Sign up now for the last two dates available for the NTI and Co. to work the concession stands for North High School football games. Each game is held at the Central High School stadium with arrival time typically around 5:30pm.
For each person who works, NTI receives $60.00 per game! Contact Lisa Paxton at email@example.com or 812.303.1658 to sign up!
The Greater Evansville College Fair will be this Sunday, September 25, at USI from 1:30-3:30 in USI's Physical Activities Center. Over seventy colleges and universities will be in attendance. We hope to see a great showing from our student body.
The Vanderburgh County Health Department is offering children's flu vaccines free of charge at the health department, located at 420 Mulberry Street. Flu vaccines are offered on a walk-in basis as follows: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday, 8am to 11am, and 1pm to 3pm. Alternate times are Tuesdays from 10am to 1pm, and 3pm to 5pm. These vaccines are for children from six months of age through eighteen years of age.
According to Health Officer Dr. Ray Nicholson, flu vaccines are safe and effective, and receiving an annual flu vaccine is the single most effective method to prevent the spread of the flu.
For more information about flu vaccines, please contact your child's healthcare provider or the health department at 812-435-5692, or visit the website at www.vanderburghgov.org/health.
Please ask supporters of the NTI Team to End Alzheimers to login to support our team either through joining us in the walk and/or by donating. They may support the NTI team, Bonnie Alcorn sponsor, by logging in to www.alz.org where they will click on the state of Indiana and join our team. The awareness walk is Saturday, October 22nd, 8:00 am, at the Old National Bank building downtown. We will announce a specific meeting place before the walk. NTI has set a goal of 50 walkers raising 3000 dollars! Please help us meet and surpass that goal while at the same time protecting our children's futures and our memories of them.
Mr. Doug Johnson recently received a $750 grant from Ms. Amy Walker and the Public Education Foundation to be spent on our new outdoor lab and natural area.The outdoor lab and natural area will have two major parts.One part will be left to grow without human intervention.A second part will grow naturally, but we will plant locally adapted wild plants that would be the plants we would find were such an area left to grow without invasive species.Additionally, in this area we will remove any invasive plants (such as Johnson grass) that we find growing.A diversity survey will be conducted each year on each part of the Outdoor Lab, and the results compared, not only to the two parts of the lab but also to parts of the grounds that continue to be mowed.Finally, signage will be erected to identify the area as an Outdoor Lab/Natural Area.