Inside Today: 4-H animal results
Issue No. 29
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Foundation grants include $49,000 for teacher, staff iPads
TIM HILLMAN PHOTOS
Whitney Chipman’s grand champion steer was bought by Bar-Tie Reinforcing, Inc. The 2013 Ohio County 4-H Rotary Auction was held Friday, July 12. Queen Emma Powell and King Coleman Yauch are shown also.
Consistency pays off for Chipman at fair
poultry, 2 rabbits, 11 goats, on the animals appraised at 11 waterfowl,eight steers, $15,634.24. three sheep, one turkey plus Chipman was not the only Recorder-News Editor email@example.com gift baskets for the champion repeat winner as Brett Weaver Consistency is the name dairy cow and dairy goats. captured the grand champion of the game at least in Ohio The bid price was $42,475 dairy cow and Emma Powell County 4-H where Whitney Chipman showed the grand champion steer and reserve champion swine in 2013 just as she did a year ago. Her steer was bought for $4,100 by Charlie Kincaid of Bar-Tie Reinforcing, Inc. during the Rotary Livestock Auction Friday, July 12. Chipman’s reserve swine was purchased by REMC for $825. The sale of 82 animals netted $58,109.24 which in- Norman and Judy Kirkpatrick were 2013 Ohio County honorees cluded 21 swine, 12 for their contributions to 4-H over the years. Tim Hillman
was dairy goat grand champion. Dr. Marvin Moore bought Weaver’s dairy basket for $575 while Fresh Wave/OMI paid the same for Powell’s goat basket. Kora Powell’s reserve dairy goat package went for $525 to Bear Branch Supply. Marissa Henry had won several grand champion awards for her rabbits during the past 10 years but not last year. She made up for that this year (her 10th and final year) by having the grand champion rabbits which sold to Utility Supply Company for $1000. Shealyn Bell’s reserve champ brought $425 from Community Spirit Credit union. Sarah Steele was a double winner with the grand champion lamb and market goat. SEI Communications
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The Rising Sun Regional Foundation (RSRF) awarded a total of $224,431 in 11 new grants at its June 26, 2013 meeting. These grants included: ■■$10,000 to the City of Rising Sun toward the purchase and installation of an electronic city entry and message sign at the site of the new Ohio County Community Foundation headquarters building on SR 56. ■■$49,052 to the Rising Sun Ohio County Community School Corporation toward the purchase of iPads for its teaching staff, administrators, and board members. ■■$10,000 to the Rising Sun Municipal Utilities to assist in beginning the relining of several sections of its high-priority problem areas in its sewer system as part of a multi-year sanitary wastewater improvement plan. ■■$5,000 to the Ohio County Convention, Tourism, & Visitors toward expenses for its 2013 “A Roar of Thunder Regatta” to be held in Rising Sun in August 2013. ■■$2,500 to the Ohio County Public Library toward the replacement of its microfilm reader and to increase its digital book services for K-2nd grade level students. ■■$40,000 challenge grant to the Southeastern Career Center toward the purchase of an engine performance test cell and emissions cart for its regional advanced diesel engine training program. ■■$29,919 to the South Dearborn Community School Corporation toward mobile device labs for its high school and middle school. ■■$40,000 to the Southern Ripley County Emergency Life Squad toward the refurbishment of an ambulance that will serve the Ripley County area.
■■$9,990 to the SunmanDearborn Youth Athletic Association toward the purchase of much needed new safety helmets and shoulder pads for Sunman football players ages 6-12. ■■$23,000 to the City of Aurora toward matching funds for the Indiana State sponsored Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation program. ■■$4,970 to the Versailles Lions Club for a safe and expanded electrical service for its newly acquired building, its annual Pumpkin Show, and other community events. In announcing the awarding of these new grants, foundation President Marianne Wiggers stated, “RSRF has again attempted to address through its quarterly grants program high priority and timely needs that impact the largest number of residents within its grantmaking region that encompasses Ohio County, Ripley County, and the City of Aurora. The Foundation has accomplished this goal while facing a smaller grants budget for 2013 due to a lesser income stream from the Rising Star Casino, which is faced with both increased regional gaming competition and a continued difficult economy.” The Rising Sun Regional Foundation was created in 1994 by the City of Rising Sun in conjunction with the development of the Grand Victoria Casino and Resort by the Hyatt Corporation. The foundation began its grantmaking program in early 1997, which it has continued to implement. It is now funded by the Rising Star Casino Resort, owned by Full House Resorts, Inc., which makes monthly contributions to the foundation based on a percentage of its Adjusted Gross Revenue.
Book fees set for 2013-2014 school year
Linda Phillips tests the temperature of the pork chops grilled for the annual Farm Bureau BBQ Dinner on Friday, July 12. Also shown cooking are Raymond Kirkpatrck, Allan Kirkpatrick (partially hidden), Franklin Weaver and Alan Cutter.
Students will report ■■Kindergarten..................$56.40 for a full day of school ■■Grade 1..........................$64.75 on Thursday, Aug. 1, ■■Grade 2..........................$58.50 as another year begins ■■Grade 3..........................$97.75 at the Rising Sun-Ohio ■■Grade 4..........................$91.85 County Community ■■Grade 5........................$111.70 School Corporation. ■■Grade 6........................$111.60 Classes at the Elemen■■Grade 7.........$77.55 or $79.05 tary/Middle School and (depending on math elective) the High School will ■■Grade 8....(depending on Math begin at 8 a.m. and disand Language Arts elective) miss at 3 p.m. ■■Grade 9-12..........According to The cafeteria will class schedule begin operation Thursare to be returned to the Suday, Aug. 1. Lunch prices will be $2.25 for perintendent’s Office by July students in Kindergarten 26, 2013, as instructed on the through grade 2 and $2.50 applications. The assistance for students in grades 3 applications are also availthrough 12 (a la carte items able on the school website. available at an extra cost). (www.risingsunschools.com) Breakfast will be available for $1 at the Elementary/ Middle School and the High School. The Lunch Program COMMUNITY 9 now has lunch accounts for DEATHS 8 each student. You must deSPORTS 12 posit money into your student’s account for breakfast and lunch. Deposits may be made during bookstore and open house. The Lunch ProMostly Sunny gram deposits should be kept TODAY HIGH ......92 LOW.....73 separate from textbook fees. Partly Cloudy The 2013-2014 school Friday fees can be paid at the cor- HIGH ......93 LOW.....74 poration bookstore located Saturday Scattered T-Storms at the high school in Room Potential for severe thunderstorms 2010. The bookstore will be HIGH ......84 LOW.....66 open from 8 a.m. until 3 Partly Cloudy p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Sunday: July 29 and 30. Wednesday, HIGH ......80 LOW.....61 Partly Cloudy July 31, hours will be 8 a.m. Monday to 3 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. HIGH ......81 LOW.....63 (Wednesday evening during Copyright Register Publications, 2013 Open House). Fees can be paid at the administration 130th Year, No. 29 building after July 31. The applications for textbook and school lunch assistance were mailed out previously and
Whitney Chipman was the supreme showmanship winner at the 2013 Ohio County 4-H Fair. Others competing for the honor were Justin Green (front). Kneeling: Riley Chipman and Ashley Green. Standing: Meghan Lamkin, Emma Powell, Candie Armstrong, Whitney Chipman, Beth Markland, Morgan Mosley and judge Jenise Bohbrink.
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Turner receives Dana Lee Ballard Scholarship
Brandon Turner, member of the 2013 Rising Sun High School graduating class, has been awarded the Dana Lee Ballard Scholarship. The scholarship was awarded in the amount of $500. Brandon is the son of Angie and Dale Turner of Rising Sun and plans to attend the College of Mount St. Joe to obtain a degree in Sport Management. The scholarship is administered by the Ohio County Community Foundation. The award was presented by Debbie Chrisman, sister of Dana Ballard, during the Rising Sun High School Awards Program. The Dana Lee Ballard Scholarship Endowment Fund was established within the Ohio County Community Foundation in 2011. Dana Lee Ballard, was raised in Rising Sun, Ind. He was a 1991
graduate of Rising Sun High School and attended the Rising Sun Church of the Nazarene. Dana worked as a warehouse manager at Archway Sales, Inc., in Cincinnati, Ohio. He also worked as a fitness trainer and owned and operated Extreme Fitness & Tan in Rising Sun. Dana loved working out. He was well known and respected in the community as a trainer of physical education and for encouraging all AMV PHOTOGRAPHY who entered the gym. In his spare time, he Debbie Chrisman, sister of Dana Ballard, presenting the enjoyed movies, music award to Brandon Turner.
Camden receives the Williamson Scholarship Brittany Camden has been must be a band or music of the Southeast Indiana to attend Northern Kentucky named the 2013 recipient of student or pursuing an educa- Honor Band. Brittany plans University and study Music the Brinson WilliamEducation. son Memorial ScholContributions can be arship. The scholarmade to the Brinson ship award is $1,000 Williamson Memoand can be used for rial Scholarship in the tuition or books at any Foundation office lo2 or 4 year college. cated at 330 Industrial The Brinson WilAccess Drive, PO Box liamson Memorial 170; Rising Sun. DonaScholarship was estions can be made in tablished within the memory or honor of a Ohio County Comloved one. munity Foundation, in For information con2007, by Mrs. Bobcerning scholarships adbie Hastings in lovministered by the Ohio ing memory of her County Community grandson, Brinson. Foundation, please conBrinson grew up in AMV PHOTOGRAPHY tact the Foundation office Rising Sun, Ind., and The scholarship was awarded to Brittany by Brinson’s mother, Laura at 812-438-9401 or visit attended Rising Sun Williamson, his step-sister, Morgan Bush and his grandmother, Bobbie the Foundation website at schools. occfrisingsun.com. Hastings, during the Rising Sun High School Awards Program. He loved to ride 4-wheelers, skateboard, and tion in the music field. Mrs. snow board and READ any- Hastings’ vision was to crething he could get his hands ate a scholarship in Brinson’s on. Brinson also loved music memory to benefit a student and played percussion in the who shares Brinson’s love of Rising Sun Middle School music. Mrs. Hastings and her Band, Rising Sun High family hope his memory will School Band and Jazz Band. live on through this wonderHe taught himself how to ful endeavor. play the guitar and learned Brittany is the daughter many songs. Brinson loved to of Stacy and Steve Camden. get together with his friends She is a 2013 graduate of and hold jam sessions. Rising Sun High School. Besides music, Brinson The scholarship was awardloved old cars he called ed to Brittany by Brinson’s “muscle cars”. On Nov. 29, mother, Laura Williamson, 2006, he lost his life in an his step-sister, Morgan Bush accident while working on and his grandmother, Bobhis 1986 Camaro. Brinson bie Hastings, during the Rishad just celebrated his 21st ing Sun High School Awards birthday. Program. Brittany participat— Flowers For Any Occasion— The Brinson Williamson ed three years in the Rising Memorial Scholarship was Sun Middle School Band and Balloons Greenhouse Yankee Candles established to assist a current four years in the Rising Sun Virgil Neaman year Rising Sun High School High School Band. She was Owner graduating senior with their a Drum Major for the High college education. Applicants School band and a member 438-2342 Rising Sun 1319 SR 262
and karaoke. His favorite holiday was Halloween. Dana loved kids and was a special uncle to his nieces and nephews. Dana passed away in 2011, after succumbing to a long illness caused by cancer. The Dana Lee Ballard Scholarship was established in his memory by his parents; Stanley and Betty (Jackson) Ballard, brothers; David, Kevin and Steve Ballard and sisters; Debbie Chrisman and Kathy Scott, as a way to honor his life. The scholarship was
established to financially assist a current year graduate of Rising Sun High School toward their pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree in a field such as fitness training, sports training or physical therapy. Contributions can be made to the Dana Lee Ballard Scholarship Endowment Fund in the Foundation office located at 330 Industrial Access Drive, Rising Sun or by mail at Ohio County Community Foundation, PO Box 170, Rising Sun, IN 47040. Indicate if you wish your donation to be applied to the scholarship fund. For information concerning scholarships administered by the Ohio County Community Foundation, please contact the Foundation office at 812-438-9401 or visit the Foundation website at occfrisingsun.com.
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TIM HILLMAN PHOTOS
Candie Armstrong exits the ring after showing the reserve champion in the Chi Heif- Queen Emma Powell cautiously walks away as Chad Wagner wrestles to control his animal during the 2013 Beef Show at the Ohio County 4-H Fair. er class. 2013 4-H King Coleman Yauch helped pass out awards.
Chipman wins top steer, Little has heifer champ
Whitney Chipman turns and smiles after hearing the judge talk about structure which meant her sister Riley (in background) was being selected for having the reserve champion steer. Whitney had grand champion.
From Page 1 bought her lamb for $650 while Fresh Wave/OMI had $625 for her goat. Beth Markland’s reserve goat was boat by Friendship Insurance for $550. Lura Little’s grand champion swine went for $700 to DeVille Pharmacies. Devin Grome’s ducks went to S&O Insurance for $400 with Daelyn Grome’s
reserve bought by Haag Ford for $225. Owen Davis had the grand champion turkeys bought by the Rotary Club, Lions Club and Historic Downtown for $425. Caleb Henry’s champion chickens were bought by Humphrey Taylor Funeral Home for $525 with Nick Koons selling the reserve champ to the Little Man Group. Justin Green’s reserve lamb went to Bar Tie-Rein-
forcing for $500. Totals for each species included: Beef- $9200; Dairy;$525; Dairy goat- $1100; Goat- $5875; Poultry- $4025; Rabbits $4800; Sheep$1650; Swine- $11,675; Turkey- $475; Waterfowl$3125. Results of all the animal classes are inside today’s paper with the exhibit hall results, grand and reserve champ photos and a list of all buyers and sellers in next week’s RECORDER/NEWS.
Grand Champion Cow/calf Candie N. Armstrong. Grand Champion Steer- Whitney L. Chipman Grand Champion Heifer- Lura D. Little Reserve Grand Champion Steer - Riley L. Chipman Reserve Grand Champion Cow/Calf- Jacob S. Schmerr Reverse Grand Champion Heifer- Chandler Wagner Intermediate Showmanship Champion - Riley L. Chipman Senior Showmanship Champion - Whitney L. Chipman Rookie Showmanship Champion -Areena S. Goon Champion Maintainer Heifer Champion - Lura D. Little Champion Chi Heifer Lura D. Little Junior Showmanship Champion - Lura D. Little Champion Shorthorn Heifer Trey J. Manifold Champion Sim-Solution Heifer- Christian X. Powell Champion Simmental Heifer -Jacob S. Schmerr Champion Crossbred Heifer Chandler Wagner Res. Champion Chi HeiferCandie N. Armstrong Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer - Nathan B. Kappes
Res Champion Crossbred Heifer- Lura D. Little Reserve Sim-Solution HeiferJacob S. Schmerr Level 2- Blue Ribbon -Alexander L. Gilb - Market Steers 1230-1250 lbs; Areena S. Goon - Market Steers 1015-1025 lbs; Nathan B. Kappes - Market Steer 1230-1250 lbs. Level 1- Blue Ribbon - Lura D. Little - Cow/Calf, Trey J. Manifold - Market Steers 11901200 lbs, Trey J. Manifold Cow/Calf, Brandon W. McGraw - Market Steers 1300-1335 lbs Level 3- Blue Ribbon - Christian X. Powell -Market Steers 1300-1335 lbs, Elizabeth A. Quinlan - Simmental Junior Yearling Heifers, Jacob S. Schmerr - Market Steer 10151025 lbs Level 2 Blue Ribbon - Jake Scott - Market Steers 1050-1160 lbs, Allison M. Steele - Market Steer 1015-1025 lbs Level 3 Blue Ribbon - Chandler Wagner - Market Steers Homegrown 975 lbs, Brett Weaver - Market Steers 11901200 lbs Level 3: Blue Ribbon - Candie N. Armstrong - Crossbred Heifer Calves, Candie N. Armstrong Market Steer 1050-1160 lbs
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The Ohio County Fair honored 11 4-H members who completed their 10th and final year of 4-H. They included Kevin Liter, Marissa Henry, Ashley Pfenning, Miles Morris, Devin Grome, Aly Minks, Kennedy Oser, Crissy Monroe, Beth Markland, Candie Armstrong, and Morgan Mosley.
4-H Fair another success, final year for many
The Ohio County 4-H Fairboard would like to thank the Ohio County Community Foundation (and Anonymous Donor) and the Rising Sun Regional Foundation for awarding grants to improve electrical systems in the large animal barn and for the construction of a new addition to the Brown building. We sincerely appreciate your ongoing support of our community and the programs that encourage development and leadership of our youth. Without the assistance these local organizations, volunteers, and dedicated individuals, these additions and safety improvements would not have been made possible. ~4-H Fairboard
Kevin Liter parades his pig during his final sale as a 4-Her on Friday, July 12.
Miles Morris moves to get in position while showing his goat for the final time at the 2013 4-H Fair.
Look for a list of all buyers and sellers along with grand and reserve champion photos plus exhibit hall awards next week.
Sarah Steele continues to show her goat after receiving the grand champion trophy at the 2013 4-H Fair. Beth Markland is all smiles after receiving her senior goat showmanship
Crissy Monroeâ€™s goat was the next to last animal to sell in the 2013 Rotary Livestock auction and he sold for $700.
Aly Minks, left, and Kennedy Oser, above, show their pigs for a final time during the Ohio County 4-H Swine Show on Thursday, July 11. They were sold at the Rotary Auction on Friday, July 12.
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Jake Scott (prince of the 2013 Ohio County 4-H Fair) gets his blue ribbon for his steer from 4-H Queen Emma Powell.
Marissa Henry has champion rabbits
Grand Champion Meat Pen- Marissa Henry Reserve Grand Champion Meat Pen- Shealyn N. Bell Reserve Grand Champion -Rookie Showmanship Shealyn N. Bell - Hilltop Hillbillies - Level 3 Champion 6 Class- Kenneth Carpenter Champion -Jr Showmanship Emma Davis Champion -Single FryerKaleigh A. Mann Intermediate Showmanship Champion- Kaleigh A. Mann Champion 4 Class- Anna G. Stack Best of Show ChampionAnna G. Slack . Senior Showmanship Champion -Anna G. Slack. Reserve Best of ShowKenneth Carpenter Reserve Champion 4 Class - Emalee A. Halloran Blue Ribbon - Shealyn N. Bell - Jr. Buck, Shealyn N. Bell - Jr Doe, Shealyn N. Bell - Sr. Buck, Olivia Bryk
- Jr Buck Blue Ribbon - Kelsey Carpenter - Sr Doe, Kelsey Carpenter - Single Fryers, Kelsey Carpenter - Meat Pen, Kelsey Carpenter - Sr Buck Blue Ribbon - Kenneth Carpenter - Sr Doe, Kenneth Carpenter - Single Fryer Blue Ribbon - Emma Davis - Sr Buck, Emma Davis - Sr Doe Blue Ribbon - Marissa Henry - Sr Doe Blue Ribbon - Kaci Jump - Jr Buck, Kaci Jump - Sr Buck, Kaci Jump - Jr Doe, Kaci Jump - Sr Doe, Kaci Jump - Meat Pen Blue Ribbon - Meghan K. Lamkin - Sr Buck, Meghan K. Lamkin Sr Doe, Meghan K. Lamkin - Sr Buck, Meghan K. Lamkin Jr. Doe Blue Ribbon - Jace C. Leonard - Jr Buck, Jace C. Leonard - Jr Doe, Kasey E. Leonard - Jr Buck, Kaleigh A. Mann - Sr Buck, Kaleigh
A. Mann - Jr Doe, Kaleigh A. Mann - Sr Doe, Kaleigh A. Mann - Meat Pen Blue Ribbon - Olivia N. Sams - Sr Buck, Olivia N. Sams - Sr Doe, Olivia N. Sams - Meat Pen Blue Ribbon - Jake Scott Sr Buck, Jake Scott - Single Fryers, Jake Scott - Meat Pen Blue Ribbon -Anna G. Slack - Sr Buck, Anna G. Slack - Single Fryers, Anna G. Slack - Meat Pen Blue Ribbon - Margaret J. Slack - Sr Doe, Margaret J. Slack - Single Fryers, Margaret J. Slack - Meat Pen, Allison M. Steele - Sr Buck, Allison M. Steele - Meat Pen, Abigail R. Wallace - Sr Doe, Abigail R. Wallace - Meat Pen Blue Ribbon - Vada N. Walston - Meat Pen, Vada N. Walston - Sr Doe Reserve Champion 6 Class - Marissa Henry Reserve Champion Single Fryer - Marissa Henry
2013 POULTRY RESULTS Poultry Level 1 Blue Ribbon Shealyn N. Bell - Bantam Exhibition - Hen, Shealyn N. Bell - Bantam ExhibitionCock Level 3 Blue Ribbon Shane C. Chase - Commercial Roasters, Shane C. Chase Commercial Roasters Level 1 Blue Ribbon Ty L. Chase - Commercial Roasters, Ty L. Chase Commercial Roasters, Emma Davis - Bantam Exhibition - Pullet, Emma Davis - Banta Exhibit - Cockerel, Emma Davis - Bantam Exhibition Hen, Emma Davis Bantam Exhibition - Cock, Owen M. Davis - Egg Production-Pullets, Owen M. Davis - Standard Exhibit - Pullet, Owen M. Davis - Standard Exhibit - Cockerel, Owen M. Davis Standard Exhibition - Cock, Mckenzie Ellegood- Bantam Exhibition - Pullet, Mckenzie Ellegood - Bantam Exhibition - Cockerel, Mckenzie Ellegood - Standard Exhibit - Pullet, Mckenzie Ellegood Market Eggs -Brown Level 3 Blue Ribbon - Michael T. Fisher- Commercial Roasters, Michael T. FisherCommercial Roasters Level 2 Blue Ribbon - Alexander L. Gilb - Commercial Roasters, Alexander L. Gilb - Egg Production Hens, Alexander L.Gilb - Bantam Exhibition - Hen, Alexander L. Gilb - Bantam Exhibition - Cock, Alexander L. Gilb Standard Exhibit - Cockerel, Alexander L. Gilb - Standard Exhibition - Hen, Alexander L. Gilb - Standard Exhibit -Pullet Blue Ribbon - Gavin Gilb - Commercial Roasters, Gavin Gilb - Egg Production - Pullets, Gavin Gilb - Bantam Exhibit - Cockerel, Gavin Gilb - Standard Exhibit - Pullet, Gavin Gilb - Standard Exhibit - Cockerel, Gavin Gilb - - Standard Exhibition - Hen Level 1 Blue Ribbon Caleb M. Henry - Commercial Roasters, Caleb M. Henry - Egg Production Pullets, Caleb M. Henry - Egg Production Hens, Caleb M. Henry - Market Eggs - Brown Level 2 Blue Ribbon - Colton L. Henry - Commercial Roasters, Colton L. Henry - Commercial Roasters Level 3 Blue Ribbon Megan L. Henry - Commercial Roasters, Megan L. Henry - Commercial Roast-
ers Blue Ribbon - George W. Hoffman - Commercial Roasters, George W. Hoffman - Commercial Roasters, George W. Hoffman - Egg Production Pullets Level 2 Blue Ribbon Henry H. Hoffman - Commercial Roasters, Henry H. Hoffman - Commercial Roasters, Justin R. Kemp Commercial Roasters, Justin R. Kemp - Standard Exhibition - Hen Level 3 Blue Ribbon Kristen Kolodzik - Bantam Exhibition - Pullet, Kristen Kolodzik - Batam Exhibit Cockerel, Kristen Kolodzik - Standard Exhibition - Hen Level 2 Blue Ribbon - Jessica R. Koons - Commercial Roasters Level 3 Blue Ribbon Meghan K Lamkin - Egg Production Hens, Meghan K. Lamkin - Bantam Exhibition - Pullet, Meghan K Lamkin - Bantam Exhibition - Cock, Meghan K. Lamkin - Standard Exhibition Hen, Meghan K. Lamkin Standard Exhibition - Cock, Meghan K. Lamkin - Market Eggs - Brown Level 2 Blue Ribbon - Jace C. Leonard - Egg Production Pullets, Jace C. Leonard - Egg Production Hens, Jace C. Leonard - Bantam Exhibition - Cock, Jace C. Leonard - Standard Exhibition - Hen, Jace C. Leonard Market Eggs - White, Kasey E. Leonard - Egg Production Pullets, Kasey E. Leonard Egg Production Hens, Kasey E. Leonard - Bantam Exhibition - Hen, Kasey E. Leonard - Shamrock Shiners - Standard Exhibition - Hen Level 3 Blue Ribbon - Logan P. Lozier - Commercial Roasters, Logan P. Lozier - Commercial Roasters, Logan P. Lozier -Egg Production Pullets, Logan P. Lozier - Market Eggs -Brown, Logan P. Lozier Market Eggs - White Level 1 Blue Ribbon Kiera L. Mann - Egg production Hens, Kiera L. Mann - Bantam Exhibition - Hen, Kiera L. Mann -Bantam Exhibition - Cock, Kiera L. Mann - Standard Exhibition - Hen, Kiera L. Mann -Standard Exhibition - Cock Level 3 Blue Ribbon Beth M. Markland - Bantam Exhibition - Cock Blue Ribbon - Dylan Potter- Egg Production Hens, Dylan Potter- Standard Ex-
hibition -Hen, Dylan Potter Standard Exhibition - Cock, Dylan Potter - Market Eggs - Brown Blue Ribbon - Kendall R. Potter - Standard Exhibition - Hen, Jacob D. Powell - Egg Production -Hens, Jacob D. Powell - Market Eggs Brown Level 1 Blue Ribbon Austin J. Wolf- Commercial Broilers, Austin J. WolfCommercial Broilers, Jacob A. Wolf- Commercial Broilers, Jacob A. Wolf- Commercial Broilers Grand Champion - Owen M. Davis - Standard Exhibition Grand Champion - Gavin Gilb - Grand Champion Bantam Exhibition Grand Champion - Caleb M. Henry - Grand Champion Commercial Poultry Grand Champion - Logan P. Lozier - - Grand Champion Egg Production Grand Champion - Kendall R. Potter- Market Eggs Reserve Grand Champion -Poultry Nicholas S. Koons - Reserve Grand Champion Commercial Reserve Grand Champion Market Eggs- Kasey E. Leonard Reserve Grand Champion Bantam Exhibition- Beth M. Markland Reserve Grand Champion Egg Production,- Kendall R. Potter Reserve Grand Champion Standard Exhibition -Jacob D. Powell Junior Showmanship Champion - Emma Davis Intermediate Showmanship Champion - Alexander L. Gilb Senior Showmanship Champion - Meghan K. Lamkin
Morgan Mosley, left, finishes her final competition after ten years in Ohio County 4-H.
