TAYLOR UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE CAMPUS
TUFWC HOSTS ‘RESPECT FOR LAW YOUTH CAMP’
TUFWC is pleased to host a ‘Respect For Law Camp’, an Indiana State Police Youth Services Camp, offered July 10-12, 2003 for children in 5th and 6th grades. Respect for Law Camp is offered to fifth and sixth graders and gives students an up-close look at how law enforcement and the legal system work. This three-day camp, co-sponsored by the Indiana Optimists, features personal safety and drug awareness classes, as well as recreational activities.
The camps are staffed by police officers and are co-sponsored by Indiana District Optimists. Personal safety, drug awareness, and exciting demonstrations are included in the curriculum. Recreational activities round out the schedule. The camps, held at major universities throughout Indiana, give students a chance to interact with their peers from other parts of the state, and are a great opportunity for them to become familiar with campus life.
Over 2,500 students annually interact with peers who have expressed common interests and who are also facing the challenges of tomorrow. Each camp is targeted toward a unique audience, and each meets its goal in a different way. The programs include well-balanced meals and comfortable sleeping facilities. The camp staffs are hand-picked, responsible law enforcement personnel from across Indiana and surrounding states, who have committed themselves to, and have a strong interest in, helping to prepare today’s youth for the future.
To register or for more information about Indiana State Police Youth Services Camps, please call 888-477-9688 or visit the state police website at www.state,in.us/isp. Applications may also be picked up at Taylor University Fort Wayne’s Witmer Hall, 1025 West Rudisill Blvd. Respect for Law Camps cost $75.
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT FRANCIS
USF Students Named To Dean’s List
Dr. Marcia Sauter, Vice President for Academic Affairs at USF announced students named to the Dean’s List for Spring Semester 2003. These students maintained a 3.5 grade point average on a four-point scale and carried at least 12 credit hours.
From Fort Wayne: Michelle L. Cano (Fine Arts Major), Clinton Bontempo (Business Major), and Patricia Laws (Nursing Major).
KEKIONGA MIDDLE SCHOOL
KMS 2003 – 2004 CHEERLEADERS SELECTED
Workshops are over, and tryouts have been held! A huge “Thank You” goes out to all of the girls that gave up their time to attend. We appreciate your interest in your school. There were some tough decisions to make. We are pleased to announce the members of the 2003-2004 Kekionga Cheerleading Squad. Congratulations, ladies! We’re sure you will be working hard and getting ready for fall kick-off.
6th Grade – Alexandria Grand, Bianca Coria, Annie Resor, Shelby Tapp
7th Grade – Nafateria Coleman, Brittney Naylor, Tiffany Templeton, Miranda Murphy, Bianca Coria, Hillary Marcum, Shannen Thorn, Jessica Schweyer,
ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL
PROUDLY PRESENTS LES MISÉRABLES – Student Edition
Who: Elmhurst High School
What: Les Misérables – The musical that swept the world!
When: Friday, June 27-7:30pm & Saturday, June 28-7:30pm
Where: Elmhurst High School – Sandpoint Road
Cost: $7 all seats reserved – Call Kirby Volz at 425-7510, Ext 445
Note: Cast members from: Canterbury, Carroll, Bishop Dwenger, Elmhurst, Paul Harding, Homestead, Bishop Luers, North Side, Northrop, South Side, and Wayne.