LOCAL MEMORIES: June 6, 2022 | New


Eucharistic procession set for June 19

FORT WAYNE — The Diocese of Fort-Wayne South Bend will hold a diocesan-wide Eucharistic procession and festival in Warsaw on Corpus Christi Day, June 19.

The event will kick off the three-year eucharistic revival for the Catholic Church in the United States, a press release said. Several thousand people are expected, with a multitude of ethnic groups in traditional dress taking part in the event.

The afternoon will begin with prayer and music at 2:30 p.m. at the Parish of the Sacred Heart. The procession, led by Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, will stop halfway through the 2.8-mile walk in Central Park for a prayer and Eucharistic blessing. It will end at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish with the blessing and devotional hymns sung in six languages.

A Eucharistic Festival begins immediately after at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish and features live music by Kairy Marquez, food for sale from different ethnic cultures, local performers and vendors, a children’s area, food booths information, an exhibition on Eucharistic miracles and much more. . The festival will end at 7 p.m.

For more information, visit diocesefwsb.org/eucharist.

Goshen council meets today

GOSHEN — The Goshen City Council will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. tonight.

For the council package, go to https://goshenindiana.org/media/uploads/1/12019_6.6.2022-Council-Packet-web.pdf.

For a live stream of this meeting, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82807638406 or call 312-626-6799 or 929-205-6099. The meeting ID is 828 0763 8406.

To speak during the public meeting, use the “raise your hand” feature on the Zoom meeting or dial “9” if calling by phone.

MCS will hold a public hearing

MIDDLEBURY – Middlebury Community Schools will hold a public hearing at 4pm on Tuesday.

The hearing will be held at the Administrative Center at 56853 Northridge Drive, according to a news release.

The Council will organize a session, a meeting

WAKARUSA — The Wakarusa City Council will meet twice this week.

It will hold a working session today at 6:30 p.m., and a regular meeting on Tuesday, also at 6:30 p.m., according to a statement.

Both will take place at City Hall at 100 W. Waterford St.

VBS will work next week

GOSHEN – People’s Bible Church, 68074 US 33, will host a Vacation Bible School from 9:30-11:30 a.m. June 13-17.

The school is open to children from 5 to 12 years old, free of charge and without prior registration. For more information, call 574-642-3884 or email [email protected]

LRC will meet tonight

LAGRANGE — The LaGrange Redevelopment Commission will meet at 5:45 p.m. Monday.

To join the Zoom meeting, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7715194193?pwd=OUVZSEtjcWgvYVpHNStxQ294eVdTQT09.

The meeting ID is 771 519 4193 and the passcode is 890394.

Traffic restrictions expected for Goshen

GOSHEN — The city of Goshen is asking commuters for patience and calm as some thoroughfares are closed for road construction this summer.

“Drivers are urged to be aware of construction areas and the workers within them – and to be patient,” a press release said. “It will be essential that the teams work in a safe environment to carry out these construction projects.”

For up-to-date information on traffic restrictions, follow the City of Goshen’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CityOfGoshen or sign up for the city’s email newsletter at https:// mailchi.mp/6f1e2d154619/cityofgoshen. For more details on the projects, visit https://goshenindiana.org/ongoing-projects.


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