Zionsville Times Sentinel


February 11, 2009

Community calendar for Feb. 11


Ridgeway and Johnson return to Zionsville

They’re back. Ridgeway & Johnson, Grand Illusion & Escape Show returns to the Zionsville Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27. This year’s show will feature the only 747 Jet Turbine illusion touring in the Western Hemisphere. Advance tickets are $10 and available at Marsh’s Boone Village and Michigan Road locations. Tickets are $12 at the door. This entertaining, fun family night will benefit the instrumental programs at Zionsville Community High School. A coffee house in the ZCHS cafeteria will follow the show and feature live music. Call Ann at 733-0229 or visit www.zboponline.com for more information.

Village Garden Club announces grants program

The Village Garden Club is accepting applications for grants of up to $250 for the beautification of public areas in Zionsville. Contact Marcia Meury, club president, at 873-9274 by Feb. 28.

Workshops help youth groups apply for grants

Youth as Resources, a program of United Way of Central Indiana, is accepting grant applications now through Monday, March 15 for community service projects designed and managed by Boone County youth groups. Grants of up to $1,200 will be funded. Additional grants for health and fitness projects are available through Fit City Youth Campaign. And a new Safe Student initiative addressing teen suicide, dating violence, drinking and driving and Internet safety is being funded by Fox 59 and the McCormick Foundation.

Information about the application process and project funding will be provided at one remaining workshop, 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, Boone County REMC, 1207 Indianapolis Ave., Lebanon. Call Amy Hammerle at (765) 482-9014 for more information or e-mail her at amy.hammerle@uwci.org.

Sheriffs’ Association scholarships available

Sheriff Ken P. Campbell is pleased to announce that the Indiana Sheriffs’ Association will award college scholarships to qualified high school seniors who will, or college students who are pursuing a degree in criminal justice studies. Approximately 40 $500 scholarships will be awarded to qualifying students throughout the state.

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