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Lectures and Fine Arts request for funds
The Lecture and Fine Arts Committee is reminding faculty and staff seeking funds to bring speakers, artists and lecturers to campus for the 2017-18 academic year of important upcoming dates. The committee's review cycle begins this April. The first window for applications opens onApril 15 and closes on April 29. After April 29, the committee will review all submitted applications and allocate funds to the most qualified applications by May 15. Applications received after April 29 but before September 1 will be reviewed in early September, and applications received in September will be reviewed in early October. The committee will respond to applicants within three weeks of the respective deadline.
The committee welcomes all applications for campus event funding in amounts up to $1,500 per event. Applications with substantiated significant campus impact may request more than $1,500. All faculty and administrative staff members in the Luther community may submit proposals to the LFA Committee to request funds for specific events. In general, LFA will not provide ongoing annual or biennial funding. Proposals must be submitted through the LFA webpage. Contact Dean, <vespde01>, with questions.
Health savings account webinars
Optum Bank is offering health savings account webinars for employees on Luther's high deductible health plan. Register online for the following seminars.
Money Smart Week
April 22-29 is Money Smart Week, and students can play "Geocache for College Cash" in Preus Library. Let students know they can participate by finding seven posters, learning about seven financial topics every college student should know and answering seven quiz questions. Participants could win a security backpack filled with goodies and a $1,000 scholarship! Sponsored by Preus Library, TRIO Achievement Program and Wellness. Contact <trio> with questions.
Call for Paideia Texts and Issues presentation proposals
The Paideia Endowment Governing Board invites members of the Luther community to propose presentations on the theme "Be the Change" for the 2017-18 Texts and Issues Lecture Series. Participants are encouraged to address the theme from the perspective of a wide variety of texts drawn from the arts, sciences and humanities. If interested in participating in the lecture series, please submit a tentative title and a brief 250-word proposal by Friday, May 12. Find the proposal form online.
Call for presentation proposals: The Reformation of Everything 1517-2017 symposium
All faculty, staff, students and emeriti are invited to take part in Luther's symposium, "The Reformation of Everything, 1517-2017" on October 31, marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The committee charged with organizing the symposium is now accepting proposals for presentations, performances and exhibits on any aspect of the Reformation or its legacy. Proposals can be submitted online. Review will begin onMay 7. Contact Robert Christman, <chriro05>, with questions.
New guidelines for using film in courses
A task force on use of film in instruction reviewed current practices and options for streaming film for courses. There are new policies that may impact course syllabi, as well as a set of guidelines to help instructors navigate their options. Full explanation of the policy changes in the Digital Media Center and Library can be found online. Guidelines for Instructors on Using Film in Courses can be found here.
TIAA counseling sessions
TIAA announces individual counseling sessions 8:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m., Wednesday, May 3, and 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4, and 8:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Friday, May 5. Space is limited - register online or by calling 800-732-8353 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday-Friday. Sessions will be held at the Financial Aid Conference Room.
Faculty recognition dinner May 11
The Luther community is invited to the faculty recognition dinner Thursday, May 11, to honor retiring faculty Mark Johns and John Moeller and to pay tribute to Barbara Bohach and Laurie Iudin-Nelson after 25 years of service. A reception will take place at 5:30 p.m. in Hammarskjold, and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. in Peace Dining Room. Tickets are $12 on salenow through May 8at the Ticket Office or online.
Summer employment at Luther
Human Resources is accepting applications for summer employment from non-Luther students who are at least 16 years old. There are still multiple positions available in grounds and facilities services. Current Luther students will have priority consideration, followed by incoming first-year students, then dependents of Luther employees and finally members of the larger community, providing the appropriate requirements are met. Please complete the 2017 Summer Applicationand returned it to the Human Resources Office.
Health care update reminder
A reminder that participants in Luther's health plan must go to the UMR website to indicate if they have additional health insurance annually. For example, a person's spouse might have additional coverage through their employer, etc. This will keep any disruption in payment of claims to a minimum as claims are processed. Click on "Other Insurance" button in the middle of the screen and answer the questions, then click "submit."
