Please see the attached flyer from the Indiana Youth Institute on an upcoming Youth Worker Café on Nov. 7. The event is free and lunch will be provided, but registration is required. Contact Kori Jones at email@example.com with any questions.
Mayor Bill Graham from Scottsburg, recently attended the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club dinner meeting at the Roadhouse USA to provide an update on projects and goals for Scottsburg. He talked about ongoing projects, especially road work and the efforts to improve the sewer pipes and distribution system. He also discussed the renovation necessary for the water treatment plant to fix problems and improve capacity from 1.35 million gallons to 2.25 million gallons a day. These repairs are critical and the renovation will allow us to plan for economic growth in Scottsburg. The paving projects and especially the work on the intersection of IN 56 and US 31 was discussed. Work should be complete in October and will result in a smoother flow of traffic. Mayor Graham talked about all the efforts to provide job training at MASP to support industry and manufacturing in Scottsburg. He talked about the quality in our schools and health care. He emphasized the importance of continuing to make improvements in our infrastructure to promote economic growth. Mayor Graham talked about the expansion being planned at SAMTEC which could bring up to 300 new jobs. He talked about the priority of building new, affordable housing to facilitate our economic growth. The members enjoyed the discussion and thanked the Mayor for his presentation. Mayor Graham is running for reelection this year.
Our next nonprofit session will be held Thursday, Sept. 5 from 11-1 at the Lifelong Learning Center. June Miller will lead us in “Crucial Conversations: Learn to Successfully Navigate the Conversations You Are Avoiding.”Learn the concepts from the best-selling book, Crucial Conversations, by Vital Smarts, on how to have the difficult conversations at work, at home, or in just about any setting, to improve your results. Whether it is a co-worker who is holding you back because he/she is not living up to commitments, a spouse who is spending beyond your budget or a boss who is sending mixed messages, you will gain the understanding and skills to successfully address these issues with candor and respect…and improve your results!
The cost is $10 per person and includes lunch. Feel free to invite other staff, board members, etc. Please let me know by Wednesday, Sept. 4 if you would like to attend.
Charlotte Boswell from the Scott County Community Foundationspoke at a recent dinner meeting of the Kiwanis Club at the Roadhouse USA about the Foundation and the Kiwanis Club Endowment Fund. The Community Foundation is a corporate member of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club. Pictured are from left to right, Kiwanis member LL Lowry, Charlotte Boswell and Kiwanis President Al Riggle. Charlotte gave some history of the Foundation, how it operates, the way it allows organizations and individuals to give back to the community and the way it stays involved in various projects and initiatives such as the Dolly Parton Imagination Library, Education Matters and sponsors the Youth Grantmaking Organization. Charlotte is an active member of Kiwanis and supports several projects and programs for hte kids in Scott County. Charlotte was elected to the Board of Directors for the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club beginning her term on 1 Oct 2019. The club members appreciated her presentation.