Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Trick or treat hours for the City of Goshen will be Thursday, Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Trick or treat Main Street, an event organized by the Chamber of Commerce, will be Thursday, Oct. 31, from noon to 5 p.m., in downtown Goshen. more
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Norfolk Southern Railroad will close the Railroad crossing on Kercher Road between CR 31 & CR 33, due to a broken rail. They will close it around 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 and expect it to be reopened later that evening, unless delayed by the weather. more
Thursday, October 10, 2019
The second community conversation hosted by the Community Relations Commission and Goshen Community Schools will take place Thursday, October 24 at Schrock Pavilion in Shanklin Park, 411 W. Plymouth Ave. The conversation is titled How Goshen Grows: Balancing Power and Raising up Leaders. This... more
Prior to the end of 2010 and at the beginning of 2011, the CRC started down a path of facilitating dialogue and information-sharing on topics and in environments that are currently important to many in this community. A common and sometimes specific theme throughout these engagements was the CRC Principles for Community Engagement. More specifically, the CRC:
Due to the support of many individuals and groups in the community and the investment of time by many both within and outside of the CRC, each of these endeavors has been implemented and in some cases completed. This page is intended to share information about the Immigration Forum that was held on June 23, 2011 at the Goshen High School Auditorium.
The forum involved a presentation by Dr. Steven Nolt (Professor of History at Goshen College) on the history of immigration, a response from Saulo Padilla (Director of Immigration Education for Mennonite Central Committee), and a response from Bob Schrameyer (Founder and President of Citizens for Immigration Law Enforcement). After the main presentation and responses, the audience was invited to participate in a question and answer session. For additional information about the forum please refer to the program which provides information about the speakers, the purpose of this forum, the sponsors and other information that you will find to be helpful.
Approximately 350-400 people from the community attended this event. The slides presented by Dr. Steve Nolt during his presentation can also be viewed on the CRC Facebook page.
Following the forum more than 60 persons signed up to engage in round table discussions. The purpose of the community round tables will be to:
At this point the CRC continues to plan for these round table discussions. If you would like to participate in these round tables please email us so that we can send you an invitation when the date, time and location are determined.
* Due to technical issues, the final 20 minutes of the forum were not recorded and are unfortunately, not available for posting on this web page.