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TASTE OF SCOTT COUNTY
APRIL 25, 2016
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Scottsburg High School
advance tickets available and tickets at door
812-752-4748 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott County Career Fair will take place on Wed. May 18th.
Registration is now available for employers who are interested in meeting and hiring talented job seekers from across the region.
Several packages are available. www.nowhiringscottcounty.com
Contact: Anita Walker at awalker@ScottCountyIN.com
FASHION SHOW ‘ UNCHAINED’ PRESENTS A PERFORMANCE ART FASHION SHOW TELLING THE STORY OF A HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVOR AND SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE STRONGHOLD OF ADDICTION TO INSPIRE HOPE.
FRIDAY, APRIL 22 at 6:00PM AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM (401 US-31, Austin, IN 47102) ADMISSION is $15 for VIP/Sponsor ticket, $4 for Adult General Admission, $2 for Students ALL PROCEEDS AFTER SHOW COSTS GO TO THE SCOTT COUNTY PARTNERSHIP TO HELP VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING. FOR MORE INFORMATION: UNCHAINEDFASHIONSHOW.COM II FKALAN@UNCHAINEDFASHIONSHOW.COM
PROJECTS NEEDED Are you a person in need of some help to get ready for Spring? If so, contact United Way of Scott County. LOOKING FOR INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS – Gardening, Yard Work, Exterior House Work… VOLUNTEERS – come and join YOUR Scott County United Way SATURDAY, May 21st. Starts at 8 a.m. for Breakfast and ends when projects are finished Meeting at Turning Point Church 899 W McClain Ave Scottsburg, IN Receive your T-Shirt, enjoy free Breakfast and Lunch Contact Nancy Riley at 812-752-2586 email@example.com
Good Neighbor of the Year
Deliver to Scottsburg City Hall or mail to: Scottsburg Beautification Committee, Inc. Mayor’s Good Neighbor Award 2 E McClain Ave Scottsburg, IN 47170
COME TO THE SCREENING!
April 29, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. Mid-America Science Park – Presentation Hall Calling all filmmakers – Help educate, empower and inspire people toward lives of positive choices and positive impact. 5th Annual Film Festival – What’s Your Side Effect? and Town Hall Meeting on Parents Who HOst Lose the Most: Don’t Be A party to Teenage Drinking. more information click here Scott County 5-12 grade filmmakers can submit entries until Wed. April 20th. $500 CASH GRAND PRIZE
April 29th-Soup Supper & Auction at Knights of Columbus 5:30 soup dinner (tickets at the door) and auction will start at 6:30.
June 3rd–Relay for Life at Lake Iola www.relayforlife.org/scottcountyin if you would like more information or to start a team. Next meeting is April 11th at Scott Memorial Hospital meeting room at 6:00 pm
June 4th–Color Run for Cure-a 5k color run around the Lake Iola area.
AMERICANS DIE EACH DAY
from an opiate overdose, according to CDC
YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE! Naloxone reverses the effects of an overdose from opioids, such as Heroin, Opana or Morphine. Do you have a friend or family member who uses opidoids? Would you like to receive opiate overdose prevention & repsonse training?
If so REGISTER to attend one of these important FREE Naloxone Training Workshops June 28 at One Stop Shop (Austin) (6 -7pm) September 27 at Scott Memorial Hospital (2-3pm) December 13 at One Stop Shop (Austin (6-7pm)
The Scott County Partnership Seeks Volunteers For The Reality Store
The Scott County Partnership is seeking volunteers for the Reality Store programs for Scottsburg Middle School, which is on May 13th 2016. Volunteers will host booths for teens to visit as a part of learning what it means to balance a budget as adults. Interested persons should contact Ace Woodson at812-722-7708 or email him firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 27th from 11:30 am to 1 pm
Registration begins at 11 a.m.
Grace Covenant Church
75 W Main St. Austin, IN
RSVP for FREE LUNCHEON by phone
812-752-8466 or email email@example.com
RSVP by 4/25/2016
Become a Retired & Senior Volunteer Program Volunteer You’ve gained a lifetime of experience. Now is the time to put your skills and talents to good use for your community by volunteering through RSVP. Meet community needs and make a difference.The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program is for senior citizen’s 55 and older. You will receive free supplemental insurance during volunteering, flexible hours and new opportunities to learn new skills. Contact Vickie Copeland – Program Director at 812-265-3950 or 812-752-9152 or firstname.lastname@example.org