?Paul Beckort to lead Harrison County Community Foundation Board of Directors in 2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 January 2009 00:00
?    The Harrison County Community Foundation Board of Directors recently elected Paul Beckort of Laconia to serve as its Board President throughout 2009. Paul has served as an HCCF Board member since March 2001. In those years he has served on the Grants Committee, Building Committee, served as Chairman of the Marketing Committee and most recently as Chairman of the Scholarship and Endowment Committee. “Paul has a lot of experience as a foundation board member, having also served as a board member of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana,” said HCCF Executive Director Steve Gilliland. “We are proud to have him as our new president,” added Gilliland.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2009 10:52
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?Meet for Mysteries at the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 January 2009 00:00
?    The New Albany-Floyd County Public Library cordially invites you to participate in their monthly mystery book discussion. Murder by the Book meets in the small meeting room of the Library on the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. The selected title for the month of January is Angels & Demons by Dan Brown.
    In Angels & Demons world renowned symbologist Robert Langdon uncovers a plot by an ancient and powerful secret brotherhood called the Illuminati. This brotherhood has reemerged from obscurity to bring down its most hated enemy - the Catholic Church. When a messenger of Illuminati announces that they have hidden an unstoppable time bomb at the very heart of Vatican City, Robert Langdon, and a beautiful and mysterious Italian scientist, race to assist the Vatican in finding the bomb before it is too late. Come and join Murder by the Book to discuss the international thriller - Angels and Demons.
    February’s title is a true crime tale entitled American Lighting - Terror, Mystery, the Birth of Hollywood and the Crime of the Century by Howard Blum. It is the story of how the bombing of the Los Angeles Times building in 1910 exposed a deadly “national dynamite plot” by trade unionists to terrorize America with 100 bombings in a doomed attempt to force capitalism to its knees. Read how the relentless pursuit of the criminals made a national hero of detective Billy Burns. Come to the mystery book discussion, and start the New Year off discussing mysteries. For a complete list of selections for discussion see the website or pick up a flyer at the library.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2009 10:54
 
?Borden High School Homecoming PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 January 2009 00:00
?    Borden High School will hold their homecoming on Friday, January 9 versus the New Washington Mustangs. Homecoming King and Queen announcements will take place between the Junior Varsity and Varsity games.
    A list of candidates is as follows:
Representing the Freshman Class
Sierra Martin and Chase Blalock
Representing the Sophmore Class
Rachel Kirchgessner and Clint Morris
Representing the Junior Class
Jordan Cook and Dylan Martin
Representing the Senior Class and eligible to become the 2008-2009 Homecoming King or Queen
Andrea Rademacher, Alexis Mitchell, Kayla Plaiss, Chelsie Craddock, Kyle Reeder, Jordan Adams, Drake Potts, and Lee Kirchgessner.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2009 10:56
 
?Highland Hills Middle School launches Box Tops Fundraiser PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 January 2009 00:00
?    Highland Hills Middle School has announced the launch of their 2009 Box Tops for Education fundraising campaign. This year the school has set a goal of earning over $1,000 through Box Tops to defray the costs for educational fieldtrips.
    Box Tops for Education is a school fundraising program started by General Mills in 1996. To date, Box Tops has helped America’s schools raise over $250 million to buy things they need but can’t always afford, such as library books, school supplies and playground equipment. The Box Tops for Education program offers school supporters three easy ways to earn cash for schools through everyday activities such as buying groceries, shopping online and purchasing books. Schools can earn a total of up to $60,000 each year.
    If you’d like to help the students at Highland Hills Middle School reach their goal foe educational fieldtrips, there are several easy ways to get involved.
- Clip Box Tops from hundreds of favorite products and send them to Highland Hills Middle School, “Attention, Box Tops Coordinator” at 3492 Edwardsville Galena Road, Georgetown, IN 47122.
- Sign up to support Highland Hills Middle School on the Box Tops website at btfe.com
- Shop online once you’ve signed up, Highland Hills Middle School will earn a percentage of your purchases made through the Box Tops Marketplace.
- Buy books once you’ve signed up. Highland Hills Middle School will earn a percentage of your purchases made online at Barnes & Noble through the Box Tops Reading Room.
    For more information, please visit btfe.com or contact box tops coordinator, Highland Hills Middle School at (812) 923-4014.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2009 10:58
 
?Greenville Town Council Meeting PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 December 2008 00:00
?    President Talbotte Richardson called the regular monthly meeting to order. Councilpersons present were Bob Wright, Patti Hayes, Hanzel Barclay, and Randal Johnes, along with Clerk Jack Travillian. Also attending the meeting was Water Utility Superintendent Gary Getrost, and other concerned citizens.
    Chaplain Mark Avery opened the meeting with a prayer.
    President Richardson noted the absence of town Attorney Rick Fox due to the passing of his brother. President Richardson expressed the deep sympathy from the town board and the Town of Greenville to Rick Fox and his family.
    The minutes for November were approved as amended. Motion was made by T. Richardson and seconded by R. Johnes (passed 5-0). The minutes for August meeting were approved as amended. Motion was made by R. Johnes and seconded by T. Richardson (passed 5-0). Motion was made by T. Richardson seconded by P. Hayes to accept the 3 page minutes for October. Motion failed (2-3); a roll call vote was called for by President Richardson, Councilman Johnes and Councilman Wright voted nay. Motion was made by T. Richardson and seconded by R. Johnes to accept the 19 page amended minutes for October. Motion passed (3-2); a roll call vote was called for by President Richardson; Councilman Barclay and Councilwoman Hayes voted nay. Council president Richardson, Councilman Johnes and Councilman Wright voted yea.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2008 14:43
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