Fish fry, golf outing planned in Hoagland

The Hoagland Area Advancement Association will host its annual fish fry and chicken dinner 4-7 p.m. June 19 at the Hoagland Community Center, 11320 Hoagland Road, Hoagland. The dinner is drive-through only.

The cost is $12 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12, and free for children 4 and younger. The menu will include Dan’s fish and chicken, and a choice of two sides from homemade coleslaw, potato salad, apple sauce and roll.

The HAAA will host its 26th annual golf outing Aug. 15 at Brookwood Golf Club, 10304 Bluffton Road, Fort Wayne, with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. The entry fee is $260 per team, which includes green fees, two carts and prizes. After golf, guests are invited to a hog roast at the Hoagland Park Pavilion.

The entry fee deadline is Aug. 14. For information, call Kim Hathaway at 260-517-3275, Joe Niemeyer at 260-701-3500, or Dustin Daniels at 260-223-1163. Mail entries to Joe Niemeyer, P.O. Box 55, Hoagland, Indiana 46745. Make checks payable to Hoagland Area Advancement Association or HAAA.

St. Patrick’s plans June 5 fish fry

St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Arcola will offer a fish fry from 4:30-7 p.m. Friday, June 5.

Service will be drive-thru only.

Full meals are $10. All-fish containers are $12.

St. Patrick’s Church is at 12305 Arcola Road, Fort Wayne.

Arcola thrift store reopening

Arcola Community Thrift Store and More will reopen June 10.

The store, 11400 Arcola Road in downtown Arcola, will be open weekly 10 a.m.-noon on Wednesdays, and 9 a.m.-noon on Saturdays.

The store will be accepting donated items by appointment. Call 260-625-6111 for donation dates and times.

Huntertown garage sales begin Thursday

Community-wide garage sales for the town of Huntertown are scheduled for June 4, 5 and 6.

New Haven City Hall reopens

New Haven City Hall reopened to the public — but by appointment only — on Tuesday, May 26.

In a COVID-19 pandemic update on Wednesday, May 20, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced moving Indiana to Stage 3 of the Back-on-Track plan.

Whenever practical, these meetings should take place outside or in a communal area to decrease the potential of contaminating multiple areas. All areas where appointments are to be held will have hand sanitizer and wipes available as well as markings to promote social distancing.

When the City of New Haven shifts to Stage 4, city facilities will open without restriction. Currently this is planned for Monday, June 15. All public areas will continue the same sanitization and social distancing protocols from Stage 3. City Council, Board of Works and other meetings will be open for public attendance. New Haven will continue livestreaming public meetings to provide access to residents who do not want to attend in person.

Anyone wishing to schedule a public meeting is asked to contact the City Hall offices directly.

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