Newburgh News and Upcoming Events

August 2, 2013 


One with the River 


 Happy Birthday Warrick County

200 years old April 1, 2013!

Executie Director photo 

Hello everyone,


There is a lot going on in Newburgh during the month of August.  On the 10th, you won't want to miss the Old Dam Blues and BBQ Fest.  August 11th is the Pillars of Honor and August 23, 24 and 25 is the Fiddler Fest.  


Then on August 28th, Historic Newburgh, Inc. will host an IN Main Street Community Exchange.  People involved with Indiana Main Street programs around the state will be visiting Newburgh to come to this workshop.  You too are invited.  It is a practical hands on workshop about using facebook to market your business and suggestions on how to enhance your website.  Bring your computer and let's get some things done.  Left click on the links below for agenda and registration info.


Agenda for IN Main Street Community Exchange 


Registration for IN Main Street Community Exchange 


I have started a new section to the enewsletter.  "Business Spot Light" will be a place for businesses to share special sales, events or general info.



Thank you Lou Anne Doyle for the donation of the Vacuum Cleaner!


Carol Schaefer

Executive Director

Thank you to our major Corporate Sponsors
All of these businesses support all that we do all year long and do so in a big way!
Our big time sponsors include:

Title Sponsors


Evansville Living Magazine

Heritage Federal Credit Union

Romain GMC


Sustainer Sponsors

Dr. Mike Chou


Stakeholder Sponsors

People's Trust & Savings Bank


Investor Sponsors

Titzer Family Funeral Home

Commonwealth Engineering

ERA First Advantage Realty

Expressway Dodge

Lynnville National Bank - Newburgh Branch

Mulzer Crushed Stone

Bauer's Tents

F. C. Tucker Emge Realtors

St. Mary's Medical Center


Media Sponsor

WIKY Radio





Check out our new location at 517 W. Main Street.  We are at the point across from the Pet Food Center, Heart of Newburgh, Crickets, Patton Music and 

the Haircare Center.  We are diagonal from Titzer Funeral Home.


Historic Newburgh, Inc. Sponsored Events 



Historic Newburgh Farmers Market presented by Romain Buick and GMC

 May 25 - Sept 21, 8:00 am - noon

For vendor information contact Market Master Dana Harper at


Traditional English Boot Sale ends  Farmers Market Season -

 Sept 21, 8:00-noon

call Connie Yoak at 812-598-8712

Costs $10 to participate in this yard sale out of the back of your trunk.


Historic Newburgh Community Theatre

"The Unexplained" by Alfred Hitchcock - 

Preservation Hall, Oct 4th and 5th


Indiana Main Street Community Exchange

August 28th 8:45-3:30

Bring your laptop and let's learn what we can 

do to use Facebook for your marketing. 


Registration Form 


Ghost Walks, October 18, 19, 20 each evening

Would you like to be a ghost or guide?

In August we will be having a call-out for volunteers.  

Call the HNI office to get on the list for when that meeting will take place.


Winery Tour, November 2

see below for details


Newburgh Celebrates Christmas, December 7 and 8 


If you are interested in being included in our stable of actors and actresses for our Community Theatre, Ghost Walks or Newburgh Celebrates Christmas, please contact us at





Old Dam Blues and BBQ Fest



Castle High Book




Kathy Ewing, Newburgh resident, will be signing copies of her new book "COMEDY TRAGEDY AND OTHER ERRORS, the story of the Castle High School theatre department from 1964-1985" at the Newburgh Schnuck's location on August 3, 2013 from 10:00am - noon.   She will also be at the Newburgh Senior Center October 20th for "Afternoon with and Author".  (Books will also be available for purchase both of these days.)


Kathy was the choral director and drama teacher at Castle for many years and was instrumental in developing the theatrical department while she was a teacher. From a small stage in the gymnasium to the current auditorium, Kathy's tales will fill your heart with laughter, tears and poignant stories from her years at Castle High School.


The price for the book is $15 for one, or if you buy two or more, the price is $12 each and may be purchased at Historic Newburgh Inc. or by contacting Ms. Ewing directly.


To contact Ms. Ewing, please call her at (812) 490-9994 




On behalf of the Pillars of Honor non-profit organization and the Newburgh American Legion Kapperman Post #44, we proudly invite you to join us at a:

Day of Honor & Unveiling of the Original Scale-Model of the National World War II Memorial

Sunday, August 11, 2013 at 2:00 pm

Newburgh Elementary School

360 State Street

Newburgh, Indiana

At this special reception, the original scale- model of the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. will be unveiled, during a program honoring Veterans and their families.  The exhibit and event is brought to you by Pillars of Honor, Inc. an Illinois non-profit organization dedicated to honoring WWII Veterans unable to travel to Washington DC to see their memorial in person.  Pillars of Honor brings the memorial to them.  You may learn more at

This is the original scale model that was used by Senator Bob Dole to present the memorial design to Congress.  It was designed by Friedrich St. Florian from Providence, RI.  Pillars of Honor, has this model on loan for a limited time before it has to be returned and placed in the Smithsonian.  Don't miss this once in a lifetime event.

