LOCAL BRIEFS: May 16, 2022 | News

Library administrators will meet on Tuesday

GOSHEN — The Goshen Public Library Board will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

The meeting will be held at the GPL Auditorium, 601 S. 5th Street, according to a press release.

The school board will host a session

GOSHEN — A Fairfield School Board executive session will be held Tuesday at 5 p.m.

The session will be held at the Fairfield Community Schools Administration Office at 67240 CR 31, according to a news release.

Library for organizing events

SYRACUSE — The Syracuse Public Library will host several activities for the week of May 23.

The library received several one-square-foot seed packets, featuring Midwestern wildflowers, to donate, according to a news release. Up to three packets are given to each family, either at the library or at the Native Plant Sale from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 4 at the WACF property on the Ind. 13.

The Friends of the Syracuse Public Library will be hosting a half-price book sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, May 27 at the library. A selection of vintage books will be available to you with special prices. Additionally, Friends bags will also be available for $5.

The library will close in observance of Memorial Day on May 30. Staff members will participate in the Syracuse Memorial Day Parade, which begins at 1:30 p.m., the statement added.

To learn more, stop by the library at 115 E. Main St., or contact them at 574-457-3022 or visit online at www.syracuse.lib.in.us.

IDHS Honors Indiana EMS Week

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is celebrating Indiana EMS Week May 15-21, as Governor Eric J. Holcomb proclaimed.

“Indiana Emergency Medical Services personnel are a dedicated group of individuals who engage in scenarios where people are having the worst day of their lives,” a press release said.

This year’s theme is Meeting the Challenge. Participants can follow and read the stories that impacted EMS providers the most on the IDHS website or on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

National EMS Week was authorized in 1974 by President Gerald Ford to celebrate EMS practitioners.

“This week brings together medical personnel and the local communities they serve to celebrate their life-saving services every day,” the statement added.

Cars & Coffee back on May 21

AUBURN – Cars & Coffee, presented by Hagerty, returns to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum on May 21, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

According to a press release, recreational, custom, antique and performance cars of all types are invited to the Education and Exhibit Plaza located across from the museum.

Free coffee will be provided by 9th Street Brew of Auburn. Museum staff will be on hand to answer questions, and museum curator Sam Grate will give descriptions of the museum cars featured in the Plaza.

A 1964 Corvette Sting Ray is offered as part of a raffle to benefit the museum. It will be on display and tickets will be available for purchase during the event. The draw for the Corvette or cash prizes will take place in December 2022.

Cars & Coffee is presented on the third Saturday of each month, from May to September, the statement added.

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automotive Museum is located at 1600 S. Wayne St., Auburn. To learn more, visit automobilemuseum.org.