ANDERSON, Ind. —
Community Hospital Anderson
Parkinson’s/Stroke support group meeting on Wed at 2 p.m. – CANCELED
Smoking Cessation class on Wed at 5 p.m. – CANCELED
Pregnancy Plus will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 2.
Childbirth classes scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 2 are canceled.
Due to the weather the Madison County Shrine Club will be closed Wednesday for lunch and the Wednesday night meeting.
The annual 40 & 8 Groundhog Day Nurses Training Banquet, which was scheduled Wednesday night at Hoosier Park, has been canceled until further notice.
LifeStream Services, Yorktown, will be closed today. All services have been cancelled and all offices will be closed.
Anderson City Court will be closed today.
The Redbud Quilt Guild is canceling its Thursday monthly meeting due to the weather. It will meet next month on March 3, at 10 a.m. at the First Baptist Church on Raible Avenue. If you have any questions, contact Peg Peter at 623-9752.
ANDERSON, Ind. —
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