Zionsville Times Sentinel


February 11, 2009

Community calendar for Feb. 11


American Legion hosts V-Day party

Zionsville American Legion Post No. 79 will host a Valentine dinner dance Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Post, 9950 E. County Road 600 South Dinner will be served beginning at 6 p.m., followed by dancing to a DJ at 8 p.m. Cost is $5. Everyone is welcome. Call Bobby at 989-3552 for more information.

4-H Spring awards application due

All eligible Boone County 4-H members are encouraged to complete and return the spring awards application to the Extension Office by Feb. 15. A copy of this application was enclosed in the February/March newsletter. The application is also available on the Extension Office web site at www.ibccn.org/ces and can be found on the 4-H page. This application includes the science workshops, State Jr. Leader Conference, 4-H Roundup, State Fair Leadership Conference, as well as other trips and awards. A description of these activities can be found in the 4-H handbook. Contact the Extension office at 765-482-0750 for additional details or another copy of the application.

Tennis Anyone?

The Zionsville Women’s Tennis League announces its doubles only spring 2009 season. The season of two-hour weekly sessions will run on various days and times, by level, between Monday, April 6, and Friday, May 22. The cost is $20 and registration is due by Friday, Feb. 20. Registration forms are available at the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce, 135 S. Elm St. Call 769-1118 for more information.

Tony Dungy to speak at Traders Point Christian Church

Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy and other motivational speakers will deliver talks at “Dare to be Uncommon,” an event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21, at Traders Point Christian Church, 6590 So. Indianapolis Road at I-65 and S.R. 334. Coach Dungy will discuss what it takes to achieve a life of significance and impact, and the uncommon paths that can lead individuals there. Additional speakers include author Stephen Arterburn, who will offer tools to overcome old wounds and “Reframe your Life;” Bill Dallas, a former real-estate developer who spent time in San Quentin prison, who will share principles that help individuals develop character in tough times; and Bill Butterworth, an author who believes that finding personal significance is finding out how we fit into the world. Music will be provided by local Christian singing duo Connersvine, and more workshops are slated for Sunday morning, Feb. 22.

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