Community Calendar, May 1, 2013

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Spring Valley quilters to  meet


The Spring Valley Quit Guild’s next meeting is scheduled for May 1.

Nationally known artist, quilter and fabric designer Deb Strain will be featured at the next meeting of the Spring Valley Quilt Guild.

Strain designs fabrics for MODA Fabric Co., and many quilters have used and enjoyed her fabric designs. Deb plans a trunk show and will have items for sale that represent various aspects of her artistry and quilt work.

Members and guests are advised that the location of this meeting has been moved to the Conservation Building inside Falls Park in Pendleton. The Conservation Building is located on the right after driving east through the park and under the railroad overpass. Adequate parking is available.

The meeting will commence at the regular 6 p.m.

Designed using a “Quarter Log Cabin” block, the guild’s 2013 Raffle Quilt is now complete.

Worked in vivid batik fabrics, this handsome quilt will be raffled at the Quilts in the Park Quilt Show in September. Included in the raffle this year is a hand-crafted quilt rack that holds three quilts. The rack is constructed only of native Indiana poplar and hackberry stock in a heart motif using pegged construction. Packets of chances on the combination quilt and quilt rack raffle will be distributed to members at this meeting.

Guests are welcome at Spring Valley meetings, and this meeting is recommended for would-be quilters and quilt lovers.

Pickles, plants and more for sale


The Trinity Life Center, located at Ind. 38 and 13, will be selling Brawner’s geraniums and Sechlers pickles from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. May 3-4. Food and flea market booths will also be part of the sale.

Call 765-534-4171 for more details.

Museum plans  noodle dinner


The Pendleton Historical Museum will conduct its annual Chicken and Noodle Dinner from 4-7 p.m. at the Community Building in the Park Friday, May 3.

The tickets are $7 per person and include chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, dessert and drink.

Tickets may be purchased in advance from any board member or at the door. Carryout is available.

Sorority supports ACS through sale


Psi Phi Chapter of Kappa Delta Phi will be sponsoring a food booth from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. during the Highway 38 Sale May 3 - 4.

They will be located inside the New Beginnings Church on Ind. 38 in Markleville.

Proceeds from the food sale will go to the Chapter’s Relay for Life Team, “KDP Psi Phi Sisters & Friends” to benefit the ACS.

Highway 38 sale spots available


The public may obtain a spot for the Highway 38 Sale at Markleville Park at a cost of $10.

For more details or to secure a space, call Betty Weist at 765-623-3553.

Jazz cafe planned


The public is invited to join the South Madison Community School Corp. band boosters and family for their annual Jazz Cafe Concert and Silent Auction.

PHHS doors open at 6 p.m. Friday, May 3. All-You-Can-Eat Papa Johns pizza, breadsticks, salads, drinks and desserts will be served at 6:30 p.m.

Adult tickets are $8, and tickets for performing students and children nine and younger are $5.

The Pendleton Jazz Bands and the Director’s Band will entertain while people dine and shop.

Auction items include original art, food certificates, manicures, gym memberships, oil changes and car items, along with edible and other themed baskets.

Proceeds support the 400 children in the band programs at the middle and high schools.

Art show May 3


The Pendleton Artists Society has scheduled a Members Show Opening Reception from 7-9 p.m. May 3.

The events, which will cost a $5 donation at the door, will be located at Fall Creek Gallery, 136 W Water St. The Gallery will be open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. May 3-4.

Also, the next PAS meeting is scheduled at 7 p.m. May 6 at the same location.

Markleville market set to open


The Markleville Farmers Market has scheduled its Market and Plant Sales from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 4 and Saturday, May 18.

The regular weekly market will begin Saturday, June 1.

Vendors can be set up in the shade of the shelter house at the Markleville Community Park on Ind. 38 (1 mile east of Ind. 109) with plenty of free parking and restrooms available.

The market allows only local vendors offering locally grown produce, herbs, plants, baked goods, handmade craft items, soaps, honey and more.

Vendor applications can be obtained by contacting Cindy Keaton at 765-533-3154.

Visit Facebook at Markleville Farmers Market for the most up to date info on vendors and offerings as well as pictures and scheduled events coming this season.

Lapel Show Choir concert scheduled


The 41-member Lapel High School Show Choir and the 50-member Middle School Show Choir will combine to present a spring concert titled “Light Up The World” at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 4, in the school auditorium.

This year-end show will feature a variety of fun music and high-energy choreography.

The Broadway show tunes, “Razzle Dazzle” and “All For The Best,” will be mixed with some current pop favorites such as “Rolling In The Deep” and “What Makes You Beautiful,” and even a bit of legitimate concert music.

Sparkling, classy outfits and unique costumes will be part of the show.

The novelty number “Men In Tights” has been brought back from the 2000 Variety Show to add some comedy. A three-minute slide show of the recent Show Choir Spring Tour will highlight some moments from the choir’s trip to Sheridan High School, Walkerton Elementary School and Conrady Jr. High School in Chicago.

Next year’s new show choir members also will be introduced.

In addition to performing two numbers on its own, the Pendleton Middle School Show Choir will join the Pendleton Heights High School Show Choir for a few songs.

The high school show choir is directed by Jeannine Terhune and the choreographers are Damon Brown and Ron Morgan. The middle school show choir is directed by Jeannine Terhune and Jill Guion with choreography by Hannah Webster.

Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.

Sponsors should present their complimentary passes for free admission.

Immediately following the show, the audience is invited to join the show choir members in the commons for punch and cookies

Daybreak church hosts lunch, music


Daybreak Community Church in Lapel is planning a public meal at noon Sunday, May 5.

The menu will include pulled pork.

There will be a Blue Grass jam session following the meal from 1-4 p.m.

An at-will offering will be taken.

Outfitters Time for Change


Students at Maple Ridge, East and Pendleton elementary schools, and PES-Intermediate school will participate in Outfitters “Time for Change” May 6-17.

Containers will be placed in each classroom and students will compete against other classrooms to see who can collect the most money.

The classroom raising the highest amount in each building will be awarded with a pizza party.

All proceeds will be used by Outfitters to fulfill the missions of “Clothing children-changing lives.” Visit for additional information.

American Legion events


The Pendleton American Legion will play host to the Philo-Beddoe Band, with no cover May 7.

Two dollar domestic beers will be available that evening.

The Legion also will conduct a no cover, open-to-the-public event May 10, when the FM 90 Band will visit.

Large trash day May 7, 8


Bestway Disposal will pick up large trash items within the Town of Pendleton May 7 and 8.

Items must be taken to the curb and ready for pick up prior to the morning of regular trash day. Items that Bestway cannot pick up include: tires; items that contain or have at any time contained freon; hazard materials, such as paint, cleaners and chemicals; electronics; construction materials such as drywall boards, shingles and loose lumber; tree limbs, sod, brush or rocks.

Comfort Keepers plan meal


The Christian Women’s Fellowship (C.W.F.) “Comfort Keepers” of the East Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Markleville will have their monthly “God Abundance Meal” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 8 in the lower fellowship hall of the church.

The menu includes chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce, dessert and drink with a free will offering accepted.

The East Christian Church is located at 124 E. Main St. (on Ind. 38), in Markleville and is handicap accessible.

There will be carry outs available, shut ins or a small businesses in the immediate area that would like a carry out delivered, call the Church 765-533-4996 on day of the meal or Diane at 765-533-2330 ASAP. For more details, call Diane.


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