Services take place Sunday unless otherwise noted.
By Theodore Griffin
Joseph (Luke Whitaker) checks out his new coat from Dad during the recent New Palestine High School production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
Hancock County Community Foundation presented FARM (Fortville Area Resource Mission) food pantry volunteers with some Thanksgiving treats recently. Pictured are, from left, Samantha Stinson; April Stinson; Erin Flick; Carolyn Reynolds and Katie Ottinger, both from the foundation; Dave Ayers; Brenda Ayers; Jerry Brown and Evelyn Brown.
KNIGHTSTOWN — Bells were rung and a wreath was laid at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Memory Garden in Knightstown in honor of veterans.
GREENFIELD — Hancock County Retired Teachers awarded grants to active teachers at the group’s November meeting.
Santa replying to children’s letters
Now that Covid restrictions are waning a bit, people are feeling more comfortable about getting together for a turkey dinner this Thanksgiving—but with rising prices of food, more cooks may be chickening out, instead. Restaurant prices are up, as well. The mafia is even economizing by eating at Olive Garden. A recent article I read said pitch-in dinners are going to be more popular than ever, which has the potential of saving the hosts money. Well, maybe. Read on…
Peggy Fowley won a quilt in a raffle at the Hancock County Extension Homemakers Country Vintage Market earlier this month.
GREENFIELD — Hancock County is certainly on Santa’s nice list this year with holiday festivities on the horizon.