This list is not exhaustive and represents only exonerees who currently have Wikipedia articles.Crime descriptions with an asterisk (*) indicate that the events were later determined not to be criminal acts.Sunday, August 13 The Hendricksville Area Association is holding its monthly fundraiser breakfast at the Community Center, Hwy. The Concert on the Hill series returns this summer at Salem United Church of Christ in Westphalia with four programs. and will feature Home Cookin Night, featuring the talents from the Salem Church family. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 479 of Lyons will hold its monthly steak/pork chop/chicken supper from 5-8 p.m. The menu will consist of choice of meat, baked potato or french fries, broccoli, loaded baked potato and a Caesar salad or house salad. There will be a gospel sing at Union Church of Hendricksville at 6 p.m.
For a few months between 20, anyone under 18 could get married in the state of Arkansas with parental consent.
That's right, even babies could get married as long as their parents agreed.
This event is part of Purdue APh As Opereration Diabetes initiative to provide blood glucose screenings to every county in Indiana before May 2018. There will be a wiener roast in the church shelter following the ride. The Linton Miner football coaching staff will hold their two-day youth football camp from noon till 2 p.m.. Speakers are football coach Brian Oliver, Sons of Thunders Dennis Cecil, Rebuilt Ministries Brian Patterson and Thaddeus Searcy of the Freedom Church in Chicago.
Saturday, August 12 Solsberry United Methodist Church will host the B. For more information, call Matt Britton at 812-660-1414. SR 57 near Bloomfield, will host family movie night at 6 p.m., with a free movie, The Insanity of God and snacks.
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The original law was meant to allow pregnant teenagers to get married if their parents approved, but lawmakers forgot to put in an age minimum, which, combined with a grammatical error, left the law open to anyone of any age. But apparently this happens often enough in Delaware that it's actually an option when couples file for an annulment.
After months of embarrassment for the state, the law was finally corrected in April 2008, making the minimum age 17 for boys and 16 for girls. Along with the basics reasons such as marrying "without the capacity to consent," "under duress" or "with fraudulent information," couples can now check "because of a jest or dare" when applying to dissolve their nuptials. In the state of Kentucky, it's illegal to remarry the same man four times. If you've already divorced him three times, someone needs to step in, because you're clearly not the best decision maker in the world.
North Carolina had previously denied marriage rights to same-sex couples by statute since 1996.
A state constitutional amendment that was approved in 2012 reinforced that by defining marriage between a man and a woman as the only valid "domestic legal union" in the state and denying recognition to any similar legal status, such as civil unions.
(Programs will move to the sanctuary in case of inclement weather). The cost is per child, and each camper will receive a t-shirt. The Linton Youth Football League will hold sign ups from 8- a.m. Cost for the tackle league is per player and cost for the flag league is per player. The Knights of Columbus will hold a pancake breakfast fundraiser at the Knights of Columbus Bingo Hall located at 450 E. The church is located on SR 43 between Solsberry and Hendricksville. The Hendricksville Area Association is holding its annual ice cream social at the Hendricksville Community Center from 4-7 p.m. Live music by The Hole in the Wall Gang Music from 5-7 p.m.