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February 25, 2009

Community calendar for Feb. 25

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Call 482-2396 or 436-7098 for more information or to register.



Garden Club meets, announces grants

The Village Garden Club will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 3, in the Hussey Room of the Hussey Mayfield Memorial Public Library. The program will feature slides of spring and summer wildflowers, presented by the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society. Guests are welcome.

In addition, the 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.



4-H scholarship deadline is March 1

Boone County 4-H members who are seniors in high school are reminded that all 4-H scholarship applications are due in the Extension Office no later than Sunday, March 1. Applications may be obtained from the Extension Office, 1300 East 100 South, Lebanon, and on its Web site, www.ibccn.org/ces. Call Tony Carrell at (765) 482-0750 for more information.



Order Easter eggs now

Psi Iota Xi, a local volunteer organization, is taking orders for chocolate Easter eggs now. Each egg is handmade using four ounces of peanut butter, maple cream or butter cream, then covered with milk chocolate. The eggs are $2.50 each. Each egg is individually wrapped for gift giving. Call Kristen Woodworth at 873-0966 to place your order by Tuesday, March 3.



The deadline for Community Calendar announcements is 5 p.m. Fridays for the following week’s publication. Boone County-related announcements will run at least once, and may run additional times, if space provides. If a specific date for the announcement to run is preferred, it should be so noted with the announcement at the time of submission.

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