Tuesday, Oct. 24

TUESDAY 10/24/2017

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Next Tuesday, Oct. 31, promises to be an extraordinary day in the life of Luther College. The date marks the 500th anniversary of the moment when our namesake, Martin Luther, launched the reformation movement that, quite literally, changed the world. At Luther, we are honoring and exploring the impact of this movement with a full-day symposium—"The Reformation of Everything, 1517-2017"—and I encourage all students, faculty and staff to take full advantage of the exciting events that are planned.

A full schedule of sessions is available here. To assist with your planning, here are the important times to note:

9-10 a.m. Keynote: “Why the Reformation Still Matters” by visiting scholar Brad Gregory (CFL)
10-10:30 a.m. Exhibition and reception (CFL lobby)
10:30 a.m.-noon Symposium sessions (see program for topics and locations)
1:30-3 p.m. Symposium sessions (see program for topics and locations)
7:30-9 p.m. Premiere of the "Reformation Cantata," composed by Luther alumni and student composers

Classes have been canceled for the day to enable participation by all students and faculty. Offices may close for periods during the day to allow all staff to participate as well.

I want to thank Professor Robert Christman, chair, and the members of the planning committee for their inspired leadership in planning and coordinating our commemoration. Please join me in expressing our thanks by joining us at the symposium events.

I look forward to seeing you there!

–  President Carlson


Important HR information

Open enrollment for employee benefits is Nov. 1–17. Open enrollment is the annual opportunity to evaluate and make changes to benefit elections including health and dental insurance, life insurance, retirement savings and flexible spending accounts. All changes must be received in HR by Friday, Nov. 17. Watch for packets in campus mail.

Open enrollment meetings will be held in the Recital Hall at the Center for Faith and Learning:

  • Wednesday, Nov. 1, 4 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 1, 5:15 p.m.
  • Thursday, Nov. 2, 9:45 a.m.

Call Marsha Wenthold, 387-1415, with questions.

Tuition Benefit program deadline Nov. 1

Luther is pleased to offer its faculty and staff a benefit that is highly unique in today's workplace: higher education for one's dependents. The Tuition Benefit program has a three-step application process available online.

Deadlines are as follows:
Nov. 1: Applications due
Dec. 1: Finalized list of colleges due
May 15: Confirmation form due

For complete information about the process and an application form, see the HR benefits website. Contact Scot Schaeffer, <schasc01> or 387-1430, with questions.

Distinguished Service Award nominees wanted

The Honorary Degrees Committee seeks Distinguished Service Award nominations for 2018 and beyond. Any Luther faculty, staff or emeriti can recommend a name for consideration. Department heads are encouraged to discuss nominees within departments. Nominations should be accompanied by as much documentation as is available and sent to the Office of the President, Attention: Sally Ming.

Distinguished Service Awards (DSA) are given each fall at Homecoming. Alumni who are selected generally receive the award during an anniversary year of their graduation. For the fall of 2018, the committee seeks nominees from classes ending in "8" or "3" who graduated at least 20 years ago. Luther's online alumni directory can be a useful tool. Use the advanced search feature to sort by class year and major. https://www.luther.edu/alumni/directory/index.php

Distinguished Service Award criteria:

  1. Meritorious service in one's profession, society, church or community
  2. Loyalty and service to Luther College
  3. Fidelity to the ideals of Luther College
  4. Timeliness of the award (during their reunion year)

Please think ahead as much as five years as nominees might be especially appropriate for an upcoming campus event, the anniversary of a campus program or some other significant occasion. Thanks for helping identify deserving candidates for recognition.

LFA fall programming meeting

The Lecture and Fine Arts committee is holding a fall programming meeting, and all programming chairs, chairs of speakers series, chairs of endowments and anyone planning special events on campus for the 2018-19 school year need to be in attendance. The meeting is 9:40-10:45 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in Qualley Lounge in the CFL. Beverages and snacks will be served. The group meets to help facilitate successful programming and promote collaborations, linked events and shared publicity wherever possible. Additionally, the calendar for accepting 2018-19 proposals will be shared. Please RSVP to Dean Vesperman, LFA chair, at <vespde01>.

