White River cleanup set for Saturday morning
ANDERSON — On Saturday, the White River Watchers invite the public to join in floating along the section of river between Mounds State Park and the Eighth Street bridge in downtown Anderson. Canoes, paddles, personal flotation devices, gloves and buckets will be provided so that volunteers can pick up debris along the way. The organization is asking for a voluntary $5 per person donation to help cover canoe rentals.
Paddlers will be transported from the staging area in the Work One parking lot (Ninth and Central) to the canoe launch site. Registration begins under the bridge at 8:30 a.m. with the last launch at 11 a.m. Wear appropriate clothing and secure footwear. Charity's Angels will provide a hot lunch at minimal cost. Call 620-4166 for more information.
Frankton searching for park board member
FRANKTON — The Frankton Park Board is searching for a dedicated volunteer to fill a Republican position on the Park Board.
Interested persons must be at least 18 years of age and reside within the town limits of Frankton. Inquiries may be made at the new town hall located at 204 E. Sigler St., Frankton. Applications will be taken until July 31.
Chesterfield hosting car show Saturday
CHESTERFIELD — The third annual Flamingo Joe's Diner car show will be from 8 to 11 a.m. Sunday at the diner, 410 E. Main St.
The first 45 cars receive dash plaques and 35 awards will be presented at 11:30 a.m. Registration is $10 per car and their will be a $5 breakfast buffet for those registered. The show is presented by The Three Amigos, Bob Leathers, Poncho, and Jerry Arnold. For information call 425-9389.
Rotarians to hear about reservoir
ANDERSON — Rob Sparks, Director of the Madison County Corporation for Economic Development, will be guest speaker for the Anderson Rotary Club at noon Tuesday at the Anderson Country Club.