Clark County REMC — June 2022 Indiana Connection

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LOCAL HISTORY AND CULTURE TOLD AT A GLANCE

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from the editor

GIDGET’S GADGET FROM ‘THE DAY’ Fifteen years ago this month, the first version of one of my constant companions — my beloved iPhone — was born. And though now I can’t imagine life without my iPhone, I can certainly remember those years pre-smartphone when phones were used solely for verbal communication! Even though 19th and 20th century era phones couldn’t take photos, tally your daily number of steps, or provide instantaneous information about anything your heart desires, they were communication game-changers in their time. And in some cases, especially in the mid-century modern times, they were actually part of the home décor. Case in point: the coveted Princess phone (complete with the convenient light up dial). This stylish oval shaped phone — perfect for second phone lines (the ultimate luxury!) in bedrooms — was actually initially produced in Indiana. Princess phones came in a number of appealing colors, including — my favorite — the pastel pink version popularized Sally Field’s 1960s TV show “Gidget.” Though phones from “the day” couldn’t travel in your purse or pocket, they were portable in their own way. You could pick up the phone itself and move it to a comfortable spot of your choice or, if the cord was long enough, cradle the receiver on your shoulder and converse while lounging on the sofa or bed. There were wall-mounted phones in some homes which provided a phone-booth-like aesthetic. A long-enough cord was a must here so you didn’t have to remain standing during long conversations. While another 1960s show, “Get Smart,” introduced a spy phone cleverly hidden in a shoe (which, of course, only existed then in sitcom reality), in the 1970s and ‘80s, novelty phone styles began appearing en masse. They included the mod doughnut version, the retro candlestick style, the figurine Snoopy or Mickey Mouse phone (for the kid in all of us), and the phone shaped like giant red lips. In my pre-cordless phone days in the early ‘90s, I used a clunky corded phone with touch keys on the receiver which looked ironically similar to the earliest mobile phones I’d use just a few years later. Although landline phones are still being used, especially in workplaces, the last 15 years have shown us that not only is technology advancing and changing but communication styles are evolving too. Though phones were initially used to “connect” people no matter where they were, today’s phones are actually more a multipurpose device than a conversational tool. In fact, if lovable alien ET were visiting us today he would probably not be phoning home. He’d just send a text of emojis.

EMILY SCHILLING Editor eschilling@indianaec.org

I finally get to realize my dream of chatting on a Princess phone and being just like my idol, Gidget, thanks to the magic of Photoshop!

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energy

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03 FROM THE EDITOR

12 INSIGHTS

05 CO-OP NEWS Energy news and information from your electric cooperative.

14 COUNTY OF THE MONTH Spotlighting Lawrence

10 ENERGY Power out? Time for your co-op to go to work.

County. 16 FOOD Salad Days: Celebrate summertime with these recipes from readers.

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cover story 19 COVER STORY Painting the Towns: Local history and culture told at a glance. 25 SAFETY Familiarize yourself with your home’s electrical system. 26 DIY Open the door to

travel

28 H OOSIER ENERGY/ WABASH VALLEY NEWS 29 TRAVEL Roaring on the river at the Madison Regatta. (Not in all editions.) 30 PROFILE Chad Hinesley: Climbing the cooperative ladder. (Not in all editions.)

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On the cover Mural artist Kelsey Montague seemingly releases a profusion of butterflies to the delight of Paul Satchwill. The international muralist created two murals in Batesville in 2019. Satchwill is a board member of the Batesville Area Arts Council, one of the driving forces behind the murals made possible through civic organizations and donations. PHOTO BY ANNE RAVER, SUBMITTED BY PAUL SATCHWILL

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CONTACT US Office: 812-246-3316 / 800-462-6988 Outages: 866-480-REMC Fax: 812-246-3947 To pay your bill by phone or inquire about your account: 877-484-4042 EMAIL info@clarkremc.coop WEBSITE ClarkREMC.coop

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OFFICE HOURS 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday STREET ADDRESS 7810 State Road 60 Sellersburg, IN 47172

Electric co-ops like Clark County REMC are owned and operated by the families and businesses we serve: people just like you. We are your neighbors. We send our kids and grandkids to the same schools, shop at the same stores, and enjoy the same parks and waters.

MAILING ADDRESS P.O. Box 411, Sellersburg, IN 47172 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Paul Graf, President John Biesel, Vice President Jeff Myers, Secretary/Treasurer Joe Basham Steve Dieterlen Mark Huber Amberley Kendall UPCOMING BOARD MEETINGS June 7 at 5:30 July 5 at 5:30 August 2 at 5:30 EMPLOYEE ANNIVERSARIES Jennifer Fleece - 3 years Joe McNew - 27 years Jared Massengale - 1 year Jessica Miller - 17 years Nash Summers - 17 years

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Our workforce and mission are entirely local, but we are not immune from the impact of state and national legislation. That’s why last month I, along with hundreds of other electric cooperative CEOs from around the nation, spent several days in Washington, D.C., meeting with U.S. representatives and senators on Capitol Hill. Top of mind was the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, passed by Congress last November, which includes billions of dollars for projects like broadband deployment, electric vehicle infrastructure, cybersecurity, grid resiliency, and clean energy development. All 50 states and thousands of utilities and other agencies will be jockeying for those dollars, but we believe that electric co-ops are uniquely positioned to develop and implement these projects. We’ve been in our communities for more than 80 years, so we have the reputation and commitment to the community needed to stay the course and do it right. As these projects develop, your board of directors and I will keep advocating for you, both in our small towns and in the halls of government. If you want to stay up to date on these important issues and policies, join our grassroots mailing list at Action.IndianaEC.org. Whatever it takes, we are here for you!

JASON CLEMMONS CEO

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CONGRATS, SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS! Our congratulations go out to the 2022 students in our service area who won scholarships to Indiana University Southeast, Ivy Tech Community College and Purdue University Polytechnic New Albany. Clark County REMC scholarships have assisted over 450 students since the program began. Please read our publications and visit our website later this year for more information on how to apply for the 2023 scholarships. INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTHEAST

GABRIELLE KREMER Community Montessori

EMMA DECAMP New Washington Middle High School

SARAH JONES New Washington Middle High School

JENNA ROGERS Rock Creek Community Academy

GIZZY BARGER New Washington Middle High School

BRANDON MAURER Silver Creek High School

JESSY BUTTS Henryville Jr./Sr. High School

COOPER DESMOND Corydon Central High School

KIRSTEN ALLEN Silver Creek High School

TREVOR MONTGOMERY

IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Silver Creek High School

PURDUE POLYTECHNIC NEW ALBANY

(not pictured)

ABBY MARKS Silver Creek High School

JOSEPH MULUMBA Henryville Jr./Sr. High School

CAITLYN COOK Borden Jr./Sr. High School

KALEB KRUER New Albany High School

DANIEL MILLER Silver Creek High School

CINDY HOCKENSMITH SCHOLARSHIP The recipient of this year’s $2,500 scholarship is Julia Grace Elizabeth Ellison of New Washington Middle High School. She will be attending Indiana University in the fall and will major in Special Education. Congratulations, Grace! Clark County REMC wishes you the best as you pursue your educational goals.

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GIAVANNA YOWELL New Albany High School

2022 RUNNER-UP


CALENDAR ART WINNERS

Each winner received a $200 cash prize!

FLYNN CISSELL

KAYLIN FULLER

LYDIA KELLEY

Third Grade Borden

Fourth Grade Charlestown

Fifth Grade Charlestown

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

Annual Meeting Winners Congratulations to the youth prize winners from the 2022 Annual Meeting. These young members will have a blast this summer with their prizes. REMC also recognized the oldest lady and oldest gentleman pictured to the right. AGES 0–4

AGES 5–9

AGES 10–18

ROBERT FRUCHTENICHT

OLDEST LADY

MARIE MARCUM MILEY HURST

ABBIE BLUME

SAKURA KORESSEL

Sellersburg 96 years old

PENELOPE GERNERT

ZANDER SUMPTER

SOPHIA HOLLINS

OLDEST GENTLEMAN

WILLIAM WOODS

Wife Norma Woods received on his behalf Floyds Knobs 92 years old

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Tree Talk VEGETATION MANAGEMENT KEY TO SAFE, RELIABLE AND AFFORDABLE POWER If you’ve met me, you most likely

member must ultimately bear. If

down the tree itself. Believe me:

talked with me about a potentially

our crews have to revisit the same

I’m a nature-loving homeowner

upsetting topic — the trees in your

trees every couple of years, that

who appreciates foliage and

yard.

translates to money lost for your

curb appeal, so I understand that

co-op and its members.

having us chainsaw that beautiful

As right-of-way supervisor at

maple tree you yourself planted

Clark County REMC, I’m the

in your yard years ago is not

one responsible for ensuring the

something you’re happy about.

power lines throughout our service territory are free and clear of

Clark County REMC also

obstructions like tree branches.

understands that parting with

Those branches — often growing

beloved trees can be difficult even

from trees that have graced your

if you “get” why it’s important to

yard for years —probably add to

• If a tree makes contact with a

keep rights-of-way near power

the ambiance of your property,

power line — especially during

lines clear. (Trees should be

especially in the spring and

storms with high winds and ice —

planted at least 10 feet away from

summer. But when the trees are

it could damage electrical lines and

power lines.) Our “Trade a Tree”

located too close to power lines,

equipment. When that happens,

and “Grind a Stump” programs

they not only become dangerous

power outages occur. None of us

should lessen some of your

to you, your family and co-op

want that to happen! So, we have

hesitancy.

employees, they can cause power

a vegetation management program

outages and ultimately impact your

to control tree growth underneath

power bill. Let me explain:

and around our power lines. We

• Clark County REMC’s power lines can carry up to 12,470 volts of electricity. When branches come in contact with them, they become energized. If someone touches that energized branch — or if a child should climb a tree close to a power line — he or she could be electrocuted. • Healthy trees grow — usually four to six feet a year. Trimming the same trees that are growing under and around power lines is an expense that every REMC

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start with physically cutting and clearing the area, and then follow up with a herbicide spray program to prevent trimming the same area next year. This saves our members money, is better for the environment, and allows native grasses and wildflowers to reclaim areas where thick, wooded plants once dominated. Your REMC is diligent about cutting back branches that are growing into the electric lines — and, in extreme situations, cutting

