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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Braving the cold for family
Jim and Pam Jeffers and Sandy Williams recently took a trip to Alaska to visit their grandson Tech Sergeant Craig Peacock and family. Craig is stationed at the Elmendorf Air Force Base. (Pictured) Sandy, Jen, Jim, Pam, Craig, Cassandra and Camryn took the opportunity to take a boat trip to the Portage Glacier.
  • The Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce wishes to announce that their 2nd Annual Putt-Putt competition will be Thursday Feb. 11 through Monday, Feb. 29.

    It’s open to the public with $250 in Chamber Buck$ to the winner and a drawing for $100 in Chamber Buck$ open those completing the 17 holes.

  • 40 years of giving
    MUFFY congratulates the men and women of Sommer Metalcraft for raising nearly $15,000 for MUFFY’s 2015 annual campaign. That money will go to MUFFY’s 18 partner agencies and other nonprofit organizations throughout Montgomery County, who last year helped over 13,000 local children, seniors and families.
  • Dr. Cheryl E. Ball, a leader in the study of digital media and publishing, will present a public lecture at Wabash College at 8 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 15, in Baxter Hall room 101. The title of her talk is “Digital Publishing as a Liberal Art.”

  • Dancing at Disney World

    Crawfordsville high school’s dance team, Blue Illusions, coached by Tami Haas and Cristin Coons is leaving this week for national competition in Walt Disney World. The girls will be competing in the United States Dance/Drill team championship Saturday Feb 13 at Epcot in Walt Disney world in Orlando Florida. They are actually competing in three categories: jazz, kick and hip hop.

  • A special Thursday event called Comedy by Candlelight will be held Thursday Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at China Inn, 121 S Green Street. 
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