Unique event to celebrate Christmas season to be held at Speed Memorial Church
An historic pipe organ at a historically unique church is the setting for a Winter Organ Recital, Sunday, December 18 at 3 p.m. Speed Memorial Church will host the American Guild of Organists program, featuring nine organists from Indiana and Kentucky, playing on a 95?year?old Henry Pilcher pipe organ.
The third annual Big Blue Madness will be held on Saturday, Nov 19 beginning at 6 p.m. Big Blue Madness is the annual basketball season kickoff event that includes mini?scrimmages for the seventh grade through the current varsity team and will conclude with the second annual Alumni game.
Silver Creek football making commitments for future success
Tomorrow night something will happen in Sellersburg that has not happened since Franklin Delano Roosevelt was President. Tomorrow night Silver Creek High School head football coach Mike Donahue will award varsity letters to deserving members of his team. It will be the first time varsity letters will be awarded for football since 1942.
Clark and Floyd branches ... YMCA offers activities, classes for all ages in November
The YMCA of Southern Indiana welcomes the public??Y members and non?members alike??to participate in a variety of activities this month. For more details, call the Clark County Branch (4812 Hamburg Pike in Jeffersonville) or Floyd County Branch (33 State St. in New Albany) at (812) 283?9622, or log onto the website at www.ymcasi.org.
Clark County voters make a few changes in their leaders during recent General Election
Clark County voters took to the polls last Tuesday to voice their opinion for local races. Sellersburg and Charlestown residents took time to vote for their favorites with a few changes in current administrations being made. Clark County had 27.73 percent voter turnout as 17,888 ballots were cast for the 64,512 registered voters in the county. In Clark County 1,852 voters chose to vote straight Republican (40.23 percent) as 2,669 voted straight Democrat (57.97) and 83 voted straight Libertarian (1.80 percent).