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Get in the spirit with songs, stories and a secret. We will be making a cute Santa gift. This program is open to all members of the family. Cheryl Carroll will be at the library to demonstrate how to stitch during our Basic Knitting Program.
She will teach casting on, knit and purl, and biding off techniques. Yarn will be provided and a limited number of size 8 needles will be available to borrow from the library. No registration is necessary but space is limited.
Basic Drawing On November 29 at 10 a. The objective of this course and those to follow are designed to teach you to see and draw what you see as a recognizable image on paper. All supplies are free so you must register in advance. Animals of the North Pole On November 28 at 6: Photo submitted There will be a live reindeer and other animals and Santa will be available for pictures from 5: Suitable for all ages and no tickets are needed to attend. This program is suitable for all age groups and if being offered free to the public.
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In just three years, she may be registered with the Gerontology Research Group, or GRG, as a supercentenarian, anyone who has been validated to have lived to be years or older. The GRG keeps track of all supercentenarians at their website, www.
The couple and their children worked together on a little acre farm. It showcased a two-story house with a wraparound porch built by John Dickhaut himself.
That family permitted her to try out for basketball, and Florence treasures the memory of playing on the state championship team.
So I had to go home after school and wash the dishes. Of course, I always wished that I could play and do like the other girls did, but I was thankful that I had the chance to go to school. Anyway, it so happened that they needed a sub for that state game, so they let me go, and I had to play. The very last minute, I made the goal that won the game.
The Florence Krietenstein family today celebrates its six grandchildren— Mark, Doug, Deanne, Karen, Diane and Donald—eight great-grandchildren and one great-great granddaughter, Hannah.
Multiple printings were needed to meet the demand for it. Florence has donated all the proceeds from sales to support missions at her beloved First United Methodist Church in Mount Vernon. Group orders may still be placed for the cookbook at Printcrafters in Mount Vernon. For 23 years, she served as manager of the food service for the entire Metropolitan School District of Mount Vernon.
In addition, she ran a successful catering business. Many groups in the community have savored those recipes that make her cookbook so popular. Up until just a few years ago, Florence still played golf. The Solarbron resident still plays bridge almost every day. The stories Florence tells are filled with good humor and love. After meeting her, anyone can understand why she is a community legend.
Photo by Dave Pearce includes: To place a bid, go to www. Photo submitted Quilting class enrollment deadline set for Dec. Photo by Dave Pearce Louisville, Kentucky, will Christmas in New Harmony slated to begin November 30 Celebrate the warmth and excitement of the Holiday Season by including New Harmony on the list of places you visit to shop for Christmas gifts and other holiday treats. All at Ribeyre Gym. Does not include alcohol.
Not valid on Sundays Lunch Specials from 11 am to 4 p. Not valid on Sundays or with other special plates Mon to Thurs: Enjoy the spirit of the Holiday Season in the historic small town setting of New Harmony. For more information, please contact Chris Laughbaum, event chairperson, at chrisjksc aol.
Vendors can also call Paula Alldredge at Enroll by December 6, Class size is limited to 25 participants. A list of supplies needed for the class, including sewing machines, will be sent to registered participants.
To hold a spot in the class the enrollment fee is to be mailed by December 6, to Dena Bauer, Springfield Rd. The check should be payable to Raintree Quilters Guild.
Dena can be contacted ator denab tds. The class time and place are yet to be announced. Requests will be taken and some lyrics provided from the Rise Up Singing songbook. Come when you can, stay as long as you like, and enjoy a Sunday Sing-Along Supper with us.
Santa will be giving treats to the children. Refreshments and lunch will be available. Anyone wishing to rent a table space may call Debbie Schaefer at or Linda Wallace at for more information. Matthew Catholic Church and Trinity United Church of Christ invite the public to join together in giving thanks through song and praise for the many blessings all have received.
The celebration will continue afterward with a reception hosted by the parishioners of Trinity UCC in the Fellowship Hall.
Attendees may bring boxed or canned goods or personal care products to benefit the Moiunt Vernon Food Pantry. Cash donations will be accepted to support various local charities through the United Way of Posey County. She ors banquet in Indianapolis will graduate in December with the 30 other nominees Her parents, Deb from across the state. In ad- and DeWayne, live in Widition, she had the chance namac, Indiana.
