Pirate Pride All Sports Recognition Dinner & Auction to be held April 22
The fifth Annual Pirate Pride All Sports Recognition Dinner & Auction will be held on Sunday, April 22 in the Auxiliary Section of the CHS Sports Arena at Charlestown High School. The event, sponsored by the Charlestown Pirate Pride Booster Club, recognizes student athletes, coaches, staff and volunteers of all Charlestown High School sports, including the Marching Band of Pirates. Back by popular demand, the event will again be catered by the legendary Schnitzelbank Restaurant of Jasper. Doors will open at 4 p.m. and dinner will begin serving at 5:30 p.m. Don’t miss this opportunity to not only support Pirate Pride’s efforts in bolstering Pirate and Lady Pirate Athletics; but also help the community recognize all the outstanding high school student athletes in each sport. It’s a relaxing, enjoyable, family atmosphere event that hundreds regularly attend each year. This is the Pirate Pride anchor event fundraiser that allows for a great majority of the support Pirate Pride provides for the talented student athletes.
The Charlestown Wrestling Club recently held a wrestling tournament at Charlestown High School. Pictured is Seth McCutchen pinning his opponent. McCutchen is a junior at Charlestown High School.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 April 2012 11:04
344,000 pounds of debris later, Marysville residents still have a lot to do
by MARTY RANDALL Staff Writer Green Banner Publications Though the stricken Marysville area may not be getting all the media coverage that the Henryville neighborhood of Clark County has attracted since March 2, there were a lot of out-of-county volunteers working there on Sunday, March 11, making a difference any way they could.
Clark County 4-H Shooting Sports call out meting announced
The year 2012 marks the 15th year of the Clark County 4-H Shooting Sports Program. Last year over 50 youth enrolled and enjoyed the advisement of Indiana State 4-H certified instructors giving them firearm safety instruction and several “hands on” range experiences with shotguns, rifles and handguns.
Goodwill of Southern Indiana, Inc. has issued vouchers to the Red Cross and the Salvation Army for the victims of Friday’s tornados. The vouchers will enable the tornado victims to come to all Southern Indiana Goodwill stores and obtain whatever items they need free of charge.