HORSE & PONY RESULTS Level 1 Blue Ribbon - Flags, Jr, Areena S.Goon - 3rd place Showmanship Sr, Shealyn N. Bell- 1st place 1st place Keyhole, Jr Marissa Osowski - 2nd place Groom and Clean, SheaLevel 2 Blue Ribbon - Trail in Hand, Marissa Oslyn N. Bell- 1st place Open Kasey E. Leonard - 1st place owski - 1st place Trail, Sr Halter Geldings 6-10 years, Open Halter Mares 16 plus Rider, Marissa Osowski Shealyn N. Bell 3rd place years, Kasey E. Leonard - 1st 1st place Western Pleasure Pony Halter 56”, Shealyn N. place Walk/Trot Pleasure Sr Rider, Marissa Osowski Bell - 4th place Trail in Hand Level 3 Blue Ribbon - 1st place Horsemanship Sr, Level 2 Blue Ribbon - - Morgan L. Mosley - 2nd Marissa Osowski - 1st place Madison Cloutier - 1st place place Open Hater Mares Pole Bending, Sr, Marissa Trail, Jr Rider, Madison 6-10 years, Morgan L. Mos- Osowski- 1st place Barrels, Cloutier - 1st place Hunt ley - Shamrock 2nd place Sr, Marissa Osowski - 1st Seat Equitation on the Flat, Showmanship Sr, Morgan L. place Keyhole, Sr. Madison Cloutier -1st place Mosley - 1st place Trail in Sarah Osowski - 1st place Hunter Under Saddle Hand, Morgan L. Mosley - Open Halter Geldings 16 Level 3 Blue Ribbon - 2nd place Trail, Sr Rider, plus years, Sarah Osowski Morgan Cloutier - 1st place Morgan L Mosley - 2nd place - 3rd place Trail in Hand, Open Halter Gelding, Year- Western Pleasure Sr Rider, Sarah Osowski - 2nd place lings 5 years, Hunt Seat Morgan CloutEquitation on ierClassy the Flat, Sarah 4th Place Osowski Showmanship - 2nd place Sr, Morgan Hunter Under Cloutier - 5th Saddle, Sarah place Trail in Osowski - 2nd Hand place Barrels, Level 1 Sr, Sarah OsBlue Ribbon owski - 1st Mckenzie Elplace Flags, legood - 4th Sr, Sarah Osplace Groom owski - 2nd and Clean, place KeyMckenzie Elhole, Sr legood - 3rd Level 1 place Open Blue Ribbon Halter Mares - Kolton W. 6-10 years, Smith - 2nd Mckenzie Elplace Groom legood - 1st and Clean, place Trail Kolton W. Walk Trot, Smith - 1st Mckenzie Elplace Pony legood- 2nd alter 56” place Walk/ G r a n d Trot Pleasure Champion Areena S. Mare- SheaGoon - 5th lyn N. Bell. place Groom G r a n d and Clean, Champion Areena S. GeldingGoon - 2nd Shealyn N. place Pony Bell Halter 56”, Division Areena S. Champion Goon - 3rd 1st place place ShowShowmanm a n s h i p ship RookieRookie, AreeShealyn N. Areena Goon displays one of her blue ribbons won at the na S. Goon Bell 1st place Ohio County Horse & Pony Show. 1st place Walk Showmanship Trot Equitation 3rd and 4th Morgan L. Mosley - 2nd Rookie- Mckenzie Ellegood Graders, Areena S. Goon - place Horsemanship. Sr. Showmanship Interme1st place Horsemanship Jr, Marissa Osowski - 3rd diate Division Champion Areena S. Goon - 1st place place Groom and Clean, Ma- Kasey E. Leonard Pole Bending Jr, Areena S. rissa Osowski - 2nd place 1st place Showmanship Sr Goon - 1st place Barrels, Jr., Open Halter Geldings 6-10 Division Champion - Sarah Areena S. Goon - 1st place years, Marissa Osowski - Osowski
Weaver repeats as Dairy champ Grand Champion Dairy Brett Weaver Reserve Grand Champion Kristen Kolodzik Rookie Showmanship Champion - Julia M. Hon Brown Swiss Champion Kristen Kolodzik Senior Showmanship Champion - Kristen Kolodzik Junior Showmanship Champion - Brandon C. Weaver Brett Weaver - Holstein Res. Champion HolsteinBrandon C. Weaver Level 1 Blue Ribbon - Julia
M. Hon - Holstein Winter Heifer Calf Level 3 Blue Ribbon - Brett
Weaver - Holstein Senior 3 year old cow, Brett Weaver Holstein 4 year old cow
THANK YOU BAR- TIE REINFORCING INC for buying my 2013 GRAND CHAMPION STEER
for buying my 2013 RESERVE CHAMPION SWINE
RISING STAR CASINO
Thank you to Ohio County Homemakers- Grand Champion Scrap booking Trophy, John Chase Family(Memory of) Res. Champion Swine trophy, Phillips Family Farms- Sr. Swine Showmanship Trophy, Gene Weaver Family (Memory of)Grand Champion Steer Trophy, 03C Club- Sr. Beef Showmanship Trophy, Perfect North Slopes-Supreme Showmanship Trophy
for buying my pig "Phil"
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TIM HILLMAN PHOTOS
At left: Lura Little calmly exits the show ring not realizing the judge had just selected her pig as grand champion. Above: Kinsey Price puts on a good smile as she earned the Junior Showmanship award. At right: Justin Green was the judge’s favorite for Intermediate Showmanship at the 2013 Ohio County 4-H Fair.
Lura Little is ‘big’ winner with grand champion barrow Grand Champion Barrow - Lura D. Little Grand Champion Gilt- Cameron Unger Reserve Grand Champion barrow- Whitney L. Chipman Reserve Grand Champion Gilt-
Beth M. Markland Senior Showmanship Division Champion - Whitney L. Chipman Rookie Showmanship Champion - Gavin Gilb Intermediate Showmanship Champion - Justin O. Green
Junior Showmanship Champion Kinsey J. Price Blue Ribbon - Riley L. Chipman - Barrows -160-208 lbs, Riley L. Chipman - Barrows 250-252 lbs. Blue Ribbon - Emma Davis - Barrows 160-208 lbs, Owen M. Davis
- Crossbred Gilts Blue Ribbon - Alexander L. Gilb - Barrows 236-248 lbs Blue Ribbon - Gavin Gilb - Crossbred Gilts, Gavin Gilb - - Barrows 280-314 lbs Blue Ribbon - Tristan S. Gray -
Alexander and Gavin Gilb showed their knowledge during showmanship classes. Zander (as he’s known) was complemented for his extreme knowledge of his animal during the steer showmanship class while Gavin was not to be outdone as he earned rookie swine showmanship.
for buying my market goat.
~Chrissy Monroe 38031
THANK YOU FOX FARMS
Barrows 280-314 lbs Blue Ribbon - Justin O. Green - Barrows 160-208 lbs, Justin O. Green - Barrows 160-208 lbs, Nathan B. Kappes - Crossbred Gilts, Jace C. Leonard - Barrows 218-230 lbs, Kasey E. Leonard - Shamrock Shiners - Barrows 218-230 lbs Blue Ribbon - Kevin W. Liter - Barrows 218-230 lbs, Kevin W. Liter - Shamrock Shiners - Barrows 254-260 lbs Blue Ribbon - Lura D. Little Barrows 254-260 lbs, Trey J. Manifold - Crossbred Gilts, Trey J. Manifold - Barrows 262-272 lbs, Kiera L. Mann - Barrows 218-230 lbs, Kiera L. Mann - Barrow 236-248 lbs Blue Ribbon - Beth M. Markland - Crossbred Gilts, Aly M. Minks Barrows 250-252 lbs Blue Ribbon - Keira R. OserBarrows 218-230 lbs Blue Ribbon - Kennedy S. OserBarrows 250-252 lbs Blue Ribbon - Lucinda Phelps - Barrows 262-272 lbs, Jacob D. Powell - Barrows 236-248 lbs, Jacob D. Powell - Barrows 250252 lbs Blue Ribbon - Kinsey J. Price - - Crossbred Gilts, Kinsey J. Price - Barrows - 236-248 lbs Blue Ribbon - Tyler Roberts Barrows 236-248 lbs Blue Ribbon - Cameron Unger - Crossbred Gilts, Cameron Unger - Barrows 250- 252 lbs, Cameron Unger - Barrows 280-314 lbs Blue Ribbon - Colton Unger Crossbred Gilts Homegrown, Colton Unger - Crossbred Gilts, Colton Unger- Homegrown Barrow, Colton Unger- Barrows 254-260 lbs
THANK YOU S&O FARMERS MUTUAL INS. CO.
for buying my rabbits
for buying my market goat
LAKE VIEW SHOW CATTLE
UNCLE RICK, DAWN & ALL AMERICAN MAINTENANCE for buying my 2013 hog
for buying my rabbits ~Vada Walston
for your continued support with my 4-H animals. ~Whitney Chipman
THANK YOU COUNTY LINE VETERINARY SERVICE for sponsoring my Reserve Champion Steer Trophy THANK YOU KIRKPATRICK FARMS for sponsoring my Int. Beef Showmanship Trophy
for buying my chickens ~George Hoffman, 4-H Member
THANK YOU AEP
for buying my chickens ~Henry Hoffman, 4-H Member
MARKLAND FUNERAL HOME
for buying my rabbits
THANK YOU IN MEMORY OF WILMA LOHIDE
for sponsoring my Gardening (Grand Champion) trophy
SEI COMMNICATIONS for buying my Grand Champion Sheep
THANK YOU FRESH WAVE OMI for buying my Grand Champion Goat
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Meghan Lamkin and Sarah Steele had a busy night showing sheep and goats on Tuesday, July 9.
Intermediate ShowmanBlue Ribbon - Christina Blue Ribbon - Sarah M. ship Champion- Allison M. L. Monroe 80-85 lbs, Miles' Steele - Jr Boer Doe, Sarah Steele Morris - 52-54 lbs, Mitchell M. Steele - - Sr Boer Doe Res. Champion Cross Morris - 68-69 lbs, Emma L Blue Ribbon - Ashley Doe- Brian Givan Powell 80-85 lbs M. Yauch - 52-54 lbs, Blue Reserve Champion Boer Blue Ribbon - Kora A. Ribbon - Coleman J. Yauch Doe -Meghan K. Lamkin Powell 68-69 lbs, Allison M. - 80-85 lbs, Blue Ribbon Level 2 Blue Ribbon - Riley Steele- Jr, Boer Doe, Allison William R. Yauch - - 60-64 L. Chipman M. Steele Senior Boer Doe lbs. Level 1 Blue Ribbon Emma Davis - Pygmy Senior Wether; Owen M. Davis - Pygmy Junior Doe, Mckenzie Ellegood - Yearling Cross Doe, Mckenzie Ellegood - 68-69 pounds, Brian Givan - 40 Lbs, Brian Givan -- 52-54 lbs Level 3 Blue Ribbon - Kristen Kolodzik - Senior Cross Doe, Meghan K. Lamkin- Pygmy Junior Doe, Meghan K. Lamkin -68-69 pounds Market Goats, Meghan K. Lamkin - Pygmy Senior Wether, Meghan K. Lamkin--Jr. Boer Doe, Meghan K. Lamkin- Yearling Boer Doe, Meghan K. Lamkin - Senior Boer Doe, Meghan K. Lamkin Mother Daughter Class Blue Ribbon - Justin E. McGraw - Yearling Boer Doe, Justin E. McGraw- Kora Powell, left, and Emma Powell earned the reserve and grand champion dairy goat awards respectively. 74-75 lbs
Small but quality sheep class Grand Champion Ewe - Sarah M. Steele Grand Champion Market LambSarah M. Steele Reserve Grand Champion Market
Brian Givan showed his goat at the 2013 fair while on crutches but had to have some help around the ring before setting up his animal.
Steele has top market goat, Powells take dairy Grand Champion Market Goat Sarah M. Steele Grand Champion Exhibition- Emma Davis Grand Champion Meat Doe Julia M. Hon Grand Champion Dairy Goat- Emma L Powell Reserve Grand Champion Meat Doe- Kristen Kolodzik Reserve Grand Champion Exhibition- Meghan K. Lamkin Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat- Beth M. Markland Reserve Grand Champion Dairy Goat- Kora A. Powell Champion Boer Doe,Julia M. Hon Rookie ShowmanshipJulia M. Hon Cross Doe Champion Kristen Kolodzik Senior Showmanship Champion - Beth M. Markland Champion Dairy Goat Mother Daughter- Emma L. Powell Senior Showmanship Dairy Goat Champion Emma L Powell Champion Mother Daughter Goat Class,- Allison M. Steele
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Lamb- Justin Green Reserve Grand Champion EweSarah M. Steele Grand Champion KatahdinMeghan Lamkin
Reserve Grand Champion Katahdin- Meghan K. Lamkin Champion Suffolk- Sarah M. Steele Senior Showmanship - Sarah M. Steele Reserve Champion Suffolk- Sarah M. Steele
Devin Grome auctioned off his grand champion waterfowl project at the 2013 Ohio County 4-H Fair.
Gromes have top ducks Grand Champion Waterfowl- Devin Grome Reserve Champion Waterfowl- Daelyn Grome Grand Champion -Exhibition Waterfowl Emma Davis Grand Champion Commercial Waterfowl - Daelyn Grome Reserve Grand Champion Exhibition Waterfowl- Jace C. Leonard Blue Ribbon - James P. Bounds -Commercial Waterfowl Old Drake, James P. Bounds - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Goose, James P. Bounds - Exhibition Waterfowl Old Duck, James P. Bounds - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Gander, Olivia Bryk - Commercial Waterfowl Young Duck, Olivia Bryk - Commercial Waterfowl Young Drake, Olivia Bryk - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Duck, Olivia Bryk - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Drake, Emma Davis - Commercial Waterfowl Old Drake, Owen M. Davis - Commercial Waterfowl Old Drake, Owen M. Davis - Exhibition Waterfowl Old Duck Blue Ribbon - Gavin Gilb Exhibition Waterfowl Young Duck, Gavin Gilb - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Drake Blue Ribbon - Tyler Grome - Commercial Waterfowl
Young Drake Blue Ribbon - Colton L. Henry - Commercial Waterfowl Young Duck, Colton L. Henry - Commercial Waterfowl Young Drake, Colton L. Henry - Exhibition Waterfowl Old Drake Blue Ribbon - Megan L. Henry - Commercial Waterfowl Young Duck, Megan L. Henry - Commercial Waterfowl Young Duck, Megan L. Henry - Exhibition Waterfowl Old Drake Blue Ribbon - Kasey E. Leonard - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Drake Blue Ribbon - Cyrus W. Mccomas - Commercial Waterfowl Young Duck, Cyrus W. Mccomas - Commercial Waterfowl Young Duck, Cyrus W. Mccomas - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Duck Blue Ribbon - Morgan L. Mosley - Commercial Waterfowl Old Duck, Marissa Osowski - Commercial Waterfowl Young Duck, Marissa Osowski - Commercial Waterfowl Young Drake, Sarah Osowski - Commercial Waterfowl Young Drake. Red Ribbon - Colton L. Henry - Exhibition Waterfowl Young Duck Red Ribbon - Megan L. Henry - Exhibition Waterfowl Old Duck
for buying my market lamb.
MAIN SOURCE BANK
for buying my 2013 Grand Champion Dairy Basket
THANK YOU OMI/FRESH WAVE PRODUCTS For buying my 2013 Market Barrow
OHIO CO. DEMOCRATS for buying my goat
& FRANK PERCOSKI for sponsoring my shotgun trophy ~Miles Morris
RISING STAR CASINO for buying my goat ~Mitchell Morris
DR. DON BECKETT
for buying my GRAND CHAMPION RABBITS
for buying my Pig ~Kevin Liter
UNITED COMMUNITY BANK CHARITABLE FOUNDATION for buying my pig Philip Kennedy Oser
HUMPHREY TAYLOR DETMER FUNERAL HOME for buying my chickens
for buying my pig Wiggles Keira Oser
JOHN AND LINDA CAMPBELL
for sponsoring my grand champion chicken trophy DAVE OMARA CONTRACTORS for buying my Meat Pen Rabbits Abby Wallace
~ CALEB HENRY 26180
for buying my 2013 Grand Champion BARROW
Thank you trophy sponsors Neaman Floral-Floriculture Grand Champion,Youth ADV, Bd- Gift Wrapping Grand Champion, Goat RC Exhibition; Goodwin LandscapingPoultry SR Showmanship; Andrew Sefton- Home Environment Grand Champion
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OBITUARIES Margaret Eloise Bondurant
Margaret Eloise Bondurant, 89, formerly of Rising Sun passed away on July 16, 2013 at Swiss Villa Care Center. She was born in Ohio County on March 25, 1924 the daughter of Jesse and Kate Sedam Liggett. She was a homemaker and was married to Charles William Bondurant on March 21, 1942. He preceded her in death on Jan. 10, 1987. She was a member of Rising Sun Church
of Christ. Surviving is one son Jerry Bondurant and wife Barbara of Aurora and two daughters, Toni York and husband Jack of Vevay and Shirlee Smith of Rising Sun. Nine grandchildren, nineteen great-grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren. Funeral services Thursday, July 18, 2013 at Humphrey-Taylor-Detmer Funeral Home, Rising Sun, with Bro. Tommy Johnson officiating. Burial in Rising Sun Cemetery.
DEATH NOTICES ARMSTRONG, ELBERT LEON “ANDY”, age 86, of Vevay, Ind., died at 4:25 p.m., F r i d a y, July 12, 2013, at the King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison, Ind. Haskell & Morri-
Youth archery demonstration at “William Tell” First Friday Youths participating in the National Archery in the Schools, NASP, program will be demonstrating archery during Vevay Main Street’s Aug. 2 “William Tell” First Friday. Sponsored by Switzerland County Tourism, the event takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. at the empty lot beside Ladies’ Bizarre on 316 Ferry Street. In case of inclement weather, the demonstration will be moved to the JeffCraig Fire Station. In conjunction with the Vevay-Switzerland County Bicentennial theme, it is said that 700 years ago William Tell shot an arrow through an apple placed on his son’s head and launched the struggle for Swiss independence. Archers will be targeting freestanding apples though a portion of the First Friday demonstration. A sponsor of the organization in Decatur County, Tom Stricker of Cutting Edge Sporting Goods in Greensburg and 12 participating youths are donating their time and efforts to showcase the NASP program slated to debut at Switzerland County High School. The Department of Natural Resources
will also be on hand.The public is invited to observe the students and ask questions about the organization. Nationwide, nearly 10 million young men and women are involved in NASP. Matt Hicks, Indiana Conservation Officer, is overseeing the program in the Switzerland County school system. According to the NASP website, the program promotes “internationalstyle target archery as part of the in-school curriculum, to improve educational performance and participation
in the shooting sports among students.” For more information about NASP program in Switzerland County schools, contact Hicks at mhicks@ dnr.in.gov or at 812-5991490. Clint Anders will be demonstrating bow and arrow making inside the Switzerland County Visitors Center at 128 West Main Street in Vevay. Anders became interested in traditional archery five years ago and has been making bows and arrows ever since. A collection of Swiss Wine
Festival posters throughout the years will also be on display inside the Visitors Center. Vevay Main Street’s First
son Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, was in charge of arrangements. COY, MILDRED “MILLIE” (NEWTON), age 90, of Vevay, Ind., died at 6:20 am, Sunday, July 14, 2013, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay. Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, is in charge of arrangements.
