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September 24, 2013

Community Briefs: Sept. 24

Family Night at The Crossing

ANDERSON -- The Crossing will have its first family night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the cafeteria at the Impact Center, 630 Nichol Ave.

Free food, games and more are planned to celebrate students, their families and the community. Entertainment by Damon Golden.

Information:Jeremy Bechtel 574-849-7931 or 393-9686 or Tamie Tatum 278-6780.

Library hosts ‘Job Hunting 101’

ANDERSON -- Anderson Public Library, 111 E. 12th St., will host a series of free workshops on Monday, Sept. 30, on the basics of finding, applying for, and landing the job of your dreams. Shawn Neal of Anderson Creative Solutions will present on three topics: finding jobs online at 5 p.m., resume creation at 6 p.m., and interview success at 7 p.m.

Information: 641-2456.

Five weekends of fall fun

SHERIDAN -- Stuckey Farm located in Sheridan will host its Harvest Festival with five weekends of special events from Sept. 28 through Oct. 27.

◆ Sept. 28-29 - Harvest Festival and Car & Bike Show

◆ Oct. 5-6 - Riley Apple Cider Festival

◆ Oct. 12-13 - The Great Pumpkin Festival

◆ Oct. 19-20 - Pioneer Festival & Antique Tractor Show

◆ Oct. 26-27 - Halloween Festival

A portion of the proceeds from all events during the festival will go to Wish for Our Heroes.

Information: (317) 520-1114.

Operation Love to accept applications

ANDERSON -- Beginning Oct. 1, Operation Love Ministries will accept applications for its Christmas Adoption and Christmas Basket programs. Applications will be for the entire household and not specific individuals or families.

Applicants must bring photo identification, proof of address for each adult in the house and a birth certificate, health card or Social Security card for each child in their house.

An application and interview is required and possibly a home visit.

Recipients will pick up baskets Dec. 14, 16 and 17.

Information: 644-2121.

Small Town fest features pet parade

ALEXANDRIA -- The Madison County Humane Society, Alexandria Animal Hospital and the Small Town USA Festival will hold its annual pet parade at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5.

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