National award information session
Encourage students to attend a session at 9:40 a.m. Tuesday, April 25, in Olin 101 to learn about the nationally competitive awards for which Luther College nominates students and alumni. From Fulbright to Udall, all awards have unique qualities that will engage a student's intellect and curiosity about the world. Find more information online. Contact Ann Landstrom, <[email protected]>, with questions.
Senior project ice cream at Preus Library
Encourage seniors completing senior papers and projects to come to Preus Library, 4-5:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, to enjoy ice cream and celebrate the completion of their projects. Senior paper advisers are invited to enjoy treats and celebrate with their advisees.
CEPE great book giveaway
The Center for Ethics and Public Engagement invites faculty, staff and students to the end-of-year great book giveaway 9:40-10:50 a.m., Tuesday, May 2, in Olin 214. Come and take a look at some of the books that will help shape next year's "Difficult Conversations" theme and fall book groups. A free book raffle will be available and treats will be served. Contact <cepe> with questions.
Community garden plots
Community garden plots are currently available. Full plots are 20 feet by 20 feet for $30, half plots are 20 feet by 10 feet for $20 and student plots are 10 feet by 10 feet for $10. Sign uponline by May 1. Checks can be made out to Luther Community Gardens. Plots must be planted by June 1. More information can be found online, or contact Sarah, <forssa03>, with questions.
Luther Serves 2017
Student volunteers from the Luther College Student Congregation will help Decorah residents with spring chores on Saturday, April 29, when Luther holds its annual "Luther Serves" community service day.Volunteers will help Decorah residents with yard work, planting, light housework, window removal and cleaning and other spring chores. Decorah residents may sign up by contacting Luther College Ministries, 387-1040, or <ministry> byTuesday, April 25. Please provide a brief explanation of the household or yard tasks to be completed. There is no charge for the Luther Serves services, but donations will be accepted. Funds collected will support Luther College's Diversity Center Book Fund and Pathway to Citizenship.
Chair Massages in Bunche
Wellness is hosting a massage therapist on campus for chair massages Mondays May 8 and May 22. Cost is $1 per minute. Cash, check or card accepted at appointment. Massages can help reduce muscle tension, improve blood flow/circulation, increase energy, improving productivity, decrease anxiety and enhance immune system function. Chair massage is done on a chair designed for massaging the back, neck, shoulders, arms and hands. Massages are done fully clothed. Sign up online and email <wellness> with questions.
Book Shop news
The book shop is carrying two of Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz's books, "An Indigenous People's History of the United States" and "All the Real Indians Died Off and 20 Other Myths About Native Americans." Purchase and have them signed before her lecture on April 25.
May Fourth Star Wars party
The Book Shop will host a Star Wars party from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Thursday, May 4, featuring games, discounts, food and more. Derek Sweet will sign his new book, "Star Wars in the Public Square: The Clone Wars as Political Dialogue." Those wearing Star Wars apparel will receive 25 percent off one item.
Chapel this week
Wednesday, April 26: Daniel Grainger
Friday, April 28: Natalie Williams
Monday, May 1: Brett Blattner '17
Events this week
April 25: 'How to Protect Yourself on Social Media,' 4 p.m., Olin 102; 'The Doctrine of Discovery and U.S. Genocidal History and Policies' 7 p.m., Valders 206; Cathedral Choir performance, 7:30 p.m., CFL Main Hall
April 26: Film screening: 'Resilience: the Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope,' 6 p.m., Valders 206; '13 Reasons Why' discussion, 7 p.m., Larsen 120; Luther College Ringers and Cantorei spring concert, 7:30 p.m., CFL Main Hall
April 27: Holistic wellness fair, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m., SRC; Collegiate Chorale concert, 7:30 p.m., NRH
April 28: Aurora and Norsemen concert, 7:30 p.m., CFL Main Hall; Theatre performance: 'Becky Shaw,' 7:30 p.m., Storre Theatre; Maasai dance event, 8:30 p.m., Marty's
April 29: Theatre performance: 'Becky Shaw,' 1:30, 7:30 p.m., Storre Theatre; Jazz Band performance, 7:30 p.m., CFL Main Hall
April 30: Chamber Orchestra performance, 4 p.m., CFL Main Hall; 'Culture Change among the Maasai of Tanzania,' 7 p.m., Valders 206
Home sporting events this week
April 26: Softball vs. Wartburg, 3 p.m.
