Alice Schleicher still enjoying success 35 years after buying first KFC
A young girl growing up on her family’s farms in Floyd Knobs and Charlestown, Alice J. Schleicher, really didn’t know what she was going to do when she grew up. She knew what she loved to do, she loved music. She took piano lessons for nine years and loved singing in her church’s choir and enjoying time at church camp and church activities.
STATEHOUSE - While some new Indiana laws from this past session have already gone into effect, the majority just went into effect July 1. It is important that everyone know what changes our state is making, which is why this will be part one of a four-part series of columns discussing new Indiana laws.
It was a busy time at Pekin Park during the afternoon of July 4. After the parade winded down, guests poured into the park’s outdoor shelter to watch several performances and competitions take place at the park’s stage area. And though the brutal heat forced the bouncy houses across the way to shut down hours early, the rising temperatures couldn’t slow down the energy that Pekin’s local youth and entertainers were demonstrating on stage.