Daimler AG has chosen Croatia as its destination for the model’s premiere Mercedes A-Class.The presentation will be accompanied by renowned journalists and experts from the automotive industry, who will visit Šibenik, ie Fortress Barone be a spectacular finale to a test drive along the Adriatic coast. Apart from them, the event will be accompanied by journalists who, in addition to topics from the automotive industry, cover tourism and travel, which will contribute to the recognition of fortresses and the promotion of Šibenik as a destination, but also central Dalmatia, worldwide.”We are honored by the fact that our Fortress was chosen by a large international company such as Daimler Mercedes as a representative place to present the results of their long-term work. We are glad that Šibenik fortresses are recognized not only as a tourist attraction, but also as an excellent location for business events like this, and we hope that they will not be lacking in the future.” said Gorana Barišić – Bačelić, director of the Public Institution of the Fortress of Culture Šibenik.In sixteen days, the fortress and Šibenik will be visited by more than 400 journalists from all over the world, which is why the Barone Fortress will be open to the public with adapted working hours. On the weekend ahead, April 7 and 8, the fortress will be closed for daily visits due to the preparation of the event itself. During the event, from 9 to 24 April, on weekdays (Monday to Friday), visitors can visit the Barone Fortress from 9 am to 14 pm and from 18 pm to 20 pm. On weekends, the fortress will work according to regular working hours, from 9 am to 20 pm.On Wednesday, April 25, the fort will be closed to the public, and from Thursday, April 26, it will continue to operate according to regular business hours, from 9 a.m. to 20 p.m. During this period, the Fortress of St. Mihovila will be open from 9 am to 20 pm every day, and daily tickets for visiting the fortresses will be available at reduced prices, reports the Public Institution of the Šibenik Fortress of Culture.Šibenik fortresses extend their working hoursŠibenik Fortress extends its working hours so that all those interested can enjoy the most beautiful views of the city. Thus the fortresses of Sts. Michael and the Barons will be open to daily visitors daily, from 9 a.m. to 20 p.m.
Theresa M. Scheele, age 51 of Oldenburg, died Sunday, September 8, 2019 at The Waters of Batesville. Born June 12, 1968 in Batesville, she is the daughter of Dolores (Nee: Barnhorst) and Lambert Scheele. She was a graphic designer for the Hill-Rom Company 20 years and also spent four years in Housekeeping for Jancoa.Theresa dearly loved her niece and nephews and thought of them as her own children. She was an effective peacemaker when a difference of opinion occurred. As a graphic designer, she was a natural artist and like to paint and sketch. Theresa had a natural green thumb, able to grow anything and also enjoyed cross stitching, romance novels and working jigsaw puzzles.She is survived by her mother Dolores of Oldenburg; sister Roberta Weisenbach of Morris; brothers Edward of Green Castle, Indiana, Mike of El Cajon, California; niece Angela Weisenbach and nephews Christopher Weisenbach, Robert Scheele and Jonathon Scheele. She is preceded in death by her father and sister Patricia Scheele.Visitation is Saturday, September 14th, from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home. Funeral services follow at 11:30 a.m. at Holy Family Church with Rev. Carl Langenderfer O.F.M. officiating and burial in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to Margaret Mary Health Hospice Foundation or the Holy Family Capital Improvement Fund.