April 28: Baseball vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, 3 p.m.
April 29: Baseball vs. Nebraska Wesleyan, noon; Softball vs. Simpson College, 1 p.m.
Barbara Stier '18 will perform a voice recital at2 p.m.Saturday, April 29.
Jason Sczypiorski '18 will perform a euphonium recital at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 29.
Emma Deignan '18 and Tyler DesRochers '18 will perform a voice recital at noon Sunday, April 30.
Amy Pham '18 and Desiree Bradshaw '18 will give a voice recital at8:30 p.m.Sunday, April 30.
Student recitals are held in Noble Recital Hall and are followed by a reception. Both recitals and receptions are open to the public with no charge for admission.
'How to Protect Yourself on Social Media'
Chris Pallaris, director and principal consultant at i-intelligence, a commercial intelligence consultancy based in Zurich, Switzerland, will give a talk called "How to Protect Yourself on Social Media" at 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 25 in Olin 102. His talk will be geared toward those who wonder if they are safe on social media and how they can improve security. Pallaris's talk, sponsored by the economics and business departments, is open to the public with no charge for admission.
'The Doctrine of Discovery and U.S. Genocidal History and Policies'
Award-winning author, activist and historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will present a lecture titled "The Doctrine of Discovery and U.S. Genocidal History and Policies" at7 p.m.Tuesday, April 25, in Valders Room 206. She will discuss the history of the relationships between Native American people and the U.S. government, including an exploration of what the "Doctrine of Discovery" meant for the Native Americans whose homelands were "discovered."
Cathedral Choir performance April 25
Cathedral Choir will present a concert at7:30 p.m. today, Tuesday, April 25, in the CFL Main Hall. The concert is the culmination of Cathedral Choir's annual Midwest Tour. The program's theme is "Let My Love Be Heard: the Love this World Needs," and features works by Craig Hella Johnson, Connor Koppin, Sven Lemberg, Johann Pachelbel, Alice Parker and Jake Runestad. The choir will be accompanied by Brad Schultz, Luther visiting instructor in music and class of 2007. The concert is open to the public with no charge for admission, and will be streamed live atstream.luther.edu/music.
Film screening: 'Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope'
Luther's social work and education departments, along with several community initiatives are sponsoring a screening of James Redford's powerful documentary, "Resilience," at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 26 in Valders 206. Open to the public with no charge for admission, the film examines childhood trauma and community-led responses. Following the film screening, there will be a brief discussion with community partners.
Luther Admissions event for Decorah High School students
A team of Launching Luther Leaders (L3) students is working with Admissions to host an event exclusively for Decorah High School students. This casual, student-only event will connect current DHS students with Viking alumni who presently attend Luther. Visitors will learn from Decorah natives what life at Luther is really like, then participate in a student-led evening tour. The event takes place on Wednesday, April 26, from 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. Ice cream and glow sticks will be provided! More information is available online.
'13 Reasons Why' discussion
As Sexual Assault Awareness Month comes to an end and Mental Health Awareness Month begins, Counseling Service and Active Minds are sponsoring an informal discussion. The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" contains graphic content regarding topics such as suicide, sexual assault and bullying. A discussion on the series and the issues it presents will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 26 in Larsen Room 120.
Luther College Ringers and Cantorei spring concert
Luther College performing ensembles Cantorei and the Luther Ringers will perform a spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, in the NRH. Cantorei will perform "No Time" by Susan Brumfield and works arranged by Dan Forrest and Z. Randall Stroope. The Luther Ringers will perform works by Lee Afdahl '71, Jason Krug, Kevin McChesney and others. The concert is open to the public with no charge for admission. Those unable to attend may view the concert live online at stream.luther.edu.
Holistic Wellness Fair
Wellness is hosting a Wellness Fair on Thursday, April 27, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the SRC. A variety of businesses and individuals providing holistic wellness opportunities, as well as modern, complementary and alternative medicines in Decorah will be on campus to provide services, demos, information and resources to employees and students. Be sure to swing by! Contact Wellness, <wellness>, for more information.
