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Putnam Patter for Aug. 4, 2010

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Extra patrols at new four-way stop

The Greencastle Police Department plans in the near future to have extra patrols when new four-way stop at S.R. 240 and Zinc Mill Road.

Questions can be directed to the GPD at 653-2925.

Sharing foreign experiences

Sarah Myers, a junior at Ball State University and rural Fillmore resident, studied in London, England for a semester last year.

She will share her experiences on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, Greencastle.

All are invited.

The church is located at 110 S Indiana Street in Greencastle, across from the Greencastle Fire Station.

Call 653-3146 or e-mail fccdoc@cinergymetro.net for more information.

Fall Fish Fry set for Saturday

The Cunot Community Lions Club will host their annual Fall Fish Fry at the Cunot Community Building in Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Cost is $7 for adults and $3.50 for children under 12. Drinks are included in the meal price; desserts will be available for an additional charge.

Dine-in or carryout will be available.

BCB playing for Boy Scouts Sunday

The Brazil Concert Band, under the direction of Matthew S. Huber, proudly salutes "The Boy Scouts of America" 8 p.m. Sunday Aug. 8 at the Forest Park Band Shell or Pavilion if rain.

The BCB honors Boy Scouts of all ages as they celebrate the 100th anniversary of scouting with works such as "Trooping of the Colors" by Fred Jewell, "Third Alarm" by Edwin Franko Goldman, "Light Cavalry Overture" by von Suppe and John Philip Sousa's march "The Boy Scouts of America."

The BCB invites all Boy Scouts, past and present, to attend this special edition presentation.

John Boyd, who recently retired as Director of Bands, professor of music and coordinator of the Wind/Percussion Division at Indiana State University, will guest conduct "First Suite in E Flat for Military Band" by Gustav Holst in a new edition by Boyd's musical colleague, the late Frederick Fennell.

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