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Saturday, December 15, 2018
Mrs Kerry Brock and Annie Brock from Sugar Creek Elementary School accepting hats and gloves for the school.
Mrs Kerry Brock and Annie Brock from Sugar Creek Elementary School accepting hats and gloves for the school.
Saturday, December 15, 2018 4:00 AM
Every year, members of the Kiwanis club knit hats and purchase gloves to benefit local school children during the winter cold. The Kiwanis motto is ‘Every Child Needs Kiwanis’, and this annual project is just one of the many ways the club benefits children in Montgomery County. Left picture: Mrs Kerry Brock and Annie Brock from Sugar Creek Elementary School accepting hats and gloves for the school. Middle picture: Long time school counselor Bonita Hirsch, along with 4th graders Eden, Corbin and Colton accept the hats and gloves for Hoover Elementary school. Right picture: Crawfordsville Middle School Student Leadership Team members Gabby Jewell, Campbell Mason, and Donna Wilson accept gloves and hats. 
Question of the Week:

Apparently, younger people have said that the mural on a downtown wall near the courthouse in Crawfordsville is attractive. It has been widely reported that older people have said it is not. What's your opinion?


 

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Start Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Haan Museum of Indiana Art
920 E. State St.
Lafayette, IN 47905
End Time: 4:00 PM
Phone: 765-742-6449
Email: info@haanmuseum.org
Website: http://haanmuseum.org/index.aspx
Imagine, in this computer age, something that gets young people to forget about cell phones and screens. The trains at the Haan Museum do just that - they become a passport as they travel the world during Christmas at the Haan Museum. Visit London as two trains meander past the Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, Kensington Palace, and many other famous landmarks. Visit 19 historic American landmarks in the next room as a larger train passes the Empire State Building, Independence Hall, Wrigley Field, the Golden Gate Bridge and other famous buildings. Children and adults alike follow the trains as they travel through a closet and bedroom to another bedroom, where you’ll find Lafayette landmarks. Take an even closer look by crawling through a tunnel and watching from inside the loop. You'll find Christmas trees in almost every room. Kids can play in the gingerbread-style house or ride in a sleigh behind two (stationary) reindeer. Santas, garland, wreaths, nativity sets and interactive musical characters that sing and dance add to the Christmas spirit. The Indiana paintings and antiques will remain in place during Christmas to maintain the homey feel of the Colonial Revival mansion. The Haan Museum is impressive on an ordinary day, and seeing it all decked out for the Holidays is an experience your family will remember fondly. Hours and Admission for Christmas Tours: Wed. - Fri., 1 - 4 PM, $12; Saturdays, 10 AM - 4 PM, $15; Sundays, 1 - 4 PM, $15. Tickets are half price for ages 5-17 and active-duty military. Ages 4 and under are free. Butler's Pantry and Kitchen are open on weekends with treats available. Special group tours can be arranged by calling (765) 742-6449. Find more details at www.haanmuseum.org.
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