Through the “Trade a Tree” program, for every tree that we remove in your yard, you will receive a $75 gift certificate which

your yard still looks good. I discuss these two programs in detail to homeowners whose trees encroach power lines. With a 30-plus year career in vegetation management, keeping lines clear and power flowing reliably is a personal mission for me. It really hits home for me when the co-op’s linemen tell me how nice it is when they don’t have to work around debris in and underneath the lines. They’re able to restore power to you more quickly which is something we all want. If you have any questions about Clark County REMC’s right-of-way program as well as the “Trade a Tree” and “Grind a Stump” programs, feel free to give me a call at 812-248-7502.

you can use at a local nursery. You can use the gift certificate to purchase another tree, flowers, or another landscaping item. Those at the nursery can help you select a tree to plant that won’t grow into power lines in the future. If you choose to forego the $75 gift certificate, you may be interested in the “Grind a Stump” program in which we grind the tree stump for you at no cost. We want to ensure that even though the tree is gone,

by Eric

Melton

Right-of-Way Supervisor Clark County REMC


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TO THE EDITOR NAMED AFTER HANK AARON My full name is Jeffrey Aaron Manes. I turned 65 on April 8 this year. My mother chose my middle name because she liked the way it sounded when reading about the up-andcoming Henry Aaron back in 1957. Hammerin’ Hank surpassed the Bambino on my 17th birthday. Several years later, at a baseball card show in Valparaiso, I met Hank and told him I was named after him. Then, I showed him my driver’s license. A big smile appeared on Hank’s face when he saw that I was born on April 8. Jeff Manes, Hebron, Indiana

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WINNERS SELECTED FOR 2 5TH ANNI VE RSARY CALE NDAR Twenty-six student artists were selected as first place and honorable mention winners in the annual art contest sponsored by Indiana’s electric cooperatives. Their artworks will illustrate the cover and inside pages of the 2023 edition of the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art. The popular project celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The calendar will be printed this fall and will be distributed statewide by participating electric cooperatives as well as Indiana Connection.

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• First Grade — Arabella White, Medora • Second Grade — Alexander DeSchamp, Jasper

Andrew Zink, a home-schooled student from Winona Lake who recently completed his junior year, was selected as “Artist of the Year.” His “Best of Show” drawing paid homage to his family’s traditional Thanksgiving dinner apple pie dessert.

• Third Grade — Flynn Cissell, Borden

Students who enter the art contest are asked to create artworks to illustrate the month that corresponds numerically with their grade at the time they enter the contest. Kindergartners have carte blanche when creating artwork for the calendar’s cover.

• 11th Grade — Andrew Zink, Winona Lake

Indiana electric cooperatives began the contest in 1998 to recognize and encourage student artists. In the 25 years since, some 96,464 pieces of art have been created and entered in the art contest.

• Fourth Grade — Erika Batz, Williams

To view the winning artworks, visit IndianaConnection.org and follow the links.

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GRADE DIVISION WINNERS • Kindergarten — Sophia Lueken, Jasper

• Fourth Grade — Kaylin Fuller, Charlestown • Fifth Grade — Lydia Kelley, Charlestown • Sixth Grade — Cali Ann Fox, Seymour • Seventh Grade — Adilynn Meyers, Decatur • Eighth Grade — Ellie Hilbert, Noblesville • Ninth Grade — Bailey Hering, Union Mills • 10th Grade — Alivia Tucker, South Whitley • 12th Grade — Heidi Blattert, Mitchell • Best of Show — Andrew Zink, Winona Lake HONORABLE MENTION WINNERS • Kindergarten — Mira Smith, Fairland • First Grade — Samuel Smith, Churubusco • Second Grade — Brantly Roller, Burnettsville • Third Grade — Elizabeth Avis, Elizabeth • Fifth Grade — Elizabeth Blattert, Mitchell • Sixth Grade — Nandini Amol Kondhare, Columbus • Seventh Grade — Sophie Yang, Brownsburg • Eighth Grade — Ashelyn Evans, Medaryville • Ninth Grade — Sarah Stonerock, Greenfield • 10th Grade — Isabella Fox, North Vernon • 11th Grade — Ellie Sims, Paoli • 12th Grade — Addy Knakiewicz, Morocco



county feature

Lawrence County Wonderful contrasts — between the past and future; between the defined bedrock of Earth and the deep bluesky weightless vastness of space — are celebrated in Lawrence County. Situated in the heart of Indiana’s famed limestone belt, the county is known worldwide for the stone quarried from beneath its soil. Bedford, the county seat, is known as the “Limestone Capital of the World.” The large quarries in the area produced limestone for the Empire State Building and The Pentagon. Meanwhile, the county also boasts of its connection to the stars. Three astronauts hail from Lawrence County. The first was Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom who was born and raised in Mitchell in southern Lawrence County. A World War II veteran, Korean War fighter pilot and Air Force test pilot, Grissom was one of the original “Mercury Seven,” the first corps of astronauts NASA named in 1959. Grissom was the second American to fly in space in July 1961. He was the first astronaut to fly two missions as pilot on Gemini 3 and was selected to be the first to fly three missions as commander of the ill-fated Apollo 1. He and crewmen Ed White and Roger B. Chaffee died Jan. 27, 1967, when an electrical fire broke out in their capsule during pre-launch testing at Cape Kennedy, Florida. The two other astronauts from Lawrence County are Charles Walker and Kenneth Bowersox. Walker, born and raised in Oolitic, was an engineer and astronaut who flew on three Space Shuttle missions in 1984 and 1985. As a payload specialist for the McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Walker was the first non-government individual to fly in space. Though born in Virginia, Bowersox considers Bedford as his

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The contrasts of Lawrence County can be seen in Mitchell’s memorial to hometown hero pioneering astronaut Gus Grissom. The limestone replica of his Gemini 3 rocket and spacecraft is silhouetted against our nearest star and the deep blue heavens he helped open. FI LE P HO TO BY RI CHARD G . BI E V E R

hometown. He flew five Space Shuttle missions and had an extended stay aboard the International Space Station. Spring Mill State Park, just east of Mitchell, puts these contrasts between the natural and cultural worlds, the past and the future in one spot. The park is among the most beautiful and popular in the state. Water flowing from several springs led to the founding of an industrial village there in the early 1800s. Pioneer entrepreneurs took advantage of a constant water source that never froze, using it to power several gristmills, a wool mill, a saw mill, and a distillery. The restored Pioneer Village contains 20 historic buildings to explore. The centerpiece is a threestory limestone gristmill, built in 1817, that still grinds cornmeal. Heritage interpreters portray the year 1863 and demonstrate period crafts. Meanwhile, the park also pays tribute to Grissom at the Grissom Memorial just inside the park’s gates. The memorial tells the story of Grissom’s life and his contributions to the space program through a short video. Exhibits include Grissom’s space suit, the Gemini 3 Molly Brown spacecraft, and artifacts from his personal and professional life. The park also has a popular inn and campground. For more info, visit: www.in.gov/dnr/state-parks/parkslakes/spring-mill-state-park.

County Facts FOUNDED: 1818 NAMED FOR: James Lawrence, an officer of the U.S. Navy who died in battle during the War of 1812. He is probably best known today for his last words, “Don’t give up the ship!” POPULATION: 45,000 COUNTY SEAT: Bedford INDIANA COUNTY NUMBER: 47



food

Salad Days CELEBRATE SUMMERTIME WITH THESE RECIPES FROM READERS

APPLESTRAWBERRYSPINACH SALAD

SALAD: I lb. fresh spinach, torn

Karen L. Owen Rising Sun, Indiana

2 cups chopped unpeeled Granny Smith apples ¾ cup fresh bean sprouts (canned may be substituted but chill first) ½ cup sliced strawberries ¼ cup crumbled cooked bacon

In a large bowl, combine salad ingredients. Put dressing ingredients in a jar and shake. Just before serving, pour dressing over salad. Cook’s note:

DRESSING: ½ cup vegetable oil ⅓ cup white wine vinegar 1 small onion, grated ½ cup sugar 2 t. Worcestershire sauce 2 t. salt

CAULIFLOWER AND BROCCOLI SALAD Glenda Sensenig Cutler, Indiana

F O O D P R E PA R E D B Y HO L LY H U F F MA N A N D EMILY S C H ILLIN G P HO TOS BY R IC H AR D G. B IEV E R

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This salad does not refrigerate well. I prepare vegetables, fruit and bacon and place in separate containers and leave the dressing in the jar. Fix individual salads as desired.

SALAD:

DRESSING:

1 medium head of cauliflower, cut up

1 cup mayonnaise

1 small head of broccoli, cut up

¼ cup sugar

8 slices of bacon, fried and crumbled

2 T. vinegar

1 small onion, chopped (optional)

Combine and pour over vegetables. Refrigerate before serving.

Mix together.


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ALSAAEDI SHARON ALTEN GILBERT AMBURGEY JAMES AMBURGEY MICHAEL AMBURGEY SHAWN AMICK KAREN AMICK KIM AMOS HARRY AMOS JAMES AMOS L AMOS MARK AMOS MICHAEL AMSLER ROBERT ANDEREGG ARTHUR ANDERSON ARTHUR ANDERSON BERLIN ANDERSON DAVID ANDERSON JO ANDERSON KRIS ANDERSON LAURIE ANDERSON LINDA ANDERSON MARK ANDERSON MYRTLE ANDERSON NORMAN ANDERSON PAUL ANDERSON PHILLIP ANDERSON RICKY ANDES KENNETH - SHOP ANDRES TOM ANSON MARK ANTOINE ARTHUR APP HENRY APPLE CHEATHAM VONDA APPLE DOROTHY E APPLE MAX APPLEGATE JAMES APPLEGATE LISA APPLEGATE ROBERT APPLEGATE ROY APPLEGATE SUZANNE APPLEGATE WILLIAM APPLETON ANDREW APRILE CHARLOTTE ARBOGAST IDA ARBUCKLE J ARBUCKLE MARVIN ARCHER ARLEN ARENA VINCENT ARINGTON DIANA ARINGTON GLEN ARISON DONALD ARMSTRONG PHILLIP ARNETT DEWEY ARNOLD DOUGLAS ARNOLD GARY ARNOLD JACKIE ARNOLD KAY-#2 ARNOLD MELISSA ARNOLD ROBERT ARREOLA JOSE ARROWOOD SONDRA ASH LISA ASH ROBERT ASHBURN DEBORAH ASHBY APARTMENTS ASHBY VIRGINIA ASHER PATRICIA ASHER ROBERT ASHER ROBERT ASHER TENZIE ASKEW MARVIN ASSISTED LIVING CENTER ATER WILLIAM ATKINS T

