The Herald Bulletin

July 8, 2013

Local Briefs: July 8

— KCCA hosts golf scramble

ANDERSON — Killbuck Concerned Citizens Association will host a Florida golf scramble Friday with an 11 a.m. shotgun start at Grandview Golf Course. Registration is at 10 a.m.

Cost is $200 for teams of four or $50 for individuals. There is a 40 minimum handicap per team. Entry fee includes green fee, cart rental, prizes for first- and second-place teams, closest to pin and longest drive. There will also be a 50/50 raffle and free burgers and pop.

All proceeds go to the KCAA’s legal fund to stop the Mallard Lake landfill.

AHS Class of 1966 to have dinner

ANDERSON — AHS Class of 1966 will meet for dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Rigo’s at Grandview, 1905 Northshore Blvd.

AHS Class of 1953 reunion in October

ANDERSON — The Anderson High School Class of 1953 is planning its 60-year reunion Oct. 4 and 5. A mixer, at Anderson Country Club, is planned Friday along with golfing at Grandview Golf Course.

A Saturday morning brunch will be served at Trinity Episcopal Church and dinner that evening at Anderson Country Club.

More information will be announced later, organizers said.

Red Hat chicks meet July 17

PENDLETON — The Pendleton Red Hat Chicks will meet 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 17, at the parking lot of the Methodist Church. The group will then travel to Rita’s Tea Room in Fishers for lunch at noon.

Call Barbara Mercer at 778-3868 for confirmation by July 14.

Historic building razed after collapse

WARREN — Authorities in the northeastern Indiana town of Warren have torn down a historic downtown building after it collapsed moments after the end of a weekend parade.

The roof of the building that formerly housed Gene’s Market caved in first and the brick facade tumbled onto the street where the parade had passed just minutes earlier.

Warren Town Marshal Dennis Spitler said bystanders reported hearing heard cracking and popping that prompted them to move away from the building before the collapse. Two people suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene.

Stevens keeps commitment

CONNERSVILLE — New Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens isn’t so busy with his new job that he had to break a commitment to appear in Connersville’s bicentennial parade.

Stevens appeared in the parade Saturday, fulfilling a promise made to former Butler star and Connersville native Matt Howard.

Howard said he was “shocked” Stevens made the parade after appearing at a news conference Friday in Boston. He told Stevens he could back out, but the coach insisted.

Indy set to move more police to streets

INDIANAPOLIS — The city of Indianapolis is set to announce a plan to put more police officers on the streets to deal with a spike in violence.

A news release Sunday said Mayor Greg Ballard, Police Chief Rick Hite and Public Safety Director Troy Riggs will announce the plan this morning.

Mayoral spokesman Marc Lotter said the plan will put about 100 more officers on the streets.

He says the shift is part of an internal reorganization.

The city recorded 16 homicides in June, and a 16-year-old boy died after being shot outside downtown’s Circle Centre mall following a Fourth of July fireworks show.

Ballard last month vetoed a City-County Council measure to shift $6 million in funds to hire more police officers.