202) 225-4436 A: 1713 Longworth HOB, Washington D.C., 20515 W: banks.house.gov Fort Wayne office P: (260) 702-4750 A: 1300 S. Harrison St., Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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Angola

Angola at a Glance

Population: 8,612 Education: MSD of Steuben County, Trine University Government: Mayor, clerk-treasurer, common council Police: City of Angola Police Dept. Fire: City of Angola Fire Dept. Health: Cameron Community Memorial Hospital Utilities: The city operates sewer, water and trash and recycling services. Phone: Frontier, Electric and Gas: Northern Indiana Public Service Co., Cable TV and Internet: Mediacom, Frontier, Verizon and Hughesnet. Parks: Commons Park, Firemen’s Park, Nature Park, Bike Trail Attractions: Trine University Events: Balloons Aloft

Important Numbers & Addresses City Hall: P: (260) 665-2514 A: 210 N. Public Square Courthouse: P: 668-1000 A: 55 S. Public Square Hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Police: P: (260) 665-2121 A: 202 W. Gilmore St. Fire: P: (260) 665-5555 A: 202 W. Gilmore St. Post Office: P: 665-2019 A: 110 W. Harcourt Road Hours: 8:30 a.m.5 p.m. M-F, 9 a.m.-noon Sat Library: Carnegie Library of Steuben County P: (260) 665-3362 A: 322 S. Wayne St., Angola Hours: 9 a.m.8 p.m. M-Th, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. F, 9 a.m.3 p.m. Sat W: www.cplsc.org Hospital: P: (260) 665-2141 or (800) 9429583 A: 416 E. Maumee St. Recycling/Compost Center: Yard Waste Compost Lot at C.R. 175N

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ANGOLA MAYOR’S OFFICE

Front Row: Mandy Stoy, Suzy Adams, Vivian Likes, Dick Hickman, Deb Twitchell and Maria Davis. Back Row: Amanda Cope, Tammy Onofrietti, Scott Lehman, Jim Myers and Ryan Herbert.

ANGOLA CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

L to R: Caleb McLatcher, Brittany Otis, Stu Hamblen - Chief, Ken Whitmire - Asst. Chief, Brian Snyder, Darrin Taylor and Max Essman

ANGOLA PARKS DEPARTMENT

Mike Yerina, Seth Hamblen, Bobby Allshouse, Matt Hanna, Nina Onofrietti and Mike Scott.

ANGOLA CITY WATER DEPARTMENT

L to R: Nathan O’Rourke, Kevin Allgire, Brett Ritter, Tom Selman, Chad Ritter, James King and Kevin Kellet.

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ANGOLA FIRE DEPARTMENT

L to R: Ron Maustellar, Denver Stella, Chris Meek, Howard McKeever, Brian Bowden, Jason Meek, Mike Meek - Chief, Bill Harter, Erich Kaiser, Hillary Cope, Terry Dowell, TR Hagerty and Cory Glasper.

ANGOLA CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

L to R: Case Gilbert, Matt Kling, Mike Lesiak, Brandon Booth, Evan Howe and Mike Wood.

ANGOLA STREET DEPARTMENT

L to R: Scott Hinman, Stuart Reese, Jason Chard, Jim Elston, Doug Anderson, Clint Michael, Nancy Rust, Scott Stevens, Matt Bidlack and Brian Smart.

ANGOLA WASTEWATER TREATMENT

L to R: Jeff Gaff, Michael Creager, Cory Ritter, Bradley Noll, Curt Dowell, Mike Beard, Camarie Smith and Craig Williams.

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Ashley Ashley at a Glance Population: 983 Education: MSD of Steuben County, DeKalb County Central United School District Government: Town board, clerktreasurer Police: Ashley Police Dept. Fire: Ashley Fire Dept. Health: Cameron Community Memorial Hospital Utilities: Water & Sewer: Town of Ashley, Gas & Electric: Northern Indiana Public Service Co.,

Garbage: National Serv-All of Fort Wayne, Phone: Century Link, Cable TV and Internet: Century Link, Frontier, Mediacom and HughesNet Parks: Firemen’s Park, Carpenter Field, Sunset Memorial Park

Important Numbers & Addresses Town Hall/Community Center: P: 5879276 A: 500 S. Gonser Ave. Police: P: 587-9388 A: 500 S. Gonser Ave. Fire: P: 587-9222 A: 101 S. Union St.

Post Office: P: 587-9219 A: 114 W. State St. Hours: 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 2-4 p.m. M-F, 8-10 a.m. Sat Hospital: P: (260) 665-2141 or (800) 9429583 A: 416 E. Maumee St. Recycling Center: Northern Indiana Solid Waste Management District offices, 2320 W. C.R. 800S, Ashley

Meetings Town Board: 2nd Monday each month, 7 p.m. at the Ashley Community Center

Clear Lake

Clear Lake at a Glance

Population: 339 Education: Fremont Schools Government: Town council, clerktreasurer, zoning administrator, street superintendent Police: Town Marshal Fire: Fremont Fire Dept. Health: Cameron Community Memorial Hospital Utilities: Sewer: Fremont Water Pollution Control Facility, Electric & Gas: Northern Indiana Public Service Co., Phone: Frontier, Cable TV and Internet: Mediacom, Verizon, Frontier, HughesNet Parks: Steuben County Park Events: 4th of July Parade

Important Numbers & Addresses

Fire: P: 495-3805 A: 100 E. Spring St. Post Office: Fremont Post Office P: 495-2235 A: 104 N. Coffin St. Hours: 7:30-noon, 2-3:30 p.m. M-F, 10 a.m.noon Sat Library: Fremont Public Library P: 4957157 A: 1004 W. Toledo St. Hours: 9 a.m.-8 p.m. M-Th, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. F, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat W: www.fremont. lib.in.us

Hospital: P: (260) 665-2141 or (800) 9429583 A: 416 E. Maumee St. Recycling/Compost Center: Albion and Bell streets, Fremont

Meetings Town Council: 6 p.m., 3rd Tuesday of each month at Town Hall

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Fremont

Fremont at a Glance

Population: 2,138 Education: Fremont Community Schools Government: Town council, clerktreasurer Police: Fremont Police Dept. Fire: Fremont Fire Dept. Health: Cameron Community Memorial Hospital Utilities: Fremont has its own water system. Fremont’s Water Pollution Control Facility provides sewer service. Electric & Gas: Northern Indiana Public Service Co. and Steuben County Rural Electric

Membership Corp., Phone: Frontier, Cable TV and Internet: Mediacom, Verizon and Frontier Parks: Vistula Park Attractions: Wild Winds Buffalo Farm Events: Music Fest

Important Numbers & Addresses Town Hall: P: 495-7805 A: 205 N. Tolford St. Police Dept.: P: 495-9848 A: 205 N. Tolford St. Fire Dept.: P: 495-3805 A: 100 E. Spring St. Post Office: P: 495-2235 A: 104 N.

Coffin St. Hours: 7:30 a.m.-noon, 2-3:30 p.m. M-F, 10 a.m.-noon Sat Library: Fremont Public Library P: 4957157 A: 1004 W. Toledo St. Hours: 9 a.m.-8 p.m. M-Th, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. F, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat W: www.fremont. lib.in.us Hospital: A: 416 E. Maumee St. P: (260) 665-2141 or (800) 942-9583 Recycling/Compost Center: Albion and Bell streets, Fremont

Meetings Town Council: Town council meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at Town Hall

Hamilton

Hamilton at a Glance Population: 1,532 Education: Hamilton Schools Government: Town council, clerktreasurer, town manager Police: Town Marshal Fire: Hamilton Fire Dept.

Health: Cameron Community Memorial Hospital Utilities: Water: Town of Hamilton, Sewer: Hamilton Lake Conservancy District, Electric: American Electric Power, Gas: Northern Indiana Public Service Co., Phone: Frontier, Cable TV and Internet: Mediacom,

HughesNet, Verizon and Frontier Parks: Gnagy Park, Fish Creek Nature Trail

Important Numbers & Addresses Town Hall: A: 900 S. Wayne St. Police: P: 488-3721 Fire: P: 488-2311 A: 7760 S. Wayne St. Post Office: P: 488-2812 A: 399 E. Bellefontaine Road Hours: 9 a.m.1 p.m., 2-4 p.m. M-F, 9-11 a.m. Sat Hospital: P: (260) 665-2141 or (800) 9429583 A: 416 E. Maumee St. Recycling/Compost Center: Town Hall, 900 S. Wayne St.

