Come home to Highland!
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
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 email@example.com.
DRUG TAKE-BACK PROGRAM: Turn in unused or expired medications instead of flushing or throwing them out. Highland Police will participate in the drug take-back program from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. APRIL 29 at the police department, 3315 Ridge Road. INFO: Call Officer Ken Balon at (219) 838-3184.
SPRiNG CLEANUP DAY: Republic Waste Services will schedule extra crews MAY 9 to collect trash and rubbish generated by spring cleaning. Residents are encouraged to take advantage of the increased collection crews. NOT INCLUDED: Construction debris, concrete, electronics, televisions, household hazardous waste and leaves. Televisions, computers and electronics may be recycled at the Public Works, 8001 Kennedy Ave. INFO: Call (219) 972-5083.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.