Archive - Feb 16, 2011
In honor of National Spa Day, Millerâ€™s Senior Living Community will host a community Spa Day Tuesday, Feb. 22. Spa Day is open to all area senior citizens on a first come, first served basis. Spa Day will include upper body massages, manicures, pedicures and a jewelry specialist will be on hand to clean jewelry and check for loose stones. The American Espresso Coffee Cart will also be available to all who would like to sample an espresso or other coffee drinks. This is free to all who participate. Spa Day hours run from 10 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3 p.m.
LAPAZ â€” Women's Connection, in conjunction with Rock Industries, will sponsor "Admiring the Past and Planning the Future" Wednesday, March 2 at 11:30 a.m. at Occasion's Banquet Hall, LaPaz. The cost, $8.50 per person, includes a meal and the presentations. Linda Davies, a financial planner that travels will speak about investing in the future. Jodie Slough of The Flower Pot will share antiques and Jill Beam, Plymouth, will perform her musical talents. RSVP before Feb. 25 by calling Edna at 574-936-9341, Marge at 574-784-3569, Marilyn at 574-546-3271, or Mary at 574-842-3224.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Nearly half of Indiana's college students qualify for financial aid, making student odds about 50/50 that they'll get some help to pay the bills.Â At College Goal Sunday, students will receive free help from financial aid experts in completing and filing the FAFSA. Area High School Seniors and their parents are encouraged to take advantage of this College Goal Sunday, Feb. 20, at 2 p.m. at Plymouth High School.
CULVER â€” Jermaine Myers surpassed the 1,000-point mark, and he gave his team a big lift along the way.
Myers scored 24 points on red-hot shooting while dishing out six assists off the dribble and racking up a team-high six rebounds, and the 6-1 Culver Military Academy junior from Ontario, Canada moved to 1,016 career points as the Eagles claimed a 46-36 victory over Plymouth at home Tuesday.
BOURBON â€“ Triton boys basketball head coach Jason Groves needed just three words to describe his teamâ€™s win over Rochester Tuesday: ugly, ugly, ugly.
The numbers certainly bear him out.
Despite a possession-oriented tempo the two squads combined to commit 38 turnovers â€” many of the unforced variety â€” and both missed critical fourth-quarter free tosses and struggled on the defensive glass.
Zoe Bauer and Trent Elliott both tallied double figures with 19 and 12 points, respectively, and Culver beat Winamac 55-45 on the road Tuesday.
Jordan Morning led Winamac with 14 points, while Bryan McKinney added 13.
The Cavaliers improve to 12-6 while Winamac slips to 8-7.
â€˘ CULVER 55, WINAMAC 45
Score by quarters
Culver: 12 26 41 55
Winamac: 6 17 25 45
PLYMOUTH â€” The Ancilla College athletic department and the Ounce of Prevention Foundation collected $2,125 to support breast cancer awareness through the efforts of their highly successful Chargers for Change event on Saturday.
Held at the LifePlex in conjunction with the menâ€™s and womenâ€™s basketball games, all proceeds were used to benefit the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth.Â A collection at Bremen High School was also held to help raise funds.