Primer on government is today
Clark County Councilwoman Kelly Khuri will be hosting a monthly series this summer titled “Know Your County Government.”
The first will be 6 to 7:30 p.m. today, June 26, at the Jeffersonville Public Library, 211 E. Court Ave., Jeffersonville.
Chief Probation Officer Henry Ford will present an overview of Clark County Probation and Supervision. He will discuss its vision, structure, direction and future changes as a result of new legislation. Other presenters and topics: Jamie Hayden will discuss the work of Adult Probation. Kathie Danner will discuss the work of Juvenile Probation. Susan Knoebel will discuss the work of the Drug Treatment Court. Steve Mason will discuss the work of Community Corrections to include: Work Release, Home Detention and Day Reporting.
The second in the series will be on July 24, same time and location. Vicky Kent Haire, Clark County assessor, will be the guest speaker.
Murder mystery at the Mansion
Friends of Culbertson Mansion will host “The Wake: A Funeral Murder Mystery,” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 28 and 29. Proceeds from the program pay for interior restoration projects at the historic site.
The murder mystery takes place in 1892 with the death of William S. Culbertson. As people pay their last respects at Culbertson’s wake, there is great speculation about who will inherit what from one of the richest men in Indiana. Little did anyone know that lawsuits would be filed after the reading of his last will and testament. As tempers flare, greed can always lead to murder.
Guests are encouraged to dress in period costume. Reservations and payment in advance are required. Tickets are $20 per person, $35 per couple and include refreshments. Please call 812-944-9600 to reserve seating.
Library hosting Meet & Mingle
The New Albany-Floyd County Public Library is hosting the monthly midday Meet & Mingle at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, July 1, in the Strassweg Auditorium.
Join coupon enthusiast Jill Warner for Couponing 101.
Refreshments will be served. For more information call 812-949-3523.
Deadline for ram exam nears
Producers face many hurdles when breeding sheep, but preventing the use of an infertile ram or ram with decreased fertility can be accomplished through a breeding soundness exam.
Extension research has shown that removing an infertile ram from the flock can increase profits by $10 to 12 per ewe by decreasing the ram-to-ewe ratio, decreasing the percent of open ewes and increasing the percent lamb crop.
A ram breeding soundness exam clinic is scheduled for Monday, July 8, at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Salem, beginning at 8 a.m. Rams must be at least 8 months old. The cost is $30 per ram and each will be insured at market value from the time they leave the farm until they return.
For more information, or to schedule your ram(s), contact the Purdue Extension — Washington County office by Monday, July 1 at 806 Martinsburg Road, Suite 104 in Salem, 812-883-4601 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Church serving up dinner
The Edwardsville United Methodist Church will hold its 25th annual Chicken Barbecue Dinner, noon to 7 p.m., on Saturday, June 29, at the church, located at 4830 State Road 62, Georgetown.
The dinner consists of 1/2 chicken, baked beans, cole slaw, dinner roll, dessert, and tea or lemonade. Price: Adults $8, Children 10 and under $4. Carry-outs available.