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June 27th

Zane Triplet Dedication Award

June 27, 2012

Jeff Haygood has been named the 2012 Zane Triplet Dedication Award-winner for LaVille High School basketball. Pictured, left to right, are: Tony and Sherri Triplet, Jeff Haygood, mother Paula Fuchs and father Chris Haygood.

Mystic Hills hosts Northern Open Golf Championship

June 27, 2012

CULVER — Mystic Hills Golf Course was the host of the 2012 Indiana Northern Open Golf Championship on Monday, June 11.
Mike O’Toole from Noblesville finished first with a score of 66 at the par 71 course, two strokes ahead of a three-way tie between Preston Smith, Brian Brodell and Andrew Eiler of Rochester. This was the first IGA/PGA event hosted by Mystic Hills.
Mystic Hills was honored to host the field of 125 golfers, both professionals as well as amateurs.
“It was a great experience for our staff and members,” said owner Vicki Pugh.

Results 6-27

June 27, 2012

Golf
Prentkowski wins at Erskine
North Liberty’s Tyler Prentkowski shot a 4-over-par 74 at Erskine to win the boys 15-16 division, and Bremen’s Zach Gurtner tied for third two strokes back in an Indiana Golf Foundation Mountain Dew Tour event in South Bend Tuesday.
Micah Calhoun of Plymouth tied for 13th in the boys 13-14 division with a 92. Bremen’s Micah Knoblock was 11th in the boys 17-19 division with an 83, while Culver’s Zach Allyn shot an 89 to finish 15th in the flight.

Marshall County tour stops at Sprig

June 26th

Enlarged Culver ropes course helps teach new ways of acting, learning, being

June 27, 2012

If you’ve ventured into the Culver Academies’ Bird Sanctuary this spring, you may have noticed that the high ropes course has undergone quite a transformation over the winter. The new course, constructed over 240 hours by Woodcraft and Ropes Course Director Sonny Adkins, is about six times bigger than the previous one— with two levels and 18 elements, including two zipline exits.

4 myths of education

June 26, 2012

There are four huge barriers to getting a college education—but they are not real barriers at all.
There are quite a few reasons for getting a college education and they are the obvious reasons you have already thought about. Your education is your planned effort to learn and build learning skills. A degree can help open doors to better jobs and build skills you need to create your own opportunities in business and life. A college degree is a useful signal to others that you can learn, and stay engaged in learning.

Death notices 6-26-12

June 26, 2012

Maebelle Scaife
June 23, 2012
KEWANNA — Maebelle Scaife, 69, of Kewanna died at 1:40 a.m., Saturday, June 23, 2012 at St. Vincent Seton Specialty, Indianapolis.

Dorothy Ann Heinlein

June 26, 2012

Dorothy Ann Heinlein
Nov. 14, 1938
KEENE, Texas — With profound sadness we announce the passing of Dorothy Ann Heinlein Wednesday, June 20, 2012. After a long and courageous battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis, Dorothy (fondly known as Dot) passed peacefully with her daughter Debbie and son Larry by her side. 

James R. Menges

June 26, 2012

James R. Menges
Aug. 20, 1942-June 23, 2012

Elsie Kathleen Kirby Hanes

June 26, 2012

Elsie Kathleen Kirby Hanes
Dec. 4, 1922-June 22, 2012
BOURBON — Former resident of Bourbon, Edmond, Okla. and current resident of Florence, S.C. died June 22, 2012 at The Methodist Manor of the Pee Dee in Florence, S.C.
Elsie Kathleen Kirby was born Dec. 4, 1922 in the family home at Pacolet Mills, S.C. in Spartanburg County. Kathleen was the first child of MayBelle Seay Kirby and Archie Kirby. She attended South Carolina Local Schools and graduated from Fair Forest High School in the class of 1939.

Suzanne Marie Schrader

June 26, 2012

Suzanne Marie Schrader
June 16, 1962-June 24, 2012
BREMEN — Suzanne Marie Schrader, 50, of Bremen died Sunday, June 24, 2012 at home. She was born June 16, 1962 in Bremen to John M. and Marsha L. (Balmer) Schrader. Suzanne graduated with the class of 1980 from Bremen High School.
Suzanne’s family remembers her as their loving and fun Aunt Susie that was always there for them and now, will always be missed. Her family was her world; she loved her nieces and nephew very much. Suzanne also enjoyed music, animals, bowling, and shopping.

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