A summer camp for children with cancer will be held from July 27 through Aug. 1. (Image: Little Red Door Cancer Agency)Little Red Door Cancer Agency is hosting Camp Little Red Door, a five-day summer camp for children with cancer. The camp will be held from July 27 through Aug. 1 at Bradford Woods in Martinsville, Ind. The registration deadline is June 13, 2014.Any child 8-18 years old with cancer or in remission living in Indiana is eligible to attend. One sibling/friend per patient is welcome to attend, if space allows. The camp is Indiana’s oldest camp for children with cancer.The camp will include swimming, canoeing, fishing, archery, camp fires, arts and crafts and more! An experienced medical staff will be onsite 24 hours a day. The Robert T. Grand Leadership Academy, open to previous campers at least 16 years-old, will be held July 25 through July 27.The cost is $25 per camper and $50 per sibling/friend. Financial assistance is available. You can download the application at www.littlereddoor.org/camp or call (317) 925-5595.Established in 1945, Little Red Door Cancer Agency works to reduce the physical, emotional and financial burdens of cancer for medically underserved residents of central Indiana by providing free client services, cancer screenings and education.News Release
The Ripley Ohio Dearborn Special Olympics delegation held their Ninth Annual Achievement Banquet at The Kenneth L. Diver American Legion Post #337-Sunman on Saturday, August 9th. The theme was Celebrating INvincability. This was a celebration for the 2013-2014 program year.Former Sports Director Steve Sassaman was presented an award for his dedication and service to The ROD Delegation; Indiana Mentor, Versailles State Park, and South Ripley Schools with Brenda Stimple were awarded for their work with The Annual Polar Plunge.The following were awarded for 5 years with volunteering for Special Olympics: Heather Carr, Nate Greer, Pauline Doane, Tim Paul, Gary Johnson, and Clint & Jenny Eldridge.The following were awarded for 10 years with volunteering for Special Olympics: Terry & Tim Adams, Steve & Maria Sassaman, and Cheryl Shuman.The Special Olympics Friends Award was presented to The Lawrenceburg Track Team with Coach Tully Anderson.The Athletic Award Winners.Butterfly Award: Brooke Nuhring, Alex Kieffer, and Bobby Seevers.Volunteer of the Year: Heather Carr-Sunman.Family of the Year: The Eldridge Family-Manchester.Coach of the Year: Lyndsay Laub-Lawrenceburg.Athlete of the Year: Becky Cashman-Rising Sun.
St. Nicholas takes 2 matches for the 7/8 grades at Milan Middle School on Thursday, August 28.The 7th grade won in 2 sets.8th grade also won in 2 sets with scores of 25-11 and 25-20.Both 7/8 grade St. Nick teams are now 4-0 in regular season.
BATESVILLE, Ind. – Several schools and organizations are holding events in honor of Veterans Day.A ceremony was held Monday honoring Purple Heart recipient Carl Schwier. The World War II veteran served in Europe and was a member of the American Legion Post #337 in Sunman. He passed away on June 23, 2014.The ceremony at the Ripley County Courthouse Annex and was attended by family along with State Representative Randy Frye (R-Greensburg).Batesville Middle School is hosting a Veterans Day program in the gym Tuesday morning. The event is open to the public including veterans and registration begins at 8:30 a.m.(Image: Michelle Ohlmansiek/Twitter)Teacher Lisa Barnett told us there are 83 veterans who have preregistered for the program.Brookville Elementary, Brookville Middle School, Laurel School, Mt. Carmel School and Franklin County High School are also hosting Veterans Day events Tuesday.A World War II tribute program will be held in Metamora at 7 p.m. Friday. It is sponsored by Historic Metamora Inc., Brookville VFW Post 2014 and Metamora Performing Arts (MPA). The program will be held at the MPA Opry Barn.
The Milan Lady Indians were 9-2 victors against The South Ripley Lady Raiders in Varsity Softball play.Milan vs. SR Softball (5-13)Courtesy of Indians Coach Eric Widener.
