Twice Told Tales will be open Saturday, September 24, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. The used book store is at 765 S Main, Scottsburg.
For this sale only all non-fiction, including biographies and autobiographies, are half off. Also available for half-off is any book by popular author, Fern Michaels. Hardbacks will be 50 cents and paperback will be 25 cents.
Mix and Match, 5 books for $1, authors are Agatha Christie, Ian Fleming, Patricia Cornwell, Catherine Coulter, and John LeCarre.
The new-to-the-store shelves have again been re-stocked and include the first three books of the GRACE CHAPEL INN series.
Several new titles have been added to the ‘Books into Movies” table.
Operated by the Friends of the Library, all proceeds benefit the Scott Co Library System and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
The Kiwanis Family grilled hotdogs to give away again this year at the Lexington Party in the Park for young families and kids. This program sponsored by Kimberlin Creek Baptist Church, local businesses in Lexington, the Scott County Sheriff’s Dept, Lexington ES and many other individual volunteers provided entertainment, activities, food and a movie free to participants. The focus of the event which has been conducted the past four years is on our kids and young families. The turnout was great and everyone seemed to be having a great time. Kiwanis family members who participated are Darryl Griffith, Monte Roth, Guy Townsend, David Wilson, Valerie Wilson, Wes Clark, Al Riggle and SHS Key Club members Sarah Thomas and Olivia Reul. The team grilled and gave away over 400 hotdogs which were donated by Daniel Brunner and Scottsburg Kiwanis Club corporate member New Washington State Bank.This is the third year they have donated the hotdogs for this free family event.
The PAX Student Exchange program is currently seeking host families in Scottsburg and the surrounding areas (Madison, Jennings Co, New Washington, Rising Sun, and Milan)
Volunteer host families provide PAX students with a bed (can share a room with a sibling of same gender and similar age), a quiet place to study, meals at home, a warm and supportive home environment, and encouragement to engage in everyday American life. With their exchange students, host families experience such activities through fresh eyes while also learning about the exchange student’s country and culture. All types of families—single parents, young couples, retirees, and parents with teenagers—are welcome to host.