St. James Lutheran Church, 6-8 p.m. Thursdays (remaining date is July 21) at 1741 S. State St., Greenfield. Theme: “Monumental: Celebrating God’s Greatness.” Registration: VBSpro.events/p/events/stjamesmonumentalvbs
Services take place Sunday unless otherwise noted.
GREENFIELD – More than $4,000 was raised for local organizations in an event last month that joined Jeeps, food and vendors.
Yogi doesn’t like to be separated from mom. So when she was working on a project in the basement, I opened the door and led him down there so he could supervise what she was doing. He enjoyed doing his reconnaissance and securing the perimeter, which basically means sniffing around a new space.
When I was a kid, after dinner we cleared the table and scraped whatever was left on our plates into a kitchen garbage bag. That bag was then dumped in one of two huge metal drums on the side of our house that were below ground. Not buried treasure: buried trash. On Mondays some guy yanked the drums out of the ground and hauled them to the street where he threw the contents in the back of a garbage truck. That’s when every dog in the neighborhood started barking.
GREENFIELD – The stress and expense of back-to-school shopping will be eased a bit next week with a free community event serving up supplies, food and fun.
GREENFIELD – This marks the final week to view the 2022 Will Vawter Juried Exhibit, capping off a season celebrating Hoosier works and Greenfield’s artistic roots.
Meal assistance applications open
Fabric, stationary designer to speak at quilt guild
We may have some budding entrepreneurs among us. We don’t know how. It didn’t come from our gene pool. I take that back. It may have.