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BeeBumble 5K 2005  
Written by Administrator  
Wednesday, 12 February 2003

6th Annual Bee Bumble 5K, September 24, 2005

The BEE BUMBLE 5K is held annually on the 4th Saturday in September in Bee-utiful Downtown Burnettsville, Indiana. It's one of many family activities that take place during the town's annual Community Day celebration. Proceeds from the event help support the Bee Hive Community Center. This was the former Burnettsville High School gymnasium and home of the "Fighting Burnettsville Bees" from 1938 to 1963.

All BeeBumble activities are located at the Bee Hive Community Center at the corner of Sixth and Logan Streets. Registration opens at 6:30. START TIME: 8AM

Hos-Bee-Tality Tent Sponsored By BUNZL USA
Beginning at 6:30AM, hot & cold beverages are provided in the Hos-Bee-Tality Tent. Food service for participants and guests begins at 8:15AM.

You will start/finish near the Bee Hive. The course is out & back, flat & fast, on good pavement. Split times will be announced at the first and second mile markers and a water station provided near the turn-around.

BB5K Awards Presentation Sponsored By:
Nesle USA

Awards will be presented to the over-all female and male champion runners and walkers and to those runners and walkers who finish first and second in each age division.

14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-60, 60 & over.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 March 2005 )

Written by Administrator  
Tuesday, 08 March 2005

As reported by the Monticello Herald Journal March 2 2005

Meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. April 6 at B'ville Communtiy Room

The results of a storm water drainage and drinking water feasibility study were the central topic of discusion at the March Burnettsville Town Council meeting.

At Tuesday night's meeting, Ken Smith of the engineering firm Fanning/Howey Associates explained that the priliminary engineering study is nearing completion and suggested that the project could proceed with a public hearing on the matter.

The council set the meeting for 6 p.m. April 6 in the Community Room.

Smith explained that the results of an aerial mapping survey of the town are in, as are the results of a water quality survey taken by the majority of the town's residence.

The study is looking into the possibility of a centralized drinking water supply for the town of about 400.

Left to do is drilling for possible well sites, which Smith said he anticipates could be completed in time for the regular town council meeting.

Smith explained that a priliminary engineering plan superimposed on an aerial map would put trunk lines along the main streets.

For the fire protection services, "Every house would be within 300 feet of a hydrant," he explained.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 March 2005 )

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In the early days of education in our country, schools that were established especially to train and educate teachers were called Normal schools. In 1858, Joseph Baldwin founded the Indiana Normal. His school was located in the Academy building in southwest Burnettsville. This was the first teacher’s training school established in Indiana, preceeding both Ball State and Indiana State Universities. Normal schools were conducted at Burnettsville until 1886 providing many of the teachers for Cass, Carroll and White counties

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