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  • ST. MEINRAD – The Twin Lakes 4-H Club held its second meeting of the year Feb. 3 at the co-op in St. Meinrad.
    The meeting was called to order with pledges led by President Taylor Elmer and Vice-President Amber Lindauer. The minutes were read by the Secretary Matthew Schlachter. The treasurer’s report was given by Johnathon Davis and he stated that a cash award was received from the 4-H Council for the club winning third place in the window display contest. A health and safety report on winter weather was given by  

  • TELL CITY – The Tell City Regional Arts Association will host a private screenings of the documentary, “They Wore the Red Suit,” at 7 p.m. April 6 at the Tell City Event Center located downtown.
    Tickets are $15 in advance. Seating is limited to 100 so be sure to purchase tickets early. Tickets can be purchase at the Perry County Chamber office, online at http://santamovietellcity.bpt.me or by calling 547-2833. Depending on availability, tickets may be purchased at the door for $20.

  • JASPER – The Russian National Ballet will perform Swan Lake at the Jasper Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

    The Russian National Ballet Theatre was founded in Moscow during the transitional period of Perestroika in the late 1980s.  Many of the top dancers from across Russia, dedicated to the timeless tradition of classical Russian Ballet, joined the company. Today, the Russian National Ballet Theatre is its own institution, with more than 50 dancers of singular instruction and vast experience.

  • Residents and staff visited Krispy Kreme Doughnut Shop in Evansville on a recent outing to observe the production of making their doughnut.

    They each received a free warm doughnut to sample. The group also had lunch out before returning to the campus. Pictured enjoying the day are residents Ralph Malone and Sis Ingle.

  • PERRY COUNTY – Be-ginning this year, the La-fayette Spring Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution announce the group will honor a woman of the community. The criteria for the away is a woman in the community who ex-emplifies either all or merely one of the many areas the DAR supports.

  • CHRISNEY – Stir-n-Up Hope is a nonprofit organization that provides free therapeutic riding sessions by PATH Intl. certified instructors to handicapped individuals. The group is currently seeking approximately 50 volunteers to help with its services. Previous experience is not necessary as training will be provided to all volunteers. Volunteer sign up and training will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. March 23 at 5891 N. County Road 200 W. in Chrisney.

  • Residents from Oakwood Health Campus recently visited the Tell City Pretzel Shop as part of their Lifelong Learning program. A member of the group, Grace Brown, was a former employee of the Kessler’s when they owned the business.

    Pictured here are Brown with current owner Brad Smith, comparing their techniques used to twist pretzels. The group was able to experience twisting pretzels on the line as viewing the whole production process. Upon exiting they were able to sample a variety of the flavored pretzels.
     

  • Rich Werner was the winner of the quilt, “My Scrappy Quilt” during the January drawing of the St. Paul Quilters. The top was done by Joyce Alvey and quilted by St. Paul Quilters.

  • Evalynn Voyles, a first-grade student at William Tell Elementary, was the winner of a Kindle Fire given away in a recent drawing. William Tell Elementary students have together read more than 500,000 minutes in an effort to become “Reading Millionaires.” The drawing was held during weekday celebrations leading up to the March 1 “Read Across America Day” in honor of Dr. Seuss.

  • This picture, drawn by William Tell Elementary third-grader Nicholas Deckers, will be one of many pieces of artwork on display at an art fair planned for 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the school. The community is invited and encouraged to attend and see the students’ work.

  • The Cannelton American Legion Post 142 Commander Morris “Smokey” Graves is shown accepting a donation check from Cannelton Auxiliary representative Kim Myers. The $450 check was given to help the Legion continue with its charitable projects in the county.

  • Phillip Ayers and Hazel Bryant were crowned the 2013 Valentine king and queen at Oakwood Health Campus at the annual Valentine’s Day party.

  • TELL CITY – Catholic Charities will host its second annual St. Joseph’s Table March 17, at the Knights of Columbus home at 11th and Tell streets in Tell City. The St. Joseph’s Table is held around the feast day of St. Joseph, which is March 19. It is a celebration of family.

  • PERRY COUNTY – The United Way of Perry County announced the addition of three new board members, Linda Reed, Lagina Gogel and Julie Strassell-Hauser. Each year the United Way invites individuals to serve on the board of trustees who represent the diversity of Perry County. The board members govern the work of the United Way in Perry and Crawford counties.

  • Patricia Riley was crowned 2013 Valentine queen and Ralph Fay was crowned 2013 Valentine king at a party held Feb. 14 at Golden Living Center – Lincoln Hills in Tell City. The king and queen were chosen by votes from residents, staff, family and visitors. They were presented gifts from the facility. Refreshments of heart-shaped cookies and red punch were served by the staff during the party.

  • Twin Lakes 4-H Club

    ST. MEINRAD – The Twin Lakes 4-H Club held its second meeting of the year Feb. 3 at the co-op in St. Meinrad.
    The meeting was called to order with pledges being led by President Taylor Elmer and Vice President Amber Lindauer. The minutes were read by the secretary, Matthew Schlachter.
    The treasurer’s report was given by Johnathon Davis and he stated a cash award was received from the 4-H Council for the club winning third place in the window display contest.

  • PERRY COUNTY – The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority has again awarded Lincoln Hills Development Corp. a contract to operate the Individual Development Account Program.  Under this program, income eligible individuals and families can earn while they learn and see their savings matched up to $1,600 annually.

  • Jonathan Jennings, Daughters of 1812
    CORYDON – The Jon-athan Jennings Chapter, United States Daughters of 1812, held its February meeting in Corydon with Carol Seales, president, presiding, using the national society ritual.

  • The students of Tell City Junior-Senior High School recently held a fundraising contest to raise money for the Zach Taylor Family fund. Through the week of Feb. 4, students raised $1,550 to donate. The grade who raised the most won a chance to put a pie in the face of Principal Brad Ramsey, pictured in the first photo below. In the second photo, Ramsey presents a check for the funds raised to Glenn Goffinet.

  • JASPER – Coleman Pressley, the 24-year-old son of former Jasper Engines NASCAR Cup driver Robert Pressley, will display the company’s logos on the car he is running in the inaugural UNOH Battle At The Beach race today at Daytona International Speedway.