Collegiate Chorale concert April 27
Luther College's Collegiate Chorale will perform a homecoming concert at7:30 p.m.Thursday, April 27, in the Main Hall of the CFL. The choir will perform works by Eric Whitacre, Jackson Berkey, Heinrich Schütz and Dale Grotenhuis. The performance, open to the public with no charge for admission, concludes the Collegiate Chorale 2017 Midwest Tour. Those unable to attend may view the concert live online atstream.luther.edu.
Aurora and Norsemen concert April 28
The Luther College Music Department presents a concert featuring the Aurora and Norsemen choirs at7:30 p.m.Friday, April 28, in the CFL Main Hall. The concert is open to the public with no charge for admission. Aurora will perform works by Libby Larsen, Antonio Vivaldi and Gwenyth Walker. Highlights of Norsemen's set include works by two Luther alumni composers, Ralph Petersen '66, and James Deignan '15, as well as Brad Printz.
Luther College presents 'Becky Shaw'
The Visual and Performing Arts Department presents Gina Gionfriddo's "Becky Shaw,"April 28-29 and May 5-6 in Storre Theatre. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 28; 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 29; 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 5; and 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 6. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at the door, online or via the Luther Ticket Office 387-1357or <tickets>. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door.
Maasai cultural guide events
Maasai dance event
Leboy Oltimbau and Musa Kamaika, members of the Maasai tribe of Tanzania, are in residence at Luther College this spring. OnFriday, April 28, Oltimbau and Kamaika will perform traditional and contemporary Maasai dancing and singing, inviting the audience to join in. The event will begin at8:30 p.m.in Marty's. The event is sponsored by the Luther College Diversity Center, Student Activities Council Leadership Council and the sociology, anthropology and social work departments.
'Culture Change among the Maasai of Tanzania'
On/span>Sunday, April 30, Oltimbau and Kamaika will present the talk "Culture Change among the Maasai of Tanzania" at7 p.m.in Room 206 of Valders Hall of Science on the Luther campus. They will share experiences and observations about how their culture is changing in the 21st century. Both events are open to the public with no charge for admission.
Jazz Band to perform April 29
The Jazz Band will perform at7:30 p.m.Saturday, April 29, in the CFL Main Hall. The ensemble will perform works by Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Bill Holman, Moises Simons, Charles Mingus and Thad Jones. Also performing in the concert is the Supersax Ensemble. The performance will be released for on-demand viewing within 48 hours of the performance atstream.luther.edu/music.
Chamber Orchestra perform April 30
The Luther College Chamber Orchestra will perform a concert at4 p.m.Sunday, April 30, in the CFL Main Hall. The concert is open to the public with no charge for admission. The Chamber Orchestra will perform Five Pieces for String Orchestra by Paul Hindemith, Mozart's Serenade for Winds in C minor, Suite No. 1 for Small Orchestra by Igor Stravinsky and Anton Webern's Five Pieces for Orchestra.
Don Kemp Memorial lecture
In honor of the life of social work faculty member Don Kemp, Luther will host Iowa Representative Mark Smith as the keynote speaker for the annual Don Kemp Memorial lecture. In his talk, "Social Workers Stand Up," Smith will discuss the connection between social work and social policy, and how he has embodied this in his career as a social worker and elected official. The lecture, which is open to the public with no charge for admission, will be held at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, in Baker Common.
Religion Forum: "Trusting a God of Justice: On Forgiveness and the Unarmed Black Man"
Dr. Daniel Morris from Augustana College presents the lecture "Trusting a God of Justice: On Forgiveness and the Unarmed Black Man" at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 2 in Valders 206. In the wake of several recent murders of innocent unarmed black men, a strange phenomenon has developed - members of the press routinely ask family members if they will forgive their loved ones' killers. This lecture is part of the "Who Do You Trust" Paideia Texts and Issues lecture series. The lecture is open to the public with no charge for admission, a reception will follow.
