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Stories from Saturday, May 10, 2008

Six finalists named for philanthropy awards (05/10/08)
Two Putnam County women will be honored for their philanthropic efforts today. Two winners will be selected from a field of six finalists for the awards, which are administered by the Putnam County Community Foundation. The award ceremony, a women-only brunch, will be held at 10 a.m. today at the DePauw Memorial Student Union Ballroom...
Green thumbs abound at Mill Pond (05/10/08)
A peek into one of the courtyards at Mill Pond Health Campus in Greencastle shows how many green thumbs have been at work in the garden. A group of several residents, with guidance from volunteer Dennis Harney, are happy to show off their blossoming plants...
National nursing home week is May 11-17 (05/10/08)
Local nursing homes are preparing activities to celebrate National Nursing Home Week May 11-17. The American Health Care Association (ACHA) established the weeklong celebration in 1967. Activities are designed to foster intergenerational relationships, collect and preserve patient's reminiscences, strengthen relationships with family members, celebrate quality, and recognize all staff members who demonstrate excellent care giving...
School Calendars May 12-16 (05/10/08)
Cloverdale Community Schools High School Wednesday, May 14 -- WCC Banquet Middle School Monday, May 12 -- GT Broad Based Planning 7 a.m. After school tutoring until 3:20 p.m. Cheerleader tryouts CMS gym 3 -- 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 13 -- After school tutoring until 3:20 p.m...
School menus May 12-16 (05/10/08)
Cloverdale Community Schools Monday, May 12 -- Chili with peanut butter sandwich or philly steak sandwich, curley fries and buttered corn Tuesday, May 13 -- Turkey wrap Bacon cheeseburger, cheese fries and green beans Wednesday, May 14 -- Country turkey noodles or country fried steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetable fruit and bread with butter...
Tiger Cubs sweep WCC titles (05/10/08)
Despite a steady, bone-chilling rain that continued throughout most of Friday's West Central Conference meet, the four Putnam County schools put together an impressive evening. For the girls, Greencastle ran away with the WCC title, amassing 155 total points, with South Putnam placing fourth with 75.5, Cloverdale fifth with 40 and North Putnam finished the meet with eight points...
DePauw softball advances in tourney (05/10/08)
ROCK ISLAND, Ill. -- Top-ranked DePauw softball scored three in the second and two in the fifth and Megan Soultz tossed her 15th shutout of the season in a 5-0 win over Washington University in an NCAA Division III Softball Championship first round game...
Trinity Dorsett (05/10/08)
Trinity Nora Lynn Dorsett, infant daughter of Amber Nicole Dale and Clint John Dorsett, was stillborn on Friday, May 9, 2008. Also surviving are her grandparents, Jim and Donna Dale, Bruce and Julie Dorsett and Debora Dorsett; great-grandparents, Jennie Dale, Betty Enlow, Ronald and Linda Dorsett, Kathleen Smith; aunts and uncles, Heather Dale, Jacob Dale, Cody and Amanda Dorsett, Matt Rogers, Whitney Dorsett and Kasey and Dave Neeley...
Joseph E. Jackson (05/10/08)
Joseph E. Jackson, 83, Cloverdale, died Friday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Blanford, Ind., he was the son of Herman and Martha Cecil (McCauley) Jackson. He married Dorothy M. (Slicer) Jackson. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was an operator of heavy equipment. He was founder and minister of Golden Gate Baptist Church, Indianapolis and was a member of the V.F.W. in Greenfield...
Jeffrey Snider (05/10/08)
Jeffrey Eugene Snider, 41, of Lena, passed away May 5, 2008 following a dirt bike accident. He was born Feb. 15, 1967, in Clay County, to Arthur and Sandra (Schultz) Snider. Jeff was a 1985 graduate of Northview High School. Shortly after high school he was honored with an art scholarship. He gave up his art scholarship to join the United States Army...
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