The SR Varsity Raiders Volleyball lost their first match of the season with a tough loss at Austin against The Lady Eagles.The Raiders took the first game 25-18, but serve receive and service errors dictated the outcome of the next three sets with scores of 25-19, 25-16, and 27-25.Stat leaders: Kiley Sparks: 20/23 attacking with 12 kills, Mercedes Bowling 8/9 attacking with 5 kills, Toria Tucker 19/20 attacking with 4 kills, Laken Farrell 12/14 attacking with 2 kills, Elizabeth Bodenberg 40/40 sets with 15 assists, Kayla King 25/28 sets with 8 assists, Julie Rea 9/11 sets with 3 assists.“It was a tough loss but we learned hard lessons tonight”. “They understand now how important serving and serve receive are”. “We hope to bounce back Friday night when we have our home opener against county rival JCD.” Lady Raiders Coach Robyn Greiwe.
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — A Union County woman was injured in a single vehicle accident in Franklin County on Monday.The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call on St. Mary’s Road near the intersection with Pipe Creek Rd regarding a single vehicle accident.According to police, Beverly Froman, 67, of Liberty was traveling south on St. Mary’s Road.As she was negotiating a curve in the roadway, she saw an oncoming large truck.Froman stated that she applied the brakes, which caused her to lose control of her vehicle due to the wet roadway.Froman’s car went off the east side of the roadway, striking an embankment and a tree.Froman was transported to Margaret Mary Health in Batesville for treatment of her injuries.
The Batesville High School Girl’s Swim team opened their season winning seven events helping them earn the top spot in a triangular meet against South Dearborn and Switzerland County. Batesville scored 137 points while South Dearborn and Switzerland County scored 106 and 50, respectively.The women opened the meet finishing first and second in the 200 medley relay. Freshman Sonja Gaulin took first place in the 200-freestyle (2:28.57) and 100-freestyle (1:10.22). Junior Kate Poltrack also won two events including the 50 (29.85) and 500 (6:36.41). Event winning performances were capped off by the 200 Free Relay team and an individual win from Senior Audra Brewer in the 100 (1:20.49) Breaststroke.Girls Swimming returns to action with a meet at New Castle Thursday evening.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Greg McMullen.
January 2, 2018 Police Blotter010218 Batesville Police Blotter010218 Decatur County EMS Report010218 Decatur County Fire Report010218 Decatur County Jail Report010218 Decatur County Law Report
Promoted Content6 Unusual Facts About Bollywood, Pollywood And Tollywood7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World Read Also: Valencia plot move for Man City’s playmaker “Nobody wants to see the Ryder Cup played without the fans being there,” said Harrington. “There’s no doubt that it makes the tournament so much better. “I think the common consensus now is the Ryder Cup will not be played unless the fans are there. “Non-golfers and golfers around the world watch the Ryder Cup because of the tension that’s created by the spectators.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 PGA chief executive Seth Waugh has said his organisation is studying the feasibility of staging this year’s Ryder Cup without fans in light of the coronavirus pandemic.Waugh told New York’s WFAN radio that while a Ryder Cup without spectators was “hard to imagine,” PGA officials were looking to see if the event could be held with “virtual fans.”US captain Steve Stricker (L) and Europe skipper Padraig Harrington (R) could battle for the Ryder Cup before empty galleries This year’s Ryder Cup — the hotly contested biennial team competition that pits the United States against Europe — is due to be held at Whistling Straits, Wisconsin from September 25-27. Raucous, partisan crowds are integral to the febrile spectacle of Ryder Cup competition, but COVID-19 could ensure that this year’s competition takes place before empty galleries. “It’s hard to imagine one without fans,” Waugh told WFAN. “We have begun to talk about whether you could create some virtual fan experience, and we’re going to try to be as creative as we can. “It’s (still) to be determined, frankly, whether you could hold it without fans or not… the fans are the Ryder Cup, to a certain degree.” Europe’s Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington said earlier this month the event should be scrapped if fans are ordered to stay away. Loading…