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November 5, 2013

Area briefs

Bucshon to attend town hall

Rep. Larry Bucshon will hold an open town hall event in Vincennes City Hall City Council Chambers on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The town hall event will be open to any constituents of Indiana’s 8th Congressional District and is a great opportunity for area residents to present questions to Rep. Bucshon.

For more information about the event, constituents can contact Erin Pugh at 812-232-0523.

Tickets for Shrine Circus

The Hadi Shriners announced that all fourth grade students in the Daviess County school system will be given free tickets to the 80th annual Hadi Shrine Circus at the new Ford Center in Evansville. The tickets can be used at any of the eight performances starting on Thanksgiving Day and running through Sunday. Additional tickets can be purchased in advance for $16 at any German American banking location in Daviess, Martin and Dubois counties. Anyone with questions can see any Shriner or call Bill Polen at 634-7711.

CPR class for healthcare proffesionals

CPR class for schools, workplace and the community or CPR/PR for lifeguards and healthcare professionals are offered classes at the Daviess County YMCA on Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to noon. Blended learning allows students to watch videos and take the written tests before going to class. With blended learning all you need to do is provide the YMCA with an email address at least two weeks prior to the start of the class so the instructor can send you a link for the videos and the tests. Be sure to print out the completion certificate and bring it with you to the class. Cost is $60 for CPR or CPR/PR.

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