The Bulletin – February 20

St. Thomas offers meals without meat during Lent

FORTVILLE — St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church plans to prepare meatless meals from 5 to 7 p.m. on Fridays during Lent at the parish activity center.

The remaining menus will be:

Feb. 26: Tuna salad on croissants, baked pasta and egg salad

March 4: Fettuccine, egg casserole and company French toast

March 11: Fried fish and enchiladas

March 18: Quiche, salmon patties, and macaroni and cheese

Meals include assorted veggies, salad, desserts and drink. A free-will offering will be taken for all meals but the fish fries, which cost $5 per meal.

St. Thomas is located at 523 S. Merrill St., Fortville. For more details call 317-485-5102.

Carthage food pantry leaving current location

CARTHAGE — Blue River Community Harvest will vacate its present building at 9462 N. Carthage Pike, Carthage, because the building has been sold.

In a statement, the pantry’s board of directors said the pantry offered a pair of mid February pantry dates before closing Feb. 17. The new facility in the former Tweedy Lumberyard is unfinished. Pantry hours will resume after the move is complete and “we can comfortably serve our clients,” the statement read. There will be no clothing pantries at the new facility.

“The Board regrets the inconvenience this may cause our families, but the move is daunting and will take considerable time and effort,” the statement continued.

If you can help with the move during a Feb. 27 work session, call 317-402-4089. If you would like to donate building materials, money or labor, call 317-696-0785.

Weight-loss class offers free preview session

GREENFIELD — Park Chapel Christian Church offers a free TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) weight-loss class to new attendees. The class meets from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the church, 1176 E. McKenzie Road.