A scence from “Deathtrap” presented by the Jackson County Community Theatre

JCCT will present the last show of the 2014-2105 season, Ira Levin's "Deathtrap". The classic thriller, written in 1978, has been frequently revived on stage, due to its abundance of plot twists, thrills, and humor.

We would like to give a big THANK YOU to all the legislators who particiatped in our annual Legislative Breakfast! It was a big success!

Pictured from left to right: Rep. Jim Lucas, Rep. Steve Davisson, Rep. Brent Steele, Nick Hedrick, Arann Banks and Rep. Eric Koch.

Members of the Town Board were present at the Legislative Breakfast to answer questions.

Pictured left to right: C.J. Foster (Town Board), John Nolting (President of the Town Board), Nick Hedrick (Mediator), Sally Banks (Candidate for Town Board) and Matt Smith (Town Board).

Chamber News Flash!

Emails for the Legislators present at the

Annual Legislative Breakfast:

 

Rep. Jim Lucas – h69@in.gov

Rep. Steve Davisson – stevedavisson@gmail.com

Rep. Brent Steele – s44@in.gov

Rep. Eric Koch – h65@iga.in.gov

 

Town Board

John Nolting – john.nolting@comcast.net

C.J. Foster – spj3483@msn.com

Matt Smith – GHPMATT@MAC.com

Sally Lawson – sally.banks@redcross.org

 

 

  2014-2015

Brownstown Chamber of Commerce

Board of Directors

Kimberly Cooper, President

Arann Banks, Vice-President

Ashley Burbrink, Treasurer

Sandy Hackman

Clark Smith

Mark McKinney

 

Maria Powell, Office Manager

       

 

3rd Annual Artsfest

   Saturday, April 25th

      10 am – 4 pm

           Sponsored by

      Brownstown/Ewing Main Street

 

         

             Also on the same day the

  Watermelon Festival Committee

      Will host a Car Show & Jail-n-Bail

The Brownstown Lions Club

will sponsor

  a Spaghetti Dinner at 4 pm

         at  Michie’s Diner

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Jackson County Community Theatre 

will present the last show of the 2014-2015 season, 

Ira Levin's, "DEATHTRAP"

April 24, 25 and May 1, 2

at 7:30 pm at the

Royal Off-the-Square Theatre in Brownstown.

The classic Thriller, written in 1978, has been frequently revived on stage, due to its abundance of plot twists, thrills and humor. "Deathtrap" is recommended for mature audiences, due to some stage violence and deaths, as well as some language that might be inappropriate for children.
Tickets are on sale at Family Drug in Brownstown and Bevers Pharmacy in Seymour.  Out of state patrons may call 812-358-4502 (Family Drug) to reserve tickets.   For more information visit

www.jcct.org .

 

 

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