84, of Rising Sun passed away July 10, 2013 at Ripley Crossing in Milan, Ind. Humphrey-Taylor- Detmer Funeral Home, Rising Sun, was in charge of arrangements
O’DAY, EARL EDWIN, age 93, of Rising Sun, Ind., died Tuesday, July 16, 2013, at the Dearborn County Hospital, Lawrenceburg. Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, isin charge of arrangements.
Friday are held monthly rain or shine and feature late night shopping, dining, specials, live entertainment and free carriage rides around downtown Vevay. For more information on county lodging, businesses and
tourist activities, contact the Switzerland County Visitors Center at 812-427-3237 or email email@example.com. Information can be found at http:// www.switzcotourism.com or Switzerland County TourismVevay, IN on Facebook.
TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a Default Judgment and Entry of Decree of Foreclosure to me directed by the Clerk of the Ohio County Circuit Court in a certain cause number 58C01-104-MF-09 upon the dockets of said court, wherein The Friendship State Bank as Plaintiff and Kevin G. Deshler is the Defendant, requiring me to make the total sum as pro vided for in said Decree with interest and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 27th day of August, 2013, at the hour of 10:00 a.m. or as soon thereafter as is possible, at the office of the Ohio County Sherif, 123 S. Mulberry, Rising Sun, Indiana, thefollowing described real estate located in Ohio County, Indiana, to wit: A part of Section 31, Township 4 North, Range 2 West Pike Township, Ohio County, Indiana de scribed as follows: Commencing at the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section 31. Township 4 North, Range 2 West; thence South 89º29'04'' West 353.05 feet to a rebar found, the point of beginning; thence continuing South 89º29'04" West 314.0 feet to a re bar set; thence North 01º37'58" East 1118.73 feet to a rebar set at a corner post; thence North 06º41'03” West 296.96 feet to a nineteen inch Box Elder Tree; thence North 41º24'11 West 166.92 feet to a rebar set; thence North 19º53'16” West 169.14 feet to a rebar set; thence North 25º16'24" West 5l.08 feet to a nail set to the centerline of Laughery Creek Road; thence along the centerline of said road the following four courses: North 73º10'05" East 69.43 feet to a nail set; North 77º00'40” East 51.73 feet to a nail set North 76º1l'09” East 41.23 feet to a nail set; North 71º21'29 East 289.65 feet to a nail found; thence South 06º50'04" East 800.28 feet to a rebar found; thence North 90º00'00” East 300.00 feet to a rear found; thence South 01º45'19” East 633.79 feet to a rebar found; thence South 90º00'00'” West 351.16 feet to a rebar found; thence South 01º45'20"East 447.12 feet to the point of beginning. This tract contains 18.0159 acres subject to thc right-of-way of Laughery Creek Road and all easements of re HOSANNA ASSEMBLY OF GOD: 501 W. GRANT’S CREEK INDEPENDENT BAPTIST TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH:1298 Hwy. 250, cord. Conwell St., Aurora; Pastor Pete Byrk, 926-0400. CHURCH: Bro. Eric Moore, Pastor; Sunday East Enterprise; Rev. Tom Miller, pastor, 534Sunday School, 9:00 AM; Sunday Morning School, 10:00 AM; Worship Service, 11:00 AM; 3690/655-1003; Sunday school, 10:00 AM; ALSO: A part of Section 3l, Township 4 North, Worship, 10:00 AM; Sunday Evening, 6:00 PM; Evening Worship, 7:30 PM; Prayer Meeting, Sunday Morning Worship, 11:00 AM; Sunday Range 2 West, Pike Township, Ohio County, IndiIN THE OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Wednesday Evening Adult BIble Study and Wednesday, 7:30 PM. Evening Service, 6:00 PM; Wednesday Evening ana, described as follows; Commencing at the CASE NO. 58C01-1307-MI-0007 Youth Ministry, 7:00 PM. Service, 7:00 PM. southeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of Sec NEW LIBERTY (AMERICAN) BAPTIST STATE OF INDIANA tion 3l, Township 4 North, Range 2 West; thence ABUNDANT LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH: 12667 CHURCH: 1400 SR 250, near East Enterprise; SAINT MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH: 203 COUNTYOF OHIO Lenover St. (50+ Plus Center), Dillsboro (next to Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Worship, 10:30 AM. South 89º29'04" West 667.05 feet to a rebar set, the Fourth St., Aurora; Father Chris Craig; MASSES: IN RE CHANGE OF NAME OF MINOR: library). Sunday School, 10:00 AM; Worship point of beginning; thence continuing South OLIVE BRANCH BAPTIST CHURCH: 2250 Saturday, 5:00 PM; Sunday, 8:30 AM and 11:00 Sophia Lynn Fehr Odom 11:00 AM; Sunday evening worship, 6:00 PM. 89º29'04'' West 261.14 feet; thence North 00º16'59” Milton-Bear Branch Rd., Dillsboro 47018; AM; Week Day, Tues. & Thurs., 5:15 PM, Wed. & Kristin Renee Fehr Pastor Jim Upchurch. Summer Hours: Sunday School 9:00 AM; Fri., 8:15 AM; Confession: Saturday 4-4:30 PM West 1237.59 feet to a rebar corner post; thence Petitioner. AURORA BAPTIST CHURCH: Church Street, Morning Worship 10:00 AM. Winter Hours: (or by appointment). South 68º38'45" East 32l.17 feet to a rebar set at a KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH’S PLEASANT RIDGE CHURCH OF CHRIST: QUERCUS GROVE UNITED METHODIST NOTICE OF HEARING Aurora; Ron Stimson, Pastor; Sunday School, Sunday School 9:00 AM. Worship Service 10:00 corner post; thence South 01º37'58”. This tract con CONCORD COMMUNITY CHURCH: 196 WITNESSES: Highway 350, Aurora; Philip CHURCH: Rev. Keith Chanley, pastor; 438-4431. 7250 Salem RIdge, Ohio County. Phone 4389:30 AM; Morning Worship, 10:30 AM; Evening AM. Notice is hereby given that Petitioner Kristin Renee Concord road, Patriot; Rev. Stephen G. Ward, Peace, Overseer; Public Talk, 10:00 AM; tains 7.5919 acres subject to all easements of re 2903 Parson age, 438-9550; Devon Huss, Worship, 9:00 Sunday for School, 10:00 AM; Worship, 6:00 PM; Wednesday Evening Worship, Fehr, pro se, filed a VerifiedAM; Petition Change of Watchtower Study, 11:00 AM; Bible Study, Bible Study Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM. (call Minister; Bible,is9:30 AM; sold Worship, AM;adjoining PATRIOT BAPTIST CHURCH: Pastor, Ray Pastor; Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Worship cord and to be to 10:20 to the landown7:30 PM. Name of Minor to change the name of minor child Tuesday, 8:00 PM; Ministry School, Thursday, 534-3223 for directions). Sunday Carroll; Sunday School, 10:00 AM, Sunday; Service, 10:30 AM; Community Bible study, Wed. ers. Evening, 7:00 PM; Evening Youth, 6:00 from Sophia Lynn Fehr Odom to Sophia Lynn Fehr. BETHEL UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH: Church Service, 11:00 AM, Sunday. Eve. 6:30 PM; Concordia class meets 3rd Service Meeting, PM; Wednesday BibleTHEREFROM: Study, 7:00 PM. EXCEPTING A part7:30 ofPM; Section 3l, 8:30 PM. The petition is scheduled hearing the Ohio (Southern Baptist); 306 Main St., Rising Sun, THE RISING for SUN UNITED inMETHODIST Wednesday evening of each month. Township RISING SUN CHURCH OF CHRIST: 430 Fifth 4 North, Range 2 West, Pike Township, Rev. Chanley, Sunday School, 9:00 AM; Worship Service, THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Circuit CourtOF on CHURCH: October 7,Keith 2013, at pastor; 9:30 438-4431. oʼclock St., Rising Sun; Phone 438-3805; Senior Minister, SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH: N. Walnut Street; FIRST UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST: and Ohio County, Indiana described asLATTER-DAY follows; ComAM; (30) Sundaydays School,after 9:30 AM; 10:00 AM. Verve Youth, Sunday, 5 PM. Bible SAINTS: 6168 Martha Worship, than10:30 thirty the Matthew;,atYouth Brandon corner Bogue; of the Northwest a.m. which is more Rev. Thomas Gannaway; Sunday School,OWNERS 9:30 Kids Corner Preschool: Fifth TO THE OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED and High streets, Greg mencing theMinister Southeast Bible Study at church 6:15 PM. Wednesday Study, Wed., 7 PM North Drive, Aurora, IN 47001, 812-926-6004. third notice of publication. Any person has the right Matthew, Director of Children’s Ministry; First AM; Worship Service, 10:45 AM; Prayer Service, AND Rising ALL Sun; INTERESTED Phone 438-2944; John Heckman, Lori nights. REAL ESTATE PARTIES Quarter of Section 31, Town 4 North, Range 2 West; Hours Sunday Sacrament Meeting 10:00 AM. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Fourth and N. Wednesday, 7:30 PM. to appear and to file written objections on or before pastor; for Fellowship and Concern, 9:45 Worship, 8:30 AM; Sunday School and Adult NOTICE OF Time SHERIFF'S SALE thence South 89º29'04” West 351.08 feet to a rebar Mulberry streets, Rising Sun; Pastor, Bro. Jim ST. PETER LUTHERAN the CHURCH: 3958 Bear hearing date. CHURCH The parties shall report Ohio AM. Time for Worship, 10:00 AM. Open Bible Fellowship, 9:45 AM; Second Worship, OF NAZARENE: Burgesstoavenue, By virtue Indiana; of a certified copy of a Default Judgment found; thence North 01º45'20” West 447.12 feet to Jenkins; Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Morning TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH: Patriot, 10:45 AM; Youth Groups & Adult L.I.F.E. Groups Branch Rd. at South Fork,County Dillsboro; Phone 667- Court, Communion served the first Sunday of the month. Circuit 413 Main IN phone 438-3411; Rev. St. ChrisRising Robinson,Sun, Minister; and Sunday Entry School, of Decree Foreclosure meSunday directed rebar found; thence North 90º00'00" 169:30 AM; Worship Service, Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Worship Service, 10:30 Worship, 10:30 AM; Youth Fellowship, 5:30 PM; Bro. Richard Grubb, Pastor; PM; Daycare Ministry, 438-4502; 5881;East Sunday351. School, Bible of Study on the first andtothird eve- - a6:00-7:30 47040 by the11:00 Clerk Ohio Court in a Christian Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study, 7:00 PM. 10:00 AM FT; Morning Worship, feet to Outreach a rebar(Free found; thence North10:30 0lº45'19” West Store), 438-2183; AM. AM of FT; the nings of theCounty month at 6 Circuit PM. Date: July 9, 2013AM; Sunday evening worship, 6:00 PM; Phone 438-2361. Line, 438-3963. Evening Services, 6:00 PMcertain FT. cause number 58C01-104-MF-09 upon the Prayer 633.79 feet to a rebar found; thence South Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study, 7:00 PM. FIRST EVANGELICAL UNITED CHURCH OF Annie Jo Jackson UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Aberdeen, dockets of said court, wherein The Friendship State 90º00'00” West 100.00 feet to a rebar found; thence TRINITY CHRISTIAN CENTER: 18860 Pribble CHRIST: 111 Fifth Street, Aurora; Phone 9262168 Allensville Road, Bennington; Rev. Roger CLERK OHIO COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Bank as Plaintiff and Kevin G. Deshler is the Defen RISING SUN WESLEYAN CHURCH: Sunday North 06º 50'04" West 800.38 feet to a nail found in 2777; Rev. John Heckman, Pastor; Worship at Road, Lawrenceburg, above Perfect North Ski Parrott, pastor; 10:30 AM, Sunday School; 9:15 School, 9:30 AM; Morning Worship, 10:30 AM; dant, requiring me to make the total sum as pro IN THE OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Slopes. Pastor Bob Brigmon, Sunday School, Laughery Creek Road; thence along said road 11:30 AM. AM Worship. Evening Worship, 6:00 PM; Prayer AM, 71º21'29" Sunday morning worship, 11:00 feet AM, to a nail set, the vided for in said Decree with interest and costs, I 10:00 CASE NO. 58C01-1307-MI-0007 South West 50.73 UNITED METHODIST CHURCH; East Meeting, Wednesday, 6:00 PM. HOLMES HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST: Old worship, 6:30 thence PM, Wednesday will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, SR on Sunday STATE OF INDIANA point evening of beginning; South Enterprise; 06º48'20” East John Scudder, pastor; Worship 56, two miles southwest of Aurora; Tommy evening service, 7:00 PM. the 27th day of August, 2013, at the hour of 10:00 783.91 feet to a rebar set; thence North COUNTYOF OHIO WILMINGTON HILLS WESLEYAN CHURCH: 82º04'34” Service, 9:30 AM; S.S. 10:30 AM. Johnson, Evangelist; Phone 438-2930; Bible a.m. or as soon thereafter as is possible, at the of- West NAME OFand MINOR: 254.23 feet CHURCH: to a rebar thence North IN RE CHANGE OF TRINITY EPISCOPAL Lake found; and State Road 350 Wilmington; Rev. Rev. Darin School, 9:30 AM; Worship Service and Lord’s FehrGary; Odom view; John fice of the Ohio County Sherif, S. Mulberry, Ris- Center streets,West Lawrenceburg; Mary Taflinger, 06º43'03” West 296.96 feet to aUNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Fair nineteen inch Sophia Lynn Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Morning Worship, Supper, 10:30 AM; 123 Sunday Evening Services, Scudder, pastor; Worship, 8:15 AM; Sunday ing Sun, Indiana, 6:30 thefollowing described realMeeting, estate Vicar; Eucharist, AM; Children’s 10:30 AM; Sunday Evening Service, 6:00 PM; Box Holy Elder Tree;10:30 thence North 41º24'11æ West Kristin Renee Fehr PM; Bible Study and Prayer AM. Sunday located in Ohio County, Indiana, Petitioner. Wednesday Evening, 7:00 PM. Wednesday, 6:30 PM. to wit: 166.92School, feet 10:30 to a AM. rebar found; thence School, North9:30 19º53'16” A part of Section 31, Township 4 North, Range 2 West 166.92 feet to a rebar found; thence North VERIFIED PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME West Pike Township, Ohio County, Indiana de - 25º16'24” West 51.08 feet to a nail found in OF MINOR scribed as follows: Commencing at the Southwest Laughery Creek Road; thence along said road – the Petitioner, Kristin Renee Fehr, pro se, respectfully corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section 31. following four courses: North 73º10'05” East 69.48 petitions this court to change the name of the Township 4 North, Range 2 West; thence South feet to a nail found; North 77º00'40” East 51.78 feet above-noted child. In support of this Petition, Peti89º29'04'' West 353.05 feet to a rebar found, the to a nail found; North 76º11'09" East 41.23 feet to a tioner states as follows: point of beginning; thence continuing South nail found; North 71º21'29” East 238.92 feet to the 1. Petitioner is the father/mother/guardian of the NOTICE OF SHERIFFʼS SALE 89º29'04" West 314.0 feet to a re bar set; thence point of beginning. This tract contains 4.8692 acres child whose name is sought to be changed. TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED North 01º37'58" East 1118.73 feet to a rebar set at a subject to the right of way of Laughery Creek Road 2. The written consent of the non-petitioning parent REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES: corner post; thence North 06º41'03” West 296.96 and all easements of record. or guardian for the name change of the minor child By virtue of a certified copy of a Decree to me di- feet to a nineteen inch Box Elder Tree; thence North is not required under I.C.31-19-9. Parcel Number: 58-02-31-200-001.002-002 rected from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Ohio 41º24'11 West 166.92 feet to a rebar set; thence More commonly known as: 11565 Laughery Creek 3. The childʼs current name is: Sophia Lynn Fehr County, Indiana, in Cause No. 58C01-1204-MF-0011 North 19º53'16” West 169.14 feet to a rebar set; Odom. Road, Dillsboro, IN 47018 wherein CitiMortgage, Inc. was Plaintiff, and Randy thence North 25º16'24" West 5l.08 feet to a nail set Together with rents, issues, income and profits 4. The childʼs date of birth is: 05/22/2013. L. Courter, was Defendant, requiring me to make to the centerline of Laughery Creek Road; thence thereof said sale will be made without relief from 5. The childʼs mailing address is: 708 Willow Street, the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest along the centerline of said road the following four Rising Sun, IN 47040. valuation or appraisement laws, and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest courses: North 73º10'05" East 69.43 feet to a nail Dated at Vevay, Indiana this 27th day of June, 2013. And, if different, my residence address is: N/A bidder, on the 13th day of August, 2013 at the set; North 77º00'40” East 51.73 feet to a nail set 6. That the childʼs Indiana driver's license Eldon Fancher hour(s) of 10:00 a.m., of said day, at 123 S. Mulberry North 76º1l'09” East 41.23 feet to a nail set; North number/Indiana identification card number is ----- ; Sheriff of Ohio County Street, Rising Sun, IN 47040 Ohio County, Indiana, 71º21'29 East 289.65 feet to a nail found; thence and I will bring the childʼs Indiana driver's license or Douglas C. Wilson #1282-69 the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in South 06º50'04" East 800.28 feet to a rebar found; identification card to my Change of Name Hearing Attorney for The Friendship State Bank Ohio County, Indiana: thence North 90º00'00” East 300.00 feet to a rear P.O. Box 335 for verification. LOT NUMBER TWENTY-ONE (21) AS SO MARKED found; thence South 01º45'19” East 633.79 feet to a 7. The following is a list of all the previous names of Batesville, IN 47006 AND DESIGNATED ON THE RECORDED PLAT OF rebar found; thence South 90º00'00'” West 351.16 the child: (812)934-2173 A.C. PEPPER'S ADDITION, TO THE TOWN, NOW feet to a rebar found; thence South 01º45'20"East 8. The child does not hold a valid United States NOTICE CITY OF RISING SUN, INDIANA. 447.12 feet to the point of beginning. This tract THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLEC- passport. Proof that the child is a United States citiCommonly known as: 231 South Mulberry Street, contains 18.0159 acres subject to thc right-of-way TOR. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. zen is Certified Birth Certificate. I will bring this Rising Sun, IN 47040 of Laughery Creek Road and all easements of re - AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE document to the Change of Name Hearing for verifiTogether with rents, issues, income, and profits cord. cation. USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. thereof, said sale will be made without relief from ALSO: A part of Section 3l, Township 4 North, 37565 9. That the following judgments of criminal convicC-7-11-RSR-3t hspaxlp valuation or appraisement laws. tion of a felony under the laws of any state or the Range 2 West, Pike Township, Ohio County, IndiIN THE OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Eldon Fancher ana, described as follows; Commencing at the United States have been entered against the child, CASE NO. 58C01-1307-MI-0007 Sheriff of Ohio County southeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of Secor I have stated immediately below that the child STATE OF INDIANA FOUTTY & FOUTTY, LLP tion 3l, Township 4 North, Range 2 West; thence has no felony convictions: No Felony Conviction. COUNTYOF OHIO 155 E. Market Street, Suite 605 South 89º29'04" West 667.05 feet to a rebar set, the 10. That changing the childʼs name is not an effort IN RE CHANGE OF NAME OF MINOR: Indianapolis, IN 46204-3219 point of beginning; thence continuing South to defraud creditors. Sophia Lynn Fehr Odom (317) 632-9555 89º29'04'' West 261.14 feet; thence North 00º16'59” 11. That notice of the request for name change has Kristin Renee Fehr 37464 C-7-4-RSR-3t hspaxlp West 1237.59 feet to a rebar corner post; thence been published in a local publication as required by Petitioner. law, and will be brought to the Change of Name The Ohio County Appeals Board will hold a Public South 68º38'45" East 32l.17 feet to a rebar set at a NOTICE OF HEARING Hearing on Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 7:30 P.M. in corner post; thence South 01º37'58”. This tract con- Notice is hereby given that Petitioner Kristin Renee hearing. the Conference Room of the Courthouse, to con - tains 7.5919 acres subject to all easements of re - Fehr, pro se, filed a Verified Petition for Change of 12. That the child is not confined to a Department of sider request of Dave Cole 2353 Bascom Corner for cord and is to be sold to to the adjoining landown- Name of Minor to change the name of minor child correction facility or a sex or violent offender who is required to register under I.C. 11-8-8. a special exception to operate a gun and sporting ers. from Sophia Lynn Fehr Odom to Sophia Lynn Fehr. EXCEPTING THEREFROM: A part of Section 3l, 13. That pursuant to Indiana Code 34-28-2-1, I petigood shop at his home residence. The petition is scheduled for hearing in the Ohio 37827 C-7-11-RSR-2t hspaxlp Township 4 North, Range 2 West, Pike Township, Circuit Court on October 7, 2013, at 9:30 oʼclock tion this court to change the childʼs name. Pursuant to Indiana Code 34-28-2-2(b), the reason the change Ohio County, Indiana described as follows; Coma.m. which is more than thirty (30) days after the TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED of the childʼs name is: So she will have the same mencing at the Southeast corner of the Northwest third notice of publication. Any person has the right REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES last name as her mother. Quarter of Section 31, Town 4 North, Range 2 West; to appear and to file written objections on or before NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 14. That I request the childʼs name be changed to: thence South 89º29'04” West 351.08 feet to a rebar the hearing date. The parties shall report to Ohio By virtue of a certified copy of a Default Judgment found; thence North 01º45'20” West 447.12 feet to Sophia Lynn Fehr. County Circuit Court, 413 Main St. Rising Sun, IN and Entry of Decree of Foreclosure to me directed a rebar found; thence North 90º00'00" East 351. 16 15. I request this Court to set a hearing to consider by the Clerk of the Ohio County Circuit Court in a feet to a rebar found; thence North 0lº45'19” West 47040 the Petition for Name Change of Minor Child. Date: July 9, 2013 certain cause number 58C01-104-MF-09 upon the 633.79 feet to a rebar found; thence South WHEREFORE, I respectfully request that this Court Annie Jo Jackson dockets of said court, wherein The Friendship State 90º00'00” West 100.00 feet to a rebar found; thence grant this Petition for Name Change of a Minor, and CLERK OHIO COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Bank as Plaintiff and Kevin G. Deshler is the Defen- North 06º 50'04" West 800.38 feet to a nail found in for all other just and proper relief. I affirm under the dant, requiring me to make the total sum as pro - Laughery Creek Road; thence along said road IN THE OHIO CIRCUIT COURT penalties of perjury that the foregoing representavided for in said Decree with interest and costs, I South 71º21'29" West 50.73 feet to a nail set, the CASE NO. 58C01-1307-MI-0007 tions are true. will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on point of beginning; thence South 06º48'20” East STATE OF INDIANA Kristin Renee Fehr, 708 Willow Street, Rising Sun, the 27th day of August, 2013, at the hour of 10:00 783.91 feet to a rebar set; thence North 82º04'34” COUNTYOF OHIO IN 47040. a.m. or as soon thereafter as is possible, at the of- West 254.23 feet to a rebar found; thence North IN RE CHANGE OF NAME OF MINOR: Annie Jo Jackson fice of the Ohio County Sherif, 123 S. Mulberry, Ris- 06º43'03” West West 296.96 feet to a nineteen inch Sophia Lynn Fehr Odom CLERK OHIO COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT ing Sun, Indiana, thefollowing described real estate Box Elder Tree; thence North 41º24'11æ West Kristin Renee Fehr 37993 P-7-18-RSR-3t hspaxlp located in Ohio County, Indiana, to wit: 166.92 feet to a rebar found; thence North 19º53'16” Petitioner. A part of Section 31, Township 4 North, Range 2 West 166.92 feet to a rebar found; thence North VERIFIED PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME West Pike Township, Ohio County, Indiana de - 25º16'24” West 51.08 feet to a nail found in OF MINOR scribed as follows: Commencing at the Southwest Laughery Creek Road; thence along said road – the Petitioner, Kristin Renee Fehr, pro se, respectfully
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2013 6-9 month baby boy winner at the 2013 Ohio County 4-HFair was Wyatt Henry shown by Dora Henry.
