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Foundation gets all fired up
A new program from the Lilly Endowment is giving the Jennings County Community Foundation (JCCF) fuel to reach its goal of $6 million in assets.
And in turn, the Lilly program is providing the best reason to make a donation to the local Foundation this fall.


Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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"Mixed Nuts" this weekend



ALS Ice water bucket...



Tie dyed fun

Splatter Our Community 5K run to be held Saturday already attracts over 500 participants


Fire destroys CSL house...



Michael Miller, left, as Michael Caldwell is confronted by his fruity landlord, played by Tim Henry, in a scene from the comedy "Mixed Nuts."


NEWS
United Way starts new campaign, lowers goal



• Animal Shelter to get addition
• Nonprofit group helps older Jennings workers get back into workforce
• 3 jailed, 4th suspect flees during bust

OBITUARIES
Mary Pearl Fussell, 95, Dove-Sharp & Rudicel Funeral Home and Cremation Services



• Kenneth Andrew "Kenny" McAdams, 65, Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home
• Rev. Garland L. Rudd, 88, Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home
• Shirley J. Donahue, 73, Barkes, Weaver & Glick Funeral Home

SPORTS

Bulldogs squash Panthers, 29-14

Penalties at crucial times got the best of the Jennings County High School football team as they picked up their second loss of the season, 44-19, against Hoosier Hills Conference rivals New Albany.
New Albany quarterback Zach Donan came ready to play and in the first period alone he rushed a total of 22 yards within a three -minute span of the first quarter to give his team a 13-0 lead. Not to be outdone, Panther quarterback Connor Byram found paydirt from one yard out at the 3:31 point of the first period. Julian Johns had an 84-yard kick-off return for a touchdown to end the first quarter scoring for the Bulldogs.
The big story for the Panthers was penalties. While New Albany had 46 yards in penalties, the Panthers had accumulated 63 yards.


• MEET THE 2014 VOLLEYBALL TEAM
• Let's hear it for the return of the boys
• KDH ready for annual Fun Run

Editor's Notebook

Politics and Esther Williams

There was a funeral last week in North Vernon, closing a fascinating chapter in local history. Family and friends gathered to honor Elsie Marie Reeves Clarkson, who died Sept. 1 at the age of 93.
She hadn't lived in Jennings County for decades, but Elsie visited often and had plenty of family here. Thus the reason for her funeral and burial here.
"She was a good woman and a great mother," her son, Bill Clarkson, told me. "She always made each of us kids feel special and somehow did it so we were never jealous of each other."
Born and raised in Commiskey, Elsie was the daughter of Walter and Lottie Rogers Reeves.


• Honor Flight for veteran
• A journeyman bass player
• Cemetery boss: 'We care'

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Riding high at St. Mary's
Addison Ray, 4, is all smiles as she rides the kiddie helicopters at St. Mary's Parish Festival Saturday. The three-day event drew a big crowd to the Catholic church campus where people also enjoyed live music, food and beverages.-Staff Photo by Bryce Mayer

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