RUSHVILLE — Rushville Rotary met Oct. 23. Bill Griffis led the Pledge of Allegiance. Valerie Wilson offered the grace. Guests were Grant Reeves and Faith Mock, Executive Director RMH Foundation. Dr. John Williams did Brag for a Buck. Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Barada Jr. fined everyone who has not supported the Boys & Girls Club this year. Mock shared that she switched from educating students to educating the community about the RMH Foundation. Activities include Brian’s Cause which just had another successful walk to raise money for local cancer patients; the new digital mammography suite at the hospital, which offers the latest technology for breast exams; Kedo’s Kids Campaign to raise money for the RMH Pediatric Center Building Fund, which needs to raise $670,000; scholarships for employee education.
Local man to drive in 500 Parade
Darrel Wilkinson of Rushville has been contacted by the 500 Festival Parade Committee to drive his vintage Mercury convertible in this year’s IPL 500 Festival Parade.
Jivin Jackson 4-H Club shares demonstrations
The Jivin Jackson 4-H Club met May 14 at the Jackson Township Community Club with Jarrod White calling the meeting to order, Caitlyn Morris leading the American pledge and Devan Draper leading the 4-H pledge.
Mother-Daughter-Doll Tea a success
The members of Psi Iota Xi, Iota chapter held a Mother-Daughter-Doll Tea on Sunday, May 5 in the basement of St Paul’s United Methodist Church. Mothers, daughters and their dolls gathered for an afternoon of pleasantries.
RCHS Class of 1983 seeking classmates
The RCHS Class of 1983 is planning their 30 year class reunion for this summer. The event will take place starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 13, at the Knights of Columbus.
Milroy Alumni Association renewal of membership
The Milroy Alumni Association is in the process of updating class lists and renewing memberships in preparation for the upcoming Alumni get-together.
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Sandy Fussner (center) was welcomed as the newest member of the Rushville Breakfast Optimist Club at their meeting Tuesday, May 7.
Friends Too Orange Township
Friends Too met at the Home of Joleye Icenogle. President Roberta Cole opened the meeting and welcomed everyone. Naming your favorite president for roll call was very interesting.
RCHS Class of 93 looking for classmates
The RCHS Class of 1993 is planning its 20 year reunion for July 19 and 20.
Local residents initiated into the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi
Cayla Simmermon and Mylee Simmermon, both at Butler University and from Knightstown, were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
Noble Niters Home Ec Club
The Noble Niters Home Ec Club met April 24 at the New Salem Methodist Church Ed Building. Marlene Fudge was host and Karen Hoeing was co-host. Eleven members and one guest answered the roll call response with their middle name.
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