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Stories from Saturday, June 26, 2010

Getting an education outside the classroom (06/26/10)
GREENCASTLE -- This summer Hannah Ames is getting an education outside her college studies. The 21-year-old Purdue University senior was selected to be the summer intern for United Way of Putnam County under its director David English. "It's been a blessing in disguise," she said about the unexpected internship with an organization committed to improving lives and building stronger communities through bringing the best resources together to provide help where its needed...
PCM announces annual gala (06/26/10)
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Museum's Annual Meeting and Gala will be held at DePauw University's Union Building Ballroom on Aug. 7 from 4-7 p.m. The Museum is celebrating its nine years of service to Putnam County by thanking its members and the community, and sharing news of recent activities...
'Rock' ing Out (06/26/10)
Erin Thomas, front, and Emma Cash wash rocks before painting them at the Putnam County Museum during its PCM Rocks program. Children learned about different types of rocks -- sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous. They also learned what rocks were indigenous to Putnam County. Each child then chose a rock to wash and create into a "rock creature."...
Duct tape winner (06/26/10)
GREENCASTLE -- Twelve-year-old Anna Urban was voted first place winner in the annual duct tape competition hosted by the Putnam County Public Library. Urban, who resides in Fillmore, created an aquarium comprised of the soft and flexible adhesive. Duct tape was originally developed during World War II, as water-resistant sealing tape for ammunition cases and a quick fix for windows and trucks...
Canary earns HCAC honor (06/26/10)
TERRE HAUTE -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology placed four players on the all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference softball squad recently. Seniors Brittany Bernthold (Fisherville, Ky./Eastern) and Jordan Goslee (St. Joseph, Mich.) captured first-team all-league accolades...
Nees named to All-HCAC team (06/26/10)
FRANKLIN -- Six Franklin College baseball players were named to the 2010 All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference First Team, including the league's Freshman of the Year, as announced by the league office today. Grizzlies shortstop Nick Stoia (Camby, Ind./Decatur Central) was the fourth Franklin College player to ever be voted the conference's top freshman...
June 2010

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