Jackson County Banner from Brownstown, Indiana on June 22, 2000 · Page 20
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Jackson County Banner from Brownstown, Indiana · Page 20

Brownstown, Indiana
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Thursday, June 22, 2000
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- TtIF JACKV)N fQUNTT fWfft. T""'1'"' J""- " Jackson County Bank announces officer promotions David Geis, President of lackson County Bank innounced three officer promo-ions this week. George Spray las been promoted to Assistant Vice President and continues his -esponsibilities as a Trust Officer, serving clients in lackson and Lawrence counties. George began his employment ith the bank on January 5, 1998. George came to Jackson County Bank from Lutheran Brotherhood where he was an ndependent contractor as a life ind health insurance agent. Prior o Lutheran Brotherhood, he was employed as a sales manager at Thompson Dairy for over 14 vears. George obtained a B.S. in Business Management at IU Southeast and is involved in Leadership of Jackson County. Jackie Sciarra has been pro-noted to Assistant Vice h 1 k K 1 Grandparents. Richard Bic knell has been promoted to Assistant .Vice President and continues his responsibility as a Retail Lending Officer at the main office. Richard came to Jackson County Bank from another bank where he was a Mortgage Loan Officer for over 8 years. Richard has community involvement with the JiH'ksnn County Board of Realtors and with Jackson County Scrtoma. George Spray President. Jackie began her employment with Jackson County Bank on March 8, 1999 as a Trust Officer and will continue with thesis duties, serving clients in Jackson, Bartholomew, Jackie Sciarra and Scott counties. Jackie began her employment with Jackson County Bank on March 8, 1999 as a Trust officer and will continue with these duties, serving clients in Jackson, Bartholomew Richard Biknell and Scott counties. Jackie began her career with another local financial institution where she was also a Trust Officer and Assistant Vice President. Jackie has Foundation and Foster School boards seeking nevv teachers Now that school is out for the summer, boards of education all ver the country are scurrying to 'ind teachers for the next school vear. Shortages are so widespread that even the national ncdia are reporting on the needs f school districts everywhere. The Haranguer can just hear he conversations in teacher -ecruitmcnt offices. The human 'esources director is telling the staff that the head English eacher at Central High School ias signed, but we still don't lave her grammar, American lit-:rature or English literature specialists signed. The same is true tor the head history teacher. We UNITED FUND ONTINUED FROM FACE B2 ncrcase, and the United Fund ill receive $12,000. 3. Employee groups that give fQrJbeJQrst timeuantt Jiave pay-'oil deduction" and employee meetings can have their entire contribution matched. For example, if the first-time contribution 'S $3,500, the matching grant ill be $3,500, and the United Fund will receive $7,000. 4. Employee groups that have . wen giving less than $20 per ' person can earn a match by ncreasing their per person giv- ng by 25 percent or more. For example, , a company with 100 employees gave $1,500 last year '$15 per person). This year they jive $1,900 which is a 26.7 percent increase over last year, rhey will receive a matching jrant of $400, and the United ' Fund will receive $2,300. 5. Combinations of the first bur categories above can qualify for matched giving of new ' funds for both company and employee giving. Fro example, 'ast year neither the company nor the employees gave to the United Fund. This year the com-aany gives $500 and the employees give $1,000. The jrant will match the $1,500 of tew giving, and the United Fund will receive $3,000. For further information, con-act Ruth Rebber, Executive Director, Jackson County United GROCERY ONTINUED FROM PAGE Bl 5-pound bag to $1.32; ground chuck, which rose by 7 centspound to $1.88; and potatoes, cereal and mayonnaise, -vhich rose a few cents each. Other items besides eggs .vhich showed a decrease were whole fryers, white bread and corn oil, which dropped by U cents each; milk, which dropped iy 7 centsgallon; apples which Jropped by 6 centspound; and irloin tip roast and vegetable il, which dropped by 4 cents each. AFBF and IFB conduct 'his quarterly survey to help 'rack retail food prices and see if they arc In line with prices 'eccived by the nation's fanners ind ranchers. Volunteer shoppers from 34 states, including Indiana, participated in this latest survey, buying a set list of 16 common food items. haven't found his assistants in U.S. and world history yet. The algebra teacher signed, but we don't feel she's ready for the head math job, so we're still looking for a head teacher; we've signed a geometry assistant, but we're still looking for someone