Each one has helped mold her into the girl with the hard working - can do attitude.
Seeing her get this award reminds me that those traits are still desirable and deserved to be noticed. Grace College also offers flexible online and hybrid-online graduate degrees, on-campus and online degree completion programs, and highly affordable, easily accessible two-year degree programs in Fort Wayne and Indianapolis.
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The acre main campus is located in the historic resort town of Winona Lake, near Warsaw, Indiana. Pre-parade breakfast planned Dec. Breakfast includes festive red and green pancakes, sausage links, orange juice, coffee and milk.
Guests can tell Santa their wish lists and get pictures taken on his lap. Seeds of the Sower By Michael Guido When four-year-old Sammy awoke after surgery, the nurse explained that it would be necessary for him to be fed intravenously for the next few days. After assuring him that everything would be fine, she began the process to administer the glucose. When we give thanks, we express our closeness to God, realizing that He is with us in every situation.
When we give thanks, we declare that we are willing to accept the counsel of God knowing that His will is being done. Worship with us Church of the Nazarene E. Steammill Street New Harmony, Ind. Vernon Griffin Christian Church N. Main Street Griffin, Ind. Main Street Mount Vernon, Ind. Tavern Street New Harmony, Ind. Have you gotten used to traveling there? Public transportation is an integral part of English life.
Taking the train to Medway or London is fairly affordable and easy to navigate. Public transportation is very easy to pick up and I relish my bus rides into town now; taking in the scenery and jamming to Beyonce on my iPhone.
What do your family and friends think about your experience? My one recommendation would be, DO IT. But really, I would recommend this to anyone and everyone. I would make it known that it will be hard at times, but the experience you will get from being abroad trumps any stress or homesick sadness you may feel.
Also, think about what you want to get out of the experience. Is there one experience you have had that has made the whole trip worthwhile? My housemates and all of my friends made it unforgettable, and I celebrated my first birthday away from home with people who will always have a special place in my heart. Another special moment happened when we had our first snow in England on a Saturday night.2012 Illinois Intercollegiate Cross Country Championships
We all came back from a night out and had the biggest snowball fight with one another, jumping and making snow angels in the snow. That night I knew I was supposed to be there in that exact moment, and my love for Canterbury and my new friends was definitely solidified.
I was completely and truly content. Would you study abroad again? I would study abroad times over if I could. What will you miss the most when you return to the U.
When I return to the states in June, I will miss everything about England. I will miss my bus rides to town, nights out at The Venue, walking to class in the morning and seeing bunnies and squirrels everywhere, and hanging out with my friends on campus. Being in England has changed me in every way.
I am anticipating a complete mental breakdown on the day I have to leave my quaint little city of Canterbury, the country, and especially the people, who welcomed a small-town girl from Ohio with open arms and taught me more than I could ever express. Any time I run into former players I encourage them to come to games because it is so different than what we attempted to have when I was in college.
This, often after spending the day in an actual kindergarten class at Twin Valley South Elementary School in West Alexandria, Ohio, where she has taught for 14 years. Fairchild says many people just assume she works at IU East. Fairchild always attended, first as a manager. As Fairchild remembers it, a teacher who usually kept the scorebook for her father got sick in the middle of a game. When I go to other games I miss keeping the book because I want to know the stats and I want to know the foul situation.
Anytime I run into former players I encourage them to come to games because it is so different than what we attempted to have when I was in college. The basketball team went to the restaurant that night to wait tables as part of a fundraiser. Fairchild was there for an IU East alumni board meeting. One conversation led to another, and soon IU East had its official scorekeeper. She particularly enjoys the middle-of-the-action vantage point for the interactions between the players, coaches and officials.
She stays diplomatic and neutral, but also unfailingly positive. Former Red Wolf Brent Burris, a IU East graduate, says Fairchild always provided encouraging words for the players as well as the occasional goodie bag for long bus trips. The program provides a diverse, highly interactive learning environment that includes analysis, communication, leadership, and innovative thinking. I chose the MSM program because it was the perfect fit for me.
I like the weekend classes and how what I am learning easily flows with my job. The program provides two different tracks to choose from: The School of Nursing is accepting applications. We prepare registered nurses for more. More advanced practice nursing knowledge. More ability to enhance health care for the community.
