August 14, 2014
August 1st Deadline for Johnson County Community Foundation Letter of Inquiry
The Johnson County Community Foundation will again offer grants to area nonprofits during its next grant cycle. Grants will be awarded to 501(c)3 organizations, schools and municipalities that serve Johnson County residents in the area of agriculture, arts & culture, civic & community development, education, enrichment, and health & human services.
A letter of inquiry must be submitted by August 1st to the Johnson County Community Foundation and can be found in the Apply for a Grant page of the Foundation’s website at www.jccf.org.
The community foundation makes it possible for people of all means to act philanthropically, regardless of the size of their donation, and provides leadership to improve Johnson County forever. Donations may be made at any time to established funds. A list of established funds can be located at www.jccf.org.
For more information, contact Stephanie Walls at 317-738-2213, e-mail email@example.com , or visit www.jccf.org.
Columbus native Nicole Pence will chat about her job as anchor of Fox59 NewsPoint at 11. The show premiered on June 30. Learn about some of the ins and outs of a newsroom from Nicole. Note – if a story breaks that morning Nicole will not make it down to Columbus for this program. Pence was nominated for an Emmy award for her work as a broadcast anchor in April of 2014. Before coming to FOX59, Pence solo anchored Indianapolis’ number-one rated weekend morning program, Weekend Sunrise on WTHR. In her spare time, Pence loves to travel. She lived with a family in Segovia, Spain, studied cooking in Italy, climbed the Great Wall in Beijing, China, crawled through the Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt, and tangoed in Argentina. She is involved with several Central Indiana organizations, including Make-A-Wish, Pacers Cares, and the DePauw University Alumni Association.
Meet with other writers in the county, share ideas and learn.
Home food preservation class series will cover a broad range of topics within a hands-on learning environment. Participants are encouraged to register early since space is limited. Additional registration information can be found at https://extension.purdue.edu/Bartholomew/Pages/article.aspx?intItemID=5295#.U6wujxBtxps. One may attend the full series of 5 classes or select particular classes of interest. For more information call Purdue Extension – Bartholomew County, (812) 379-1665.
Join us on the Plaza as 240sweet Artisan Foodworks’ Chef Alexa demonstrates how to use your garden produce to create tomato, pesto, and fried goat cheese salad; pickled veggies; Thai spring rolls and fruit shrubs. Samples all around! Bring your own chair. Sponsored by the Bartholomew County Library Associates. Rain location, Red Room.