GED class starting If you didn’t graduate from high school, the General Educational Development (GED) credential can provide you with a helpful alternative to a high school diploma. The staff at the Education Center of Rising Sun can help you make it a reality. Whether you are just beginning the GED process or you have partially completed it, we can help you finish the journey. River Valley Resources will provide free GED courses on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Education Center of Rising Sun located at 591 Smart Drive, Rising Sun beginning Monday, Aug. 5. Classes are taught by Sandra Bowlus. Ms. Bowlus has over 35+ years teaching experience and customizes learning plans for each student. Class offerings and in-
struction are designed to help you earn your GED as quickly as possible. 85 percent of the students served by River Valley Resources earn their GED in less than eight weeks. Once you have completed the required GED classes, the staff at the Education Center will help you schedule your Official GED Test at an official testing site most convenient for you. The Official Test is offered in two forms: on-line and paper/pencil. The cost of the on-line exam is $120; the cost of the paper/pencil exam is $70. Test fee assistance may be available. The Indiana Department of Workforce Development has announced that a new version of the Official GED Test will be launched beginning January 1, 2014. The new test will emphasize critical thinking,
writing and problem solving. Individuals who in the past ten years have attempted the Official GED Test but not passed all five parts (reading, writing, math, science and social studies) should be aware that on Dec. 31, 2013, all previous GED scores will expire. If your scores expire, you will be required to start over to prepare for the new version of the Official GED Test. There is no time like the present to earn your GED. For more information or to register for class, contact Sandra Bowlus (sbowlus@ occfrisingsun.com ) or Verlene Sharp (email@example.com) at the Education Center of Rising Sun 438-2437 or call River Valley Resources toll-free GED hotline: 855-591-7849. Start your journey to earning a GED today.
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Ohio County resident Jeannie Sabo has been named the Realtor® of the Year by the Southeastern Indiana Board of Realtors®, Inc. A graduate of St. Mary’s College at Notre Dame, Sabo served as a History teacher in Mishawaka, supervisor of underwriting and marketing units for large property and casualty insurance companies and internal marketing for Stedman Machine Company. She serves on the SIEOC Board of Directors and has served as member of Ohio County Tourism Board, a tutor for Adult Literacy League and is a member of Ohio County Windstormers. Sabo has been a member of Realtor® board since September of 1994 and has servd as principal broker/ owner of Victoria House Realty since 1996.She has served MLS/SEIBR Director since 2009, was President Elect in 2012 and president in 2013. She has served on various board commttees including Admissions and Membership Chairman in 20092011, Budget and Finance since 2012, Community Service Committee, Education Committee Safety Class Presentation 2013, MLS Committee Member, Professional Standards Committee, RPAC donor and $99 Club member pluswas a member of the Strategic Planning Committee and attended Strategic Planning Session by National Speaker presented through the local Board in 2009. Other state and national activites included attending the state meetings through-
out 2012 and 2013 and National Association of Realtors eeting in Orlando, Florida 2012. Jeannie resides in Ohio County with her husband, Tony Sabo. They have two sons, Anthony and Jason and three grandchildren, Abigail, Audrey,
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Friday, July 19 at 6 p.m. - Third Friday Music in downtown Rising Sun. Sunday, July 21 at 1 p.m. - Detmer Family Reunion at Rising Sun First United Methodist Church 110 S. Walnut Street. July 26 at 6 p.m.- Ohio County Community Foundation Annual Dinner/Auction at the Senior Community Building. Call 438-9401 for details. Saturday, July 27 at 10 a.m.- noon - Benjie Walker book signing at Ohio County Public Library. Monday, July 29 at 6 p.m. - Ohio County Council and Ohio County Commissioners meet in joint session in the commissioners room of the Ohio County Courthouse. Monday, Aug. 1 at 6 p.m. - Rising Sun City Council in council chambers in basement of city building. Fish, Chicken Dinners - The New Alsace American Legion Post #452 located on Legion Road in New Alsace will be having fish and chicken dinners every Friday evening till the end of October, 2013. Serving will be from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Hamburgers and cheeseburgers are also available. Open to the public. Any questions, call Paul at 812-576-4186. The Ohio County Soil & Water meets the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Ohio County Courthouse lobby.
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School reorganization approved July 18, 1963 50 years ago
be ten dollars each month plus ten cents per mile for attending board meetings. The Ohio County School ReorganiA new traffic regulation zation Committee has reached that will become effective in agreement on the most imporlate July or early August is tant items to be included in a all new passenger cars, beginpreliminary plan to be presentning with the 1964 models, ed to the State Commission must be equipped with safety on School Reorganization. In belts which meet standards apa meeting held Monday eveproved by the Commissioner ning at the Rising Sun High of the Bureau of Motor VeSchool, the committee agreed hicles. that the present name of the MAVIS Loren “Steve” Stephenson Rising Sun-Ohio County Con- UHLMANSIEK and sons David and Dick, of Ilsolidated School should be linois, arrived at Whitlock Boat kept if possible. The number Harbor July 4 after an enjoyable boat of school board members should be trip from Chicago to Rising Sun. five. The law provides for either a On Main Street, there are new three, five, or seven member board. doors at the I.G.A. store. Owners, According to the proposed plan one Howard Christian and Fred Morboard member would be elected from ris, have rearranged the store to each county commissioner’s district, make it more attractive and more excluding Rising Sun, and two from convenient for their customers. Rising Sun. Board members are to be elected for four year terms at the genJuly 17, 1958 eral election. A board member shall The community was stunned at the have lived in Ohio County for at least unexpected death of Dean W. Whitthree years and be at least twenty-one lock, Friday July 11, from a heart years of age. Compensation for board attack. He succeeded his father to members according to this plan will the presidency of the J. W. Whitlock
Chair Manufacturing Company, and was a former member of City Council.
July 16, 1953
Charles D. Pratt, of Vevay, has received a bus franchise, and will start a new interstate bus line Aug. 1, which will serve Madison, Vevay, and Rising Sun among other committee on Road 56.
July 13, 1923
Loring and Hemphill opened their new drug store last week. It is across the street from their old one. The show windows of the Dibble hardware store are nicely displayed at night by new side lights.
July 17, 1913
John W. Cochran has a new I.H.C. motor truck and is using it for ice delivery purposes. He is the first of our business men to substitute gasoline for horse-power for delivery work. Alfred Pate of Bear Branch has purchased a new auto bus and will run it between Friendship and Aurora.
July 17, 1903
Dr. Roy Harris is practicing dentistry at East Enterprise.
Cass Union grads ready to reunite Saturday At the corner of State Road 262 and Cass-Union Road in Ohio County stands an empty building that once housed the Cass-Union School. Although the halls are not filled with students and staff these days, there are some former students who can remember “when”. Several of the students put their heads together eleven years ago and organized a reunion for former students and staff, their families and friends, and anyone else who is interested in learning about the school and the “good ole days”. This year the committee invites everyone to attend the Cass-Union Reunion on Saturday, July 20, 2013 at the Rising Sun Church of Christ in the Family Life Center. The doors open at 5 p.m. with the pitch-in meal at 6 p.m. Meat, drinks and table service will be provided. History from September 1941 Ohio County’s eight one-room
schools has been reduced to only one, in Freedom township, this week, following the opening of the imposing new Cass-Union township consolidated school Monday, Miss Goldie Shanahan, superintendent of county schools announced. Clay Bank, New Hope, Murray Branch, Fisher, Durbin, Hall’s Mill, and Hebron one-room schools were abandoned with the opening of the consolidated structure with an enrollment of 114 pupils. Several more are expected to be enrolled later, Miss Shanahan said. Some pupils in the closed one-room districts now are attending the consolidated schools, Freedom school in Pike Township, or the Dillsboro schools. The new building, a WPA project, will be dedicated during the latter part of October or early in November. The structure is entirely completed except for adding the finishing touches to the heating plant installation, grading
the grounds and building a road between the two roads where the building stands. Enrollment in the county schools this year is slightly less than a year ago. Enrollment figures for the consolidated building are: First grade, 16; second, 17; third, 11; fourth, 16; fifth, 13; sixth, 13; seventh, 18; and eighth, 16. The photographs are from CassUnion School. The first one is of Grade Two, 1954-55, with Mrs. Thelma Collins as teacher. Recognize anyone. Come to the Cass-Union School Reunion Saturday, July 20 at the Rising Sun Church of Christ and help identify the students. The second photograph is of Grade 1-2 from 1962-1963 with Mrs. Florence Cook as the teacher. Any former classmates in the picture? The pitch-in is at 6 p.m. and doors open at 5 p.m. Everyone will enjoy good fellowship, good food, and good fun.
Fight back against attack on coal industry
Editor: The recent announcement of President Obama's climate-change plan is a revealing look into the future of our nation and, more importantly, the far-reaching and crippling effect it will have on Indiana. Though coal-based energy is at the root of the issue, the outcome of the president's plan will spread to affect far more than the 13,000-plus coal-related jobs in our state. Unfortunately, too many Hoosiers are not aware of its impending impact. Coal is used to generate 90 percent of all electricity produced in Indiana, and yet and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the president want to eliminate coal-fired generation. Most news stories emphasize that the EPA's coal-emission proposed standards will threaten our coal-mining, electric-generation and manufacturing industries, the damage doesn't stop there. Every business, every home, hospital, school and local-government operation will feel its affect. All Hoosiers will be affected, and more so than most other regions in the country. Far more than just the business sector is going to feel that pain. Millions of households already spend more than a fifth of their take-home pay on energy - and yet with the EPA proposed regulations, national experts predict electricity prices will skyrocket. This could cripple the most financially vulnerable in our communities. Many of those households rely on energy assistance from state and local governments. Neither these families nor state and local governments can afford the down-stream cost of these unrealistic EPA regulations. In discussions with electric-industry experts, we know there is no conventional technology available to meet the EPA's proposed standards, making it ail-but impossible to get permitting to build a new coal-fired power plant that can comply. Furthermore, earlier EPA regulations imposed in the past few years has already forced a number of coal-fired electric-generation plants into planned retirement.. In fact, 288 coal-fired plants in 32 states are closing - that's like turning off the entire electricity supply of 11 states. So not only do we face rising energy costs from the president's climate-change plan, but we also face the real possibility that just because we have electrical outlets in our homes and businesses, the electric energy we've become accustomed to may not be available when we plug in. Alcoa Generating Inc., Warrick ♦ Alliance Coal, LLC ♦ Black Panther Mining, LLC ♦ Five Star Mining,
Inc. ♦ Jarvis Coal, LLC Natural Resource Partners, L.P. ♦ Peabody Energy ♦ Peabody Midwest Mining, LLC ♦ Solar Sources, Inc. ♦ Sunrise Coal, LLC Tcmpleton Coal Company ♦ Triad Mining, Inc. ♦ Vectren Fuels, Inc. ♦ Vigo Coal Company I wish this were just hyperbole we could dismiss, but this is real. Critics of coal will tell you differently. Some will make you believe we can just replace coal with natural gas or renewables. But that's just not true. The ICCTR estimates that Indiana currently has enough natural-gas supply to meet the entire state's energy needs for just one day. As for renewables, collectively they contribute about 4 percent to covering Indiana's massive energy needs. Then there is the whole question of how to you transport natural gas and renewables to the power plants spread across our state. As for coal, it can be transported by truck, rail and barge. And Indiana has enough coal to meet the state's current energy needs for the next 200 years. But through advancing coal technology, we can further achieve emission control that balances environmental concerns with economic stability and energy reliability. In fact, data from our own Department of Environmental Management shows Indiana's carbon emissions have been reduced significantly over the past several years with existing technology. By bringing clean-coal technology innovators to our state, we can lead the charge to an even better way forward, far better than the EPA's proposed regulations. In fact, U.S. carbon emissions have been reduced since 2006 more than any other country and we currently are back down to 1992 levels. All of this without EPA carbon regulations. And world carbon emissions will not be reduced by the pending EPA regulations in America, as more coal is used in other nations. We are at a moment in our history in which every Hoosier, from our national and state leaders, to our local governments, businesses and community members need to speak up against the unnecessary pain planned for our state, and our nation. Write your Congressional leaders and ask them to stop the EPA's attack on coal. Together we can keep our prices affordable, reliability high, and Indiana strong. But if we do not rise to the occasion, the EPA surely will - and Indiana will become a very different place than we know it to be today. J. Nathan Noland President Indiana Coal Council, Inc.
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Shiner success leads to all-state honors Seniors lead RS to first Final Four; efforts to honor team at Reds game
Hannan’s ERA was top in Class 1A while city council on July 11 but no action was teammate Miles Morris was second in Class taken. The council was asked if they would 1A with a 6-2 record and 1.63 ERA. purchase the tickets (approximately $3700) An effort is underway to recognize the which would be returned when tickets were 2013 champions at an upcoming Cincinnati sold. Reds game. If 200 tickets are purchased, the As for this year’s state all-star game, a rosFall sports are about to get underway of- team will be able to get on the field and take ter was selected of the top 25 players from the ficially in two weeks but the success of the part in pregame activities. Rising Sun Mayor four classes invited to play in the three game 2013 Rising Sun High School baseball team Branden Roeder brought the proposal before series between the North and South All-stars lingers on. Rising Sun advanced to the 2013 Final four appearance after winning the school’s first regional baseball championship after three straight Tim Hillman sectional tiRecorder-News Editor firstname.lastname@example.org tles. Leading the way were seniors Nathan Hannan, David Huber, Miles Morris and Brandon Turner. Hannan was voted to the Indiana Class 1A first team all-state for the second straight season while Huber (who led the team in hitting with a .443 average) was honorable mention. All-State honorees were recognized with a banquet on Friday, July 12 at Wabash College. Hannan is headed to the University of Northwest Ohio (UNOH). He was second in the state in ERA with a 0.60 including an 11-1 record and 2 saves. UHLMANSIKE PHOTO Ryan Keaffaber of Northfield was 13-1-2 with a 0.46 ERA (according to Seniors Miles Morris, Brandon Turner, Nathan Hannan and David Huber were part of three Varvee.com- the official stat website of straight sectional championships including a 6-1 win over South Decatur in 2013. They won the regional before losing in the semi-state. the IHSAA.
on July 13-14. None of the locals made the team. Pitcher Trey Bell was named Player of the Year. New Castle graduate was selected seventh in the 2013 draft by the Boston Red Sox.
CLASS 1A FIRST TEAM:
Position Name School ■■Catcher Kyle Mikesell (Jr.) Frontier ■1st ■ Base Jon Miller (Sr.)* Cowan ■2nd ■ Base Drake Fleck (Jr.) North White ■3rd ■ Base Riley Benner (Sr.) Tri-County ■SS ■ Jake Churchill (Sr.) Lafayette Central Catholic ■OF ■ Colin Hileman (Sr.) North White ■OF ■ Luke Miller (So.) Cowan ■OF ■ Pete Wissel (So.) Blue River Valley ■P ■ Nathan Hannan (Sr.)* Rising Sun ■P ■ Hunter Gladish (Sr.) Frontier Honorable Mention (1A): Jake Moore (Jr.) – Kouts; Shae Lear (Jr.) – Tri – County; Trent Tatlock (Sr.) – Edinburgh; Ryan Walker (Sr.) – Clinton Prairie; Brett Yeryar (Jr.) – Shakamak; Jackson Anthrop (Fr.) – Lafayette Central Catholic; Andrew Hubertz (Sr.) – Lafayette Central Catholic; Jason Boston (Sr.) – South Central (Elizabeth); Trey Bradley (Sr.) – Orleans; Brandon Gallinger (Jr.) – Frontier; David Huber (Sr.) – Rising Sun; Dominique Norman (Jr.) – Jac-Cen-Del; Bryce Brockett (Sr.) – Indy Lutheran; Patrick Green (Sr.) – Shakamak; Hayes Cronk (Jr.) – Lafayette Central Catholic; Sammy Wilkerson (Sr.) – Edinburgh; DJ Buschman (Sr.) – North White; Caleb Stayton (Sr.) – Elkhart Christian *- denotes repeat honor.
10 & under Ballwags win again
On June 28 – 30, the Rising Sun Balldawgs won the Dillsboro, Ind., 10 & Under Boys All Star Tournament. During Saturday’s pool play round, Rising Sun defeated Aurora 9 – 0. Landon Cole led the team going 3 for 3 with 2 runs and an RBI followed by Zack Alexander going 2 for 3 with a run and 2 RBIs. Brayden York 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs, Sam Baxter 2 for 3 with a run and an RBI. Dalton Snelling drove in two runs and Dalton Traue one. Tyler Sloan and Hunter Jones scored twice and winning pitcher Bryce Turner once. In the second game of pool play, Rising Sun defeated Lawrenceburg Black 10 – 7. Tyler Sloan led the team going 2 for 2 with a run and 2 RBIs. Cole 2 for 3 with 3 runs, winning pitcher Jonathan Jimenez and Snelling each went 1 for 2 with a run and an RBI. Baxter scored a run and 2 RBIs. Turner drove in 2 runs and Jones one. Traue scored twice and York once. In the quarter finals, Rising Sun cruised to a 12 – 0 win over Lawrenceburg Orange. Winning pitcher Dalton Snelling struck out 8 and Carsyn Ascherman combined for a no-hitter. Cole led the team going 2 for 3 with a HR, 2 runs and 4 RBIs, Traue 3 for 3 with 2 runs and
an RBI, Turner 2 for 3 with 2 runs and an RBI, Baxter 2 for 3 with a run and an RBI, Snelling 3 for 3 with 2 runs. York and Jimenez each drove in 2 runs while Ascherman, Sloan and Jones each scored a run. In the semi-finals, Rising Sun defeated Dillsboro 6 – 0. Bryce Turner pitched a complete game no-hitter striking out 11. Snelling led the team in hitting by going 2 for 2 with 2 RBIs followed by Alexander going 1 for 2 with 2 RBIs, Turner 1 for 2 with an RBI. Jones drove in a run. Cole scored twice while Traue, York, Ascherman and Jimenez each crossed the plate. In Sunday’s Championship game, the Rising Sun Balldawgs flattened Milan 20 – 8 giving them 1st Place in the Dillsboro tournament. Dalton Snelling led the team going 2 for 3 with 3 runs and 5 RBIs followed by Brayden York going 3 for 4 with a run and 4 RBIs, Sam Baxter 3 for 5 with 2 runs and 3 RBIs, Bryce Turner 2 for 4 with 3 runs and 2 RBIs. Hunter Jones 1 for 2 with a run and 2 RBIs, winning pitcher Landon Cole 3 for 4 with 4 runs, Dalton Traue 3 for 5 with 2 runs. Carsyn Ascherman, Tyler Sloan and Jonathan Jimenez each scored a run and an RBI. Zack Alexander crossed the plate.
10u baseball tourney champs included: First Row from left, Carsyn Ascherman, Tyler Sloan, Jonathan Jimenez, Bryce Turner, and Zack Alexander. Second Row: Dalton Snelling, Sam Baxter, Dalton Traue, Brayden York, Landon Cole, and Hunter Jones. Back Row:Asst. Coach Mike Turner, Asst. Coach Jake Cole, and Head Coach Steven Jimenez.
12 & under finish runners-up
12u runners-up included: First Row from left, Peyton Shepherd, Cade Rider, Steven Jimenez, Trey Thies, Hunter Sullivan, Brent Webb, and Cohen Lang. Second Row: Andy Dixon, Adam Dixon, Jacob Polley, Gage Lang, Kenyon Bledsoe, Tyler Konkle. Back Row: Asst. Coach Gene Shepherd, Head Coach Steven Jimenez, and Asst. Coach Rob Thies.
On June 28 – 30, the Rising Sun Balldawgs finished 2nd place at the Dillsboro, IN 12 & Under Boys All Star Tournament. During Friday’s pool play round, Rising Sun defeated Lawrenceburg 11 – 3. Brent Webb led the team going 2 for 2 with 2 runs and an RBI followed by Tyler Konkle going 2 for 3 with 2 runs and an RBI, Cade Rider 1 for 2 with a run and 2 RBIs. Trey Thies and Jacob Polley scored a run and an RBI. Winning pitcher Steven Jimenez, Peyton Shepherd and Andy Dixon each crossed the plate. In the second game of pool play, Rising Sun flattened
GREENWOOD 14 & UNDER CHAMPS
Members of the 14 & under softball team that won recently at Greenwood included, front row from left, Lucy Carrigan, Kasey Baker, Brooke Sturgill, Taylor Amburger and Shayna Wood. Back Row: Jessica Koons, Caroline Stapleton, Maci Elliott, Grace Griffin, Kyla Willhite, Clarie Poling winner of the best pitching award), and Jacquelyn Stapleton. Coached by Allan Poling, Dennis Elliott and Doug Baker. Sponsored by the Rising Sun Lions Club. Not pictured Chelsea Brown (injured).
East Central 25 – 1. Thies led the team going 3 for 4 with 3 runs and 3 RBIs followed by Gage Lang 3 for 3 with 3 runs and 2 RBIs. Jimenez and Polley each went 1 for 2 with 3 runs and 2 RBIs while winning pitcher Adam Dixon and Andy Dixon each went 1 for 3 with 2 runs and 3 RBIs. Shepherd and Webb each scored 2 runs and 2 RBIs. Rider scored 3 runs and 3 RBIs while Hunter Sullivan scored 2 runs and 3 RBIs. In the semi-finals, Rising Sun squeaked by Lawrenceburg 8 – 7. Shepherd led the team going 1 for 3 with 2 runs and 4 RBIs followed by Jimenez going 2 for 3 with a
run and an RBI. Lang had a run and an RBI while Polley and Webb each had an RBI. Adam Dixon scored twice and winning pitcher Thies scored once. In Sunday’s Championship game, the Rising Sun Balldawgs lost a 2 – 1 heartbreaker to SD Sluggers giving them 2nd Place in the Dillsboro tournament. Brent Webb led the team going 1 for 2 with a run while Andy Dixon had an RBI. Correction Last week’s results showed that had defeated the Ohio County Rangers when the rain shortened game ended in a 5-5 tie.
