SCHERERVILLE | The Tri Town Safety Village is teaming up with the Lake County Sheriff's Department Pipes & Drums Band to host a visit with Santa from 2-8 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 22 at the Safety Village, 1350 Eagle Ridge Drive.
HOBART | “Leadership is not about popularity. It’s about being effective. Those we honor are those who are the founders, the risk takers and doers and the shakers.”
CROWN POINT | Open to the public and free of charge, the LCMGA Speaker’s Bureau begins a new garden series at Tri Town Safety Village meeting room in Schererville the second Tuesday each month from September to April at 3 pm to 4 pm on seasonal garden topics. Tri Town Safety Village is locat…
SCHERERVILLE | When the Lake County Master Gardeners held the board of directors meeting at the Tri Town Safety Village on July 15, 2011, the vision of teaching children about gardening became a focus for the group.
SCHERERVILLE | Tri-Town Safety Village Executive Director Bill Jarvis spent a lot of time decorating for his Halloween Extravaganza and the Schererville Lions Club came in and pitched in by decorating, putting up tents, setting up games, helping get the 28 businesses on site and ready for the fun.
SCHERERVILLE | Renown artist John Ward will a make special appearance in Schererville to showcase his paintings from 10:00 a.m.-4:00p.m on Saturday, June 11 at the Tri Town Safety Village, 1350 Eagle Ridge Drive.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Fire Department, Tri Town Safety Village and the local Schererville Walmart joined together for a boot drive - a fund raiser - for the Safety Village on May 13.
MERRILLVILLE | The Tri Town Safety Village received a grant for $8,455 from the Lake County Community Fund of Legacy Foundation to expand the number of children able to attend safety training.
SCHERERVILLE | On April 14, the Watson Wildcats beat the Watson School teachers and staff as well as the Schererville Police & Fire teams in a serious game of basketball.
Peifer Elementary School first-graders admire a trophy presented to them by Tri-Town Safety Village Director Bill Jarvis to thank them for collecting the most money for the Safety Village's educational programs in a Penny Wars fundraiser at the school in Schererville.
Schererville Fire Chief Joe Kruzan, from left, Schererville Police Chief Dan Smith, Tri-Town Safety Village Executive Director Bill Jarvis and Canadian National Railway Special Agent Eric Graf present a trophy to Peifer Elementary School kindergartners to thank them for collecting the most m…
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