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BLHS will host its 4th Annual National Cheerleading Association Regional on February 9th. Doors open at 7am with registration until 9am. The competition begins at 10am with the Varsity Squads. The cost is $15 per Cheerleader, per team, $10 per best Cheerleader, $5 per spectator. For more information, contact Anita Correll, at BLHS at 456-1261.


BLHS announces its 8th Annual Open House on Sunday, January 20th, from 2pm to 4pm. Visitors and their families are invited to spend the afternoon touring the school, visiting classrooms, meeting teachers and students and experiencing the magic of LUERS SPIRIT! Representatives to address financial aid and tuition issues, guidance programs and athletic activities will also be available.

A hospitality room for alumni will be in the Development Office, Room 142. Stop in and visit with your fellow alumni! Any family or student interested in learning more about Bishop Luers is invited. For more information, call the school at 456-1261. Freshmen registration for the 2002-2003 school year will be held Tuesday, January 29th and Wednesday, January 30th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in the school library. Registration fee is $100.




TUFWC will conduct its first spring Campus Visitation Day on February 8, 2002. Each semester, three Campus Visitation Days, hosted by the TUFW enrollment staff, are offered for prospective students and their parents to experience the Taylor Tradition first-hand. Campus Visitation Day allows students to meet TUFW faculty, meet with enrollment and financial aid representatives, attend classes and chapel, explore the campus and discover opportunities available through scholarships, students ministries, student leadership, and athletics. To register or for more information, contact TUFWC office of enrollment services at 1-800-233-3922 or 744-8689.


TUFWC offers students affordable and convenient, faith-based learning opportunities to fit into a working adult's schedule. Course options include course completion on campus or online; students may choose to audit a course or complete a degree. Taylor NOW also awards credit for prior learning through life experience. Class registration is currently in progress at TUFWC. Classes begin Monday, February 4, 2002.

To register or for more information pertaining to the Taylor NOW program at TUFWC, call 744-8689. Before enrolling as a guest student, please call the office of the registrar, 744-8629 to be assured of class space in the interested course(s).



The cost is $75 for one child, $70 for each additional child in the same family and includes all materials and instructional fees. Registrations must be received no later than January 30, 2002. Space is limited. For a registration form and further information, telephone 260-434-7591 or e-mail Mr. Cartwright at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..




Tracy Hammond of Fort Wayne participated in the 29th annual Christ College Freshman Production, "Chasing the Wind," November 8-10 at VU. The play stars three protagonists who are on a quest to find the "Good Life." The Christ College Freshman program is a two-semester sequence of interdisciplinary honors courses. The classes focus on the ideas that have shaped a range of traditions, and this theme is partly explored throughout the creation of the annual freshman production. In just ten weeks of intense collaboration, the students who make up the class write, stage, and perform an original 90-minute musical based on themes encountered in class.

Tracy Hammond played the role of a nurse and was a gospel choir performer in "Chasing the Wind." She was a member of both the musical performance and the script and lyrics committees. Hammond, a freshman at VU, is majoring in biology in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is a 2001 graduate of R. Nelson Snider High School and is the daughter of Stanley and Catherine Hammond of Fort Wayne.

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