February 7, 2015
Franciscan St. Francis is hosting a breast cancer educational event in Columbus. The main activity at the event is the free showing of the movie “Decoding Annie Parker.” The movie tells the story of 3-time cancer survivor Annie Parker and the almost discovery of a cure for cancer. And how the BRCA gene mutation was discovered, which places women at increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
In addition to the movie, Dr. Erika Rager, Dr. Juliana Meyer and Morgan Dally, genetic counselor, will be at the event. The team will provide a short presentation on breast cancer and role of family history and genetics. And, they will lead the attendees in completing an individual risk assessment for breast and ovarian cancer. They will also lead a Q&A session after the movie. Any woman with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer who is concerned about her personal risk or, any women simply interested in learning more about breast health are invited to attend.
The event is free; however, seating is limited so registration is required. Registration will be handled by our call center. The registration number is (877) 888-1777. The movie is Rated R, so only those 18 years of age and older can attend. Free refreshments will be provided. Participants will have the opportunity to complete a high risk assessment to determine if they are at increased risk for breast or ovarian cancer. We can use the name of the movie, actors, etc. in promoting the event. And any imaging from or about the movie, including movie trailers, etc. Each attendee will receive a free Vera Bradley gift bag.
February 9, 2015
Registration for Bartholomew County Little League baseball is going on now through March 6th. Visit www.bcllbaseball.org to sign up or to find more information.
Open forums to discuss legislature during the session.
Sessions run from February 2 – April 27.
If BCSC is closed, no Third House Session will be held.
Session presented by MDwise, nonprofit health care company. Kelly Lowry will answer questions about Affordable Care Act and Marketplace. Contact 855-417-5615 for information.
February 10, 2015
Educational session regarding the Affordable Care Act – SIHO Representative will be available to assist with questions and enrollment. For more information call 812-378-7103.
February 11, 2015
Dave and Treva Lambert, The Original Party Mart, will show participants how to melt chocolate, make centers, dip chocolate and more. Demonstration only, participants will be able to taste the finished products. Must register at mybcpl.org or call 379-1266. Limited seating.
February 12, 2015
We are offering a series of 6 classes on Bicycle Maintenance & Repair this Winter! Join us for as few or as many of the classes as you like.
The classes will be offered on Thursday evenings from 6:00 – 7:30 pm:
Jan 29th - Basic Bike Repair & Maintenance
Feb 12th - Brakes: Adjustment & Cable Maintenance
Feb 19th – Derailleurs: Adjustment & Troubleshooting
Feb 26th – Cup & Cone Bearings: Adjustment & Overhaul
Mar 12th – Bottom Brackets: Adjustment & Overhaul
Mar 19th – Headsets: Adjustment & Overhaul
The suggested donation to attend is $10 per class, $25 for 3 classes, and $50 for all 6 classes. If you can’t afford it, please don’t let the cost be a barrier to expanding your bike repair knowledge. Donate as much as you can. If you want to learn, then we want to teach you!
These classes are FREE for all of our regular volunteers – those who regularly sign up for shifts as a Shop Monitor, Greeter or Volunteer Supervisor.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or to get more information.
Meet with other writers in the county, share ideas and learn.
Instagram has 90 million users checking into the application at least once per month. Patric Welch, Mr. Noobie, will walk you through how Instragram works and how it differs from other social media. In March Mr. Noobie will cover Dropbox. Must register at mybcpl.org or call 379-1266. Session will be cancelled if we do not have 5 registrations by Feb. 10.
February 14, 2015
Former Cummins employee Charlie Rentschler will chat about his book The Cathedral Builder: A Biography of J. Irwin Miller. The author went through more than 500 boxes of papers donated by Miller’s children to the Indiana Historical Society and he interviewed more than 80 people in writing this first biography of Miller. The Cathedral Builder can be purchased at the event through Viewpoint Books.