Easter events on the horizon

MCCORDSVILLE – Visit with the Easter Bunny in an upcoming free event at McCordsville Town Hall.

A free photo op and cookies will be available from 9 a.m. to noon March 30 at 6280 W. 800N., McCordsville.

The Daily Reporter is currently accepting information about community Easter events and egg hunts. To send information about your upcoming event for a news feature listing, email [email protected].

Foundation announces matching program

GREENFIELD – The Community Foundation of Hancock County has announced a matching gift program, where every $1 gift will receive a $2 match for a total of a $3 donation to the community.

The program is through Lilly Endowment and is for the growth of unrestricted resources that impact nonprofits capacity for building programs, grants that strengthen critical organizations meeting pressing needs and more.

Learn more at celebratehancock.org/gift-viii.

Adult prom to benefit Lindsay’s Cheer Foundation

GREENFIELD – An upcoming adult prom will raise money for a foundation in memory of Eastern Hancock cheerleader Lindsay Locker.

Adult Prom for Lindsay’s Cheer Foundation is set for 7 p.m. Feb. 24 at Heartland Resort, 1613 W. 300N., Greenfield.

The foundation is named in memory of the Eastern Hancock senior who was killed in a car accident in November. Funds raised through the foundation help students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford it join cheerleading, one of Lindsay’s passions.

The event, for people 21 and older, will also include a silent auction. Cost is $25. Learn more or donate at facebook.com/LindsaysCheerFoundation.

Arts, rummage sale coming up Feb. 24

GREENFIELD – The annual Arts & Rummage Sale is coming up Feb. 24, raising money for a local organization and providing entertainment throughout the day. The event is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Hancock County Fairgrounds, 620 N. Apple St., Greenfield. Admission is 41; children 12 and under get in free. Booth space is available for $50 by emailing [email protected]. Lunch and snack foods are available for purchase.

Proceeds benefit KidsPlay Inc., a nonprofit children’s theater organization that produces two plays a year.