Shoo-in for change: Nonprofit distributes shoes locally, globally

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Editor’s note: The Daily Reporter features our “Neighbors” often, whether it be someone with an interesting hobby or profession, or a nonprofit group making a difference in our community. Here, Stephen Jeffries shares about the Hancock County chapter of Changing Footprints, which he coordinates with Deb Cherry. The Greenfield office recently had a ribbon cutting ceremony. If you know a person or a group that you’d like to see featured in Neighbors, email [email protected]

Community briefs

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Blood drives this week in McCordsville

Borgman- Caution: Grandpa on wheels

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It’s not every day a kid walks into the kitchen and says, “Did you know Grandpa is outside rollerblading?”

School briefs

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Kindergarten 101 registration open

Back when: May 17-23

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May 17

Food for thought: Churches, pantries provide weekend food for students in need

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FORTVILLE — They’re lined up on the low tables for an assembly line: cans of stew, jars of peanut butter, cups of instant soup or ramen noodles, packets of oatmeal, cups of diced peaches, and raisins.

Curry’s Chapel welcomes new pastor

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Rich Bailey has been appointed the new pastor of Curry’s Chapel Church. He succeeds the Rev. Stephen Ellis, a retired pastor who served the church for seven years.

Hope for Living: From paper bundles to life’s burdens, sometimes we shoulder, sometimes we...

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I’m a theater geek. I admit it. I listen to show tunes in my car. I spend way too much time on stage or back stage at my local community playhouse. I’d tag along on a trip to New York for a Broadway show with anyone who needs a shotgun rider.

An author’s adventure: Greenfield native publishes first novel

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Hancock County native Evan Myers recently published his first novel “Dusk on the Western Range” April 26. Myers graduated from Greenfield-Central High School in 2012; he’s worked as a public affairs specialist and photojournalist with the Indiana Army National Guard, as a journalist for the Daily Reporter, and in communications with an organization called USA Cares in Louisville. He is currently a high school English teacher and wrestling coach at Jefferson High School near Louisville. Here’s a look at his passion for writing and his plans for the future.

Off the shelves

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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.