At the March meeting, Ellettsville Main Street Inc. extended its appreciation to departing President Leasa Siscoe (center) for her exemplary leadership and welcomed incoming President Jill Thurman (left) for her visionary stewardship of our organization. Leasa was presented with a beautiful Spring Bouquet generously donated Mimosa Tree Florist and Gift Shoppe, owner Mickey Gray (right).
During the meeting, Jill offered a comprehensive update on Main Street’s objectives and notable achievements, including ongoing initiatives such as the installation of flower baskets along Sale Street, active involvement in the Ellettsville Memorial Day program, coordination of Santa on Sale Street, purchase of banners, and engagement with Envision Ellettsville and the Greater Ellettsville Area Chamber of Commerce. It was emphasized that our organization relies solely on membership fees and charitable contributions, underscoring the vital support of our members.
A special recognition was extended to Captain Matthew Siebott of the Ellettsville Fire Department for his recent commendable actions in administering life-saving CPR to an accident victim. His reminder that public safety is a perpetual responsibility resonated deeply with attendees. Captain Siebott presented Treasurer Chris Fisher with a donation from Ellettsville Firefighters Union 586 pictured below.
An update was provided by the new owner regarding the sale and restoration progress of the historic Odd Fellows building situated at the intersection of Sale and Vine Streets. The presence of scaffolding indicates ongoing efforts in tuck-pointing and stabilization.
We eagerly anticipate the arrival of our signature hanging baskets, set to adorn the lampposts on Sale Street, further enhancing the charm and vitality of our beloved community.

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