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- Film series celebrates impact of civil rights leader Expanding your knowledge and educating yourself to get the discussion going. Sylvia Bogle said that's what the Black Expo Film Festival is all about.
Anderson schools get new leader, move to save Wigwam
The Anderson Community Schools Board of Trustees on Tuesday night voted to select Terry Thompson as the school district's new superintendent.
- AU seeks 200 volunteers for Colts Training Camp In anticipation of the Indianapolis Colts Training Camp, Anderson University is seeking 200 individuals to serve as volunteers.
- ACS board faces superintendent, Wigwam votes The Anderson Community Schools Board of Trustees is expected to act on two big community issues tonight — naming a new superintendent and approving a resolution that could decide the fate of the historic Wigwam gymnasium.
- Lapel Elementary School student registration set for Aug. 4 Lapel Elementary will hold registration for new students on Monday, Aug. 4 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Any student who is new to the corporation should come in during this time to register.
Summer fun for kids
School's out, and parents and children searching for things to do this summer will find a variety of options available throughout Madison County. At the Alexandria Community Community Center, 315 S. Harrison St., for example, summer programming begins today with the annual cheerleading camp for kids from kindergarten through sixth grade.
AHS graduates remember past, look forward
There wasn’t an empty seat — or many dry eyes — inside the Anderson High School gymnasium as countless friends and family members filed into The Teepee to watch nearly 400 students receive their diplomas on Saturday.
- Dancing up a storm The traffic on Fairmount’s Main Street has gotten busier since Brittany Yeagy opened Encore Dance Acadamy in September 2012. Four nights a week, she teaches up to six classes a night, which means many parents are dropping off and picking up their young dance students.
- Anderson library offers free computer classes Anderson Public Library offers several computer classes during June. Classes are free, but registration is required. Register at andersonlibrary.net/events or call 641-2456.
- Academic Accolades: June 8 The following Academic Accolades are published in the Sunday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
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