NEWS AND TRIBUNE
Meeting set on bridge aesthetics
Officials with the Ohio River Bridges Project will display updated renderings of improved aesthetics that will be part of the Indiana approach to the east-end crossing.
The aesthetic changes will be displayed at a public open house from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 22 at the John Nobel Woods Community Center, 106 N. Fourth St., in Utica.
Visitors may arrive and view the exhibits at any time during the event and will have an opportunity to submit written comments on the aesthetics displays. Project representatives will be available to discuss the aesthetic concepts. No formal presentations will be made.
In June, the Indiana Department of Transportation and City of Jeffersonville agreed to share responsibilities in financing and maintaining additional aesthetic enhancements for the Indiana approaches to the bridges project.
Meet and mingle at library
The New Albany-Floyd County Public Library will host its monthly midday meet and mingle at 11:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 7, in the Strassweg Auditorium, 180 W. Spring St. Learn how to manage diabetes and meal planning from the Joslin Diabetes Center.
For more information, call 812-949-3523.
Kiwanis annual pancake breakfast set
Kiwanis of Historic New Albany is hosting its annual all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9. at the Grand Theater, along Market Street in downtown New Albany.
Tables of 10 are available for $300. Your name will be on a table and you will help support the many charity projects of the club. Individual tickets can be purchased at the door. For more information, call 812-246-6462.
Church histories book available
To celebrate New Albany’s 200th birthday in 2013, a book, “200 Years of Church Histories,” has been prepared to include the New Albany and Floyd County churches and their histories. The book is available for $15 with all profits going to Hope Southern Indiana, formerly Interfaith Community Council.
The books are available at several local businesses: Ben Franklin, J.O. Endris Jewelers, Gallery on Pearl, and Strandz & Threadz. It will also be available during the Harvest Homecoming Festival on Oct. 10-13. The New Albany Bicentennial booth, which will be selling the books, will be located on Pearl Street between Market and Spring Streets.
For further information, call 812-945-1839.
Ask the Doctor Night set
Clark Memorial Hospital will host an Ask the Doctor Night from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7, in the lower-level conference center at the hospital.
Speaking will be Dr. Rif S. El-Mallakh, director of the Mood Disorder Research Program at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Louisville is offering this free event for those who may have questions regarding depression or bipolar illnesses.
For more information, contact Mike Kuhl at 502-635-6142 or Maureen Fifer at email@example.com
Nuts for philanthropy
The women of the Jeffersonville chapter of Tri Kappa, an only-in-Indiana philanthropic organization, are selling nuts and related treats to raise proceeds that will be plowed back into worthwhile causes in Clark County over the next few months.
The 40 women of this active chapter have specialized in selling nuts, pecans in particular, for many years. Most items are priced under $10 per 1-pound bag. To learn about the pecans, black walnuts, cashews, malt balls and other items for sale, contact committee co-chairs Joris Kramer at 812-283-9359 or MaryJo Steed at 812-288-8692. The deadline to place orders is Thursday, Oct. 10; delivery is expected in mid-November.
Town to host workshop
The Sellersburg Town Council will host a special workshop session at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, in Sellersburg’s Town Hall, 316 E. Utica St.
The workshop is in reference to employee health insurance.