Rent includes utilities. Rent subsidies are available under the Section 8 program of the Housing and Community Development Act. To qualify for residency, a person must meet HUD guidelines for income level and age. Eligible tenants pay 30 percent of adjusted income for rent.
Graceworks Housing Services is affiliated with Graceworks Lutheran Services and operates through a unique partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). St. James Community is an Equal Housing Opportunity community.
Karolee Tattersall and Stephanie Dickerson from the Department of Child Services in Scott County attended the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club dinner/meeting to receive a donation of $200 to help provide Christmas for kids who have been removed from their homes but are in temporary foster care. The Kiwanis meet weekly at The Kitchen on The Square. Pictured is Kiwanis President Al Riggle presenting the donation to Karolee and Stephanie. The Kiwanis thanked Karolee and Stephanie for the work they do with the kids in our community.
Karla Bohle, Principal of the Seymour Middle School’s Sixth Grade Center, attended and spoke at the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club meeting at The Kitchen on The Square. Picture is Karly with Kiwanis past president Terry Davis. Karla was the 2002 winner of the Kiwanis Indiana DIstrict Scholarship from Scottsburg High School. She attended Hanover College where she earned her degree in Elementary Education with a History Major and a Spanish Minor. She graduated from Hanover in 2006 and taught Kindergarten at Austin Elementary School. She quickly observed the kids in Kindetgarten needed so much more than just academics. She attended Indiana Wesleyan University and earned her Masters Degree in 2008. In July 2014 she became the Assistant Principal at Jackson Elementary School in Seymour, IN. For three years she worked on character education and academics before being selected to be the Principal in July of 2017 at the Sixth Grade Center Seymour Middle School in Seymour, Indiana. She has 350 students and a staff of 40. Their motto is “Where Owls Learn to Fly”. Karla thanked the Kiwanis for the assistance she received with the scholarship in 2002. She talked about the importance of programs like the Kiwanis provide in the schools because of the need for community involvement with our kids. The Kiwanis congratulated Karla for her dedication to the kids and for the success she’s had in her career.
The Kitchen on The Square was recognized as the winner of the chili cookoff at the Lexington Elementary School Fall Festival for the second consecutive year. Conratulations to The Kitchen for the award and for supporting the Fall Festival.