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Hudson

Hudson at a Glance

Population: 518 Education: MSD of Steuben County, Prairie Heights School Corp. Government: Town board, clerk treasurer Police: Hudson Police Dept. Fire: Hudson Volunteer Fire Dept. Health: Cameron Community Memorial Hospital Utilities: Water: Town of Ashley, Sewer: Town of Hudson, Gas: Northern

Indiana Public Service Co., Electric: Northern Indiana Public Service Co.and Noble County Rural Electric Membership Corp., Phone: Century Link, Frontier and HughesNet Cable TV and Internet: CenturyLink, Frontier and HughesNet

Important Numbers & Addresses Police: P: 587-3500 A: 115 W. Parsonage St.

Fire: P: 587-9602 A: 313 N. Main St. Post Office: P: 587-9273 A: 318 N. Main St. Hours: 7-10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.2 p.m. M-F, 7-11 a.m. Sat Hospital: P: (260) 665-2141 or (800) 9429583 A: 416 E. Maumee St. Recycling Center: Northern Indiana Solid Waste Management District offices, 2320 W. C.R. 800S, Ashley

Meetings Town Board: 6 p.m., 4th Tuesday of each month

Orland

Orland at a Glance

Population: 434 Education: Prairie Heights School Corp. Government: Town council, clerktreasurer Police: Town Marshal Fire: Orland Community Volunteer Fire Dept. Health: Cameron Community Memorial Hospital Utilities: Water: Town of Orland, Electric & Gas: Northern Indiana Public Service Co., Phone: Frontier, Cable TV and Internet: Verizon, Frontier and CenturyLink Parks: Orland Town Park

Community Building: A: 9535 W. S.R. 120 Police: P: 829-6411 Fire: P: 829-6494 A: 6035 N. S.R. 327 Post Office: P: 829-6435 A: 9462 W. S.R. 120 Hours: 7:30-11:30 a.m., 12:302:30 p.m. M-F, 8-10 a.m. Sat Library: Joyce Public Library P: 8296329 A: 6110 S.R. 327 Hours: 4-8 p.m. T, 1-5 p.m. W, 8 a.m.-noon Sat

Hospital: P: (260) 665-2141 or (800) 9429583 A: 416 E. Maumee St. Recycling/Compost Center: Bunch’s Shop Rite, S.R. 120 East, Orland

Meetings Town Council: 6:30 p.m., 2nd Monday of each month at the Community Building

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Regional recycling agency makes switch to single stream effort The Northeast Indiana Solid Waste Management District recently made a change to single-stream recycling. Single-stream recycling, also known as fully commingled or singlesort recycling, refers to a system in which all paper fibers, plastics, metals and other containers are mixed in a collection truck, instead of being sorted by the depositor into separate commodities and handled separately throughout the collection process. The single-stream option replaces the dual-stream option, where people separate certain recyclable materials and place them in separate containers for collection. “Residents can now enjoy the convenience of placing all accepted materials into one bin,” said Executive Director Steve Christman. “There has been a history of segregating the recycling bins themselves. If it is a material the district accepts as part of this program, it can all go in one bin.” “Their take in doing it all in one bin, when they do a single stream, it makes it easy for them to sort it out. it’s all getting emptied into one big truck, so it’s getting mixed anyways,” Ashley Howe, administrative assistant with the Northeast Indiana Solid Waste Management District, said. The process saves time and makes recycling easier. Instead of sorting recycled materials twice, once when placed in bins and also at the sorting facilities, facilities only sort items once and process each material per its required processes. “It’s helping our bins not overflow because the bins have been overflowing, the cardboard especially. Since the amount of items of the glass and papers containers are minimal, it’s helping to not have recyclables

everywhere,” Howe said. Items accepted at the recycling center include glass jars and bottles, magazines and telephone books, newspapers, soft-cover and hard-cover books, paper towel and toilet paper rolls and junk mail. Once items get transferred to sorting facilities, the sorting process relies on multiple people to get the items where they need to go, according to Howe. “It’s a pretty quick process. All of the truck drivers, they dump their load right in the facility and then it goes right into and on the conveyor. The first people sort out any junk; then there’s paper, then it gets sorted into different areas that the plastic goes to, the cardboard goes to,” Howe said. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates the total generation of municipal solid waste in 2015 totaled 262.4 million tons, approximately 3.5 million tons more than the amount generated in 2014. Paper and paperboard products made up the largest percentage of all the materials in MSW and yard trimmings comprised the third largest material category, estimated at 34.7 million tons, or 13.3 percent of total generation, in 2015. Plastic products accounted for 13.1 percent of generation, coming from durable goods and the containers and packaging categories. In addition, 3.1 million tons of selected consumer electronics were generated, representing less than 2 percent of MSW generation. Selected consumer electronics include products such as TVs, VCRs, DVD players, video cameras, stereo systems, telephones and computer equipment. Thus, it’s no surprise that use of the

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facilities in the four-county area has gone up. “We have noticed just how wonderful it is that they’re using all the bins. As far as materials, it’s about the same. Cardboard is the one we see the most,” Howe said. The LaGrange County and Steuben County convenience centers are just one resource for recycling bulkier items that might not fit in one trash bin or the recycling bins at the local recycling center. The Residential Problem Waste Program runs Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon at the Ashley convenience center. The program is split into two parts: paint, oil and the chemical collection program and the batteries, bulb, tire and electronics collection program. During the growing seasons, NISWMD sites will also accept yard waste such as leaves and brush, which is often free to residents of that county. Each town has its own rules regarding yard waste curbside pick-up dates and times, and whether they do it, so people can also check with their city hall if they’re not sure where bags of leaves should go. Businesses who have large quantities of items to dispose of are urged to call ahead if they plan to use any facility. Each location operates differently. There are fees associated with each site, so Howe recommends looking those up before you go. A $5 per vehicle minimum fee is charged for the paint, oil and chemical collection program, which disposes of used motor oil, antifreeze, cleaning fluids of all types, fertilizers, weed killers, bug sprays and more. For the battery and electronics collection program, the cost varies, ranging from $1 each per battery to $10 for large truck and semi tires. Electronics are also processed, so televisions, monitors and copiers are $5 per item, while microwaves and larger units cost more. The other Steuben County location at 2251 W. C.R.175N in Angola changes hours based on the summer and winter seasons. It accepts household material, as well as appliances, dump trucks and trailers and even old rusted barrels that might otherwise rust and decompose in someone’s yard. More information on recycling facilities is available at niswmd.org.

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Community Resources Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service

Wells and Whitley counties in Indiana and Williams County in Ohio.

Phone: 668-1000, ext. 1400 Address: Steuben Community Center, 317 S. Wayne St., Angola

Steuben County Council on Aging

The American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana Phone: 484-9336 or (800) 513-2599 Address: 1212 E. California Road, Fort Wayne Website: redcrossofnei.org Serves Allen, DeKalb, Noble, Steuben,

Phone: 665-9856 Address: 317 S. Wayne St., Angola

Lake Associations Many of the more densely populated lakes in Steuben County are served by associations that

deal with a variety of issues and organize activities. Some lakes have neighborhood associations separate of the lake associations. The Steuben County Lakes Council provides a wide variety of resources and services and takes an active voice in lake issues. The Lakes Council maintains an office at 317 S. Wayne St., Angola. The phone is 665-1730 and is staffed by Cheri Stroh, office administrator. The Lakes Council’s website is lakescouncil.org.

