Pirates Handle Host Dragons, MSC Race Heats Up PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 May 2009 00:00
    The Charlestown Pirate Baseball team (11-4 / 4-1 MSC) completed a very important step in their quest for a conference title Monday night, May 4, when traveling to MSC/County rival Silver Creek (6-10/1-4 MSC) and winning.  The Pirates, committing only two errors, scored seven runs on ten hits and convincingly handed the home standing Dragons a 7-3 defeat to move within a game and a half of first place in the  Mid Southern Conference baseball race.
    The Pirates will host the Austin Eagles (5-1 MSC), who just dropped their first MSC game to Salem, tomorrow in a pivotal conference game.
     Pirate Seniors Vest, Brady, and Metzger all contributed doubles to secure the victory, while Metzger got the win on the mound to improve his record to 3 wins and 1 loss on the season. 
    "A good win tonight!  Cameron threw the ball very well tonight and was in command of all of his pitches.  Our offense did a good job of coming to life when we needed it and our defense played pretty well.  Overall, it was a real nice win," commented Coach Ricky Romans after the game.
     All Pirate fans are encouraged to attend tomorrow night's home game versus Austin, 5 p.m. at the Charlestown Little League Park, and cheer Pirate baseball on their quest for their first MSC title since 1987.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 May 2009 11:36
 
Sellersburg introduces Concerts in the Park PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 May 2009 00:00
    The Sellersburg Parks Board will be sponsoring free concerts in the park this summer.
    The concerts will be on the third Sunday of each month from 2 to 4 p.m. They will be held at the park next to the police department on New Albany Street.
    The first concert will be May 17 with the music being provided by The Robbie Davidson Band. The second concert will be June 21 with the music being provided by Mike Dean and Strictly Country. The third concert will be on July 18 and the Robbie Davidson Band will be back for this concert. The fourth and final concert for the summer will be on August 16 and Ron Poston and The Canyon Wolf Band will be providing the music.
    The Parks Board would like to invite everyone to bring a lawn chair and enjoy the music. This is a new venture and if successful it will be continued in 2010 and will possibly be expanded to include other activities and more concerts.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 May 2009 11:39
 
Charlestown Business Summit to be held May 21 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 May 2009 00:00
    The Charlestown Chamber of Commerce and the City of Charlestown announce the Charlestown Business Summit to be held on Thursday, May 21 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Charlestown Arts and Enrichment Center, 999 Water Street in Charlestown.
    The Charlestown Business Summit provides a forum for all Charlestown businesses to meet and network while learning about plans for the city presented by Mayor Bob Hall and Economic Development Director Bob McEwen, and learn more about the local and regional economy.
    Charlestown Chamber President Rick Cartuyvelles and Mayor Bob Hall invite all businesses located in Charlestown (or interested in Charlestown) to participate, so make plans now to attend this important session.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 May 2009 11:40
 
2009 Showcase of Fashions to be held June 28 at REMC PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 April 2009 00:00
    The annual Showcase of Fashions, sponsored by the Clark County Extension Homemakers and Purdue Extension– Clark County, is scheduled for Sunday, June 28, beginning at 2 p.m. This year’s location will be the Clark County REMC on Highway 60 in Sellersburg.
    The contest is for individuals who sew and are interested in competing at the county and state level. The state contest is held in conjunction with the Indiana State Fair which is held in August each year.
    The Showcase is open to all Clark County residents.
    Categories include: Family Outfits; Dresses; Coat or Suit; Separates; My Choice; Sewing for others, Adult Garments (over 18 years); Sewing for Others/Children’s Garments 0-5 years & 6-12 years; Sewing for Others/Teen Garments 13-17 years; Wedding Gowns/Bridesmaids/Formals and Embroidery Embellished Handmade Garment.
    The county-only categories include Creative Touch to Ready-Wear, Wearable Art. The categories are no longer divided by age. However, there is a special county category for seamstresses under the age of 18. The Divisions are non-professional and professional seamstresses.  Garments modeled must have been made after September 1, 2008.
    Entry forms are available at the Purdue Extension Office in Clark County.
    Questions should be directed to Joyce Dickson, contest chairman, 294-4087 or Reba Colley, Extension Educator, at 256-4591. Entry forms are due June 25.
    If you sew, now is the time to show it off!
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 April 2009 09:12
 
Charlestown Pirate Pride Booster Club hosts Hole in One Contest PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 April 2009 00:00
    On a day fitted more for ice fishing than golf, 16 of the craziest golfers braved the elements on Tuesday, April 21, which included wind, rain and some sleet mixed in, to see who would hit a silly white ball into the cup for a “hole in one” on the par 3 160-yard number 3 green at Hidden Creek Golf Course in Sellersburg, for the grand prize of $50,000 that was up for grabs in the Charlestown Pirate Pride “Hole in One Contest.”
    Sixteen participants qualified for the contest after spending at least $200 at the Second Annual Charlestown Pirate Pride Sports Recognition banquet and auction, which was held in the gym at Charlestown High School. All the proceeds from the event will go toward purchasing weight lifting equipment for the new weight room that will be a part of the new high school.
    While some brave souls brushed aside the weather to hit the range in hopes of perfecting that special shot, others stayed warm and cozy by the fireplace inside the clubhouse before it was time for a chance at fame and glory.
    After drawing for the order to hit, everyone loaded into golf carts and took off in search of the Holy Grail of Golf. Needless to say there was some good-natured ribbing before and after each participants shot, in the end there could only be one winner.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 April 2009 09:14
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