Posted by Mary Pannabecke... on January 6, 2016 - 8:04pm
The Pandora United Methodist Church will host a free Community Meal on Wednesday Jan. 27 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the church fellowship hall, 108 E. Washington Street, Pandora. The meal this month is provided by Seven O’Clock Flock. The menu is Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Relishes, Dessert and beverage.
Posted by Fred Steiner on January 2, 2015 - 6:05pm
By Laura Finley
It’s 2015. People everywhere are making resolutions…lose weight, read more, quit smoking, etc. To resolve is the act of finding an answer or solution to a problem. Yet most of our resolutions are never achieved. According to Marti Hope Gonzales, Associate professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota, just six weeks after making a resolution, 80 percent of people either have broken them or cannot even recall what they resolved. And of course, we feel like losers when we don’t achieve these goals.
How many square feet? It’s at the top of a realtor’s house listing. Banks keep track. So does the county tax assessor and the municipal zoning board. And by far, it’s the first thing that most people ask about the Small House Bluffton project at 207 North Lawn Avenue.
960. Or perhaps 1,677. It’s an interesting question.
The Icon introduces a new music review column. After talking with Bluffton University student Delano D. Whidbee following a journalism class, we knew we found the right guy for the assignment. The sophomore from Flint, Mich., is a broadcasting and journalism major.
He tells us: "Music has always been around my life. The different creative styles interested me from a young age."
This is more than a serious hobby for Delano. He said, "I check daily to see what new music or exclusive interviews, or music visuals have been released."
Posted by Fred Steiner on April 16, 2013 - 11:15am
By Alyssa Flick
Once a year Bluffton University schedules a day of seminars led by college professors with a lot of interesting insight to the subjects they teach. The event is called Civic Engagement Day. This year the day took place on April 10.
One of these seminars was hosted by Dr. Darryl Nester a professor of math. He obtained his doctorate in statistics and has also taught many classes training college students how to be more technologically savvy.
By Alyssa Flick
The lights are bright. You and friends are surrounded by others with the same enthusiasm for rock music. When the music begins to pulsate in the room the entire consciousness of the crowd becomes homogeneous through this single interest and common understanding in the music.
I've been traveling again, which leads to another column for any of you interested in another part of the world.
Not across the equator this time, but at the far eastern end of our time zone - Maine. Many of you have visited that state, and I suspect that most of your trips have taken place during Maine's glorious, but short, vacation season.