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GREENFIELD – Children of all ages are continuing to learn and experiment at local libraries.
As I write this, it is a beautiful day in central Indiana. The sun is shining, birds are singing and at least for now, it seems that winter has been kicked to the curb. For most of us, this is a blessed season.
“Not too often you see a tower crane in Greenfield,” writes Dan Bauer, who shared this photo. “This one was seen off (County Road) 100 South working on the Greenfield wastewater expansion area.”
Zach Reynolds shared this photo he took in late September in northeast Hancock County. “This was on a trail camera I had set out on my grandma’s farm,” he writes. “It was just about sunset.”
Lee Vaughan shared this photo and writes, “While cat sitting for our grandcat, Colby found an interesting place to hang out.”
Brett Westerman of Greenfield and his 11-year-old son, Luke, enjoy “photography field trips” and chose their hometown for a recent outing. “Perfect early morning sunlight mixed with fall foliage,” he writes. This view of downtown Greenfield, taken near the H.J. Ricks Centre for the Arts, was one of the images they captured.
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GREENFIELD — Warren Petry knew this was going to be out of his comfort zone. But he felt like he and his wife were supposed to move forward anyway.
I recently watched a Youtube post of a podcast done by a once-popular reporter of the news on television. The topic of this particular podcast episode was Religion and Faith, and the reporter had a minister from a well-known and influential Christian denomination as a guest on her show.
Vernon Township Fire Department firefighters visited Gateway Community Church in Fortville recently to teach the preschool and kindergarten students there about fire safety. Students were invited to sit in the firetruck and the ambulance. Firefighter Dylan put on all his gear and reminded the children that while firefighters might look and sound scary with all their gear on, they are here to help in an emergency.