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Diana Stull

Diana Stull

Diana Stull serves as Central Office Receptionist and as a website-contributor.
The Committee to Commemorate Martin Luther King is announces the second annual Black History Month Art Display. This year the CCMLK not only partners with the art department at Warsaw Community Schools, but also the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts as the host site for the collection of student artwork.

A total of 56 pieces of student art may be seen in the lobby of the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts from now through March 6, 2016 during regular box office hours. February box office hour are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. There are additional opportunities for the public to see the exhibit as they attend programming at the theatre: comedian Bill Engvall takes the 360-degree stage on Feb. 11 and The Center Street Community Theatre performs “The Foreigner” on Feb. 26 and 27 and then again the following weekend, March 5 and 6.

“This is an excellent way to feature several wonderful assets in our community at once,” stated John Bryan Lowe III, president of the CCMLK. “We truly appreciate both the collaboration with the schools to feature student art, and also the Wagon Wheel as a new site to display these pieces in one large exhibit. We look forward to continuing this tradition in the future to honor King and other African Americans who have made a difference in our country’s history.”

Black History Month was first recognized by the U.S. government in 1976. The month of February serves as a period of remembrance to honor influential African-Americans throughout history and encourage the continued practice of human equality and civil rights in our country.

About The CCMLK

Founded in 1987 by Joe Banks, Lynn Pulliam and Durell Hoskins, the CCMLK of Warsaw, exists to provide a forum in which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a great black American, is appropriately commemorated in our county. The committee strives to provide challenges to people of all ages to study the principles of love, family, brotherhood and self-sacrifice as taught by the words, deeds and life of Dr. King.

The CCMLK has honored the efforts of students for many years through Academic Excellence Awards, which give students of minority backgrounds scholarships to continue their education to the post-secondary level. The committee provides motivation to implement nonviolent social change through caring for others, strengthening the family, personal involvement in the suffering of others and civic participation.
The WCHS Choral Department will present their Classics Concert at 7:30pm on Tuesday, February 9,
2016 in the WCHS Performing Arts Center.  The concert will feature all four high school choirs in a
variety of choral pieces ranging from Renaissance to African American Spirituals.    Several combined
groups will be featured in music which will be used later for competition.  The groups are accompanied
by Jonathan Harstine  and directed by Mr. Thomas Hall.   The concert is free of charge and the public is
cordially invited.
The Warsaw Community High School Alumni Directory has officially released and shipment to our alumni is underway.  Questions about the directory such as when you will receive your advance order copy, billing inquiries, and if books are still available for purchase may be directed to:

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THE NATIONAL PLAYERS
IN
CHARLES DICKENS'

A TALE OF TOW CITIES
AT THE WCHS PAC
MARCH 24, 2016
7:00PM
TICKETS: $5.00
BOX OFFICE 574-371-5040
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The WCHS Drama Department, will present An Evening of One Act Plays 

Date:  February 11, 2016

Time:  7:pm

Place:  WCHS PAC

Price: $5.00 (at the door)

These 6, very diverse, plays have been directed by some juniors and seniors in the Theatre Dept. and the 60+ students involved are letting their talents shine.  This will be an extremely enjoyable evening with plays about people who meet in a subway station, the effects of the Word Trade Center attacks, test anxiety, the personalities of people involved in theatre, a murder mystery on a train, a the humorous struggles of a family.  Tickets are $5.00 at the door and it promises to be an entertaining evening.









THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND

GRACE COLLEGE CEC HOSTS

KATHY NIMMER

2015 INDIANA TEACHER OF THE YEAR!

FEBRUARY 10, 2016


4:30-6:00 PM

*THE SESSION WILL BEGIN WITH A LIGHT RECEPTION*

WESTMINSTER RECEPTION HALL AT GRACE COLLEGE

Kathy Nimmer is an award-winning teacher, author, and motivational speaker, who has been teaching at Harrison High School since 1992. She was chosen as the 2015 Indiana Teacher of the Year and was a 2015 National Teacher of the Year Finalist.

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