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ATTENTION ORANGE COUNTY FRIENDS--Mercy Center in Paoli, a minstry that feeds the hungry of our area, is in DIRE NEED of items to serve the public. Below is a list of needed items:   Jiffy Cornbread Scalloped Potatoes Macaroni Spaghetti and spaghetti sauce Sugar Cooking oil baked beans pork-n-beans tomato sauce, , instant mashed potatoes chili beans stovetop stuffing mixed vegetables. 

If you can help with an of the above items, especially in quantity, you can bring them to the Orleans Christian Church or you can take them directly to the Mercy Center at 308 S. Oak St. (across from Pizza Hut) in Paoli.                                    ****


September 1-15 2018

The Awaken Tent Revival will be held at the gathering place September 13-15. The event will start at 6:30pm nightly. Thursday evening Pastor Jason Lindsey will bring the message and music will be Rebecca LaHue. Friday evening will be Pastor Chad Schaad who has done this for 40years. Music will be Hallelujah Hillbillies. Saturday evening will be Pastor Kevin Quinn.

Come Wheel in’ the Fish at Patoka Lake Saturday, September 15 th. The 17 th annual Wheelin’ IN the Fish will be at Osborn boat ramp from 10am-2pm. The event is free and promotes participants with special needs and their families to come out. The event even has FREE boat rides and FREE lunch. Fishing poles and other items will be provided as well. All you need to bring is lawn chairs and sunscreen to enjoy the day at the lake!

Moore’s Ridge Church will have its Annual Bean Supper Saturday, September 15th. The event will start at 3:00pm. Free will donation is allowed.  

September 16-30 2018 

The Natchez Community Church will have its home coming Sunday September 16th.  Sunday school starts at 10:00AM, worship service to follow at 11AM, then pitch in dinner 12:30PM, and then Afternoon service at 2PM. Speaker will be Bro. Kevin Quinn. Bring a covered dish, chair, and spend the day enjoying fellowship.

Living Waters Assembly of God will have its 25th anniversary celebration on Sunday, September 16th. The event will start at 10am at the French Lick Senior Center. Past visitors, members, and the entire community are invited. The celebration will be led by Pastors Rick Forker and Angela Forker. There will be music, praise and worship. Stay after the service for the luncheon.  

Jasper Medic First Aid Refresher is having a AED (Automated External Defibrillators) is a basic training course in emergency care. This class will be offered on Monday, September 17 th, from 8-11AM in the Health and Wellness Classroom at Memorial Southside Office. The cost for class is $50 and class size is limited. Pre-registration required by visiting the website at www.mhhcc.org . A Medic First Aid Bloodborne Pathogens class has been added and the cost for this additional class is $20 per person. To register for this addition, please call 812-996-2399

“Taking Care of your Feet” will be the class at the Jasper Memorial Hospital. The meetings are held every third Monday of the month. This meeting will provide knowledge about diabetes- related issues. The next meeting will be Monday, September 17th. The support group will be from 6-7 pm.

Jasper memorial Hospital will offer its “Safe Sitter” class Saturday, September 22nd from 8:30am to 2:30pm. Cost of the event will be $50. This class is to help students grades 6-8 learn about safety when being left alone at home. The class will have fun games and role playing exercises along with manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue. Class size is limited. To register go to www.mhhcc.org and then click on “classes & events.

Kayak at Patoka Lake on Saturday, September 22nd. Bring your kayak (or canoe) the event will start at 9:30am located at Wall’s Lake Boat Ramp. As you paddle look for beaver, osprey, and other wildlife along the way. Discover a bit of Patoka’s past as you make your way to the “Lake within the lake.” Bring your life jackets, snacks and refreshments, and sunscreen. You can meet at the Patoka Lake Office by 8:15 to caravan to the ramp. Non- motorized permits are required and can be purchased either at the time of the event or at the office from 8am-4pm daily. Permits cost $5.

The White River Bow hunters 51st Jamboree has been rescheduled to September 22nd and the 23rd.  

Bartlettsville Christian Church will be celebrating 150 years. The celebration will be on Sunday,September 23rd. morning worship will be 10:30am; then meal time will be at 12pm. There will be a group picture at 1:45pm then celebration begins at 2:00pm

Jasper Memorial Hospital and health care Center’s Ambulance Services is hosting “Stop the Bleed”. The nest program is Thursday, September 27 th from 8-9:15AM in the first Level Conference Room at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. This class is Free, but pre-registration is required by emailing Chris Sites, Clinical Manger of Ambulance Service at Memorial Hospital, at csites@mhhcc.org.

