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Krysti's Music Studio students perform in eight recitals

Music involving piano, guitar, violin and voice

Krysti’s Music Studio students present eight music recitals between Saturday, May 19, and Tuesday, May 29, according to Krysti Schey, manager and teacher. The studio is located at 334 S. Main St., Bluffton.

Each recital is open to the public and held at Rockport United Methodist Church, 5505 Rockport Road.  Over 120 students are involved in these performances.


Foodie Tuesday - it's May 29 at The Centre

This looks like fun.

Foodie Tuesdays is launching this summer at The Centre at Bluffton, according to Stacy Stumbaugh.

The first "Tuesday" is May 29. Here's what's involved: It's a food truck event held from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Centre, 601 N. Main St.

On the 29th, all who attend may chose dinners from the following food trucks:
• Smokin Dick's BBQ
• Bubba C BBQ
• King's Concessions
• ABC Concessions
• N & H Concessions


Peace and the universe

Book discussion this spring by university faculty and staff

During the spring 2018 semester, more than 20 Bluffton University faculty and staff members gathered weekly to discuss the importance of a peaceable vision of education in and beyond Mennonite schools, colleges and universities the book “Education with the Grain of the Universe,” edited by J. Denny Weaver, professor emeritus of religion.
Faculty and staff held weekly conversations with hopes to find new ways to implement peace into education throughout the campus community.

Fire Department will make you a cone Sunday night

And you can ride a Romick Railway fire truck - at Bluffton Dari Freeze

Has a fire fighter ever made you an ice cream cone?

Your chance for this to happen is from 6 to 8 p.m., Sunday, May 20, at Bluffton Dari Freeze, according to Billy Marchal.

Members of the Bluffton Volunteer Fire Department will serve customers, taking orders and making cones for a donation to the department.

As an extra event on the night Romick Fire Rescue will offer free train rides to all the youth to attend.

Baseball: Dakota Bricker First Team NWC

By Sam Brauen www.blufftonpirates.com
In voting completed by league coaches, senior Dakota Bricker has earned First Team Northwest Conference honors in baseball.  Bricker led the Pirates in batting average and ERA as a pitcher and had the second highest field percentage on the team.

Senior Brady Romick and sophomore Cayden Rayle were selected as Honorable Mention all conference.  The attachment below lists all players named to the NWC squads.


Softball: Rumer, Schaadt first team NWC

By Sam Brauen www.blufftonpirates.com

In voting done by league coaches, junior Averey Rumer and sophomore Libby Schaadt have been named First Team Northwest Conference.  

Katie Prater was named Second Team all conference.  The attachment below lists all players named to the all conference team.