BORDEN IN VERO BEACH FL JEFFERSONVILLE IN SCOTTSBURG IN CHARLESTOWN IN SCOTTSBURG IN EWING VA MEMPHIS IN JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEDFORD IN MEMPHIS IN JEFFERSONVILLE IN ROCKY MOUNT NC MARYSVILLE IN FRANKLIN IN NEW ALBANY IN NEW ALBANY IN CLARKSVILLE IN NEW ALBANY IN AUSTIN TX BORDEN IN NAPERVILLE IL LOUISVILLE KY GREENTOWN IN CLARKSVILLE IN MARYSVILLE IN PEKIN IN NEW ALBANY IN FLOYDS KNOBS IN JEFFERSONVILLE IN ANDERSON SC CLARKSVILLE IN COMMISKEY IN GREENFIELD IN GREENWOOD IN MEMPHIS IN PEKIN IN HENRYVILLE IN SELLERSBURG IN JEFFERSONVILLE IN FLOYDS KNOBS IN MANCHESTER TN NEW ALBANY IN CHARLESTOWN IN SCOTTSBURG IN SCOTTSBURG IN SHARPSVILLE IN NEW ALBANY IN CHARLESTOWN IN MEMPHIS IN UNDERWOOD IN CHARLESTOWN IN PORT ORANGE FL HARRISON OH DULUTH GA NEW SALISBURY IN SELLERSBURG IN SEYMOUR IN ELWOOD IN JEFFERSONVILLE IN UNDERWOOD IN LOUISVILLE KY BORDEN IN OTISCO IN SELLERSBURG IN NEW ALBANY IN SELLERSBURG IN MADISON IN SELLERSBURG IN HENRYVILLE IN LOUISVILLE KY DALLAS TX HENRYVILLE IN CHARLESTOWN IN

137.43 125.04 9.62 6.43 8.81 55.41 1.45 90.48 140.04 57.43 4.02 8.96 5.25 116.95 59.03 89.60 4.23 5.85 9.12 4.24 31.40 11.55 56.36 18.16 18.55 18.50 6.94 1.30 7.76 6.99 65.3 1.79 6.90 85.83 6.26 6.46 5.08 67.81 12.95 158.44 6.22 12.85 33.93 56.22 6.47 3.71 20.37 56.82 6.42 9.83 3.76 2.60 8.05 46.65 5.49 7.03 58.91 15.02 14.88 6.57 101.99 35.41 153.71 6.81 88.9 3.47 17.69 16.65 .82 65.88 2.57 2.55 24.94 3.16

ATKINSON DONALD CHANDLER IN ATWELL ARLENE CLARKSVILLE IN ATWOOD DENISE PEKIN IN AULBACH ROBERT TAYLOR MILL KY AUSTIN GARY SALEM IN AUSTIN JOHN NEW ALBANY IN AUSTIN MICHAEL PEKIN IN AVERILL CRYSTAL AUSTIN IN AVERY EDDIE SCOTTSBURG IN AYDLETT FRED NEW ALBANY IN BACON MICHAEL SELLERSBURG IN BAGSHAW BRENT HENRYVILLE IN BAGSHAW MANCEL CHARLESTOWN IN BAGSHAW ROBERT CHARLESTOWN IN BAILEY ARLENE NEW ALBANY IN BAILEY CHARLES SELLERSBURG IN BAILEY DOUGLAS CLARKSVILLE IN BAILEY JEANA UNDERWOOD IN BAILEY MARIE MEMPHIS IN BAILEY PAIGE M HENRYVILLE IN BAILEY WILMA SCOTTSBURG IN BAIRD ANDREA LOUISVILLE KY BAIRD JOHNNY CHARLESTOWN IN BAIRD STEVEN SELLERSBURG IN BAIZE EMIL LOUISVILLE KY BAJANDAS MAYRA FLORISSANT CO BAKER CATINA SALEM IN BAKER CLIFTON LAGRANGE KY BAKER GREG SCOTTSBURG IN BAKER HOWARD NEW ALBANY IN BAKER JOHN SCOTTSBURG IN BAKER MARK AUSTIN IN BAKER PATSY BORDEN IN BAKER RICKIE SCOTTSBURG IN BAKER ROGER NEW ALBANY IN BAKER SUE LOUISVILLE KY BALL JOSEPH PEKIN IN BALL RODERICK CHARLESTOWN IN BALLARD DAN OTISCO IN BALLARD DONALD BLOOMINGTON IN BALLARD EVERETT LOUISVILLE KY BALLARD RICK MARYSVILLE IN BALLARD SIDNEY NEW ALBANY IN BALLINGER BRUCE KATY TX BALLINGER BRUCE WALKERSVILLE MD BALMER JANET FLOYDS KNOBS IN BAMBERG JAMES GRUBVILLE MO BAMFORTH ROBERT HARDINSBURG IN BANDY RENITA SCOTTSBURG IN BANET DONALD FLOYDS KNOBS IN BANET GERALD NEW ALBANY IN BANET NICHOLAS FLOYDS KNOBS IN BANET NICHOLAS FLOYDS KNOBS IN BANK ONE MORTGAGE COMPANY INDIANAPOLIS IN BANKS LISBETH JEFFERSONVILLE IN BANKS MARY SEMINOLE FL BANKS WM TUSCON AZ BARCLAY DOLORES JEFFERSONVILLE IN BARD RICHARD HOUSTON TX BARHAM JOE SELLERSBURG IN BARKER PHYLLIS LEXINGTON IN BARKSDALE LINDA G HENRYVILLE IN BARLOW HARVEY - CAMP CHARLESTOWN IN BARLOW RUTH NABB IN BARNES DANIEL SCOTTSBURG IN BARNES ED NEW ALBANY IN BARNES ERIC MEMPHIS IN BARNES KEN GOLD CANYON AZ BARNES MARK CLARKSVILLE IN BARNES MICHELLE SELLERSBURG IN BARNES MIKE MCGREGOR TX BARNES PATRICIA UNDERWOOD IN BARNES RONALD CHARLESTOWN IN BARNES RUTH CHARLESTOWN IN

JUNE 2022

116.14 106.74 10.61 4.38 2.80 44.93 69.66 5.69 90.78 72.36 13.48 13.06 21.93 5.51 5.38 36.72 6.55 7.99 15.41 146.94 39.32 3.16 17.48 6.09 67.64 48.00 5.41 9.48 80.47 .35 1.15 3.18 6.65 37.94 3.49 121.63 44.35 83.35 7.46 138.63 9.17 47.05 11.69 5.38 9.38 152.96 28.60 19.70 1.92 79.75 14.34 7.57 195.64 2.82 6.81 .19 104.09 21.92 22.53 54.15 1.03 7.86 41.24 11.00 111.23 79.74 15.29 61.88 7.41 44.37 4.25 2.89 2.12 2.12

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BARNES TIM CHARLESTOWN IN BARNETT CHARLES NEW ALBANY IN BARNETT FRAN SELLERSBURG IN BARNETT RAYMOND CHARLESTOWN IN BARNHART ROY CHARLESTOWN IN BARNHILL CHERYL CLARKSVILLE IN BARR LARRY NEW ALBANY IN BARRETT GARRY SEYMOUR IN BARRETT HOMER OTISCO IN BARRETT KATHRYN SCOTTSBURG IN BARRETT MICHAEL HOLLY SPRINGS NC BARRETT REBECCA HENRYVILLE IN BARRETT ROBERT SCOTTSBURG IN BARRETT TONY SCOTTSBURG IN BARRIENT JAMES BORDEN IN BARRON DONALD CLARKSVILLE IN BARROW THOMAS CHARLESTOWN IN BARRY KENNETH CHARLESTOWN IN BARRY PHILLIP LOUISVILLE KY BARTLEY GEORGE JEFFERSONVILLE IN BARTLEY OZETTA SELLERSBURG IN BARY MICHAEL MEMPHIS IN BASHAM JAMES CLARKSVILLE IN BASHAM JAMES HENRYVILLE IN BASHAM ROGER SELLERSBURG IN BASS HERBERT JEFFERSONVILLE IN BASTIN MARK YUMA AZ BATCHELOR PERRY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BATES BRIAN CHARLESTOWN IN BATES DOUG SELLERSBURG IN BATES JOHN NABB IN BATES RETTA JEFFERSONVILLE IN BATESON RANDALL NEW ALBANY IN BATMAN COEN JEFFERSONVILLE IN BAUER BLAKE NEW ALBANY IN BAUER ROBERT NEW ALBANY IN BAUGH E HENRYVILLE IN BAUMAN ROBERT LOUISVILLE KY BAUMANN BEVERLY SELLERSBURG IN BAUMANN DIANA AUSTIN IN BAUMANN WILLIAM CHARLESTOWN IN BAXTER JAMES JEFFERSONVILLE IN BAXTER JOHN CHARLESTOWN IN BAXTER LEILA CLARKSVILLE IN BAXTER MONICA JEFFERSONVILLE IN BAYER SCOTT CHARLESTOWN IN BAYER VERNON NEW WASHINGTON IN BAYLOR STEVEN WILDWOOD FL BAYS WILLIAM JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEACH DORA MEMPHIS IN BEAM LENIN JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEANBLOSSOM MICHELLE CLARKSVILLE IN BEAR LINDA MADISON IN BEATTIE JUDY CHARLESTOWN IN BEATTY BOBBY SELLERSBURG IN BEATTY TINA AUSTIN IN BEAVER TIMOTHY CLARKSVILLE IN BEAVIN GEORGE NEW ALBANY IN BEAVIN MARY ELIZABETH IN BECK KELLY UNDERWOOD IN BECK RODNEY LOUISVILLE KY BECKER HERBERT PLANO TX BECKER TERI LOUISVILLE KY BECKETT DANIELLE BORDEN IN BECKHAM JAMES LOUISVILLE KY BECKORT CARL UNDERWOOD IN BECKORT DIANA CHARLESTOWN IN BEDELL ROBERT JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEELER OWEN CHARLESTOWN IN BEELER RUTH MARYSVILLE IN BEEM DAVID JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEERY BRUCE KALAMAZOO MI BEEVERS CHARLES JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEGLEY CHARLES RADFORD VA BEGLEY CHERI CLARKSVILLE IN BEGLEY CHERI LOUISVILLE KY BEGLEY JOY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEGLEY PATRICIA LA GRANGE KY BEHR RICHARD JEFFERSONVILLE IN BELCHER STEVEN CHARLESTOWN IN BELCHER THERESA NEW ALBANY IN BELDEN DAVID JEFFERSONVILLE IN BELL BRYAN NEW ALBANY IN BELL CHARLOTTE BUFORD GAY IN BELL ERNEST RUSSELL SPRINGS KY BELL GEORGE LYNN- RENTAL MEMPHIS IN BELL JAMES FT LEWIS WA BELL JAMES PEKIN IN BELL W SELLERSBURG IN BELL WILLIAM CHARLESTOWN IN BELLAMY SUSAN OTISCO IN BENDER ROBERT EDGEWOOD NM BENNETT JERALD CHARLESTOWN IN BENNETT JOHN SCOTTSBURG IN BENNETT KENNETH CLARKSVILLE IN