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LaGrange Outpatient 2155 N St. Rd. 9, LaGrange 260-463-7144

Noble-Albion Outpatient 833 E Main St. Albion 260-636-6975

Noble-Kendallville Outpatient 1930 E. Dowling Street, Kendallville 260-347-4400

Steuben Outpatient 3265 Intertech Drive, Angola 260-665-9494

Inpatient Services 1850 Wesley Road, Auburn 260-927-0726

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Fremont Community School Corporation

Dekalb County Central United Schools Enrollment: 1,308 Website: www.dekalbcentral.net District (Steuben Co.): Part of Steuben Township in Ashley Superintendent: Steve Teders Board Members: Jay Baumgartner, Timothy Haynes, Bruce Buttermore, Mark Eck and Heather Krebs

Central Office P: 925-3914 A: 3326 C.R. 427 Administrative Phone: 920-1011

Country Meadow Elementary P: 920-1017 or 587-3309 A: 2410 C.R. 10, P.O. Box 9, Ashley Principal: Michelle Molargik

DeKalb Middle School P: 920-1013 A: 3338 C.R. 427,Waterloo Principal: Matt Vince Enrollment: 980 Website: fremontschoolsin.com District: Clear Lake, Fremont, Jamestown Townships Superintendent: Bill Stitt Board Members: Marty McNeal, Jena Stuckey, Laura McLatcher, Gary Baker, Anna Creager, Jill Cox and Kim Bennett

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Hamilton Community Schools District Enrollment: 372 Website: www.hcs.k12.in.us District: Franklin, Otsego, Richland Townships Superintendent: Anthony Cassel Board Members: Mark Gould, Robert Gaff, Jeremy Hill, Stacy Shull and Lee Stoy

Central Office P: 488-2513 A: 901 S. Wayne St., Hamilton

Hamilton Elementary P: 488-2101 A: 901 S. Wayne St., Hamilton Principal: Greg Piatt

Hamilton Junior-Senior High P: 347-0100 A: 901 S. Main St., Hamilton Principal: Anthony Cassel

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Metropolitan School District of Steuben County Enrollment: 2,806 Website: www.msdsteuben.k12.in.us/ District: Jamestown, Pleasant, Scott, Steuben, York Townships Superintendent: Brent Wilson Board Members: Brad Gardner, Kevin Beard, Scott Poor, Case Gilbert, Marilyn Hill, LeAnn Boots and Cory Archbold

Administrative Office P: 665-2854 A: 400 S. Martha St., Angola

Carlin Park Elementary P: 665-2014 A: 800 N. Williams St., Angola Principal: John Curtis

Hendry Park Elementary P: 665-3215 A: 805 S. Washington St., Angola Principal: Lisa Bauer

Prairie Heights Community School Corporation Enrollment: 1,306 Website: www.ph.k12.in.us District (Steuben Co.): Parts of Salem, Millgrove and Jackson Townships in Hudson Superintendent: Jeff Reed Board Members: Bob Ledgerwood, Jim Courtright, Mike Howe, Brook German, Kirk Perkins

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P: 665-9581 A: 575 E. U.S. 20, Angola Principal: Ryan Bounds

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Education Resources Special programs

The Educational Opportunity Center Phone: 665-1360 Address: 403 S. Martha St., Angola Serves students from MSD of Steuben County, Fremont, Hamilton and Prairie Heights high schools who have left school for whatever reason, giving them the opportunity to receive a high school diploma. Administrator is Scott Poor.

IMPACT Phone: (888) 349-0250 Address: 1607 Dowling St., Kendallville Website: fcavc.org Serves all five local public school systems with vocational training.

Steuben County Literacy Coalition Phone: 665-1414 Address: 1355 S. Wayne St., Angola Website: steubenliteracy.org Provides educational services and life-long learning opportunities in a variety of programs serving people of all ages, beginning with preschool aged children. It also provides after school programs in all four public school districts. Executive director is Breann Fink.

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Vistula Head Start The Steuben County Division of Family and Children Phone: 665-7313 Has lists of licensed child-care providers.

Children First Center Phone: 925-3865 Headquarters Address: 1752 Wesley Road, Auburn Provides early-intervention, home-based services for special needs children in Steuben, DeKalb

Phone: 495-4775 Headquarters Address: 1100 W. Toledo St., Fremont A federally funded preschool program for children ages 3 to 5 from low-income families. Vistula Park Preschool is a companion program for other 3- to 5-year-olds. There are sites in Angola, Fremont and LaGrange County.

Higher education Purdue University Fort Wayne

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Freedom Academy

Ivy Tech Community College Phone: general information 482-9171; admissions 480-4268; financial aid 480-4136 Address: 3800 N. Anthony Blvd., Fort Wayne A state-assisted school that offers some satellite courses in the Steuben County area.

Trine University Phone: 665-4100 Headquarters: 1 University Ave., Angola Website: trine.edu A private, non-denominational college that grants associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in more than 30 programs on campus, online and at regional education centers, with a new campus in Arizona. Founded in 1884 as Tri-State Normal School, Trine is located on 485 acres in southwest Angola.

The Steuben County Community Foundation Phone: 665-6656 Has compiled a comprehensive database of scholarship-offering institutions and local scholarships.

Continuing education

Phone: 347-0887 Address: 743 E. North St., P.O. Box 515, Kendallville Offers courses at sites across Steuben County and in Angola at the Angola Training Center.

Nature Center, Pokagon State Park Phone: 833-2012 Address: Lane 101, Lake James Workshops on nature and interpretive programs.

Cameron Memorial Community Hospital Phone: 665-2141 Address: 416 E. Maumee St., Angola Classes in preventative health education and screening.

Scholarships Scholarship information is available in guidance offices at all area high schools. Universities and technical schools also provide scholarship and loan information in their financial aid offices.

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Recreation

Nature Preserves

Wing Haven Nature Preserve 180 W. C.R. 400N, Angola, near Pokagon State Park The preserve includes the Seven Sisters Lakes and a log home and art studio used by Helen Swenson, who created the preserve.

Woodland Bog C.R. 100N, east of C.R. 200E The 20-acre tract features dense mats of ferns and clear ponds.

Ball Lake Nature Preserve Ball Lake 101, off Bellefontaine Road, Hamilton Almost 27 acres were gifted to ACRES in 1996 by the Ball Lake Association. Includes a trail system.

Beechwood Nature Preserve S.R. 127 North, north of C.R. 500N It offers long views of neighboring lakes and features an expanse of beech woodland.

2645 E. U.S. 20, Angola The 80-acre property donated by the Brammall family and protected by ACRES includes shoreline on Pigeon Lake, Pigeon Pond and Pigeon River and hiking trails.

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ACRES Preserve protects the last untouched urban forest in the city.

preserve is operated by a local board of directors and volunteers.

Robb Hidden Canyon Nature Preserve

Anspaugh Wildlife Habitat Trust Area

South side of Ball Lake, north of C.R. 800S and east of C.R. 175E

Landis Road, Loon Lake It has an 80-acre tract.

Ropchan Wildlife Refuge

LaTierra Sanctuary

S.R. 827 near C.R. 500N

Brammall Nature Preserve

Marion’s Woods

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Ropchan Memorial Nature Preserve C.R. 700W, Orland

McClue Reserve C.R. 400N, one mile east of S.R. 127 North It has an 80-acre tract that features hiking trails. This county

C.R. 1000E, south of S.R. 120, Fremont Protected by Blue Heron Ministries, the 38-acre preserve includes mature maples and was donated by Father Fred Duschl of Blakeslee, Ohio. Blue Heron also operates a 10-acre preserve, a sandy expanse near Clear Lake.

Koeneman Lake Preserve Clear Lake Township The 11-acre tract that includes Koeneman Lake is protected by the Clear Lake Township Land Conservancy.

Lime Lake Nature Preserve Millgrove Township The Indiana Department of Natural Resources took control of 90.59 acres on Lime Lake in 1995.

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Loon Lake Nature Preserve C.R. 100N, Angola The Indiana Department of Natural Resources protects 6.5 acres on Loon Lake in Pleasant Township. The preserve began in 1998.

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State parks and recreation areas Pokagon State Park Located near Fremont, 5 miles north of Angola Home to Indiana’s only refrigerated toboggan run, a quarter mile track that is open from Thanksgiving to March 1. Call 833-2012 for operating hours.

Trine State Recreation Area East across I-69 from Pokagon State Park This property, some 245 acres, is north of the Seven Sisters Lakes and the adjoining Wing Haven Nature Preserve. It is operated by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. It offers hiking, paddle boats, fishing, cabins and picnicking. Call Pokagon at 833-2012 for information.

