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Stories from Sunday, May 15, 2011

Scenes from the 2011 Clay County American Cancer Society Relay For Life (05/15/11)
Reverend asking community for input (05/15/11)
After seeing a staggering overall Christian church attendance decline, a Clay County minister is asking area residents, "What is the community's biggest need?" First Baptist Church Reverend Mark Thompson attended a seminar to discuss the future of American Christianity...
Head Start conducting two enrollment sessions (05/15/11)
Clay County Head Start is conducting two enrollment opportunities for children ages 0-5. The locations and times are: There are four types of Head Start programs offered -- at centers and in homes -- depending on the age and needs of families and their children...
Benefit scheduled for area youth (05/15/11)
"Because no one is worth giving up on," a fundraising event will be held May 18 at the Brazil Walnut Theater in support of a two worthy causes. Organizers confirmed 100-percent of the donations collected during the Keeping Hope Alive would be split between House Of Hope, and to help pay medical expenses incurred by recent burn victim 7-year-old Carmen Schleppy's family...
Big Winner! (05/15/11)
Wyatt Adams, 6, placed first in the 4-6-year-old division of the 2011 Brazil Times' Easter Coloring Contest.
Placing Second! (05/15/11)
Computer classes to be offered at LEAAP Center (05/15/11)
Through Ivy Tech's Continuing Education program, the following computer classes will be offered at the Linking Education to Adults, Adolescents and Preschoolers (LEAAP) Center, 501 E. Jackson St., Brazil, this summer: The Computing Fundamentals course is a laid-back approach to learning the basics to computers. ...
Community Notes (05/15/11)
The following is a list of upcoming events provided to The Brazil Times: Disaster Plans Clay County Emergency Management Director Bryan Husband will be at the Brazil Public Library Thursday, May 19, to discuss and help those attending prepare for disasters that may occur in the county...
Siscoe tops field at Lincoln Park Speedway (05/15/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor PUTNAMVILLE -- Fans of Lincoln Park Speedway had to wait a week as the gates closed over the May 7 weekend as promoter Joe Spiker and his crew spent a two-week period working on the track surface and some drainage issues along the front stretch. However, on Saturday night, the curtains opened on a brand new, lightning fast racing surface that had the crowd and drivers buzzing all night...
Knights and Eels place third in conference golf (05/15/11)
Times Staff Report GOSPORT -- The Edgewood Mustangs brought home the Western Indiana Conference hardware after edging South Vermillion by one stroke for the golf title on Saturday. In the tourney held at Rolling Meadows Golf Course, the Mustangs shot a score of 158 to edge the Wildcats' 159 followed by Northview's 165...
Northview softball tops Warriors (05/15/11)
Times Staff Report The Northview softball team recognized the 1995 state runner-up team on Saturday before pummeling Turkey Run by a 13-3 score. The Knights put together a 15-hit offensive attack led by a 4-for-4 day from Taylor Carter, who doubled twice and drove home three runs. ...
Barbara Ann Moss (05/15/11)
Barbara Ann Moss, 75, Brazil, went home to be with her Lord Jesus Christ May 15, 2011. She was born Dec. 31, 1935, in Terre Haute, the daughter of Roscoe and Mary (Brown) Huffman. Barbara diligently worked beside her husband to further the Gospel of Jesus Christ for many years. She served as a pastor's wife, a mentor, and a bible instructor. She actively participated in many of the local churches, which included Martz Community Church, Grace Chapel and Christ Community...
Charles A. Crabb (05/15/11)
Charles A. Crabb, 72, Clay City, died unexpectedly May 13, 2011, at the emergency room of St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born Aug. 5, 1938, in Saline City, the son of Charles M. Crabb and Hazel Murphy Crabb. He graduated from Ashboro High School...
Public Record (05/15/11)
Clay County Justice Center The following jail bookings occurred at the Clay County Justice Center during May 11-13. Awaiting Arraignment Daub, Dana, 40 Anello, Krystal, 22 Gwinn, Della M., 43 Sanders, Alfred S., 21 Awaiting Warrant/PC Arraignment Glenn, Joseph S., 43...
Past Rotary President gives thanks (05/15/11)
For the past 75 years, the Rotary of Brazil's annual 4th of July Celebration has grown to reach a point where it is a deeply rooted part of this community's history and traditions. We are pleased to bring the celebration of our nation's freedom to all who choose to share in it...
Something must be done (05/15/11)
To the Editor: Today is another day on the calendar, May 9, 2011. Why can't we get the elected officials to do something about our water problems, not drinking water. Every time we get a hard rain, not a so-called storm, all water comes down Lambert Street and into my garage. I've lost lawnmowers twice and I've been told this is a flood zone. (Not true, but I guess it could be called that without proper drainage sewers, which there aren't any)...
Organization thanks all for help (05/15/11)
To the Editor: On April 11, 2011, Cloverleaf Healthcare hosted its annual volunteer dinner. We would like to thank the businesses and persons who so graciously answered our call for donations. The donations made excellent door prizes for our volunteers...
Soccer Club offers thanks (05/15/11)
To the Editor: A big thank you! The Clay Youth Soccer Club would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their donations to our recent Jonah Fish Fry: A+ Printing, Amos Thomas, Andrew Thomas, French Funeral Home, Jim and Pam Ringo, Kroger, McDonald's, Long John Silver's, Otter Creek Technical Services, Page's IGA, Pepsi and Pizza Hut...
Tired of fast food service (05/15/11)
To the Editor: I am so sick of the fast food restaurants around here. Every time I go through a drive-thru window, I'm greeted by an annoyed teenager. I am so sorry that I am inconveniencing you by paying for your paycheck. Please forgive me. Some nights, when I have to work later, I will go through a drive-thru. (Maybe more often than I should)...
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