Our WWII Veterans now number less than three million. The average age of these Veterans is 90 years old and we are losing these valuable souls at an alarming rate of 1,200 each and every day.  These Veterans are missing out on the opportunity to get first-hand knowledge about their memorial and more importantly receive recognition for their contribution to our nation.  This Day of Honor experience gives Veterans the opportunity to learn about their memorial, talk with other Veterans and reflect upon the sacrifices they and others made during one of the most trying times in the history of the United States. 

Kindly register your WWII Veteran's attendance at your earliest convenience, no later than August 4, 2013 to be included in the souvenir program book. Please send WWII veteran's name ASAP and note if veteran is deceased.  Need name and branch of service.

To:  Pillars of Honor, Inc, 770 Lee Street, Suite 103, Des Plaines, IL 60016 or call 847-954-0520 for more information.   Or Email:


Local Contact:   Jim Bryan

Cell:  812 204 4295

Business Spot Light

Serendipity Gallery 
11 State Street
Grand Opening August 10th
Music Starts at 7:00pm
Gallery Artists will be present and refreshments will be served

Bella Casa 
9A State Street
has a new website
customers can shop 24/7 at their convenience!






Boot Sale 2013  



Entertainment Schedule for the Historic Newburgh Farmers Market presented by Romain GMC:            


August 3 - The Little Old Dam Band 9:00 am - 11:00 am
August 10 - Honey Vines with Andrea Wirth and Melanie Bozsa 9:00 am - noon
August 17 - The Little Old Dam Band 9:00 am - 11:00 am
August 24 - David Tuley 9:30 am - 11:30 am
August 31 - Josh Staffeld 11 am -noon
September 7 - Calliope Queen 9:00 am - noon
September 14 - Honey Vines with Andrea Wirth and Melanie Bozsa  9:00 am - noon          September 21 - Little Old Dam Band 9-11am                                                                              
corn and more corn
Here is the link to our Historic Newburgh Farmers Market commercial.  This could not have happened had it not been for Romain GMC



Fiddler Fest Time 


The 33ndAnnual Fiddler Fest is sponsored by Friends of Newburgh and presented by People's Trust and Savings Bank.  As always, the fest will feature fiddler dinners as well as filet dinners and sandwiches.  All dinners will be $10.00 for adults.  Senior's and children's dinners will also be available. 


Friday night the catfish fiddler fryers will fire up around 5:00pm, the beer garden will open for business,  the vendors will set up their tents and the music will begin.  Sweetwater Band will play from 5 pm - 9 pm.


Saturday the festivities start at noon with Byron Rohrig playing until 4 pm and Against Medical Advice playing  5-9 pm. Enjoy the beer garden and vendor booths all day and evening. 


Sunday, Byron Rohrig will start his music at noon and play until 4:00 pm.  They will serve catfish until 5:00 or until there is no more catfish, so get there early.


Vendors selling kettle corn, handmade jewelry, wickless candles, and wooden crafts will be there all weekend.  There will be food vendors with nachos, hamburger, cheeseburgers, and Kiwanis ice cream.


library photo

The Ohio Township Library is so much more than a place to check out books!  



There are meeting rooms of all sizes.


The Historic Newburgh Kiwanis meets here every Thursday morning  

at 7:00 AM.  All are welcome.


Winery Tour - First Saturday in November.  It is great fun.  We will hop aboard a coach bus that will take us to Mystique Winery in Lynnville, Indian Creek Winery in Georgetown, and we will make a return visit to Turtle Run near Corydon.  We will head to the Log Inn for dinner.


It only costs $60 for non-HNI members and $56.00 for HNI members.  That includes the bus, a lunch and all tastings.  Dinner is on your own at the Log Inn.


Lunch at Best Winery

Get your reservation in now!

           Historic Newburgh Community Theatre
The Unexplained by Alfred Hitchcock
The setting is in a Victorian Pub at the turn of the century in London.  There will be a group psychic reading providing clues to the identity of the murderer, the motive and the weapon followed by a 20 minute intermission when the audience members will cast their secret ballots. After the intermission a se'ance will be held when the murderer, motive and weapon will be revealed.

