Ancilla College News
Bishop Rhoades to Kick off Lampen Lecture Series
DONALDSON – Informational and inspiring lectures are not limited to the classroom at Ancilla College. For the last 12 years, the college has presented their Lampen Lecture series to the public. Named for Sr. Joel Lampen, Ancilla’s first president, the Lampen Lecture series was initiated by Sr. Carleen Wrasman in 2005.
The Lampen Lecture series was designed to combine the universality of the Catholic Church, the international character of the PHJC, and the Earth Charter, which is a declaration of fundamental principles for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society.
Now the college is kicking off the Spring Lampen Lecture series for 2017. The first lecture will definitely not be one to miss as they are hosting Bishop Kevin Rhoades, the ninth Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend, and his lecture titled The Role of Young Adults in Church and Society. “Our young people carry within them the potential to change the world for the better,” said Sr. Jolise May, vice president of mission integration.
“Might I add, they are adventurers; they are risk-takers. They hold in their hands and hearts the potential and possibilities of healing a hurting world. We are pleased to have Bishop Rhoades here on the Ancilla campus to speak,” Sr. May said.
Bishop Rhoades, speaking at Ancilla College, picture attached below
The lecture will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the Evergreen Room of the Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center.
This series is open to Ancilla students, staff, others in the PHJC ministries, as well as the general public at no charge. The Spring Lampen Schedule for 2017 is as follows:
January 25, 2017 “The Role of Young Adults in Church and Society” Bishop Kevin Rhoades, Diocese of Fort Wayne/South Bend Evergreen Room of Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center at 6:30 p.m.
February 22, 2017 Topic on Mysticism (Specific topic to be determined Richard Daves, PhD
Hardesty Room (C231) at 2:10 p.m.
March 16, 2017 Part I. The Plight of Central American Women and Unaccompanied Children, and United States Immigration Martha Villigas Miranda, MSSW
Cana Hall at 12:45 p.m.
April 19, 2017 Part II: The Plight of Central American Women and Unaccompanied Children, and Access to the United States Educational System. Br. Alan Parham, FSC
Cana Hall at 12:45 p.m.
Ancilla College and the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ are proud to offer these lectures to anyone who might have interest in attending. If you have any questions about the details, please contact Sr. Jolise May, Vice President of Mission Integration, at email@example.com or (574) 936-8898 ext. 361. We look forward to seeing you at the Lampen Lectures.
Ancilla College, founded in 1937, is a small, private, liberal arts school offering associate degrees in over two dozen academic programs and intercollegiate athletics at their campus near Plymouth, Indiana. Ancilla is a sponsored ministry of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, part of the Center at Donaldson.
This fundraiser is for Knox JPW Cheer Squad to compete at Nationals at ESPN Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida .
The girls are ages 8-11years of age who compete in the JPW division.
In October 2016 our girls competed for their first year at District in Indiana and took home a 1st Place Championship Trophy & also HIGHEST score of the day put of all squads, all ages.
In November 2016 next they then went on to compete at Regionals in Illinois and took home a 1st place Championship trophy. We are now headed to NATIONALS!!!!
There are 16 team members that we need to get to nationals. Expenses will be airfare, hotel, tickets, food, etc help us get these girls there so we can bring home the NATIONAL CHAMPION title.
These girls work HARD! They practice anywhere from 2-4 days per week for 1 1/2-3 hours at a time. They also cheer at their teams games each weekend leaving very little free time after school or on weekends. They toss into the air several feet up, flip, front and back walkovers, tumble, back flip, jump, cartwheel etc. It’s a very hard sport to be in. Numerous cheerleaders also attend gymnastics to help better their squad which is even more time, money, & energy for these girls to participate in. These girls are BEYOND talented and deserve their chance at Disney! We believe they will be first place Champions!!!! Let’s get Knox on the map and featured on ESPN as having the #1 JPW Cheer Squad out there! DONATE & SHARE our link DAILY if possible 🙂 Thank you in advance from all the Cheerleaders, Coaches, & Parents for supporting our squad and helping them make their dreams come true.
ALL $$$$$$ received will be split EQUALLY among the girls that attend the 2016 trip to Nationals to compete. So feel free to share, tag, tweet, copy & paste the link etc. and lets get these girls to Disney!!!!
In the event we do not qualify for Disney in 2016 the funds will continue to be saved for the squad for the following year.
