Santa pet photos to be taken Friday
ANDERSON — South Anderson Veterinary Clinic, 109 W. 53rd St., is getting a visit from Santa from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday.
By donating $5, your pet can have its picture taken with Santa. You will receive a printed copy of the photo. For $10, you will receive a printed picture and a photo CD.
All proceeds will be donated to Daisy Mae Pet Rescue. For more information, call 642-8117.
Library offers ‘One Light to Remember’
ANDERSON — The Anderson Public Library is again offering the opportunity to honor loved ones with its “One Light to Remember” program.
For a $5 donation, a light will shine in someone’s honor on the lobby landing at the Main Library or in a display at the Lapel Branch. Each light will represent a celebration of life — past or present.
Each name submitted will be displayed on a small keepsake ornament that will be sent to the donor at the end of the holiday season.
The donations support library programming and the purchase of materials. Visit www.andersonlibrary.net to donate online or stop at any APL public service desk for donation forms.
‘Santa’s Workshop’ set at Mounds park
ANDERSON — Mounds State Park will host “Santa’s Workshop” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Santa’s helpers will assist you in making small gifts for your loved ones at Christmas.
Work stations include wreath refrigerator magnets, decorative suet cakes, snow globes, holiday bracelets, scented candles, peanut butter pine cones and many other crafts. There will be story telling, hot cocoa and cookies. Cost is $1 per person.
Library collecting for food pantry
FRANKTON — The Frankton Library is collecting food for the local food pantry and hats, gloves and socks for the school. Drop-offs can be made during regular hours, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday, noon to 7 p.m., Friday, noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Mountain oysters meal in Middletown
MIDDLETOWN — The Middletown American Legion will serve mountain oysters beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday, while supplies last. The Sons of the American Legion is hosting. The post is at 450 N. 10th St., Middletown. For information, call 354-4892.
Cornerstone spring classes start Jan. 28
MUNCIE — The Cornerstone Arts Program will start its 12-week spring classes on Jan. 28 and continuing until April 25. The Arts Program offers classes for youth and adults in numerous areas of the arts. Class registration is available online at www.cornerstonearts.org/education.
Call the Education Department at 281-9503, ext. 23, to be added to the mailing list or visit the building at 520 E. Main St., to pick up a brochure.
Catapult Fitness to host open house
ANDERSON — This Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Catapult Fitness, 702 Historic W. Eighth St., will host an open house.
Free classes will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and children’s activities will be provided by Anderson University students.
For more information call David Isabelle at 649-4307.
Santa pet photos to be taken Friday
Community Build celebrates Habitat’s 25th year
Volunteers turned out for a recent Community Build Event marking Habitat for Humanity’s 25th anniversary in Madison County. What started out as a pile of lumber at 8:30 a.m. wound up at noon as the framed walls of Habitat’s latest project home.
Community Briefs: May 23
A compilation of community news items as published in the Thursday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
Going strong at 90
Martha Passwater is well-known at the White River Club. She’s known as the 89-year-old who actively enjoys classes at the fitness club. But the Knightstown native and longtime Anderson resident is also known for volunteering at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and playing golf with the Grandview Ladies League
Pendleton singer debuts CD at Falls Park show
Jacob Brown was 7 years old when his grandfather taught him to play “Jesus Loves Me” on the guitar. Since then, the Pendleton Heights senior has become an accomplished singer, songwriter and musician.
Jim Bailey: Gospel concerts both fun, ministry
What’s really important is the impact of a concert on the audience. Gauging that often comes from feedback received in the electronic media as well as handwritten communiqués.
Community Briefs: May 22
A compilation of community news items as published in the Wednesday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
Community Briefs: May 20
A compilation of community news as published in the Monday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
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