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25.99 195.30 3.55 7.17 11.28 18.45 49.43 85.04 26.64 19.23 39.77 3.29 5.10 76.94 13.60 184.79 3.51 1,257.07 152.36 119.42 60.99 38.10 5.30 70.80 5.32 27.68 54.81 1.32 4.66 33.26 26.81 8.11 63.91 4.51 1.34 16.70 21.71 25.04 122.53 7.23 7.62 53.71 6.96 38.59 4.80 12.78 75.25 2.85 8.44 31.18 4.09 34.66 18.21 8.11 9.26 77.89 7.72 80.59 55.45 5.83 112.35 .68 10.10 3.38 10.76 115.58 5.11 15.22 50.69 2.64 134.90 10.12 185.00 6.87 4.42 94.52 26.40 9.87 21.48 61.61 3.46 5.41 5.21 7.48 27.25 17.97 1.14 65.80 47.77 106.05 6.26 61.45 27.13 6.09 5.25

BENNETT MARK NEW ALBANY IN BENNETT MICHAEL BORDEN IN BENNETT PEGGY CAMBY IN BENNETT ROBERT NEW ALBANY IN BENNETT STEVE BORDEN IN BENNINGFIELD JOSEPH DEPAUW IN BENNISON JOHN NEW ALBANY IN BENTLEY EARL UNDERWOOD IN BENZ SCOTT LOUISVILLE KY BERKS ROY NEW ALBANY IN BERNA MEARL LEXINGTON IN BERNARD DELNO PEKIN IN BERNHARDT FRANK JEFFERSONVILLE IN BERRY C LARGO FL BERRY JAMES BORDEN IN BERRY LISA HODGENSVILLE KY BERRY NANETTE OWENSBORO KY BERRYMAN FRANK BORDEN IN BERTE SAVERIO ISELIN NJ BERTRAM JERRY CHARLESTOWN IN BERVE DENISE MEMPHIS IN BESS CHARLIE CLARKSVILLE IN BEST MARGARET SELLERSBURG IN BEST THOMAS HENRYVILLE IN BESWICK MIKE SALEM IN BETHANY RYAN CHARLESTOWN IN BEUTEL RICHARD UNDERWOOD IN BEYERLE TIMOTHY SELLERSBURG IN BEYL LUCY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BEZY GILBERT LOUISVILLE KY BIBB CINDY HANOVER IN BIERLY CELESTE NEW ALBANY IN BIERY HUDSON HOUSTON TX BIESEL JEFF SELLERSBURG IN BIG CITY KENNELS BORDEN IN BIGGS KIM FAYETTEVILLE NC BIGGS ROSE MEMPHIS IN BIGGS STEVEN SELLERSBURG IN BIGGS SUSAN MARYSVILLE IN BILES BRIGITTE IRVINGTON KY BILLE’ JOE JEFFERSONVILLE IN BILLINGS JOHN JEFFERSONVILLE IN BILLINGSLEY KIM CHARLESTOWN IN BILLS MARY BORDEN IN BINDER CAROLYN CLARKSVILLE IN BINDNER STEVEN HENRYVILLE IN BINKLEY CATHERINE SCOTTSBURG IN BIRD LEONARD LEXINGTON IN BIRJAH DONNY RICHMOND KY BIRKHIMER JOHN NEW BRAUNFELS TX BISHOP CYDNE BEDFORD IN BISHOP DENNIS HENRYVILLE IN BISHOP MARGARET SELLERSBURG IN BISHOP MARTHA JEFFERSONVILLE IN BISHOP RICHARD SELLERSBURG IN BISHOP SHERI COLUMBUS IN BISHOP THOMAS JEFFERSONVILLE IN BISHOP ULA PEKIN IN BIVEN CANDACE GREENVILLE IN BIVEN DONALD JEFFERSONVILLE IN BIXLER TRACEY SCOTTSBURG IN BLACKFORD JAMES OTISCO IN BLACKMAN ALPHONSE CLARKSVILLE IN BLACKMAN ELLEN CAMPBELLSBURG IN BLACKMAN RON PALYMRA IN BLACKMAN TODD BORDEN IN BLAGRAVE OLLIE SCOTTSBURG IN BLAIR BART-GARAGE BARDSTOWN KY BLAIR BETTY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BLAKE JANET JEFFERSONVILLE IN BLAKE TEDDY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BLANFORD JAMES CLARKSVILLE IN BLANKENBAKER ANGELA SELLERSBURG IN BLANKENBAKER DEEDRE HENRYVILLE IN BLANKENBAKER DOROTHY INDIANAPOLIS IN BLANKENBAKER DOROTHY SCOTTSBURG IN BLANKENSHIP ALVIN SEYMOUR IN BLASI LISA OTISCO IN BLEDSOE JAMES FLOYDS KNOBS IN BLEDSOE RICKY MEMPHIS IN BLESSETT WILLIAM LACONIA IN BLOCHER RAY SCOTTSBURG IN BLOCK WILLIAM SELLERSBURG IN BLOCKSOM BRUCE PHOENIX AZ BLOOMER JOHN CECILIA KY BLUE DIAMOND RANC H IRONTON OH BLUM GARY NEW ALBANY IN BOBBITT JOHN BORDEN IN BOBO JAMES BORDEN IN BOBSIN FRANCIS SELLERSBURG IN BODKIN STEVE CINCINNATI OH BOEHM GRACE BLOOMINGTON IN BOGARD KEITH JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOGARD NANCY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOGER JEFF MEMPHIS IN

2.16 78.16 3.97 18.00 18.50 8.29 99.94 11.82 1.91 8.08 30.75 3.21 13.67 32.95 73.57 3.16 5.16 8.68 62.63 10.84 4.55 8.90 124.53 43.88 38.75 135.01 74.46 2.12 2.80 109.81 76.19 .88 2.21 63.27 20.74 13.25 152.09 78.75 92.57 3.16 75.63 281.66 23.57 45.00 10.04 3.55 2.53 17.95 81.27 5.42 1.76 5.13 64.23 2.69 11.20 1.57 28.43 33.09 32.59 7.00 5.68 12.23 11.79 43.73 3.34 8.58 5.08 3.07 17.54 5.37 4.62 97.94 3.49 48.16 .40 98.38 1.72 13.52 149.32 6.85 21.83 .35 5.46 14.04 41.13 17.44 124.98 17.50 95.28 1.29 1.61 17.41 9.79 9.78 63.15

BOGER MARK SELLERSBURG IN BOHANNAN JIM CHARLESTOWN IN BOLDEN PHYLLIS LEXINGTON IN BOLDERY JAMES LEXINGTON IN BOLDT DAVID HENRYVILLE IN BOLEY DONALD JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOLING DONNA CHARLESTOWN IN BOLING MARSHA NEW WASHINGTON IN BOLLY VIRGIL BORDEN IN BOM LEONARD LOUISVILLE KY BOND DENISE NEW WASHINGTON IN BONEWELL FRED CLEARWATER FL BONNETT DONALD CORYDON IN BONNEY KEN MARYSVILLE IN BONSALL RICHARD LACONIA IN BONSETT GLEN JEFFERSONVILLE IN BONSETT KENDALL WESTMINSTER CO BOOK ROBERT SALEM IN BOOKER JOHN MOBILE AL BOONE ROBERT HENRYVILLE IN BOOTH MICHAEL MADISON WV BOOTH MICHAEL SCOTTSBURG IN BORDEN LORAINE - TR HENRYVILLE IN BORDEN NAZARENE CHURCH OAKLAND CITY IN BORDEN NAZARENE CHURCH-PAR PEKIN IN BORDEN THOMAS BORDEN IN BORDEN VENEER CO CHARLESTOWN IN BORDEN YOUTH LEAGUE INC BORDEN IN BORDERS EDITH SCOTTSBURG IN BORDERS STEPHEN JEFFERSONVILLE IN BORGESON RALPH GARDEN VALLEY ID BOTTOMS TERESA MARYSVILLE IN BOTTORFF BRENT JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOTTORFF LOIS CHARLESTOWN IN BOTTORFF ROBERT CHARLESTOWN IN BOTTORFF RUTH NEW ALBANY IN BOUGHTON KATHERINE HENRYVILLE IN BOUR SHANNON NEW ALBANY IN BOUVIER JUANITA NEW ALBANY IN BOUVIER MARSHALL GEORGETOWN IN BOWELL RUTH CHARLESTOWN IN BOWEN GARY SCOTTSBURG IN BOWEN JONATHAN CHARLESTOWN IN BOWEN RON SCOTTSBURG IN BOWER HARRY CHARLESTOWN IN BOWER ISABELLE CHARLESTOWN IN BOWER LARRY MEMPHIS IN BOWER LAWRENCE NEW WASHINGTON IN BOWER WILLIAM EVANSVILLE IN BOWERS JOHN NEW ALBANY IN BOWLES JAMES CHARLESTOWN IN BOWLES JERRY GLASGOW KY BOWLES JUDY UNDERWOOD IN BOWLES VIRGIL PALMYRA IN BOWLIN MICHAEL SCOTTSBURG IN BOWLING DEBORAH MADISON IN BOWLING DONALD PAXTON IL BOWLING GARY NEW ALBANY IN BOWLING LULA CHARLESTOWN IN BOWLINGS NURSERY & GARDEN LOUISVILLE KY BOWMAN CARRIE JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOWMAN GILBERT FLOYDS KNOBS IN BOWMAN MARK GELENA IN BOWMAN PAUL NEW ALBANY IN BOWMAN WILLIAM JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOWYER ALMA CHARLESTOWN IN BOWYER BEVERLY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOX BRECK HANOVER IN BOX HAL HANOVER IN BOYD JAMES ABINGDON MD BOYD JOANN SELLERSBURG IN BOYD TERRELL NEW ALBANY IN BOYER RICHARD L IRREVOC NEW WASHINGTON IN BOYKIN DAVID BORDEN IN BOYKIN JACK JEFFERSONVILLE IN BOYT EARL LEXINGTON IN BOYT RODGER PERU IN BRACE TERRY GEORGETOWN IN BRACEY HOMES-LANDLOR CHARLESTOWN IN BRADBURY DONALD LOVES PARK IL BRADING LONNIE LOUISVILLE KY BRADING MICHAEL PALMYRA IN BRADLEY DOROTHY NEW ALBANY IN BRADLEY KENNETH M GARAGE LOUISVILLE KY BRADLEY WILLIAM ORANGE PARK FL BRADSHAW ROBERT ARLINGTON VA BRADY FRANCIS SHELBYVILLE KY BRADY GLENN ALEXANDRIA VA BRAFFORD DANIEL CHARLESTOWN IN BRAFFORD TINA-GOBEL D L LOUISVILLE KY BRAMBLE LISA COLONIAL HEIGHTS VA BRAMER MICHAEL PEKIN IN BRAMLETT WILLIAM NEW ALBANY IN BRANCH MICHAEL JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRANDENBURG GARY MARYSVILLE IN

