2018 Covington Town Wide Rummage Sale

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TOWN-WIDE RUMMAGE SALE WEEKEND
Covington, Indiana
Friday, June 8 – Saturday, June 9

Register your sale for only $10.00 (Single Family)
or $15 (Multi-family of 2 or more) to be included in a listing of all sales and advertised in the paper.
Deadline: May 25

Forms will be available on Covington Tri-Kappa Events +
Covington City Building
Covington County Market
Covington Public Library
The Fountain Trust Company

https://www.facebook.com/events/195639807713225

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2018 Williamsport Town Wide Rummage Sale

The annual Town wide rummage sales will be held in Williamsport, Indiana on Saturday May 12th, 2018, from 6AM to 3PM. This years event is hosted by  the Williamsport Indiana Fire Department, 21 Front St / 5 N Monroe St, Williamsport, Indiana 47993.

The Williamsport town wide rummage sale is always held on the Saturday, the day before Mothers Day, for future reference.

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For further details, please visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/1649357808519059/

Marking a Piece of History in Veedersburg

Marking a Piece of History in Veedersburg, IN

Marking a Piece of History in Veedersburg, IN

Indiana Racing Memorial Association Board Members Dick Mittman, Howdy Bell, Mark Eutsler, Brian Hasler and Bob Gates pose in front of the group’s 10th historic marker in Veedersburg. In 1909, Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Carl Fisher ordered 3.5 million bricks — 3.2 million of which were installed on the racing surface — from the Wabash Clay Company in Veedersburg at a cost of 13 cents each. The building in which he signed the contract is still standing about a half mile south of the historic marker.  The company delivered the bricks in 63 days. IRMA Co-Founders Eutsler and Hasler are holding a panoramic photo of the company and its workers all of whom are identified. It was a gift to IRMA from the Town of Veedersburg. Following the unveiling a tour of the 22-acre site on which 26 kilns once stood was conducted by current owner Mark Carr.

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Veedersburg, Indiana Town Clock

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Veedersburg, Indiana Town Clock, a photo by cjp02 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Seen on Sunday, November 14th, 2010. This is the town clock, on US 136, just west of the traffic lights at the Main Street junction.