The Cheer & Dance Championships feature over 300 cheer and dance teams who compete at a five-day long event. Competitions take place at the HP Field House at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex ™. Cheer & Dance Squads compete in 4 different age ranges (Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Wee, Jr. JV & Varsity). The Cheer teams also compete in sizes (Small, Medium & Large) and four competition categories (YCADA PW1, PW2, PW3 & PW4). The Dance teams compete in two competition categories (YCADA Pom Performance and Theme Dance).Each year, Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. hosts the Pop Warner Super Bowl and National Cheer and Dance Championships.
For the past eleven years, the event has taken place at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex ™ in Lake Buena Vista, FL during the first full week of December.
The 26TH Pop Warner Cheer and Dance Championships is a 6 day long event beginning on Saturday, Dec. 6th with a Mitey Mite Cheer Event and national finals taking place Monday Dec.5th through Friday, Dec. 9th, at the HP Field House Arena at ESPN’s WWOS, just upstairs from the football fields. Our Advanced Division
PW4 squads across all age ranges will perform live on ESPN3. Over 450 cheer and dance squads participate in small, medium and large squads in four divisions at novice, beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Competition begins with the youngest age divisions performing on Monday and the eldest cheerleaders on Friday, and is broken into morning and afternoon sessions each wrapping up with a festive parade of champions and awards ceremonies.
Lisa Dan, administrative assistant at the Starke County Economic Development Foundation (SCEDF) for the past 10 years, was recently named a finalist for the 2016 Influential Women of Northwest Indiana recognition award. Ms. Dan was nominated by previous past presidents of the Foundation, Diane Thalmann and Bill Sonnemaker. Ms. Thalmann was a previous winner back in 2011 as Most Influential Woman in the category of Economic Development. Continue reading
Editor’s note: Dr. Dennis Dalphond of North Judson is spearheading the restoration of the stone terrace across from the United Methodist Church on Central Avenue at the north edge of Pioneer Cemetery. We are pleased to share his chronicles of the progress on the project.
This past Friday at 11 a.m., Helen grabbed me to tell me that Marshall Horstman (town superintendent-hereafter known as Marshall Dillon-young people look up “Gunsmoke”–old, old tv series may even have been in black and white) was up front and that he had something for me. Uh-oh i said, ent up front and there he was-dripping wet with sweat with a light dusting of sand.
He held out to me a key on a ring. I asked him what this was, and he said that the key was to open a padlock that would allow us to use the valve that was connected to a water line that had just been installed at the top of the hill at the Pioneer Cemetery. This news almost opened the valve that is connected to my lacrimal glands (these babies make tears).
I removed the key from the ring, put the ring on the fourth finger of his left hand, got down one one knee and asked him to marry me. He said NO. I stood up and moved to hug him and he pushed me away–warning that he was dirty with sand and sweat–I pushed his hands away and gave him a big ‘ole man hug and thanked him from the depths my heart. Helping the Marshall was Randy Schwartz and Jason Manns. I’ve been looking for them to thank them in person-so far no luck.
Tyler Lee and i went over to the site Friday at noon, and there we, to our wondering eyes, were greeted by a big hole, a back-hoe, a meter pit and a fire-engine red water spigot-with that padlock which opened with that key, and the water pressure was impressive. I will post some photos-with Tyler and me-taking our turns sitting in the back-hoe pretending to operate the controls-we may actually did not do that-maybe those photos were photo-shopped and maybe they were not-only Tyler and I know for sure and we ain’t sayin’. I’m just sayin’. sayin’ somethin’ or other-lost my train of thought there for a second.
Stopped in at the Town Hall Monday night to thank the board members-they were kind enough to let me interrupt the public meeting (I may have said something to the effect that i was on the way to the hospital which may or may not have been true-what was true was that i was soaking wet from the downpour outside).
The North Judson Town Board
The Methodist Church for all the water that we used to get this far
This post is lengthy so be prepared
I am thanking many people who helped out yesterday at TTAAMC. it is a long list, so please note each name. I hope that I have not left anyone out, if so please, please let me know. i apologize for any misspellings. so here it goes
The Korchas’-Bryan, Brianna, Brooke and Kristin
The Burgers’-Trey (proud new Dad) and Gordon (proud new Grandfather)
The Brazauskas’-Jim, Stephanie, Shay, Olivia,Gabe
The Stacys’-Corey, Jasmine, Hudson, Lincoln, Ethan, Jensen, and Cohen
The Clemons’-Jesiah, Amie, Axel, Teia and Cora
The Moerlands’-Joos, Essie and Lina
Mark and Monica Rayburn
And finally the leaders of their “pack”-which includes most of the above.