Submissions for All Saints Chapel

Every year the All Saints Chapel gives the campus an opportunity to remember that God's promises sustain when celebrating the joy of new life and grieving the loss of loved ones. Please contact College Ministries with the name(s) of immediate family/household members of someone born or who have passed away since November 2016 for inclusion in the All Saints Chapel Wednesday, Nov. 1. Contact <faith> or 387-1040, with submissions.

New at luther.edu

Cole Puffer '15, a student at the University of Minnesota-Duluth medical school, talks about the benefits of obtaining a liberal arts education while preparing for medical school. Puffer says it was important to his scientific education to study topics such as music, philosophy, religion, literature and art. "Those areas give value, direction and purpose to the study of biology and allow professionals like me to effectively communicate findings to those outside of a scientific discipline," he says.

Technology help desk tip of the month

With four different wireless networks across campus, do you know which is best for you? Visit https://www.luther.edu/helpdesk/tips/ to get the breakdown.

Luther Serves Oct. 28

Student volunteers from the Luther College Student Congregation will take part in the annual fall "Luther Serves" day Saturday, Oct. 28. Volunteers spend the day helping Decorah residents with yard work, planting, light housework, window removal and cleaning and other fall chores. The day's volunteer work schedule gives priority to Decorah residents who are elderly or disabled, but any resident who is in need of the help may participate in the project.

Dining dollar sale

Luther faculty and staff can add dining dollars to their account and use them at Marty's, Oneota Market, Sunnyside Cafe, C-Store, Nordic Brew, Grab-N-Go, Peace Brunch and the cafeteria. Right now, buy $50 dining dollars for only $40. Fill out the form https://www.luther.edu/dining/student/meal-plans/dining-dollars/ or stop by the Dining Services office. This offfer is only good through Sunday, Oct. 29.

Book Shop news

Celebrate Halloween Thursday and Friday, Oct. 26 and 27, by stopping at the Book Shop for "Deals so spooky, it's scary." Pick your discount (not your nose) for 15, 20 or 25 percent off all hoodies and clearance items. Everyone's a winner!

KATIE feature temporarily unavailable

The feature that allows instructors to convert assignment files to PDFs and annotate them within the KATIE grading interface is intermittently malfunctioning. It was turned off Tuesday, Oct. 17, and will return with the next upgrade, which could occur during winter break. For the time being, see these instructions for grading assignments. Call the Technology Help Desk at 387-1000 with questions or create a ticket at help.luther.edu.

Exploring new content management system for website

The website, luther.edu, currently runs on a content management system called Reason CMS. This system will be discontinued in the next three-five years. The web team and ITS are starting the process to identify a new system and formulate a migration plan. Content managers and the Luther community will be informed on the progress. Contact Tabita, <tabita.green>, with concerns.

HSA webinar available

Health savings accounts are available for employees on Luther's High Deductible Health Plan. Both current participants in the HDHP and for those who may consider the HDHP/HSA option for 2018 are encouraged to learn more about the benefits of an HSA. Webinars are being offered between now and the end of November at https://www.luther.edu/hr/benefits/plan-info/HSA-information/.

Residence hall trick-or-treating

Luther community members and their families are invited to trick-or-treat from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31, in Brandt and Ylvisaker halls. Participating rooms are identified by a pumpkin on the door. Children can work on crafts in the Brandt Hall Lounge and cookie decorating in the Ylvisaker Lounge.

Help save farm to school month

Luther's Center for Sustainable Communities is matching donations up to $1,000 to the The Iowa Food Hub, a local non-profit that delivers local food to Northeast Iowa schools. An accident damaged their truck at the busiest time of year for the delivery of local food. They need funds to to rent a truck short-term to get local, healthy food into the hands of Northeast Iowa students. Visit www.gofundme.com/get-the-food-hub-back-on-its-wheels to make a donation. Mention in the comment #Lutherloveslocal and your dollars will be matched by the CSC. 

Abstracts for undergrad research due Nov. 6

Luther faculty are encouraged to invite students to submit abstracts for the 2018 National Conference on Undergraduate Research, to be held April 4-7, 2018, at the University of Central Oklahoma. Applications for on-campus selection process are due by 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 6, at https://www.luther.edu/academics/dean/scholars/grants/ncur/application/. Contact the Dean's Office, 387-1005, with questions.

