Central Christian to have rummage sale
ANDERSON — Central Christian Church, 923 Jackson St., will have a rummage sale on Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.
Enter through the back door off the Brown-Delaware/Jackson alley (adjacent to the parking lot off Jackson, north side of the church). The congregation has collected items during the Lenten season from their homes to contribute to the sale. All are in good to excellent condition.
Proceeds from the sale will go to a sister church in the interests of promoting unity and building bridges among faith communities.
Steak, breakfast at Pendleton AMVETS
PENDLETON — The Pendleton AMVETS Post 26 will serve steak dinners from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday and all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet for $6 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday.
The events are open to the public but you must be 18 or older to enter the post.
For more information, call 778-7224.
Derby Dames to host ‘Mad (Wo)men’
MUNCIE — The Cornfed Derby Dames (CFDD), will host “Mad (Wo)men on Sunday at Gibson Skating Arena, 2610 S. Mock Ave. Doors open at 3 p.m. with a 4 p.m. start time. CFDD will take on the Black-n-Bluegrass Shiners out of Florence, Ky.
Tickets are $8 in advance through Brown Paper Tickets (www.brownpapertickets.com/event/320155) or from any Cornfed Derby Dame, and $10 at the door (cash only). Free admission for children ages 10 and younger with purchase of an adult ticket (limit two children). Snacks and drinks are available (cash only) at the concession stand.
A portion of bout proceeds will go to Court Appointed Special Advocates, also known as CASA. Following the bout, an after-party celebration will take place at Big Shots Pub, 700 S Nichols Ave. Muncie.
Elwood Legion selling raffle tickets
ELWOOD — Tickets for a Kings Island raffle are on sale at the Elwood American Legion. Price is $5 per ticket and the prize is six passes for Kings Island.
The winning ticket will be drawn on May 25.
Tickets are available at the American Legion, calling 552-1055, At 2nd Glance, 552-2400 or from any member of the Legion.
Lions Club serving Saturday breakfast
DALEVILLE — The Daleville Lions Club, Sixth and Edwards streets, will host an all-you-can-eat community breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Cost is $6 per person. The menu includes eggs and sausage, pancakes, biscuits and sausage gravy, coffee, milk and orange juice.
Proceeds will benefit the Daleville High School Wrestling Boosters.
Central Christian to have rummage sale
- Paranormal investigators visit Paramount The Paranormal Answers Research Team, a group of investigators who travel to alleged haunting sites, recently visited the Paramount Theatre to see if the building filled with history is also filled with ghosts.
- Kelly Dickey: Ghost hunting leads to more skepticism and a fun story The thought of spirits terrified me as a kid, intrigued me as a teen and added to the various questions I have about life as an adult. But mainly they’ve been entertaining.
Community Briefs: April 17
A compilation of community news items as published in the Thursday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Review: Classic Cole Porter tunes in 'Anything Goes' Light-hearted entertainment reigns at Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre as the stage is filled with sparkling costumes, quick stepping and even a little slapstick thrown into the mix. “Anything Goes,” now playing through May 11, may be a musical celebrating its 80th anniversary, but the humor is not lost on modern audiences.
- Community Briefs: April 16 A compilation of community news as published in the Wednesday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Community Briefs: April 15 A compilation of community news as published in the Tuesday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Multiplication tourney sparks interest in math Alexandria teacher creates multiplication tourney to make math fun.
- Community Briefs: April 14 A compilation of community news as published in the Monday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- A helping hand Brian Morson’s time as a volunteer at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital started as a patient when he had a hip injury. After he made a comment that hospitals in London have greeters, the director of Volunteer Services at the time told him he had the perfect voice and accent to do it at St. Vincent. Twelve years later, he’s volunteered more than 4,500 hours.
Ryan and Janae Ledbetter may not have moved far geographically, but the differences in their lifestyle and surroundings are huge. A new style of house has called for new décor and furnishings, which is suiting the family well.
- More Community Headlines