CHARLESTOWN — Runners head out at the start of the inaugural Pirate Fun Run 5K Saturday morning at Charlestown High School. Proceeds from the race will help defer medical costs of Charlestown High School student Sarah Booth who had a kidney transplant last year.
Travis Burden, lead singer of the rock band The Black Math out of Shepherdsville, Ky., performs during ToyFest at the Griffin Street Center in New Albany on Saturday evening. The inaugural event, put on by the New Albany Production House and the New Albany Parks Department, had 17 bands and solo performers, and proceeds from the event will be used to purchase toys for underprivileged children in the area.
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