We want to thank all who came to our 50th wedding anniversary and made it a perfect success.
Love you all,
Bill & Kay Beadle
R.U.S.H., Rushville United Santa Helpers, formally Toys for Tots, would like to thank everyone for contributing monetary donations and or toys for the 2013 Christmas season.
By contributing to this organization, we were able to collect over $12,000 which allowed us to serve 278 children and assist 122 families. The Legion Riders and Eagle Riders have worked diligently during 2013 collecting money in order to assist children and families. This journey has been an exciting and rewarding experience for all involved.
We would like to take this opportunity to announce that the Legion Riders will not be handling this fundraiser in 2014. If you are interested in taking over this organization in 2014, please contact Carla Sharpe at 765-561-5080 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Carla Sharpe, Bill Alsman, Becky McDonald, Kirk and Linda Wildey, Patty Owens, Danny Matney, Billy and Amy Hornaday, and John McDonald
“My home.” Just two words so small and simple that they are some of the first a child learns. Your home is the center of your world, the base from which you dream your dreams, raise your family and build a life that is so much more than the sum of its parts.
But “home” does not appear to mean as much to the folks on the Rush County Zoning Board or the Mayor of Rushville, for they have sold out their constituents to a Big Business that resides outside of our county borders. By voting 3-2 to establish a trash relay station near the property of Rush County residents, who have spent years building their lives and establishing their homes in the neighborhood, the Zoning Board and Mayor have disappointingly closed their eyes to the importance of home and family in favor of more tempting promises of revenues from outside vendors.