For more program information or admission criteria contact: Darla Randall Graduate Admissions Coordinator randalld iue. Healh complications of his potential donor lengthened his search for a healthy kidney until two people unsuspectingly entered into his life. Sharing a Spare J erry Wilde has his career and mojo back thanks to a stranger and a page on Facebook. The year-old professor of educational psychology at Indiana University East returned to the classroom in March following a whirlwind kidney transplant that started with a plea for his life just months before.
On November 18,Wilde, with the help of former student Leah Hostalet, now living in Indianapolis, started a Facebook fan page to draw attention to his need for a kidney. His body was weakening fast, and after more than two years of dialysis treatments, he felt as if death was upon him. Jerry Wilde Bottom Left: I think we both view each other as family. Wilde has distinguished himself in multiple areas of performance including teaching, research and service.
He has a reputation as an outstanding teacher, someone to whom students go to for help with their most difficult problems. Melton is back to work, too, and relishes her new lease on life. Wilde said the return to the classroom has been a relief, but not just because of his improved health.
He said his students seem to be relieved, too.
I really like my students and I like getting to know them. According to the National Kidney Foundation, more than 2, new names are added to a list, waiting for organ transplants each month.
Leah Hostalet, former student of Jerry Wilde, developed a Facebook page to help him search for a donor.
This experience has now bonded the trio together in their search to help others find needed kidneys. The endowed scholarship will be awarded annually to an IU East student who exemplifies the spirit of giving. If you would like to contribute, send donations to: When she received an email from a coworker to help contribute donations to victims of the February 29,tornado in Branson, Mo. A storm system hit Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky and Indiana with severe weather and tornadoes leaving a destructive path and several people with injuries or death along its route.
Branson was hit February 29 by an F2 tornado, which in the Fujita Tornado Damage Scale indicates a tornado strong enough to cause considerable damage, according to the National Weather Service. Hamilton, who works for the Sports Licensed Division of the Adidas Group in Indianapolis, offered to travel to Branson with Ryanne Gluff, whose mother and stepfather are from the city and own a Christian nightclub there. Gluff asked her coworkers for donations of clothing and other necessities. So Hamilton, who lives in Rushville, Ind.
Adidas also provided clothing and shoes for the volunteers to deliver. Hamilton and Gluff worked throughout the evening sorting and boxing donations. They left for Branson on March 4, two days after a tornado struck Henryville, Ind. The sundial was saved from a tragic fire inand relocated to the south exterior wall of Community House No.
Visitors can see a replica of the original sundial hanging on Community House No. Along with the sundials, Historic New Harmony will feature rope making demonstrations. The Harmonists grew hemp and laid it along a 1, foot rope walk to dry. Once the hemp was dry, a machine would be used to twist the hemp into rope. A portion of the historic rope walk is today a grassy walkway between North Street and Steammill Street.
Guided tours will be offered as usual at 10 a. Save on Museum Shop books during our Kunstfest sale. The Atheneum is located at N. Arthur Street in New Harmony, phone By Stanley Campbell chet, etc. Lego Club Join us September 12 at 3: This is a monthly club for anyone age 6 and older who loves working with Legos. Each meeting we will be building things from Legos.
Basic Drawing Our adult class in basic drawing continues September 13, 20 and 27 at 10 a. The objective of this course and those to follow are designed to teach you to see and draw what you see as a recognizable image on paper.
All supplies are free so you must register in advance. Laughs and Crafts Club On September 13 and 27 at 3: Registrar Margie Waible gave the current status of the new members.
She also showed the web page she has designed for our Thomas Posey Chapter. This page needs approval from the state before going meetings.
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There is always a craft, a story and a snack and always a good time at Laughs and Crafts Club. This program is for kids who are in kindergarten and up. Steampunk Jewelry If you are a teen, you will want to be at the library September 17 at 3: We will be taking old vintage pieces and making our own jewelry. This program is open to those in grades 6 to 12 only. All supplies will be provided and you must register in advance to attend. This meeting is open to the public. Family Storytime Join us for a special program on September 18 at 6 p.