Sports & Recreation Steuben County offers a wide variety of sports and recreational activities, especially with the presence of Trine University, the YMCA of Steuben County, Pokagon State Park, Pigeon River State Fish and Wildlife Area and the 101 lakes. There are also area adult and youth leagues and programs for baseball, basketball, bowling, card playing, equestrian, fishing, football, go-karts, golf, hunting, running, sailing, shooting sports, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.

Trine University and the five high schools serving Steuben County offer a wide range of athletics. The sports offered at Angola, DeKalb, Fremont, Hamilton and Prairie Heights include baseball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls cross country, football, boys and girls golf, gymnastics, boys and girls soccer, softball, boys and girls swimming and diving, boys and girls tennis, boys and girls track and field, volleyball and wrestling. Trine University offers baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s lacrosse, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s and soon men’s volleyball, bowling, esports, men’s and women’s hockey, women’s synchronized skating and wrestling. Trine is an NCAA Division III member and is a part of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association, America’s oldest collegiate athletic conference. Two of its hockey teams are club sports. Trine football stadium has artificial turf, lights, press boxes, locker rooms, weight and training rooms and offices. Trine is also home of the Keith Busse ARC, an indoor athletic facility that features an indoor track along with other amenities. Trine’s new MTI Center just opened last year and in 2017 the Thunder Ice Arena opened, ushering in a new era of sports at Trine.

Auto racing College & prep sports

Angola Motorsport Speedway is a three-eighths of a mile, sanctioned asphalt track for stock car racing. It is located at 2850 N. C.R. 600E, Fremont. The telephone number is 495-7223. The season runs from May through September with racing in a variety of stock car classes. Along with grandstand seating, the track also has sky boxes available for rent.

Biking, hiking trails Angola, Steuben County, Pokagon State Park and Hamilton offer hiking and biking trails in their communities. The longest trail, starting in Angola near Commons Park, stretches north to Hoosier Hill covering about 6 miles. Later this year the trail will connect with an existing trail in Pokagon.

Boating To drive a boat with a motor of 10 horsepower or greater one must be at least 15 years old. Those older than 18 need a driver’s license or state-issued photo identification card. For those ages 15 to 17, operators must have completed the official Indiana safe boating course and also must have a state identification card or driver’s license. Generally, lakes less than 300 acres in size have speed limits. Many lakes in the county have public access sites. In addition, public access sites are located at the Pigeon River State Fish & Wildlife Area in western Steuben County. Steuben County lakes with public access sites include Ball, Beaver Dam, Big Bower, Big Otter, Big Turkey, Clear, Crooked, Fish, Fox, Golden, Hamilton, Jimmerson, Lime, Little Turkey, Loon, Marsh, West Otter and Pigeon. Boat and other related rentals are available at Pokagon State Park and area marinas.

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There is one bowling alley that’s widely used in Angola, Angola Bowl, 2305 N. Wayne St.; 665-9312. Also, Trine University has opened six bowling lanes, which are open on a limited basis to the public, in its new MTI Center located on Zollner Golf Course off Thunder Drive.

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Steuben getting group to advocate for trail development A group to advocate for future trails development in Steuben County is getting organized. “The purpose of this group is to promote, advocate and assist with trail development in Steuben County and incorporated areas within our community,” said information sent to prospective advocacy group members. Fort Wayne Trails Inc. has provided some guidance on how to get a group started in Steuben County. Steuben County Highway Engineer Jen Sharkey recently attended a regional trails meeting where she learned about local non-profits that are existing or are being formed in order to get citizen involvement in trail development and funding. A strong trails organization exists in Allen County. Sharkey has been working with Jennifer Danic, executive director of the Steuben County Community Foundation, and June Julien, executive director of the Steuben County Tourism Bureau, to get such a group formed locally. The group will most likely take form as a stand-alone nonprofit organization, separate of government. Long term, a consortia of government leaders envision trails linking all across the state. For northeast Indiana, the trail that’s dubbed the Poka-Bache, would run from Pokagon State Park in Steuben County south to Ouabache State Park in Wells County. Sharkey is currently working on getting grant money to fund a study on development of the local trail to the south, taking it from Commons Park in Angola, south along Old U.S. 27 to the Steuben-DeKalb line. It is hoped this trail will eventually link with an existing trail that runs along Old 27 in Waterloo.

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Camping There are many campgrounds in Steuben County. Publicly-operated campgrounds are: • Pokagon State Park, 450 Lane 100, Lake James, Angola; 833-2012. It has 275 campsites. • Steuben County Park/ Campground, 100 Lane 101, Crooked Lake, Angola; 833-2401. It has about 160 campsites. Other campgrounds in Steuben County include: • Buck Lake Ranch, 2705 Buck Lake Road, Angola; 665-6699. • Camp Sack-In, 8740 E. C.R. 40S, Angola; 665-5166. It has 150 campsites. • Angola/Hogback Lake KOA Holiday, 5251 W. U.S. 20, Angola; (800) 562-5645. It has 150 campsites and cabin rentals. • Cook’s Happy Acres Campground, 1940 S. C.R. 300W, Angola; 6659843. • Hi-Vue Camp Ground, 215 Lane 250B, Lake Gage; 833-9949.

• Lake James Christian Assembly Youth Camp & Retreat Center, 1880 W. C.R. 275N, Angola; 833-2786. • Lake James Family Resort, 3545 Bay View Road, Angola; 833-9577. It has 150 campsites. • Manapogo Park, 5495 W. C.R. 760N, Orland; 833-3902. It has 300 campsites. • Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, 140 Lane 201, Barton Lake, Fremont; 833-1114. It has 460 campsites.

Cross-country skiing Pokagon State Park offers cross-country skiing when there is a 6-inch base of snow. Skis are available for rent at the park’s Civilian Conservation Corps shelter. For more information, call Pokagon State Park at 833-2012.

Fishing Fishing is a popular pursuit in Steuben County with its 101 lakes and various creeks. It is a year-round pursuit. All people fishing in Indiana

between the ages of 17 and 65 require a state license. Licenses are available at local fishing bait and tackle outlets, sporting goods and hardware stores. Information and licensing is also available on the state’s website, in.gov, where one can purchase a license online.

Golf There are six golf courses in Steuben County: • Trine University is home to Zollner Golf Course. The 18-hole, par72 course has played host to past National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics men’s golf national championships. It is home to Trine’s men’s and women’s golf teams. It will be the host of the Women’s NCAA Division III National Championships this year. For tee times and fees, call 665-4269. • Cold Springs Resort, 60 Lane 120F, Hamilton Lake, Hamilton; 488-2920. 18-hole, par-58 course. • Glendarin Hills Golf Club, 3333 Glendarin Way, Angola; 624-3550.

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18-hole, 72-par championship course. • Hidden Valley Golf Course, 5370 E. Metz Road, Angola; 665-6064. 18hole, par-71 course. • Lake James Golf Course, 1445 W. C.R. 275N, Angola; 833-3967. 18hole, par-72 course. There is one miniature golf course in the county: • Pokagon Falls, 640 W. C.R. 400N, Angola; 665-8322.

Horseback riding Horseback riding is offered primarily from Memorial Day through Labor Day at Pokagon State Park’s stables on Lake James. There is also riding on weekends before Memorial Day and after Labor Day, weather permitting. For more information, call 833-2012.

Hunting Specific seasons for hunting all animals in Indiana are set by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, which prints annual handbooks, available at most hunting and fishing goods stores. Information and licensing is also available on the state’s website, in.gov. Shooting sports clubs and programs include: • Angola Conservation Club, which hosts monthly shooting matches on the second Sunday of every month from May to October at its site behind the Angola American Legion Post on U.S. 20. Membership is $20 a year. Call Dick Spangle at 665-5731 or Ron Reed at 665-7006.

• Hamilton Fish & Game Club, 400 Fish & Game Club Road, Hamilton; 488-2723.

