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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Entertainment 1994 Kokomo B7 Concerts come to Deer Creek follow ing summer concerts will take place at Deer Creek Music 10089 Allisonville For more information or ticket call Karma at 457 6692 or Beth Bueltmann at May 15 Sawyer with special guests Diamond Rio and Mac 7 May 26 Lynyrd with special guests Ted Nugent and Ian Moore May 27 Crown Royal New Breed featur ing Confederate Chris Little Texas and Tracy 7 June 11 Moody with a full 55piece symphony 8 June 12 Jimmy Buffett with Coral Reefer Band and special guest The SOLD OUT June 15 accompa nied by symphony 8 June 16 Beach with special guest June 17 Billy Ray June with special guests Sepultura and June 21 The Southern Spirit featuring Spe Marshall Tucker Fabulous The Outlaws and Barefoot Ser 5 22 Reggae Sun featuring Steel Maxi Marcia Beres Junior Tuck Red Terror Fabulous and The June 23 REO Speedwag special guest Eddie June 26 7 June 29 Steve 8 July 2 with Danzig and Suicidal Tenden 7 SOLD OUT July 8 Depeche with Primal 8 July 12 Bonnie with special guest Bruce July 13 July 14 Phil 8 July with special gueSt Larry July 24 John Denver An Evening July 31 Reba with special guest John Michael 12 James Taylor An Evening 8 18 Mannheim with an 8 Touch history during Preservation Week Events planned throughout state INDIANAPOLIS The past is remembered as Indiana celebrates National Preservation today through spon sored by Historic Landmarks Foundation of the National Trust for Historic Preser vation and local groups through out the Activities are planned on a state and local Each year during Preservation Historic Landmarks encourages people in Indiana to recognize the landmarks in their area and learn why it is important to preserve them for future gener This years Its your Its our Its worth encourages people to look at their own past to identi fy places and structures worth For the first Historic Land marks is sponsoring a statewide photo Titled Whats Worth the contest asks entrants to photograph a structure they think should be saved for current and future gen erations to learn from and Cash prizes will be awarded in professional and amateur cate All entries will be dis played at the City Market down The following activities will take place throughout the state this month Clinton County Historic of Clinton No kidding Animals on the move Caribou move in packs up to Polar bear up to 45 miles daily Gorilla less than halfmile daily Parrot fish same coral reef for life time Snowshoe rabbit always from birthplace Army ant moves in group of 1 millionx xAnts stretch for quartermile Source World Features Syndicate MADAM CARROLL Presents KOKOMOS FAMOUS COUNTRY RECORDING ARTIST SYLVIA BUTTON June 2 shows 79 1012 midnight TICKETS NOW ON SALE 2195835668 MAYTAG THE DEPENDABILITY PEOPLE DISHONS MAYTAG HOME APPLIANCE CENTER Your Hometown Owned MAYTAG Appliance Center For Over 36 Years 706 Jefferson Kokomo APPLIANCE Dont Throw Money Out The Window Order 6 James Windows and get the 7th Window absolutely FREE Tiltin Sasli for Easy Cleaning Maintenance Free Construction Efficient Low E Double Pane Glass Custom Sized for Your Openings Transferable Lifetime Warranty with Local Service Nine Color Combinations HARRIS GLASS Siiict 1946 18008865115 805 Burlington Logansport ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6 PM EVERYDAY NOW ONLY STILL TA ONLY I JU FOR Evi FOR EVENING SHOWS MARKLAND Af Markland Mall on US 31 4574457 MATINEES DAILY GERARD DEPARDIEU The Mali SunThurs Mat SunTims mm mm JIM CARRiY SaV8un Mat SgnThurs Ml liopwGTjAeKl I sponsoring a Map Run Satur Participants drive to historic places and learn county Call 317 Elkhart Downtown Elkhart History spon sored by the Elkhart Historic and Cultural Preservation Commis Displays of each buildings history as well as people in period costumes will illustrate the past and present usefulness of the ven erable Call 219 294 128 for The event is Evansville 19th annual Evansville Historic Preservation Week Banquet Norman Hellmers of the Lincoln Home National Historic Site will The Preservation Alliance of Evansville will present its annual The lecture is free cost with dinner is Fountain County Visit homes and gardens as well as a working buffalo farm during His toric Landmarks Foundation of Fountain Countys tour 10 to 6 Stops include the garden of and Wade with more than blooming bulbs an exhibit of vin tage clothing the Cottrell including the Brown House and an 1854 church and Cottrells own home in nearby Warren Call 317 7623754 for Landmark the sightseeing service of Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indi is offering bus service to the tour call 317 Greencastle Greencastles Heritage Preservation Fair will be Friday and Enjoy a range of from the Civil War Living History and Ball to the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast to the Cash Prize Fiddle All events take place on Courthouse Call 317 Huntington Huntington presents two Preserva tion Week The first is a photo identification contest spon sored by the Call Caroline 219 The second is the dedication today of the Old Walnut Bridge medal lion and Call Bob 219 Both events are Laurel See the Whitewater Canal town during the walking tour of the historic Satur day at 9 Sponsored by Franklin County Citizens for His toric the tour is Call 317 Noblesville Events center around the renovation of the Hamilton County Wednesday at Noblesville Preservation Alliance and the Hamilton County Histori cal Society present The Magnifi cent 92 Indianas a free slide Call 317 the Courthouse Rededication Committee presents a formal dinner and fundraiser in the Call 317 844 the committee hosts a Chautaugua of the Arts and an Ice Cream Social on the starting at 2 Atlas and Athena InValadiun Offer ends I May HIGH SCHOOL CLASS RINGS 95 ENGEL JEWELERS 200 Main Kokomo r7 4595854 R ings also Try Tribune Want Ads AMISH ACRES INDIANA Historic Theatre InnS Listed on the National Register of Historic Places 18008004942 or Clip this ad and SAVE party person on PastPort Meal portion ii taxable you wont regret Sunday 4539075 South Bend Lecture and slide presentation on interiors and exteriors of notable old homes Thursday at 7 at the Joseph County Public Call 219 Union City Preservation Society of Union Indiana plans three Preservation Week Architectural Details Photo sponsored by the free walking tour of historic A Painting Seminar Saturday at the Union City Historic Depot offers consultation with experts on adding color to your Bring a color photo of your house cost is Call Linda 800 Winona Lake The Winona Lake Historical Society is sponsor ing a cleanup of the historic edu cational resort Call Jim 219 Events that extend to May 15 include Brookville narrated walking tour of down town from 2 to 4 Meet at the Chamber of 440 Main Sponsored by Historic Brookville cost of the tour is Call 317 Nappanee The Nappanee House Walk from 2 to 5 Call Ruth 219 Pendleton Visit the town that successfully nominated itself to the National Register of His toric Places during 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