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  • CHALLENGE BLOG: Missi Patton
    Wednesday, February 22, 2017 9:19 AM
    The following is a blog from one of The Challenge '17 participants, Missi Patton. As participants write their thoughts about this tough process, we'll share them here on our web site.
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  • Wednesday, February 22, 2017 4:00 AM
    A business meeting was held Monday, Feb. 6 in a meeting room at the Crawfordsville Public Library with President, Jennifer Hunter, residing. Jennifer Slavens took roll call. The meeting began with the opening verse followed by announcements of birthdays and anniversaries. The minutes were given by Angie Griggs, approved as corrected. Psi Otes looked over the printed treasurer’s report and the proposed budget for 2017-2018. 
    For correspondence not requiring action, we received a thank-you letter for a care package that we sent as well as the Helicon letter. For correspondence requiring action, we received an invitation to the state meeting on April 22. Naomi Horton and Jennifer Hunter agreed to attend.
    In old chapter business, Jennifer Slavens stated our profit for the “I Love Art” event that was held at the Carnegie Museum on Saturday, Feb. 4. She also discussed some potential places that we could hold a charity ball, if we decided to do so.
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  •  Bobcat on the north side of town, too?
    Wednesday, February 22, 2017 4:00 AM
    We know that we have a bobcat or three in the southern part of Montgomery County thanks to some eye-witness sightings and awesome trail pictures from County Councilman Mark Davidson. Might there be one of the big cats on the northern side of our community?
    One of our readers, Alice Phillips shared photos or tracks she encountered recently while walking her dog near Oak Hill Road and CR 125. The shots were taken on the edge of the field where the roads intersect. These shots show what Alice thinks could be bobcat tracks alongside deer tracks. She snapped the pics with her foot and 65-pound pooch in the frame for a little reference. She says she’s no wildlife expert, but thought that our great readers could continue to provide information and possible confirm or deny these as bobcat tracks. 
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  • The Furies at Wabash College
    Tuesday, February 21, 2017 11:39 PM
    Art and politics — indeed the dawn of politics — meet on stage when the Wabash College Theater Department presents The Furies February 22-25. The ancient Greek drama will be staged in the Experimental Theater with curtain at 8:00 p.m. each evening. Tickets are free, but should be reserved at boxoffice@wabash.edu.
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  • Tuesday, February 21, 2017 11:38 PM
    The New Market Community World Day of Prayer program will be held at the New Market United Methodist Church March 3. New Market Baptist Church is assisting with the event as well. Refreshments will be served starting at 9:30 a.m. in the fellowship hall and the program starts at 10 a.m. Connie Cleek from New Market Christian will be the pianist. 
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  • Tuesday, February 21, 2017 11:37 PM
    A deserving student from Crawfordsville High School will receive a $2,000 scholarship this year thanks to the Shelter Insurance Foundation and local agent Amanda Spires. 
    A committee of local high school officials and community leaders will select the local recipient. The committee will consider each applicant’s scholastic achievements, educational goals, citizenship, moral character and participation and leadership in school and community activities. The scholarship is given without regard to race, disability, religion, national origin or gender of applicants. The name of the recipient will be announced at the close of the school year.
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  • Tuesday, February 21, 2017 11:37 PM
    Join Marianne Darling Ballenger in her 8-week course at Athens Art Gallery that will assist you in exploring drawing abilities using the right brain theory. Emphasis will be on developing your own personal style and learning to transfer what you see into interesting composition. The course is $100 and begins March 2. Classes are from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Registration is taking place now, with only 10 slots available. Registration can be made at the gallery, or you can call 765-362-7455 to register and pay by phone.
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  • Tuesday, February 21, 2017 11:37 PM
    First- and third-graders at Crawfordsville and North Montgomery school districts participate each year in a National Fire Safety Program. The program is used to get fire safety information out to area students and their families. The cost of the program and its materials is about $3 per student.
    Crawfordsville Fireman John Huber has been going into the first and third grade classes and offering up fire safety tips with the help of the National Fire Safety Council, a non-profit organization that has been around since 1979.
    The first and third grades as chosen for a number of reasons. The information presented to the first grade students is more about personal safety including teaching the students the importance of stop-drop-and roll. The information presented in the third grade is geared toward fire prevention and it is hoped that this information can be taken home and shared with the rest of the family.
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  • CHALLENGE BLOG: Barry Lewis
    Tuesday, February 21, 2017 3:13 PM
    The following is a blog from one of The Challenge '17 participants, Barry Lewis. As participants write their thoughts about this tough process, we'll share them here on our web site.
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  • HHSB donations extend to Putnam County
    Tuesday, February 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    Hoosier Heartland State Bank recently held a dinner honoring the winners of their Shared Values Awards. HHSB’s Shared Values event is designed to highlight local non-profits and help them gain exposure and much needed funds. Approximately 200 nominations were received from the public nominating 75 different non-profit organizations in Putnam and Montgomery counties. After a vetting process, Beyond Homeless was named one of five finalists and was awarded a donation of $1,000. “Our nomination process was a great way for the Putnam County community to honor the great work that Beyond Homeless does. Beyond Homeless is made up of outstanding individuals that truly care for people in need” stated Brad Monts, President of HHSB. Pictured: Bill Wieland, Jerry Lewis, Michelle Boller and Lynn Smith of Beyond Homeless and Brad Monts HHSB
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  • Tuesday, February 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    The Blue Star Mothers of America will meet Feb. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the Crawfordsville District Public Library. The Blue Star Mothers are the mothers who have sons and daughters in the military or who are veterans. The Blue Star Mothers of America provide moral and emotional support for our men and women in the military and their families. The chapter periodically sends "Freedom Boxes" containing various items from home, to our troops who are deployed. For more information call Gayle Sosbe at 362-5713.
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  • Tuesday, February 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    'Spring and Summer Health Check Up' is March luncheon topic sponsored by Franciscan Health Crawfordsville, Franciscan Physician Network, Montgomery County Wellness Coalition and The Paper of Montgomery County.
    Franciscan Health Crawfordville, Franciscan Physician Network, Montgomery County Wellness Coalition and The Paper of Montgomery County are co-hosting "Spring and Summer Health Check Up." The program will be held starting at 11:30 a.m. on March 2 at Franciscan Health Crawfordsville's Bonzel Hall.
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  • World Thinking Day
    Tuesday, February 21, 2017 4:00 AM
    More than 40 local Girl Scouts attended the annual Montgomery County Girl Scout World Thinking Day, which was held Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Crawfordsville. The focus of the event was for Girl Scouts and Girl Guides all around the world to think of each other and give thanks and appreciation to their “sister” Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. The day began with songs and ceremonies, a presentation on India by Dr. Ravinder Surakanti, followed by an international bazaar. Troops hosted booths representing Japan, Italy, Romania, France and Russia. By visiting the booths, girls learned about different countries while sampling food, games and crafts. 
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  • Monday, February 20, 2017 10:58 PM
    The Russellville Community Center is having a roller skating party from 2 p.m. to 5 p. m. on Saturday. If you or your family member would like to skate, there will be a $3 charge for skating and skates are provided. Refreshments will be available for purchase. The profits will help pay for expenses at the community center. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. 
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  • Monday, February 20, 2017 10:56 PM
    According to a release from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, deputies responded to an area of Ladoga on Academy Way Saturday to a call that a one-year-old girl had been struck by a motor vehicle. 
    Members of Ladoga, Walnut and Crawfordsville Fire departments tended to the child’s injuries and transported her to meet with StatFlight to be transported to Riley Hospital. 
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