The Herald Bulletin

October 10, 2013

Local Briefs: Oct. 11


The Herald Bulletin

---- — Vigil set for Friday at Shadyside Park

ANDERSON — From 6:30 to 7 p.m .Friday, a candelight vigil will be held at the Terrace Gardens at Shadyside Park in Anderson for missing Middletown resident Jordan Bragg.

Bragg was last seen Aug. 11 at his parents' home in Anderson.

Victoria Guild to host blood drive

ANDERSON — The Victoria Guild of St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital is hosting a blood drive with the Indiana Blood Center at the hospital on Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Rooms 2 and 3 in the cafeteria. 

Middletown Library to be closed Monday

MIDDLETOWN — The Middletown Public Library will be closed Monday in honor of Columbus Day. It will reopen Tuesday, from noon to 8 p.m., according to Director Teresa Dennis.

Socrates Cafe sets meeting

ANDERSON — The next Socrates Café meeting will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Madison County History Center, 11 W. 11th St.

This month, the group will meet in its library. Enter the "automobile" lobby with the double doors.

Past members and new people are always welcome. There are no dues, membership requirements, or other obligations. 

Information: email Socrates.Cafe.Anderson@gmail.com or call Mike, 387-7656.

Black Expo to elect officers

ANDERSON — Anderson Black Expo will have the election of 2014 officers at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the Anderson Black Expo Office, 931 Meridian St.

Workshop offered at New Castle Library

NEW CASTLE — "Let Your Voice Be Heard," a workshop to help people advocate for issues facing older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers in east central Indiana, will be held from 4 to 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23.

The workshop will be at the New Castle-Henry County Public Library, 376 S. 15th St., New Castle. 

RSVP: (800) 578-1121 or email to dpenticuff@lifestgreaminc.org.

Discovery Channel to air show filmed in Greenfield

GREENFIELD — In February, a TV crew from Beyond Productions, of Sydney, Australia, was in Greenfield filming for its Investigative Discovery channel show, “Deadly Women.” 

The story that will be told is of the murders of three men — all linked to Clara Carl, who lived in a home on U.S. 40 in the little town of Philadelphia in Hancock County in the 1910s and '20s.

That episode will air 10 p.m. Friday on the Investigative Discovery Channel (ID). 

Carl was convicted of murdering her second husband, but was suspected in the deaths of her first husband and her father-in-law.