Southern Indiana Living

SEP-OCT 2018

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Sept/Oct 2018 • 27 Rotary Club of Jeffersonville SCULPTURAL FOUNTAIN DEDICATION The city's newest public art piece, a colorful drinking fountain at the Big Four Station downtown that honors the Rotary Club, was dedi- cated this summer. The functional artwork makes water accessible to adults, children, and even pets. The fountain was made possible by the Rotary Club of Jeffersonville, Indiana American Water, the City of Jef- fersonville, and the Public Art Commission. Among those at the ribbon cutting were Dawn Spyker, Public Art Administrator for the City of Jef- fersonville; Rotarian Nathan Samuel, Public Art Commission Chair; Joe Autry, local artist who designed the unique sculpture; Rotary Secretary Ashley McIntyre; Rotary President Bill Boso, and Rotarian Bill Reedy, Operations Manager of Indiana American Water. These pages are sponsored by Idealogy 6500 State Road 64 • Georgetown, IN 47122 www.ideology.biz • 812-399-1400 Vintage Fire Museum HOT DOWNTOWN TOURIST SITE Pam Peters, Board Member of the Vintage Fire Museum on Spring Street in Jeffersonville, shared information with Evan Stoner, Director of the Jeffersonville Pride Festival, about the many fascinating collect- ibles and memorabilia in the expansive showroom. This year marks the museum's fifth year and the 20th anniversary of the death of Fred Conway, whose collection the museum purchased to establish the popular site. Its oldest fire engine is from London in 1756. For more details and hours, log onto www.vintagefiremuseum.org. Hope Southern Indiana RSVP TASTE OF SOUTHERN INDIANA Tantalizing aromas welcomed hundreds of people to RSVP's annual Taste of Southern Indiana, where they feasted on fellowship and foods from dozens of area restaurants, plus a silent auction and music. Under the auspices of Hope Southern Indiana, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program has provided services to a variety of non-profit and proprietary healthcare organizations in five counties for 45 years. Karen Ellis, RSVP Office Manager; Morgan Coomer, owner of Sweets by Morgan; Mike Reynolds, RSVP Advisory Council member; and Scott and Anne Waters, who were among the event's gold sponsors. Attendees Linda Williams and Roland Kramer; Ceil Sperzel, Direc- tor of RSVP of South Central Indiana for 21 years; Julie Wilson, the event's committee chair; and attendee Jennifer Leffler.

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