The 12u Rising Stars softball team from Rising Sun was District #2 Babe Ruth Softball Champs. The championship allowed Rising Sun to move on to the South State Tournament where they finished 4th, 1 spot shy of qualifying for the Ohio Valley Regional Tournament. Shown front row, from left, Sara Smart, Lauren Caswell, Sydney Bostic, Maddi Wilson, Keira Oser, and Abby Woytsek. Middle Row: Lucy Carrigan, Sarah Camden, Kassidy Billingsley, Lucy Phelps, Danyka Groover, Abby Wallace, and Alex Courter. Back Row: Coach Chris Wallace, Coach Tim Phelps, Coach John Groover. (not pictured: Sydney Pitts, Riley Chipman)
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❑ A-L (last names beginning with) quart size ziploc type bags ❑ M-l (last names beginning with) gallon size ziploc type bags ❑ 10 glue sticks ❑ 1 bottle of Elmer’s washable glue (not gel or no run) ❑ 1 large pink eraser ❑ 2 boxes of Kleenex ❑ (1) 70 count spiral notebook ❑ (1) 2 pocket plastic folder ❑ 1 box of 16 count crayons (Crayola preferred) ❑ 1 fiskars school scissors ❑ 1 plastic pencil box (not zipper) ❑ 1 book bag (no wheels) ❑ 4 #2 plain yellow pencils ❑ 1) 12 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer ❑ 2 yellow high lighters ❑ Dry Erase Markers PLEASE LABEL “ART” ON THESE ITEMS ❑ One set of watercolor paints ❑ A package of 2 or 4 glue sticks ❑ 1 Box of Crayons (48 ct)
❑ (Last name beginning with A-M) 1 box of ziploc sandwich bags ❑ (last name beginning with N-l) 1 box of gallon size ziploc bags ❑ 10 glue sticks ❑ 4 thick dry erase markers ❑ 20 yellow #2 pencils (sharpened) NO MECHANICAL PENCILS ❑ 4 folders ❑ 2 big erasers ❑ 2 boxes of 24 crayons ❑ (1) 4x8 inch school box ❑ 3 boxes of tissues ❑ 1 pair of school scissors ❑ 1 primary composition book (dotted lines with picture at the top) ❑ 1 package of colored paper ❑ 1 box of pencil top erasers ❑ 2 highlighters FOR ART CLASS ❑ (1) 8-10 count box of crayola type markers (bold or classic) ❑ 1 pkg of glue sticks (2-4) ❑ 1 box Kleenex or baby wipes
❑ 20 regular #2 pencils-sharpened (no plastic coated pencils) ❑ Hand held pencil erasers
❑2 boxes of crayola crayons (no more than 24 per box) ❑ 6 plastic folders with prongs (blue, yellow, green, purple, red, orange) ❑ 1 pair of scissors-pointed ❑ 6 glue sticks-no gel ❑ 1 small school box ❑ Tissues - 3 regular sized boxes ❑ 1 ream of white copy paper (not notebook paper) ❑ 1 ream of colored paper (any color) ❑ 1 box zip lock bags--Boy: Gallon size Girl: Sandwich size ❑ 2 highlighters ❑ 2 Expo dry erase markers ❑ 2 red ink pens ❑ 1 pack pencil top erasers ❑ 2 primary composition writing journal Mrs. Lows’ class needs ❑ 2 non-primary composition writing journals (Has dotted writing lines with space for drawing at top) ❑ 1 pk washable, reg. size Crayola markers ❑ 1 pk washable, fine pt Crayola markers FOR ART CLASS ❑ Pink Eraser ( 1 or 2) ❑ Pkg of regular pencils ❑ 4oz. bottle of Elmer’s glue
❑ 1 Book bag (no wheels) ❑ 1 canvas zippered pencil bag (no plastic boxes) ❑ 4 pkgs. #2 WOODEN pencils (no mechanical) ❑ 1 pkg. cap erasers for pencils ❑ 1 small pair of scissors ❑ 1 bottle of white school glue ❑ 4 glue sticks ❑ 1 box of crayons (no more the 24, twistables OK) ❑ 1 ruler (inch & centimeter markings required) ❑ 3 pkgs. Loose-leaf notebook filler paper (wide ruled only) ❑ 5 solid-colored regular doublepocket folders (plain, solid colored, DO NOT write names on these) ❑ 2 vinyl (plastic) double pocket folder (plain, not decorated with pictures, DO NOT write names on these) ❑ 4 Single subject wire-bound notebooks (no perforations; plain solid colored, DO NOT write names on these) ❑ 1 composition notebook (9 3/4 x 7 1/2 in-not primary ruled) ❑ 2 yellow high lighters
❑ 2 large boxes of tissues ❑ 1 bottle of waterless hand sanitizer (6 oz. or larger) ❑ 1 box of zip-lock bags (boys-bring gallon size; girls-bring sandwich size) FOR ART CLASS ❑ 1 set of crayola 16 ct watercolor paints ❑ 1 container of baby wipes or disinfecting wipes
❑ 1 accordion file or Trapper Keeper with at least 6 sections ❑ 1 flash drive ❑ 4 package yellow #2 pencils ❑ 1 pkg of cap erasers ❑ 4 glue sticks ❑ 8 solid colored double pocket folders with prongs ❑ 4 single subject wire bound notebooks ❑ 2 highlighters ❑ 1 pk dry erase makers ❑ 3 lrg boxes of tissues ❑ 1 box ziploc bags: Boys-Gallon, Girls-Quart ❑ 2 pkgs index cards FOR LIBRARY CLASS ❑ 2 solid colored double pocket folders FOR ART CLASS ❑ 1 box Metallic or Gel Crayons ❑ 1 4oz. bottle Elmer’s glue ❑ 1 pkg fine tip Crayola markers
❑ #2 lead pencils (no mechanical) ❑ 2 packs of lined notebook paper ❑ Accordion file folder with at least 6 sections ❑ 2 boxes of tissues ❑ Ruler ❑ Protractor ❑ 2 spiral notebooks ❑ Dictionary / Thesaurus ❑ 2 pink erasers ❑ Pencil top erasers ❑ 1 bottle of hand sanitizer ❑ 3 pocket folders with prongs ❑ Sm pkg “Pony” beads-multicolored ❑ 2 black ultra fine tip sharpie markers ❑ set of Prang or Crayola watercolors
❑ 5 packs of #2 pencils ❑ 1 pkg cap erasers ❑ 3 boxes Puffs w/ lotion ❑ 5 spiral notebooks ❑ Box of colored pencils ❑ 1 accordion file or Trapper Keeper with at least 6 sections ❑ Box of crayons
❑ 12 small glue sticks ❑ 1 ruler ❑ 1 small bottle of Elmer’s glue ❑ 1 plastic school box - small ❑ 4 two-pocket folders with prongs ❑ 2 plastic two-pocket folders ❑ 2 yellow highlighters ❑ 1 one-inch binder ❑ 1 spiral notebook ❑ 2 large boxes of tissues ❑ Boys - Clorox wipes and gallon size baggies; Girls-snack size baggies & quart size baggies ❑ 1 pk index cards ❑ 4 black expo markers (low odor) ❑ 1 ream copy paper Kindergarten ❑ 1 pack of red ink pens ❑ Standard Bookbag - NO WHEELS ❑ Gym shoes ❑ Plastic pencil box, approximately ❑ Bookbag/backpack (NO WHEELS 5.5” x 8.5” x 2.5” ❑ 2 lrg pink erasers, no pencil cap erasers PLEASE) ❑ Two white t-shirts (one size too big) ❑ 2 dozen #2 yellow pencils (NO ❑ Math money - 25 pennies, 10 nickDECORATIVE PENCILS) ❑ 1 box Crayola 8-count basic color els, 10 dimes, 4 quarters Second Grade washable markers ❑ 2 (new) medium to XL white T-shirts ❑ 6 boxes of Crayola basic color crayons (6, 16, or 24 count) regular ❑ 2 boxes of tissues ❑ 1 large bottle of Elmer’s glue size, NO JUMBO ❑ 6 large glue sticks ❑ 1 box of Kleenex tissues ❑ 12 jumbo Elmer’s glue sticks (white) ❑ 2 college-rule journals or 24 small Elmer’s glue sticks (white) ❑ 3 boxes of Crayola 24-count crayons ❑ 2 boxes of Crayola basic markers ❑ 1 box of Ziplock bags (pick from ❑ 2 red ink pens the following: 2.5 gallon, gallon, quart, sandwich size, NO SNACK SIZE ❑ 2 yellow highlighters ❑ 2 college ruled journals ❑ 1 plain white t-shirt - This t-shirt will act as a nametag for special area ❑ 48 sharpened #2 yellow pencils (NO PLASTIC COATED PENCILS) classes Please make sure it is big ❑ 4 black Expo markers enough to wear over clothes. ❑ 2 large pink erasers ❑ 1 70-count, wide-ruled spiral ❑ 1 boxes of cap erasers bound notebook ❑ 1 red plastic coated folder ❑ 1 yellow highlighter ❑ 1 student scissors (rounded tip only) ❑ 1 yellow plastic coated folder ❑ 1 pack of 3 or 4 (black only) dry ❑ 1 green plastic coated folder ❑ 1 blue plastic coated folder erase markers ❑ Girls-1 box gallon size ziploc bags, ❑ Boys-1 bottle of hand sanitizer; 1 large bottle hand sanitzer; Boys-1 Girls-1 Container disinfecting wipes box quart size ziploc bags, 1 large ·Please send all items in a bag marked with container of disenfectant wipes your child’s name on it at orientation. ·Clay, rest mat, and 2 large plastic envelopes will ❑ 1 plastic pencil box ❑ 2 pairs scissors (round tips only) need to be purchased from the office. ❑ 1 backpack (no Trapper/or Wheels) First Grade
❑ (2) 3 ring binders (2inch) ❑ 2 rolls paper towels ❑ (4) pocket folders ❑ 4 Dry erase markers ❑ 1 pkg colored copy paper ❑ 2 Avery highlighters (thin tip) ❑ 1 box of ziploc gallon bags FOR ART CLASS ❑ Black chisel tip sharpie ❑ (1) 4 oz Aleen’s tacky glue (craft section) ❑ 1 pair Fiskar youth scissors
❑ 1 pair of Fiskars scissors ❑ 24 #2 pencils (sharpened) ❑ 24 cap erasers ❑ 2 large pink erasers ❑ 4 boxes of Crayola crayons - not bigger than 24-count ❑ 1 box of Crayola washable markers
❑ Box of #2 pencils ❑ Colored pencils ❑ 64-count box of crayons
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❑ 2 vinyl folders with pockets ❑ 2 yellow highlighters ❑ 1 pencil bag or small pencil box ❑ 1 12-inch ruler with inches and centimeters ❑ 2 red pens ❑ 200 sheets of loose-leaf notebook paper - wide-ruled ❑ 2 composition books - wide-ruled ❑ 24 pencils ❑ 1 pkg cap erasers ❑ 4 large glue sticks ❑ 2 packs of 24-count colored pencils or crayons ❑ 1 pair of safety scissors ❑ 2 boxes of tissues ❑ 1 container of disinfecting wipes ❑ 1 green, 2-pocket folder for music ❑ 1 orange, 2-pocket, 3-holed folder for art ❑ (2) 1 inch 3 ring binder ❑ Last name A-M: 1 pump bottle hand sanitizer; N-Z: 1 box of gallon and/or quart size ziploc bags
❑ 1 Trapper Keeper ❑ 4 composition notebooks ❑ (4) pocket folders with holes: blue, orange, green & red ❑ 1 spiral notebook-wide ruled, single subject ❑ 2 pks loose leaf, wide ruled paper ❑ 2 pks of 24 pencils ❑ 1 pk of 12 colored pencils ❑ 1 pk of 10 Crayola Markers ❑ 1 pink eraser or 1 pk cap erasers ❑ 2 red pens ❑ 1 yellow highlighter
Before your children go back to school, take this opportunity to talk to them about peer pressure, and drug and alcohol use. Help them make the grade by letting them know you’re there to help them handle new, challenging situations. •
Drugs can cause lifelong damage to your body and even death. They can affect the way you look, act, think and feel in very negative ways. • If your friends pressure you to use drugs, it makes sense to seek out new friends who respect your decision to stay drug-free. • If you or someone you know has a problem with drugs, ask a parent, teacher, counselor or any trusted adult for help.
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Dillsboro Elementary Kindergarten
❑ 1 small school supply box (not large or soft sided) ❑ 1 8- count box LARGE crayon ❑ 2 large kindergarten pencils ❑ 2 4 oz. or 8 oz. bottles of Elmer’s school glue ❑ 4 glue sticks ❑ 2 large pencil erasers ❑ 1 pair blunt scissors - please let your child try them out before sending to school (Fiskars is a good brand) ❑ 2 pkgs 3 x 5 index cards (100 ct) ❑ 1 plastic folder w/ pockets on bottom ❑ 1 box colored pencils ❑ 4 BLACK dry erase markers ❑ 1 backpack or book bag ❑ 2 boxes of kleenex
❑ 1 Art Shirt (a parent’s old t-shirt would be perfect!) ❑ 24 PRE-SHARPENED #2 pencils ❑ 4 Pink erasers ❑ 1 Pack of pencil top erasers ❑ 2 24 count boxes of crayons ❑ 2 Colored highlighters ❑ 8 glue sticks ❑ 2 Pocket folders (they will be kept at school-students may choose a “special folder” ie Indianapolis Colts, High School Musical, Cincinnnti Reds, etc) ❑ 1 Clip Board ❑ 1 Special notebook (students may choose a special theme, but it should be durable as we will use it to journal all year) ❑ 1 Plastic Art box ❑ 2 Skinny, low odor dry erase markers ❑ 1 Personal set of Ear Buds ❑ 1 Drawstring Bag (large enough to easily hold a clipboard, art box and work books) ❑ Girls: 1 pkg of small 12 oz Styrofoam cups AND 1 pkg of plastic spoons Boys: 1 pkg of paper plates AND 1 container of Lysol Wipes
❑ 1 art shirt ❑ 2 boxes of #2 pencils sharpened ❑ 2 pks of cap erasers ❑ 2 pink erasers ❑ (2) 24-ct box Crayola crayons ❑ 2 colored highlighters ❑ 8 glue sticks ❑ 1 bottle Elmer’s glue ❑ 4 pocket folders ❑ 1 clipboard ❑ 1 plastic art box ❑ 2 skinny, low odor dry erase markers ❑ 1 personal set of ear buds ❑ 1 Drawstring Bag (large enough to easily hold a clipboard, art box and work books) ❑ 1 pair scissors ❑ 2 pks of primary writing or grade 2 tablets ❑ Girls: 1 pkg of small 12 oz Styrofoam cups AND 1 pkg of plastic spoons Boys: 1 pkg of paper plates AND 1 container of Lysol Wipes
❑ 4 pocket folders ❑ 1 plastic folder w/ hole punches ❑ 1 small pack #2 pencils ❑ 1 pack mechanical pencils ❑ 1 pink eraser ❑ 1 pair scissors ❑ 1 bottle of glue ❑ 2 glue sticks
❑ (1) 2 pk of red marking pens ❑ 1 24 ct box of crayons ❑ 1 spiral notebook (not perforated) ❑ 1 highlighter (any color) ❑ 1 watercolor paint set ❑ 1 dry erase marker (skinny, low odor) ❑ 1 pkg index cards ❑ Art box or bag ❑ Art shirt & gym shoes Girls: 1-4pk of AA batteries Boys: 1-4k of AAA batteries
❑ Loose leaf notebook paper smooth edge/wide ruled ❑ Crayola crayons ❑ 2 10-12 pkg of pencils (plain-no plastic wrapped) ❑ 1 Small bottle of white school glue ❑ Art bag or pouch for supplies ❑ 2 Single section spiral notebooks (different colors/non-perforated) ❑ 1 Box Crayola Colored pencils ❑ Non-marking gym shoes Please do not bring three ring binders as they won’t fit in desks NO MARKERS OR RULERS OR PENCIL SHARPENERS
❑ 1 10 -12 pocket accordion expandable folder ❑ 30 pencils ❑ 10 red pencils or pens ❑ 16 eraser mate pens (blue or black) ❑ 1 bottle white school glue ❑ 3 pkgs loose leaf notebook paper ❑ 20 pencil top erasers ❑ 1 box crayons ❑ 1 pkg colored pencils ❑ 1 flexi ruler with inch and metric markings ❑ 1 set water soluble markers (no permanent markers) ❑ 1 composition book ❑ 8 highlighters (no permanent markers) ❑ 1 art bag (drawstring large enough for all materials) ❑ 1 small zipper bag for pencils and pens ❑ 1 3-prong folder ❑ 1 3 x 5 index cards ❑ 3 boxes of tissues
St. John Lutheran School Pre-Kindergarten
❑ Paper Plates (One Pack) ❑ Paper Napkins (One Pack) ❑ Tissues (2 Family Sized Boxes) ❑ Gym shoes to be left at school ❑ Backpack/bookbag ❑ Blanket & pillow for rest time (travel size please!) ❑ Ziploc sandwich bags ❑ 1 ream (500 shts) pastel colored paper ❑ Disinfectant wipes (2 tubs)
❑ Pencils & cap erasers ❑ School box ❑ Crayons (24 count box) ❑ Glue stick ❑ Glue bottle (4oz elmers white) ❑ Fiskars rounded/blunt scissors ❑ Spiral notebook ❑ Gym shoes to be left at school ❑ Tissues (family sized box) ❑ Pillow & blanket for rest time (travel size please!) ❑ Paper napkins (one pack) ❑ Paper plates (one pack) ❑ Zip lock sandwich bags ❑ Backpack/bookbag ❑ Disinfectant wipes (2 tubs) ❑ 1 box of Band-Aids ❑ 1 ream (500 sheets) pastel colored copy paper
Grades 1 & 2
❑ Earbuds or headphones for the computer ❑ Tissues (2 family sized boxes) ❑ Backpack/bookbag ❑ Gym shoes to be left at school ❑ Disinfectant wipes (2 tubs) ❑ 1 ream (500 sheets) pastel colored copy paper
Grades 3 & 4
❑ Tissues ( 2 family sized boxes) ❑ Pencils ❑ Cap erasers and flat pink erasers ❑ Highlighter (any color) ❑ Markers (small box) ❑ Crayons (small box) ❑ Pencil Box ❑ 3 Two pocket folders ❑ Notebook paper (wide-ruled) ❑ 1 ream (500 sheets) pastel colored copy paper ❑ 1 tub disinfectant wipes ❑ 1 bottle of hand sanitizer ❑ Earbuds or headphones for the computer ❑ Backpack/bookbag ❑ Gym shoes to be left at school ❑ 4th Graders should bring their bibles from last year
Grades 5 & 6