Another reason to look at Luther

Luther is an excellent place to prepare for a career in the health sciences. Our academic courses challenge students and help them prepare for entrance exams. Luther's off-campus study, internships, work in clinical settings and research opportunities also help them strengthen professional competencies. Visit the Pre-Health Studies website for more information.

Employee wellness second session fitness class registration

Registration is open for the second fall six-week session of wellness-subsidized employee yoga, pilates and Tai Chi classes. Details and the registration form are available on the online fitness class site. Classes start the last week of October and are open to current employees and their spouses. Please email <wellness> with questions. 

Luther peanut butter for sale

Faculty, staff and students are now able to purchase Luther Peanut Butter in the C-Store. Cost is $2 for eight ounces.

United Way campaign

Look for information in mailboxes this week about United Way. This year, the United Way of Winneshiek County has a goal of $125,000 that will support 20 local agencies. More information to come.

Wellness workshops

Join Wellness for a 30 minute workshop: StressLess Sleep More at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, in Mott.


Chapel this week

Built into the class schedule and rhythm of life at Luther, chapel is a time for the community to gather for song, reflection and fellowship at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the CFL Main Hall. Faculty, staff, students and guests serve as speakers, musicians and artists.

Wednesday, Oct. 25: Mike Blair
Friday, Oct. 27: Katy Roets, interfaith storytelling; choir: Norsemen
Monday, Oct. 30: Marty Haugen, Luther class of 1973

Home sporting events this week

Tuesday, Oct. 24: Volleyball vs. Loras, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 28: Women's and men's swimming and diving vs. UW-Eau Claire, 1 p.m.

Events this week

Tuesday, Oct. 24: Guest Lecture: Kip Anderson "What the Health," 7 p.m., Valders 206

Wednesday, Oct. 25: October Garden Party, 3:30 p.m., Luther College Farm; Faculty Artist Series, Luther College String Trio with Heather Armstrong, 7:30 p.m., Noble Recital Hall

Thursday, Oct. 26: Decorah Power Learning Series: John Norris, "A Clean Slate: Municipal Electric Utilities in Iowa," 7:30 p.m. Valders 362; Panel Discussion: "Women as Leaders: Luther Alumnae Perspectives on Talent, Power and Ethics," 7:30 p.m., CFL Recital Hall

Friday, Oct. 27: Creative Arts Preview Day, all day; SAC Entertainment: Peter Boie, magician, 7:30 p.m., Marty's; Faculty Artist Series: Andrew Whitfield, Voice, 7:30 p.m., Noble Recital Hall

Sunday, Oct. 29: Singing the Faith: A Reformation Hymn Festival with Marty Haugen, 4 p.m., CFL Main Hall

Monday, Oct. 30: Presumed Incompetence: The Challenges Faced by Faculty and Students at PWI's, 11 a.m., Nobel Room, Dahl; Dinner Lecture: Re-evaluating the Harms of Discrimination: An Analysis of Brown vs. Board of Education, 5 p.m., Baker Commons; Guest Recital: Christopher Hutton, Cello, 9 p.m., Noble Recital Hall

'What the Health' with Kip Andersen

Described as "the health film that health organizations don't want you to see," filmmaker Kip Andersen will discuss topics related to his latest work "What the Health" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, in Valders 206. A book signing will follow the lecture. Both the lecture and the book signing are open to the public with no charge for admission, however a ticket is required for the lecture. 

String Trio with Heather Armstrong to give recital

The Luther College String Trio, in collaboration with Heather Armstrong, oboe, will present a recital at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the Noble Recital Hall. The trio is comprised of Luther faculty members Igor Kalnin, violin; Spencer Martin, viola; and Philip Borter, cello. Works performed include selections from Bach's "Three Part Inventions," Mozart's "Oboe Quartet in F Major," "Phantasy Quartet for Oboe and Strings" by Benjamin Britten, and Astor Piazzolla's "Two Tangos."

