Volume 00, Issue 03-28
Welcome to Jillian's Dolls-'N-Stuf, local creator of handmade Teddy Bears.
On this site you can view bears for purchase or find out how to take a class
to learn how to make your own bear.
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April 3rd, 2000 -- Voter Registration Deadline at close of business for the
county voter registration office, for an individual to apply for voter
registration, or for a voter to transfer his/her voter registration at the
county voter registration office.
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Take advantage of the upcoming seminar on pruning your yard trees at Hayes
Regional Arboretum from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 30th. However,
if you can't make it to the class, you can check out this web site by the US
Department of Agriculture.
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CLASS BASKETBALL - LET'S
Is class basketball working for your school district and/or Indiana? What
changes do you see? Get in on the discussion on Talk of the Town:
BEGINNER COMPUTER CLASSES
FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
Ivy Tech State College will offer a beginning computer class for senior
citizens. The class will run from April 24 through May 4. Classes will
meet Monday through Thursday from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. for two weeks. This is
a one-credit hour class with a cost of $66.20. No keyboarding or previous
computer experience is necessary.
For more information or to
sign up for a class contact Linda Przybysz, Ivy
Tech State College, 966-2656 extension 335.
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ONLINE ECOMMERCE CLASS
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STUDENTS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
NEW TALK OF THE TOWN FEATURE
The following fundraiser was presented to the community via the "Community
Announcements" section of Talk of the Town. Your not-for profit
organization can take advantage of this option also. It's FREE!
Rock Around the Clock for
the Cope Environmental Center
The sixth grade class of Mrs. Hasecoster and Mrs. Reagan is holding a
24-hour Rock-a-Thon to raise awareness and money for the Cope Environmental
Center. The Cope Environmental Center is a non-profit natural resources
organization in Centerville, Indiana. The center is dedicated to educating
the public on the wise use of natural resources.
The Centerville Elementary
students have been extensively studying the
wetlands and ponds of the center. They have been gathering data to help the
center determine the water quality of the new wetlands and how this may
affect the existing ponds. The class is hoping to give back to the Center
for all of the fun and educational experiences they have had.
The sixth graders will be
rocking in rocking chairs for 24 consecutive
hours. The 24-hour Rock-a-Thon will be held from March 31 at 6:00 p.m. to
April 1 at 6:00 p.m. Pledges will be accepted for each hour the students
rock. Those interested in sending donations may do so. Send checks to the
“Centerville Elementary Rock-a-Thon”, c/o Susy Hasecoster, Centerville
Elementary School, 200 West South Street, Centerville, Indiana 47330.
Questions: call Mrs. Hasecoster at 765.855.5132.
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