Physical fitness Fitness and health outlets include the YMCA of Steuben County, Trine University, Club Fitness, Contour’s Express and the Steuben County Senior Center in the Steuben Community Center in Angola. The YMCA of Steuben County offers a variety of educational and athletic programs. The Steuben Senior Center programs are for adults ages 50 and older. They are either free to the public or require a small fee for participation. Also geared toward that age group are programs offered by Cameron Memorial Community Hospital’s Healthy Lifesteps. For more information, call or visit the following: • YMCA of Steuben County, 500 E. Harcourt Road, Angola; 668-3607. • Club Fitness, 605 W. C.R. 275N, Angola; 665-5919. • CrossFit Angola; 422 N Elizabeth St., Angola, 316-9261 • Anytime Fitness, 205 W. Harcourt Road, Angola; 665-6666. • Fit4 Life, 22 S. Public Square, Angola; 665-3488. • Healthy Life Steps, Cameron Woods, 701 W. Harcourt Road, Angola; 624-2197, ext. 21. • Steuben County Senior Center, Steuben Community Center, 317 S. Wayne St., Angola; 665-9856. • Trine University, 1 University Ave., Angola; 665-4150.

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Snowmobiling The Potawatomi Snowmobilers Club oversees maintenance of the 32-mile Potawatomi Snowmobile Trail system that runs north of Angola in the Crooked Lake-Lake James area. The trail system represents the efforts of the snowmobiling club and the cooperation of numerous landowners. Club memberships are $15 annually. For more information about the club and trails, call 316-0696. Snowmobile trails are open with a minimum 4-inch cover. Registration of snowmobiles must be done through the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Registration forms are available throughout the county, the jail area of the Steuben County Sheriff’s Department, any snowmobile dealer, through the Potawatomi Snowmobilers Club or though any DNR conservation officer. Events hosted by the snowmobile club are listed on its Facebook page.

Snowshoeing Pokagon State Park offers snowshoeing when there is a 2-inch base of snow. Snowshoes are available for rent at the park’s nature center. For more information, call Pokagon State Park at 833-3506.

Tennis There are tennis courts available at Trine University, Angola Middle School, Hendry Park Elementary School, Fremont High School and Prairie Heights High School.

Lakes • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Big and Little Otter lakes Snow Lake Jimmerson Lake Lake George Barton Lake Crooked Lake Fox Lake Loon Lake Clear Lake Lake Gage Hamilton Lake Pigeon River Fish Creek Fawn River (Crooked Creek) Seven Sisters Lakes

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Snowshoeing now available at Pokagon State Park A couple times during the 2017-18 winter season families were not able to cross country ski at Pokagon State Park either because there wasn’t enough snow or the trails had not been groomed. And that included one Cameron Clark and family, the same Cameron Clark who is director of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Both times, an alternative was offered: snowshoeing. And both families loved it, said Nicky Ball, Pokagon interpretive naturalist. “It’s a good workout. It’s a great way to stay in shape in the winter,” Ball said. And now more families, singles, whatever, can take advantage of snowshoeing at Pokagon — as long as there’s snow. This year the park has started making available snow shoes for rent at the park’s Nature Center. And unlike the cross country ski trails, only 2 inches of snow is needed to snowshoe. And the trails don’t have to be groomed. During the winter, Nature Center personnel hold snowshoeing workshops to introduce people to this mode of transportation. Unlike cross country skiing or other winter pursuits, snowshoeing is not a whole lot different than walking. It just takes some getting used to. “We’ll show you how to put them on, maybe try them out at the Nature Center,” Ball said. There isn’t really any special gear needed, other than the snowshoes themselves. Ball suggests wearing waterproof boots and snow pants or some other leg wear that’s waterproof. People who do take advantage of renting snowshoes at Pokagon — they’re only $5 a day — are advised to stay on the marked trails. “You want to stay on the trails, I would say,” Ball said. A nice, easy hike would be to take Trail 1, which can be picked up at the Nature Center. “I would say Trail 1 definitely because it is flat and it does a loop around the Nature Center,” Ball said. There are many more challenging trails at the park, but Ball would advise staying away from, for example, the part of Trail 3 that heads up to Hell’s Point, a very steep hill with stairs. For the adventurous, they could try to conquer all of the trails, cutting off

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A family poses for a photo after going out on a hike using snowshoes provided by the Pokagon State Park Nature Center in this undated photo. This winter Pokagon will offer snowshoes for rent at the Nature Center.

Hell’s Point by taking its intersection with Trail 6. A hike of all the trails would be about 8 miles, but that’s including Hell’s Point. Ball said having snowshoes available for rent also gives people an opportunity to try snowshoeing before buying some, only to find one doesn’t like the winter pursuit. Still, she said, “It’s the least expensive winter activity.” While snowshoeing offers another winter activity at Pokagon, it also is a way for people who are waiting for sleds at the toboggan slide to have something to do. Pokagon offers traditional snowshoes for adults. For children, there will be 12 pair, which are less traditional. Half will leave dinosaur prints in the snow and the other six blink while the child wearer walks. Snowshoes will be available when the Nature Center is open in the winter, which is noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Snowshoe rental is on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations will be taken.

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Pokagon State Park Interpretive Naturalist Nicky Ball holes a pair of snowshoes that are available at the park’s Nature Center. Snowshoes rent for $5 a day when the Nature Center is open.

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Events

June Patriotic Pops Concert

June 26 Enjoy patriotic music from the Fort Wayne Philharmonic on the front lawn of Potawatomi Inn, Pokagon State Park, or by boat in front of the beach.

July Angola Fourth of July Festivities are held surrounding July 4 Includes a parade through town and fireworks at dusk on the 4th. Music Americana is July 3 at the Furth Center for Performing Arts, 500 W. Maumee St., Angola.

Angola Balloons Aloft July 5-6 Attracts balloonists from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Michigan and beyond to Steuben County. The event is free. It will be at Angola High School. For information, call 316-8577.

The Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce Music Fest July 12-13 Fireworks will be at the Fremont Moose Lodge as part of the festival.

The Steuben County 4-H Fair July 19-25, county fairgrounds on Crooked Lake. Exhibits, programs, tractor and

truck pulls, and a rodeo are featured during the week-long run.

Vermont Settlement Festival July 27-28, Orland Town Park The festival kicks with a parade through the streets of Orland. Also at the festival is a pre-1840’s village with events that include a mountain man shoot, woman’s skillet toss, knife and hawk throw, blacksmithing displays, and more.

August Ashley-Hudson Days Aug. 3 A parade and a variety of food,

fun and games unite the two neighboring towns on the SteubenDeKalb border.

October Heritage Days Festival Second Sunday of October at Prairie Heights Community Schools near Stroh. The event brings music, food and activities from the Prairie Heights community together on the school farm and includes horse-drawn wagon rides.

Halloween Spooktacular Oct. 31 in downtown Angola A yearly Halloween tradition. Downtown shops will be open to parents and kids to trick-or-treat.

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Attractions Powers Church

Angola

Cline Memorial Museum 313 E. Maumee St., Angola Presents treasures from the 1900s to the 1920s. It is operated by the Steuben County Historical Society and is open Sundays from 2-4 p.m. June through September and special holiday events. The museum is also open by appointment and is available for groups to use for meetings.

The Steuben County Courthouse Public Square in Angola It is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and was built in 1868.

Soldiers Monument Public square in Angola The monument was constructed in 1917 and lists the names of the 1,278 Steuben County men who served during the Civil War. Steuben County has the distinction of having the highest per capita enlistment in the Civil War of any county in the state. A $75,000 renovation project culminated in rededication ceremonies for the monument on July 3, 1993.

Located on Old S.R. 1 about a quarter mile north of U.S. 20, east of Angola The church was founded in 1876 as a Free Church and has been fully restored. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and services take place there each summer. Call 665-5498 for details.

Trine University 1 University Ave., Angola The Wells Gallery in Taylor Hall of Humanities features the Wells Theater, a 75-seat theater that hosts plays, lectures, movies series and gatherings. The Fabiani Theater at the University Center offers a larger space for theatrical productions, films, lectures and other activities. The T. Furth Center of Performing Arts presents national artists and local performances. Trine also recently built the MTI Center and the Thunder Ice Arena, which host not only university athletics and functions but are also open to the public. Visit www.trine.edu or contact the school at 665-4100 for more information.

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Fremont Collins School S.R. 120, midway between Outlet Shoppes at Fremont at Fremont and Orland The one-room school first opened in 1877 and closed in 1943 due to school consolidations. It is open Sundays from 2-5 p.m. in June, July and August.

St. Paul Catholic Chapel Mass: Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m.