20.34 113.18 7.78 21.70 32.52 3.07 3.71 156.73 149.74 22.59 5.59 40.08 7.56 6.77 17.94 7.75 32.48 6.17 3.02 28.72 3.38 4.27 17.23 21.29 .61 1.48 14.63 9.45 5.08 8.77 87.56 2.77 7.02 95.31 74.54 8.22 19.45 6.19 75.38 142.02 5.96 51.21 22.03 73.94 13.99 69.57 14.42 39.78 29.46 11.76 105.51 108.79 128.22 6.73 3.37 12.09 9.56 5.13 6.50 115.25 6.38 144.84 9.09 47.81 1.34 10.00 3.07 3.60 138.06 10.21 9.78 167.03 136.19 36.55 3.98 41.96 41.33 56.30 2.86 5.92 9.40 8.64 6.79 57.32 10.40 36.51 48.1 13.54 6.87 10.64 4.01 4.56 73.67 6.41 48.09


BRANDENBURG THOMAS JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRANHAM BRUCE BELMONT MA BRANHAM JESSE JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRANHAM KRISTOPHER LOUISVILLE KY BRANHAM WILLIAM LOUISVILLE KY BRANSDOR DAVID NEW ALBANY IN BRANSTETTER AARON NEW ALBANY IN BRANSTETTER CHRIS HANOVER IN BRASWELLL BOB CHARLESTOWN IN BRATCHER ANNA JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRATCHER DWAYNE JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRATCHER ROY SELLERSBURG IN BRATCHER WENDY JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRATCHER WINDELL LOUISVILLE KY BRATTAIN FREDERICK LEXINGTON IN BRAY ROBERT HENRYVILLE IN BREIHOF MARY NEW ALBANY IN BRESLER MARTHA JEFFERSONVILLE IN BREWER BARBARA NEW ALBANY IN BREWER CHARLES LEXINGTON IN BREWER GREG PEKIN IN BREWER WANDA PROSPECT KY BREY WILLIAM NEW ALBANY IN BRIAN STEPHEN CHARLOTTE NC BRIDGES SHERYL HENRYVILLE IN BRIDGEWATER FRANK JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRIDGEWATER MARIE GREENSBURG IN BRIDGEWATER SHIRLEY SCOTTSBURG IN BRIGHT JAMES NEW SALISBURY IN BRINER CHRISTOPHER SCOTTSBURG IN BRINKMAN REATHA SELLERSBURG IN BRINLEY JUSTON SELLERSBURG IN BRISCOE TERRY RUSTON LA BRISON DONALD SELLERSBURG IN BRISON JAMES LEXINGTON IN BRISON LORI JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRISTOE MELVIN PADUCAH KY BRITT JAMES CORYDON IN BRITTINGHAM YVONNE GEORGETOWN IN BROAD KIM ELIZABETH IN BROADDUS DONALD MEMPHIS IN BROADUS ANITA BORDEN IN BROADUS RENEE JEFFERSONVILLE IN BROADY DEBRA SCOTTSBURG IN BROADY DOUGLAS CHARLESTOWN IN BROCK BARRY SCOTTSBURG IN BROCK CURTIS CLARKSVILLE IN BROCK JOHN MARENGO IN BROCK MARLIN FAIRDALE KY BROCK MARY SELLERSBURG IN BROCK ROBERT FLOYDS KNOBS IN BROCKMAN FRED JASPER IN BROCKMAN JEFFREY LOUISVILLE KY BROOKS ANTHONY HENRYVILLE IN BROOKS ARVILLE SELLERSBURG IN BROOKS BETTY NEW ALBANY IN BROOKS JEANEVA SELLERSBURG IN BROTHERS EDWARD NEW ALBANY IN BROWN ARTHUR NEW WASHINGTON IN BROWN BARRY LANESVILLE IN BROWN BONNIE BORDEN IN BROWN CHARLES SHEBYVILLE KY BROWN CHRISTOPHER NEW ALBANY IN BROWN CLURIE TOMPKINSVILLE KY BROWN DAVE LA GRANGE KY BROWN DEBORAH LOUISVILLE KY BROWN DONALD MEMPHIS IN BROWN DONALD NEW ALBANY IN BROWN DWIGHT NEW ALBANY IN BROWN HERBERT R - CAMP LOUISVILLE KY BROWN JAMES NEW ALBANY IN BROWN JEFFREY CLARKSVILLE IN BROWN JONNIE SELLERSBURG IN BROWN KENN SCOTTSBURG IN BROWN LORIE CHARLESTOWN IN BROWN MARLA CHARLESTOWN IN BROWN MARSHA NEW WASHINGTON IN BROWN MELANNE NEW ALBANY IN BROWN ORIS BORDEN IN BROWN PETER CHESTERTON IN BROWN PHILLIP BORDEN IN BROWN PHILLIP ORLEANS IN BROWN RICKEY SELLERSBURG IN BROWN ROBERT BORDEN IN BROWN SCOTT ORLANDO FL BROWN SHEILA NEW ALBANY IN BROWN TERESA SELLERSBURG IN BROWN TERRY SELLERSBURG IN BROWN TRACY CHARLESTOWN IN BROWN WAYLON CHARLESTOWN IN BROWN WAYNE HOMOSASSA FL BROWN WILLIAM SELLERSBURG IN BROWNING CAROL NEW ALBANY IN BROY GEORGE R - RES LAKE CITY FL BROY LESLIE MARYSVILLE IN

49.58 51.28 13.66 3.72 4.07 11.79 64.73 134.58 1.76 49.61 25.80 9.36 .61 69.45 109.65 74.39 37.20 42.75 51.03 31.66 21.56 10.86 7.92 8.45 5.92 19.18 4.57 87.81 221.95 3.17 14.59 17.28 5.26 71.06 176.52 5.98 4.06 32.6 5.40 64.22 1.78 8.76 8.70 122.5 47.95 83.53 139.61 27.34 10.14 170.52 132.83 18.62 43.19 7.43 2.86 141.68 18.03 7.49 3.66 9.22 36.89 .28 36.56 6.24 19.52 127.60 170.79 21.77 16.71 .53 5.93 12.62 .72 5.79 24.25 7.72 42.86 2.47 4.02 81.81 20.12 68.57 35.80 172.87 11.96 9.20 5.22 2.09 102.17 1.07 73.17 51.01 17.86 3.88 54.82

BROYLES BARBARA GEORGETOWN IN BRUCE DALE SELLERSBURG IN BRUCE DANA LOUISVILLE KY BRUCE DAVID NEW ALBANY IN BRUCE EMMA MEMPHIS TN BRUCE PRISCILLA NEW ALBANY IN BRUMFIELD EVA CORYDON IN BRUMMETT ED CROTHERSVILLE IN BRUMMETT JULIE SALEM IN BRUMMETT MELBA JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRUNER DARLA BIRMINGHAM AL BRUNNER LARRY GREENVILLE IN BRUNS R JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRUTON DON NINEVEH IN BRYANT BEN COMTONMENT FL BRYANT CHAD A JEFFERSONVILLE IN BRYANT CINDY NEW ALBANY IN BRYANT JOSEPH CHARLESTOWN IN BUCHANAN DEBRA NEW ALBANY IN BUCHHEIT JOHN KNOXVILLE TN BUCK JOHN INDIANAPOLIS IN BUCKINGHAM MICHAEL GEORGETOWN IN BUCKLEY ALECIA LOUISVILLE KY BUCKMASTER ALVIN JEFFERSONVILLE IN BUCKNER SHARRON SCOTTSBURG IN BUDD DAVID SELLERSBURG IN BUDD GEORGE LOUISVILLE KY BUIE RUTH NEW ALBANY IN BUIS KENNETH HENRYVILLE IN BUKY JAMES MANDEVILLE LA BULMER PAUL HUNTINGTON IN BULTER JOHATHAN BRENTWOOD TN BUMBALOUGH RONALD MARYSVILLE IN BUNCH KIMBERELY SCOTTSBURG IN BURBULES JOHN SELLERSBURG IN BURCH NATHANIEL CHARLESTOWN IN BURCHETT GARY CHARLESTOWN IN BURCHETT MISTY BORDEN IN BURD MARY C - RENTAL NEW ALBANY IN BURDEN AARON NEW WASHINGTON IN BURDEN JANET NEW ALBANY IN BURDEN KENNETH CLARKSVILLE IN BURDEN ROBERT HENRYVILLE IN BURDETTE ANABEL PALMYRA IN BURGE DAVID UNDERWOOD IN BURGE TIMOTHY SCOTTSBURG IN BURGER MICHAEL MILTON KY BURGER MICHAEL J SELLERSBURG IN BURGIN EDWIN SELLERSBURG IN BURGIN RONALD MEMPHIS IN BURGIN WILLIAM JEFFERSONVILLE IN BURKE CHARLES SCOTTSBURG IN BURKE DAVE SCOTTSBURG IN BURKE JAMES CLARKSVILLE IN BURKE KEVIN CHARLESTOWN IN BURKE TROY DAYTON OH BURKETT RICK FAIR OAKS IN BURKHARDT CYNTHIA BLOOMINGTON IN BURKHART JEFFERY SEYMOUR IN BURKS RICKY NEW ALBANY IN BURLESON JOHN MEMPHIS IN BURLESON MARK JEFFERSONVILLE IN BURLINGTON MOTOR CARRIERS SELLERSBURG IN BURNETT VIVIAN NEW SALISBURY IN BURNS ARLIE HENRYVILLE IN BURNS GARNETT SALEM IN BURNS JAMES CLARKSVILLE IN BURNS JESSIE/LOT 8B SCOTTSBURG IN BURNS JOHN CROTHERSVILLE IN BURNS PAMELA CORYDON IN BURNS TOM PLAINFIELD IN BURNS TOMMIE SALEM IN BURR ANITA NEW ALBANY IN BURRIS RALPH JEFFERSONVILLE IN BURSBY HENRIETTA SALEM IN BURTON ALVIN SELLERSBURG IN BURTON BRANDY HENRYVILLE IN BURTON HOWARD SELLERSBURG IN BURTON MARY LOUISVILLE KY BURTON MICHAEL SCOTTSBURG IN BURTON RICHARD HENRYVILLE IN BUSCHMANN RONALD BORDEN IN BUSH DONNA LEXINGTON IN BUSH LARRY DALEVILLE VA BUTCH’S BODY SHOP HENRYVILLE IN BUTLER DAVID SELLERSBURG IN BUTLER DOUGLAS WINSTON SALEM NC BUTLER JOHN NEW ALBANY IN BUTLER LARRY LOUISVILLE KY BUTLER MARA NEW ALBANY IN BUTLER NEVA SELLERSBURG IN BUTLER ROBERT CROSSVILLE TN BUTLER SHERRI SELLERSBURG IN BUTTS JASON HENRYVILLE IN BUTTS VELVA CLARKSVILLE IN