Women as Leaders panel Oct. 26

Four Luther College alumnae will speak on their professional careers and personal experiences as females in the workforce during a panel at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in the Center for Faith and Life Recital Hall. A reception will follow the panel in the CFL Qualley Lounge. Both events are open to the public with no charge for admission.

John Norris featured speaker of Decorah Power's Learning Series Oct. 26

John Norris, former chair of the Iowa Utilities Board and former member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Committee, will speak on how to start a customer-owned utility from the ground up at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in Valders 362, on the Luther campus. Norris' presentation, "A Clean-Slate, 21st Century Municipal Electric Utility in Iowa and in a National Context," is part of the Decorah Power Fall Learning Series. The presentation is open to the public with no charge for admission.

SAC Cinema presents 'Get Out'

Student Activities Council Cinema will show "Get Out" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in Valders 206. The movie is about a young African American meeting his white girlfriends' parents at their secluded home but the visit quickly turns into a nightmare. Admission is $5, and there will be free popcorn while supplies last.

Swipe plus night in the Caf

The Caf will be serving a special meal from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26. Dine on burgundy braised petite beef tenderloin with caramelized cremini mushroom demi glace and lemon-scented asparagus over boursin whipped local kennebec potatoes. All for only an extra $5. The regular dinner meal will also be served.

Faculty Artist Series

Andrew Whitfield, associate professor of music, and Nicholas Shaneyfelt, assistant professor of music, will present a faculty recital on Friday, Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on the Luther campus. The performance is open to the public with no charge for admission.

Haunted Lab held Oct. 27-28

Luther's physics and chemistry departments invite community members to experience hands-on activities, optical illusions, laser displays and much more during the Haunted Lab from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, and 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28. The Haunted Lab is held in the lower level of the east wing of Valders. The event is open to the public with no charge for admission. Visitors are invited to come at any time during the event. The Haunted Lab's team of "science ghosts" will lead activities designed to be fun for visitors of all ages. For more information, contact Erin Flater, <flater01> or 387-1632.

Student recital

Anna Englin '19, is performing an alto saxophone recital at noon Saturday, Oct. 28. Madison Ihde '19 and Chelsey Schmeling '19 are performing a trumpet recital at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28. Student recitals are held in Noble Recital Hall and are followed by a reception. Recitals and receptions are open to the public with no charge for admission.

Reformation Festival Eucharist

Join local ELCA congregations as Luther celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with a Reformation Festival Eucharist at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in the CFL. Music will be provided by Norsemen, Aurora and Cantorei, with Mass Choir (ninth grade through adults) and Children's Choir (kindergarten through eighth grade), directed by Jennaya Robison. Congregation choir members are invited to join the choir rehearsals Saturday, Oct. 28, in the CFL Main Hall: Mass Choir at 10 a.m., Children's Choir at 11 a.m. All are welcome.

'Singing the Faith' hymn sing Oct. 29

"Singing the Faith: A Reformation Hymn Festival" with Marty Haugen '73 is 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in the CFL. A Luther alumnus and renowned composer of church music, Haugen will lead a hymn sing that celebrates the role of music, hymns and singing in the shared work of spiritual formation, proclaiming the Gospel and building community across generations, cultures and traditions. All are welcome. 

Reformation Commemoration Symposium

Luther will host a symposium honoring the 500th anniversary of the Reformation all day Tuesday, Oct. 31. Titled "The Reformation of Everything, 1517-2017," the event begins at 9 a.m. in the CFL with a plenary address by Professor Brad Gregory of Notre Dame. The remainder of the day will consist of presentations and performances by members of the Luther community. For further information and a full program, visit: https://www.luther.edu/reformation-2017/reformation-day/everything/.

Reformation Commemoration Concert

The Luther College Music Department will present the "Reformation Cantata," a work composed in honor of the Reformation Commemoration by four Luther College alumni and four current students, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31, in the CFL. The program includes a new work for concert band, jointly commissioned by a consortium of Lutheran colleges. Ensembles involved include Concert Band, Collegiate Chorale and Cathedral Choir. For more information visit: https://www.luther.edu/reformation-2017/reformation-day/concert/.

