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Activity tonight

October 31, 2014

The Blue & Gold After School program will be hosting Blue & Gold's Got Talent at 8:00 p.m. It is a take from the TV show America's Got Talent.
It will be held at 106 N Main Street in Bourbon. Any student in 3rd - 12th grade is eligible to compete. There will be cash prizes consisting of $100-first place, $50-2nd place, $25-3rd place, which will be decided by 4 judges, 2 in-house and 2 leaders in the community.
B&G is a community outreach of Church of the Heartland, Bourbon.
If you have any questions call 574-780-4878.

Bourbon Halloween Party

October 28, 2014

BOURBON — The Bourbon Park and Bourbon's Lions Club invite the public to join them on Friday Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m. (following trick-or-treating) at the Bourbon Park for a Halloween Party.
There will be costume judging, games and refreshments. Jack-o-lanterns will also be judged. Categories are: vampires, monsters, witches/ warlocks, cartoons/ nursery rhymes, Disney characters, groups/ couples and miscellaneous. Age categories are 4-6 yrs, 7-10 yrs, 11-14 yrs and 15 and up.

Triton 51st Jr. Miss

October 14, 2014

BOURBON — The Triton Jr. Miss program is celebrating 51 years. This years theme is “Super Heroes” on Saturday Oct. 18. at 7 p.m.
Kevin Boyer will return as host for the night in Triton High School Auditorium. There are seven contestants competing for the title of the 2015 Triton Jr. Miss/ DYW.
The Jr. Miss program is full of scholarship opportunities for high school senior girls. Since its beginning Jr. Miss has awarded young women scholarships for their academic and on stage performances.

Weekend happenings

September 30, 2014

Gospel Concert
TIPPECANOE — The Nelons at Riverview Community Church Friday, Oct. 3, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
The Nelons’ take vocal excellence -- the sound of a soaring soprano and smooth alto with an intertwining tenor – and add in the tight family harmony. Focused and grounded in the Word of God, the Nelons say, “We know that we are nothing apart from the grace of God, and want to share His gospel with whomever God allows, bringing more worshippers to our Great God!”

Fish and Pancakes at Potawatomi Wildlife Park

September 19, 2014

TIPPECANOE — It was a chilly morning at Potawatomi Wildlife park Saturday morning. But that didn’t stop visitors from stopping by for a plate of all-you-can-eat pancakes and fishing.
The park hosted their 22nd annual fishing derby between 8 a.m. and noon. The ponds at the park are usually no fishing areas but this one day a year it’s non stop fishing (catch and release for most fish). Many families participate year after year but newcomers are always welcome.
“It’s not really a fundraiser,” explained Michael Stephan, park director. “It is really more of a friend-raiser.”

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