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2019 Trunk or Treat

We Need Trunks!

Bring your vehicle and decorate it.
THE SCOUTS WILL PROVIDE CANDY!

Bulletin Board

Notices


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*Christmas In The Park*

Friday, December 13, 2019, 6 PM – 7:30 PM

Come to the Springville Park for a charming Christmas event! Bring 24 cookies or pieces of fudge and participate in a Christmas community cookie/fudge exchange. Wear your ugliest Christmas sweater to win the ugly sweater contest. Enjoy the sounds of caroling while the children get their picture taken with Santa by Hardin Photography.





Perry Township Volunteer Fire / EMS Inc.

Visit their Facebook Page for the latest news and information.

Perry Township Fire Barn – Springville IN 47462


 

SCATS Fest

Spring Creek Antique Tractor Show & Festival

October 4th – Friday
6:30 pm:
Antique Tractor Pull (pre-1960)
Bluegrass Music
Home Cooked Food

October 5th – Saturday
Performance By Little Theater Of Bedford
11:00 am:
Tractor Games
Bluegrass Music
Noon:
Bring your Apple Pies to the park for Contest
2:00 pm to 7:00 pm:
Carnival Games
Handmade Vendors
Puppet Show
Cornhole Tournament
Apple Pie Contest
Petting Zoo
Face Painting
Home Cooked Food

To enter Tractor Pull – Mark Baker 812-797-2263
To enter Cornhole Tournament – Kyla Chambers 812-508-1073
To enter Pie Contest – Tim Sproull 812-278-1672
Saturday, October 5th, 2019
Bring your best APPLE pie with a HOMEMADE crust in a DISPOSABLE pie pan to the Springville Park by 12:00 pm.

Judging will take place at 2:00 pm.
Pies will be sold at the Cobbler’s Bench.
Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
Call Tim Sproull at 812-278-1672
Sponsored by High On The Hog Homestead
🍎🍏 Take a look at the prizes for the apple pie contest winners.
1st prize: $40 cash & free T-shirt
2nd prize: $25 cash & free T-shirt
3rd prize: $10 cash & free T-shirt
T-shirts generously donated by Upside Prints

Contest rules:
🥧No entry fee, but donations to the park are welcome.
🥧Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
🥧Pies must be APPLE, with a HOMEMADE CRUST, and in a DISPOSABLE dish.
🥧Pies will be sold at the cobbler’s bench after judging. All proceeds will benefit the Springville Park.
🥧Pies must be presented at the Springville Park on Saturday, October 5th by 12 pm.
🥧Judging will be at 2 pm.
🥧RSVP to Tim Sproull at (812) 278-1672
Saturday, October 5th, 2019 at 3:00 pm
Springville Park
$20 per team
RSVP to Kyla Chambers at 812-508-1073

2018 Springville Heritage Festival

2018 Springville Heritage Festival

June 15th & 16th

June 15th

The Annual Picnic in the Park – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Gospel Music by the Swango Family & Friends – 5:00 pm to ?

June 16th

5k walk/run – 8:00 am

Craft Market – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Food Vendors

Kids bicycle games & races – 10:00 am

Corn Hole tournament – 12:00 noon

Obstacle Course Games – 2:00 pm

Parade – 4:00 pm

Dames Rocket – 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

For More Information Visit: Springville Festival Indiana 47462 on Facebook

The Springville Buzz

The Springville Buzz

Newsletter
By Carrie Rainey

Download a digital copy of the September 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Sept. 2017

Inside the September issue
Upcoming Events ……… 1
Living Memorial ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Need You ……… 4
BNL Info ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the May 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – May 2017

Inside the May issue
Springville Judah Rd Closed ……… 1
In the Garden ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Need You ……… 4
Congratulations Seniors! ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the April 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – April 2017

Inside the April issue
Gym Restoration ……… 1
Going Green for Earth Day ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Need You ……… 4
Judah Festival Pageant ……… 5
National Honor Society ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the March 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – March 2017

Inside the March issue
Springtime In Springville ……… 1
Next Stop, Springville ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Looking For Leaders ……… 4
Shoe Drive ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the February 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Feb. 2017

Inside the February issue
Springville Basketball ……… 1
Next Stop, Springville ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Cookie Sales ……… 4
Pint-Sized Heroes Update ……… 5
Girl Scouts ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the January 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Jan. 2017

Inside the January issue
Gym Restoration Update ……… 1
Blood Drive-Riley Osmon ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Cookie Sales ……… 4
Denny Godsey Awarded ……… 5
Sea Cadets Volunteering ……… 5
Next Stop, Springville ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the December 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Dec. 2016

Inside the December issue
The Gift of Life is in Each of Us ……… 1
Christmas Decorations ……… 2
Welcome to Springville Sign ……… 2
Cover Story Continued ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Buzz Around School ……… 5
Christmas in the Park ……… 5
Kid’s Page ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the November 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Nov. 2016

