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HAPPENINGS AT THE VANDERBURGH COUNTY GOP

first_img    Time: 5:30 PM State Senator Jim Tomes, District 49 State Senator Vaneta Becker, District 50 State Representative Matt Hostettler, District 64State Representative Wendy McNamara, District 76State Representative Holli Sullivan, District 78    EVSC Board of School Trustees Meeting- Location: Room 301, Civic Center Complex                1 NW Martin Luther King Blvd, Evansville              Time: 5:30 PM County Commissioners  County Council Meeting-   Date: Wednesday, December 4, 2019 January 8, 2020 First day to file a Declaration of Candidacy for 2020 Primary December 10 (3:00 pm) January 31, 2020Congress of Counties Location: Room 301, Civic Center Complex                1 NW Martin Luther King Blvd, Evansville Time: 11:30 AMLocation: GOP Headquarters815 John Street, EvansvilleMeetings are open to all Vanderburgh County Precinct Committeemen December 14 (10:00 am)Bill of Rights Celebration  For more information visit December 16 (5:30 pm)City Council Meeting Location: Room 301, Civic Center Complex                1 NW Martin Luther King Blvd, Evansville  County Commission Meeting- Date: Tuesday, December 10, 2019   Date: December 9, 2019 Click to watch President Trump Deliver Remarks to the TroopsRead Remarks by President Trump to Troops at Bagram Airfield | Bagram, Afghanistan   December 9 (5:30 pm)EVSC Board of Trustees Meeting VCRP Central Committee Meeting – Wednesday, December 11, 2019    Time: 3:30 PM Central Committee:Wayne Parke, ChairmanMary Jo Kaiser, Political DirectorDottie Thomas, Vice ChairmanLon Walters, Secretary Kevin Harrison, Editorcenter_img Wednesday, January 8, 2020 is the first day a declaration of candidacy for major political party primary nomination (or election as a Republican Party precinct committeeman, or state convention delegate of either major party at the primary) may be filed. It is also the first day a major party primary candidate for President or Governor may file a petition of nomination with a county voter registration office for verification of petition signatures. Refer to the Indiana Secretary of State Election Division’s Candidate Information web page for candidate forms and additional information.Candidates for precinct committeeman must be a Qualified Elector of the precinct and a Qualified Primary Republican (or obtain authorization from the County Chairman). Candidates for precinct committeeman must file a CAN-37 form with the county clerk between Wednesday January 8, 2020 and noon Friday, February 7, 2020.  Form CAN-37  can be found on the Secretary of State Election Division’s Candidate Information web page.Republican State Convention Delegate Candidates must be a resident of the Election District and a Qualified Primary Republican. A declaration of candidacy for election as a state convention delegate (form CAN-37) must be filed with the county election board no earlier than January 8, 2020 and no later than noon February 7, 2020. All delegates will be assessed a $100 fee payable to the Indiana Republican State Committee to help defer State Convention costs.Contact VCRP Political Director Mary Jo Kaiser at [email protected] or 812-425-8207 for more information. Time: 3:00 PM Farley Smith, Treasurer  Location: Board Room, EVSC Administration Building                  951 Walnut St., Evansville  For more information visitCity Council (Click Above )  City Council Meeting-   Date: Monday, December 16, 2019 scvasvasvasv County Council Meeting News and Upcoming Events for December 3, 2019 January 18, 2020 VCRP Monthly Breakfast December VCRP Breakfast CANCELLEDThe VCRP will not hold a Breakfast Meeting for the month of December.The next scheduled Breakfast will be Saturday January 18, 2020.   Mark Your calendar                CLICK on event for more information scvasvasvasv President Trump Spends Thanksgiving with  the Troops- scvasvasvasv County Commission Meeting The 2020 Congress of Counties is a two-day training conference for Republican Party leaders, candidates and grassroots activists. This year’s Congress of Counties is scheduled for January 31 – February 1 in downtown Indianapolis at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Registration will be $100 per person. The full conference line-up — including break-out training sessions and special events — will be announced soon!  For more information and to register click HERE. First day of declaration of candidacy for 2020 Primary Election is Wednesday, January 8, 2020  For more information visitCounty Council Stay in touch with GOP state legislators representing our area by clicking the links below. December 4 (3:30 pm) FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

DD Gardening: When’s the best time to plant shrubs?

first_imgA question I get asked a lot is “when’s the best time to plant shrubs?”, and I think the answer is so much more complex than I used to answer when I first left Horticultural college. The answer back then was “during the dormant period”, you see this was a world when the majority of plants were bought and sold in the Autumn-Spring period – typically bare root plants.Then the advent of the container grown shrub came along and indeed became the mainstream option, and the answer to “when’s the best time to plant shrubs?” changed to “plant when there’s an R in the month”. This involved avoiding planting in the May-August period – the thinking was that the ground was too dry and that you would have to be bothered to water your newly installed plant. Advertisement Then there was the change from the single working person household to both adults in the household working, which meant that weekends became more precious as family time and spare time became more filled up with jobs around the house including housework and the likes.Not only has this changed dramatically affected businesses like home milk delivery but gardening changed too. Now when the weather’s good we jump out the chairs and head off to the garden centre to pick up some shrubs to plant that day when the weathers good, and the whole family are outside enjoying the weather.The idea only planting in the Autumn or Spring has long been forgotten!The idea that gardening was something that ‘dad’ did and others enjoyed is a thing of the past, now gardening has become a key family activity and the garden being a key space for enjoying leisure time in the garden; Trampolines, Slides, Swings, Mud Kitchens all things that were far from commonplace 10 years ago. Advertisement The phrase “the cheaper way to extend your home is your garden” is so true, a few euro spent on shrubs, trees, play equipment or whatever hugely expands your living space in the garden and creates a space for enjoyment, relaxation, and escapism.So my new answer to the question “when’s the best to plant shrubs?” is when you can afford to!Late August in the garden is a funny time of year, the summer bedding plants are still looking amazing, and with regular dead heading will keep going for ages yet.Some of the earlier flowering shrubs in the garden will be passing now, and if needed should be cut back now. The vegetable garden is pumping out the goodies, with onions coming ready now, carrots starting to come and the early potatoes being well harvested through.Pest and Disease control is important so get some Yellow Sticky Traps for the glasshouse for Aphid control and keep on top of the moss on the lawn with an application of Mo-Bacter.Yellow sticky card insect traps protect tomato plants in a greenhouse.DD Gardening: When’s the best time to plant shrubs? was last modified: August 19th, 2017 by Gareth AustinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AutumnGardeningshrudssummerlast_img read more