We will have a live visit from Apple the Pony! Join us for an evening packed with everything about ponies. This is a program designed to be fun for the entire family. Teen Advisory Board September 24 at 3: We will discuss programming, social networking and test our ideas. So stop by for a snack and some good times. This program is for those in grades 6 — 12 only. Our priority is keeping your home comfortable so you can focus on the things that matter.
Call today and see why Frigidaire has been comforting homes for generations — and generations to come. Open to the public starting at 11 a. Bring your own containers no glass containers or jars. Serving on Annex side non-smoking: Will serve chowder on Sunday if available. Must be 21 and over to attend. Sunday on non-smoking side from 1 - 5 p.
All profits benefit the Veterens. Carry-outs begin at 7: The cafeteria opens at 11 a. Ruth Ann is a homemaker. She is retired from Sigeco and Black Rock Oil. Bill has been a lifelong farmer and continues to work with his sons on the family farm. The couple enjoys camping and traveling. All of Mount Vernon.
The couple will be married on September 29, at 3 p. Formal invitations have been sent. The raffle drawing will be at 1: Trinity Lutheran The exhibit, sponsored by ormaggierapp sbcglobal. Church located at W. Fried chicken and all the fixings will be served. Come join us for food and fellowship. BBQ pick up at 5: Carry out is available from 11 a. Call to benefit PTSD. All BBQ orders must be placed by Monday, for carry outs.
To pre-order BBQ please call Main Street, has agreed to host the group monthly every third Monday. The free program includes light refreshments and greeting from 6 — 6: Breast cancer survivor Melody Oeth is the first speaker. Oeth recently opened her office as nurse practitioner in Mount Vernon.
The Lily Pad Cancer Sup- port Group wants to reach out to past and current cancer patients along with their family and friends. There is no charge for the group, and no denomination is favored.
Although Pearce has been cancer free all her life, she has supported—and lost— family and friends with cancer. In fact, her organization of Lily Pad started as a mission to help her friend Karen Hahn diagnosed—twice— with melanoma, now in remission. Hahn asked for help finding a local cancer support group. Neither she nor Pearce could turn up anything.
Subsequently, Pearce called another long-time friend and colon cancer survivor, Chris Hoehn, and as they met over lunch one day, the two agreed they would offer a support group not only to cancer patients, but also to their family and friends.
Director of Religious Life at the University of Southern Indiana, or USI, Hoehn emphasizes that participants might choose to hop on the Lily Pad for a few months, then hop off, or choose to hang out on the Lily Pad for a number of months.
They invite volunteers to help with the group — to supply a snack, for example, or to serve one. For more information, individuals are asked to call Pearce at or Hoehn at Have Questions for us?
Contest September 29, at 1: It will be held on Saturday, September 29, at 1: This event is for girls and boys ages 4 to 7. Little Miss will receive a crown and Little Mr. Contestants must be present to win.
Winners need to be available to ride in a float at the Sunday parade. The event will be held on the lawn in front of the Poseyville Community Center on September 29 and The festivities will kick off Saturday morning at 6 a. Breakfast will be served until 10 a. New this year, is a 5K run and walk, sponsored by Boy Scout Troop Each child will receive a participant medal. Prices include a t-shirt. Participants will turn around at a point just before Ramsey Road and return back to North Elementary.
Awards and door prizes will be given following the race and winners must be present to receive their items. Food booths, craft booths and games will also open at 9 a. Many popular favorites from the past are scheduled to attend again including: Anyone interested in having a food booth still has time to register and they can do so by contacting Jim Reynolds at Local bakers, or chefs-in-the-making, can enter the Poseyville bake-off that must feature raspberries in the recipe.
Items entered into the competition must contain raspberries. There is no cost to enter. Bake-off items should be turned in between 9 a. Items will be judged and awards will be announced at Pumpkins can be real or fake and the competition is open to all ages. Pumpkins must be dropped off at their tent by 6: Local judges will choose the best three carvings and trophies will be awarded.
There are no specific categories, so any designs are welcome. The Little Miss and Mr. The event is open to girls and boys ages four through seven. The Little Miss will receive a crown and the Little Mr.
Another new event scheduled to begin at 6 p. Saturday night is the Autumnfest Idol contest. Singers will perform on the center stage at the community center from 6 p.