We have our cast and rehearsal have begun.

MS Beyond the Red Door


Beyond the Red Door is authored by two of the Rivertown Art Gallery artists/writers, Dr. Rick Yeager and Mary Ellen Ziliak. We have the book available for sale in our Historic Newburgh Gift Shop. I have read it. The book speaks to all of us and is a great read! 

More info:

No Greater Glory
No Greater Glory is a book written by Warrick County resident, Cindy Nord.  It is all about the Civil War and how love can still survive the struggles of war.  This book is going to be available in our shop soon.  
Fiddler Fest Plans! 
"Meet the Author" booth at Newburgh's Fiddler Fest, with local authors: Mary Ellen Ziliak, MS: Beyond the Red Door and Cindy Nord, No Greater Glory. Books are available for purchase and signatures.


Next meeting will be Tuesday, August 6th.

Artist Salon

Our HNI Gift Shop features Historic Newburgh t-shirts, postcards, note cards, sweatshirts, wine glasses, books by local authors our 2012 Christmas ornament and prints of some of our historic homes.   


riverboat tshirst  


An old favorite tshirt style has returned.  We have all sizes of the riverboat shirt available.









Christmas ornament 2012 

Our 2012 ornament is of clear acrylic with an etched design of Preservation Hall. It is designed by Gerald Ulrich and created by Heather Kent and her company Tagged Designs.  Each ornament costs only $10.00 each.  







The people of Newburgh are "One With The River" is reasonably priced at $30.00.  We also have "One With The River" t-shirts for $15.00.  We have them in blue and we have them in purple. 


Sport Tek golf shirt close-up



For you golfers, we have a Sport Tek golf shirt with Historic Newburgh Indiana emblazoned on the top right for $30.00.   


artist designed sweatshirt
This artist, Christy Chang, designed sweatshirt captures the rythmn of our wrought iron fence along the Rivertown Trail and the street lights throughout Downtown.  This sweatshirt is only $20.00. On the back in script it says Newburgh, Indiana.  Exclusively sold in the Historic Newburgh, Inc. shop at  517 West Main Street.  
Only 7 left.......4 size large, 2 extra large, 1 xx large.    


Our Rivertown Art Gallery is a must see.  We have charcoal, acrylic, watercolor, paper collage, mosaics, mandala, handpainted silk scarves, needlework, pen and ink, oils and notecards featuring original artwork.



  art gallery




located in the HNI headquarters

The Rivertown Art Group is looking for new Warrick County artists to participate in the Art Gallery.  It costs $300 a year with no $ taken out for commission.    





Thank you to the NABA for spearheading our Fireworks button sales.  

It has raised over $1000!

           Historic Newburgh TV23 Magazine            

Time Warner Cable Channel 23


The Time Warner Cable TV 23 Magazine is on every day 

8:00am, noon and 5:00 pm. 

We are going to focus on the Fiddler Fest with Dan Schultz.  He will tell us all about the music.  Then we will talk to Robin Alexander about the Blue Ribbon River Run and the Twilight on the Trail activities.

Our next guest is Chad Bennett.  He has many hats, but will tell us all about the Newburgh Volunteer Fire Department.


 You won't want to miss it.

Only on Time Warner Cable Historic Newburgh TV23 Magazine            

Time Warner Cable Channel 23


A special opportunity came our way in spring of 2011.  Time Warner Cable is producing Historic Newburgh TV23 Magazine.  This is an interview show that celebrates all the different pieces and parts that make Newburgh a great place to live and visit.  I always end the show with "This is one of the reasons we love Newburgh and we think you will too." 


Thank you Time Warner Cable


library aug scams

Celebrate Life Blue Ribbon

Warrick County Bicentennial      

The statute that recognized the creation of Warrick County was enacted by the Indiana Territorial Legislation and became effective on April 1, 1813, a full decade after John Sprinkle became the first white settler in the area when he landed at Newburgh in 1803.  WarrickCounty was carved out of the original Knox County, and was named after a close friend of General William H. Harrison, Capt. Jacob Warrick, who died during the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811.


In commemoration of the Bicentennial of Warrick County, a group of representatives from the Newburgh Museum Foundation, Historic Newburgh, Inc., the Coal Mine Museum and the Warrick County Museum have formed a Steering Committee and plans are now underway for festivities throughout 2013 to celebrate the founding of Warrick County.