Pastors Larry and Essie Clemons (of the Everlasting River Fellowship). These two are wonderful leaders and their “pack” is made up of gentle, loving and very generous individuals.
Essie had told me, earlier in the week, that members of their church wanted to help so I said “please surprise me with as many folks as can be rounded up” as we will have a lot to do. When I pull up to TTAAFMC on any given Saturday morning I always shut my eyes and lower my expectations as to how many people will be there-sometimes one or two and sometimes it is just me-regardless of how many, I am always grateful for whatever greets my eyes as I open them. Essie surprised me. Indeed. I opened my eyes and saw THIRTY FOUR pairs of eyes-all looking at me-I did not get out of my truck right away as my eyes had some moisture on them-said moisture was not sweat as Ii had done no work yet. Said moisture, Ii believe are called tears.
This is what was accomplished in ONE hour
Dug a trench 16 inches wide, 2 feet deep and NINETY feet long in preparation for the concrete footing for the next wall
Separated top soil from the underlying sand and and placed both in separate piles
Gathered pretty stones and placed them in a pile for easy access down the road
Gathered massive chunks of concrete (left over from the curb when it was replaced years ago) and placed them in there own BIG pile-this stuff will, eventually, need to be hauled away
Then Mr. Don Bowman suggested that we might prepare the form for the concrete footing. I groaned quietly as I was quite tired at that point because the week just finished at the office had been quite challenging. The weeks vacation in Myrtle Beach with the kids and grandchildren was wonderful but, if you play u r going to pay when u get back and pay we did-m’ladies and I were run off of our feet all last week. But everyone else seemed to be up for it. So we drove our trucks over to Norwayne Lumber (so nice to have that lumber yard so close to home) where Mr. Jim Menis greeted us with a smile (he is a very, very good man-we do not know of all the good deeds he does-many of those good deeds he does without being asked-our town is very fortunate to have such a hard working, generous and community-minded individual) and picked up the necessary supplies-180 feet of 1×6 boards, 180 feet of rebar, 36 two-foot stakes and 50 risers, went home (so nice to live one block away from TTAAFMC) and grabbed a couple of drills and many screws and went back to prepared that form.
All of that took an additional hour and 10 minutes, and now all is ready for next Saturday, when concrete will be mixed and placed in that form. Then I went home and took a very, very long nap.
we all had a great time-oh… i almost forgot-M warned me to “watch my mouth” as cussing to me is like breathing-so I told the people there what she had said and they all laughed. I told them not to laugh as I do use “colorful” (?) language, but they kept on laughing. Anyhoo-i did my best, and Pastor Clemons complimented me, at the end of the work, on the restraint I had shown.
Finally and at last I just want to say that our experience that morning was gratifying and fun. I think I now know what a “Barn Raising” was like-hard work, fine people and fun…oh.. and gum and Spider Man and Cinderella stickers.
Thank you all
Ribbon cutting photo for G&G Guns located in Ed’s Auto Parts. This took place in the morning on Saturday, August 6th.
Pictured: Geri Dolezal, Greg Dolezal, Randy Nelson, Mayor Estok, Lora Estok, Don Kring, Patrick Gibbs, Mike Gibbs, Rich Kazee, Councilman Jeff Berg, and Mark Matthew.
Chamber President Jerry Gurrado was also in attendance, just not included in the photo.
Editor’s note: Information published as submitted by Justin Croy
The National Auctioneers Association held its 67th Annual Conference & Show on July 18th thru the 23rd in Grand Rapids Michigan. Auctioneers from across the world gather at De Vos Place Convention Center to network and discuss industry business. The conference wrapped up with the 29th annual International Auctioneers Championship. 95 Auctioneers from throughout the United States and parts of Ireland competed to be the International Auctioneer Champion (IAC). Continue reading
Dr. Dennis Dalphond’s work to rehabilitate Pioneer Cemetery in North Judson is continuing, and WKVI is pleased to share his weekly progress reports.
So things are going well down at the terraced area across from the Methodist Church. Don’t know about you but I am getting tired of typing (with one finger) “the terraced area across from the Methodist Church” every time I have to say something about the terraced area across from the Methodist Church. So I have shortened it to TTAAFTMC which, obviously stands for the terraced area across from the Methodist Church.
