Local Briefs 10/02/12

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Annual October supper planned at Wegan

The annual October Supper at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Wegan, will be 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 14.

The church is at 1165 E. County Road 400S, Brownstown.

Carry-out meals are available.

For information, call Julie Wischmeier at 812-525-7921.

Methodist women planning soup supper

Brownstown United Methodist Women will offer a soup supper from 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 19 in the church Fellowship Hall.

The meal will consist of chili, bean or broccoli/cheddar soups, hot dogs, Coneys and Westerns with homemade desserts and drinks. Donations will be taken, and the proceeds will go to the United Methodist Women Missions.

Carry out is available.

The church is at Poplar and Walnut streets.

The church is handicap accessible to all areas by way of ramps and an elevator.

Academy plans cornhole tournament in gym

Seymour Christian Academy will hold a cornhole tournament Oct. 13 in the school gymnasium at 309 Mill St.

Teams should arrive by 9:45 a.m., and the double-elimination tournament starts at 10 a.m. The cost is $25 per two-person team.

There will be prizes for first ($75), second ($50) and third ($25) place. Food and drinks will be available for purchase in the concession area.

All proceeds benefit Seymour Christian Academy. For information, contact Jon Pace, Misty Arrowood or Jaredith Mize at 522-7687.

Waymansville church plans fish fry Oct. 21

St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church, 11750 W. County Road 930S, Waymansville, will have a fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 21.

The church’s Adult Fellowship is sponsoring the fish fry. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will supplement funds raised from the event.

Knoy joins Phi Mu at University of Evansville

Samantha Knoy of Brownstown recently joined Phi Mu at the University of Evansville.

Knoy, who is studying nursing, officially became a member of Phi Mu after a week-long recruitment process that allowed potential members to learn about Greek life and discover what each chapter has to offer.

Knoy is one of 159 University of Evansville students who joined fraternities and sororities at the conclusion of fall 2012 recruitment.

The University of Evansville’s Greek system consists of six national fraternities, four national sororities and a local sorority.

About 25 percent of the university’s undergraduate students participate in Greek life.

Each year, the Greek community raises more than $50,000 for charity and performs more than 9,000 hours of community service.

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