Pirates secure third straight MSC Football title PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 08 October 2009 00:00
    The Pirate Football Team (6?1 and 5?0 MSC) secured at least a share of their third consecutive Mid?Southern Conference Championship by outlasting Salem on Homecoming & Senior Night last Friday.  
    The Lions (4?3 and 3?2 MSC) held the Pirates to 165 yards of total offense and dominated the time of possession but failed to score offensively against the Pirates’ defense.  
    After a scoreless first half, which included a 31 yard missed Salem field goal, the Pirates scored on their first possession of the second half, when senior Michael Baines capped a four play, 36 yard drive with a 22 yard touchdown run. The extra point try was blocked keeping the score at 6?0 until the Pirates gave up a safety to improve field possession with 2:21 left in the game.  
    The Pirate defense smothered the Lions' chances at a game winning scoring drive with solid defense causing Salem to turn the ball over on downs without positive yardage to win the game.  
    Pirate Pride Sports Broadcasting named seniors Michael Baines and Josh Graham Tumbletown Co?Offensive Players of the Game while naming the entire Pirate Defensive Unit the Tumbletown Co?Defensive Players of the Game, lead by Clay Daniel, Lucas Poteet and Eric Kruse.  
    The Pirates finish conference play this Friday when traveling to North Harrison (1?6 and 1?4 MSC) to take on the Cougars.  
    Pirate Pride Sports Broadcasting will go on the air live at 6:45 p.m for the scheduled 7 p.m kick?off.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 October 2009 07:39
 
Mill Creek Baptist Church plans Fall Revival PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 08 October 2009 00:00
      Be a Three Scooper at Mill Creek Baptist Church's Fall Revival beginning Monday, October 12 and continuing through Wednesday, October 14.
    “We want to invite the community to come out and fellowship with us and enjoy a great program of music and special preaching for our revival,” said Pastor Kyle Hall. “And you can be a three scooper!”
    Hall refers to the ice cream social planned for Wednesday, October 14 after the final service.
    “We'll have the deacons serving ice cream and if you came for one night of the revival, you get one scoop of ice cream,” Hall described. “If you come for two nights, you get two scoops. If you've come every night you'll be a three scooper! Naturally, we'd like to have everyone come all three nights and be three scoopers!”
    The services will begin at 7 p.m. each night with visiting guest speaker, Bro. Tim Day.
    There will also be special singing each night.
    Monday night at 6 p.m. there will be a meal before the service.
    For more information, please call Padtor Hall at (812) 883-3187 or (812) 620-9167.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 October 2009 07:41
 
Mans best friend could be a shelter dog PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 08 October 2009 00:00
    In conjunction with October being Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, your next best friend could be a shelter dog. There are over 10 million animals that go into shelters each year; for Washington County there are between 1,000 to 1,200 taken to the Humane Society of Washington County. With this many animals being taken to local shelters, we as a community need to help control the pet population by having our pets spayed or neutered as this would drastically help reduce the number of animals taken in to the shelter. With money being tight right now, it is hard to come up with an extra $100 to pay for a spay or  neuter. One of the perks of adopting from the shelter is the spay and neuter cost is included with the adoption fee, along with a rabies vaccination. At the Washington County Shelter the adoption fee for a dog is $55. For only $55 your new pet will be spayed or neutered,  receive a rabies vaccination and mircochipped for a safe return home, if lost. Think of this as money going to a charity, because, in fact, the money for adoptions goes into providing more animals a chance at a better life. Each animal that comes to the shelter is provided food, water and place to rest until that special someone comes to take them home.
    Talking with several adopters, they each have the same feelings of adopting from a shelter; they would never hesitate in adopting again. If you stop to think of the the possible life the dogs have had prior to being rescued or taken to the shelter, these dogs have had to find their own food, shelter and have had little or no contact with people. This being said, when a shelter dog becomes part of your family they are loyal and thankful to you for rescuing them.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 October 2009 07:42
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Upcoming events at the Library PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 08 October 2009 00:00
     The following are upcoming events at Salem Public Library for the month of October:
Teen book swap - Teens take advantage of this great way to get something new to read without spending any of your hard earned summer money. Drop off your clean, gently used books at the Salem Public Library, or at Salem Middle or High School Libraries anytime between Sept. 1 and Oct. 14. For each book you drop off you will receive one coupon to be used at the book swap on Friday, October 16 or Saturday, October 17 from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. at the Salem Public Library.
Where the WILD Things Are -
    Let the will Rumpus begin! For kids in Grades K - 5. October 8, at 4:30 p.m. Join Max and the WILD things for lots of fun acitvities and games at the Salem Public Library. Pre-registration is required.
Yu-Gi-Oh - 
    For Grades 2 - 12 (Players 8 and under must have a parent present.) Tuesday, October 20 from 4 to 7 p.m. Bring your cards and play THIS IS NOT A TOURNAMENT. Stay and Play as long as you would like. Trading is at your own risk. Rules posted and must be followed. No registration required for this program.
Girls Only Chocolate Party -
    For teen girls in grades 6 - 12 Thursday, October 22, at 4:30 p.m. Come join us at the library for a sweet time! Make a chocolately creation to take home and enjoy a chocolately treat. Registration is required and you must register before October 20. No late registrations will be taken.
Family Night -
    Bring the whole family and enjoy some time together this fall. Play games, read together or just relax. October 22 will be Craft Night. Family 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the program room. Pre-registration required for this Family Night.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 October 2009 07:44
 
Buckhead Mountain Grill and Rocky’s Sub Pub in Jeffersonville Host Annual Breast Cancer Survivor Dinner for 10th Year PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 October 2009 00:00
    As a kickoff to the 2009 Komen Louisville Race for the Cure and October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Buckhead Mountain Grill and Rocky’s Sub Pub are honored to host the Breast Cancer Survivor Dinner on the waterfront in Jeffersonville. The dinner will be held on Tuesday, October 6.
    Buckhead’s and Rocky’s for the past 10 years have worked with the Kentucky Cancer Program (KCP), part of the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, in putting on this wonderful dinner for over 800 local Breast Cancer Survivors. The dinner is free to all breast cancer survivors in the Louisville Metro/Southern Indiana area.
    “We are very excited because it is our 10th year hosting this dinner for so many amazing women of the community,” Kelly Leonardo, Director of Marketing with Buckhead Management said. “This dinner is a celebration of life and of survival, but it is also a chance for us to celebrate the lives of those who lost their battle with Breast Cancer.”  
    Buckhead’s and Rocky’s will donate the services of the restaurants' food, tent and staff.  Each of their employees looks forward to volunteering their time for such a great cause. This year’s dinner will have a country theme and will be MC’ed by Radio Personality Mel Fisher from WAMZ and entertainment will be from an up and coming Country musician, Candy Coburn, who has a hit song dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness entitled “Pink Warrior”.
    "This is such a wonderful opportunity for the breast cancer survivors to come together for this event that Buckhead's and Rocky’s so graciously hosts,” Pam Jennings of the Kentucky Cancer Program said.  “For some women, they say this is as exciting to them as Christmas!   They look forward to it each year and love to feel special by this event."
Last Updated on Thursday, 01 October 2009 07:26
 
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