Official Warrick Bicentennial Events 


August 23-25 Newburgh Fiddler Fest 

sponsored by Friends of Newburgh and People's Trust and Saving Bank


September 7  Boonville History Day


September 14 Degonia Springs Reunion


September 20 and 21 Porkapalooza

Newburgh Senior Center


September 21-18 Annual British Motor Car Day on the River


September 21 Warrick County Museum Photo Gallery 2:00-4:00 pm


September 22 Warrick County Museum Reception for Cartoonist 

Jerry Barnett, 2:00-4:00


October 4-6 Coal Industry Museum Weekend

Various Events and Educational Programs


October 5  Flair on the Square

Various Events, Boonville Merchants Association


October 6-12  Annual Islamic Center International food Festival

Islamic Center at Grimm Rd and Lloyd Expressway 11 am - 3 pm


October 11-13  Thresherman's Park 50th Anniversary

various 4th grade events and field trips


October 18-20 Historic Newburgh Ghost Walks


October 31 Boo in Boonville at Warrick County Museum and around the Historic Dowtown Square 5:00- 6:30


November 2-3 Lynnville Days

Play, Cival War Reenactment, Christmas Parade


November 23 Holiday Bazaar Warrick County Museum 9 am - 2 pm


December 8 - Boonville Christmas Parade


December 7 & 8 Newburgh Celebrates Christmas sponsored 

by Alcoa

Warrick County Bicentennial Quilt  

 Check in at the Warrick Museum to purchase chances for a drawing for this amazing commemorative quilt.   

Pictured are the three driving forces in this effort 

Irene Callis, Nancy Ferguson and Betty Cummings.

Thank you to the many individuals that submitted squares!


 Newburgh Museum Foundation, Inc.


Wednesday and Sunday 11-3 with  free admission 


Come join us and also see the opening of  the "Early Textile" exhibit.  This exhibit will feature needle art ranging from quilts and coverlets to handmade lace and crocheted tablecloths.  There are embroidered and crocheted pieces along with examples of needlepoint and hooked and braided rugs.  Beautifully detailed christening gowns, samplers and hair art will also be on display.

A collection of vintage sewing accessories rounds out the exhibit.


The museum is conveniently located in Preservation Hall at the corner of State and Main Streets.  Our hours are Wednesday and Saturday 11-3:00 or by calling 812-853-5045 for an appointment. 


You can donate items from Newburgh or money for support by contacting one of the following people:


Todd Glass - President - 812-483-8137

Scott Lauderdale - Curator-812-858-9544

Bill Bartelt - Past President - 812-853-6136

Suzie Byers - Secretary and Display Chair - (812) 490-4190


Also for viewing is the bicentennial display of the creation of Warrick County 200 years ago; as well as exhibits on life in Newburgh since its founding in 1803.  


Warrick Museum photo



 The Warrick County Museum 

is a great outing for the entire family!


Exhibits include an amazing shell collection, butterfly collection, and doll collection.  Other exhibits show a printing press, telephones from the past, a parlor, military uniforms, history of our county, and a school room.  


If you would want additional information, please call the following numbers: 897-3831 or 897-3269.  You can always leave a voicemail at the museum 897-3100.


2013 is the bicentennial of our county.  Be watching for many opportunities to celebrate what makes this county so great.


Cricket's offers live entertainment every Thursday evening 8-11pm and Saturday night 9pm-1am.

Friday is karaoke night starting at 9pm. 


Crickets sign


ATM available inside Crickets 

Kapperman 44 photo


American Legion Kapperman  

Post 44   

Bingo  every Monday night.

12 regular games and 3 specials 

Around the World
Minimum $100 possible $1000  

 Food and Beverage available from 5:00-8:30. Bingo

calling begins at  6:30 pm.    
You do not need to be a member.    
WWII Memorial - Pillars of Honor Aug 11
 at the Newburgh Elementary School
Entertainment Keith Vincent Aug 24  at the Legion
Edgewater Grille deck photo

Hello Friends 
It is summer time again Come on down to the Edgewater Grille - enjoy the delicious food Spacious decks overlooking the Ohio River

Friendly Faces - "we are all about you"

Bucket of Beer still 5/$11.00 

We are the only restaurant on the banks of the Ohio River in the Tri-State area.   




Knobhill exterior

The Knob Hill is open 7 days a week!   Evansville Courier People's Choice voted Best Fiddlers.  They offer new seasonal beers on tap from local breweries and they have some wonderful new homemade desserts.

 Enjoy the cozy fireplace and the great staff.  



Thursday Dine-in Menu night - these cozy evening dinners have returned with the added benefit of a good glass of beer or wine.  They would be happy to put you on their email list so you know the menu and can make a reservation
So its Friday night and you don't want to cook, but you really just want to chill at home.  Try their Grab and Go menu at Vecchios.  It is only on Friday nights.                                     Vecchio's is now serving wine 

                  by the glass and beer by the bottle!


