The Pumpkin Walk
Chasity Resler, left, a Fremont Middle School seventh grader, and Taylor Schlosser, a Fremont Middle School sixth grader, spent part of Monday making a mummy at the Fremont Public Library. Resler and Schlosser were pleased with their end product they promptly named Patricia. The mummies made were be used for the library’s annual Pumpkin Trail. Photo by Jennifer Decker
Fremont First Award
Fremont Town Council President Steve Brown, from left, Steven Schroeder and Cameron Memorial Community Hospital Chief Financial Officer Doug Bomba pose with Schroeder after he was presented the Fremont First Award for the outstanding exterior of his home located on Toledo Street. [Read More]
The Town of Fremont will be accepting applications for a School Crossing Guard Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Successful applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent and pass a background check. Applications are available at the Fremont Town Hall and HERE
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Community Crossing Grant The Town of Fremont was presented a certificate of award for a Community Crossing Matching Grant for $239,106.87. “This is the first year that the Town has received this grant and we are very excited to be part of this very worthwhile program”, said Kathy Parsons, Fremont Clerk-Treasurer. Toni Mori with INDOT presented the certificate to Council President Steve Brown. Jeff Olds, Street employee was also available for the presentation.