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Stories from Friday, March 14, 2003

'Where can we go?' Sonshine Community Center! (03/14/03)
Owner Mitchell Cheatham discusses the rules while sitting in the snack shop area of the Sonshine Community Center. The center, in the old Brazil Junior High School building, offers a variety of programs and sporting events to people of all ages. Mitchell Cheatham invested more than his money into the old Brazil Junior High School when he purchased the building three years ago. He put his heart and soul into creating a place that could give something to community members of all ages...
School board pldges support to sports building (03/14/03)
Clay Community Schools Board voted last night to build a multi-use facility between Northview High School's softball and soccer fields, possibly in time for this year's season. Currently, patrons must use port-a-potties because existing facilities are too far away and are often locked. ...
County festival to honor Orville Redenbacher (03/14/03)
A new popcorn festival is being planned for Clay County. The first weekend of October is the target date for the event. Evelyn Brown was chosen president at Thursday's steering committee meeting. A preliminary meeting was held Feb. 6 at the YMCA to discuss the feasibility of a festival to bring in tourism to Clay County. ...
NHS Guard competes Saturday (03/14/03)
The Northview High School Winter Guard competed at the Indiana High School Color Guard State Prelims on March 8 and qualified to compete at the IHSCGA State Championship on Saturday at Center Grove High School. Northview placed third with a score of 85.5. Northview competes in Scholastic World class which is the highest level of Winter Guard competition...
Reporter is Civil war buff (03/14/03)
Lucy Perry comes to The Brazil Times from the Washington (Ind.) Times-Herald, also an afternoon newspaper. Lucy is a general assignment reporter for The Times. She and her children, Emily, 10, and Alex, 4, have a beagle named Jane and a cat named Cisco...
Hoosier Rx assists elders with prescriptions (03/14/03)
Customers can pick up applications for Hoosier Rx at Lynn's Pharmacy, where pharmacist Jessica Fowler is ready to help answer questions. While many older Hoosiers often need assistance with their medical costs, the director of Hoosier Rx, Grace Chandler, recently explained that less than half of those eligilble for the discount drug program are signed up to pay less at the pharmacy...
Foundations for Young Children discussed (03/14/03)
Kathy Politz does an activity with childcare providers (from left) April Mishler, Carrie Chiado, Monica Wallace and April Lovett during a seminar for young children. Kathy Politz, education consultant for Indiana Department of Education, spoke recently to 32 Clay County childcare providers on the Foundations for Young Children to the Indiana Kindergarten Academic Standards...
Clay 8th graders prepare for spring break trip (03/14/03)
Russ True, North Clay Middle School teacher, explains the itinerary of the eighth grade spring break trip to Washington D.C. and Baltimore, Md. to students and parents Wednesday at NCMS. Clay City eighth graders will also go on the Turner Coach bus trip March 20 through 25...