City-wide cleanup set for Saturday
ANDERSON — The 28th annual J.T. Menifee City-Wide Cleanup will be 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday with dumpsters at Athletic Park. Items accepted for disposal: tires, $1 each; oil based paint, $1 per can; major appliances, television/computer/electronic and furniture.
The cleanup is for Anderson residents only; no business or contractor disposal. Identification will be required. For heavy trash pickup, call 648-6445. Free limb and yard waste will be received at the old Emge plant only.
Volunteers will meet at 16th Street and Madison Avenue. An 11:30 a.m. awards and lunch will be at 22nd Street and Madison Avenue. Information: Lori Perry, 648-6137.
Chicken-and-noodle dinner Wednesday
ANDERSON — North Anderson Wesleyan Church, 1947 E. Madison County Road 240 North, will host a chicken-and-noodle dinner 5-6:45 p.m. Wednesday.
‘Celebrating Teachers’ lunch Saturday
ANDERSON — The Women’s Day Committee of Allen Chapel AME Church, 1610 Sheridan St., will host a luncheon “Celebrating Teachers” at noon on Saturday to honor past and present teachers who have been instrumental in the lives of young people.
Teachers to be honored include Jennette Harris, Catrina Cooper, Primus Mootry, Carolyn Johnson-Mootry, Ty Bibbs and Fredonia Von Harris. Tickets are $10 per person.
Information: LaKoya S. Rochell, 643-7133, ext. 2315.
APA students get hands-on lesson
ANDERSON — Indiana SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) will visit Anderson Preparatory Academy on Friday, May 24, with teen traffic safety activities focused on promoting seat-belt use, discouraging distracted and impaired driving, and encouraging responsible driving habits.
The Quick-Click Challenge, one of SADD’s activities, will pit four-student teams to see who can buckle up in the shortest amount of time. The fastest team of the day will be awarded Quick-Click Challenge T-shirts.
Click It or Ticket will begin today
INDIANAPOLIS — This year’s Click It or Ticket enforcement program will begin today.
Click It or Ticket is supported by thousands of law enforcement agencies and traffic safety advocates across the country. In Indiana, more than 250 law enforcement agencies will conduct special patrols — day and night, to identify and ticket unrestrained motorists. The effort will conclude June 2.