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Sanctuary clubs to combine for a meeting

GREENFIELD – Hancock County and Shelby County Sanctuary Clubs will join for a dinner date and ladies night on April 20 at the Blue Bird Restaurant in Morristown. Cocktail begins at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. Reserve a seat by April 13 with Jim Vosmek, 317-442-2696 or [email protected]

Hancock County Leadership Alumni Event Package

GREENFIELD – The annual Hancock County Leadership Alumni Event will be held April 6 from 2-4 p.m. at Wooden Bear Brewing, 21 E. North St., Greenfield. Tickets are $25 and include pizza and beer. Reservations must be made at [email protected]

Planned Trivia Charity Events

GREENFIELD – Greenfield Elks will host two trivia events this weekend, benefiting local charities.

A trivia night at 5:30 p.m. on April 2 benefits the Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen and will include a pulled pork barbecue dinner with coleslaw. Teams of 2-10 people cost $10 per person at the door, with $10 per team going into a winner-takes-all pot.

Two events on April 3 will benefit the Michael George Fund for Special Educational Needs. “Milkshakes for Michael” is from 2-4 p.m.; gifts of free will are accepted. Harry Potter Trivia is from 4-6 p.m. and cheeseburger dinner baskets will be served. The cost is $5 per person; The Michael George Fund is named after Mayor Chuck Fewell’s grandson, Michael, who loved milkshakes and Harry Potter. More information can be found on the Greenfield Elks Facebook page; donations can also be mailed to the Michael George Fund at 820 S. State St., Greenfield.

Downtown Greenfield Chamber Lunch topic

GREENFIELD– The Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce will showcase Greenfield Main Street at a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 5.

Guest speaker Debra Smith of Greenfield Main Street will talk about the organization and what’s going on in downtown Greenfield. The event will take place at NineStar Connect, 2243 E. Main St., Greenfield. The cost is $15 per person. To learn more or to register, visit

Herbal Society Greek Cooking Demonstration Set

GREENFIELD — Learn to cook with Greek herbs at a demonstration April 7 by the Hancock County Herb Society.

The program is presented by Ellen Manolopoulos and will feature several Greek dishes. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. at Lizabuth Ann’s Kitchen, located behind the James Whitcomb Riley Boyhood Home, 250 W. Main St., Greenfield. Light refreshments will be served; Meetings are free and open to the public. For more information call 317-326-2274 or visit

DAR welcomes a new member

KNIGHTSTOWN — Charlotte Hosman was welcomed as the newest member of the Major Hugh Dinwiddie chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution when the group reunited in March.

The meeting also included a discussion on where to place the flags this spring and a slide presentation on the 1902 smallpox pandemic in Knightstown. The group’s next meeting will be at 1 p.m. on April 2 at the historic Knightstown Inc. in the town square.

Retired teachers learn about mental health fund

GREENFIELD — Representatives from the Hancock Health Foundation and Healthy 365 spoke with retired Hancock County teachers at the group’s meeting in March about an initiative to raise $3.5 million to create a endowment to fund mental health and addictions assistance in the county. Call the foundation’s office at 317-468-4106 for more information.

Hancock County Retired Teachers meet the second Wednesday of May, September and November for lunch at 11 a.m. at Nameless Creek Youth Camp near Greenfield. For more information send an e-mail [email protected]

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