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Community Groups Angola American Legion Post 31 1760 W. U.S. 20, Angola, call 665-3363

S. Wayne St., Angola at 2 p.m., call 665-2141, ext. 2176

Angola National Guard Armory

Angola International Order of Odd Fellows Lodge No. 180

904 N. Williams St., Angola, call 665-3461

501 S. John St., Angola, meets the first and third Monday of every month, 7:30 p.m.

Angola Masonic Lodge

Meets the first Tuesday of each month at 35 S. Public Square, Angola, at 7:30 p.m.

Clear Lake Lions Club

Meets first and third Tuesdays, April through October, call Rick Corcimiglia, 833-3758 or 495-9024

Daughters of the American Revolution

108 N. Martha St., Angola, call 665-9361

Pokagon Chapter, P.O. Box 19, Fremont. Meets second Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Fremont Public Library, 1004 W. Toledo St.

Angola Elks Lodge No. 2398

Extension homemakers clubs

Angola Moose Lodge No. 1568

For information contact Purdue Extension Steuben County, 668-1000, ext. 1400

2005 N. Wayne St., Angola, call 665-6408

Angola Lions

Meets the first and third Wednesday of each month in the cafeteria at Cameron Memorial Community Hospital, 416 E. Maumee St., Angola, at 6:30 p.m.

Ashley-Hudson 2000 Lions

Dinner second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. and board meeting the fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m., Ashley OES Hall, Morgan Street, Ashley

Caregiver Support Group of Steuben County

4-H clubs and organizations

For information contact Purdue Extension Steuben County, 668-1000, ext. 1400

Fremont American Legion Post No. 257 310 S. Wayne St., Fremont, call 495.9329

Fremont Masonic Lodge

Meets the first Wednesday of each month at 3224 E. S.R. 120, Fremont, at 7 p.m.

Meets the third Tuesday of each month at Carnegie Public Library, 322

Fremont Moose Lodge

1665 E. S.R. 120, Fremont, call 495-5407

Grief Support Group

For bereavement due to death, meets Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. at Cameron Woods, 701 W. Harcourt Road, Angola, call 665-2141, ext. 5176

Hamilton Lions Club

Meets twice monthly in the spring and summer and monthly during the winter. Contact Bob Howard at 488-2357

Land of Lakes Lions Club

Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, 2013 N. Wayne St., Angola, call 316-7233

101 Lakes Kiwanis Club

Meets each Thursday at Cahoot’s Coffee Cafe, 218 W. Maumee St., Angola, 7 a.m.

Orland American Legion Post No. 423

Meets the fourth Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the post, 6215 N. S.R. 327, Orland, call 829-6544

Pleasant Lake Historical Society and museum Call Elten Powers, 403-1803

Pleasant Lake Lions Club

Meets on the first and third Tuesdays of every month at Pleasant Lake Elementary School

Pleasant Rebekah Lodge No. 35

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Meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month at IOOF Lodge No. 180, 501 S. John St., Angola, 7 p.m.

Pokagon State Park Nature Center

450 Lane 100, Lake James, call Nicky Ball at 833-3506

Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service

Contact the Steuben County Extension Office at 668-1000, ext. 1400

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Rotary Club of Angola

Meets Mondays at Glendarin Hills Golf Club, noon

Star Lodge No. 225 of the Free and Accepted Masons

Meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m., call Gene German at 829-6429

Steuben County Community Foundation

1701 N. Wayne St., Angola, call Jennifer Danic, executive director, at 665-6656

Steuben County Democratic Central Committee Call Elten Powers, 403-1803

Steuben County 4-H and 4-H Fair Board

Call the Steuben County Extension Office at 668-1000, ext. 1400

Steuben County Genealogical Society

Meets third Monday of the month, Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola, 7 p.m.

Habitat for Humanity of Northeast Indiana Contact 925-2508

Steuben County Historical Society

Meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month at Cline House Museum, 313 E. Maumee St., Angola

Steuben County Republican Central Committee Call Rick Michael at 833-0586

Steuben County Republican Women

Meets the first Wednesday of the month at noon at Angola Elks Lodge No. 2398, 2003 N. Wayne St., Angola. No meetings in December, June, July and August. Call Beth Weicht Lee at 665-3111

Steuben Woman’s Club

Meets on first Mondays of the month at Pleasant View Church of Christ, 200 Fox Lake Road, Angola, at 11 a.m.

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 7205 Woman’s Auxiliary

Meets the second Monday of each month at 2013 N. Wayne St., Angola, call 665-5600

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Health & Human Services Important Medical Phone Numbers Cameron Memorial Community Hospital: 665-2141

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Steuben and LaGrange, Hamilton Fish and Game Club, 110 E. Railroad St., Hamilton, third Thursday of the month, 7:30 p.m.

Alanon & Alcoholics Anonymous

For alcoholics and their relatives. Several meetings take place throughout the week at various Steuben County locations. For more information, call Women in Transition at 624-3178, Four County Transitional Living for Men at 665-7700, Alano Club at 319-6827 or Cameron Memorial Community Hospital at 665-2141.

Urgent Care of Cameron Hospital: 665-8222

Steuben County EMS: 668-1000, ext. 3300 Poison Control: (800) 382-9097

The Alzheimer’s Services Family Support Group

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana

Meets the first Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola. For information call Cameron Home Care and Hospice at 665-2141, ext. 2176, or the Steuben County Council on Aging at 665-9856.

Angola MS Group

Meets first Saturday of the month 1-3 p.m. at the Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola.

Provides a caring adult friend for children ages 6 to 17 years old from single-parent homes, 1005 W. Rudisill Blvd., Fort Wayne; (888) 456-1600.

Bright Point

Provides community services, including an energy assistance program, 213 N. Martha St., Angola; 665-1160 or (888) 437-5012.

Cahoots Coffee Cafe

218 W. Maumee St., Angola; 624-2399. Nonprofit youth outreach.

Cameron Hospital Urgent Care 1381 N. Wayne St., Angola. The walk-in clinic is designed to

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handle non-life threatening injuries and illnesses for the general and industrial public. Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sun. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Contact Urgent Care at 665-8222.

Cameron Memorial Community Hospital

416 E. Maumee St., Angola; 665-2141. Providing for the health care needs of Steuben County residents. Home Health Care and Hospice provides support and care of home health and hospice to outpatients and families.

Cancer Association of Steuben County

Provides educational programs and other services; 316-5533. Cancer treatment and information is available at the Regional Cancer Care Center, 516 E. Maumee St., Angola; 624-2120.

Cameron Homecare and Hospice Caregiver Support Group

Community Living Inc.

Provides group homes for developmentally disabled adults, 2060 W. C.R. 175N, Angola; 833-4208.

Compassion Pregnancy Center of Northeast Indiana Offers pregnancy testing and counseling, as well as baby items for babies up to 2 years old, 711 E. Harcourt Road, Angola; 668-7773.

Crime Stoppers

Provides an anonymous avenue for information leading to the arrest and indictment of criminals, P.O. Box 501, Angola. Tips may be phoned in to 668-7867 or (800) 600-4258.

Department of Child Services

Provides assistance for abused children. 1915 N. Wayne St., Angola, 665-3713. Child abuse hotline: (800) 800-5556.

Faith Community Health Clinic

Meets the third Tuesday of the month from 2-3 p.m. at Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County, 322 S. Wayne St., Angola. A grief support group meets the every Tuesday from 4:30-6 p.m. at Cameron Woods. Details are at 665-2141, ext. 2176.

Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

An agency that supplies advocates for abused and neglected children, P.O. Box 111, Albion, (888) 636-6101.

Community Anti-Violence Alliance (CAVA)

Provides assistance to victims of abuse and information on the prevention of violence toward others, 200 Hoosier Drive, Suite D, Angola; 624-3600.

Faith Community Health Clinic is open 5-8 p.m. first, third and fourth Wednesdays for those without insurance and meeting poverty guidelines. Information is at 667-7163. Holy Family Episcopal Church, 909 S. Darling St., Angola.

Foster Care Services Inc.

Provides recruitment and training of foster parents. 1016 W. 7th St., Suite 330, Auburn; 925-.4142.

Four County Transitional Living

An alcohol and drug recovery house for men, 227 1/2 W. Maumee St, Angola; 665-7700.

Indiana Job Works

Provides free employment services, claims service, unemployment

compensation and labor market information, 936 W. 15th St., Auburn; 925-0124.

