BATESVILLE, Ind. – The Ripley County Community Foundation is announcing the 20 recipients of its fall granting cycle.Grantees include community organizations including schools, a food bank and non-profits.Organizations that received funding from the Foundation this cycle:Angels of Giving is receiving $3000 for yearly support.Batesville Area Historical Society is receiving $2,300 to install a security system.Batesville Youth Football is receiving $2,500 for an equipment refresh project.Gleaners Food Bank is receiving $5,000 for the “BackSacks: Weekend Food for Kids” program.Historic Hoosier Hills is receiving $5,000 for “Take the River” 60 minute film airing on PBS.Indiana Youth Institute is receiving $3,000 for a Ripley County youth worker café.Lifetime Resources is receiving $5,000 to replace a Catch-A-Ride vehicle.Milan ’54 is receiving $4,000 for a technology project with the player lockers.Moving MES Forward is receiving $2,500 for renovation of the Nurse’s station.Oldenburg Academy is receiving $740 for improving customer service at Twice Blessed.Ripley County Probation Department is receiving $5,000 for an intensive outpatient substance abuse program.Southeastern Indiana YMCA is receiving $4,300 to update fitness equipment.Southeast Indiana Health Center is receiving $2,778 for charity/emergent use medication supply.Versailles Fire & Rescue is receiving $2,880 for a hose testing machine and accessories.Batesville Community Church is receiving $2,145 for conference tables.Explore 2 Learn Children’s Museum is receiving $5,000 for promotional materials.Margaret Mary Health is receiving $2,500 for green fees at the First Tee program.Safe Passage is receiving $5,000 for educational materials.Town of Osgood is receiving $5,000 for Osgood Trails fitness equipment project.Versailles Lions Club is receiving $5,000 for Tyson Activity Center programs and activities.The Foundation has granted over $115,000 to Ripley County organizations this year. There is one more granting cycle this year, for grants limited to $500 or less. Applications can be turned into the RCCF office by November 7.RCCF Executive Director Sally Morris is retiring at the end of the year and a reception will be held at the foundation office located at the Romweber Building in Batesville on Friday, Nov. 7. The community is welcome to attend the show scheduled for 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Batesville Bulldogs Baseball team shut out The Franklin County Wildcats 3-0 in Varsity Baseball action.Bulldogs vs. Franklin County Varsity Baseball (4-21)Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Alex Davis.
Associated Press Television News FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Written By Last Updated: 3rd September, 2020 14:00 IST Betts Hits Tying HR In 9th, Dodgers Beat Diamondbacks In 10 Mookie Betts hit a tying homer in the ninth inning, Will Smith lined an RBI single in the 10th and the Los Angeles Dodgers rallied past the reeling Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 Wednesday night. WATCH US LIVE First Published: 3rd September, 2020 14:00 IST LIVE TV Mookie Betts hit a tying homer in the ninth inning, Will Smith lined an RBI single in the 10th and the Los Angeles Dodgers rallied past the reeling Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 Wednesday night.The Dodgers won their ninth in a row at home despite getting only four hits. Reigning NL MVP Cody Bellinger missed his second straight game due to a lat injury.After Arizona scored a run in the top of the 10th, Max Muncy began the bottom half as the automatic runner at second base and didn’t need much time to score. He advanced to third on Chris Taylor’s sacrifice bunt and continued home when Junior Guerra (1-1) threw wide of the bag, which also allowed Taylor to move to second.One out later, Smith lined a single to left for the third walk-off hit of his career.The Dodgers had been held to one hit by three Diamondbacks pitchers for 8 1/3 innings until Betts homered to center off Kevin Ginkel. Corey Seager followed with a double off the left field wall but was stranded.Arizona took a 2-1 lead in the 10th when Daulton Varsho came home on a bases-loaded walk by Kenley Jansen (2-0) to Christian Walker. It was the first time the Diamondbacks had gone to extra innings this season.Walker homered and Zac Gallen allowed only one hit in seven-plus innings for the Diamondbacks, who have dropped four straight and 13 of their last 14.The only hit Gallen allowed was on his first pitch when Betts lined a single to center. After the right-hander walked Smith with two outs in the second, he retired 16 consecutive Dodgers until Joc Pederson drew a walk to lead off the eighth.Gallen, who struck out seven and walked two, has allowed three or fewer earned runs in all 23 of his big league starts. It also marks the eighth time in 10 games that Arizona’s starters have given up two runs or fewer.Walker homered to left center with one out in the sixth inning on a cutter down the heart of the plate from Caleb Ferguson. The first baseman is batting .387 (12 for 31) with five home runs and nine RBis in his last 10 games at Dodger Stadium.Walker Buehler pitched five scoreless innings in his first start since Aug. 21. The right-hander — who was on the injured list due to a blister — allowed only two hits and struck out six.WEB WORKArizona left fielder David Peralta made a nice sliding catch to rob Edwin Rios of a hit in the eighth inning.TRAINER’S ROOMDiamondbacks: P Madison Bumgarner (back) is expected to come off the injured list on Saturday and start against his former team of 11 years, the San Francisco Giants. The left-hander signed a five-year, $85 million contract with Arizona during the offseason.Dodgers: Manager Dave Roberts said Bellinger took some swings in the batting cage before the game and could be back for Thursday’s series finale.(Image Credit Pixabay)