Miles for Merry Miracles PDF Print E-mail

Nearly 450 people gathered together beneath the shadow of New Albany’s Amphitheater on the morning of Saturday, December 1, for the 5th annual Miles for Merry Miracles 5K walk/run.. Miles for Merry Miracles is a volunteer-run organization that works every year to support the Salvation Army and the Angel Tree program during the holidays.
The entrance fee to entering the 5K is simply to sponsor a child from the Angel Tree. After the race, participants go shopping for toys, clothes and other items their child needs and drops them off for the M4MM staff, who in turn discreetly pass these presents out to the children’s parents during their annual Christmas party.
410 people ran or walked the 5K’s route along the Ohio River this year, a new record for the continually growing nonprofit. 380 of those participants managed to complete the course in just over an hour. Miles for Merry Miracles started half a decade back as the Eagle Scout project of local youth Nick Hebert, who is currently living in Honduras on a two year missionary trip sponsored by his church.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of under-privileged families in our community have been helped by the generous acts of Merry Miracle racers and supporters over the past few years. As of race day 2012, 650 children had been sponsored this year alone through the organization.
For more information on Miles for Merry Miracles, visit www.m4mm.org.

 
Borden boys remain perfect with win PDF Print E-mail

The Southern Athletic Conference opened the season with Borden and Lanesville at Borden Friday night. The final score was 76 to 68, Borden, but the game was a tough struggle for both teams.

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Musketeers make plays down the stretch to knock off WW PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 00:00

Both the Eastern and West Washington boys’ basketball teams had opportunities to win Friday’s county showdown in Pekin.

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Ceremonies for Star Hill Road and St. John’s Road projects PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 00:00

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), Clark County and local elected officials will break ground celebrating the beginning construction of Star Hill Road, as well as cutting ribbon for the completion of St. John’s Road.  The ceremonies will take place at 3:30 p.m. local time on Friday, December 7, at 19816 Huber Road in Borden.

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Cullen Assistant Principal of the Year PDF Print E-mail

On Sunday, November 18, 2012, the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) recognized Tom Cullen, Assistant Principal at East Washington High School, as the 2012 State Secondary Assistant Principal of the Year.

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