for trig. ' Other professional staff are reviewing their signings. We finally signed the head science teacher, but the physics assistant won't sign unless we give her the same as the chemistry assistant. We did get everyone we needed for the computer lab, and we did get our music and ait teacher signed. If you think this sounds a bit like spring training talk among major league baseball teams or summer talk in the NFL, you may be right, because the happi: est guy in human resources is the one who can announce that he has just signed the head football coach along with the assistant '. coach, the line coach and the I defensive coordinator. If only the academic teachers could be signed up with all the assistants the sports teachers get, the human resources people wouldn't have to scramble so much to ' hire staff.' But when did English, math, science and history ever rank as high as football and basketball? I Unemployment increases in June There was an increase in the number of regular unemployment insurance claims filed in Indiana during the week ending June 10 according to the Department of Workforce Development. A total of 29,999 unemploy- the week.1 This was up 2,240 plant and one household ; Toll Free 877-996-7846 from the preceding week. In the : ture plant, same week one year ago, 27,01 i I'. Continued UI claims were up unemployment claims were: ' to 25,253. The remainder of total filed. ; j unemployment claims were filed Initial UI claims totaled 4,402 !J by federal civilian employees an increase of 590 over the pre- i and ex-military personnel, ceding week's total. Layoffs were reported in two motor vehi- nstif C." . .. ... ' - '. . rjwii s.: t .i.) j. ja . : - it . . m ?. fumi- v I I nnarntiilitinnc tn thp Now Making Great Smiles At Our New Office AMERICAN FAN'tV iTn 1 1 inn irt. i. ii iimii .I...HIH . r in. ir i in. 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" Insured at to th timtly payment 5 y4 r.15APY Minimum dapoHt KMC Of principal and lntrt Annual Parcwitag YMd (APY) Intorast YW to maturity eftecftva 82000. tub-cannat ramam on deposit: pariodie payout jact to availably. Ytatd and martiat valua of intaraat ia raquirad. Eltactiva 62000. may Ikjciuata it sold prior to maturity. :lHory iouMon' Sometimes, less is more Du t-30-2003 Nyou'raintha2etaxbradiata to Yaar Final Maturity taxaa bond yiatoing 587 bMaraat paid monthly or aamtannuaUy Py attar-tax incoma at CaUabla baglnning 6-20-2003 taxabla bond ywMmg 8 50. FDtC-kiaurad up to 8100,000 Annual Pareantaga Ywld (APY) - Intaras aflectiva 6-20-00, tubjact to avaiiabiMy cannot ramam on depot pariodie payout o VWd and mardat value wil ductuate I aokj prior Interest ia required. Effective 6-20-00 matumy. May be tubiect to ataia and local Market value wM tkjetuate If add prior t frettllfttV 1 Tallnr Scott E. Butt f - 5 "I 0" UI Invtstment Reprttentatlvt " Stop by 411 W. Commerce St Our Office P.O.Box 252 Jpf Brownstown. IN 47220-0252 t0day 353-1843 UjJ Recipients of Memorial Hospital Foundation Scholarships ince the inception of the Memorial Hospital Foundation Scholarship program in 1992, more than $107,000 in scholarships have been awarded. These scholarships are awarded primarily to residents of Jackson and Jennings Counties who demonstrate a high level of accomplishment and who are pursuing a course of study that will lead to a technicalprofessional career in a hospital. Scholarships are also awarded to exceptional medical students who plan to practice in Jackson or Jennings County. The following outstanding individuals have been awarded a total of $19,000 in scholarships by the Memorial Hospital Foundation for 2000: Melanie Schreiner Brownstown Medical Student at Indiana University School of Medicine, Bloomington , Rebecca Herther e Vallonia Pre-Med at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL Lia Brown Brownstown Radiology Tech, I.U.P.U., Columbus Karl Disque Brownstown Pharmacy, Purdue University Jaime Jackson Elizabethtown Masters' Degree in Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis Krannert School of Physical Therapy Heather Klinge Seymour Pharmacy, Butler University Mary Nolting Brownstown Dietetics, Purdue University Warren Rose Freetown Pharmacy, Butler University , Rene Rowand Seymour Music Therapy, Indiana-Purdue University Melissa Eble Seymour Health Information Admin., IUPUC-Columbus Adam Wischmeier Seymour e Pharmacy, Butler University Nicholas Gumbel Seymour Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis Deborah Herther Vallonia e Family Nurse Practitioner, Indiana University Kristopher Williams Seymour, Medical Student, Midwestern University, Chicago Heidi Middendorf Brownstown e Medical Student, Indiana University School of Medicine Bradley Erickson e Indianapolis e Medical Student, Indiana University Medical School Memorial 411 West Tintnn Srrt Hospital rOUIlUcitlOIl www.MemoriaI-hospital.org ri

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