The Herald Bulletin

April 16, 2014

Community Briefs: April 16


The Herald Bulletin

---- — THB looking for your favorite recipes

ANDERSON — Do you have a favorite “go-to” recipe for everyday or a special occasion? When you attend a pitch-in dinner do your friends insist you always bring the same dish because it’s their favorite?

We’d like to share your favorite recipe with our readers. Submit your recipe to janis.bowling@heraldbulletin.com. Include your name and place of residence. If you’d like, also include a photo of yourself.

Randolph, Crenshaw to address Triad

ANDERSON — Triad will meet at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the theater area of the Mounds Mall. Jay Randolph, the Veterans Affairs administrator, will be a speaker. Randolph will talk about benefits for veterans and their families.

Anderson Police Chief Larry Crenshaw will talk about the Senior Link program, which is a partnership between Triad and the Anderson Police Department.

There will also be discussion about a new bill sponsored by Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., which is designed to change military policy in an attempt to reduce veteran suicides.

Church hosts egg drop on Saturday

LAPEL — Saturday, at Lapel High School football field, Indiana 32, The River church will sponsor an egg drop for children up to age 12.

Thousands of eggs will be dropped from the sky. This free event, 12:30 to 4 p.m., will include a huge egg hunt, bounce houses, face painting and pictures with the Easter Bunny.

Rain date will be April 26.

Easter bake sale at local church

ANDERSON — An Easter bake sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Gethsemane Foursquare Gospel Church, 2320 E. 38th St. (behind Walgreens at Scatterfield Road and 38th streets).

Homemade items will include cakes, pies, breads, cookies and candy.

Grandview Ladies to meet on Saturday

ANDERSON — The Grandview Ladies Golf Club spring meeting will be held 1 p.m. Saturday at Grandview Golf Course.

Any woman interested in joining is invited.

First Baptist to have Easter egg hunt

ANDERSON -- First Baptist Church, 907 Raible Ave., will host an Easter egg hunt on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the shelter house for children 2-10.

In case of rain, the egg hunt will be held in the fellowship hall.

Dinner showcases Ivy Tech students

INDIANAPOLIS — The 24th annual “Evening in Paris” event will take place at 6:30 p.m. May 3 at Ivy Tech’s Corporate College and Culinary Center, 2820 N. Meridian St.

To make reservations or for more information on Evening in Paris, please visit www.ivytech.edu/paris.