'The Myth of Middle Class Stagnation'

It's been widely reported that ordinary Americans' living standards peaked in the mid-1970s and have since remained stagnant. While there is data to support this claim, some say the data is flawed. Challenging the existing data, Economist and Professor Don Boudreaux will share his findings at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in Valders 206. His lecture, "The Myth of Middle Class Stagnation," describes how American living standards have improved significantly over the last 40 years.

Discussion of 'The Rise and Decline of Faculty Governance'

The Dean's office and Luther American Association of University Professors are sponsoring a discussion of the history and principles of faculty governance, based on Larry G. Gerber's "The Rise and Decline of Faculty Governance." The discussion will span three meetings: Thursday, Nov. 2; Thursday, Nov. 9; and Thursday, Nov. 16, all 9:40-10:45 a.m. Location TBA. Faculty are invited to sign up on the Dean's webpage, and pick up books from the Dean's office.

Family music concert Nov. 4

Adults and children of all ages are invited to a family music concert featuring chamber music performances and hands-on activities as Luther music students tell the story of "The Remarkable Farkle McBride" at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in the Orchestra Room in Jenson-Noble Hall of Music. The concert will be followed by an instrument petting zoo. The event is open to the public with no charge for admission. Contact Jill Wilson, <wilsji01>, with inquires.

CSS presents Anat Cohen

Anat Cohen will perform music from her new album "Happy Song" with her 10-piece band at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in the CFL. Her albums have seen the clarinetist/saxophonist range from hard-swinging to lilting balladry, from small groups to larger ensembles and back again, exploring a universe of music along the way. For ticket information, go to tickets.luther.edu, visit the Luther College ticket office or call 387-1357.

Ryan Sallans book group

Ryan Sallans, transgender author, speaker, and advocate, will give a public lecture on his personal journey and gender transition at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, in Valders 206. Prepare for his visit by joining a book group to read his memoir, "Second Son: Transitioning to Toward my Destiny, Love, and Life," and then have an opportunity to share a meal and conversation with the author during his visit. Faculty, staff and students are invited to sign up at cepe.luther.edu.

'Women in Interfaith Activism: A Conversation with Regina Mustafa'

Todd Green will talk with Regina Mustafa about her background, participation in interfaith work, involvement in local politics and experience running as a Muslim woman for Congress during the "Women in Interfaith Activism: A Conversation with Regina Mustafa" religion forum at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the CFL Recital Hall. Mustafa is from Rochester, Minnesota, and founded the non-profit organization, Community Interfaith Dialogue on Islam. The presentation and Q&A following are open to the public with no charge for admission.

'Rent' tickets on sale soon

"Rent" the musical will be performed in Jewel Theatre on several occasions: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, Saturday, Nov. 11, Thursday, Nov. 16, and Friday, Nov. 17; at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, and Sunday, Nov. 19. Tickets are $15 and are available for purchase two weeks prior to opening online at tickets.luther.edu or at the Luther College Box Office. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door.


Celebrations this week

Oct. 24: Gwen Strand, Paul Atkins, Anne Blocker
Oct. 25: Ellen Modersohn
Oct. 27: Judy Boese
Oct. 29: Tina Willger, Scott Hurley

Oct. 24: Diane Narum, 20 years
Oct. 30: Kay Schmitt, 15 years

Job postings

Full-time administrative assistant: Provide support for the Vice President for Communications and Marketing and the departments that report to the vice president, including website, publications, public relations, photo and video bureau, sports information, and music marketing. Qualified candidates must have an associate's degree minimum, with preference in a related field such as communications, marketing or English, three-five years experience in positions with increasing levels of responsibility, excellent writing and communication skills, exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail, as well as an ability to maintain a professional, competent and friendly demeanor at all times.

To view complete job descriptions and apply for all current openings, go to the employment website at https://luthercollege.hiretouch.com.


Michael Bartels was awarded a professional development scholarship by the University and College Designers Association (UCDA), and attended the UCDA National Conference Oct. 7-10, in Baltimore, Maryland.