Jasper is hosting The Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center at Memorial Hospital and Health care Center is offering a support group for patients who have or are at risk for developing Lymphedema. Join Rachelle Frank, Physical Therapist, for education, prevention and support of Lyphedema on Thursday, September 27 th at 6PM in the Lange-Fuhs Cancer Center Conference Room located at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center’s Dorbett Street Entrance. Please visit Memorial Hospital’s website at www.mhhcc.org or call the Lang-Fuhs Cancer Center at 812-996-5242. Pre-registration is not necessary.

Simpson’s Chapel will have its revival from September 28th to the 30th. The event will be at Sycamore Springs in the Jack Shack shelter house. The speaker will be Pastor Rick Cassidy. There will be music each evening. Service will start at 6PM on Friday, and 5PM on Saturday and Sunday.

The Orleans First Baptist Church will have its Revival on September 28, 29, 30 at 7pm nightly and on Sunday morning at 10:30. Sam Stow will be preaching.

Jasper Memorial Hospital will have a “Friday Community Health Screening” on Friday, September 28th from 7-9am in the health and wellness classroom. Participants MUST be 18 years of age or older and will have cholesterol and blood glucose checked via finger stick. A 12-hr fast is required. You can still drink water and take medication. The cost is $25. The screening lasts aprox. 15 minutes and pre registration is required. Go to www.mhhcc.com to register and click on the health screenings.

Hoosier hysteria presented by Smithville Fiber, will tip off the 2018-2019 season on Sunday 29th. The event will be in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The official starting time will be released later. Both the men’s and women’s basketball programs will be recognized and is free of charge.

Dunkin’ for Dexter 3 on 3 basketball tourney will be September 30th. The event will be at the Springs Valley Jr. High School. Boys- Girls- Coed teams are welcome. Age groups go: 3-4th grades, 5-6th grades, 7-8th grades, 9-12th grades, and open 18 years and up. Cost is $40 per team (4 members) and will start play at 10:00am.  The slam dunk contest will start at 12:00pm and costs $10. To get a shirt the entry dead line is September 20th.

October 1-15, 2018 

On Friday, October 5th come out to O’Bannon woods and see the Southern Indiana Hit’ n Miss Engines. The event takes place at Hickory Hollow Interpretive Center from 10am to 3pm. The cost is $7 per instate vehicle and $9 per out of state. The rest is free. Then on Saturday, October 6th 8am to noon there will be an Apple butter making demonstration. From 10am to 3pm watch pioneer demonstrations, including blacksmithing, tomahawk throwing, leather working, quilting, and spinning. Visitors can also see a pioneer home, trappers shed, and a cooper shop. There will be a hay press demonstration from 1pm to 2pm.

Bring your kayak out to South Lick Fork Boat Ramp on Sunday, October 7th. The event will start at 10:30am and will last about 2 hours. Bring your binoculars, life vests, and refreshments. Non -motorized permits are required and the cost of those is $5.

The Patoka Lake 16th annual Dutch Oven Cook- off will be Saturday, October 20th. The event will be 12-3pm. Registration will take place at noon. Cooking will start at 12:30pm. The dish will be judged upon completion. The event will be held at the modern campground. The winner will be announced at 4:30pm. The fee is $7 per vehicle and $9 out of state.  
 

The Nazarene Church Annex will host a Free Gospel Concert Saturday, October 6th from 7:00 to 9:00pm. Performances by James Criss and Mark Vice will take place. It's a free concert but a Love Offering to be taken up for the performers

October 16-31, 2018

The Nazarene Church Annex will host its free gospel concerts Saturday, October 20 th 7:00-9:00pm. Performances by “The Sinclairs” and 4 His Praise. It's a free concert but a Love Offering to be taken up for the performers

November 1-15, 2018

The Nazarene Church Annex will hold its Free Gospel Concerts on Saturday, November 3, 2018. The acts performing will be White River Quartet and then The Isbell Family. The Concerts will be from 7:00- 9:00pm. It's a free concert but a Love Offering to be taken up for the performers

November 16-30, 2018

The Nazarene Church Annex will host its Free Gospel Concert Saturday, November 17, 2018. The lone performing act will be Cumberland Thunder. The concert will start at 7:00 and end at 9:00pm.  








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