The following is a list of upcoming area events as provided to The Brazil Times:
Heavy Trash Notice
The Brazil City Garage recently notified The Brazil Times that throughout the month of October, heavy trash pickup will take place.
The following will be days for routes:
* Monday route will be Oct. 5,
* Tuesday route will be Oct. 5,
* Wednesday route will be Oct. 19, and
* Thursday route will be Oct. 26.
For more information, call 448-8501.
The Brazil City Garage recently notified The Brazil Times it will be a day behind on trash pickup during the week of Oct. 8.
For further information, call 448-8501.
The Brazil Lions Club is conducting its annual rose sale through Oct. 7.
Roses are being sold to raise funds to support community projects.
Roses are in a vase and are $18 per dozen. They are available in several colors (red and whatever other color we receive). Attempts to honor requests will be made, but there is no guarantee.
The organization will also have a booth at the Popcorn Festival of Clay County where it will sell roses in addition to collecting old pairs of glasses and hearing aids.
Roses will be picked up or delivered Oct. 19.
For further information, call 812-986-2668.
Volunteers are needed to take veterans in the community to the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, or to one of their Community Based Outpatient Clinics.
Those interested are encouraged to contact Michael R. Holland, Clay County Veterans Service Office, at 448-9015.
Cub Scout Notice
Cub Scout Pack 45 meets regularly on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m., at the Family Worship Center, located on County Road 425 West.
For more information, call 448-2395.
Adults who cannot read or would like to improve their reading are invited to visit private tutors through the Clay County Adult Literacy Program.
The program is free and is set up at the Brazil Public Library, 204 N. Walnut St., Brazil.
For more information regarding the program, call 446-1331. A tutor will contact those calling.
International Literacy Month is observed throughout the world in communities and various countries.
The Clay County Adult Literacy Program -- a lifetime learning center -- will also celebrate literacy, with activities including coordinating efforts to solicit volunteer tutors and perspective students, tutor and student recognition.
Anyone who knows anyone in need of help reading or anyone who would like to volunteer should contact 446-1331.