                                  Cafe Arazu 

"As some of you know, "arazu" means wish or desire, and one wish dear to our hearts is to foster the arts.  We promote aspiring musical artists by being an original music venue; we want to help local artists make their wishes come true as they play out their musical aspirations."


Music Schedule:

August 8th- Andy Foulton- pianist 

August 15th- Brock Stahl- singer/musician 

August 22nd- Nate Barchett- singer/musician 

August 29th- Opal Fly


Ben and Penny's is here! 

Ben and Penny's is like a Market Place Boutique with local artwork, gift baskets with fine chocolates, cheeses and wines.  Stop in and enjoy breakfast or ice cream made your way.  Wine Tasting Special Events from time to time. Store hours are 9-9 Tuesday--Sunday.


Tin Fish sign 




You can put it on your calendar...every Friday and Saturday night, from 5:30-8:30 there will be music.
Byron Rohrig - Friday and Saturday, August 16 & 17, 5:30-8:30 p.m. 



Cleo's Bakery  

9 West Jennings.



mulberry jeans 

 Mulberry Jeans


Coffee, teas and gifts

People come from all over the tri-state for their very own         

tea party complete with refreshments and sandwiches



  Everyone loves the Old Dam Band!


Little Old Dam Band   

Thank you to the Old Dam Community Band

for all that you do!

If you have any questions about the Old Dam Community Band or the Little Old Dam Band, you can contact Dan Schultz at



fireworks picture 2010

Thank you to our many Fireworks sponsors!


Title Sponsor
Heritage Federal Credit Union

Bayers Plumbing
St. Marys Medical Center
ERA First Advantage Realty
Romain Buick and GMC
Alcoa                                                                              Media Sponsor
Mike W. Chou M.D.                                                      WIKY


Benefactor - $500
Commonwealth Engineers, Inc.
Newburgh Healthcare
Deaconess Gateway Hospital
Metzger Construction Company
Just For Kids Pediatric Dentistry
Newburgh National Bank
Titzer Funeral Homes

F. C. Tucker Emge Realtors

Warrick County Republican Party 


Angel - $250                                                        Supporter - $100

Impulse Hair Studio & Day Spa                          ACE Hardware

Friends of Newburgh                                            MCF Construction


Thank you also to: 


American Legion Kapperman 44 for all that you do to make this a special evening for all of us, including the donation of a new flag.  Thank you for your service to our country!


Touch, Inc. for our games.


The following nonprofit organizations for their food booths - American Legion Auxilary, Touch, Inc., Friends of Newburgh, First Baptist Church, and Historic Newburgh Kiwanis.


  We need your support.  This is a community effort paid for by the community.   

 Thank you to our Wine Fest Sponsors!
wine fest logo 2012  
Title - Evansville Living Magazine

Media - WIKY


 Romain GMC, Alcoa, Dr. Mike Chou


 Bauer's Tents and People's Trust and Savings


Commonwealth Engineers, Inc., ERA First Advantage Realty, Newburgh National Bank, Expressway Dodge, Mulzer Crush Stone


 H & H Suburban Landscape, Law Office of Jonathan M. Young, EVAPAR, Inc.,  Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn, LLP, Concept Light and Sound, Nienaber Marketing Group, 

Gattitown, Flutter, Just For Kids Pediatric Dentistry, MAR KEL Quick Print


A thank you to Alphagraphics for assistance with our soiree invites

The WATS (Warrick Area Transit System)  stops include:
Mother Teresa at Jennings and Frame
Preservation Hall at 200 State Street
Senior Center at the corner of 3rd and Jefferson.
It will connect you to Boonville, Chandler and Evansville. 

Historic Newburgh, Inc. is a non-profit, Main Street organization dedicated to historic preservation, economic revitalization and sustainability of Downtown Newburgh.


Thank you to all who support HNI!


I ask that if you are not a member of Historic Newburgh, Inc., you consider doing so.  Our organization needs members to help with our administrative costs.  Some of those costs that do not get rolled into event expenses include having our Historic Newburgh brochures distributed to Southern IN hotels, paying to be represented in regional tourism publications, the cost of using Constant Contact for our e-newsletter, gas & electric bills, rent, postage, and many other expenses that go into running an organization.


Historic Newburgh, Inc.  

