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Stinesville Lions Club is sponsoring a community yard sale. It will be held on Saturday, May 30, 2015 from 8AM - 3PM. 15 x 15 booth spaces are available for rent for only $15 per space. Call Carissa at 812-876-2884 for rental information.

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The Ellettsville Lions Club proudly invites you to the 6th Annual Ellettsville Lion Hunt Golf Scramble at 12 Noon on Friday, May 15th 2015 at the Cascades Golf Course. Team fees are $250/team. The cost includes golf, door prizes, cash prizes to the top three teams, and dinner. All proceeds go to support our vision and community service initiatives in Monroe County. Come out and get your weekend started a little early, have fun, and support a great cause. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. To sign up for the scramble logon tohttp://www.elclub.biz/ or call Kenny Williams at 876-3132 for more information.

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Saturday, May 16, 2015. Registration begins 7am. Kids run/walk begins 7:45am. Adult run/walk begins 8am. 

Pre-register by 04/30/15

 

Entry fees:

$20 pre-registered runners/walkers

$22 race day registration

$10 10 $ under fun-run re-registered runners

$12 race-day registration

 

t-shirt guaranteed to pre-registered racers- late registration t-shirts wil be on a first come first serve basis. 

RACE LOCATION: 4338 W. 40 N. & US Hwy 36 Rockville, IN 47872

(4 miles East of Montezuma- 5 miles West of Rockville)

 

Plaques for overall male in the run & overall female in the run, overall male in the walk & overal female in the walk. Medals for top 3 in the run and walk. Award given to the group with the larest number of participants.

A portion of the proceeds from the race will be given to support Autism Awareness. 

Sponsored by The Montezuma Ccovered Bridge Festival Volunteer Committee 

 

For additional information call 765-592-0821 or http://www.montezuma.in.gov

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Beginning, Sunday, April 19, MCHA will begin offering monthly mobile low-cost vaccine and microship clinics. MCHA will be collaborating with other social service and community organizations to schedule these clinics throughout the rest of the summer and early fall. By moving these services into the communities that are most at risk of stray or surrendered animals, we're aiming to reduce the risks that they might be unnecessarilu surrendered.

Clinics will vary each month by location, and are open to the publicc. Appointments will not be scheduled, and clients will be seen in the order they come. Vaccine costs start at just $12, and subsidized cost are availiable to owners that can show proof of participationi in a government subsidy program.

 

First Mobile Clinic:

Sunday, April 19, 12:00pm-2:00pm 

at the Crestmont Community Center

1002 N. Summit, Bloomington IN 47404

 

Services offered:

rabies vaccines, distemper vaccines, bordetella vaccine, mircrochips, nail trims

 

On the Day of the Clinic:

A licensed veterinarian will administer the vaccines

No appointments necessary, first come, first serve

pets must be on a leash or in a carrier

Bring proof of your participation in a government funded assistance program for more discounts 

 

For more information about the mobile clinics call 812-333-6242

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The 2015 season at Salem Speedway fueled by the Hoosier Lottery kicks off on Sunday, April 12th. 

Salem, IN April 6- Salem Speedway fueled by the Hoosier lottery kicks off its 69th year of exsistence on Sunday, April 12th, with four divisions sharing the famed racing facility for an afternoon of on-track action. 

The season opening event features the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks and Midwest Thunder Roadster on the half-mile high banks, with the O'Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks and Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks competing on the quarter-mile infield oval.

The afternoon activities will be topped off with the inaugural Hossier Lottery 75, the biggest early season race of the year for the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks.

"We're certainly excited to get the season started," says track manager Richard Deaton. "We have four exciting divisions on tap with racing on both the famed high banks and the infield oval."

The Hoosier Lottery 75 brings together some of Kentuckiana's finest pavement drivers and race teams, as the Lucas Oil Great American Stock division kicks-off its 23rd seaon at Salem.

Heading the list of expected entries for the Hoosier Lottery 75 is defending track champion Shawn Smith of Louisville, one of the most consistent drivers on the high banks in the recent years.

Smith knows that the competition will be stout on Sunday with the likes of former Great American Stock champions Brian Bayer,Ind., Chuck Barnes SR of Louisville, David Bayens of Memphis Ind., and Tony Conway of louisville all expeted to be on hand.

Other top drivers expected include Todd Kempf of Huntingburg, Ind., Kyle Hadley of Louisville, Roger Williams of St. Paul, Ind., and Tim Rivers of Salem, among others. 

Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery will be giving away Hoosier lottery prize packs to several lucky fans, age 18 and older, throughtout the day on Sunday.

Spectator gates open and practice gers underway at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 12th, with qualifications at 12:15p.m. and the first race rolling off at 1:30 p.m. 

Advance general admission tickets, prices at $12 for adults and $3 for children 7-12, are currently selling and can be purchased online at www.salemspeedway.com or by calling 812-883-6504 or toll free 1-800-246-7223

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Hannah House Maternity Home and Crisis Pregnancy Center
PSA Request: Grand Re-opening with Open House and Tours
Now - April 24th
 
Hannah House Maternity Home Grand Re-opening with Open House and Tours. All are welcome to tour the Queen Anne Victorian –style house, that was built in 1896. It was the first official house for Indiana University presidents, back when IU was a Presbyterian Seminary and the IU School of Music trained worship leaders. IU President William Lowe Bryan lived there until 1924. Friday April 24th, Visit anytime between 7 am and 6 pm, enjoy a tour and refreshments.  For more information, please call Ann at 812-391-2004.

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My Sister's Closet has a new store location (414 S College, just before you get to Furniture Exchange) and it is 4x the size of their previous location, so we need 4x the amount of volunteers.  Ideally, if you could commit to a "regular schedule", but they realize that's not always possible. PLEASE visit sisterscloset.org, and fill out an application, and let us know of your willingness to serve the women of Monroe County.  You will receive, much more than you give!  OR for further information you can call the store at 812-333-7710

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