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April 18, 2013

Area Briefs

WASHINGTON — Correction

Due to a clerical error, it was reported that the bone marrow registry taking place Saturday at the Antioch Christian Church, would register potential donors ages 18 to 24 free of charge.

Potential donors ages 18 to 44 will be registered for a suggested donation of $30 but any donation will be accepted and if the necessary, those wanted to become part of the registry will be signed up free of charge.

Home schools to hold musical

Families First Home Educators Co-op is pleased to present its spring musical performance, ÒSpend a While on the Nile,Ó at 7 p.m. today at Harvest Community Fellowship on 200 W. Main St. in Washington. Admission is free.

Feed My Sheep on Saturday

Feed My Sheep will distribute groceries from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at 601 W. Oak St. There will be no admittance to the building until 9 a.m. and the doors will be locked at 1 p.m.

Groceries will be distributed at the Odon Nazarene Church, SR 58, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday for persons with Odon and Elnora addresses.

Emergency food will only be given by referral from another agency. Connections can be reached at 257-2650

Feed My Sheep is a food-help program for residents of Daviess County. If you have any questions for Feed My Sheep, call 254-5429.

Wheatland

Alumni on May 4

The Wheatland Alumni Banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 4, in the Fort Sackville Room in the Beckes Student Union at Vincennes University. The classes of 1953 and 1963 will have the place of honor this year.

Reservations should be made by Saturday. Price of ticket will be $17 per person. To make reservations, call Bill Powell at 321-5101; Deanna Baker at 321-3151; Sue Miley at 321-2261; Linda Myers at 321-2001; or purchased at Wheatland Town Hall, 121 S SR 550, Wheatland, 321-2340.

Earth Day event Saturday

The Washington Carnegie Public Library, 300 W. Main St., will host ÒEarth Day Exploration: Fun and EducationÓ from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. There will be displays, games, crafts, prizes and freebies.

The Washington Household Hazardous Waste Center will be collecting electronics for recycling.

Do not bring large appliances or any item containing freon or refrigerant. Register to win a free rain barrel.

Sponsored by Washington Stormwater Department, Daviess County Soil and Water Conservation District and Perdue Inc.

Ramsey to speak Saturday

J.D. Ramsey, CEO and founder of Kingdom Call Ministries Inc., will minister at 7 p.m. Saturday at Harvest Church, 200 W. Main St., and Sunday at Victory Tabernacle, 1419 W. Walnut St. Worship will be led by Charlie McCracken.

Everyone is invited.

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