Board of Directors

President - Kathie Bugg
 Vice-President - Mike Patterson
Treasurer - Greg Tuck

Secretary - Beverly Schweiss


Brenda Bender 

Dr. Sean Cook

Lou Dennis

Stacie Krieger

Kim Krupsaw

Blake Larson 

Lenis McClain

Lynette McClusky

Melissa McGuire

Paul Rudolph

Todd Titzer 

Jim Seibert

Carol Slow 

Randy Wheeler

Ken Hughes - Board Member Emeritus  

Charlie Schneider - Board Member Emeritus

Attorney - Tom Bodkin 








Add-A-Bed - Murphy Bed Dealer 
Alcoa Warrick Operations
Allegro Music Studio
5 Star Security Systems
Accent on Flowers
Baker Retirement & Wealth Mgt.
Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn, LLP
Bella Casa
Brentwood Meadows
Hahn, LLP
Bauer's Tents
Bayer's Plumbing, Inc.
Book Nook
Brentwood Meadows
Bud's Farmer Market
Cafe Arazu
Carole Smith Interiors Inc.
Casa Belle
Mike W. Chou MD
Clark Dietz, Inc.
Commerce Insurance Group, LLC.
Commonwealth Engineers, Inc.
Cook Orthodontics, PC 
Deaconess Gateway Hospital

Edgewater Grille and LaVeranda

ERA First Advantage Realty
Evansville Living Magazine
Expressway Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram 
FC Tucker Emge Realtors  
First Security Bank
Friends of Newburgh
German American Bancorp
Goebel Commercial Realty, Inc.
Head to Toe Salon and Spa
Heritage Federal Credit Union
Impulse Hair Studio & Day Spa
Indiana American WaterCo. 
Integrative Wellness & Energy 
Therapies LLC 
Just for Kids Pediatric Dentistry
Knob Hill Tavern
Law Office of Jonathan M. Young P.C.
 Lefler Collision & Glass
Lynnville National Bank - Newburgh Branch
MAR-KEL Quick Print
MCF Construction
Metzger Construction 
Michele Maikranz, Mary Kay Cosmetics
Mulberry Jeans Accents LLC
Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc
Newburgh Country Store
Newburgh Guest House
Newburgh Healthcare 
Newburgh Smile Center
Nienaber Marketing Group
Old Hickory Home Owners Association
Peoples Trust & Savings Bank
Pepper's Ridge Winery
Radiant Wellness Therapies, Inc. 
Red Rooster Stitchery
Richard Reid Appraisal Co, Inc.
Road Riders For Jesus
C. Larry Rhodes Insurance
 River Bend Dental Group
Riverwind Gallery
Romain GMC 
Ryan's Ace Hardware 
St. Mary's Hospital 
Sunburst Stained Glass
Suburban Landscape
T Maries Gift Boutique
The Rug Gallery LLC 
The Secret Garden
Myra Teal-Edward Jones
The Tin Fish
Titzer Family Funeral Homes
Toyota Manufacturing 
of Indiana 
United Fidelity Bank
Dr. Tyler Vandeventer 
Vecchios Italian Market & Deli
Walmart Newburgh
Warrick County Chamber of Commerce 
Terry A White, Attorney
WOW! Internet, Cable & Phone

Friends of Newburgh
Town of Newburgh
Warrick Co. Economic Development 
Warrick Co. Chamber of Commerce
Warrick County Community Foundation
Newburgh Museum
Warrick County Museum
Museum of the Coal Mine Industry
Newburgh Area Business Association (NABA)