❑ Bible & Catechism (will be provided for new students) ❑ Notebook papers (wide ruled) ❑ Graph paper ❑ Pencil box to fit desk ❑ Scissors (small, blunt tip) ❑ 7 two pocket folders ❑ 5 single subject spiral notebooks ❑ #2 pencils & cap erasers ❑ 2 flat erasers ❑ Erasable ink pens (blue or black) ❑ Red pens (1 pkg) ❑ 2 Glue sticks ❑ Highlighters ❑ Colored pencils ❑ Markers ❑ Memory stick (jump drive, zip drive) ❑ Earbuds or headphones for the
computer ❑ Tissues (2 family sized boxes) ❑ Ziploc bags (1 box) ❑ Hand sanitizer (1 pump bottle) ❑ Disinfectant wipes (3 tubs) ❑ 3 packs of dry erase markers ❑ 3x5 lined index cards ❑ 4x6 index cards ❑ Ruler with standard & metric ❑ Backback/bookbag ❑ Gym shoes to be left at school ❑ Gym uniform (can be purchased at Final Registration if needed) ❑ Combination lock ❑ Deodorant (for gym locker) ❑ 1 ream (500 sheets) pastel colored copy paper
Grades 7 & 8
❑ Bible & Catechism (will be provided for new students) ❑ #2 pencils (keep ongoing supply) ❑ Cap erasers & flat pink eraser ❑ Pens, blue or black only ❑ 4 Three ring binders (1”) ❑ 3-hole punch for home ❑ 5 pkgs of 8 tab dividers ❑ Notbook paper (ongoing supply) ❑ 3x5 lined index cards ❑ Highlighters ❑ Dry erase markers (2pkgs) ❑ Dry Erase Eraser ❑ Scissors ❑ Rulers with standard & metric ❑ Protractor & Compass ❑ 2 Two pocket folders ❑ 1 memory stick ❑ Tissues ( 2 family size boxes) ❑ Disinfectant wipes ❑ Bookbag/backpack ❑ 1 ream (500 sheets) pastel colored copy paper ❑ Combination lock ❑ Gym shoes to be left at school ❑ Gym uniform (can be purchased at Final Registration if needed) ❑ Deodorant (For gym locker)
Manchester Elementary Kindergarten
❑ 1 pkg of pencils ❑ 1 small school box(plastic) ❑ 2 pack Crayola crayons(24 count) ❑ 12 glue sticks ❑ 1 pair Fiskar scissors ❑ (boys) 1 box sandwich & 1 gallon size Ziploc bags ❑ (girls) 13 pks clorox wipes ❑ 1 pkg . Expo dry erase markers(multi-colored) ❑ 1 blue 2 pocket folder ❑ 1 standard backpack(no wheels) ❑ Lunchbox (if needed) Please Label all items with student’s name\
❑ 1 large school box ❑ 2 pkgs. Crayola crayons (16 ct) ❑ 2 pkgs. sharpened #2 yellow pencils (12 count)
❑ 1 large pink eraser ❑ 1 pack eraser caps (12 count) ❑ 1 stainless steel scissors (5” blunt tip) ❑ 1-4 oz. bottle Elmer’s washable School glue (white) ❑ 4 glue sticks ❑ 2-8 ct. Crayola Washable Marker Classic Color (thick) ❑ 1 Mead primary composition book full-page ruled (100 ct.) ❑ 1 red (2 pocket) plastic folder with metal clasp ❑ 1 purple (2 pocket) plastic folder without clasp ❑ 1 yellow & 1 blue 2 pocket folder without clasp ❑ Girls: 1 box of Ziploc sandwich bags; Boys: 1 box Ziploc quart size bags
❑ 2 folders (2 pocket) ❑ 1 composition notebook ❑ 1 box #2 pencils (24 count) ❑ 1 bottle Elmer’s glue ❑ 1 glue stick ❑ 2 boxes Crayola Crayons (24 ct) ❑ 1 box pencil cap erasers ❑ 1 pair scissors ❑ 1 highlighter ❑ 1 red pen ❑ 1 small pencil box ❑ 1 box Ziplock sandwich bags (100 ct)
❑ 1 binder (1/2) ❑ pencils ❑ pencil cap erases ❑ scissors ❑ 2 bottles glue ❑ crayons or colored pencils ❑ art supply box ❑ 2 pkgs. wide-ruled notebook paper (loose leaf) ❑ 4 folders with 3-hole binder (red, yellow, green, blue) ❑ 1 highlighter (Sharpie or Avery) ❑ 1 ruler (inches/centimeter) ❑ 1 pkg dry erase markers SOME SUPPLIES WILL NEED TO BE RESTOCKED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
❑ 1 school box ❑ 2 pkgs wide ruled loose leaf paper ❑ 1 box #2 pencils ❑ 4-6 glue sticks ❑ 1 box crayons (24 ct or less) ❑ 4 pocket folders with prongs ❑ 4 pocket folders (3 holes, no prongs ❑ 1 pair scissors ❑ 1 ruler w/ inches & centimeters ❑ 1 pkg earser caps ❑ 1 sm pk 3x3 Post it notes ❑ 2” binder w/ pocket on inside front and back covers ❑ 2 single subject spiral notebooks, wide ruled ❑ 1 personal pencil sharpener (not battery operated, enclosed to catch shavings)
❑ 12 #2 pencils, sharpened ❑ 1 protractor ❑ 2 pkgs wide ruled loose leaf paper
❑ Eraser caps ❑ 1 bottle glue ❑ 1 box crayons (24 ct) ❑ Colored pencils ❑ 1 small supply box/bag ❑ 1 ruler with inches & centimeters ❑ 1 pair scissors ❑ 1 composition notebook ❑ 4 folders with pockets & eyelets (red, blue, yellow, green) ❑ 1 folder for take home papers ❑ 2 black or blue ink pens ❑ 1 personal pencil sharpener (not battery operated, enclosed to catch shavings)
❑ 60 pencils (#2) ❑ 4 pack wide-ruled (loose leaf) paper ❑ 3 folders with prongs (red, blue, black) ❑ 4 folders (purple, green, orange, yellow) ❑ 2 spiral notebooks (1 red & 1 black) ❑ 1 art box ❑ 1 box crayons (24 count) ❑ 2 bottles glue ❑ 1 pkg dry erase markers ❑ 1 pair scissors ❑ Girls-1 box Ziploc sandwich bags ❑ Boys-1 box Ziplox quart bags ❑ 2 packs index cards (4x6) ❑ 5 red pens ❑ 1 pkg markers ❑ 1 hand held pencil sharpener ❑ 1 pkg cap erasers
Moores Hill Kindergarten
❑ 1 Bottle of hand sanitizer ❑ 3 Large boxes of facial tissues ❑ 1 Box of Ziploc baggies w/ Sliding zippers (gallon) ❑ 3 Boxes of Crayola crayons (8 count) ❑ 6 Glue sticks ❑ 1 Supply box (cigar box size) ❑ 12 or more #2 pencils ❑ 2 pink wedge erases ❑ 2 Dry erase markers
❑ 4 Box crayons(16 count) ❑ 1 Red ink pen ❑ 1 Pair scissors (Fiskars are best) ❑ 8 glue sticks ❑ 1 Supply box (cigar box size) ❑ 2 Box facial tissues ❑ 2 highlighters ❑ 3 pack wedge erases ❑ lots of pencils #2 ❑ 1 Bottle of Elmer’s glue ❑ Lots of cap erases ❑ 1 Box gallon Ziploc bags- (boys) ❑ 1 Box sandwich Ziploc bags -(girls) ❑ 1 Crayola Watercolor Paint ❑ 2 dry erase markers ❑ 1 bottle of hand sanitzer (boys) ❑ 1 pack of sanitizer wipes (girls)
❑ 1 box 24 Crayola crayons
ST. JOHN LUTHERAN SCHOOL • Grades 1-8 • Full day - 5 day Kindergarten • Full day - 5 day Pre-School for 3+4 Year Olds • Licensed teachers • Small class sizes • Extended care available • Christ centered curriculum • Meets or Exceeds Indiana + National Academic Standards • National Lutheran Schools Accredited
ALL CHILDREN WELCOME St. John Lutheran School 222 Mechanic St. Aurora, IN 812-926-2656 www.stjohnlcms.com
Lawrenceburg Community Center’s
After School Program Registration will be held until July 26th. Must pick up packets by July 18th. Program is available for students in grades 2-5 for the 2013-2014 school year. The after school program will begin Monday, August 5th, 2013. Students will ride the bus to LCC and have the opportunity to stay until 5:30pm. Lawrenceburg Community Center
423 Walnut Street | Lawrenceburg, IN | 812.532.3535 | www.lawrenceburgcommunitycenter.com
THURSDAY, JULY 18, 27, 2013 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2012
Bright Elementary Kindergarten
❑❑1❑bottle❑Elmer’s❑glue/glue❑stick ❑❑1❑pair❑Fiskar❑scissors ❑❑5❑thin❑folders❑w/pockets❑&❑paper❑ fasteners❑(solid❑colors/❑not❑plastic) ❑❑3❑Box❑of❑pencils❑(#2)❑with❑eraser ❑❑4❑pink❑wedge❑erasers❑ ❑❑1❑supply❑box❑(cigar❑box❑size) ❑❑1❑Spiral❑notebook ❑❑2❑Dry❑erase❑markers ❑❑4❑Boxes❑of❑facial❑tissues
❑❑1❑supply❑box❑(cigar❑box❑size) ❑❑2❑boxes❑of❑pencils❑(#2)❑w/❑erasers ❑❑1❑Crayola❑crayon❑24❑count ❑❑4❑Glue❑sticks ❑❑1❑pair❑Fiskar❑scissors ❑❑1❑ruler❑w/inches❑&❑centimeters❑ (not❑rubber) ❑❑6❑folders❑w/pockets❑&❑prongs❑ (blue,❑red,❑purple,❑orange,❑green,❑ yellow) ❑❑3❑box❑facial❑tissues ❑❑1❑notebook❑(spiral) ❑❑2❑pkg.❑notebook❑❑paper❑wide-ruled ❑❑1❑bottle❑hand❑sanitizer ❑❑1❑pkg.❑index❑cards ❑❑2❑dry❑erase❑markers-❑Black
❑❑4❑blue❑or❑black❑ink❑pens ❑❑Lots❑of❑pencils❑(#2)❑with❑erasers ❑❑1❑box❑crayons❑(16❑or❑24ct) ❑❑2❑glue❑sticks ❑❑1❑ruler❑w/inches❑&❑centimeters ❑❑1❑small❑supply❑box ❑❑❑folders❑w/pockets❑&❑paper❑fasteners❑(orange,❑red,❑yellow,❑&❑blue) ❑❑1❑Protractor ❑❑Loose-leaf❑paper-❑800❑sheets ❑❑3❑boxes❑facial❑tissues ❑❑1❑small❑pair❑good❑scissor❑(Fiskar❑ are❑best) ❑❑1❑book❑bag ❑❑1❑set❑of❑colored❑pencils ❑❑2❑spiral❑notebooks
❑❑Lots❑of❑#2❑pencils ❑❑2❑packs❑large❑eraser❑&❑pencil❑top❑ erasers ❑❑1❑bottle❑Elmer’s❑glue ❑❑1❑ruler❑w/inches❑&❑centimeters ❑❑1❑set❑colored❑pencils ❑❑2❑red❑ink❑pens❑or❑2❑highlighters ❑❑1❑Protractor ❑❑4❑folders❑w/pockets❑&❑fasteners ❑❑1❑box❑crayons ❑❑loose-leaf❑paper❑(4❑packs) ❑❑1❑pair❑good❑scissors ❑❑4❑boxes❑facial❑tissues
North Dearborn Elementary Kindergarten
❑❑2❑Plastic,❑3❑ring,❑two❑pocket❑folders❑ (1❑yellow,❑1❑red) ❑❑1”❑white❑binder❑w/❑a❑clear❑sleeve❑on❑front ❑❑1❑pkg❑acid❑free❑sheet❑protectors ❑❑4❑oz.❑Medium❑sz❑Elmer’s❑white❑glue ❑❑Large❑box❑tissues ❑❑Bookbag❑(put❑child’s❑name❑inside) ❑❑2❑lg❑pink❑Pearl❑Papermate❑erasers ❑❑6❑large,❑Elmer’s❑glue❑sticks ❑❑1❑large❑container❑(CLOROX))❑wipes ❑❑1❑large❑container❑antibacterial❑ (WET❑ONES)❑wipes ❑❑1❑pk❑Crayola❑8❑ct❑skinny❑markers ❑❑1❑pk❑Crayola❑8❑count❑fat❑markers ❑❑Dry❑Erase❑markers❑(pkg❑of❑4)❑–❑(low❑odor)
❑❑Elmer’s❑white❑glue❑(2❑bottles) ❑❑8❑glue❑sticks ❑❑#2❑pencils❑(4❑pkgs❑of❑10) ❑❑(2)❑3❑prong❑PLASTIC❑folders❑w/❑pockets ❑❑Fiskar❑scissors ❑❑Crayola❑crayons❑(5❑pkgs❑of❑24) ❑❑1❑box❑Crayola❑Washable❑Markers ❑❑Dry❑Erase❑Markers❑(pkg.❑of❑2) ❑❑2❑highlighters ❑❑1❑container❑Clorox❑Disinfecting❑Wipes ❑❑Bookbag ❑❑School❑box❑(standard❑size) ❑❑2❑large❑erasers ❑❑1❑box❑zip-lock❑bags❑(Girls:❑Sandwich❑ Size,❑Boys:❑Gallon❑Size) ❑❑2❑large❑boxes❑tissues ❑❑Old❑shirt❑for❑art
❑❑#2❑pencils❑(yellow,❑3❑pkgs❑of❑10,❑ no❑mechanical) ❑❑2❑large❑pink❑erasers ❑❑2❑boxes❑Crayola❑crayons❑(24❑or❑less) ❑❑5❑plastic❑folders❑(3❑prong/2❑pocket,❑ red,❑yellow,❑green,❑blue❑&❑purple) ❑❑1❑bottle❑Elmer’s❑white❑glue ❑❑4❑glue❑sticks❑ ❑❑2❑highlighters ❑❑Fiskars❑scissors❑ ❑❑2❑Red❑pens ❑❑Small❑school❑box❑(6/9”)❑ ❑❑Old❑shirt❑for❑art ❑❑2❑large❑boxes❑tissues ❑❑❑12❑“❑WOOD❑ruler❑(inch❑&❑cent) ❑❑Bookbag❑(no❑rolling❑backpacks) ❑❑3❑wide❑ruled❑SPIRAL❑bound❑notebooks ❑❑Clorox❑wipes❑ ❑❑Pkg❑of❑4❑dry❑erase❑markers
❑❑1❑Mead❑wide-ruled❑fully❑lined❑composition❑book ❑❑#2❑pencils❑(3❑packages❑of❑10) ❑❑2❑glue❑sticks ❑❑2❑red❑pens❑ ❑❑Pkg❑of❑4❑dry❑erase❑markers ❑❑2❑large❑erasers❑ ❑❑*Crayons❑(24) ❑❑Small❑art❑box❑Bookbag ❑❑*Fiskars❑pointed❑scissors❑ ❑❑yellow❑&❑green❑highlighter ❑❑*4❑oz.❑Elmer’s❑white❑glue❑ ❑❑*8❑colored❑pencils ❑❑2❑large❑boxes❑tissues❑ ❑❑*Old❑shirt❑for❑art ❑❑Markers❑(optional) ❑❑5❑folders❑(3❑prong,❑2❑pocket,❑red,❑ yellow,❑green,❑blue❑&❑orange)❑❑❑❑ Please have name on all items marked with an asterick
❑❑2❑pkgs.❑Paper,❑white,❑wide-ruled ❑❑1❑Expanding❑File❑Folder❑(Accordion❑ File❑Folder)❑–❑At❑least❑7❑file❑pockets❑❑ *❑NO❑TRAPPER❑KEEPERS/NO❑BINDER ❑❑2❑plastic❑3❑prong/2❑pocket❑folder❑ (any❑color) ❑❑2,❑1❑subject❑notebook❑spiral ❑❑1,❑10❑pack❑#2❑pencils❑ ❑❑2❑Red❑pens ❑❑2❑erasers❑ ❑❑Colored❑Pencils ❑❑Crayons❑(24❑or❑less)❑ ❑❑Markers❑(optional) ❑❑Scissors❑(fiskars)❑ ❑❑2❑Glue❑Sticks ❑❑4❑oz❑bottle❑white❑glue❑Ruler❑with❑ cm.❑and❑in. ❑❑Calculator ❑❑Old❑shirt❑for❑Art ❑❑2❑Highlighters❑(different❑colors) ❑❑Small❑supply❑box❑or❑case❑(4❑½❑X❑8”) ❑❑2❑Large❑boxes❑of❑tissues ❑❑Composition❑Book
❑❑2❑-❑Regular❑Rectangle❑Eraser❑(no❑ fancy❑or❑smelly❑ones) ❑❑Fiskars❑Scissors,❑blunt❑end ❑❑1❑Large❑Box❑of❑Tissues ❑❑1❑-❑Medium❑Size❑School❑bag❑(no❑ rolling❑kind) ❑❑10❑-❑Thin❑Line❑Crayola❑Markers❑(left❑ in❑the❑original❑box❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑ IN❑ADDITION❑TO❑THE❑ABOVE:❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑ Mrs.❑Scudder❑Only: ❑❑2❑-❑Medium❑Size❑Elmer’s❑White❑ School❑Glue ❑❑1❑-❑(2-Pocket)❑ ❑❑3-Prong❑Folder ❑❑AM❑Class❑–❑Red,❑PM❑Class❑–❑Blue ❑❑1❑–❑(12-Pack)❑of❑Crayola❑Colored❑ Pencils❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑❑ Mrs.❑Leising❑Only: ❑❑1❑-❑Plastic❑3-Prong❑Folder ❑❑1❑-❑(1/2)❑inch❑plastic❑3-Ring❑Binder❑ (preferably❑with❑a❑place❑to❑slip❑in❑a❑ cover❑sheet❑on❑the❑front❑cover) ❑❑4❑-❑Glue❑Sticks ❑❑1❑-❑(2-Pocket)❑3-Prong❑Folders❑❑❑❑ Mrs.❑Schebler❑Only: ❑❑1-❑Medium❑Size❑Elmer’s❑White❑ School❑Glue ❑❑1-❑(1/2)❑inch❑Plastic❑3-Ring❑Binder❑ (w/plastic❑insert❑on❑front) ❑❑2-❑2❑Pocket❑3-Prong❑Folders
Mark all items with child’s name in permanent marker ❑❑24❑-❑#2❑Yellow❑Sharpened❑Pencils❑ (then❑send❑2❑periodically,❑no❑mechanical❑pencils) ❑❑2❑-❑Erasers❑–❑Lg.❑Regular❑Rectangle❑(no❑fancy❑or❑smelly❑ones) ❑❑Box❑of❑16❑Crayola❑Crayons ❑❑Fiskars❑Scissors ❑❑2❑-❑(4❑oz.)❑Size❑Elmer’s❑White❑ School❑Glue ❑❑School❑Box❑(cigar❑size) ❑❑Old❑Paint❑Shirt ❑❑2❑-❑Large❑Boxes❑Tissues ❑❑3❑(2-pocket)❑plastic❑3❑prong❑folders ❑❑2❑–❑(2-pocket)❑plastic❑folders ❑❑Schoolbag❑(no❑rolling❑kind)
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❑❑8❑-❑Dry❑Erase❑Markers❑(any❑color)❑ EXPO❑only,❑dark ❑❑1❑–❑Dry❑marker❑eraser ❑❑2❑-❑Highlighters❑(any❑color) ❑❑3❑-❑Containers❑of❑Wet❑Ones❑(antibacterial)
Mark these items with your child’s name in permanent marker ❑❑2-One❑subject❑spiral❑notebooks❑ (wide❑ruled) ❑❑2-2pocket❑folders❑(Kid’s❑Choice❑of❑ designs) ❑❑2-2pocket❑plastic❑folders ❑❑Crayons-Box❑of❑24❑(no❑larger) ❑❑1❑pkg.❑washable❑markers❑(thick) ❑❑2❑Fat❑Expo❑Dry❑Erase❑Markers-low❑ odor❑(Beck’s❑class❑only) ❑❑Pkg.❑Of❑4❑Skinny❑Expo❑Dry❑Erase❑ Markers-low❑odor❑(All❑classes) ❑❑Fiskars❑Scissors ❑❑1❑medium❑bottles❑of❑Elmer’s❑Glue-All ❑❑2❑Black❑Sharpie❑Marker❑(regular❑ tip❑NOT❑ultrafine❑please!) ❑❑School❑Box-12❑inches❑long❑please❑ (extended❑cigar❑box❑size) ❑❑Large❑t-shirt❑for❑Art❑class ❑❑Bookbag❑or❑Backpack❑(no❑wheels❑ or❑Trapper❑Keepers❑please!) Do not mark these items: ❑❑1❑Large❑box❑of❑tissues ❑❑4❑ink❑pens❑(different❑colors) ❑❑4❑highlighters❑(different❑colors) ❑❑8❑Glue❑Sticks ❑❑36❑#2❑pencils-sharpened❑(no❑mechanic❑or❑removable❑lead❑pencils) ❑❑2❑large❑packages❑of❑pencil❑top❑ erasers ❑❑1❑pink❑eraser
Mark all items with child’s name in permanent marker ❑❑24❑-❑#2❑Sharpened❑Pencils ❑❑2❑Large❑Erasers ❑❑Scissors ❑❑Box❑of❑24❑Crayons ❑❑4-oz.❑Bottle❑Elmer’s❑School❑Glue ❑❑Notebook❑Paper❑(loose,❑wide-rule) ❑❑3❑-❑Large❑Boxes❑of❑Tissues ❑❑Ruler❑(inch/centimeter) ❑❑Book❑Bag❑(no❑Trapper❑Keepers)❑ preferably❑not❑on❑wheels ❑❑Large❑T-Shirt❑for❑Art
❑❑5❑-❑(2-pocket)❑Folders❑with❑Prongs❑ for❑Paper ❑❑3❑Glue❑Sticks ❑❑1❑-❑(2-Pocket)❑Plastic❑Folder❑with❑ Prongs ❑❑1❑–❑(24-Pack)❑of❑Colorific❑or❑❑ Crayola❑Colored❑Pencils ❑❑White-Board❑Eraser❑(not❑Mrs.❑❑❑ Burris❑class) ❑❑Small❑pencil❑sharpener❑w/shaving❑ catcher ❑❑2❑–❑Highlighters❑(yellow)
Mark all items with your child’s name in permanent marker ❑❑24❑-❑#2❑Pencils❑(No❑mechanical❑or❑ removable❑lead) ❑❑Erasers❑(cap❑erasers) ❑❑Scissors,❑Crayons,❑and❑Markers ❑❑2❑-❑Highlighters❑(any❑color) ❑❑2❑-❑Red❑Pencils❑or❑Pens ❑❑Calculator ❑❑Standard❑Paper ❑❑6❑-❑(2-pocket)❑Folders❑with❑Prongs❑ for❑Paper ❑❑2-Red,❑2-Yellow,❑2-Blue,❑2-Green ❑❑Ruler❑(standard❑to❑1/8❑inch❑&❑metric) ❑❑2❑-❑Large❑Box❑of❑Tissues ❑❑Art❑Shirt ❑❑Small❑School❑Box❑for❑Art❑Supplies ❑❑Binder❑(3-Ring)❑(no❑Trapper❑Keepers) ❑❑3❑Glue❑Sticks ❑❑1❑-❑Pkg❑3”x❑5”❑Ruled❑Index❑Cards ❑❑Sticky❑Notes❑(small) ❑❑1❑-❑(24-Pack)❑Colorific❑or❑Crayola❑ Colored❑Pencils ❑❑Expandable❑folders
Sunman Elementary Kindergarten
❑❑Regular❑Size❑Schoolbag❑(No❑wheels) ❑❑2❑Large❑Pink❑Eraser ❑❑4❑Solid❑glue❑sticks❑–❑large ❑❑Large❑box❑of❑Kleenex ❑❑1❑container❑of❑Clorox❑Wipes ❑❑Pair❑of❑ear❑buds❑for❑the❑computer❑lab ❑❑Elmers❑Glue ❑❑2❑Dry❑Erase❑Markers
Before & After School Care Available
Cradles to Crayons 6 weeks to 10 years
The ideal place when you can’t be there. • Fully licensed center • Fun & educational activities
• Meals & snacks provided • Safe, secure & supervised
We offer school break options for the new balanced school year.
