Flora Community Club Annual Meeting May 21


Flora Community Club Annual MeetingApproximately50 people attended the Flora Community Club Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 21, at the Carroll County Event and Education Center.

The members enjoyed a meal catered by Parrett’s Catering, while listening to a serenade of Disney Classics by the Cougar Blues.

Pam Cree was honored with the Extra Mile Award for her many years of service to the Club and leadership of the KICK Team.  Baylee Benn and Karlee Kitchel were each awarded a $500 scholarship.

Al Jackson presented information about the endowment match opportunity offered to Carroll County by the Lilly Foundation.

Special Guest Bonnie Maxwell presented information about Indiana’s Bicentennial, which will be celebrated in 2016.  She shared ideas about how Flora can join in the celebration.

New businesses recognized:

Butterfly (new owner)
Expressions Dance Studio (new owner)
Fisher’s 2.0
Flora Laundromutt
Purdue Extension Carroll County
Wheeler Funeral Home

Relocated business recognized: Pizza King

Download the program:  2015-05-21 Annual Meeting Program

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Harvest of Quilts


The 3rd Annual Harvest of Quilts is September 18 and 19, 2015!

Tickets just $5

Featuring Licensed Quilt Appraiser, Donna Koolstra

Have a quilt you would like to display? Contact Susie Dyke
Interested in Vendor Space? Contact Pat Spence
(click brochure below for contact info)

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Community Club Annual Meeting – May 21st @ 6p


You are invited to join us for the 2015 Flora Community Club, Inc., Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 21st at 6:00pm.

This is also an Open House for the Carroll County Event and Education Center (the 4H Building), so come early and look around (doors open at 5:30p).

Cost is $15.00 per person (includes dinner), and we ask that you RSVP before May 20th. Please see the 2015 Flora Community Club Annual Meeting Invitation.

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2014 Flora Community Club Christmas Parade

We had 29 entrants this year with a total of 43 vehicles and walking groups.Biggest Giver of the Toy Drive– Valley View Baptist Church (This group totally ROCKED this new award category by bringing 4 large boxes of toys and games.  These toys go to the Psi Otes Christmas Basket Project).Best Motorized– Bill Shock (1926 Model TT Ford Fire Truck)Best Description of the Theme– Girl Scout Troops #109 (How the Grinch Stole Christmas)Best Float– New Hope Community Church (with a gingerbread house and candy canes)

Best Walking Group– Carroll HS Marching Band with Color Guard (performing Christmas Time is Here with Linus & Lucy from a Charlie Brown Christmas)-I didn’t get a good picture of their group.

Most Entertaining– Fringe (Peanuts and Gang Charlie Brown Christmas)

I would like to thank the Flora Police Department, Bryan Appleton, Teresa Appleton, Josh & Melissa Ayres, Kaylyn Cox, Michelle Cox, Lana McIntosh, and Morgan Thompson for all of their help during and leading up to the parade.  We would like to thank Mann Chevrolet for graciously providing two trucks for parade entrants again this year.  We would also like to thank our announcer Dave Miller of Rinehart Realtors & Auctioneers, Greg Michael Auctioneer for the judging booth, and our judges Jane Brewington, Laurie Brower, and Amy Chapman.

– Flora Community Club Christmas Parade Chair, Danielle Hicks-Appleton


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