Harrison College at Terre Haute
Harrison College at Terre Haute will hold its Spring commencement ceremonies for thirty-eight graduates on Friday, April 23, at 7 p.m., in the North Vigo High School auditorium. During the ceremony graduates will receive various criminal justice, business and medical associate degrees as well as baccalaureate degrees. Guest speaker for the evening is Dr. Gene Cume, President of the ISU Foundation, and student speakers will be valedictorians, Jamie Harden-Bicking and Stephanie Hurt, with recognition of salutatorians, Russell Ladd and Barbara Cunningham.
Harrison College, which changed its name in 2009, is a 107-year-old institution that offers more than 30 degree programs in five schools of study. More than 5,000 students are enrolled at 13 campuses and at its online division and culinary division (The Chef's Academy). Harrison College is a nationally accredited institution dedicated to excellence in higher learning. Harrison provides contemporary career education in a learning environment where students receive individualized support, care and respect. For more information, visit www.harrison.edu.
The Brazil High School class of 1970 will be celebrating their 40th class reunion of July 3, 2010, at 6:30 p.m., at Oak Ridge Golf Course. Addresses are still needed for Mike Mishler, Bonnie Harmon, Debbie Julbert Milner, Chris Hutchinson, Veronica Frazier, Gary Welch, Betty Zentko Cotton, Lucy Lathrop, Paul Reiner, Deborah K. Burk Rao, Sharon Hadley, Mary Irwin, Mike Taylor.
If anyone knows their whereabouts, please call Margie Dix Bryant at 812-466-9672 or Connie Stearley Childs at 812-986-2546.
Annual Bass Easter Egg Hunt
Kathy Bass hosted the annual family egg hunt and carry-in on Easter Sunday. Dane Bass, Joe Zimmerman and Ryan Bass deep fried a seasoned turkey for the event.
This year's egg hunt was a hugh success with about 325 candy filled eggs, with 14 filled with change. The gold and silver prize eggs were found by Caleb Ballard, Joshua Vester and Caileigh Ballard. Name were drawn for prizes with 15 children receiving additional prizes. Cindy Summit, Ryan Bass and Dylan Vester won IU key rings.