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  • 3/27/2018 The election for Loyal Order Of Moose (Men) Officer's for 2018-19 will be held April 4 from noon to 8 p.m. 

    Voting will take place at the Moose Lodge #540, located at 950 Field Drive in Noblesville. 
  • BGCN accepting registrations for spring break programming
    3/2/2018 Registration is now open for the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville spring break programs.
    The Club offers two unique programs for youth to participate in during the break. The attendees must be a member of the Club to take part in either program and both begin March 26 and run through April 6.
    Camp Crosser is an adventurous outdoor program full of high-energy fun and educational experiences at the Club’s 20-acre camp along the White River. The purpose of Camp Crosser is to provide local youth with an opportunity to step outside into nature and experience the adventures it has to offer. Youth will participate in age appropriate activities including fishing, archery, arts and crafts, nature and environmental education, hiking, and camp fire cooking. Two separate week-long sessions are available 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration forms can be found at www.BGCNI.org and turned in at the Club. Available spots are limited and will fill up quickly. 
  • Indiana FFA President is Fishers local
    2/11/2018 Claire Baney became a 2017 graduate from Hamilton Southeastern High School last spring. Now she is the 2017-2018 Indiana FFA State President.
    Baney and her fellow Indiana state officers are currently living in the leadership center together, then all plan to head to Purdue University next year. Baney plans to double major in AG econ and animal sciences.
    Baney joined Hamilton Southeastern’s FFA organization during her freshman year of high school. Baney had no agricultural background before she joined FFA.
    Tom Younts, Hamilton Southeastern FFA chapter advisor, noticed the commitment and excitement Baney had for the organization from the start.
    “She went to it like a duck to water,” Younts said. “She wanted to be involved in everything.”
    Baney competed in multiple FFA contests, specifically speaking competitions, throughout her high school FFA career and earned second and third place awards a few times throughout her time in the organization.
    Now she enjoys her duties as president and informing people about agriculture.
    “People don’t always recognize that agriculture is so important.” Baney said. “It wouldn’t be possible to do what we do everyday without agriculture.”
    Baney wanted to become a state officer for more than one reason.
    “I became really passionate about educating people about agriculture.” Baney said. “I also wanted to continue to build relationships with FFA members too.”
  • 100 + Women looking to grow
    2/1/2018 100 + Women Who Care Hamilton County is looking for new members.
    The club is inviting those interested to attend its Feb. 15 meeting, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Fishers Center at the Hamilton East Public Library, 5 Municipal Drive.
    The organization meets for an hour four times per year.
  • 1/28/2018 The Noblesville Lions Club will play host to its first Dodgeball tournament, noon March 10, at the Ivy Tech College Gym, 300 N. 17th St.
    Proceeds will be used to support programs for the blind and for leader dogs. 
    Registration for the eight-member teams is currently under way. Six players participate at one time, with two players acting as substitutes. Teams, which may be co-ed, are encouraged to form and register as soon as possible so that T-shirts may be ordered.
    Teams pay an entry fee of $80, or $10 per team member. The fees will cover the expenses of T-shirts with names or logos and medals for the winning and runner-up teams. 
  • The circus is coming to Sheridan
    1/16/2018 

    SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Kiwanis Club is entering the planning stage of their undertaking to bring the Cullpepper & Merriweather Circus to Sheridan for the entertainment and enjoyment of all.

    The circus will be in town May 24 and tickets will be available from any Kiwanis member. In addition to Kiwanis members, the club is hoping to have several other volunteers from the community roll up their sleeves and help out.

  • 12/20/2017 

    NOBLESVILLE – The Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville recently received a $50,000 grant from the Hirst Family Charitable Fund, a fund of Legacy Fund. The grant is intended to support the Club’s mission and goals in 2018.

    With the support of the Hirst Family Charitable Trust, the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville will be able to continue to broaden its reach to serve more of the community’s youth.

  • 12/9/2017 

    Need something to do between the holidays this year? Are you are interested in 4-H but have some questions? Do you want to enroll in 4-H but don’t know how? Would you like to pick up your project manuals?  Then come to the Open House  9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 28, at the Purdue Extension Hamilton County office on the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, 2003 Pleasant St., Noblesville.

    Jan. 15 is the final day for Hamilton County youth to enroll online in the 4-H Program for 2018. 

  • 11/17/2017 

    Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville's Club Kids are on a mission to support community food pantries this holiday season by “Stuffing Da Bus” with needed goods.

    Members of BGCN’s Torch and Keystone Clubs are asking businesses and organizations for their support to help out the Noblesville Township Trustees Office and Angels Attic in Arcadia during their busiest seasons.  Club members want to make the process as easy as possible so options are available.

  • 11/14/2017 

    ARCADIA – Members of the Hamilton Heights High School’s Key Club celebrated community service with members from across the nation during Key Club Week, held every first full week in November.

    This year also marks the 10th year that the Heights’ Key Club has been making a difference in the community.

    The Heights club was formed in 2007 and has 95 members.

    Key Club is an international, student-led organization that offers its members opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. It is the largest high school service organization in the world with hundreds of chapters in 38 countries

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