Details for Shoals School Fin. Report
THE SHOALS NEWS, SHOALS, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 2020 MARTIN COUNTY’S ONLY COUNTY SEAT NEWSPAPER Annual Financial Report CALENDAR YEAR 2019 County Number 51 School Corporation Number 5520 Shoals Community School Corporation Any questions regarding this report should be directed to: Candace Roush, Superintendent 812-247-2060 Receipts Comparisons August 1, 2020 I hereby certify that the financial report is true and accurate in every respect to the best of my knowledge and belief. I further certify that all contracts, vouchers, and bills for all payments made by the school corporation are in its possession and open to public inspection. JENELL HOFFMAN, SECRETARY, BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES SHOALS COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 11741 IRONTON ROAD SHOALS, IN 47581 August 12c hspaxlp 19th Annual Cops Cycling For Survivors Begins Sat., Sept. 5th $ entic ant r Auth The Restau an c i x Me Expires August 31, 2020 5 502 W. Broadway Loogootee Ph. 812-295-2069 OFF WITH THIS COUPON Receive $5 off the purchase of $25 or more. Not valid with any other coupon or discount. Please present coupon when ordering, Sorry, no personal checks accepted, however, credit cards are accepted. Limit one coupon per table. Saturday, September 5, 2020, marks the start of the 19th annual Cops Cycling for Survivors bicycle ride to honor Indiana’s fallen law enforcement heroes. This year’s ride, in memory of all fallen heroes, especially honors Chief David Hewitt, Rising Sun Police Department, who gave the ultimate sacrifice on February 13, 2019 and Trooper Peter “Bo” Stephan, Indiana State Police, who gave the ultimate sacrifice on October 11, 2019. The Cops Cycling for Survivors Foundation, Inc. annual bike ride consists of active and retired police officers, law enforcement survivors, law enforcement family members and friends of law enforcement riding their bicycles to raise funds and awareness of the sacrifices made by Hoosier law enforcement families. Funds raised from this event are used to perpetuate the memories of officers killed in the line-of-duty and to aid surviving family members and co-workers of officers killed in the line-ofduty. Previously raised funds have been directly donated to foundations, scholarships, and camps started in memory of fallen officers or by Indiana survivors in honor of their fallen heroes. In addition, Project Blue Light at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy has been supported. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s ride is significantly different than past years when cyclists rode nearly 1,000 miles over a 13-day period. On September 5th, Cops Cycling for Survivors will host a public bike ride at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, in Plainfield, Indiana. The opening ceremony with guest speaker Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter will begin at 8:30 a.m. and riders will begin pedaling on the Emergency Vehicle Operations track immediately following. The general public is invited to attend the opening ceremony and to bike with the group any time between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on September 5th. The event is open to riders of all ages and abilities. Riders may ride at their own speed for as long as they desire taking breaks as needed. Food trucks will be available on-site and hydration will be supplied. Survivors of Indiana’s fallen heroes will be in attendance and all survivors are encouraged to attend. For more information, registration forms or to make a donation go to https://www.copscycling4survivors.org/. In addition to the September 5th ride at the Law Enforcement Academy, Cops Cycling for Survivors will conduct a stationary ride in honor of Chief David Hewitt, on Monday, September 14th, at the Rising Sun Police Department. A stationary ride in honor of Trooper Peter “Bo” Stephan is scheduled for Friday, September 18th, at the Indiana State Police Lafayette Post. For more information about the organization, donations made, or this year’s ride, visit their website http://www.copscyclng4survivors.org/ or contact Monica Zahasky, President of Cops Cycling for Survivors Foundation, Inc., at 812-727-0725. Sam Rank Wins The GOP Drawing At Catfish Festival The winner of the free drawing at the booth of the Martin County Republicans during the Catfish Festival was Sam Rank. She won a $100 gift card to the French Lick Resort. The Republicans would like to thank everyone who visited their booth during the Festival.