Sooo much easier to type “TTAAFTMC” than to type “the terraced area across from the Methodist Church.” How many more times, in this article am I going to type “the terraced area across from the Methodist Church” which, as we know, has been shortened to TTAAFTMC? I am not sure how many more times but, as M knows, I am one for chokin’ a dead horse far longer than is generally required to still the heart of a horse. Them things are big!!! Horses I mean. Huge they are and I think you would best be careful when chokin’ one cause if you stop chokin’ too soon and horsey is still alive-well he will not be very happy with you and might want to exact revenge in the form of sarcasm which they are very good at. Neighhhheh. Horses ROCK. As we all know having many times seen rocking horses. Wait a second…M is sayin’ somethin 2 me-what’s that Hon-in the USA people say “beating” a dead horse?..and not “choking” it…really. Hmmm. Well all I know is that in Canadia we are into chokin’ the pony-to make double sure it ceases to exist-to choke it until it is no more. Such strange customs.
It would appear that this article is much ‘ado about nothing but I want to make 3 or more points
#1. The terraced area across from the Methodist Church has been shortened to TTAAFTMC
#2. I will be at the TAAFTMC (so much easier) every Saturday morning at 8 a.m. if anyone wants to help out-1-2 hours of work and play. I will always be there at that time. Unless I am not. There at that time is what I mean-but will put notice in THE MARKET and/or on Facebook if plans change.
#3. Marshall (dillon??) the North Judson Town Superintendant has checked out the plumbing to the spigots on the hill, and it ain’t pretty. Old pipe leaks bad-the older the pipe the badder the leak and them babies is old (the pipes I mean). So we will have to continue with the Methodist Water-so refreshing!-and my garden hose and Mr. Tyler Lee and that is a good lead in for
#4. the 80 plants that we planted 4 weeks ago have found salvation in the name of Mr. Tyler Lee-you know him-he is of Helen and Steve fame. He has been diligently getting water to them babies (the plants I mean) and they are looking great. Looking great in the middle of a drought, no less. Tyler you da man! Thanks Bud-one less thing for me to fret about.
This afternoon the following 4-H’ers were crowned 4-H Royally and Court at the Pulaski County Fair:
Pulaski County 4-H Royalty:
Regan Culp who is the daughter of Dan and Melissa Culp and is a member of the Salem Super Stars 4-H Club and Peyton Newman who is the daughter of Art and Melissa Newman and is a member of Indian Creek Indians 4-H Club.
Their court is:
Jacob Conner who is the son of Jim and Mary Conner and is a member of the Indian Creek Indians 4-H Club
Kassi Dahn who is the daughter of Brian and Rosa Dahn and is a member of the Busy Beavers 4-H Club.
Rachel Ploss who is the daughter of Tony and Patti Ploss and is a member of the Monroe 76’ers 4-H Club
Andriana Smith who is the daughter of Doug and Amy Smith and is a member of Indian Creek and Paw Prints 4-H Clubs.
Thursday, June 23 at Knox Middle School, Pat Zobrist presented the Rollin Harold Whiting Award to KMS student Clinton Stacy. He’s the son of Rockey and Amy Stacy.
The Rollin Harold Whiting Award is awarded to an 8th grade boy who is active in the basketball program. Knox High School Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Rob Krueger was present for the presentation.
In the last weeks of the fiscal year for Tri Kappa, the chapter voted to
support the Knox Band by sending the two Drum Majors to camp. Continue reading
The Knox Chapter of Tri Kappa supported the “Project Lead The Way” class at Knox High School recently by funding some of the supplies.
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Biomedical Science is a program that offers students the opportunity to learn hands on and research skills to become career ready in a biomedical field. Students take a series of courses starting with Principles of Biomedical Science, Human Biological Systems, and Medical Interventions to learn biotech skills. There are currently six students who have completed the first two years of the program and will take the Medical Interventions course this fall. Laurie Simmons and Kori Hamm are the science teachers in charge of the
Editor’s note: WKVI is pleased to share articles submitted by Dr. Dennis Dalphond regarding the progress of his restoration efforts at Pioneer Cemetery.
Met with the North JudsonTown Board Monday evening to give an update as to our progress on the cemetery deal. They were VERY receptive and appreciative of our efforts thus far. Promised to see if those water spigots can be turned on so that I can bring my garden hose back home. I do not have a sprinkler system in our back yard so M and I have been watering our stuff with water buckets. Oh my aching back but so far my back surgery is holding out. Continue reading
Editor’s note: Dr. Dennis Dalphond is spearheading restoration efforts at Pioneer Cemetery in North Judson. For the past few months he has written a weekly update on the progress of the project for “The Market.” We’re now going to share it on our site as well.