CLAY COUNTY PLANNER November 13, 2017
Clay County Planner
City announces leaf schedule
The City of Brazil will pick up leaves on the follow- ing dates and places.
Leaves will be picked up Nov. 13-17, northeast side; Nov. 20-22, large piles will be picked up throughout the city; Nov. 27-Dec. 1, north- west side; and Dec. 4-8, southwest side.
SOC Leadership Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend the Systems of Care Leadership meeting Wednesday, November 15, 9:00 a.m. at First United Methodist Church, in the Pine Room, 201 North Meridian Street, Brazil. Enter from the north side of the building at the handicap entrance.
Coats for Kids drive
Clear unwanted coats out of closets and drop them at delivery locations at various places throughout the Wabash Valley from now until Nov. 15 for the Coats For Kids (and Adults, Too)
Coat Drive. All donated items will be processed and professionally cleaned before providing them to someone who needs them in the community. Courtesy Cleaners will accept donations of used coats and then clean each one professionally at their location.
In Brazil, the official drop-off location is Built To Last Tattoo Shop, located at 15 West National Ave. The shop is open and will accept donations Tuesday - Saturday from noon to 7 p.m.
Town hall in Clay City
State Sen. Eric Bassler (R-Washington) will host town hall meetings in October and November to gather feedback from residents on legislative topics. The meetings will be at various locations in Senate District 39, on the following dates from 6-7 p.m.: Tuesday, Nov. 14 in Clay City at Glory Days Restaurant, 802 Main St. For more information, email Andrianna.Hji Avg@iga. in.gov or call 317-232-9400.
First Baptist Church in Brazil will host its 32nd Annual Thanksgiving Din- ner at noon Nov. 23 at the church, 413 S. Walnut St. There is no charge for the
family style meal. The public is welcome. Delivery is avail- able within the city limits of Brazil. Carry-out is available at 11 a.m. For reservations for the sit-down meal, call 812-448-8112 (leave message) before Nov. 20.
Clay City USA is sponsor- ing its first Chocolate Walk from4to7p.m.Dec.2.
It begins at the welcome center where guests will receive tickets for a Santa bag and program guiding them to downtown businesses where chocolate treats will be passed out. Tickets are $10 and go on sale Wednesday at First Financial Bank, Clay City Pharmacy, Darinís Doodads and The Rein Center, all in Clay City. Proceeds will support the building of a walking path adjacent to the Clay City fire house in memory of Dr. Forrest Buell.
Dinners at First Presbyterian
The First Presbyterian Church in Brazil will serve dinner from 5 to 6 p.m. every Sunday. The free dinners are available to anyone in the community and to-go boxes are available. The church is located at 210 N. Walnut St., Brazil.
First Baptist Kidís Kloset
First Baptist Church Kidís Kloset, 413 S. Walnut St., Brazil, is open most Thursdays from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Call the church office, 812-448-8112, to make an appointment. If no answer, leave a message with a name and number, sizes and gender of each child and the type of clothing they need.
Staunton Christian Klothes Kloset is open to the public from noon to 4 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month and 2to4 p.m.on the last Wednesday of each month at Staunton Christian Church. The Klothes Kloset is free, and all are welcome. Call Tom and Amy for any questions or emergencies at 812-870-5719.
The Brazil Church of the Nazarene Childrenís Clothes Closet is located at 1002 E National Ave. To place an order for a needy child, call the church office at 812-446- 0371. If no one answers, leave a contact number. Orders are filled as supplies allow and may be picked up during designated church office hours.