New Exhibit At The Newburgh Museum

first_imgNew Exhibit At The Newburgh MuseumThe The Newburgh Museum’s newest exhibit, “The Princess Theatre: Bringing Hollywood to Newburgh,” is now on display at the Newburgh Museum which is located on State Street in Preservation Hall on the first floor.The Newburgh Museum invites you to a preview of this new exhibit, including a premiere movie and cinema style treats, this Thursday evening, February 18th, at 6:30 p.m. at the museum. Thereafter the Newburgh Museum is open on Friday and Saturday from 11:00-3:00 pm. Appointments for groups or educational tours for students are available by calling 812-853-5045.The Princess Theatre entertained generations of families in Downtown Newburgh. The recreated theatre at the Newburgh Museum features the running of a silent film that was presented at the Princess in 1925. Sixteen original playbills from the 1920’s & vintage movie posters give a synopsis of the films along with the biographies of the stars. Vintage candy displays enhance the theatre displays. Join us for an afternoon at the movies. Admission is free and memberships are available to support the Newburgh Museum.EDITOR FOOTNOTE: We are asking our readers to “like us” on Facebook and encourage friends and family to do so, as well?If you would like to advertise in the CCO please contact us City-County [email protected] “Readers Poll” question is: Do you feel that “Keep Evansville Beautiful” should take a more active role in keeping political signs off the public right a way?Copyright 2015 City County Observer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributedFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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Police officers excel at regional security training program

first_img Sharing is caring! Tweet Share LocalNews Police officers excel at regional security training program by: – June 21, 2012 Sharecenter_img 60 Views   3 comments Police constable Curlson Letang (left) and constable Kenny Thomas (right)Two constables of police from the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force have earned top positions at a recently concluded regional security training program.Five police officers from Dominica participated in the Regional Security System (RSS) Basic Training Course.A total of thirty-five (35) people from seven (7) different Caribbean countries were chosen to participate in the training which was conducted in two phases.The theoretical phase of the training was conducted in Barbados while the jungle phase was conducted in St. Vincent from March 18, to June 08, 2012.Constable Curlson Letang captured the 1st position and the prize for best physical-male while Constable Kenny Thomas copped the 2nd position and the prize for best at academic.The other officers from Dominica who participated were constables, Jermain Moses, Sherman George and Silas Jean.Police Chief Cyril Carette told Dominica Vibes News that this augers very well for the police officers as the RSS course is “very physically demanding”.“It means very, very well; anytime you have police officers excelling it means well for the force. We are trying to ensure that police officers get as much training as possible so that they are better equipped to deal with job that they have to do”.He noted that the police officers were also engaged in some pre-training exercises before they left for the RSS course and this may have “assisted them tremendously” in gaining such success.Dominica Vibes News Sharelast_img read more

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