* Rotary Club of Brazil is sponsoring a Speech contest on the 4-Way Test. It is open to all high school students in Clay County. The Club contest is Monday, March 15 at Primerica, 2 E National Ave, Brazil. $100, $75 and $50 savings bonds will be awarded to the top three. The winner moves on to District contest April 10 with a chance at $500. Deadline to enter is March 8. For contest materials and more information contact Dr. Miranda Goodale, Speech Contest Chair, 812-230-6366 or email@example.com.
* The monthly Ladies Luncheon hosted by Financial Advisors Toni Carter and Lynsey Lunsford of Edward Jones will be March 9, at the Brazil American Legion.
The guest speaker will be Kim Bourff of Yankee Rose. The cost of the meal is $9. All reservations MUST be made payable to and mailed to the American Legion by March 1. Please call one of the Edward Jones offices with any questions at 812-442-5013 or 812-448-9365.
* Town and Country Christian Men invite you to join them in the 2010 Lenten Breakfast series. Town and Country Christian Men is a creative, supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spiritually, and to seek God's will.
All breakfasts are on Saturday mornings and begin at 8 a.m. with food and fellowship and are followed by a 20-30 minute program highlighting a local mission or service project. There is no cost for these meetings and everyone is welcome!
Schedule: Feb. 27, Harmony UMC; March 6, Epworth UMC; March 13, Bethel UMC; March 20, Peniel UMC; March 27, Union UMC.
* Center Point United Methodist Church is getting ready to have their second annual Mission Sunday Event, on Sunday, March 7.
Starting at 2 p.m., "Ride The Wind" will be in concert. At 3 p.m., a Pie Auction that will include pies, cakes and other desserts, as well as homemade noodles and rolls. At 4:30 p.m. a free will-offering chili supper will take place in the family life center.
Each part of the afternoon and evening will present an opportunity to support our mission effort by donating to the ministry of Serving on the Streets. Come for one part or for all three.