Wentz Earns M.D. from IU

Scott M. Wentz, M.D. has graduated Doctor of Medicine through the Indiana University School of Medicine. He graduated with Highest Distinctions and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He will begin his residency training in Ophthalmology at the Indiana University School of Medicine beginning July 1 st. His parents are Norm and Janet Wentz. His grandparents are Norman Wentz Sr. and the late Patricia Wentz and Lillian Gollnick and the late J. Richard Gollnick. Scott was a 2006 graduate of Knox High School.

90th Annual Pulaski County Extension Homemaker Achievement Program Held

Provided by Purdue Extension Pulaski County

The Annual Achievement Program was held at the Winamac Presbyterian Church on June 1st.  Following a delicious carry-in dinner was a program by Joyce Lawyer on quilting called “Around the Block.” Kelly Ortman gave a memorial tribute to Pam Rausch, former EH County President, who passed away last year after the fair.  The new county officers were installed: President – Lenora Hoover; First VP –Pat Walded; Second VP– Karen Good; Secretary – Jean Rife; Treasurer – Marcia Link; Advisor – Julie Kasten. Congratulations to them!

Special awards given went to:

Club with Most Guests and a tie for Most New Members went to Patchwork Pals

Most New Member Award also went to Extension Chords

Community Service Club award was awarded to Nite Liters EH Club who helped a family in need to learn some cooking skills.

Behind the Scenes Award for 2015 went to Lenora Hoover of Patchwork Pals for all her hard work, many times without recognition.

Homemaker of the Year for 2015 went to Sue Rosenbaum of Patchwork Pals for all her work she has done for Extension Homemakers and 4-H the past 30 years.

Quilted “rug mugs” were made for each member present by the Patchwork Pals. The chair Hostess club for program/meal was the Country Friends, and Happy Homemakers were over the registration.  Thanks to all who  participated!