Greensburg Community Bread of Life poised to expand with building purchase

first_imgGreensburg, In. — The Greensburg Community Bread of Life Board of Directors are pleased to announce the purchase of the Meyer Building directly behind our current location. Bread of Life has been looking to expand for some time, and we were thrilled to have the opportunity to acquire a location so close to our long-term home at 700 East Randall Street. The new building will provide immediate storage relief for the thousands of pounds of food rescued by the organization every month.In 2011, Bread of Life partnered with Gleaners Food Bank, allowing the organization to receive donations of excess food that might otherwise go to waste from local businesses such as Walmart, Aldi, and Thrive Market. Bread of Life also regularly utilizes unused food from Greensburg Community Schools, KB Foods, Pizza Hut, and Subway in the service of our clients. We are extraordinarily blessed to live in such a generous community, where we receive such an incredible level of support.The purchase of the Meyer Building is a critically important step in the advancement of the mission of Bread of Life, which is to fight hunger in our community by providing a free, nutritious meal to anyone in need; provide a safe haven, where all are free of judgment; and help those in need, in the hope that they will in turn give back to the community. “We left it in God’s hands to meet our needs and He never disappoints when you wait on His guidance. We are so thankful!” states Melissa Foist, Executive Director of Bread of Life.If you would like to support the Greensburg Community Bread of Life, we always accept donations of both food and cash, and are always in need of volunteers to help prepare and serve meals. Contact Executive Director, Melissa Foist, or Administrative Assistant, Kristin Wolfe, at 812-663-1055.last_img read more

Batesville Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Rising Sun

first_imgAn early lead helped Batesville defeat Rising Sun 8-5 on Saturday. In the top of the first inning, the Bulldogs got on the board first, as they scored on a single by Sam Voegele. Voegele led the Bulldogs on the day in hits going 2 for 3. In the bottom of the first inning, Rising Sun tied things up at one when an error scored one run for the Shiners.Batesville then took the lead in the second inning and did not look back following the solo home run by Lane Oesterling. Ultimately, the Bulldogs notched three more runs in the fourth inning, as Brayden Linkel, Trey Heidlage, and Quinn Werner all contributed in the big inning with RBIs. Halfway through the sixth inning, the Bulldogs were leading 8-2.In the bottom half of the sixth inning, Rising Sun scored three runs, but Batesville was able to hold on to the victory.Riley Zink got the win for the Bulldogs. He lasted three innings, allowing one hit and two runs while striking out four. Shane Meer, Trey Peters, and Caleb Raab all put in work in relief out of the bullpen, steering their team towards the victory. Meer struck out five in two innings, while Raab recorded the last three outs to earn the save for the Bulldogs.Landon Cole took the loss for Rising Sun. He lasted three innings, allowing two hits and four runs while striking out three.The Bulldogs’ win in their season opener makes their record 1-0. Batesville will play Connersville on Monday at Liberty Park to begin conference play.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Justin Tucker.last_img read more

Audrey Ann (Willen) Luhrsen

first_imgAudrey Ann (Willen) Luhrsen, 83, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Saturday, March 30, 2019, in Rising Sun, IN.She was born Thursday, June 6, 1935 in Lawrenceburg, IN, daughter of the late Bernard and Marie Willen.She graduated from Lawrenceburg High School in 1953 then attended Nursing School at Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing in Cincinnati, Ohio, graduating in August 1956. Audrey worked as a Registered Nurse at Good Sam Hospital and with local Lawrenceburg doctors until her marriage in June of 1960 to Donald Luhrsen of Aurora. Audrey embraced military life as a spouse of an Air Force Officer, becoming involved in many clubs throughout their 20 years of service. She went back to nursing in 1977 at several nursing homes in Texas and Florida before returning home to Aurora in 1996. She was a member of the Indiana Nurses Association.Audrey loved to sew and work in her flower garden, especially her rose bushes. She was also an avid reader and enjoyed crossword puzzles. Audrey also loved traveling, she especially enjoyed Alaska and Europe. She not only spent every minute that she could with her 3 granddaughters and great grandsons, but she treasured every moment as well.Audrey is survived by her sons, Doug (Nan) Luhrsen of O’ Fallon, IL, Greg Luhrsen of Bennington, IN; granddaughters, Cassie Luhrsen, Brooke (Brett) Muenchow, Megan (Joe) Mueller; great-grandchildren, Preston & Tucker Mueller; sister, Joan (Vic) Grieve of Aurora, IN; sister-in-law, Linda Luhrsen Farmer of Aurora, IN.She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Luhrsen, parents, Bernard and Marie Willen, sisters, Jackie Johnson and Wanda Green.Friends will be received Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 pm at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at 11:00 am,Thursday, at the funeral home with Pastor Tommy Beatley officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Association. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