 Brian Adcock

Dan & Scherri Arens
John Arminio
 Anne Rust Aurand
Tom & Sandy Bailey
Bruce & Carol Baker
Marty & Sue Barancik
Carolyn & John Barrett
 William & Kathyrn Bartelt
Frank and Maria Bayer
Wynne Beck
Bernie and Beth Becker
Jan Bell
Brenda Bender 
Linda Bendzen 
Marc & Gina Berridge
Earnest Bivens
Tom and Penny Bodkin
Dean & Karen Bosler
Jan and David Boyle
Jayleen Briggs
Ruth and George Brinkley
Jerry Brochin 
Chris and Audra Brown
Lynda Browne
Betsy & Bill Brubeck
Lori Buehlman
Bob & Beth Burkart
Steven & Kathie Bugg
Daniel & Randee Bugher
Wilfred Bussing III
Bill & Suzie Byers
Jeff  & Margaret Ann Byrne  
Harold & Donna Campbell
Al & Ronda Cassady
Syam Chilukuri
Joshua & Allyson Claybourn
Brent & Debra Cochran
Sean and Amanda Cook 
Nicolas & Katrina Costeur
Jeff & Bussie Cox
 Patrick & Cherie Cron
Dr. William & Connie Cross
Suzanne Crouch
Rick and Connie Dauch
Ray & Rosemary DeCook
Lou Dennis
Alfred and Margaret Dennis
Trish Ann Desocio 
Dennis & Patricia Dewey
J. Beau Dial
Dr. David Dial
Ken & Martha Dilger
Reva Dossett
Anita & Bill Doty
Sue , Phil & Grace Driskill
Tina Edge
Ruth Edgerton
E.E. and Barbara Elliott
Margaret Esche
Jeremy Evans
Steven & Sandy Feagley
Jan Fessler
Wayne & Nance Fiester
Pat and Jan Flamion
Toni Flamion
Karolyn Folz
Dr. Prasad Gade
Daniel & Lisa Garrett
Jane Garvin
Todd  & Wendy Glass 
Dr & Mrs Allen Gomoll
Jerry and Kathy Goetz
Frank and Kathryn Gogel 
Desi Gordon
Brent & Nancy Grafe
John & Gai Griese
Robert  & Judy Griffin
Mark, Cheryl & Emily Grimm
Andy & Charmie Guagenti
Robert & Cheri Gudgel 
Ruth Hahn
Jim and Lisa Hale
Rick & Mary Hamner
Tonya Hanson
Dana and Mark Harper
Evangeline Herr
Jim Herrell
John & Dianne Hildenbrand
Mary Jo Huff
Ken & Leanna Hughes
Vicki Hunt
Andrew & Donna Hurm
Elizabeth and Nirmal Joshi
Bill & Wanda Kavanaugh
Kary & Sara Kiefer
Dennis and Patti Kiegel 
David & Fay Kishline
Charles & Charlotte Koewler
 Jo Ann Krantz
Stacie Krieger
Bob & Diane Krug
Kim & Susanna Krupsaw
Shannon Lamb, M.D.
Blake & Jan Larson
Robin Lawrrence
Charlie & Carla Lee
Michael E. Levengood 
Anita Louthan
Jon & Nancy Lybarger
Ross & Laura Marburger
Andy & Elizabeth Martin
Brenda Martin
Colleen & Dennis Martin
Alan & Marie Paule Marty
Max & Mae Mason
Chuck and Jenny Masterson 
Lynette McClusky
David & Melissa McGuire
Lenis and Linda McClain
Colleen & David McLaughlin
Catherine Mei
Matthew & Susan Melfi
Ryan Meyer
David Miller Family  
James & Carol Miller
Norm & Vivian Miller
Randy & Carol Miller
Dr. & Mrs. Spiro B. Mitsos
Alonzo & Shirley Moore
Gary & Debra Moore
James & Judith Moore
John & Gail Moran
Richard Mushlitz
 Bruce & Valerie Nance
Peggy  and George Neireiter
Vicki Nienaber
Marilyn O'Daniel
Linda Odle
Dr. David and Lynne Ogle 
Michael and Marian Patterson
Dennis & Wanda Patton Jr.
Kimberly Payne 
Steven Polz & 
Christine Riley Polz
Brian & Erin Pope
 James & Kristy Porter
Edward & Nancy Prusz
Michael & Barbara Pyfferoen
Sherry Ralston
John & Vickie Rauch
Herb & Becky Rawlings
James & Lynn Renne
Gail Riecken
Paul & Beth Rudolph
Dorisann& Herman Rusche
Laura Sanders
Joel & Terri Sauter
Hobert and Jami Scales
Carol & Jim Schaefer
Joseph Schitter
Charlie and Gay Schneider
Doug & Meg Schuba
Frank & Judy Schultheis
Ken & Bev Schweiss
Jim Seibert
Donald Shanks
Steve & Helen Sheets
Randy Shields
Roger & Elizabeth Shinnerl
Steve & Dee Dee Shoemaker
Carol & Dennis Slow
Lori & Will Smith
Marvin & Joan Smith
Thomas & Greta Smythe
Tom & Marilyn Southwood
Rahmi Soyugenc
Tom Spinks & Kim Ayer
Barbara Stanley
David and Jean Stephens
Ron & Karen Stevens
Janet Stout
Bill Teague
Bob & Linda Tevault
John & Beverly Titzer
Russ and Pam Titzer
Todd & Melissa Titzer
David & Sara Trockman
Greg & Debbie Tuck
Ralph and Debbie Turpen 
Jennifer Lynn & Wayne Vandiver
Carl & Carol Vincent
Bud Vogt
Sandra Wahling
Yvonne Wasson
Kevin Wells  &
.Mureena Turnquest Wells 
Janet and Pat Wempe
Carolyn Weng
Randy & Penny Wheeler
Ken and Charlene White
Helen Wilhelmus
Scott and Maria Wilhelmus
David & Maurita Wills
Jim & Mary Ann Wilsbacher
Don & Sue Wilson
Tracy Wilson
Ken & Liz Witte
John & Carol Wittenbraker 
Carol & William Woerz
 Linda Wulf 
Thomas & Patricia Yeager
David and Connie Yoak
Rebecca & Michael Ziga
Rev. Joseph Ziliak
John and Erin Zimmerman 


Charter Members of Historic Newburgh, Inc.


