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November 13, 2013

Community Briefs: Nov. 14

St. Ambrose tamale sale Saturday

ANDERSON — A tamale sale is planned from 12:30 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the St. Ambrose Catholic Church basement, 2801 Lincoln St.

Pre-order by calling 644-5954 today and Friday from noon to 4 p.m. or text your order to 602-5372.

Cost is $12 per dozen and are available in beef, bean, pork, chicken and vegetarian.

Toys for Tots fundraiser features karaoke

CHESTERFIELD — A karaoke fundraiser for Toys for Tots will be from 2 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Chesterfield American Legion Post 408, 5100 Mounds Road. Sponsored by the post and The Rockerettes and Karaoke Family the event will feature food, raffles and door prizes.

Bring an unwrapped toy or $2 donation. Donations will also be taken for Alternatives Inc. which is in need of canned food, cleaning supplies and cash donations. All toy and other donations remain in Madison County.

The event is open to the public and is family-friendly with a non-smoking room.

Anderson Soroptimists need your vote

ANDERSON — Soroptimist International of Anderson needs your vote. They have been chosen as a finalist in the Midwest Living Magazine’s “Dream It, Do It Community Challenge” for nonprofit groups. The finalist with the most votes will get a $5,000 grant for its project. The local club would use the grant money to purchase household items for their “Jump Start Home Store” at Alternative’s, Inc. Women transitioning out of Alternatives into their own housing could choose needed household items for the kitchen, bath, and bedroom from the “store” for their new home.

Go to http://midwestliving.com/dreamit to vote for Soroptimist. You will need to register at the website to vote. You can only vote one time. Voting closes at midnight Friday.

'Let's Talk' jam session Friday

ANDERSON — Young women ages 13-17 are invited to attend the "Let's Talk" Jam Session for Young Women at 5 p.m. Friday at The Anderson Impact Center, 630 Nichol Ave.

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