Frankton Legion sets sweetheart dance
FRANKTON — The Frankton American Legion will host a Sweetheart Dance on Saturday, Feb. 16. From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Miss Sharlett and the Closet Rockers will entertain. The public is invited to attend.
AHS class of ‘66 meets Wednesday evening
ANDERSON — The Anderson High School Class of 1966 will meet for dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening at Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet, 5567 S. Scatterfield Road in the Applewood Shopping Center.
This is a new location for the class. For information, contact Dick Dunn 617-0362 or Jane Barker 378-3991.
AU prof to discuss ‘Satchmo’
ANDERSON — Anderson University music professor Mark Murray will discuss “The House that Satch Built: Reflections on Louis Armstrong, Early Jazz, and the Music Business” at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18. His talk will be in the Anderson Public Library. Cardinal Room.
Louis Armstrong’s work formed the foundation not only of many music genres, but of the modern music business itself. Learn about Satchmo’s innovations, his relationship with the music business, the reasons for his success, and his lasting influence.
Murray will touch on the historical backdrop of Armstrong’s work and will show how, as jazz historian Leonard Feather put it, “Americans, unknowingly, live part of every day in the house that Satch built.”
Markleville hosting breakfast Saturday
MARKLEVILLE — The Christian Men’s Fellowship (C.M.F.) East Christian Church, Markleville will have its monthly all-you-can-eat breakfast on Saturday from 8 to 10 a.m. in the downstairs church fellowship hall.
The menu includes French toast, sausage patties, scrambled eggs, juice and coffee, with a free will offering accepted.
The East Christian Church is located at 124 E. Main St., Markleville (on Indiana 38) and is handicap accessible.
For more information call Wayne Fox at 533-9012.
Legion hosting all-you-eat breakfast
ANDERSON — The George H. Hockett American Legion Post 127, 4118 Columbus Ave., will host an all-you-can-eat breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
The menu includes biscuits and sausage, sausage patties, scrambled eggs, hash browns, pancakes and drinks for $5.
Frankton Legion sets sweetheart dance
- Community Briefs: July 22 A compilation of community news as published in the Tuesday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
Community Briefs: July 21
A compilation of community news as published in the Monday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Foreign exchange program builds lasting friendships Paulina Berger returned to her hometown in Olpe, Germany on Friday, but she left something important behind: part of her heart. The 16-year-old spent a year living with three host families in Anderson as part of the Rotary Youth Exchange program.
- Work underway to restore ISU's Normal Hall The sounds of heavy equipment, impact drills and even a large wrecking ball are evidence of a renovation underway at Normal Hall, Indiana State University's oldest academic building.
- Finding the light Life after losing a child is like waking up and seeing a hole in the ground. You spend all day circling around the edge, trying not to fall in. It’s a description one of Frank Caldwell’s friends explained to him, a feeling he’s known all too well since his only son, Eric, died in an auto accident in April 2010.
Seven 4-H members vying for 4-H queen title
The following seven 4-H members will vie for the title of the Madison County 4-H Fair Queen at 7:30 p.m. this evening on the Kiwanis Stage at the fairgrounds at Beulah Park.
- Community Briefs: July 20 A compilation of community news items as published in the Sunday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- HHS class of '66 seeks classmates The Highland High School Class of '66 will host its 48th class reunion on Aug. 23. Contact information is needed for several classmates.
- Theresa Timmons: Columnist's 'my time' gets invaded by tiny person That 30 minutes between 6:30 and 7 a.m. is the time for waking up. It is the gentle transition between hard sleep and feet-hitting-the-floor, the time of day when dreams end and reality begins. It is MY time.
- Unsung heroes There are the men and women who lost their lives defending our nation's freedom and have never been a part of our history books. Twenty-four of those unsung heroes have been laid to rest at Grove Lawn Cemetery in Pendleton.
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