Purse sale at DCH
The Daviess Community Hospital Auxiliary will host a Purse Sale on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the hospital’s Education Center. Prices range from $5 to $60 and proceeds will support the purchase of equipment for the hospital. The public is invited.
The Daviess County Republican Party August breakfast meeting will be Saturday at the Washington Family Restaurant.
The guest speaker will be State Representative Mark Messmer. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude by 10 a.m. Breakfast is Dutch treat.
Hillbilly time at Boggs
Staff and program volunteers at West Boggs Park are preparing for an invasion of rednecks, hillbillies and wannabes during the annual Hillbilly Weekend, Aug. 17-19. Planned activities will include golf cart mud drag races and backseat driver contest, belly flop and watermelon wrestling contests, costume contest, mud tug of war, hillbilly ball, frozen-shirt contest, karaoke and additional family activities guaranteed to please the inner redneck in everyone.
All events will be free to registered campers and available to daily visitors at the normal gate fee of $5 per vehicle.
Spectators are welcome. Contact the park’s Customer Service Center at 295-3421 for reservations.
NIE program for schools
Local teachers interested in the Washington Times-Herald NIE Program, contact Laura Theine at 254-0480 Ext. 131.
The NIE program puts the Washington Times-Herald in local classrooms.
Area Briefs for Tuesday
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