Mayor makes proclamation for Prostate Awareness Month

first_imgBatesville, IN—FROM THE OFFICE OF THE MAYORExecutive OrderPROCLAMATIONTo All To Whom These Presents May Come, Greetings: WHEREAS, Prostate cancer is the number one cancer among men, and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths among men in the United States; andWHEREAS, Approximately 180,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year and over 26,000 will die from it; andWHEREAS, Prostate cancer not only affects men but also affects their family and friends; andWHEREAS, Prostate cancer is usually treatable if detected early; andWHEREAS, Early-stage prostate cancer usually has no symptoms; andWHEREAS, Education regarding prostate cancer and early detection strategies is critical to saving lives and preserving and protecting our families and friends; andWHEREAS, all men are at risk for prostate cancer, I encourage the citizens of Batesville to increase the importance of prostate screenings.NOW THEREFORE, I, Mike Bettice, do hereby proclaim September 2019 as:PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS MONTHin the City of Batesville and urge all citizens along with all agencies and organizations to duly note this occasion.IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the City of Batesville, on this 9th day of September.last_img read more

Fire at Brownings Campground contained

first_imgDillsboro, IN—According to the Versailles Fire Department, their firefighters responded to a report of a structure fire in an apartment building at Brownings Campground on Tuesday. The firefighters were able to contain the fire to the attic area of the structure. Versailles Fire responded with two engines, a tanker, and a Command vehicle. Mutual aid was called in from Milan VFD and Osgood VFD. Ripley County EMS was on scene as well on EMS standby. The Red Cross was contacted to assist with the displaced occupants and families.last_img

Lloyd Davidson, age 88 of Brookville

first_imgLloyd B. Davidson, of Brookville, was born on April 3, 1932 in Owsley County, Kentucky, a son to Elisha and Oda McDaniel Davidson. He served his country in the United States Army and later married Zola F. Reese on May 24, 1952 in Connersville. Lloyd worked for 43 years at Philco Ford and was a member of Pipe Creek Freewill Baptist Church. He loved gardening, bird-watching, fishing and playing bluegrass music. On Monday, August 10, 2020 at the age of 88, Lloyd passed away at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana in Columbus.Survivors include; one daughter, Jane (James) Henson of Brookville, and one son, Steve (Levan) Davidson of Dillsboro; 4 grandchildren, Marky Browning, Cathi (Tom) McNees, Themmy Nguyen, and Michelle Davidson; 3 great-grandchildren, Shawn and Tori Browning and Stephen Davidson; 8 step great-grandchildren; one great, great-grandchild, and one brother, Logan (Phyllis) Davidson of Brookville. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife; siblings, Jay, Elmer, and Harley as well as an infant sister, Ruth.Friends may visit with the family on Friday, August 14, 2020 from 11 a.m. until time of service at 1 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery.Due to the COVID-19 precautions and state mandates, all attending will be asked to follow proper social distancing protocol, including wearing a mask. If you are not feeling well, or if you have compromised immune system, you are encouraged to stay home.Memorial contributions can be directed to the family. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal memory please visit The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Lloyd Davidson.last_img read more

