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RUSHVILLE CHRYSLER-JEEP-DODGE
New & used vehicles with a full line service & parts dept. Call 765-932-2447 or 866-576-7874 or visit us on the web for more info.
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open 7 days! dine-in or carry-out
PIT STOP PIZZA & PUB
Open for breakfast at 6 a.m., Mon-Sat. Steak special Fri-Sat. Daily homemade meal specials. 711 N. Main Street in Carthage. 765-565-6078

the caring professionals
HINSEY-BROWN FUNERAL SERVICE
Two locations: 7355 S. State Road 109, Knightstown (765-345-7400) and 3406 S. Memorial Dr. in New Castle (765-529-7100)
hinsey-brown.com

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LEAKEY INSURANCE AGENCY
Call 765-345-5171 for info/quote.
leakeyinsurance.com

body repair experts
KNIGHTSTOWN COLLISION CENTER
Call 765-345-5380 for info/quote or visit us at 221 W. Main Street

parts for mowers
SUPERIOR MOWERS & MORE
Call 317-462-1323 or visit us on the web for more info
superiormowers.com

a family tradition since 1898
CONDO & SON FUNERAL HOME
Funeral services, monument sales. 130 S. Main Street in Wilkinson. Call 765-781-2435.
condoandson.com

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 Local Boy Scouts Visit Indianapolis

April 4, 2007 - Five Boy Scouts from Knightstown's Troop 333 recently enjoyed a weekend of activities at Camp Belzer in Indianapolis.

Over the weekend of March 16-18, scouts Sam Blower, Caleb Helderbrand, Will McDonald, Dustin Osborn and Anthony Plymate worked with scouts from Alexandria's Troop 240 and Troop 253 from Anderson to complete requirements for their Camping merit badge. Scouts had to choose appropriate equipment for a camping trip, pack personal belongings suitable for the weather, administer first aid, cook outdoors and practice personal safety.

The scouts and their leaders also attended the movie "Sharks 3-D" at the IMAX theater in Indianapolis.

Back at the campsite, scouts played board games until dark, when they moved inside to play capture the flag.

 

 

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