2.39 9.73 6.17 60.65 5.25 175.63 50.03 5.36 121.18 60.69 19.28 8.59 164.65 59.29 2.55 16.85 74.65 24.80 71.13 59.43 20.03 2.75 8.11 47.14 51.22 5.05 121.08 14.59 62.40 180.69 53.68 5.99 31.08 1.59 194.28 10.20 190.75 23.04 11.59 10.69 88.50 119.22 21.15 26.13 44.82 70.62 194.87 16.71 8.40 24.96 2.10 54.99 7.74 11.47 94.04 5.00 6.84 .62 4.18 14.05 6.69 64.31 184.62 7.86 8.26 24.62 86.63 22.61 46.42 18.54 135.23 7.86 26.83 9.51 24.56 20.14 2.75 1.27 100.00 32.89 125.20 13.66 50.38 15.38 7.58 6.96 3.41 5.12 5.80 7.88 38.95 37.94 8.60 77.59 2.71

BYER WESLEY CHARLESTOWN IN BYERLY KAREN SELLERSBURG IN BYERLY VINCENT LOUISVILLE KY BYNUM JAMES NEWARK DE BYRD KEVIN MEMPHIS IN BYRD OWEN NEW ALBANY IN BYRNE LAWRENCE JEFFERSONVILLE IN C & H HOME IMPROVEMENTS CHARLESTOWN IN CABLE JOHN HANOVER IN CABRERA GERARDO FT LAUDERDALE FL CADWALLADER ROBERT LOUISVILLE KY CAGLE DELBERT HENRYVILLE IN CAIN KEVIN SELLERSBURG IN CAIN MARY SELLERSBURG IN CALDWELL KENNETH CRESTWOOD KY CALDWELL TRACY JEFFERSONVILLE IN CALFEE LARRY COLUMBUS IN CALILUNG MICHAEL NEW ALBANY IN CALKINS KENNETH SELLERSBURG IN CALLAHAN BRENDA BORDEN IN CALLAHAN JUDITH CLARKSVILLE IN CALLAHAN SCOTT DEPUTY IN CALLAHAN WILLIAM JEFFERSONVILLE IN CALLIS ED LEXINGTON IN CALLIS LUCY LOUISVILLE KY CALVERT C JEFFERSONVILLE IN CALVERT TREVIS HENRYVILLE IN CAMM DAVID GEORGETOWN IN CAMP KEVIN FREDRICK MARYLA ND CAMPAGNA DONN JEFFERSONVILLE IN CAMPBELL ANDY CHARLESTOWN IN CAMPBELL CHARLOTTE OTISCO IN CAMPBELL DAMON SCOTTSBURG IN CAMPBELL DANIEL SEYMOUR IN CAMPBELL DANNY HENRYVILLE IN CAMPBELL DAVID AUSTIN IN CAMPBELL DEREK EKRON KY CAMPBELL FINLEY POMPANO BEACH FL CAMPBELL JAMES MEMPHIS IN CAMPBELL JOHN AUSTIN IN CAMPBELL KAREN PEKIN IN CAMPBELL LINDA SCOTTSBURG IN CAMPBELL NEAL NEW ALBANY IN CAMPBELL NORMA SCOTTSBURG IN CAMPBELL PATRICIA SELLERSBURG IN CAMPBELL PAUL NORTH VERNON IN CAMPBELL PEGGY JEFFERSONVILLE IN CAMPBELL ROBERT LEXINGTON IN CAMPBELL SUSAN NEW ALBANY IN CAMPBELL TAMMY OTISCO IN CAMPBELL TONYA BORDEN IN CAMPBELL TROY JEFFERSONVILLE IN CAMPBELL VERLE BORDEN IN CAMPBELL WILLIAM CHARLESTOWN IN CANNON GARY JEFFERSONVILLE IN CANTARA GARY BORDEN IN CANTRELL CAROL JEFFERSONVILLE IN CANTRELL FRED NABB IN CANTRELL RAY UNDERWOOD IN CAPE PERRY SELLERSBURG IN CAPLE JAMES HENRYVILLE IN CAPPS TIMOTHY NEVADA CITY CA CARDER MARY MEMPHIS IN CARDINAL MORRIS HENRYVILLE IN CARDWELL MARY SELLERSBURG IN CAREY RICHARD FLOYDS KNOBS IN CAREY TOMMY GEORGETOWN IN CARINA COX CHARLESTOWN IN CARL DEBORAH BORDEN IN CARLIN MARTHA HENRYVILLE IN CARLISLE RUDY SELLERSBURG IN CARLSON RICHARD LOUISVILLE KY CARMAN ROBERT NEW ALBANY IN CARMICHAEL RANDALL UNDERWOOD IN CARO DOYLETTA SCOTTSBURG IN CARPENTER ANGELA JEFFERSONVILLE IN CARPENTER BARNETT LOUISVILLE KY CARPENTER CAROL NEW ALBANY IN CARPENTER DONNA JEFFERSONVILLE IN CARPENTER DWIGHT SELLERSBURG IN CARPENTER MAURICE HENRYVILLE IN CARR MAXINE CLARKSVILLE IN CARR MAXINE JEFFERSONVILLE IN CARRICO JOSEPH CHARLESTOWN IN CARRICO TERRY NEW ALBANY IN CARRIE L BORDEN IN CARRIG RAYMOND WOOD RIVER NE CARROLL ESTELLE CHARLESTOWN IN CARROLL SHANNON SELLERSBURG IN CARROW SONJA TOMPKINSVILLE KY CARTA ANTHONY FLOYDS KNOBS IN CARTER ANNA SELLERSBURG IN CARTER BOYD MERRITT ISLAND FL CARTER DON TILDEN NE CARTER ELIZABETH CLARKSVILLE IN

JUNE 2022

8.26 7.36 5.55 22.50 7.73 45.80 72.33 13.23 55.20 54.43 3.21 13.2 2.30 92.52 6.63 123.07 1.64 5.45 5.23 94.64 15.42 11.63 3.71 40.30 41.40 .57 60.65 7.78 42.75 9.05 117.05 33.24 246.69 28.84 39.70 11.99 73.80 87.26 9.04 74.52 57.16 2.03 6.12 14.5 5.21 153.18 8.47 97.79 1.76 9.75 25.96 10.01 14.08 180.92 73.42 7.72 115.91 88.55 82.51 8.72 14.02 28.18 68.13 25.00 83.25 6.52 10.13 2.60 92.36 7.72 .23 106.58 8.38 110.39 7.14 6.32 3.61 2.54 133.15 11.11 39.00 22.97 78.98 52.37 7.28 2.84 6.81 27.9 5.46 14.36 12.40 6.96 79.17 10.98 27.68

