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September 12, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 2

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Communit THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Saturday, Sept. 12, 1998 Page 4 \J The Luther L. Wright Class of 1958 held its 40th class reunion recently at Khoury's Saddle Club. A welcome was given by Bob Morin along with a candle-lighting remembrance of deceased classmates. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Krznarich, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Passint. Emcee Karen Maki presented door prizes. Attending are, from left: First row — Peter Fertile, Raymond Maki, Russell Johnson, Gary Johnson, Maria Hariu Nachtsheim, JoAnn Zarimba Bergquist, Karen Minier Wedeno- ja, Betsy Isaacson Slabajgh; second row — Jackie Erickson Braspenick, Lorraine Ruona Winters, Nancy Larson Kruse, Ernie Brace, Don Haanpaa, Judy Leppi, Karen Aukee Maki, Bob Maki, Roger Pakonen, Dick Osmanson, Virginia Forslund, Jean Lutey Jokipii; third row — Judy Hedberg Brach, Rondine Lund Mehting, Janice Carlson Teszarik, Jack Serbin, Judy Swanson Johnson, Patricia Williams Kerkes, Ann Marie Makela Kangas, Dick Stone- mark, Patti Butler Stonemark, Alice Allender Maki, Sandra Schutte Chiesa, Shiiley Johnson Bordtnat, Jan Wenhersten Trier, Joyce. Carti Moren, Carol Chapman Carlson, Jackie Rundquist Carlson, Virginia Velin Burcheli; fourth row — Bob Wickman, Emanuel Lambert, Jim Johnson, Russell Saari, Art Jacquart, Jack Ramuta, John Bolich, Dean Carti, Clifford Maki, James Patterson, Gerald Hakari, Bob Morin, Dave Rasmussen, Donald Peterson and Kenneth Jussila. FINK turns parents into youth ministers Retailer begins effort to sew for cancer patients Range Chorus begins holiday rehearsal schedule Monday MARQUETTE — Pastor Rich Melheim does not mind if you call him a "fink." Melheim is founder and director of the Faith Incubators Project — or FINK — in the St. Paul, Minn., area. FINK is a confederation of 1,500 churches and 15,000 parents serving as small group leaders for their children. FINK is involved in turning parents into youth ministers through conferences, redesigned confirmation and Sunday School systems,, an Internet magazine and a new satellite youth ministry. Melheim will be the guest of the Northern Great Lakes Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran- Church in America for three days in Marquette and Iron Mountain. His schedule includes the following: —"Family Building Event" on Friday, 6 to 9 p.m. (ET) at Messiah Lutheran Church, Marquette. Mixing food, music and Rich Melheim. —"New Life for Sunday Schools" on Saturday, Sept. 19, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (CT) at First Lutheran Church, Iron Mountain. Involving the whole family . in Christian Education. —"Melheim Confirmation Program" on Saturday, Sept. 19. 6:30 to 8:30 p-.m. (CT) at Our Saviour Lutheran, Iron Mountain. Making confirmation programs work. —"Growing in Youth Ministry" on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2 to 5 p.m. (CT) at Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp, Crystal Falls. For pastors and lay people who love kids and want to grow in their youth ministry. The events are free and open to the public, regardless of religious belief, "Pastor Melheim is one of the exciting voices that is shaking up youth education ministry in the church today. He's making a huge difference in our Lutheran community. It's high-energy stuff — small group learning, lay adult participation, parent involvement — and it's work- -ing.l'said theRevJTomSkrenes of the Northern Great Lakes Synod. A North Dakota native, Melheim is an ELCA minister as well as a playwright, humorist and cartoonist. Melheim writes humor for Doubleday, children's books for Creative Outlet, skits for Group Magazine, curriculum for Faith Incubators, sacramental theology for Concordia Publishing and screenplays for fun. His newest project is a comic book series where he goes back in time — as a cartoon character — to explore Bible and church history- For more information on the Melheim events, contact the Northern Great Lakes Synod at (906)228-2300. GCC now accepting nursing applications Applications for the practical nursing program and the associate degree nursing program at Gogebic Community College are being accepted for the 1999-2000 school year. All applicants for both programs are required to take a National League for Nursing pre-admission tost. Both tests are scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 24, at 9 a.m. in Room B22 of the Jacob Solin Center for Business Education at Gogebic Community College. Testers should arrive by 8:30 a.m. to register. The tests, which take about 3 1 /*, cost $30, payable at the time of testing. This testing does not apply to those who have already completed a practical nursing program and are interested in completing their associate degree in nursing. Graduates of GCC's practical nursing program are eligible to write the liccnsure examination to become licensed practical nurses. Graduates of the associated degree nursing program are eligible to write the liccnsure examination to become registered nurses. Applications for admission may bo obtained from high