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June 20, 2014

Local Briefs: June 21

Educational paddle postponed

ANDERSON — The Heart of the River Educational Paddle scheduled for today has been postponed due to high water.

A rescheduled date will be forthcoming.

Cemetery cleanup planned

MECHANICSBURG — Beginning the week of June 23, the Mechanicsburg Cemetery maintenance crew will be doing the final cleanup of everything on the ground from Easter, Mother's Day, Memorial Day and Father's Day decorations.

If family members wish to keep their decorations they must be removed before that date. Anything on monuments that are not desirable will be taken off. Only one shepherd hook is allowed and must be in line for mowing.

Muncie tea party to meet

MUNCIE — The Muncie 9.12 Tea Party will meet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at Kennedy Library, 1700 W. McGalliard Road, Muncie.

Susan Morris, Preparedness Planning/Nursing Coordinator and Medical Reserve Corp. Unit Leader for the Delaware County Health Department, will be the featured guest.

She attended the National Preparedness and Emergency Response Summit and will share items that are needed to have on hand should there be an emergency.

Shrine Club to host community-wide rummage sale

ANDERSON — The Madison County Shrine Ladies Club will host a community-wide rummage sale today from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2419 White St., Anderson.

Historical Society plans June meeting

ANDERSON — The monthly meeting of the Madison County Historical Society on Monday at 7 p.m., will feature Emilie Isenhour as the speaker. She will present a program called "Flag Celebration" which will address the history of the flag of the United States.

The meeting, in the Madison County History Center, 11 W. 11th St., is open to MCHS members and friends as well as those who would like to be a member or friend. There is no charge to attend this or any event at the facility.

Information: 683-0052.

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