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CARTER MATTHEW AUSTIN IN CARTER MICHAEL MIAMI FL CARTER RAYMOND MARYSVILLE IN CARTER REGINA CLARKSVILLE IN CARTER RICHARD SELLERSBURG IN CARTER ROSIALEE SELLERSBURG IN CARTWRIGHT ROBERT CHARLESTOWN IN CARUTHERS MICHAEL CHARLESTOWN IN CARVER PAUL AUSTIN IN CARVER ROBERT LACONIA IN CARVER ROBERT SELLERSBURG IN CASEY BERTHA SELLERSBURG IN CASEY FRANK CLARKSVILLE IN CASEY JANENE SELLERSBURG IN CASEY LISA SELLERSBURG IN CASEY MYRTLE CLARKSVILLE IN CASH BRYAN NABB IN CASH KEVIN SAINT PETERSBURG FL CASIANO ENRIQUE JEFFERSONVILLE IN CASPER ERVIN CHARLESTOWN IN CASTENADA ALICE CHARLESTOWN IN CASTILE HEATHER NEW ALBANY IN CASTILE TERRY SELLERSBURG IN CASTILE WAYNE JEFFERSONVILLE IN CASTILLO JOSEPH NEW ALBANY IN CASTLETON MICHAEL F SELLERSBURG IN CATES HAROLD LOUISVILLE KY CATLETT JAMES NEW ALBANY IN CATLETT WILLIAM BORDEN IN CATO BENNY GEORGETOWN IN CATRON FRANCES NEW ALBANY IN CAUBLE GARRY HENRYVILLE IN CAUDILL DORSEY EAST BERNSTADT KY CAUDILL KAREN JACKSON KY CAUDILL LOIS AUSTIN IN CAUDILL THELMA JEFFERSONVILLE IN CAUDILL THOMAS LOUISVILLE KY CAVALLO LOUIS CAMPBELLSVILLE KY CAVANAUGH TESSA S HENRYVILLE IN CAVE DOUG JEFFERSONVILLE IN CECIL SARAH NEW ALBANY IN CENTERS BESSIE SALEM IN CENTURY 21 JEFFERSONVILLE IN CERAMI MARY SCOTTSBURG IN CERIDIAN CORPORATION LOUISVILLE KY CHAMBERS DONALD OTISCO IN CHAMBERS RANDY COLORADO SPRINGS CO CHAMBERS ROBERT VALRICO FL CHAMPION TRUCKING COMPANY NEW ALBANY IN CHANDLER JAMES CLARKSVILLE IN CHANDLER WENDY SELLERSBURG IN CHAPMAN CHARLES FLOYDS KNOBS IN CHAPMAN DANA SELLERSBURG IN CHAPMAN TROY HENRYVILLE IN CHAPMAN WILLIAM CHARLESTOWN IN CHAPUT JOHN JACKSONVILLE FL CHARLESTOWN REG BAPT CH CHARLESTOWN IN CHARLEY SHELBY LEXINGTON IN CHATTIN MARY LEXINGTON IN CHEATHAM SANDRA INDIANAPOLIS IN CHEATHAM VONDA SELLERSBURG IN CHENG RAYMOND LOUISVILLE KY CHERRY RONNIE FLOYDS KNOBS IN CHERRY TIMOTHY NEW ALBANY IN CHESER KENNETH SELLERSBURG IN CHESTER ANNETTA CHARLESTOWN IN CHESTER LARRY CLARKSVILLE IN CHESTER ROY CUB RUN KY CHIDESTER CHRISTINE LOUISVILLE KY CHILDRESS LARRY CAMPBELLSVILLE KY CHOCKLETTE JOHN TAMPA FL CHOWHAN NAVEED FLOYDS KNOBS IN CHRISMAN JACK NEW ALBANY IN CHRISMAN WILLIAM NEW ALBANY IN CHRISTIAN BILL SELLERSBURG IN CHRISTIAN IRVIN BORDEN IN CHRISTIAN TERRY NORTH LAS VEGAS NV CHRISTIAN TRUCKERS INC FLOYDS KNOBS IN CHRISTIANSON DEBORAH MARYSVILLE IN CHURCH R MARYSVILLE IN CHURCHILL MARGARET MEMPHIS IN CILONE ANGELA LOUISVILLE KY CIMAFRANCA MARIO NEW ALBANY IN CIRESI SANDRA FLOYDS KNOBS IN CIRONE R PHOENIX AZ CISSELL EVAN HENRYVILLE IN CISSELL KORRI J DEPAUW IN CISSELL MARVIN MEMPHIS IN CITIZENS FIDELITY NEW ALBANY IN CIUKAJ STEVEN SELLERSBURG IN CLAGETT JOSEPH SCOTTSBURG IN CLAIR FRED CHARLESTOWN IN CLAMPITT DONALD BIRDSEYE IN CLANCY JOHN INDIANAPOLIS IN CLAPP BETTY CHARLESTOWN IN

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JUNE 2022

6.60 14.07 116.44 1.87 94.26 8.48 102.17 12.97 12.59 16.25 2.55 120.57 2.32 99.43 3.17 8.68 6.24 17.83 14.10 8.24 136.36 2.97 52.32 8.64 5.11 57.87 162.11 6.00 6.39 14.41 24.48 12.25 5.60 17.14 4.53 4.71 1.78 95.92 118.14 6.38 5.09 6.49 1.13 45.68 83.93 12.30 5.98 128.30 253.92 24.01 40.95 26.18 5.71 38.90 7.66 .66 30.82 5.44 181.96 3.29 6.20 7.10 .40 .25 46.95 14.80 65.64 13.27 28.64 23.22 27.57 10.11 91.47 124.63 64.11 .10 5.38 29.94 6.95 3.88 21.45 4.92 132.09 9.57 3.79 51.28 10.91 2.33 1.96 64.70 52.86 78.84 60.61 30.04 162.39

CLARK AMY JEFFERSONVILLE IN 13.10 CLARK BILLIE SELLERSBURG IN 7.62 CLARK BONNIE HENRYVILLE IN 31.89 CLARK CHRISTINE PACE FL 92.79 CLARK FLOYD LANDFILL CO CLARKSVILLE IN 139.04 CLARK HOWARD - RES BOWLING GREEN KY 30.49 CLARK IVA BORDEN IN 52.98 CLARK JAMES HENRYVILLE IN 23.71 CLARK JUDITH JEFFERSONVILLE IN 32.64 CLARK KENNETH SELLERSBURG IN .54 CLARK KIM JEFFERSONVILLE IN 48.52 CLARK ROGER GRAND ISLE LA 166.61 CLARK SEAN CHARLESTOWN IN 2.38 CLARK TIMOTHY UNDERWOOD IN 63.26 CLARK WILLIAM JEFFERSONVILLE IN 225.47 CLARKSTON WILLIAM SPOKANE WA 3.96 CLARY HAROLD SELLERSBURG IN 24.71 CLAY ROSZELLA JEFFERSONVILLE IN 3.02 CLEFFMAN SAUNDRA NEW WASHINGTON IN 30.05 CLEMENS BEECHER LOUISVILLE KY 7.22 CLEMENS TIM NEW ALBANY IN 27.73 CLEMENS TIMOTHY LOUISVILLE KY 42.96 CLEMENTS MIKE BORDEN IN 9.10 CLEMENTS REX UNDERWOOD IN 53.58 CLEMONS JAMES BORDEN IN 7.56 CLEMONS JEANETTE HENRYVILLE IN 8.56 CLEMONS MICHELLE SELLERSBURG IN 73.94 CLEMONS SCOTT KNOXVILLE TN 24.04 CLEPHAS PAUL - CAMP LOUISVILLE KY 1.47 CLERKIN MAX SELLERSBURG IN 40.79 CLEVENGER WILLIAM FLOYDS KNOBS IN 300.16 CLICK ROBERT SELLERSBURG IN 5.55 CLINE WILLIAM SELLERSBURG IN 17.08 CLOAR R CHILLICOTHE OH 113.61 CLUTE MELISSA SELLERSBURG IN 4.23 COAST TO COAST NEW ALBANY IN 4.24 COATS DENISE JEFFERSONVILLE IN 2.16 COATS FREEMAN PEKIN IN 8.26 COATS JOHN JEFFERSONVILLE IN 19.63 COATS LONNIE BORDEN IN 87.87 COATS RALPH JEFFERSONVILLE IN 6.19 COATS RALPH JEFFERSONVILLE IN 183.57 COBB CLYDE CLARKSVILLE IN 10.08 COBB DONALD HENRYVILLE IN 116.29 COBB GREG NEW ALBANY IN 12.63 COBBLERS CROSSING HOMEOWNERS NEW ALBANY IN 7.94 COCHRAN ARTHUR T - TR CHARLESTOWN IN 1.68 COCHRAN BOBBYE PEKIN IN 68.64 COCHRAN CHELSEA N SELLERSBURG IN 64.88 COCHRAN DARRELL LEXINGTON IN 119.65 COCHRAN DAVID CHARLESTOWN IN 110.58 COCHRAN DONALD CHARLESTOWN IN 26.49 COCHRAN EDWARD MAUCKPORT IN 28.16 COCHRAN GEORGE OTISCO IN 45.75 COCHRAN JOHN CHARLESTOWN IN 3.53 COCHRAN KEVIN SELLERSBURG IN 95.47 COCHRAN MARTIN SCOTTSBURG IN 51.15 COCHRAN PHYLLIS CHARLESTOWN IN 2.74 COCHRAN ROBERT HENRYVILLE IN 69.65 COCHRAN RUTH CLARKSVILLE IN .01 COCHRAN TAMMY CHARLESTOWN IN 66.23 COCHRAN TERRY CHARLESTOWN IN 3.54 COCHRAN WAYNE NEW ALBANY IN 8.59 COCHRAN WM UNDERWOOD IN 27.62 COCKERILL JAMES SALEM IN 1.70 COFFMAN DONNA UNDERWOOD IN 77.59 COFFMAN TAMMY UNDERWOOD IN 4.26 COGHILL HILDA NEW ALBANY IN 7.32 COKER MARAR SCOTTSBURG IN 7.36 COLE C MARYSVILLE IN 85.34 COLE DOUG OTISCO IN 6.58 COLE H CLARKSVILLE IN 76.15 COLE HOMER E - FARM OTISCO IN .14 COLE M SCOTTSBURG IN 83.41 COLE MINNIE OTISCO IN 11.08 COLE NORA MACON GA 7.35 COLE RANDY SCOTTSBURG IN 9.38 COLE RICK SCOTTSBURG IN 45.77 COLE WILLIAM MARYSVILLE IN 20.92 COLEMAN BRIAN LOUISVILLE KY 63.83 COLEMAN JERRY LOUISVILLE KY 64.53 COLEMAN JOHN UNDERWOOD IN 67.99 COLEMAN RICKY LEXINGTON KY 133.96 COLEMAN TRAVIS NEW ALBANY IN 66.06 COLEMAN WALTER HENRYVILLE IN 29.53 COLLARD DARRELL MURFREESBORO TN 53.31 COLLETT CHAS NEW ALBANY IN 81.13 COLLIER GREGORY BORDEN IN 100.14 COLLIER MAURICE JEFFERSONVILLE IN 112.75 COLLIER RAY AUSTIN IN 52.96 COLLINGS THEIA SCOTTSBURG IN 40.14 COLLINGWOOD STEPHEN CLARKSVILLE IN 23.72 COLLINI VINCENT JEFFERSONVILLE IN 16.11 COLLINS ARTHUR SELLERSBURG IN 86.88

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food

COLORIFIC SALAD Eleanor Watkins Bourbon, Indiana

SALAD: 2 heads Romaine lettuce, chopped 2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese 2 chopped red pepper 1 cup pecans 1 cup dried cranberries 1 cup honey roasted sesame sticks ½ purple onion, thinly sliced (optional) Mix together in a large bowl.

DRESSING: 1 cup sugar ⅓ cup vinegar

RANCH PASTA SALAD

1 t. salt ½ t. pepper

Kylie Olson St. Paul, Indiana

1 T. onion flakes 1 T. mustard

1 pkg. ranch dressing mix 1 cup buttermilk 1 cup mayonnaise 2 cups pasta shells 8 oz. sharp Cheddar cheese, cut in small cubes 1 cup frozen peas, thawed 4 slices bacon, cooked and chopped Salt and pepper to taste

Whisk together the ranch dressing mix, buttermilk and mayonnaise. Refrigerate at least 30 minutes. Cook pasta according to box directions. Drain and cool. Add cooked pasta, cheese, peas and bacon to a large serving bowl. Toss together with ranch dressing, beginning with ½ cup, adding more as desired. Season with salt and pepper.

½ cup oil ¼ cup water 2 T. mayonnaise Combine all dressing ingredients in a blender or place in a jar and shake well. Pour dressing over salad and mix lightly just before serving.

