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The Press-Dispatch Local Wednesday, October 10, 2018 A- 7 DAILY dine in or carry out TUESDAY HAM & BEANS WITH CORNBREAD MON WEDNESDAY CHEESY CHICKEN BROCCOLI Boneless Pork Chop $ 7.99 Tender Pork Loin Baked with Special Spices and Parmesan Cheese served with Baked Potato, Green Beans, Fruit Cup and a Drink * Chicken and Dumplings $ 7.99 Plate of Chicken and Dumplings, Green Beans, Baked Apples, Roll and a Drink * *Your Choice of Regular Coffee, Tea or Coke Product. /CakesAndCoffeeCafe Like us on Facebook! In a Hurry? Call 812-354-2004! 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BEEF & NOODLES ARE BACK! Cut Out and Place on the Fridge! WE'RE OPEN cafe & cakes cof fee cafe Kiwanis Saturday, Oct. 13 6 p.m. to ?? We play the old-fashioned way. Shutter cards are furnished. Come and Go as You Please! Come Help Us Help Our Kids! NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS AND NO SMOKING IN THE BUILDING. INDIANA GAMING LICENSE # 148303 Play for Cash!!! FOOD & DRINKS AVAILABLE at the VFW in Petersburg. In This Election Year, Think Of The Little Ones & Vote Pro-Life! So, Please think of the little Ones & Vote Pro-Life! To Vote Pro-Life means to Vote for Candidates for Office that not only say they are Pro-Life but are willing to Vote Pro-Life in every Vote once they are elected. One problem the Pro-Life Movement has is that some candidates, once they are elected, vote for party leadership positions that are pro-abortion and that leadership kills pro-life bills and the pro-life agenda. They also vote to confirm judges who are not pro-life. When you vote to support candidates who are pro-abortion or who are not willing to stand up for the Pro-Life Principles, you are voting to support abortion. When voting, there are many important issues to consider such as social issues, taxes, and other issues but none more important than killing of unborn children. Ad Paid For by Daviess County Right To Life,P.O. Box 11, Washington, IN 47501 Dungeons and Dragons Club founded at PCHS By MaKenna Goins and Jade Johnson As a high school student, often times peers put empha- sis on the athletic abilities of one another, which can cause the less athletic to feel out of place or even cast aside in most social events. DND or Dungeons and Dragons is a well-rounded club where all are welcome to come join in a tactical, problem-solving so- cial game. In Dungeons and Dragons, the world around you is mold- ed by what you do, much like in reality, but with so much more room for expression. "It's a good way to express creativity and to bond with friends," said Andi Crume. The game allows players to feel as they want, to almost any extent. Through the creation of a totally custom- ized character, each player can, through their personal character, live out a new life, and feel the adventure with- in. These characters, when brought together, scour their way through puzzles, games and split-second problem solving. "Part of the game is imagi- nation and yelling. . . a whole lot of yelling," said Laney Johnson. "I am proud these guys chose me as sponsor. It is ex- citing to see them work on something creative and in- tellectual, rather than the usual sports stuff," said Fritz Krahl, PCHS German teach- er and Dungeons and Drag- ons Club sponsor. The members of the new Dungeons and Dragons Club at PCHS are, front row (l to r): VP Trenton Mann and President Jade Johnson; second row: Sam Ferrier, Samantha Perry, Alec Nowark, Colton Rainey, An- di Crume and Alaena Nall; back row: Jace Shepard, David Glaser, Dalton Williams, Fritz Krahl, Jacob Graves, Malachi Graves, Charlie Neukam, Brody Musser and Alex Edrington. HALLOWEEN AT PRIDES CREEK PARK Above: Dozens of kids and their parents were at Prides Creek Park's annual pumpkin face painting this past Saturday morning. Shelter house number one was filled to capacity with youngsters, including Bransan, 11, Landan, 13 and Addyson Mc- Dowell, 11. James Capozella photo Left: Shelter house one near the beach was crowded with youngsters painting pumpkins this past Saturday morning. It was part of the annual Prides Creek Park Halloween weekend that included 50 decorated golf carts for the Friday evening pa- rade, trick or treat on Saturday and also a haunted woods. James Capozella photo Wyatt Messmer, 9, and Ryley Messmer, 7, were with their mother, Becky Messmer, and Connie Kissling selecting pumpkins for the Prides Creek annual pumpkin face painting. J&R Farms donat- ed the pumpkins for the event. James Capozella photo

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