Archive | January, 2009

Grants available for Purdue Grand Alternative events

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue student organizations and campus offices are eligible to apply for grants in order to sponsor substance-free events and activities during this year’s Grand Alternative, which will take place April 19-26, 2009. The Drug-Free Coalition of Tippecanoe County has awarded $5,483.50 to the Office of the Dean of Students for mini-grants […]

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Voluntary recall of some Meijer brand peanut butter crackers, ice cream

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Meijer initiated a voluntary recall of two types of its Meijer Brand crackers and two types of Meijer Brand ice cream sold in all of its stores and gas stations in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. Meijer removed all identified products from its stores and gas stations. All sell-by dates […]

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Forethought Financial selects Burry to national advisory board

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Kay Burry, Family Services Counselor for Soller Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. in Lafayette, Indiana, has been selected to serve a second term on the national Field Advisory Board by Indianapolis based Forethought Financial Group. Burry was a member of the inaugural FAB, and served a term of 18 months. To be chosen, […]

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St. Elizabeth Regional Health celebrates American Heart Month with activities

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — St. Elizabeth Regional Health encourages all Greater Lafayette area residents to become more heart healthy and take control of their health by becoming more active and educated about cardiac issues and their personal health. Since February is American Heart Month, St. Elizabeth Regional Health is providing several community education events, advocacy events […]

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Filing FAFSA a critical step for college-bound students

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind — USA Funds, the nation’s leading education loan guarantor, advises high school seniors and others planning to attend college during the 2009-2010 academic year to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to qualify for the broadest array of financial aid opportunities. “The federal government is the largest source of student financial […]

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Ivy Tech celebration, service project commemorates Dr. King

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — On Friday, January 16, 2009 from noon to 1 pm Ivy Tech will be hosting a Community Peace Program celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. The program will feature a keynote address by Pastor Paul Barrett of the Second Baptist Church, music from Tecumseh Junior High School Choir, special recognition of the elementary […]

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