GREENFIELD – Three-year-old twins Owynn and Weston Armstrong and little sis Callan swayed to the song and gleefully reached for bubbles in a new class offered at the Hancock County Public Library.
Lisa Guckelberg taught a winter watercolor class recently at the Greenfield location of the Hancock County Public Library.
As the chill winds sweep across the barren fields of Indiana, a sense of nostalgia blankets the landscape, ushering in the most magical time of the year. There is something enchanting about an Indiana winter, especially during the holidays when the towns and hamlets are adorned with twinkling lights, and the air carries the sweet scent of evergreens.
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Board members of Friends of Hancock County CASA, Inc. gratefully accepted a grant from NineStar Community Trust’s Operation Round Up program this week. The grant will fund the group’s second billboard in Hancock County in an effort to help grow their volunteer list and spread awareness of Hancock County CASA and its mission to “Change a Child’s Story.” Pictured from left are Aaron Davis, Judy Swift, Jim Shircliff, Marciann McClarnon Miller, April Stillinger, Katie Evanoff and Brian Hurley.
The following items are available at the Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie Road. Descriptions are provided by the publisher, unless otherwise noted. For more information on the library’s collection or to reserve a title, visit hcplibrary.org.
NEW PALESTINE – A celebration of home and community is coming up in New Palestine.
Mt. Vernon High School honor society members recently gathered to ring bells for the Salvation Army. Several bell ringing events are coming up in Greenfield. The Greenfield Police Department will have a ring-off with the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department from 4-8 p.m. Dec. 8 at Walmart. The Grinch will appear at Walmart on Dec. 16 and Dec. 23.
The other day my wife and I stopped at a Panera’s for a quick bowl of soup. “Do you want an apple with that or an apple?” said the cashier.