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What’s your favorite Indiana restaurant? FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS, WE’VE SPOTLIGHTED EATERIES OF ALL KINDS FROM ALL OVER THE STATE IN OUR INDIANA EATS FEATURE. We’ve focused on pizzerias, bakeries, diners, barbecue joints, fine dining establishments and so much more. As we begin year six of Indiana Eats, we’d like to hear your suggestions of restaurants we should feature in the future. Turn to page 3 for information on how to contact us. Tell us what your favorite restaurant is and why it should be featured in Indiana Eats. Contact us by June 30 for a chance to win a Koji four-quart ice cream maker.

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safety

FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH YOUR HOME’S ELECTRICAL SYSTEM A lot of people won’t plug in their new TV or toaster without reading the instruction book at least once. But many will move into a new home without understanding the electrical system that makes everything work. Would you know how to trip the main circuit if someone was being shocked at an outlet somewhere? “Understanding how your home’s electrical system functions is important not only to keep it properly maintained, but for your safety if a problem arises,” said John Gasstrom, CEO of Indiana Electric Cooperatives. “We ask all of our consumers to familiarize themselves with this equipment that keeps their homes running smoothly.” The electric cooperative handles the line portion of a consumer’s service, which includes everything up to and including the meter on the side of the house. Everything beyond that point is called the “load side.” Everything on the load side is the consumer’s responsibility. The meter measures the amount of electricity your home uses and determines your bill each month. Tampering with it is both extremely dangerous and illegal. You’ll find your electrical service panel inside your home. It keeps everything inside running. The service panel sends electricity to the light switches, outlets and appliances. If your electricity short circuits or an overload shuts down power, your service panel is where you will go to restore the flow. Circuit breakers help your home’s electrical system from overloading, thus preventing an electrical fire. (Homes built before 1965 may still use fuses.) The main breaker will cut all power to the home, and the individual circuit breakers administer power to individual parts of the home. If you look in your service panel, all of the circuits and what they power should be labeled. A couple times a year, try turning each breaker on and off. This helps familiarize you with each component of the box and will keep them from getting stuck. Homeowners should make sure no circuits are overloaded. A general rule when setting up your breakers is to have only one big ticket item on a circuit. That means you would not put your refrigerator and washing machine on the same circuit. If your circuits frequently overload, it may be time to contact an electrician to add more circuits to your service panel.

ELECTRIC LINGO When you call an electrician to assist you with a problem, it’s helpful to know the lingo. Here are a few electrical terms to know: ELECTRICAL SERVICE PANEL: Distributes electricity to switches, outlets and appliances. This is where you can restore the flow to an overloaded circuit or shut down the power to the circuit. FUSES: Safety devices used to protect individual circuits installed in homes before 1965. Each time a fuse is blown it must be replaced. CIRCUIT BREAKERS: Standard safety devices used to protect individual circuits. When a circuit is “tripped,” it just has to be manually reset to resume operating. ARC FAULT: A dangerous electrical problem caused by damaged, overheated or stressed electrical wiring or devices. ARC FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTORS (AFCIs): AFCIs are protective devices that replace standard circuit breakers in the electric service panel. AFCIs provide enhanced protection against additional fire hazards known as arc faults. TAMPER RESISTANT RECEPTACLE (TRR): A wall outlet that features an internal shutter mechanism. JUNE 2022

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do-it-yourself

DOES YOUR FRONT DOOR NEED A REFRESH?

Open the door

a great looking to

ENTRY

With your yard’s spring cleanup behind you, it’s a great time to focus on your home’s front entrance. After all, it’s the first thing people notice as they approach your home. Whether it’s an expansive area for entertaining or just a simple piece of concrete, there are lots of ways to spruce it up without breaking the bank. Simple DIY touches (or touch ups) to your entryway will add warmth and character that are inviting and amp up curb appeal.

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START FRESH First things first: Do an all-over cleanup of the walkways leading up to the front door. Use a stiff bristle broom to sweep the front porch and recessed alcoves of leftover autumn leaves, wayward mulch, and other debris. Clear out the corners and areas around the porch


do-it-yourself light where cobwebs and

seals around the door’s

numbers or add a snazzy

an eye-catching way to

dead bugs collect. Give

opening and replace

new letterbox. Finally,

welcome guests. Or try

the cement slab or paver

ones that are dried out

add a new doormat that

more substantial rocking

stones a good power

and cracked. Make sure

welcomes guests inside,

chairs or a porch swing

wash with eco-friendly

the door jam will properly

but leaves dirt and debris

for added comfort and

cleaning agents. Scrub

accommodate your new

outside.

relaxation. Small side

dirt and grime from your

door’s locks and strike

storm door, then remove

plates. Outdated hardware on

BLOCK EYES AND THE ELEMENTS

your door can age your

Consider installing an

home’s entry, so check out

awning over your front

the newest finishes and

door. They protect

styles. Then, carry this

your door’s paint from

new look through to your

direct sun and keep the

porch lights, too. Today’s

entryway dry on rainy

energy-efficient fixtures

days. Freshen up an

have many options, such

existing awning with an

as seasonal bulb colors,

outdoor fabric cleaner or

UPDATE AND ACCESSORIZE

motion sensors, or smart

replace a tattered one

technology for added

with new fabric. Cleverly

security. Add a subtle

placed vertical planters

If your front door has seen

glow nearby with a few

or hanging baskets full

better days, a refresh

solar landscape lights or a

of bright blooms add

is in order. Remove old

string of outdoor Edison-

pops of color and a bit of

paint with a paint stripping

style bulbs.

privacy. If your porch has

screens and spray them out with a hose and soap. Clean both doors’ hardware with a mild, finish-friendly cleaner. Then wipe down inserts, transoms, and sidelights with a good glass cleaner that leaves them sparkling.

solvent, then fill in small scratches or gouges with a spackle made for your type of door. Apply a fresh coat of primer and several coats of door paint in a bold new color. If new paint isn’t enough, consider replacing your old door with a heavier core door with enhanced insulation. Inspect the

Replace an old builder’s grade doorbell with a modern style, or install a Ring doorbell that lets you see and speak to visitors. Add pizzazz with a decorative door knocker, or install a permanent or moveable door hanger for wreaths and seasonal décor. Replace old house

by

weight-bearing columns,

tables keep beverages handy, and a few outdoor pillows complete the look. A resin wicker storage bench or deck box offers additional seating and a dry place for package deliveries. Now sit back and enjoy the summer nights from your newly updated and welcoming front porch.

VISIT YOUR LOCAL DO IT BEST STORE OR DOITBEST.COM

try outdoor curtains or a

for thousands of

lattice wall with plants or

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ivy for added privacy that

improvement

helps block the wind.

products,

HAVE A SEAT

including

If space allows, add some weather-resistant

supplies to refresh your

seating to your front

home’s front

porch. Brightly colored

entrance.

Adirondack chairs are

Dustin Reynolds and Shannon Morrow

Dustin Reynolds and Shannon Morrow are part of the leadership team at Tweedy Lumber & Hardware in Rushville. They’re member-owners of Do it Best, a Fort Wayne-based cooperative of thousands of hardware stores, home centers and lumberyards throughout the U.S. and around the world. (This article is for informational purposes only. Indiana Connection and Do it Best Corp. assume no liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein, or for injuries, property damage, or the outcome of any project.) JUNE 2022

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Hoosier Energy news

Hoosier Energy President and CEO Donna Walker, far left, looks on during a business update panel with senior staff members, from left, Jon Jackson, Rob Horton, Chris Blunk and Shannon Thom during the 2022 Annual Meeting on April 7 at French Lick Resort.

BACK AFTER A PANDEMIC PAUSE Annual Meeting attendees urged to work toward the future The 2022 Annual Meeting of your electric cooperative’s power provider, Hoosier Energy, returned to the French Lick Resort on April 7 after a three-year pause due to the pandemic. All of the generation and transmission cooperative’s 18 member cooperatives (including your local electric cooperative) were represented and on hand. The guest list was pared down for this year’s meeting and a more serious approach followed the day’s business session. Hoosier Energy President and CEO Donna Walker kicked things off by welcoming attendees back to an in-person meeting format. “This is such a nice change from the past few years,” she said. “I don’t think any of us were thinking when we left the 2019 Annual Meeting that in just a few short months we’d be facing

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a global pandemic that has forever changed so many aspects of our lives.” That was especially true on the business side of things. Walker hosted a panel discussion with Hoosier Energy’s senior staff members – Rob Horton, Jon Jackson, Chris Blunk and Shannon Thom. They addressed decisions made on the future of the Merom generating station, the pandemic, financial status, resource portfolio, demand side management, distributing energy resources, risk management and cost management, to name a few.

Other meeting highlights: • Guest speaker John Bear, CEO of MISO (Midcontinent Independent System Operator), shared his insights on the transitioning energy market with its impact on both generation and transmission.

• Change remained the unofficial theme as the day wrapped up with a Grid Reliability Panel, moderated by National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative (NRTC) CEO Tim Bryan. The panel consisted of Hoosier Energy Chief Technology Officer Bob Richhart, Jackson County REMC CEO Mark McKinney and South Central Indiana REMC CEO James Tanneberger. Topics ranged from the smart grid to load control to the impact of fiber on communications and broadband as well as the funding for those programs. As the meeting concluded, Walker encouraged attendees to look ahead toward the future. “My hope is as we leave here today, we feel optimistic about the future we’re working toward together,” she said.

Just as your local electric cooperative hosts an annual member meeting each year, your co-op’s generation and transmission cooperative holds an annual meeting for its member electric cooperatives. The article on this page summarizes what happened at this year’s Hoosier Energy Annual Meeting.


INDIANA’S ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES

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REGISTER TO WIN BY VISITING OUR WEBSITE: CLARKREMC.COOP/BATS

BEGINNING JULY 1, CONSUMERS WILL NO LONGER PAY THE INDIANA UTILITY RECEIPTS TAX. This tax elimination will annually put an estimated $28.5 million back in the pockets of 1.3 million Hoosiers served by the state’s 38 electric cooperatives. Clark County REMC consumers alone will save an estimated $800 thousand annually from the repeal of this tax. This was made possible because of the efforts of Indiana’s electric cooperatives advocating for their consumer-members and negotiating with the Indiana General Assembly to repeal this tax, ultimately saving money for each and every electric cooperative member across Indiana. The repeal of this tax will be automatically reflected on your August bill.

DO WE OWE YOU MONEY? FIND A LISTING OF CAPITAL CREDITS ON PAGE 16A-D JUNE 2022

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