Food pantry taking noodle orders
ATLANTA — The Aroma United Methodist Church is taking noodle orders. Orders, $4 a bag, can be placed by calling the church at 552-7465 or 557-0418.
Noodles can be picked up at the church every Monday noon to 2 p.m. or by appointment. Proceeds benefit Open Arms Food Pantry, open Mondays noon-2 p.m.
Clients are welcome to visit once each month and must live in the Hamilton Heights School District. Food or money donations are welcomed.
Muncie’s children concert is back
MUNCIE — The Muncie Symphony Orchestra will present its annual children’s concert at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in Emens auditorium.
The symphony will perform live music for over 2,000 area children in fourth and sixth grades. The concert is open to anyone interested, but preference is given to Muncie and Delaware County school groups, with the remaining seats filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets are free for children and school groups with advance reservation, adults will pay $5 at the door.
Chili cookoff, winter market Feb. 2
ANDERSON — Lone Oak Wesleyan Church, 486 N. 500W, will host a chili cookoff, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., and winter market, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., on Saturday, Feb. 2.
All-you-can-eat chili and a drink will be provided for a donation. The gym will be set up with the winter market of handcrafted items, antiques (including antique milking items), and a book sale.
Donations for the chili and $10 table rental from vendors will benefit a work team trip to Hephzibah Children’s Home in Macon, Ga.
Elks bingo starts again on Sunday
ANDERSON — Elks Lodge 209 Bingo will offer bingo again on Sunday at the old Big R building, 3841 N. Indiana 9.
Hours are 4-10 p.m. on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Food pantry taking noodle orders
- Acting without words Nineteen area students will take a walk down the red carpet Tuesday evening as their film projects premiere at the Paramount Theatre during the WRC Silent Film Festival.
Community Briefs: April 21
A compilation of community news as published in the Monday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
Crossing over to Christianity
Tim Hanshew lives by 1 Corinthians 1:18: “For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” For the past six years, he has shared that power by carrying a large wooden cross throughout Anderson.
2014 Debutante Cotillion participants
The 11 participants in this year’s Debutante Cotillion Beautillion Militaire were asked a variety of questions, including their influences, words that describe themselves and favorite “words to live by.” The event begins at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at Madison Park Church of God, 6607 Providence Drive. Call Antoinette Davis at 620-2229 for tickets, which are $270 per table or $30 each.
- Location, location, location When imagining the house of a farmer, people don’t tend to envision the home built by George and Nancy Likens. By pouring time and attention into their haven since they originally constructed the house in 1975, they have created an updated and lovely environment in the perfect setting.
- Theresa Timmons: Dinosaurs run amok at mamaw's house I love my new job as a grandparent. It includes playing imaginary tennis with imaginary tennis rackets, making elaborate tents in the living room, and hair-pulling.
- Reliving the Orestes tornado of 1922 Spring is a time of new life and hope. A time when grass becomes green and flowers begin to bloom. But with the beauty of the season often comes the arrival of devastating storms. The spring of 1922 was no exception to the residents of Orestes.
- Back in the News: April 20 The Herald Bulletin looks back at stories from the Anderson Daily Bulletin and The Anderson Herald newspapers. 10 Years Ago – 2004 April 21 – The Edgewood Baptist Church now is completely inside the town limits of Edgewood. The Town Council made it o
- 14th annual dog walkathon at Shadyside Park The Madison County Humane Society will host its 14th annual dog walkathon on Saturday, May 3. The walk will be at Shadyside Park between 8 a.m. and noon (rain or shine.
- Maleah Stringer: Volunteers needed to spend time with shelter animals Shelters can be extremely stressful places for many animals, particularly those who have been in a loving home. This is why we want people to come into the shelter and spend time with our animals — to help keep them adoptable so that when the right person comes along they are ready.
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