THB seeking writers for feature articles
ANDERSON — The Herald Bulletin is seeking local writers and photographers to serve as paid correspondents to write feature articles for the newspaper and Madison magazine.
Correspondents are paid by the published article or photograph. Knowledge of journalism writing style is a must. Send questions or writing samples to Associate Editor for Features Scott L. Miley at email@example.com or call 648-4230.
Donate to Humane Society via Facebook
ANDERSON — The Madison County Humane Society has partnered with Ford Autoworld in Anderson. For every “like” that they get on their Facebook page though the end of April they will donate $1 (up to $500) to the humane society. For information call 644-6484.
VFW serving up baked potato bar
ANDERSON — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 266, 3210 Columbus Ave., will have a baked potato bar from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The event is hosted by the Women’s Auxiliary. The cost is $5.
AHS class of ‘62 having luncheon
ANDERSON — The Anderson High School Class of 1962 will have its monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. on Friday at Perkins Restaurant, 5033 S. Scatterfield Road, Anderson.
Toy soldiers marching into Indy
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indy Toy Soldier Show will Sunday, March 24, at the Indianapolis Marriott East, at I-70 exit 89. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $5. Toy soldiers represent Britain, WWI doughboys, WWII soldiers, GI Joe plus tanks, airplanes and cannons. For informsation, check out www.PlaysetMagazine.com/IndyShow or Robert Lenhart at 724-7999.
Lenten soup supper set for Wednesday
GREENFIELD — St. Paul’s Anglican Reformed Episcopal Church, known as the “Little Church Off the Square,” will serve special Lenten soup suppers at 6 p.m. Wednesday. A brief 15-minute program will be presented. The public is invited. For information, call Diana at 462-2128.
To find out about the Anglican Reformed Episcopal Church, visit www.rechurch.org. The church is at 20 W. South Street.
THB seeking writers for feature articles
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