We apologize for not being able to organize and hold our annual 5K Run/Walk! We lost all our organizers at the last minute due to transfers, ill health or other pressing requirements. Stay tuned for information regarding our next event. We thank all of you for your interest in supporting Kiwanis via this event, keep the faith, we will return.
Board of Directors,
Scottsburg Kiwanis Club
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!
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Scott County Circuit Court Judge Jason Mount and Judge Alison Frazier spoke at a recent dinner meeting of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club at the Roadhouse USA. Pictured with Judge Mount and Judge Frazier is Kiwanis President Al Riggle. Judge Mount provided an update on the Scott County Circuit Court. Judge Frazier was added to the Scott County Circuit Court as a Magistrate as a result of legislation proposed by Rep Terry Goodin and passed by the Indiana Legislature. Her addition will help shorten the calendar for wait times for hearings. Judge Mount has implemented a “Talk to a Lawyer” Day for free legal advice on the 4th Wednesdays of the month. He also talked about an effort to implement Criminal Rule 26 which provided evidence based tools to determine who should be held in jail. The huge majority of individuals in the Scott County Jail are there waiting trial instead of there due to convictions. Reducing this number where it makes sense would save many dollars. The Kiwanis appreciated Judge Mount’s presentation and the opportunity to meet Judge Frazier.