Luther College alumna Shelly Schaeufele is the recipient of the 2017 Weston Noble Award. Charles Craig '18 is the 2017 Hemp Family Prize recipient. Christopher O'Connell '18, is Luther's 2017 Presser Scholarship Award recipient. Also awarded during the concert was the Sperati Award, given to alumnus David Upham. All four were recognized at the Homecoming concert, Sunday, Oct. 8.

Tapiwa Manjengwa's summer internship with Ernst and Young was a dream come true. Manjengwa '18, came to Luther College to study accounting, and as one of the "Big Four" accounting firms, EY gave him the perfect place to start making those dreams a reality. "This opportunity gave me a platform to explore public accounting and get a glimpse of how the accounting profession operates, particularly the assurance service line," Manjengwa said.

Geoffrey Dyck '18, learned how a federal elections bill from 1890 can still be relevant in today's governmental structure in his summer internship in Washington D.C. with the Secretary of the Senate, Julie E. Adams, Luther class of 1999. As part of his internship, Dyck wrote biographies of past senators which will be featured on the United States Senate website. He also attended political seminars hosted by current congressmen and congresswomen. 

Matthew Clark's summer internship in construction work took him inside Minnesota's largest closed-security prison for male felons for a short time. Work he did at the prison was part of an accounting and management internship at CFS Contractors in Winona, Minnesota. Clark '19, did this summer internship as a way for him to learn about CFS Contractors and the contracting business. He also wanted to learn about accounting tools, transaction processing and financial statements. 


For rent: Four-bedroom home in desirable location near Luther College, Trout Run Trail and bike path, Upper Iowa River, Whippy Dip and local breweries including Toppling Goliath and Pulpit Rock. Walking distance to downtown, restaurants, museum and churches. Full master bath, spacious living room/dining room, first floor office/den. Call, 380-5364, for more information.

Upcoming event: The Northeast Iowa Montessori's "Around the World in Five Plates" dinner is 5-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in the Steyer Opera House at Hotel Winneshiek. Dinner will include cuisine from Luther's own Caleb Timp and Tom Skold. The event is "choose your own donation" so there is no up-front cost for the ticket - you decide what you'll pay the night of the event. Contact [email protected] with questions or to reserve tickets.

For sale: Thirty-four string lever harp, custom-made by William Rees, Glen Aulin model. Cherry with poplar sound board. Full set of Truitt levers, nylon-strung, wire-wrapped C1-F1. Has a wonderful warm, clear, big sound and is in excellent condition, having been lovingly played and cared for by a single owner. One small ding at the head. Includes tuning key, soft padded case and full set of replacement strings. $2,300. Contact <zarila01> with inquires.

For sale: 1997 Honda Civic EX two-door with 169,000 miles. $500 OBO. Sold as is. Call or text Trish, 379-3956, after 6 p.m.

For sale: Beautiful antique oak counter/display case. Dimensions 71-inches wide, 42-inches tall and 26-inches deep. Featuring a full glass top, glass upper sides and front, sliding doors on the back. A truly handsome piece, the likes of which are getting harder and harder to find. $850 OBO, pickup in downtown Decorah.​ ​Pictures available at https://classifieds.decorahnow.com/posts/30714. Email Nan, <hibbna01​>, for details.

Found: A pair of sunglasses in the parking lot across from Facilities. Email <wedmke01> to claim and identify.

Free: Sturdy lilac bush limbs in various lengths, approximately 4-12 feet. Can be used for yard decoration or as garden supports. Easy pick-up from the alley. Contact <pauljess> with inquiries.

Wanted: Temporary housekeeping assistance. Ideally a professional cleaner with spare hours now and extra work in the future. Students are welcome if they can provide own transportation to country home seven-miles outside of town. Saturdays preferred. Contact Jennifer, <kellje01>, with inquiries.

Wanted: In-home daycare. Looking for daycare for my seven-month old, 3-5 days a week, beginning Dec. 1. Would love it if daycare was in proximity to Luther or Locust Road. Contact <julie> with availability. 


And finally...

There are seven things that will destroy us:

Wealth without work;
Pleasure without conscience;
Knowledge without character;
Religion without sacrifice;
Politics without principles;
Science without humanity;
Business without ethics.

–  Gandhi (1869-1948)