2018 Holiday Auction Buy-It-Now Box
You listened, you called, and you saved big bucks on the Eagle Country 99.3 and 95.3 WIKI's Holiday On-Air Auction presented by Car County in Aurora and Harrison. Now, you can save even more with the Holiday On-Air Auction Buy-It-Now Box at the Eagle Country 99.3 studios!
EAGLE COUNTRY 99.3 STUDIOS
20 E. High Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana
We have some leftover items that we just did not have to time to get to on the on-air portion of the auction. Luckily, that means you have the opportunity to save up to 50 percent on the remaining goods, services, and gift certificates from great local and regional businesses, shows, and attractions.
Starting November 26 and continuing for as long as supplies last, you are invited to visit the Eagle Country 99.3 studios at 20 E. High Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana to browse the Bargain Box.
Our office doors are open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, November 20 through December 21. Acceptable forms of payment for Bargain Box items include cash, credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express), or check with proper ID. Items must be paid for at the time of selection from the box.
4-H for Everyone: Your place to belong!
Celebrate National 4-H Week by enrolling in 4-H beginning October 1st. Dearborn County 4-H is looking for youth and adults to join our 4-H family. 4-H is a Positive Youth Development program of Purdue Extension serving all youth grades K-12 and you don't need to live on a farm to participate! Youth participate in club activities, special interest or afterschool programming, 4-H camp and more. Families can choose their level of participation. 4-H participation builds leadership and other life skills youth need to be successful. Develops belonging independence, mastery and generosity, is hand on and family friendly! If you have questions about the 4-H program, please contact Liz Beiersdorfer, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-926-1189.at
The Witches of Breakout
The Witches National Convention was held in our room last night! We found out that they made plans to turn everyone who isn't a witch into a black cat or a bat. They locked the spell they need in the Breakout EDU box. The Spell was written in magic ink, and if it stays in the box for more than 45 minutes, it will be cast! If we can open the box before the 45 minutes are up, contact with air will break the spell. Work together to unlock the boxes and undo the magic of the Witches of Breakout! Registration required; limited spots available for individuals and groups. Must register: www.lpld.lib.in.us/calendar. 5 p.m. & 7 p.m. (two sessions) Friday, Oct. 22, Lawrenceburg Main Library. 812-537-2775. Tweens and Teens. Free.at Lawrenceburg Public Library District
The parade will travel through downtown Lawrenceburg and each Lawrenceburg school campus.
The Franklin/Ripley County Safety Partnership is working to address the issue with a three-week enforcement campaign.
Nine players from Eagle Country were recognized this week.
Hines carded an 82 at the conference meet in September.