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January 3, 2013

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St. Mary’s Academy open house


St. Mary’s Catholic Academy and Cougar Academy, 420 E. 8th St., New Albany, will hold an open house for interested new families from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

The school invites parents and students of all faiths to tour the classrooms and visit with teachers, students and staff. The school educates students from grades pre-school through eighth grade.

Call the school office at 812-944-0888 with questions.

Clark County

Relay for Life events set


Clark County Relay For Life will be May 17, at Charlestown High School, 1 Pirate Place, Charlestown. The survivor lap will begin at 7 p.m.

Relay Team Rally meetings will be at 6 p.m. at Jeffersonville Township Public Library, Large Conference Room, 211 E. Court Ave., Jeffersonville.

Meeting dates are: Tuesday, Jan. 8, Tuesday, Feb. 12, Tuesday, March 12, Tuesday, April 9.

Clarksville

Optimists hosting Tri-Star competition


The Optimist Club of Clarksville will host its annual Tri-Star basketball competition at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the Clarksville Middle School gymnasium, 101 Ettels Lane, in Clarksville.

The three-event competition is free for girls and boys ages 8 to 13. Students will compete in free-throw shooting, dribbling and passing. A parent or guardian must register their child at the event. Parents are encouraged to stay and watch their “stars” compete. Please note: Optimist guidelines do not allow for participation in more than one local Tri-Star competition per year.

 For more information, contact the Clarksville Parks Department at info@clarksvilleparks.com or 812-283-5313.

Jeffersonville

Moore available to visit neighborhoods


Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore is reminding residents he will once again be availble in the new year to visit with them at their neighborhood’s meetings.

“We need to get the word out because many of our residents are still not aware that I am available to attend these meetings,” Moore said in a press release. “In 2012, I was able to meet with residents of more than 20 of our neighborhoods. I want to continue to keep the lines of communication open and get even more people involved in 2013."

The neighborhood meetings allow residents of the city to discuss issues, ask questions or find out more information about the issues important to their part of the city, the release said.

To schedule Mayor Moore to attend a meeting for your neighborhood,  contact Rick Lovan at rlovan@cityofjeff.net

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