Sherwood Oaks Christian Church, 2700 E Rogers Rd, is hosting an American Red Cross community blood drive on June 13 from 1:00-6:00pm in Fellowship Hall, Enter Door 20 in Fellowship Hall
Blood donations are critical in the summer when demand is high and donations are lower.
Please donate blood every 56 days -- it only takes a few minutes to save a life.
Contact the church office to schedule your appointment 812-334-0206, walk-ins are welcome.
Save the date for a fun filled day at the Park!
July 8th 2017, 10am-1pm
Walk to End Alzheimer's Kick-Off Party
Woodlawn Shelter at Bryan Park
Food, games, DJ, bounce house, dunk tank, door prizes, and much more!
For more info Rebecca Nunley at 812.961.2222 or email her at email@example.com
Or Kyle Davern at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Saturday, June 17 at 3 PM - 11 PM
Where: Courtyard Bloomington
310 S College Ave, Bloomington, IN 47403
How to get tickets: https://www.visitbloomington.com/taste/
Welcome to the Bloomington area's favorite summer event - the Taste of Bloomington, which takes place in mid-June each year, bringing together dozens of Bloomington's best restaurants, local wineries and breweries and live musical entertainment at Showers Common, just next door to the Bloomington City Hall.
For more information, please visit the official event site at:http://bit.ly/2mki4oD
***Please note, this is NOT an event hosted or sponsored by the Courtyard Bloomington, but simply a way to bring awareness to local events to our guests.***
Monroe County Fair is a 9 day event being held from 21st July to 29th July 2017 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds in Bloomington, United States Of America. This event showcases product from Agriculture & Forestry, Consumer & Carnivals industries. This event showcases products like Agriculture products, horticulture, 4h, livestock, poultry show, meat, bucket claf show, foods, baked food, canned food, crafts, needle work & much more etc. in the Agriculture & Forestry, Consumer & Carnivals industries.
Even first responders are not immune to the horrors of tragic life events. Reserve Deputy Jason Miller returned home to his residence on South Swartz Ridge Road yesterday evening from dinner with his family and discovered that his residence was fully engulfed in a fire. After the devastating fire was put out, the family of four left their home to stay with family. Unfortunately, the fire re-ignited and caused tremendous damage once again; leaving the residence structurally compromised and the contents of the residence being deemed a total loss; leaving Deputy Miller, his wife, and their two teenage children with nothing but the clothes on their backs.
Reserve Deputy Jason Miller has been a member of the Monroe County Sheriff's Office since May 2nd, 2016. After taking his oath as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff, Deputy Miller completed the required training for his certification and has been a very active member of the Reserve Unit. His dedication working the roadways and IU Athletic traffic details is a testament to his character and willingness to serve the public.
Although the Miller family was insured, they are facing a long road ahead to begin replacing essential items such as clothing, bedding and other everyday items. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office will be accepting donations in the form of gift cards or cash if you are able to help the Miller family. Donations can be mailed to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office at 301 North College Avenue Bloomington, IN 47404 or can be dropped off in person between the hours of 8:00 am and 6:00 pm Monday through Friday.
The Monroe County Energy Challenge is a two-year effort to save energy, save money, and win $5 million for the community. We are one of 50 communities across the nation competing to win the Georgetown University Energy Prize by reducing our residential, municipal, and K-12 electricity and natural gas use. There are many of ways for you to get involved, including volunteering, sharing information with friends and neighbors, and signing up for a free home energy assessment.
Free home assessments are available to all Monroe County residents. Our trained volunteers will visit your home and walk you through a step by step process to identify areas where you can save money. We even provide free starter materials (such as pipe and outlet insulation) so you’ll see immediate savings. We’ll also provide information about local rebates and other offers to help finance your energy efficiency upgrades. To schedule your free home energy assessment, email email@example.com
, or call Nolan Hendon, at 812-349-3652
. You can also learn more by visiting our website at www.mocoenergychallenge.org
, or by visiting our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts. Remember, everyone can do something to save!