LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI_ - Individuals and businesses are encouraged to create displays showing Purdue spirit.
Contest winners will be announced each week based by votes or Facebook "likes."
Boilermaker cheerleaders raised a flag at the Tippecanoe County courthouse to get things started.
In addition to flying flags, West Lafayette mayor John Dennis had another idea on on how he and Lafayette mayor Tony Roswarski can help the football team.
"Tony, I still think, has one year of college eligibility left to play football. I've got four and with a body like this, I think I can make Bart Burrell's record look like nothing," said Dennis.
SpiritMakers will run throughout Purdue's 2012 football season.
People are encouraged to fly a Purdue flag through September first, then on the weekend of all home football games.
More details on SpiritMakers can be found at boilermakerdepot.com .
It was almost a year ago when Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon asked residents to report anything suspicious they see, especially drugs.
Pride Lafayette Inc. is commending the mayors of Lafayette and West Lafayette for their stance against a proposed constitutional ban of same-sex marriage. But other major community entities have yet to take a stand for or against it.
Bauer Family Resources is getting a boost from the Alcoa Foundation. Funds will go towards creating youth programs that will help children grow development skills.