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Sixty-two Optimists found their way to the Westminster Hall
dinning room for breakfast, club activities and program.
Door greeters were Kevin Marose and Mark Hall. Guests
included: Steve Ferber; Terry & Lynn Howie; Bruce Haines;
Bonnie Bradley; Jim Lancaster; Dave Anson; and Trina Hoy
Prayer was offered by Ed Nordstrom, who guided our
thoughts to God for the families of Phil Eherenman, Jack
Jarecki and John Kirkpatric. Members were given opportunity
to express themselves by donating to the memorial fund in honor
of Phil Eherenman.
Birthday Celebration: Martin Becker lead the group in a count
down using the melody of the birthday song. The celebrates
were: Jennifer Dorman and Rob Reneker.
Students of the Week were from Warsaw Community High
School. Administrators Dave Anson and Steve Ferber presented
certificates to each student. Pictures were taken and will
make their way into the local newspaper. Parents were recognized
and congratulated. This week’s Students of the Week
included: Hilary Hershberger, Alex VanDuyne, Melissa Dick,
Jimmy Dove, Emily Johnson, Teryn Sapper, Kelsey Green,
and Tiffany Barry.
Announcements: Sam Whitaker introduced and honored Terry
Howie, who has been active with the Respect for Law Program.
Terry was awarded was selected as Policeman of the Year. The
Inaugural Concert in the Glover Pavilion at Center Park is May
21st with Patrick Kavanaugh conducting.
Please pray for our Troops and their Families:
Jessica Meier (Army)
Evan Mock (Navy-deployed to the Persian Gulf)
Dr. Ryan Plank (Navy-Hawaii-Orthopedic surgeon)
Aaron Stahl (Marines)
2nd Lt. Jacob Sweatland (Army-final phase of Ranger training)
May 17 – Sheriff Aaron Rovenstine
Kosciusko County Sherriff Department.
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Northeast Indiana Public Radio: Bruce Haines is the General
Manager of two radio stations, WBNI and WBOI. Bruce has a
background in radio broadcasting, art / theater and business
administration. He is a member of Downtown Rotary in Fort
Wayne, married with two daughters. “Public radio strives to be
an interactive medium working with communities,” Bruce said.
“We want to respond to what people are looking for in public
radio.” As a privately supported, not-for-profit membership
organization, NPR serves a growing audience of 26 million
Americans each week in partnership with more than 800 independently
operated, noncommercial public radio stations. Each
NPR Member Station serves local listeners with a distinctive
combination of national and local programming. With original
online content and audio streaming, npr.org offers hourly newscasts,
special features and ten years of archived audio and information.
For more information link to the following: www.nipr.fm
• • • I N S P I R A T I O N • • •
“No one is sure about what will happen in the future. Nothing
happens by itself. All of us need to work hard to make positive
things happen. That is the path I have chosen and I am striving
to be the very best I can be . . . My family and friends are very
supportive and help me through the tough times. I can count on
them. Another area that I can count on is my education because
it allows me to work successfully . . . I want to help others. If I
can keep my mind and eyes open, there are always opportunities
to help others. I want to thank Optimists for making this
– – Kathryn Philips.