school counselors or the GCC admissions office. The application form should be forwarded to the admissions office prior to the last test date. Further information may be obtained by calling (906) 932-4231, Ext. 342 (or, in Michigan, 1-800682-5910, Ext. 342). E-mail: knteefeulm inl.gogebic.ee.mi.us. Contact the nursing office by phone, mrul or e-mail to inform to be scheduled for a test. Sept. 19 is National Comfort- Cap Day. The Fabric Patch of Ironwood . hopes to begin a grass roots effort within the community by recruiting as many people as possible to sew hats for patients undergoing chemotherapy. They are joining forces with Viking Sewing Machines Inc., by participating in a national drive to sew 100,000 caps during National Comfort- Cap Day. The caps will be donated to the American Cancer Society which, in turn, will give them to cancer patients either through the society's local offices or comprehensive and community cancer treatment centers. "These are more than just hats," says Arlene Wanink, Fabric Patch owner and a cancer survivor herself. "These are hope. They connect people to people in a unique way to say 'I care" and give many patients a reason to live for today." The American Cancer Society, welcomes what it terms a "generous offer of ComfortCaps from Viking Sewing Machines and its retailers." The caps will be used for cancer patients who are undergoing temporary hair loss due to chemotherapy and radiation treatments. "We know it is a difficult time for these patients, and they will certainly appreciate the time and efforts of the individual sewers," a society spokesperson said. Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy face the prospect, in many cases, of losing their hair as well as their dignity. "You often feel embarrassed and depressed over your appearance and become reluctant to have visitors. .Also, without your hair, you are always terribly cold," says Wanink. Designed by a Minnesota milliner, these easy-to-sew hats help protect the patient's soft sensitive scalp which is subject to irritation and cold. Whether a novice or an expert sewer, one of these hats can be created in less than a half hour. "Something happens when people sit down to sew these hats. A rush of emotions brings forth a sharing or a healing as each person begins to reflect upon his or her own cancer-related life experiences," says Wanink. "Even more touching is the same feeling, the same waves of emotion, are experienced by the recipient." "As September is National Sewing Month, I can't think of a better way to put into action this year's theme: 'Each One, Teach One," says Wanink. "If every person whose life has been affected by cancer sews a cap and teaches someone to do the same, we'll far exceed our national goal." The Fabric Patch hopes National ComfortCap Day will encourage other organizations, sewing or non-sewing, to help support the awareness of cancer in any form by sponsoring a hat project in their communities. "Our goal is to help current cancer patients, to raise awareness, and to get people personally involved.. The rewards are immeasurable," Wanink says. The Fabric Patch is located at 121 N. Lowell St., Ironwood. To obtain information on participating in the ComfortCap Program, call the Fabric Patch at 9325260. Bunker receives degree from Xavier BESSEMER — Thomas Bunker, of 104 W. Third Ave., Bessemer, graduated from Xavier University, a Jesuit school, with a bachelor of arts degree with a major in English and a minor in communication arts in electronic (radio and television) journalism. The Gogebic Range Community Chorus begins a new season on Monday. It will meet each Monday through December at 7 p.m. in Room 112 of the Erickson Academic Building on the campus of Gogebic Community College. The Range Chorus will be working on four choral selections this season. In addition, the chorus will be part of the first combined chorus Christmas concert to be held on Sunday, Dec. 7. Along with Our Lady of Peace Mixed Choir and St. Paul's Lutheran Chancel Choir, the Range Chorus will perform five massed choir pieces including "The Hal- ft HAPPY BIRTHDAY to You Today You're 2 Granrna & Papa Olexa leluia Chorus," "And the Glory of the Lord" by Handel, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by Bach,* < Ave Verum" by Mozart in Latin, and Pachelbel's "Canon of Praise." 'The combined concert is a wonderful opportunity to perform some magnificent choral work*," said Range Chorus Director Alex Marciniak. "We look forward to joining the other choirs for the Christmas concert." Membership is open to all area adults and can be taken for college credit. More information can be obtained by contacting Marciniak at 932-4962. iKSr V 'W'Bryce Dayle /y Holmes U Because we love you we're saying "I Do" on the day you turn 2 Happy Birthday Love, *^ Mama & Dada ^ Dally Globe Want-Ads Sell! Blood pressure clinics set Villa Home Health will hold a blood preHsure screenings Thursday at the following times and locations: —Pioneer Park Apartments, 1:30 to 3 p.m. —Garden Estates, 11:05 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. —Villa Manor, 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. HELP WANTED "Reserve Your Wreath Station Early!" . 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