Come home to Highland!

TOWN OF HIGHLAND COPYRIGHT © 2017

11 AM

SATURDAY

JUNE 3

 

Early registration

before May 26

 

$15 per person

$5 children 12 and under

 

includes lunch and drawstring bag.

 

Registration brochures are available at Town Hall, Lincoln  Center and the chamber office.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

Call (219) 923-3666 or www.highlandgriffith

chamber.com

CALLING ALL VETERANS! Town Council President Dan Vassar would like a member of the military — Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard or National Guard — to deliver the president’s address during the Memorial Day ceremony HOW TO APPLY: If you are a veteran or enlisted soldier from Highland and would like to deliver the Memorial Day address, call Dan Vassar at (219) 924-1945 or email dvassar@highland.in.gov. 

CLASSIC CAR CRUISE: Calling all classic car enthusiasts! If you have a classic car or antique hot rod, join us from 1 to 5 p.m. June 3 for the Highland Main Street Car Cruise in downtown Highland. Cars may be registered onsite that afternoon. One lucky cruiser will walk away with the Van Senus Auto Value Award and 10 others with Sponsor Choice Awards. Rain date is June 4. Click to download brochure. INFO: Contact Lance Ryskamp at (219) 972-7598 or lryskamp@highland.in.gov. 

HIGHLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Please join the Highland Historical Society at 7 p.m. May 25 at Lincoln Community Center for a special journey through time with Elmo Parlor, one of the town’s foremost historians. A descendant of the town’s first settlers – Michael and Judith Johnston – Parlor will share how he researches and documents the region’s past as well as some of his incredible finds,which include photos collected through the decades. Those who attend are welcome to bring historical mementos to share. Refreshments will be served. INFO: Email Sue Douthett at highlandhistory@sbcglobal.net. 

EMERGENCY CONTACT FORM: The Highland Police Department is rolling out a new service designed to save precious seconds when it matters most. Police urge seniors and those who have a handicap or disability to be proactive. The process is simple. Fill out a form that lists a trusted contact. Individuals on the form should be able to respond quickly in emergency situations with a key to the residence. Click here to download an emergency contact form. QUESTIONS? Call Deputy Cmdr. John Banasiak at the Highland Police Department at (219) 838-3184 or email jbanasiak@highland.in.gov.