Mental Health Association

Provides community education, service related to mental health awareness, P.O. Box 372, Angola; 665-5981.

Northeastern Center Inc.

Comprehensive mental health center, inpatient and outpatient treatment, consultations and education with addiction counseling, day treatment and 24-hour emergency services, 3265 Intertech Drive, Angola; 665-9494 or (800) 790-0118 (24 hours).

Project Help of Steuben County

Serves as an umbrella agency for referral information and supplemental direct aid for indigent and low-income people. 711 E. Harcourt Road, Angola; 665-9697.

Rape Awareness Program/Rape Crisis Hotline Volunteer counselors available 24 hours for emotional support and advice. P.O. Box 10554, Fort Wayne; 426-7273.

American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana

Provides service to military families. Disaster relief, blood program and provides volunteer services. 1212 E. California Road, Fort Wayne; 484-9336.

RISE Inc.

Serves disabled and displaced adults in developmental, vocational and daily living training. 1600 Wohlert St., Angola; 665-9408.

Children First Center

Provides educational, therapeutic and support services for special needs children ages 0-3, 1752 Wesley Road, P.O. Box 562, Auburn, 925-3865 or (800) 824-2698.

Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County Provides a shelter for homeless dogs and cats along with spay and neuter services and education, 780 Shelter Lane, Angola; 833-2877.

Dr. Travis Simmons, DC

Travis Simmons, DC

Specializing in Full Spinal Corrective Care & Wellness 1220 N 200 W, Suite G, Peachtree Plaza, Angola, IN (260) 624-4877 Open M,W,Th. 8-6; Tues. 1-6; Fri. 8-5 or by Appt.

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Salvation Army

Provides aid to transients, paroled prisoners, disaster relief, aid to unwed mothers and alcoholics. Call 665-1160.

Social Security Administration

Administers the retirement, survivors, disability, Medicare and SSI programs of the federal government. 124 W. 9th St., Auburn; (800) 772-1213 or 925-0494.

Steuben County Council on Aging

Provides services to senior citizens in Steuben County. 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 1B, Angola; 665-9856.

Steuben County Division of Family and Children

County welfare agency serving families and children. 1913 N. Wayne St., Angola; 665-3713.

Steuben County Emergency Medical Service

Publicly operated ambulance and emergency medical service. 100 E. Gale St., Angola; dial 911 in an emergency or call the business office at 668-1000, ext. 3300.

Steuben County Health Nurse

Makes home visits, does immunizations, tuberculosis testing and crippled children follow-up. 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 3A, Angola; 668-1000, ext. 1570.

Steuben County Literacy Coalition

widows of veterans, financial and educational assistance to children of veterans. 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 2B, Angola; 668-1000, ext. 1060.

Steuben County United Way

Provides immunizations, physicals and screening for children of low-income families. 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 3B, Angola; 665-2403.

Provides funds for social service agencies and programs for Steuben County, 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 3D, Angola; 665-6196.

Steuben Mobile Meals

Provides meals for homebound individuals. For delivery in Angola call 624-2010 or 316-1115. Elsewhere in the county, (800) 552-3662, ext. 405.

Turning Point Shelter

Short-term homeless shelter, 600 N. Williams St., Angola; 665-9191.

Assistance in early childhood learning, after-school programs in

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local schools, developing reading skills and referral for high school equivalency diploma testing, math skills, English as a second language and other skills. 1208 S. Wayne St., Angola; 665-1414.

Veterans Service Office

Offers services to veterans, aid to

Well Child Clinic

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

Nutritional program with supplemental food items essential to growth, including prenatal nutritional assistance, for low-income people. 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 3C, Angola; 668-1000, ext. 1050.

Women in Transition

Recovery house for women only in Angola; call 624-3178 for information.

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COMPOST AND ITS BENEFITS What is Compost?

Compost is the product resulting from the controlled biological decomposition of organic material that has been sanitized through the generation of heat and stabilized to the point that it is beneficial to plant growth. Compost bears little physical resemblance to the raw material from which it originated. Compost is an organic matter resource that has the unique ability to improve the chemical, physical, and biological characteristics of soils or growing media. It contains plant nutrients but is typically not characterized as a fertilizer. From the traditional growing of plants to novel uses in stormwater management and climate change mitigation, the production and use of compost has a bright future!

Benefits of Using Compost

• Improves the soil structure, porosity, and density, thus creating a better plant root environment. • Increases infiltration and permeability of heavy soils, thus reducing erosion and runoff. • Improves water holding capacity, thus reducing water loss and leaching in sandy soils. • Supplies a variety of macro and micro-nutrients. • May control or suppress certain soil-borne plant pathogens. • Supplies significant quantities of organic matter. • Improves cation exchange capacity (CEC) of soils and growing media, thus improving their ability to hold nutrients for plant use. • Supplies beneficial microorganisms to soils and growing media. • Improves and stabilizes soil pH. • Can bind and degrade specific pollutants. • Can closely simulate the characteristics of wetland soils, thereby encouraging the reestablishment of native plant species • Can be used with great success as a mulch for erosion control. • Immature compost also can act as mild herbicides to control weeds.

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Churches HELMER INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH

Assembly of God ASSEMBLY OF GOD

C.R. 766S, Helmer. Sunday Worship 11 a.m.

1405 N. Williams St., Angola. 665-9998. Sunday Worship 10 a.m., 6 p.m.

LOVE DIVINE BAPTIST CHURCH

FREMONT COMMUNITY CHURCH Fremont Youth and Community Center, 601 N. Coldwater St., Fremont. 495-4122. Worship 10 a.m.

Baha’i P.O. Box 744, Angola. Call 800-22UNITE (228-6483).

PLEASANT LAKE BAPTIST

1297 N. C.R. 200W, Angola. 665-3815. Sunday Worship 10:15 a.m.

1380 State St., Pleasant Lake. 4755910. Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.

3505 Metz Road, Angola. Sunday 11 a.m.

Brethren PLEASANT CHAPEL CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN

1380 S. Wayne St., Angola. 665-7246. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 560 W. C.R. 400N at S.R. 127, Angola. 665-1283. Sunday. Worship 10 a.m., 5 p.m.

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 925 N. C.R. 200W, Angola. 665-3192. Worship 10:30 a.m. Evening Service 6:30 p.m.

Christian Church ANGOLA CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Baptist HILLCREST BAPTIST CHURCH

8780 E. C.R. 700N, Fremont. Mass Sunday 9 a.m.

Corner of S.R. 4 and C.R. 23, Ashley. 854-2156. Sunday Services 11 a.m.

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ST. PAUL CATHOLIC CHAPEL

METZ CHRISTIAN CHURCH 1945 S. C.R. 800E, Metz. 665-1375. Worship 9:30 a.m.

LAKE AREA CHRISTIAN CHURCH 4760 N. S.R. 827, Fremont. 495-5222. Sunday Worship 10 a.m., 6:30 p.m.

NORTH SCOTT CHRISTIAN CHURCH C.R. 550E, Angola. Worship 10 a.m.

Church of Christ

1993 C.R. 8, Ashley. (260) 587-3856. Worship 9:15 a.m.

Catholic ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CATHOLIC CHURCH 700 W. Maumee St., Angola. 665-2259. Mass: Sunday 7:30 a.m., 10 a.m. Memorial Day-Labor Day, Sunday 7, 8:30, 10 a.m.

ASHLEY CHURCH OF CHRIST West Hobart Street, Ashley. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

COLUMBIA CHURCH OF CHRIST 14-994 Williams County Road 150, Edon, Ohio. (419) 272-3303. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

HAMILTON CHURCH OF CHRIST 4040 E. Church St., Hamilton. 488-2719. Traditional Service 8:30 a.m. Contemporary Service 10:30 a.m.

PLEASANT VIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST 200 Fox Lake Road, Angola. 665-2813. Celebrative Worship 10:30 a.m.

STEUBEN COUNTY CHURCH OF CHRIST 613 N. Williams St., Angola. 665-3794. Worship 10:30 a.m., 5 p.m.

STROH CHURCH OF CHRIST 4540 S. C.R. 1100W, Hudson. 351-4626. Sunday Worship Service 9 a.m. Page 36

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Church of God

Latter-Day Saints

ASHLEY CHURCH OF GOD 101 N. Gonser St., Ashley. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

STROH CHURCH OF GOD Main Street, Stroh. (260) 351-2910. Sunday Worship 10 a.m.

