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Overnight Update


June 13, 2013

Community Briefs: June 13

Pet nail, microchip clinic planned

ANDERSON — The Madison County Humane Society, 2219 Crystal St., will conduct its monthly nail and microchip clinic and heartworm testing from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the shelter.

The cost is $5 for a nail trim, $10 for a heartworm test and $20 for microchipping. No appointment is necessary. Pets must be on a leash.

ACS rummage sale starts Friday

ANDERSON — Anderson Christian School will be conducting its semiannual rummage sale Friday and Saturday. The sale runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

There will be a selection of clothes, shoes, household goods, decorations, electronics, games, sporting equipment and furniture, organizers said in a press release.

All proceeds benefit the Anderson Christian School general operations fund.

Lodge to host fundraiser dinner

ANDERSON — Peerless Lodge 32, 1608 Locust St., will host a Wayfarers Scholarship Fundraiser Dinner from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

Cost is $8 and includes fish and two side dishes.

Delivery will be available for five or more dinners by calling 642-8069.

For tickets contact John Graves Sr., 617-5829; Stan May, 606-5400, or John Graves Jr., 621-1148.

CMC to host annual Summer Showcase

ANDERSON — CMC Performing Arts Academy will present its annual musical Summer Showcase at 6 p.m. Friday in the auditorium of the Anderson City Building, 120 E. Eighth St.

Children will showcase their talent by singing familiar songs and dancing to gospel, jazz and hip hop music.

Admission is $5. For tickets and additional information, call the Academy at 278-4652.

Alex Class of ’51 reunion June 21

ALEXANDRIA — The Alexandria High School Class of 1951 will have its 62nd reunion at 1 p.m. Friday, June 21, at the residence of Vincent Beardsley.

Reservations should be mailed to John Johnson, 12550 Indiana 9, Alexandria, IN 46001.

The class is still seeking addresses for three classmates: Jack Wooten, Frances Doster Brown and John McElfresh.

Good’s begins concert series

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