Dancing with the Luther Stars
Three Luther faculty members paired with three students from the ballroom club go head to head in the annual "Dancing with the Luther Stars." Inspired by a popular ABC show, the event returns to bring excitement and friendly rivalry to campus at7:30 p.m.Wednesday, May 3, in the CFL. The event is sponsored by Luther College Ballroom and Swing and SAC Special Events. Tickets are $5 and are available at the Ticket Office.
This year's faculty members are Amanda Bailey, Luther head women's basketball coach, Joan deAlbuquerque, director of bands and associate professor of music and Kevin Wenger, Ylvisaker hall director. Bailey is partnered with Stephen Ster, Luther senior; deAlbuquerque is partnered with Joshua Weisenburger, Luther senior; Wenger is partnered with Jessica Skjonsby, Luther senior.
Celebrations this week
April 25: Freeda Brook
April 26: Billy Huebner, Loren Toussaint, Ryan Gjerde, Bethany Nicoll, Rebecca Goettl, Christopher Lovagnini, Lahry McCray
April 28: Heather Frey, Anna Peterson, Hayley Jackson
April 29: LuAnn Meeker-Gast
Kate M. Frentzel, 5 years
Carolyn Schwendeman is retiring from her position as financial aid counselor after 26 years of service to Luther. There will be a retirement reception 2-3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 27, outside the Admissions Office.
Mary Ann Haugen, who has worked for Luther more than 25 years, has announced her retirement effectiveJune 1. We congratulate Mary Ann and thank her for her dedicated service to the college.
Marcia Bullerman would like to thank the Luther community for the phone calls, texts, visits, cards, food and gifts while recovering from surgery.
Coordinator of Diversity Recruitment: Admissions seeks a full-time coordinator of diversity recruitment. The coordinator will work with area programs serving under represented students and support diversity as well as assist in the recruitment and retention efforts for Luther. Must be willing to travel extensively and make public presentations. Candidates must have a valid driver's license and a positive driving record that will enable them to be insured through the college.
Security Officer: Full-time security officer toprovide for the safety and security of people and property on the Luther campus. Officers perform multiple tasks, including random patrol of building and grounds on foot and by vehicle to deter and detect criminal activity and other conduct issues with an emphasis on prevention. The primary hours for this position will be3:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m. or3:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m., or a combination of both. Scheduled hours will include weekends and holidays. A high school diploma or GED is required; some college is preferred.
Strategic Media Relations Fellow:The Media Relations and Visual Media Departments seek a highly detail-oriented and organized person for a 12-month, full-time position as Strategic Media Relations Fellow. Responsibilities include supporting both Media Relations and Visual Media through writing press releases, distributing mass communication, managing schedules, supporting the creation of visual content, front desk management including interacting with clients and key constituents, as well as assisting in managing student workers. Candidate must be able to pleasantly interact with clients in challenging situations. Experience in communications field required with preference going to candidates with experience in social and visual media. This position is for a one-year term and is only open to internal applicants (graduating students, current employees, and their spouses).
Multimedia Strategic Fellow:The Multimedia Strategic Fellow participates on the User Services and Multimedia teams within Information Technology Services to assist the Multimedia Lead in promoting and supporting the effective uses of video, audio, textual, graphical and other electronic media in support of teaching, learning, research and administrative purposes. Supervisory responsibilities include daily management of the multimedia ticket queue and multimedia student staff productivity. This is a one-year, full-time position that will overlap by approximately one month with the incoming Multimedia Strategic Fellow.
To view complete job descriptions and apply for these positions and all current openings, please go to the employment website at https://luthercollege.
Elizabeth Steding has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to conduct research and teach in Münster, Germany during the 2018 spring semester.Her research examines the portrayal of East German literature in curricula and textbooks used in German secondary schools between 1985 and 2015. She will also teach a course at the University of Münster on incorporating East German literature in the classroom.
Hongmei Yu presented "A girl from Hunan: a pedagogical journey from literature to film" at the 2017 AsiaNetwork conference on April 9 in Chicago. She also served as a judge for the 2017 US Midwest Chinese Bridge Speech Contest on April 15 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Housing wanted: Responsible and quiet Luther senior with full-time job lined up in Decorah after graduation looking for housing in town. Prefer a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment with a kitchen starting the first week of June 2017. Contact Erin, <runqer01>.