We are so very grateful for your vision and your efforts, over 30 years ago, to create Historic Newburgh, Inc. 


Anna Alfultis

Leon & Patty Althoff 

Amax Coal Co

Gene Anderson

Greg & Rita Augspurger

Mark & Ann Augspurger

Bruce & Carol Baker

William & Carol Barfield

Willie Barnes

John & Virginia Barnett

Robert Batey

James Biggerstaff

Tom & Penny Bodkin

Joe & Pat Brock

Russell & Jane Brown

Margo Brown

Lelon & Jane Crenshaw

Charles & Barbara Christmas

Barbara Clark

John Jr. & Jo Clark

John  Clements

William & Sue Collins

Dan Colvin

Butch Corne

James & Marion Cox

Robert & Sara Davies

Jack & Billie deForest

Dennis & Patty Dewey

Luis & Sally Diaz

Pete Dooley

Gilbert & Jane Eberlin

Lillian Ellis

John & Dorothy Emig 

Eugene & Mary Alice Endress

Nanene Queen Engle

Dan & Linda Evans

William & Clara Evans

Frances Fauvre

Frank & Mimi Ferrara

Dennis Flaherty

B Jay & Cyndi Flittner

Fred Foltz

Frank & Karolyn Folz

Bill & Carolyn Fortson

Mary Rachel Forsythe

Clayton & Kathryn Freels

John C Fuller

William Jr & Jo Gess

Don & Beverly Gore

Robert & Judy Griffin

Andy & Charmi Guagenti

Clay & Christine Gudgel

Jeffrey & Barbara Gunther

Robert Hale

Dick & Sandy Harrison

Dan & Barbara Hendricks

Otterbein & Betty Lou Hendrickson

Steve & Gerri Herf

Jay & Norma Hill

Lucy Hoggatt

Elizabeth Hopper

Adah Jackson

Robert & Dot Jackson

Gilbert & Nancy Jenkins

Callis & Mary Margaret Jones

Mel & Masel Kallenbach

Ed & Carol King

David & Fay Kishline

Kurt & Marilyn Kluger

Stephen & Linda Kuester

Carol Lant

Kay Lant

Mamie Leggett

Don & Judy Lee

Jack Jr & Sheila Lewis

Norma Line

Louise Loehr

Bill & Marietta Loos

George & Frances Martin

Glenn & Nancy Miller

Sue Morrison

Bruce & Jody Mortensen

Tom Jr & Edna Morton

Bill & Lisa Muller

Jon & Susan McClain

Russell & Margaret McKinney

James R McKinney

Steve & Beth Nichols

Jim & Pat Norris

Jim & Virginia Nugent

Dean & Linda Oglesby

Ethel Osmann

Earl & Betty Parker

Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers

Billy & Vickie Perry

Edward & Sally Pfafflin

Mike & Carolyn Pirnat

Al & Margaret Poetker

Jack & Margaret Pruden

Bill & Yvonne Reine

Steve & Lynn Roberts

Albert & Juel Rosencranz

Charles & Sammie Rutherford

Roy & Mary Ryan

Ron & Sandra Smith

James & Pat Schafer

Ora Lee Schindler

Steve & Dee Shoemaker

Stewart & Cookie Smith

William & Lori Smith

Ronald & Elizabeth Sowa

Harold & Eloise Sparks

John & Margaret Stephenson

James & Jackie Strange

Richard & Mindy Tibbals

Robert & FiFi Traylor  

Tim & Nancy Triplett

Jerry & Mellvina Tromly

Phyllis Tubbs

Trina Wattam

Earl & Bonnie Wells

Siegfried & Geri Weng

Kenneth & Hazel Werling

Susan Diane West

Elsie Westfall

Kenneth Wilhelmus

Bill & Naomi Wilkins

Bob & Norma Williams

Carolyn Wills

Ben & Peggy Woodward

Bernard & Evelyn Wright

Duane & Cindy Wright

Welcome Wagon of Newburgh 

 Women's Club of Newburgh 

517 West Main Street

Newburgh, IN 47630
(812) 853-2815

At "The Point" where West Main and Jennings meet 

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