Golden Eaglets in Brazil to win — Garba

first_imgRelatedPosts Ex-Falcons, Golden Eaglets coach dies in Osun Breaking: Netherland send Eaglet packing from FIFA U17 World Cup FIFA U17 World Cup: Eaglets to battle Netherlands in last-16 Golden Eaglets coach, Manu Garba, has declared that winning is part of the Nigerian DNA and his young team would, as a result, aim to win a trophy Nigeria has lifted a record five times.Garba, who won the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Championship as head coach of Nigeria, is currently in Brazil with the Golden Eaglets for the 18th edition of the Championships, and has revealed his boys’ readiness to challenge, yet again, for the title they won in 2015.“Everyone should get ready to see a fantastic Nigerian team that play great football and have the trophy in their sights,” coach Manu Garba confidently told“Ecuador, Hungary and Australia are undoubtedly strong teams that we respect, but we are record-breaking world champions and I was involved in two of our title wins.”Garba is a proven veteran at this level, having also served as coach Yemi Tella’s assistant when the Golden Eaglets ruled the world in 2013.“The will to win every game is part of the DNA of every Nigerian team, and my team here in Brazil is no exception,” he said.Samson Tijani is the captain of the team in Brazil and he revealed that he, together with his teammates, believe in the abilities of the coaches to lead them to glory.“Our country’s previous success does not place any pressure on our shoulders at all,” Tijani said.“But the world is naturally expecting a great deal from us, and I’m confident that we’ll be able to follow in the footsteps of our predecessors.“Our coaches have so much experience – not just Garba, but also his assistant, Nduka Ugbade, who led Nigeria to the title for the first time as captain in 1985. They know exactly what we need to do to finish the tournament as champions.” Tags: Golden Eagletslast_img read more

Thierry Henry appointed Montreal Impact head coach

first_imgRelatedPosts Auba strikes 50th Premier League goal Wanyama leaves Tottenham for Montreal Impact EPL: City thump Aston Villa as Aguero surpasses Henry’s record Thierry Henry has been appointed as the new head coach of MLS side Montreal Impact.The 42-year-old, who spent four-and-a-half years with the New York Red Bulls before ending his career in 2014, has signed a two-year deal with the option for an extra 12 months.After agreeing to the move, Henry said: “It’s an honour to coach the Montreal Impact and return to MLS. It’s a league I know well, in which I had some very nice moments.“To be in Quebec, in Montreal, which has an enormous multicultural heritage, it’s extraordinary. I’ve always kept an eye on the club and now I’m here.”Montreal president and CEO Kevin Gilmore: “We are extremely happy to announce the nomination of this legend of the game.“Henry will bring a new energy to our club. He shares our vision to elevate this club and will help us achieve our goals on and off the field.“He is a competitor and a leader who has proven himself at the highest level throughout his career. He now brings these qualities with him to Montreal, a place he wants to be.”After retiring, Henry spent time coaching in Arsenal’s academy and was an assistant to Roberto Martinez with Belgium.He took his first steps into management with Monaco last season but won just four of his 20 matches in charge and was sacked after just three months.Henry, who is the record goalscorer for Arsenal and France, will be presented to the media on Monday.He will officially begin his role in January ahead of the start of the 2020 MLS season a month later. Tags: Montreal ImpactNew York Red BullsThierry Henrylast_img read more

Drinkwater completes Aston Villa move

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater has completed a loan move to Aston Villa until the end of the season. Drinkwater spent the first half of the season on loan at Burnley, but that expired on January 6 and he has now joined Villa after Chelsea agreed to continue to pay a significant proportion of his wages. He will not play against his old club Leicester in Wednesday’s Sky Live Carabao Cup semi-final as he is cup-tied. Drinkwater’s first game in a Villa shirt could be Sunday’s game at home to the champions, Manchester City, which is live on Sky Sports Premier League. Villa had made an approach to Chelsea to take Olivier Giroud on loan for the rest of the season, but competition rules dictate that only one loan is allowed between the same two Premier League clubs, and so – with Giroud hoping to reunite with Antonio Conte at Inter Milan – Dean Smith went for Drinkwater instead. Drinkwater managed less than an hour playing time in the Premier League after joining Burnley in the summer, and an injured ankle meant he missed several weeks of football in September after being attacked by a gang of men outside a Manchester nightclub. Villa are confident Drinkwater is fit and ready to go straight into the first team, to deputise for John McGinn who is out until March with an ankle injury. Drinkwater was a key member of Leicester’s Premier League-winning side in 2015-16 before moving to Chelsea for £35 million in September 2017.Tags: Aston VillaChelseaDanny DrinkwaterManchester Citylast_img read more