For sale: Toro 51585 Power Sweep 7 amp 2-Speed electric blower. 50-feet orange outdoor extension cord. Used just a few times. Asking $30. Contact Anna, <desafr01>.
Free: Strawberry plants available, free of charge. Contact Meg, <hammma01>.
Positions available: Rubaiyat is hiring - want to be part of a fun and hard-working team? Applications are being accepted now for bartenders and servers. Looking to hire right away for summer and fall help, so stop by Wednesday-Saturdayanytime after5 p.m. to pick up an application.
For sale: Barely used, like-new condition Xbox One S slim model for sale in Storm Grey color with 500GB hard drive storage. Includes wireless controller and all accessories and cables in original box. Selling for $200. Contact Travis, 387-1417 or <huintr01>.
For sale: Patio set, includes rectangular glass table and four chairs. Contact Marcia, 419-4969.
For sale: Green 2009 Toyota Camry in great condition, has had regular maintenance. Never had an issue with it. Selling because I'm moving out of the midwest. Clean car inside and out. Features include power windows and locks, cruise control, power seat, sunroof. Asking $6,850 or best offer. Contact Rudie, (641)781-1388or <desrru01>.
For sale: Move-in ready house adjacent to the Luther campus. The home has undergone a complete renovation, with high-end finishes throughout and energy efficiency built in. One of the "newest older homes" in all of Decorah. Visit River's Bend Ltd. online for more information, or call 379-7363 to schedule a showing.
For sale: Beautiful upright Baldwin piano played primarily by Luther faculty for accompanying congregational singing; comes with humidity control. Piano assessed by Merlyn Finley, who reports that it is in excellent condition. Because this is a must-sell situation, the price will likely be more than reasonable. If I did not already own a piano, I would without hesitation buy this one. Contact Carol, 382-8524.
For rent: Lovely house for rent available June 20, 2017-June 27, 2018. Great location on the flat, 3 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths. Asking $800 plus utilities. Contact Martin, <klammerm> or Kathy, <reedkath>.
Services available: Luther staff member offering pet and house sitting, dog walking, home cleaning, odd jobs around the house or help with errands. Available part time during the school year and full time during June and July. Contact Teage, <browte01> or (630) 636-1114.
Housing wanted: Quiet, responsible Luther student looking for summer housing while working in Decorah; end of May through mid-August. Willing to animal or house-sit, do light housekeeping and run errands. References available. Contact Katie, <nikcka01>.
For sale: Barely used, like-new condition Xbox One S (slim model) for sale in Storm Grey color with 500GB hard drive storage. Includes wireless controller and all accessories and cables in original box. Selling for $200. Contact Travis for details at 387-1417 or <huintr01>.
For sale:2008 John Deere X740 Lawn Tractor with 60-inch 7-iron deck. 3,130 hours of use with regular maintenance. Mower has been used by grounds crew. Stop down to look at it and test it out. Minimum bid of $2,000. Email bids to Ivan, <hackiv01>, bynoonWednesday, April 26. Facilities Services reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
Wanted: Luther senior looking to exchange hard work and labor, including household chores, weekend chores, outdoor work and other work for vehicle. For those looking to get rid of an old vehicle or upgrade, contact Michole, <farrmi01>.
Wanted: Looking for a previously loved outdoor playhouse or a decently sized shed that we can move and transform into a playhouse for our kids. Contact Rachel, 379-7098 or <vsetra01>.
Concert: The Luren Singers will perform their Herbjørn Gausta Memorial Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 30, at Greenfield Lutheran Church at 225 Main Street, Harmony, Minnesota. Luren Singers is directed by David Judisch; Brad Schultz is guest organist. The performance is open to the public with no charge for admission. There will be a freewill offering.
Free: One toddler bed with mattress and one crib with mattress. No charge, but new owner must provide transportation. Contact Wintlett, <brownewi>.
Stan Fields: "Miss Rhode Island, please describe your idea of a perfect date."
Miss Rhode Island: "That's a tough one. I'd have to say April 25th. Because it's not too hot, not too cold, all you need is a light jacket."
Enjoy this perfect date!