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  • 2018 Sheridan Public Library Board
    2/20/2018 Members of the Sheridan Public Library Board of Trustees for 2018 are (L to R) seated, Baylee Murray (ACTS Student member), Loretta Sutherland, president, Lisa Samuels, and Katie Will, treasurer; Standing, Matt Lenseigne, Barb Hybarger, secretary, Jill Bishop, vice president, John Vincent, and Steve Martin, library director. The library board meets monthly on the second Monday at 6 p.m. at the library. The Sheridan Public Library is located at 103 W. First St., Sheridan.
  • JBS United announces rebrand to United Animal Health
    2/17/2018 SHERIDAN – JBS United, Inc., a leader in the animal nutrition and health industry, has announced a rebrand to United Animal Health, Inc. The rebrand includes a new name, logo, look and modernization to the way the company does business.
    United’s new brand allows the company to differentiate themselves in the industry and make a clear distinction amongst other companies doing business with the same JBS initials.
    “We have never had any relationship or connection with JBS USA or JBS S.A., but felt it appropriate to make that abundantly clear by dropping JBS from our name,” said Trent Torrance, chief operating officer.
  • 2018 Boxley Lecture Series features Hoosier Author
    2/10/2018 SHERIDAN – Indiana author Gene Stratton-Porter is set to visit Sheridan Feb. 15.
    Well, sort of.
    Actually the real Stratton-Porter died 94 years ago but her fame lives on through her many writings including the famous “A Girl of the Limberlost”, a standard on any Hoosier reading list.
    Stratton-Porter will be portrayed by Glory-June Greiff. Greiff is a professional narrator, photographer, and a performer of song and story. She is also a public historian and preservation activist who has written approximately 80 successful nominations to the National Register of Historic Places around the state.
  • Sheridan Rotarians learn about new museum
    2/9/2018 SHERIDAN – Sheridan Rotarians welcomed guest speaker Ron Stone to their meeting this past Tuesday evening. Stone is a life-long Sheridan resident and retired Hamilton Heights teacher. Among his many other retirement activities, he is the president of the Sheridan Historical Society. He was invited to Rotary to tell members about the new Sheridan Historical Society museum being created on Main Street. 
    Last fall the Historical Society was able to purchase the motor cycle shop at 315 South Main Street in
    Sheridan. Many older residents will best remember the building as the old Hippodrome Movie Theater or later the old Pickett Five & Dime Store. Stone has taken the lead in remodeling the facility to give the existing museum across the street at 308 South Main Street a new home. The present museum is just too small to contain the expanding museum collection and allow for adequate display space.
  • Story Time at the Library
    2/8/2018 Lindsay Spencer (seated), Children’s Librarian at the Sheridan Public Library and Library Page Piper Zola are working on a Valentine’s Day craft project for story time. The library offers a story time program 11 a.m. every Friday, for children ages 3 to 5. Story time includes a special story read to the children, a craft project and a snack. Caregivers are encouraged to participate to help the young ones with their projects. Reservations for story time are not required but if you have questions, please call (317-758-5201) or visit the library. The library is located at 103 West First Street in beautiful uptown Sheridan, just on the country side of Hamilton County.
  • Sheridan Library offering Winter Reading Club
    2/2/2018 SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Public Library is once again offering customers a chance to sign up for the Winter Reading Club.
    “We have not done the club for the last couple of years because we have had the Bicentennial Reading Club going on year round. We decided to go back to the old format this year because the bicentennial has been celebrated and a winter club has always been a popular activity for our adult readers in the past,” said Steve Martin, library director.
  • Sheridan Coalition Committee working to improve town
    2/1/2018 SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Coalition Committee has become an important part of the community and yet probably most residents have never even heard of it.
    One of its major achievements has been to persuade Dollar General to add a fresh foods section to their store to help fill the food void created when Railer’s went out of business.
    The Coalition was the brain child of Gloria Del Greco, a NEP Community Wellness Coordinator for the Purdue Extension Service. Her office is in Noblesville. Purdue established the Community Wellness Coordinator positions in December of 2015 to help communities make the healthy choice the easy choice.
  • A sign of the times for Sheridan
    1/24/2018 SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Town Council meeting on Monday night was the location for the announcement of the winning entry in the design contest for a new roadside entryway sign for the community. Sheridan Main Street chair Linda Williams told the Council members there were a total of 34 designs submitted and after long and thoughtful consideration the submission by Sheridan resident and architect Parvin Gillim was selected.
    The sign will be constructed on ground donated by First Farmers Bank and Trust at its location on Ind. 38, just on the east edge of the community sometime this summer.
  • Sheridan woman awarded scholarship by Franciscan Auxiliary
    1/24/2018 SHERIDAN – During the Franciscan Health Auxiliary Lafayette's annual membership meeting, Auxiliary member Joyce Dost announced Carrie DeStefano, Schanna Lawinger, Kenosha Payne and Kyla Simmons as the recipients of the Franciscan Health Auxiliary Lafayette scholarships.
  • Tax forms available at Sheridan Library
    1/19/2018 

    SHERIDAN – Tis the season and the Sheridan Public Library will have a limited supply of state and federal tax forms available this year.

    Filing starts Jan. 29 this year, but often times the federal and state forms are sent out late to mid-February or later in many instances.

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