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Stories from Monday, June 14, 2004

Several county students given scholarships (06/14/04)
Nearly $800,000 in scholarships were awarded to 74 area residents by the Wabash Valley Community Foundation Tuesday at its scholarship reception. These scholarship funds come primarily from endowment funds created by donors to the foundation. Of the 74, the following Clay County students received scholarships:...
Age is no boundary (06/14/04)
Mazo Modesitt stands next to one of the many flowers she tends to at her home last Wednesday. The very active volunteer, who's always trying to help others, turned 99 on June 7. Ninety-nine and counting. Mazo Modesitt celebrated her 99th birthday June 7, so she has less than a year to go to reach the century mark. But you won't find her sitting around, waiting...
Know your nutrition (06/14/04)
Fritz Maurer is the owner of Maurer's Wellness Apothecary, a registered pharmacist, president of the Community Pharmacies of Indiana and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist. As a Certified Clinical Nutritionist he offers symptomology surveys, nutritional counseling, metabolic and hormonal testing and human genomic profiling...
At the garden tour (06/14/04)
The garden of Jay and Michelle Burk at 3185 W. Sycamore Ln. offers a peaceful haven with a splash of color. Started in 1995, the garden of Jay and Michelle Burk starts on the front porch and wraps all the way around the house and contains a variety of stella de oro lillies, verbenas, annuals and potted geraniums. ...
JEREMIAH LAVOINE (06/14/04)
Jeremiah Lavoine, 31, of Brazil, died Saturday, June 12, 2004, in a traffic accident in Sullivan. He was born Oct. 5, 1972, in Quincy, Mass, the son of Robert F. Lavoine Jr. and Celeste Cobb Lavoine. He married Jennifer J. Monnett Lavoine on March 23, 1995. She survives...
WILLIAM ARTHUR GRONER (06/14/04)
William Arthur Groner died Tuesday, June 8, 2004, in Houston Texas. He was born on a farm near Brazil, Indiana February 11, 1926. He was the youngest of four children born to Bertha Buck and Arthur Groner. After graduating from Brazil High School in 1944, he joined the United States Air Force where he was a tail gunner on a B-17 Bomber. ...