Inaugural “Orange/Blue Blowout” games to be held at SCMS PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 12 February 2009 00:00
    Silver Creek Middle School is proud to present an incredible evening of fun and entertainment on Friday, February 27 at 6 p.m. in the gymnasium at the school.
    As an opportunity to raise funds for academic school trips and to make a donation to the Leukemia Foundation in honor of one of Silver Creek Middle School's former students, Jonnae Taylor, the following events will take place: first, a basketball game between the school's eighth grade girls and eighth grade boys. A trophy plaque will be given to the winner to be displayed in the school showcase; secondly, a basketball game between an “orange team” and a “blue team” of co-ed eighth grade basketball team members. A trophy plaque will be given to the winner of this game, also to be displayed in the showcase and thirdly, they will hold a basketball game between their co-ed eighth grade team members and their “teacher/staff all stars.” This game will be highlight the evening and a “Dragon Rights” trophy will be presented and showcased for the winning team.
    Entertainment at half times and between games will be provided by the Silver Creek jazz band, the Royal Sensation dance team, SCMS cheerleaders and the singing of the National Anthem and the Silver Creek fight song will be presented by “The Singing Dragons.”
    Disc jockeys from Spin Around Sound will be the Masters of Ceremonies and provide music to rock the Dragon Den.
    The concession stand will be serving Vicario's Pizza, hot dogs, nachos and snacks. The cost of the event is $3 per person.
    Each of the school's sixth, seventh and eighth grade classes are asked to show their spirit by filling the stands with their classmates and the winning grade will display a banner in its hallway showing that grade to have the true “Heart of the Dragon.”
    The public is invited to attend this great evening of fun. For more information please call the school at 246-4421.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 February 2009 13:34
 
CASA seeking community groups to speak to PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 12 February 2009 00:00
    The Court Appointed Special Advocate Program (CASA- The Voice of Clark County's Children) is seeking community and church groups in Clark County to speak to about the CASA Program. The CASA Program trains volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children.
    A five-minute program, a nine-minute program or a 12-minute program is available for groups interested in learning more about opportunities to volunteer in the CASA program.
    Please contact Elizabeth Wilson at 812-285-0743.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 February 2009 13:38
 
?Pirate baseball finalizes ‘09 Schedule, opens with Michigan school PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
?    The Charlestown High School Pirates baseball team has finalized its 2009 schedule and includes an exciting opening game to begin the season.
    Charlevoix High School, of Michigan, is making a stop to play the Pirates on their way to Tennessee for their annual Spring Break trip. The game will be both team's opening game for the 2009 season, and also will mark the first time the Pirates have played an out of state team since the 2005 season (when they traveled to Ballard High School (KY) for the Ballard Invitational).
    Coach Ricky Romans comments, "We are eager to get things going this season. After finishing up last season with a disappointing ending, the guys are ready to hit the ground running in 09."  
    The Pirates return many of the same faces from a year ago, including 11 that have experienced varsity action.  
    "As with any program, pitching will be the key. We will be led by senior Cameron Metzger and junior Bryan Williams; and will need contributions from some of our young guys as well."  
    Offensively, the Pirates will miss the production and overall leadership of graduate All-State Clayton Merschbrock, but will have many guys that have the experience to fill his shoes.  
    "Leading that charge should be Cameron Metzger, followed by fellow seniors Matt Wyatt, Damon Vest, Joel Rodriguez, and Chad Brady,” said Coach Romans.  
    Overall, it will be another challenging season in the Mid-Southern Conference. Annual out of conference games against New Albany, Providence, and Madison will provide plenty of tests for the team in preparation of a successful post-season.  
    Coach Romans continued, "If we come ready to work everyday and focus on improving throughout the season, we should be primed for another winning season and an opportunity to make some noise in the Conference and Sectional."      The complete schedule, including a printable version is available from the Pirate Baseball Sports Page.  Catch Coach Romans' halftime interview during the Corydon boys basketball game broadcast, February 7 on Pirate Pride Sports Broadcasting.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2009 13:33
 
?FEMA awards $94,402 in assistance grants to Monroe Township Volunteer Fire Department PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
 ?  The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded $94,402 from the Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) program to the Monroe Township Volunteer Fire Department in Henryville, Ind. Nationally, the fiscal year (FY) 2008 AFG awards will provide approximately $500 million to fire departments and nonaffiliated emergency medical service organizations throughout the country.
   The AFG and SAFER programs are the result of an effort by the Federal government to ensure the provision of a solid foundation for local fire and emergency response services. These grants help to ensure the nation’’s firefighters have the basic tools and resources necessary to safely perform their responsibilities, save lives and continue to protect residents from fire.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2009 13:35
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?Clark County Property Tax Extension PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
?    Shirley Nolot, Clark County Treasurer, has extended the property tax deadline for Clark County to Friday, February 6 due to the bad weather. Shirley recognized the bad weather has kept property owners from being able to get out and didn’t want owners penalized due to the weather.
    The second installment for the property taxes from 2007 due in 2008 was to be paid by Tuesday, February 3 and the deadline has been extended to Friday, February 6.
    Nolot wanted to remind taxpayers they can pay their taxes in person at the Treasurer’s office at the Court House in Jeffersonville. They can also mail the taxes to The Clark County Treasurer, PO Box 1508, Jeffersonville, IN 47131. Taxpayers can also pay their taxes at New Washington State Bank, Main Source Bank and Community Bank.
    Nolot hopes that this will help everyone make the due date.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2009 13:36
 
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