10-15-2020 Honor Credit Union announces 11th Annual Teacher Awards

Honor Credit Union announces 11th Annual Teacher Awards

Honor Credit Union is excited to announce the 11th Annual Teacher Awards. Staying true to its roots in education, Honor is committed to recognizing our local teachers for the time and effort put forth throughout the school year. Teachers are invited to apply for the Annual Teacher Awards by explaining in 200 words or less how they would use an additional $200 to benefit their classroom and students. 2020 has been and will continue to be, an especially challenging year for our educators. Honor Credit Union understands that giving back to our teachers and schools is of the utmost importance, now more than ever. Therefore, we have increased not only the number of teachers awarded, but the prize amount as well. This year, 70 teachers will be awarded a $200 Amazon gift card, with a limit of one award per classroom. Applications are being accepted now through Nov. 20, 2020, and winners will be notified by Dec. 18, 2020. Please note, it is not a requirement for applicants to be a member of Honor Credit Union to be eligible to win. For complete details, and to submit your entry for Honor’s Annual Teacher Awards, please visit honorcu.com/teachers. Honor Credit Union is proud to serve more than 85,000 members across the State of Michigan. Providing solutions for your financial success and giving back to the communities we serve remain the driving forces behind Honor Credit Union. For more information, call 800-442-2800, or visit www.honorcu.com.

Rule’s celebrating 50 years George “Eddie” Rule and Vickie (Williamson) Rule married in Athens, Alabama on Oct. 21, 1970. They have lived most of their 50 married years in the Hartford, Watervliet and Coloma area. Currently they reside in St. Joseph. Eddie and Vickie have three daughters, Dawn (Tim) Sexton, Cindy (Ryan) Engle, and Kelly (Jeremy) Sutherland; nine grand children; five step-grandchildren; and six great-step-grandchildren. Eddie was a minister of New Apostolic Church in Watervliet for 40 years and also worked at the Benton Harbor Post Office for 21 years. Vickie worked at Hair Innovations and Day Spa for 27 years, retiring in 2019 but continuing there one day a week doing facials. For enjoyment, Eddie likes to golf and Vickie sings in the church choir and reads.


N.B. Historical Museum shares cemetery tour virtual program, Oct. 20

The North Berrien Historical Museum is thrilled to announce that on October 20 they will share through their Facebook page a pre-recorded video program shot on location in cemeteries found in Coloma, Watervliet, Bainbridge, and Hagar. Utilizing research and images from the Museum archives, NBHM Programs Director Peter Cook will discuss several local historical figures and family stories associated with individuals buried at each of these sites. The videos will become available on Facebook on Tuesday, Oct. 20 starting at 7:00 p.m. with a tour of Coloma Cemetery. The other township videos will be made available every fifteen minutes throughout the hour with Watervliet Cemetery at 7:15 p.m., New Hope and St. Paul Cemeteries in Bainbridge at 7:30 p.m., and all three cemeteries in Hagar Township at 7:45 p.m. Each video is approximately ten minutes in length. The Museum’s Facebook page can be found at www.facebook.com/northberrienhistory. Please contact peter@northberrienhistory.org with any questions.