575 Rudolph Way Lawrenceburg, IN
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THURSDAY, JULY 2013 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,18, 2012 ❑ 1 Subtraction Flashcard (Facts 1318): Trend T-53104 ❑ 2 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ 1 Box Ziploc Sandwich Bags ❑ 1 Box Ziploc Gallon Bags ❑ 2 Rolls Bounty Paper Towels ❑ 1 Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
Sunman Elementary Continued First Grade
❑ 2 boxes of Crayons (24 count) ❑ 2 bottles of Elmer’s Glue w/orange cap (no gels) ❑ 8 glue sticks ❑ Fiskar Scissors ❑ 4 Pink Erasers ❑ 6 dry erase markers and 1 dry marker eraser ❑ 2 Large Boxes of Kleenex ❑ 40 Regular-Sized yellow #2 pencils (sharpened) ❑ Plastic School Box (5 x 8) ❑ Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels) ❑ 1 Spiral, wide ruled 80pg Notebooks ❑ 2 packages of pencil top erasers ❑ 1 containers of Clorox wipes ❑ 2 (2 pocket) folders (w/3 prongs) w/name & class on it ❑ 2 Highlighters ❑ Pair of ear buds for computer lab ❑ An old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT for Art ❑ An oversized T-shirt or muscle shirt w/child’s name on the ❑ FRONT for Gym ❑ Tennis Shoes (heels & toes coveredNO WHEELS)
❑ Mrs. Honchell’s class ONLY (2 bottles of School Glue) ❑ Mrs. Honchell’s class ONLY (1 box quart zip lock bags-girls) ❑ Mrs. Honchell’s class ONLY (1 box gallon zip lock bags-boys) ❑ All other classes: 2 Glue Sticks/1 bottle Elmer’s School Glue ❑ Fiskar Scissors (pointed) ❑ 2 Pink Erasers ❑ Crayons (Box of 24) (no markers, gel pens or ink pens) ❑ Pkg of 12 (#2) pencils (sharpened if possible)(not mechanical) ❑ Pencil bags (2 large ones) ❑ Backpack or School Bag (No wheels) ❑ NO TRAPPER KEEPERS ❑ 2 Lg. Boxes of Kleenex ❑ 1 Single-Subject, wide-ruled, spiralbound notebook ❑ 3 pocket folders (no prongs) ❑ 1 container Clorox wipes ❑ 1 yellow highlighter ❑ 1 pkg dry erase markers ❑ 1 Black Sharpie (thin) ❑ 1 box of colored pencils ❑ Pair of ear buds for computer lab ❑ An old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT for Art
❑ Tennis Shoes (heels & toes coveredNO WHEELS)
❑ 1 Elmer’s Glue w/orange cap ❑ 1 glue stick ❑ 1 pack of #2 yellow pencils ❑ 3 Boxes of Kleenex ❑ 3 pkgs Loose Leaf Wide-Rule Note Book Paper ❑ 1 Three-Subject, wide-ruled, spiralbound notebook ❑ 1 Box Colored Pencils ❑ 1 Box Crayons ❑ Pencil Bag, (NO SCHOOL BOX) ❑ Scissors – pointed (Fiskars) ❑ 2 Pink Erasers ❑ 3 (2 Pocket) folders with prongs ❑ 1 Black Sharpie Permanent Marker ❑ Back Pack/School Bag (No wheels) ❑ NO TRAPPER KEEPERS ❑ 1 Yellow Highlighter ❑ An old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT for Art ❑ 1 PLASTIC – 2 pocket folder w/ name & class on it ❑ Pair of ear buds for computer lab ❑ 1” - 3 ring hard cover binder (any color) for Music ❑ Tennis Shoes (heels & toes covered-NO WHEELS) ❑ 1 container of Clorox Wipes ❑ 1 Black Dry Erase Marker (Expowide point)
❑ Pencils (NO INK PENS) (no mechanical pencils) ❑ Colored Pencils & markers ❑ Scissors ❑ 2 glue sticks ❑ 3 Pink Erasers ❑ 3 Boxes of Kleenex ❑ (2) 1” – 3 ring notebook binders with view cover ❑ 4 Highlighters (different colors) ❑ 2 Red Pencils ❑ Backpack or School Bag (No Suitcases on wheels) ❑ NO TRAPPER KEEPERS ❑ 2 pkgs Loose-leaf Notebook Paper ❑ 1 pkg subject/tabbed dividers 3-hole punched (min of 8) ❑ 1 Accordian File Folder (minimum of 9 pockets) ❑ 1 (2 pocket) folders ❑ 1 spiral notebook ❑ 2 pkgs Index Cards ❑ Clorox Wipes ❑ Pencil Bag (no boxes) ❑ Pair of ear buds for computer lab ❑ An old oversized T-shirt w/child’s name on FRONT for Art ❑ 1” - 3 ring hard cover binder (any color) for Music ❑ $5.00 for student recorders
(please send in payment to music teacher) **new students only or if student doesn’t have their recorder from last year** ❑ Tennis Shoes (heels & toes coveredNO WHEELS)
St. Lawrence First Grade
❑ 12 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Bag ❑ 3 Boxes Crayola Crayons (8) ❑ 4 Boxes Crayola Crayons (24) ❑ 2 Pink Erasers ❑ 10 Elmer’s Glue Sticks ❑ 1 Pack 3”x5” Unlined Index Cards ❑ 1 Mead Primary Journal, Early Creative Story Tablet, Primary Rule ❑ 2 Folders with Pockets ❑ 2 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ 1 Antibacterial Clorox wipes Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ 12 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Box ❑ 4 Red Pencils ❑ 4 Boxes Crayola Crayons (16) ❑ 1 Pack of 5/6 Colored Highlighters ❑ 2 Pentel White Hi-Polymer Erasers ❑ 12 Elmer’s Glue Sticks ❑ I Box Crayola Colored Pencils (12) ❑ 1 Folder with Pockets ❑ I Plastic Pocket Folder (preferably with front View Cover) ❑ I Mead Primary Journal, Early Creative Story Tablet, Primary Rule ❑ 1 Notebook Spiral Non perforated 70 Pages Wide Rule ❑ 1 Addition Flashcard (facts 0-12) ❑ 1 Subtraction Flashcard (facts 0-12) ❑ 3 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ 1 Roll Paper Towels (Girls) ❑ 1 Box Ziploc Quart Bags (Boys) ❑ 2 Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ 12 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Bag ❑ 6 Red Pens ❑ 3 Boxes Crayola Twistables (24) ❑ 1 Box Crayola Colored Pencils (12) ❑ 3 Yellow Highlighters ❑ 2 Pentel White Hi-Polymer Erasers ❑ 8 Elmer’s Glue Sticks ❑ 1 Pencil Sharpener/Shavings Holder ❑ 3 Plastic Pocket Folders (preferably with Front View Cover) ❑ 2 Notebooks Spiral Nonperforated 70 Pages Wide Rule ❑ I Composition Notebook ❑ 1 Addition Flashcard (facts 13-18): Trend T-53102
❑ 24 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Bag ❑ 1 Pencil Sharpener/Shavings Holder ❑ 1 Pair Blunt-Tip Scissors ❑ 3 Red Pens ❑ 1 Box Crayola Twistable Crayons (24) ❑ 1 Box Crayola Colored Pencils (12) ❑ 6 Pack Highlighters ❑ 2 Pink Erasers ❑ 6 Elmer’s Glue Sticks ❑ 2 Plastic Pocket Folders with Front View Cover ❑ 1 Pack 4 Expo Low Odor Dry Erase Chisel Markers(Black, Blue, Green and/or Red) ❑ 1 Composition Notebook ❑ 2 1-Subject Spiral Notebooks Perforated College Ruled ❑ I Pack Mead Filler Paper Wide Ruled ❑ 3 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ I Box Ziploc Sandwich Bags ❑ 3 Rolls Paper Towels ❑ 4 Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ 12 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Bag (No Boxes) ❑ 6 Red Pens ❑ 6 Blue Pens ❑ 1 Box Crayola Colored Pencils (12) ❑ 1 Black Sharpie Fine Point Marker ❑ 3 Yellow Highlighters ❑ 1 Poly Expandable folder ❑ 1 Composition Notebook ❑ 6 3-Subjcct Spiral Notebooks NonPerforated ❑ 1 2” 3-Ring Binder ❑ 2 Packs Mead Filler Paper Wide Ruled ❑ 1 Box of 100 Clear Page Protectors ❑ 20 Tab Dividers ❑ 1 12” Plastic Ruler ❑ I Box Ziploc Sandwich Bags ❑ 2 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ 2 Rolls Paper Towels ❑ 1 Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ 12 Mechanical Pencils ❑ Extra lead for mechanical pencils ❑ Extra erasers tor mechanical pencils ❑ 1 Pencil Bag (no boxes) ❑ 6 Blue Pens, Erasable ❑ 12 Red Pens ❑ 5 Yellow Highlighters ❑ 1 Pack Crayola Markers (8) ❑ 2 Plastic; Pocket Folders ❑ 2 1.5” 3-Ring Binders ❑ 1 Webster’s New World Dictionary ❑ 1 Large White Eraser
❑ 2 Black Sharpie Fine Point Markers ❑ 7 3-Subject Spiral Notebooks ❑ Perforated College Rule ❑ 1 Composition Notebook ❑ 1 Pack Mead Filler Paper College Rule ❑ 6 Packs White Index Cards, Lined, 3x5 ❑ 4 Packs Colored Index Cards, Lined, 3x5 ❑ 1 Box Ziploc Quart Bags ❑ 3 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ 2 Rolls Bounty Paper Towels ❑ 3 Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ 4 Yellow Highlighters ❑ (6) 1.5” 3-Ring Binders ❑ 2 Packs 8 Tab Dividers ❑ (1) 25-Count Clear Page Protectors ❑ 1 Composition Book ❑ 8 Packs Filler Paper College Ruled ❑ 1 Pad Self-Stick Notes (1.5”x2”) ❑ 6 Packs 3”x5” Unlined Index Cards ❑ 1 Ream Colored Copy Paper ❑ 1 Ream White Copy Paper ❑ 1 Pocket Dictionary ❑ 1 Scientific Calculator ❑ 1 Protractor ❑ 1 6” Plastic Ruler (inch/em) ❑ 2 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ 1 Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ 12 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Bag (no boxes) ❑ 4 Red Pens ❑ 4 Blue Pens ❑ 1 Box Crayola Washable Markers (8) ❑ 2 Black Sharpie Extra-Fine Point Markers ❑ 4 Yellow Highlighters ❑ (6) 1.5” 3 ring binder ❑ 2 Packs 8 Tab Dividers ❑ 1 25-Count Clear Page Protectors ❑ 1 Composition Book ❑ 8 Packs Filler Paper College Ruled ❑ 1 Pad Self-Stick Notes (1.5”x2”) ❑ 6 Packs 3”x5” Unlined Index Cards ❑ 1 Ream Colored Copy Paper ❑ 1 Ream White Copy Paper ❑ 1 Pocket Dictionary ❑ 1 Scientific Calculator ❑ 1 Protractor ❑ 1 6” Plastic Ruler (inch/cm) ❑ 2 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ 1 Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ 12 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Bag (no boxes) ❑ 4 Red Pens ❑ 4 Blue Pens ❑ 1 Box Crayola Washable Markers (8) ❑ 2 Black Sharpie Extra-Fine Point Markers ❑ 4 Yellow Highlighters ❑ (6) 1.5 ”3-Ring Binders ❑ 2 Packs 8 Tab Dividers ❑ (1) 25 Count Clear Page Protectors ❑ 1 Composition Book ❑ 8 Packs Filler Paper College Ruled ❑ 1 Pad Self-Stick Notes (1.5”x2”) ❑ 6 Packs 3”x5” Unlined Index Cards ❑ 1 Ream Colored Copy Paper ❑ 1 Ream White Copy Paper ❑ 1 Pocket Dictionary ❑ I Scientific Calculator ❑ 1 Protractor ❑ (1) 6” Plastic Ruler (inch/cm) ❑ 2 Boxes Kleenex Tissues ❑ I Antibacterial Clorox Wipes ❑ Additional: Backpack (no wheels)
❑ Bookbag ❑ Pencil Bag (5th Grade only) ❑ 3-Prong Pocket Folders(Prefer Plastic) (5th Grade only) ❑ (1ea of Red, Purple, Green, Blue, Yellow & Orange) ❑ Composition Notebook (Large) (5th Grade only) ❑ #2 Pencils ❑ Erasers ❑ Colored pencils ❑ Crayons (box of 48) ❑ Markers (thin and thick line) ❑ Red pens ❑ Ruler (inches and centimeters) ❑ Scissors ❑ White Glue/Glue Stick (3) ❑ 2 Highlighters ❑ Notebook paper (loose leaf, wideruled) (2 pks) ❑ Post-It Note Flags ❑ Calculator (inexpensive) ❑ 7-Pocket Accordian File Folder – Durable ❑ Gray Shirt for PE (available at S-DIS bookstore) ❑ 2” 3-Ring Hardback Binder w/Pockets ❑ 2 Boxes of tissues PLEASE NO TRAPPER KEEPERS NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS NO PERMANENT MARKERS
❑ 12 #2 Pencils (Sharpened) ❑ 1 Pencil Bag (no boxes) ❑ 4 Red Pens ❑ 4 Blue Pens ❑ 1 Box Crayola Washable Markers (8) ❑ 2 Black Sharpie Extra-Fine Point Markers
Ohio County ElementaryMiddle School Rising Sun students should receive letters from their teachers outlining the supplies needed for their particular class.
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3-Room Cottage - Fur nished, no smoking, no pets, off-street parking. $350/month plus utilities plus deposit. 812-926-1028 Aurora- two bedroom, Cape Cod style home, oak floors, carpeted bedrooms, central air, full basement, dual porches, some appliances, outside storage bldg. $775 812-926-3202
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Monroe Excavating, Hauling, LLC Limestone, Topsoil, Fill Dirt, Mulch, Sand, Gravel, Driveways Demolition, Digging, Basements, Dump Truck, Bobcat, Track Hoe Work Call (812)926-1995 or (513)310-0835 Greendale Self - Storage Indoor storage available 24 hour access. Call (812)537-3131 or (812)637-1787. Hers & His Professional Services. Grass cutting, home/business cleaning, trash removal. Partners in life and business. Aurora, Ind. Bonnie & Steve Telinda, (513)703-4416 or (513)309-9460. Jim Jones Painting Int/Ext. Pressure washing. Got faded, ugly aluminum siding metal buildings? Our spray finish will make yur home look like new again. All colors available. Also, spray finish log homes, cedarm cathedral ceilings, ect. Refs. 25 years exp. HVL, Harrison/Dearborn. HVL resident. 812-539-4929 513-379-4204, Insured. See our ad on Angieʼs List. Lisaʼs Cleaning Service Residential, office, rentals and apartments. Monthly, weekly, bi-weekly, or one time. Fully insured. De pendable. Free estimates. Call (812)637-9171 or cell (513)256-0698.
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Lawrenceburg (2-bed room apt with all appliances and washer/dryer hook-up in apt. Each apt has front porch or balcony. $650/month w/$650 deposit required. Small pets only (addi Greendale- 2nd floor, 1 bedroom a p a r t m e n t . Harrison, 1-2 bedroom. tional deposit required $425/mo + Deposit + utili- Paragon West Apts. Pri- for pet) Ph 513-265-8460 ties. 1 yr. lease. No pets. vate patio with breathtak- or 812-577-6781 W/D h o o k u p . ing view of the valley. Free Lawrenceburg - 1 bed 812-623-4130. heat! $460 and up. No room apt. in nice 18 unit pets. (513)845-4141. brick building, 1 block from Hollywood Casino. All utiliHarrison - 1 bedroom apt. Harrison, OH- Tippeca- ties included. $530 month, Elm St. in quiet 12 unit brick build- noe Apartments. Spa - 2 0 8 ing, heat furnished, cious remodeled 2BR (812)537-4116. $430/month. $610-$640 dishwasher, (513)845-4141 balcony, very, very Lawrenceburg 2-bed clean. No p e t s . room (deluxe) w/ ce ramic tile, stove, dishHarrison - 1 bedroom, 812-637-1787, washer, fridge, stack $430 and up. 2 bedroom 513-574-4400 washer/dryer. No pets $535 and up. C/A, pool, $700/month w/ $700 debalcony/patios, park like Harrison- 2 Bedroom, 11/2 posit. Ph 513-265-8460 setting. (513)202-0715. bath. Come see why we or 812-577-6781 are Harrisons amenity rich Harrison - One bedroom community. Tanning, Ten- Lawrenceburg Downtown, apartment. Heat/water in- nis, Basketball, Theater, 2 bedroom Condo, new cluded. $420 per month, Baseball Field, Fitness construction, water and plus deposit. Very quiet Center, Business Center. sewage included. Rent home like atmosphere. Garages available $625. $925/mo. 513-532-8933. 301 S. Hill Street. No pets. (513)367-4999. Lawrenceburg Efficiency Call (513)984-0035. Unit- $540/month with all In Harrison, 1 bedroom utilities included. LaunHarrison area. 1 bedroom, apartments. Laundry facili- dry facilities on site. Ph newly remodeled apart - ties on site. Ranging from 5 1 3 - 2 6 5 - 8 4 6 0 or ment for rent. *Move-in $450-$575 per month. Call 812-577-6781 special $200 deposit. for details and move in specials. (513)515-2569. Milan- Hoosier Country 513-550-9770 Square Apts. 2BR with dining room, fridge, stove, dishwasher, on-site laundry facilities, SAT, JULY 20, 11AM-2PM patio area, $550/month 4731 Old Milan Rd, Milan $550 deposit. No pets. From 101 and 350: 812-577-6781 Greendale- 2 Bedroom Apartment. $550 per month. Lawrenceburg- 2 Bedroom house for rent. $700 per month.
HOUSES FOR RENT
July 16 - July 18, 2013
Quality photography by Bob Mattingly. Family groups, sports, groups and general photography. Call 812-438-3182. Residential Cleaning. Tri-state. You make the mess, we'll do the rest. Insured/Bonded. Specializing in construction, commercial and residential 812-290-4490 or 812-577-0666. Happy Holidays. Thank you. Rickʼs Construction, Free estimates, Fully insured, Electric, Plumbing, Room additions, Decks, Roofing, Remodeling and Siding. 812-667-5457 or 812-871-4793
MISCELLANEOUS 49 SERVICES/NOTICES Absolutely no trespassing of any kind for any reason. No exceptions. Not re sponsible for accidents, injuries or personal property. Violators will be prose cuted at their own ex pense. Property located at 8692 Willey Rd., Harrison, OH. Molly Jansen, Cathy Maher, Mary Ison.
July 16 - July 18, 2013
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Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, fishing, swim ming, trapping, horseback riding, woodcutting, motorized bikes, quad runners, or 4-wheelers allowed for any reason. Not responsible for accidents or injury to anyone, Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the full extent of the law on the property of G.E. Stacy, 27357 Stacy Lane, 1905 Pinhook Rd., West Harrison, Ind., 47060.
Ace Appliance. Reconditioned appliances with warranty. Washer/dryer, refrigerators, freezers, ranges, some furniture and parts. In-home repairs or drop off at our shop 812-537-0032
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GARAGE & YARD SALES
Big Multiy-family Yard Sale Fri., Sat., Sun., July 19-21, 8-2. Rain cancels. 22087 Salt Fork Rd., Bright. RV/camping,supplies/equi pment, furniture, toys, sporting goods (hunting, fishing), wood burning stove, tools, kids items, seasonal items, clothes, antiques household items, a little bit of everything.
Bed teeth? Extractions and immediate dentures using oral sedation. Info and before/after photos Dr. Levin. www.immediatedenture.com 317-596-9700
Absolutely no hunting or trespassing. No dirt bikes or motorized vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities on the property of Helen Amm & Teresa Coleman 6 person hot tub Stone, 18060 Union spa, cover with lifter in - Ridge, Aurora, In 47001. cluded. $1800, call Steve Absolutely no hunting, dog (513)460-6405. running, wood cutting, dumping, animal abandonment, motorized vehicles, Corn hole game bags. bikes, trapping, firearms, or swimming. No trespassRed, navy blue, green, orange, black, bright ing of any kind for any reablue purple, maroon, son. Not responsible for gold, gray & brown. accidents, injuries or fatali$20.00 for set of 8 bags. ties, to any person or personal property. Activities of Call (812)537-1207. any kind will not be tolerDirectTV- Over 140 chan- ated. Violators will be nels only $29.99 a month. prosecuted at their own Call Now! Triple Savings! expense to the fullest ex$636.00 in Savings, Free tent of the law on the propUpgrade to Genie & 2013 erty of L.J. Backman, NFL Sunday ticket free!! 6422 East Laughery Start saving today! Creek Rd., Aurora, IN 10-13 1-800-246-2073
For Sale- Complete full size white mahogany bedroom suite. Complete walnut twin bedroom suite. Greendale- 986 Linley Ln. Call (812) 537-2438. (Beckett Landing) Lots of stuff. Toys, boys clothing, ATTENTION SLEEP APbaby items, household NEA SUFFERERS with items, and much more. Fri. 7/19 and Sat. 7/20, 8a-1p. Medicare. Get CPAP Replacement Supplies at little Greendale: Multi-family, or NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, Saturday 7/20, 8a-1p. prevent red skin sores and 1530 Nowlin Ave. Unit 101 !!!-A-A-A bacterial infection! Call (Armitage Condos). HoliYARD SALE 888-696-5125 day decor, Lennox items, Spode Christmas and Thanksgiving dishes, small DEADLINE kitchen appliances, cut BEFORE 10 A.M. glass, movies, adult DirectTV- Over 140 chanFRIDAYS clothes, and much more. nels only $29.99 a month. Call Now! Triple Savings! Moores Hill Community $636.00 in Savings, Free Holiday deadlines Yard Sale July 19-20th. Upgrade to Genie & 2013 Thursday before 10 a.m. 8-5. Calling all bargain NFL Sunday ticket free!! seekers! Well advertised Start saving today! $15 four papers event. Signs posted. Easy 1-800-246-2073 directions. Clothes, furni25 words or less Black raspberry plants ture, toys, antiques, baby DISH TV Retailer- Starting $2.50, herbs 50 cents & up Call items, and MORE! at $19.99/month (for 12 to $4, lots of hard-to-find Harrison Press mos.) & High Speed Interplants including white (513)367-4582 Moving Sale - July 20, 9- n e t starting at sage, Fenugreek, lemon or Lawrenceburg 4, 4515 Chappelow Ridge $14.95/month (where verbena, & toothache (812)537-0063. Rd, West Harrison. Furni- available.) SAVE! Ask herb, plus perennial flowture, housewares, power About SAME DAY Installaers & more! Chanʼs plant equipment, ATV, hot tub, t i o n ! CALL Now! sale on porch, in yard at sporting goods, tools. 1-800-283-0560 109 N. High St., Rising Sun- right on Ind. 56! For 225 Mary Lawrenceburg. J DISH TV Retailer- Starting Moving Sale. Fri 19th, Sat info, call 812-438-3182. at $19.99/month (for 12 20th 9am-3pm. Oak bedmos.) & High Speed InterMoving Sale. Saturday room furniture, antiques, net starting at Blueberries: you pick golf clubs, vintage ducks July 20th 10-4 and Sunday $14.95/month (where and pre-picked. Hours unlimited prints, misc. July 21st 12:30-4:30. available.) SAVE! Ask 21071 Bellmeade Drive, 9am-6pm Monday-Fri - items. Hidden Valley. Superking About SAME DAY Installaday, Saturday, 9-4, SunCALL Now! four poster bed, dresser t i o n ! day, 10-4. You may call with mirror, bedside table, 1-800-283-0560 ahead for large orders. Phillips Berry Patch, 4444 Dutch Ridge Rising sofa, recliner, dining table GUN SHOW!! Kokomo, IN 9429 Yorkridge Road, Sun. July 19th & 20th with chairs, wall hangings, July 20th & 21st, JohanGuilford (New Alsace). 9:00-4:00. Pedestal sink, and other items ning Civic Center, US white medicine cabinet, (812)623-1433. Highway 31, Sat. 9-5, Sun. TV, teaching materials, Prices you canʼt beat on household items, movies, herbs, perennial flowers, 9-3. For information call 765-993-8942. Buy! Sell! some shrubs, grasses & LOCAL HONEY from Ris- books, games, clothing. Trade! wild flowers. Chanʼs Plant ing Sun bees. Quarts, Sale, 109 N. High St. (S.R. pints, or bears. Call HOMEOWNERS Shawn at 812-438-3182. Aurora- Estate Sale- 56) Rising Sun. For info, WANTED!! Kayak Pools is call 812-438-3182. Leave message. looking for demo home10482 Cole Ln. (off US 50 between Aurora and Dills- Street Sale - July 19 & 20, sites to display our maintenance-free Kayak Pools. Persimmon tree seed - boro), Friday and Satur- 8-3. Rain or shine. Crosby Save thousands of $$$ 7/19-7/20, 7a-3p. Fur- Road, New Haven. To lings now available at day, withour Year-End Clearniture (excellent condition), Chanʼs Plant Sale, 109 N. old porcelain-top cabinets, many items to list! ance! CALL NOW!! High St. (Ind. 56) Rising lanterns, seed sacks, cop800-315-2925 kayakpoolsYard Sale - Fri. July 19, Sun. 812-438-3182. per boiler, glassware, gar- 8-1. 151 Treeline Court midwest.com Discount den and shop tools, snow- (off Ridgeview Dr.) Toys, Code: 607L01. Wanted to buy cattle and blower, gas edger, chain- books, movies, household ROOFING- Half Priced: horses. Crippled or sound. saws, lawnmower wagon, items, misc. Economy Dimensional Also buying wild cattle. house and holiday decor, Shingles $54 per sq, Intetoys, and lots more Yard Sale - July 19, 9-4. rior Doors $5 & up, Wood Will pay cash. Rain or shine. No early Interior Trim 50% off. (859)620-5860. birds. 446 Featherwood, www.CardwellHomeCenHarrison. Baby items, ter.com, 3205 Madison Avenue, Indianapolis much more! (317)788-0008 Yard Sale July 19th & 20th (Friday & Saturday) 9am-? 305 Cochran Street Complete auto repairing & Aurora. Clothing, furniture, refinishing on all foreign tools, RV, miscellaneous. Rain c a n c e l s All U.S. older coins, tokens and domestic models. 812-926-2798. and paper money. A handVic Mortashed, Owner ful to nice size collections. YARD SALES Meet most anywhere, in812-637-1611 stant cash paid. Call or 77 N. State BEST WAY TO text me (513)378-2711. (Across from K of C Hall) ADVERTISE
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A-1 female new toy Pomeranian and 5 Chihau haus. Born February 26. Accepting deposits now. Tax deductible for the DʼAndrea LaRosaʼs Art Foundation. (812)290-9588 or (812)290-1520. Male: CKC Imperial Shitzu, beautiful and great s t u d d o g , $400,812-584-3380.
