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B.J. Erlewein posted an event

Erlewein Mortuary's: Help for the Holidays at Erlewein Mortuary

September 18, 2014 from 6pm to 7pm
Dr. Vicki Dalton, Clinical Psychologist, offers practical help for grieving families during the holiday season.Tuesday, November 18, 2014Dinner at 6:00 p.m. with seminar followingErlewein Mortuary 1484 W. US Hwy. 40, GreenfieldSeminar and dinner are free of chargeand open to everyone.RSVP by November 10, 2014by calling (317)467-4918 or (317)485-5138.Catering by Bluebird RestaurantSee More
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Nameless Creek Christian Church Harvest Dinner at Nameless Creek Christian Church

October 18, 2014 from 4pm to 6:30pm
Nameless Creek Christian Church, 3856 N 800 E, will hold their Annual Harvest Dinner: Saturday, October 18th, from 4:00-6:30 pm.  Come and enjoy a fantastic homemade meal consisting of turkey breast or pork loin with all the fixings: green beans, corn, real mashed potatoes, salads, rolls, and homemade pies and desserts! Carry out is available upon request. Free-will offering is being accepted to help us support our area families who will need heat assistance this winter.See More
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Antiques & Collectibles: Show & Tell at Hancock County Public Library

September 23, 2014 from 7pm to 8pm
What is that stuff in the attic worth? Find out whether it's trash or treasure when noted appraiser J. Scott Keller comes to the library. Bring in an antique or collectible (up to three), and Keller will estimate its value with an experienced eye after explaining to the audience the criteria he used for evaluation.Keller is a former vice president of the Indiana chapter of the American Society of Appraisers. He served on the Indianapolis Museum of Art's acquisitions committee for nine years and…See More
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Mt. Vernon High School Actors Rise to Challenges in “Altar Egos”

Posted by Christine C. Schaefer on April 2, 2013 at 3:12pm 0 Comments

    Mt. Vernon High School freshman Lauren Matson is perplexed.  “In the last show [The Music Man],” she complains, “I played a little girl.  Now I have to play a 40-year-old woman--and it’s difficult!” 

       “It’s a stretch,” agrees Director Christine Schaefer, “but that’s why it’s called acting,” she says. 

       “Lauren, Colin [Pool], Stephani [McDole], Leslie [Gartrell], they’re all being asked to play parts far removed from who they really are.  No one here is…


Vocal Warm-Ups: The Contestants for Greenfield Idol Prepare to Sing

Posted by Christine C. Schaefer on February 12, 2013 at 11:09am 0 Comments

It’s been a long stretch between auditions and the performance for the contestants of Greenfield Idol who have had nearly two weeks to select their music, warm up their voices, and prepare to compete in this Saturday’s Semi-Final round of Greenfield Idol. 

       For the semi-final, each contestant is asked to select one song to perform.  They all agree that narrowing it down is not an easy process. 

       We won’t give away what each contestant is singing, but Stephani McDole…


The Return of Greenfield Idol

Posted by Christine C. Schaefer on February 5, 2013 at 12:05pm 0 Comments

GREENFIELD, IN—Auditions are over and the performers who made the cut now have a matter of days to select their songs and prepare to sing their hearts out for Greenfield Idol 2013.

       Greenfield Idol visionary Christine Schaefer explains:  “Last year, our first year with this event, was terrifically successful.  We learned a lot, so our goal for this year is bigger, better, flashier!” 

       Changes include Greenfield’s answer to Ryan Seacrest in emcee, Trever Brown, who…


Mt. Vernon High School to present “The Music Man”

Posted by Christine C. Schaefer on October 31, 2012 at 11:46pm 0 Comments


‘And you'll feel something akin to the electric thrill I once enjoyed

when Gilmore, Liberati, Pat Conway,

the Great Creatore, W.C. Handy and John Philip Sousa 

all came to town on that very same historic day!’

                                                       --Meredith Wilson “The Music…



What tradition(s) does your family conduct on Thanksgiving Day?

Started by Greg Cross. Last reply by Kitty Smock Oct 24, 2011. 2 Replies

Does your family have any traditions for Thanksgiving Day? For example, my family enjoys playing board games. Continue

Tags: family, traditions, Thanksgiving

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