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Wade Gaynor

6th Graders treated to hike to explore Jeffreys Cliffs

Hancock County Middle School 6th Grade Students enjoyed a field trip to Jeffreys Cliffs Conservation & Recreation Area, on Thursday, May 11th. Steve Canepari, President of the Hancock County Heritage Commission, led the hike, along with volunteers: Danny Allard, Wade Gaynor and Richard Basham. There were around 106 students hiking, and 6 adult chaperones. They…

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Feed Seniors Now; helping seniors with hunger

More than two dozen low-income residents in Hancock County were delivered two weeks’ worth of food today, May 4, 2022. That number is much larger across the region.  Combining these efforts in Daviess, Henderson, Webster and McLean Counties, 400 people were reached. This is part of Feed Seniors Now—an important initiative that helps identify and…

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Hancock County organizes to assist tornado victims

Market President for Hancock County at Independence Bank, Wade Gaynor, said that many people were calling and asking how to donate money toward the relief effort, and how they could help in any way. “At Independence Bank, we are just happy to play some kind of role,” Gaynor said. “We are just trying to bridge…

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Hancock County creating “one-stop” website

Many times visitors or new residents of Hancock County do not know where to look for information about Hancock County. A person from 300 miles away visiting Jeffreys Cliff may not know where to eat in Hancock County after hiking the trails.  A new resident may not know where to take his or her vehicle…

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Craig Bertke, working toward Eagle Scout

As Craig Bertke thought about a project for his Eagle Scout badge, he thought about his time at South Hancock Elementary School, and decided he wanted to do a project for the school. After much consultation, he decided to construct a covered shelter in the outdoor classroom behind the school. “My project was to improve…

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