Wanted- Cadillacs from 1958-1964, any condition. Finders-fee paid $100/car. If you have 1 call me: 812-744-3857 or 812-907-0918
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We buy and haul junk cars & trucks with titles. Call 812-621-0961 or email email@example.com.
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AUTOS FOR SALE
Absolutely no fishing, no swimming, no hunting, or trespassing permitted. Not responsible for any injuries or accidents on the property belonging to : Rod and Brenda Cafouras, 12476 Gordon lane, Dillsboro, IN 47018 2-13
Absolutely no trespassing for any reason, not responsible for accidents or injuries. Violators will prosecuted at their own ex penses.: The Beverly J. Neihardt Trust, 14950 Old State Road 350, Moores Hill, IN 8-13
Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, fishing, swim ming, woodcutting, quad or cycle riding. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Jim & Larry Gabbard, Lattire Farm, Gregory Bier (The Land) Union Ridge Road, Aurora, IN 47001 6-14
Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, boating, swim ming, trapping, motorized bikes, 4 wheelers, RVʼs, woodcutting, horseback riding, firearms. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Robert & Carolyn K. Holtegel 12466 Rullman Dr. Dillsboro, IN 47018 10-12
Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Will not be responsible for any accidents or fatalities. Violators will be fined and prosecuted on the property of James and Rhonda Huff, 5448 Bischoff Hill Absolutely no trespassing, Rd., West Harrison, Ind., hunting, firearms, woodcutting, trapping. No mo47060. torized vehicles of any Absolutely No trespassing kind. Violators will be for any reason. Not re - prosecuted at their own sponsible for any acci - expense. Also not respondents or injuries on the sible for any injuries, acciproperties of Robert & dents or fatalities on the Deborah Lischkge, 9794 property of: James ChrisAlans Branch, Moores man, Yorkridge Road, Hill, IN 47032 2-14 Guilford, IN 06-14
Absolutely no hunting, fishing, or trespassing of any kind for any reason. Not responsible for any accidents or injuries on the property of Arlie Boggs on Brushfork Rd. in Guilford. Violators will be prose cuted at their own ex pense. Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Violators Absolutely no hunting, fish- will be prosecuted. Not reing or trespassing of any sponsible for any acci kind. Not responsible for dents or injuries on the property or personal injury properties of James, on the property of: George Wilma, Samuel Goff and Hockl, Norkus & White Carolyn Goff/Brown, Plains Rd., Manchester 13337 Goff Lane, Moores Township, Aurora, IN Hill, In 9-12 4-14 Absolutely No Trespassing Absolutely no hunting, fish- for any reason, no fishing, ing or trespassing for any hunting, trapping, dumpreason w/o written permis- ing, wood cutting, or swimsion on the properties ming, no motorized bikes, owned or leased by us. No 4-wheelers or other motorexcuses. Violators will be ized vehicles. Violators will arrested and prosecuted. be prosecuted at their own Harry and John Hud - expense, not responsible dleston, 8731 SR 56N, for any accidents on the Aurora, IN or 5311 property of: Gale Banta, Yorkridge Road, Guilford, 4304 State Road 48, LawIN renceburg, IN 47025 10-11 Absolutely no hunting, fishing, or trespassing. Not re- Absolutely no trespassing sponsible for accidents on for any reason: no fishing, the property of: Richard hunting, trapping, or swimNoggler, 7334 St. Rd. 48, ming; no motorized bikes, 6521 St Rd. 48 Aurora, 4-wheelers or other motorized vehicles. Violators will IN 47001 7-12 be prosecuted at their own Absolutely no hunting, expense; also we are not trapping, fishing, swim - responsible for any acciming, trash dumping, dents on the property of: woodcutting, motorized ve- Bieliauskas Family, 1230 hicles, firearms, or tres - Justis Rd., Lawrence passing for any reason. burg, IN 47025 4-14 Violators will be prose cuted. Beware of dog. Not Absolutely no trespassing responsible for accidents for any reason. Violators or injuries on the property will be prosecuted. Not reof: Perry & Tracy Boone, sponsible for any acci 18002 Lost Creek Lane, dents of injuries on the property of: Lawrenceburg, IN 1-13 Tom & Kathy Klump Absolutely no hunting, Tower Rd., Lawrence trapping, woodcutting, mo- burg torized bikes, 4 wheelers, Trojan Rd., Extending to or trespassing for any rea- Beneker Rd., St. Leon son or purpose. These ac- Kildeer Ln., Guilford tivities are strictly forbid- Mosmeier Rd., Sunman den and will not be toler- 1-13 ated. Violators will be Absolutely no trespassing prosecuted at their own for any reason. Will not be expense. Also not respon- responsible for any accisible for accidents on the dents or fatalities. Violaproperties of: Antionette tors will be fined and Hiltz, Legion Road, St. prosecuted on the property Leon, IN 9-12 of: Mark & Bonnie Pennington, 12947 N. Hogan Absolutely no hunting, Rd., Aurora, In 47001 trapping, fishing, swim - 5-13 ming, trash dumping, woodcutting, motorized ve- Absolutely no trespassing hicles, firearms, or tres - for any reason. Will not be passing for any reason. responsible for any acciViolators will be prose - dents. Violators will be cuted. Not responsible for prosecuted. Private Drive. accidents or injuries on the Dean A. Ransom-11625 property of: John Ste- Simple Pleasure Ln. gemiller, 24569 Hiltz Rd., Dillsboro, IN 47018. Guilford, IN 47022. 11-12 Absolutely no trespassing Absolutely no trespassing for any reason; no fishing, - of any kind - for any rea- hunting, trapping, swimson. It is illegal to tres - ming or open fires. No mopass. No hunting, trapping, torized bikes, 4-wheelers trash dumping, wood cut- or other motorized vehiting, swimming, discharg- cles. Violators will be ing firearms or explosives prosecuted at their own of any kind, riding animals expense. We are not reor bicycles, or any motor- sponsible for any acci ized vehicles including dents or injuries on the ATVʼs, quad runners, mo- property. Ryan Stroud torcycles, motor bikes, etc. Heartland, Homestead Not responsible for prop- Land Trust 4-13 erty damage, accidents. Injuries or fatalities. Viola- Absolutely No Trespassing tors will be prosecuted to for any reason. Violators the full extent of the law. will be prosecuted. Not reThis is a 44 acre tract sponsible for any acci bounded on the south by dents or injuries on the The Lutz Road and on the properties of: north by Harley Springs Bowlins, Bordering on Subdivision. Welbourne Lipscomb Dr., Mud Lick G. Williams, 4738 Lutz Creek and Rainbow Rd., Guilford, Indiana. Road, Manchester Township and 7327 Kaiser 1-13 Drive, 2-15 Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Not re - Absolutely no trespassing sponsible for any injuries of any kind allowed on all or accidents. Town of properties belonging to Moores Hill Properties, Ola & Julie Miller. No exceptions. Not responsible Moores Hill, IN 47032 for injuries, accidents or fa4-14 talities. No vehicles of any Absolutely No Trespassing kind, horseback riding, etc, for any reason. Violators unless written permission will be prosecuted at there is given. Ola & Julie own expense. No vehicles Miller, 11302 N. Hogan including ATVʼs, Motorcy- Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 cles etc. Not responsible 2-12 for any accidents or inju- Absolutely no trespassing ries on the property of of any kind or for any reaP.A.W.S. Humane Cen- son. Not responsible for inter, 200 Charles A. Liddle DR. Lawrenceburg, IN. juries or accidents on all property of Lischkge Mo47025 tors, Inc. 10200 U.S 50
1986 CHEVROLET CORVETTE, HATCHBACK. 2ND OWNER. 58,000 ORIGINAL MILES. MINT CONDITION. AUTO TRANSMISSION. RED IN- Absolutely no trespassing TERIOR AND EXTERIOR. for any reason including MUST SEE! 812-926-0375 motorized vehicles - hunt2004 (L-S) Impala; Excel- ing of any kind (bow or - nor trapping) or sledlent Condition; Fully gun ding. Not responsible for Loaded; 94,000 miles; ask- accidents, injuries or pering $6,300; 812-537-2904 sonal property. Violators Will Buy & Haul Scrap will be prosecuted at their Cars & T r u c k s expenses to the fullest extent of the law on the prop(812)716-0781. erty of Irvin J. Hartman & Frances M. Hartman, 221 Locust St., Greendale, IN 47025 1-14
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Absolutely no trespassing for any reason; no fishing, no hunting, trapping, swimming, no motorized vehicles, firearms, trash dumping, open fires, wood cutting, horseback riding, 4 wheelers, bikes. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for any injuries, accidents, fatalities. No trespassing, soliciting, or visitation from strangers, family, or friends without written consent from Ron and Debbie Seaver, 23718 James Lake Road, Guilford, IN 47022 04-14
No hunting, Fishing, Quad/Horse Riding or Trespassing of any kind on the properties of: Mike & Terry Hall/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Nick & Jan Hartman/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Bud Cornelius/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Dave Jeffery/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Tim & Chrissy Powell/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Mike & Terry Hall/ SR 1 & Brush Fork Rd., Guilford-Hueseman Rd., Dillsboro.
No hunting, fishing, swimming or trespassing and not responsible for accidents on the property of: Robert & Beth Baylor, 6223 St. Rd. 48, Law renceburg, IN 1 -13 No hunting, fishing, trapping or trespassing or ATVʼs. Violators will be prosecuted at own ex pense, Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of, Dennis and Cindy Meyung, 10998 County Farm Rd, Aurora, IN, 47001, 12-13
No hunting, no ATV/bike riding, no wood cutting without written permission. Not responsible for per sonal or property injury on property owned by: MiAbsolutely no trespassing, chael and Roberta Hankhunting, quads, dirt bikes, ins, Cranes Run Road, or wood cutting. Not re - Logan Township 1-13 sponsible for any injuries or accidents. Property con- No hunting, no motorized sists of 10 acres. Richard bikes or vehicles, no tresand Melanie Wiedeman, passing of any kind and 18554 Collier Ridge, not responsible for acciGuilford, IN 47022 dents on the property of: John McKay 05-14 11307 N. Dearborn Rd. Absolutely no trespassing, Sunman, IN 47041 10-12 hunting, fishing, swim ming, trapping, horseback No hunting, woodcutting or riding, woodcutting, motor- trespassing and not re ized bikes, quadrunners or sponsible for accidents on 4-wheelers allowed on my the property of: Joseph property for any reason. and Edna Imholt, 8289 Road, Not responsible for acci- L e a t h e r w o o d dents or injury to anyone. Yorkville, Guilford, IN Violators will b e prose - 4-14 cuted at their own expense No trespassing for any to the full extent of the law reason. Not responsible on the property of: The for injuries or accidents. Gary Steinmetz Farm, Violators will be prose 9783 Wesseler Road, cuted at their own expense Sunman, IN 05-14 on the properties of: Wm. G. Rudicil, Barber Rd., Absolutely no trespassing, Gobblerʼs Knob Rd., W. no hunting, no woodcut- Harrison, IN 1-14 ting, no 4-wheeling, no quad running. Violators will No Trespassing for any be prosecuted at their own reason. Not responsible expense. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fafor any accidents on the talities to persons or propproperty of: Ronald W. erty. The Kremer Family Fields, 2488 Sneakville 28483 Barber Rd. Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN West Harrison, IN 47060 47025. 11-13 9-12 Absolutely no trespassing, no hunting, no woodcutting, no walking, no sightseeing, no motor vehicles. Violators will be prose cuted at their expenses. Not responsible for accidents or injury on the property of Don and Linda Turner, 3250 East 200 South, Dillsboro, IN 47018. No fishing, swimming, hunting, four wheelers, or trespassing on the Hostetler Farms, 13450 Chesterville Rd., Moores Hill. They will be prosecuted. Harry Hostetler, 13450 Chesterville Rd., Moores Hill, IN 1-13
No hunting or shooting, no woodcutting,, littering or dumping, no motorized vehicles, machinery or trespassing. Not liable or responsible for injuries or accidents. Violators will be prosecuted if found on property of: Dennis G. and Ann J. Elder, 17800 Duncan Lane, Aurora, IN 7-12 No hunting or trespassing, no ATVʼs. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for injuries or accidents on the Grimsley property at 13607 Grimsley Road, Moores Hill. No hunting, fishing or trespassing and not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Jerome & Ruth Martini, York Ridge Rd., Leatherwood Rd., York Township. No hunting, fishing or trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property owned by: Stonegate Property Owners, Bordering on Stonegate Dr. & Essex Lane. 05-14 No hunting, fishing or trespassing of any kind. Not responsible for property or personal injury on the property of: Maria Teresa Maturana, 2194 Lake Tambo Rd., Manchester, IN
No hunting, fishing, four wheeling, hiking, or gardening of any kind. Joan Fidler will not be held liable for any injuries ac quired on the property on both sides of 10419 Chesterville Road, next to 10095 Chesterville Road, West, Aurora, IN 2-14 and across from 10386 Absolutely No Trespassing Chesterville Road. Violaof any kind, for any reason tors will be prosecuted. at any time. No Excep 4-14 tions! Owner not responsible for any accidents, injuries or fatalities. Violators No hunting, fishing, or treswill be prosecuted at their passing without written own expense. Tresa Man- permission on the Chipford 11510 North Hogan man farm. 7442 White Road, Rising Sun, IndiRoad Aurora, IN 47001 ana . Violators will be 5-14 prosecuted. 05-15 Absolutely no trespassing the property consists of 69 No hunting, fishing, or tresacres extending from the passing for any reason creek of the top of the hill and not responsible for including the gas-line any injuries occurring on easement plus a trailer & a the property owned by: barn. Violators will be Hidden Valley Lake Property Owners Associa prosecuted. tion, Bordering on StateJohn & Judy Wayne 6998 E. Laughery Creek line Road and GeorgeRoad town Road, Lawrenceburg, In 1-13 Aurora, IN 47025 10-12
No trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for any accidents, Injuries, fatalities or personal property. This applies to all property owned by us.Beware of dog. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expence. Randy & Mary Lynn Hayes, 3382 Sneakville Rd., Law renceburg IN, Also Goose Run, Aurora, IN 2-14 No trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for accidents or injuries. Marshall Alford 15778 W. County Line Rd. Moores Hill, IN 10-12 No trespassing of any kind for any reason on the properties of the Tri-Township Water Corporation. Violators will be prose cuted at their own ex pense. Also not responsible for any accidents, injuries, or fatalities. Tri-Town Water Corporation No trespassing of any kind on property of : All Rite Ready Mix Of Indiana, LLC, 10513 Morgans Branch Road, Aurora, IN 2-13
No Trespassing! Abso lutely no hunting, trapping, trash dumping, woodcutting, discharging firearms or fireworks or explosives of any kind, riding motorized vehicles or animals. Not responsible for property damage, accidents, injuries or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the fullest extent of the law on the property of: Joseph F. Bayer, Jr. & Donna S. Bayer, 17365 Church Rd., Lawrenceburg, In 47025 1-13 No trespassing! Absolutely no hunting, trapping, trash dumping, woodcutting, discharging firearms or fireworks or explosives of any kind, riding motorized vehicles or animals. Not re sponsible for property damage, accidents, injuries or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the fullest extent of the law on the property of: David L. Shuter & Deborah L. Shuter, Church Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 11-13 No trespassing, hunting or fishing. The Browning Farm, 9516 & 9321 Texas Gas Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 10-11
No trespassing, hunting, 4 wheeling etc. on property owned by Ken and Kathy Scherzinger or other owned entities on North Hogan Rd. between SR 48 and Holt Rd., Dear born County Indiana. Not responsible for any accidents of any kind. 5-14
No trespassing, hunting, 4-wheeling or motor vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents or injuries of any kind on the property of: Mark & Roberta Klem, Seldom Seen Estates, Lot #1,#2, #3, 22505 State Line Rd., Bright, IN 06-14
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No trespassing, hunting, 4-wheeling or motorcycles. Not responsible for accidents or injury of any kind on the property of: John Kemme, 24464 State Line Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 7-13
No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or fatalities of any persons or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Debi & Stephan Kraeling 7233 Bonnell, Guilford, Indiana 47022 05-14 No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities to any persons or personal property. David & Michelle Fluegeman, South Hogan Road, Dillsboro, In 47018 1-13 No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or fatalities of any persons or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Cindy & Michael McAndrew, 19446 Anderson Rd., Law renceburg, IN 47025. No trespassing, hunting, fishing, trapping or dumping of any kind. Absolutely no motorized vehicles, bikes, quadrunners or 4-wheelers allowed on my property. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities. Beware of dogs. Violators will be prose cuted at their expense to the fullest extent of the law. Jeffrey Long, 9027 Old St. Rd 350 & 13385 Dean Rd., Aurora, In 47001. 09-12 No trespassing, hunting, four-wheeling or motor vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents or injuries of any kind on the properties of Mike & Sylvia Heninger or Heniger Properties LLC on Woods Rd. Lawrencburg, IN 47025 No trespassing, hunting, motorized vehicles, wood cutting, trapping, fishing. Not responsible for any accidents or injuries on the properties of: Mike & Tim Brooks (formerly property of Joseph C. Brooks) 9257 SR 48, Aurora, corner of Cole Lane and SR 50. 10-12 No trespassing, motorized vehicles, hunting, trapping, fireworks or explosives of any kind, discharge of firearms or shooting of arrows on or onto the approximate 23 acres of Lot #8 in Miller Ridge Estates. Also not responsible for any acci dents or injuries occurring on this same property. Mike and Connie Crossley, Lot #8 Miller Ridge, 22102 Hickory View Lane, Guilford, IN 47022
Oxbow Inc. and Oxbow of Indiana, Inc. (”Oxbow”) are the owners of property located in the area com monly known as Horse shoe Bottoms, Lawrenceburg Township, Dearborn County, Indiana. Most of Oxbowʼs land is located between I-275 to US 50 exit ramp, the CSX tracks, and the levee along US 50 and the Argosy entrance road. Oxbow also owns land immediately west of I-275 between the CSX tracks and the Ohio River, as well as land east of I-275 between the CSX tracks, the Ohio River, and the state line. Maps of Oxbowʼs properties are available on our website at www.oxbowinc.org. Oxbow,Ind. land is a wildlife sanctuary. Hunting, trapping, discharge of firearms, and the shooting of arrows is prohibited except in certain designated areas and only with the written permission of Oxbow. ATVʼs may not be operated on Oxbow property at any time. Operating other motorized vehicles (except for the purpose of ap proved farming and land management operations) off clearly established roads or on a road in any manner contributing to the need to repair the road is prohibited. Those who operate a motor vehicle on Oxbow property do so at their own risk, and are advised that the dirt roads may be impassable when wet. Under no circum stances will Oxbow be responsible for damage to a vehicle or injury to its occupants. Bank fishing only with appropriate license is al lowed and is monitored by conservation officers. Camping, bonfires, and overnight parking are prohibited. Swimming in streams, lakes and other watercourses is strictly prohibited, as are motorized watercraft of any sort. Removing, destroying or disturbing wildlife and plants, or farm crops with out express written consent of Oxbow is prohibited. Oxbow property is regularly patrolled by law enforcement officers who have been instructed to prosecute all violators. Activities such as bird watching, hiking and the activities not expressly prohibited by these rules or state law may be done at ones own risk. Oxbow is not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property for those wishing to visit. Those in doubt of the lawfulness of their activity on Oxbow properties are encouraged to first contact: Oxbow, 854 Ligoria Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45218 04-14
No trespassing, no fishing, no hunting or artifact hunting. Nick Domaschko, Ohio County, 9748 St. Rd. 56 N., Aurora, In 47001 6-14
Positively no trespassing on the property of 10391 Huesman Rd. without owners presence. Danger on property. Not responsible for accidents. Robert and No trespassing, no hunting Darlene Meyer, 8642 Maror fishing. Absolutely no 4 tin Rd., Dillsboro, IN wheelers or motorized ve47018. hicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Earl & Thomas Sullivan, 18253 & 18350 Keller Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 5-13 No trespassing, no hunting, violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for accidents on the property of: Glen & LaVerne Burkhardt, Corner of Keller Rd., & SR 48, Lawrenceburg, In 1-14 No trespassing, no hunting. Violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for personal injury on property or property damage. Diana & Lowell T. Hollins. 10625 St. Route 262 Dillsboro, IN 47018. No trespassing, not re sponsible for personal or property injury on the property of: Midwest Data Inc., 326 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 4-14 No trespassing, or hunting, on the farm of : Barry & Judy Pruss, Rt. 50 Mt. Tabor Rd., Aurora, IN 3-13
Private property. Abso lutely no trespassing of any kind on all properties belonging to Dana and Phyllis Weisickle. No exceptions. Not responsible for any injuries, accidents, or fatalities. No vehicles of any kind allowed to drive through or park without written permission. Dana & Phyllis Weisickle 12904 Probst Rd, Aurora, IN 47001 4-14
No trespassing, soliciting , or visitation from strangers, family, or friends without written consent by Bil- Notice of Public Hearing lie R. Powell on my properOn The ties located on North HoCrosby Township gan Rd.Billie R. Powell Hamilton County Budget 10514 North Hogan Rd. Aurora, IN 47001. 3/13 Revised Code Section 5705.30 No trespassing. Not re sponsible for personal or property injury on the prop- Notice is hereby given on erty of: Rita Bennett, 170 the 29th day of July 2013 and 172 Conwell Street, at 6:30 p.m., a public hearAurora, IN 4 7 0 0 1 ing will be held on the 05-14 Budget prepared by the Crosby Township Fiscal No trespassing. Not re sponsible for accidents or Officer of Hamilton injury. We will prosecute County, Ohio, for the next trespassers on property succeeding fiscal year owned by: Robert & ending December 31st, Deborah Schroeder, 2014. Such hearing will be Gary & Pam Schroeder, held at the office of the Ridge Drive, Lake Tambo Fiscal Officer, Crosby & Knopf Roads, Man - Township Senior Center, chester Township. 10-13 8910 Willey Road, HarriNot responsible for acci- son, Ohio 45030. dents. No hunting, fishing, woodcutting, swimming, recreational 4x4 riding, or trespassing on the property of: Hassel W. and Pamela M. Brashears Possum Ridge Road Aurora, IN 10-12
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