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Towns to be represented at Torch Relay kick-off

Harrison County’s numerous towns ‘ both past and present ‘ along with a group of descendants of Dennis Pennington will be represented Friday, Sept. 9, during the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay kick-off event in Corydon.
The descendants of Pennington, who helped pen the state’s first constitution, will be positioned near The Corydon Democrat office, at 301 N. Capitol Ave.
Towns to be represented, and their locations, will be:
‘Bridgeport ‘ corner of Cherry and Oak streets
‘Byrneville ‘ Chase bank parking lot along Oak Street
‘Bradford ‘ Posey House along Oak Street
‘Buena Vista ‘ Beanblossom-Cesar Funeral Home storage building along Oak Street
‘Central ‘ Orwick Apartment building
‘Corydon ‘ Town Hall
‘Corydon Junction ‘ Carnegie Library, 117 W. Beaver St.
‘Crandall ‘ corner of Chestnut and Oak streets
‘Depauw ‘ Brown House along West Chestnut Street
‘Elizabeth ‘ Harrison County Public Library, 105 N. Capitol Ave.
‘Evans Landing ‘ Kintner House, 101 S. Capitol Ave.
‘Frenchtown ‘ Yo Mamma’s Pizza, 100 E. Chestnut St.
‘Laconia ‘ Lil’ Rap, 101 E. Chestnut St.
‘Lanesville ‘ corner of Elm and Chestnut streets
‘Mauckport ‘ corner of Elm and Beaver streets
‘Milltown ‘ Burgher Law Office, 200 N. Elm St.
‘Moberly ‘ Hurley D. Conrad Memorial Bandstand, along North Elm Street
‘Mott Station ‘ Corydon United Methodist Church, 214 N. Elm St.
‘New Amsterdam ‘ Harrison County Court House, along North Elm Street
‘New Middletown ‘ Corydon Masonic Lodge, North Elm Street
‘New Salisbury ‘ Wright Interpretative Center, East Walnut Street
‘Palmyra ‘ Frederick’s Caf’, 401 N. Capitol Ave.
‘Ramsey ‘ parking lot on north side of Corydon Democrat office, 301 N. Capitol Ave.
‘Rosewood ‘ Daniel of Corydon, 402 N. Capitol Ave.
‘Valley City ‘ Harrison Center, 401 N. Capitol Ave.
‘White Cloud ‘ Old Capitol Tea Room, 501 N. Capitol Ave.