Inside the November issue
Springville…In the Beginning ……… 1
Kid’s Corner ……… 2
Playground equipment ……… 2
Continuation of History of Springville ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts craft sale ……… 4
School Buzz ……… 5
Ads ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the October 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Oct. 2016

Inside the October issue
Perry Township Vol.Fire/EMS ……… 1
Update on Riley Osmon ……… 2
Playground equipment ……… 2
Continuation of Fire Dept. ………. 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts craft sale ……… 4
Trunk or Treat ……… 4
Tractor Show ………. 5
Welcome Sign ……… 6
Phillips’ Fund Raiser ……… 6
Arson Flyer ……… 7
Ads ……… 8


Download a digital copy of the September 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Sept. 2016

Inside the September issue
Formation of a Gym Restoration Board ……… 1
Phillips’ benefit ……… 2
Playground equipment ……… 2
History of the Old Gym ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts craft sale ……… 4
Trunk or Treat ……… 4
The Buzz Around Springville School ……… 5

To submit an article:
Carrie Rainey, editor, SpringvilleBuzz@gmail.com
Ads may be purchased in future issues to help pay for printing costs.
Sign up for a digital emailed copy: springvillebuzz@gmail.com

 

 

2017 Springville Heritage Festival

2017 Springville Heritage Festival

June 16th & 17th

Schedule of Events

Friday, June 16th

6:30 PM

2nd Annual Picnic In The Park

Gospel Music Provided By The Swango Family & Friends

Free Kids Games

Saturday, June 17th

8:00 AM

5K – Run / Walk

10:00 AM

Cornhole Tournament – $20 per person

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Food Vendors – Haywood BBQ & Corey’s Dutch Boy

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Spring Creek Market @ Springville Park

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Live Music

4:00 PM

Parade – Line-up 2:00 – 3:30 PM 

Springville Gym Restoration

To: The Citizens of Springville and Perry Township
April 13, 2017

We, the Gym Restoration Board (GRB), know there are many questions about the fate of the gym and if we can restore it. It was our intention to hold a public meeting to answer your questions. Turns out, this is going to be a long and drawn out process and to be honest, we don’t have a lot of answers at this point. But we can update you on what we are doing.
We have approximately $80,000.00 from insurance, fundraisers, and gym savings account. That amount is a drop in the bucket to the funds needed to restore the gym. Steve Ferguson has provided and paid for engineers to help us with this project. We want to thank Mr. Ferguson for his generosity and willingness to help our community. We have had two meetings, one with Lori Daniels, who is the Community Liaison for Southwest Indiana District, Office of Community and Rural Affairs. Lori was very helpful in helping us identify possible sources of assistance through the State of Indiana.
We also had a meeting April 12th with SIDC ( Southern Indiana Development Commission ) to go over the plans and see what Federal Grants might be available. SIDC is going to research what might work for us and get back with us.
Please understand, there are no guarantees we will be able to restore the gym but we will make this promise; We, the Gym Restoration Board, will do our best to get Our beloved Gym restored!
We will provide more information when available.

GYM RESTORATION BOARD MEMBERS:
Ken Thompson, Chairman
Mark Baker, Vice Chairman
Marilyn Kimmel, Secretary / Township Board Member
Bob Phillips, Township Trustee
Denny Godsey, Township Board Member
Doug Kelley, Township Board Member
Jack Armstrong, Springville Resident

**Taken from the April Edition of The Springville Buzz

2016 Christmas In The Park

Merry Christmas!

CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK

Friday, December 9th
6 – 9 pm
In the Park Shelter House
Visit Santa, Enjoy the Lights
Bring your Cameras
Have Cookies and Hot Chocolate
Kid’s Coloring & Activities
2017 Gym Restoration Calendar Preview & Ordering
Everyone Welcome!

Playground Equipment Update

Taken from: The Springville Buzz – Nov. Edition

The Springville Community Heritage Group entered into a Challenge Grant with the Lawrence County Community Foundation in an effort to fund new playground equipment for the Springville Park. The challenge was a 2:1 grant. If we raised $1,000, we would receive $2,000 from the foundation. The deadline for fund-raising was December 1, 2016.

Thanks to the generosity of the foundation, they chose to award us with $3,000 total. Between what was raised through donations and selling pumpkins, we were able to raise approximately $800. Giving us $3,800 to use towards the playground.

Money wasn’t all it took to get this goal accomplished. There were many neighbors who donated their time and talents to the cause. The old equipment was removed and there is now a nice new playground structure for all of the children of Springville to enjoy. There is one more piece on order and playground grade mulch still to come. The project is expected to be completed very soon. If you haven’t been to the park since it received this face-lift, please consider taking your children/grandchildren out to enjoy it while the weather is nice.

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Springville General Store & Deli

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