TODAY’S CHURCH OF GOD (of Cleveland, Tenn.) 13 Berry St., Quincy, Mich. (517) 6399068. Sunday Worship 11 a.m., 7 p.m.

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 1508 Williams St., Angola. 665-9444. Sunday Service 10 a.m.

Lutheran CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 1301 N. Williams St., Angola. 665-2516. Sunday Worship 9 a.m.

CLEAR LAKE LUTHERAN CHURCH (MISSOURI SYNOD)

Congregational FIRST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST please see United Church of Christ listing.

ORLAND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 9315 W. S.R. 120, Orland. 829-6187. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

270 Outer Drive, Clear Lake. 833-3854. Sunday Service 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist second and fourth Sunday of each month.

LAKE GEORGE LUTHERAN CHAPEL CHURCH (MISSOURI SYNOD) West side of Lake George at 1540 W. C.R. 800N, Fremont. 833-6208. Worship 9 a.m. Holy Communion second and fourth weekends.

LAKE JAMES LUTHERAN CHAPEL 80 Lane 200D, Glen Eden Springs, Lake James. Worship 9 a.m.

PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH (MISSOURI SYNOD) 355 E. S.R. 120, Fremont. 495-4306. Sunday Worship 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion first and third Sundays 10 a.m., second and fourth Sundays 8 a.m.

PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH (MISSOURI SYNOD) 10275 E. C.R. 550S, between Big Long Lake and Stroh. 351-2144. Worship 9 a.m. Holy Communion second and fourth Sundays.

Mennonite PLEASANT LAKE MENNONITE CHURCH 5142 S. Old U.S. 27, Pleasant Lake. 4755866. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

Episcopal HOLY FAMILY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 909 S. Darling St., Angola. 665-5067. Sunday Service 10:30 a.m.

Evangelical SONLIGHT COMMUNITY CHURCH 269 S. C.R. 200W, Angola. 665-9456. Service 9:15 a.m. Worship 10 a.m.

LAKEVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH (EFCA) 3130 E. Bellefontaine Road, Hamilton. (260) 488-2080. Morning Gathering, 10:30 a.m.

Jehovah’s Witness KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES S.R. 827N, Angola. 665-6807. Sunday public discourse 10-11:45 a.m. StCoREMC_103527 1/3 sq Steuben Comm. Guide 1-30-19

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CHRISTLIFE REVIVAL CENTER

Missionary

1220 S. Wayne St., Angola. 668-1895. Sunday word and worship, 11 a.m.

EAST GILEAD MISSIONARY CHURCH Block and Southern roads, East Gilead, Mich., (517) 369-2206. Sunday Worship 11 a.m.

FAIRVIEW MISSIONARY CHURCH 525 E. C.R. 200N, Angola. 665-8402. Sunday Worship 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m.

FREMONT ZION MISSIONARY CHURCH 205 N. Ray Road, Fremont. 495-1601. Worship 10 a.m.

LAKE MISSIONARY CHURCH 9030 W. U.S. 20, West Otter Lake. 6652254. Sunday Worship and Celebration 10 a.m.

Presbyterian CALIFORNIA UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 816 Hall’s Corners Road, Montgomery, Mich. Worship 10 a.m.

PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL OF THE LAKES

GATEWAY CHURCH 255 N. Gerald Lett Ave., Angola. 6652045. Sunday Services 10 a.m.

ORLAND CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

SALEM CENTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 3935 S. C.R. 800W, Salem Center. (260) 216-2650. Sunday Worship 10:15 a.m.

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 314 N. Williams St., Angola. 665-5380. Saturday Worship 11 a.m.

United Brethren

6015 N. S.R. 327, Orland. 829-6395. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.

Pentecostal

HUDSON UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH 516 N. Main St., Hudson. 587-9239. Sunday Worship Service 10 a.m.

CALVARY TEMPLE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD 400 E. Henry St., Angola. 665-9758. Sunday Worship 11 a.m., 6 p.m.

ASHLEY-HUDSON ST. JOHN’S UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 27 DeKalb C.R. 23, Ashley. 665-2774. Worship 10 a.m.

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 314 W. Maumee St., Angola. 665-9362. Sunday Worship 10 a.m.

United Methodist

2955 W. Orland Road, Angola. 8334976. Worship 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m.

Seventh Day Adventist

Nazarene

United Church of Christ

MOUNT PLEASANT UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH 2140 S. C. R. 850E, Metz. (419) 5060222. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

Sundays at 11:00 A.M.

ALVARADO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 8045 E. C.R. 500S, Alvarado. Sunday Worship 9 a.m.

ANGOLA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 220 W. Maumee St., Angola. 665-3914. Worship 9 a.m. The Gathering 11 a.m. at 205-1/2 W. Maumee St., Angola.

ASHLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 210 W. Morgan St., Ashley. 687-0920. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m.

FLINT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 510 N. C.R. 750W, Flint. 687-0920. Worship 11 a.m.

FREMONT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 105 N. Tolford St., Fremont. 495-2305. Worship 10 a.m.

HAMILTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 7780 S. Wayne St., Hamilton. 488-2803. Sunday Service 10 a.m.

HELMER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S.R. 327, Helmer. Sunday Worship 10 a.m.

MOUNT ZION UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 3365 S. Golden Lake Road, Pleasant Lake. 475-1540. Worship 9 a.m.

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NEVADA MILLS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Wesleyan

4710 W. Bachelor Road, Nevada Mills. 833-1882. Worship 9 a.m.

ORLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 6150 N. S.R. 327, Orland. 495-1270. Worship 10:45 a.m.

PLATO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 340 S. C.R. 500E, LaGrange. 665-2327. Worship 10 a.m.

HAMILTON WESLEYAN CHURCH

200 Park Ave., Angola. 495-0086. Worship 10 a.m.

Terry Lake Road, Hamilton. 488-4129. Sunday Worship 10 a.m.

HANDS TO GO MISSIONS

Non-Denominational BREAKTHROUGH HARVEST CHURCH 665-5496 for service times and locations.

CALVARY CHAPEL FELLOWSHIP

PLEASANT LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1160 W. Main St., Pleasant Lake. Worship 9:30 a.m.

4340 S. C.R. 1170E, Stroh. (260) 3514215. Sunday worship 9:30 a.m.

CHRIST’S CHURCH AT LAKE GAGE 5540 N. C.R. 550W, Lake Gage. (260) 687-0936. Sunday Worship 10 a.m.

STOKES CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Fremont and Southern roads, Montgomery, Mich. Worship 8:45 a.m.

FAITH HARVEST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP

CLEAR LAKE BIBLE CHURCH 9050 E. C.R. 700N, Fremont. 495-4994. Sunday Worship 10 a.m.

113 W. Maumee St., Angola. (517) 677-1932. Open worship and prayer 8-10 a.m. Monday-Friday.

HEARTLAND FELLOWSHIP Wall Lake Association building, 11299 E. C.R. 600N, Wall Lake. Sunday worship 9:30 a.m.

INDEPENDENT FULL GOSPEL CHURCH 1302 Gonser St., Ashley. 587-9544.

JAMESTOWN CHURCH 7435 N. C.R. 150W, Fremont. Sunday Worship 10 a.m.

LAKEVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH 3130 E. Bellefontaine Road, Hamilton. 488-2080. Worship 10:30 a.m.

CROSSROADS OF ZION 7977 C.R. 4A, Hamilton. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.

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LIFE CHANGING REALITIES FELLOWSHIP 2201 N. Wayne St., Angola. Sunday services 9 a.m., 11 a.m.

MESSIAH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 6200 E. S.R. 120, Howe. Saturday worship 2:30 p.m.

ONE TRUTH CHRISTIAN OUTREACH 124 W. Hobart St., Ashley. Sunday noon.

NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN CENTER 900 S. Wayne St., Waterloo. 837-3631. Sunday 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m.

REVELATION CHAPEL OF STEUBEN COUNTY 6265 E. 800N, Fremont. Sunday service 10:10 a.m.

THE OLDE YORK CHURCH 8740 E. C.R. 300N, Fremont. 495-1911. Worship 9 a.m.

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