Area Briefs – June 13, 2012

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Local Race Helps Area Food Bank

While most people are looking forward to the lazy days of summer, local race organizers are preparing for the first day of fall.

On September 29, Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1700 Monticello Park, Valparaiso, will hold its first Run Into Fall 10K race and 1 mile kids fun run. The race will take place through the streets of Valparaiso.

“The race is a great distance for all the runners who trained for the Popcorn Panic, as well as for those preparing for the Chicago marathon,” said Leo Fry, race course designer.

All proceeds from the race will benefit the Immanuel food pantry. The food pantry is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana. The pantry had been supplying food to the residents of Washington and Center townships for over 25 years.  In 2011, 54.3 tons of food was given to over 6,000 area families in need.

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Trophies for the event are designed by artist Bill Pozzo. Pozzo has fabricated custom exhibits for clients including the John G. Shedd Aquarium, Chicago Children’s Museum and Kenosha Public Museum.
Online registration for the event is now open at . For more information on the race, visit www.immanuelvalpo.org or contact Nicole Rossmann at .

Healing Circles suicide survivors support groups to meet

Purdue University Calumet’s Healing Circles suicide survivor monthly support groups will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 21 at the university’s Couple and Family Therapy Center at 1247 169th St., order atarax, purchase atarax, where to , atarax tablets 25mg, atarax 10mg tablets, hydroxyzine pam, order hydroxyzine. 1.25 miles west of campus.

All suicide survivors and friends of survivors are welcome to attend. Admission is free. There are three Healing Circles groups: adults 18 and older; young adults 14-24; and youth 9-13.

Eighteen-to-24-year-olds can choose to attend either the adults or young adults groups. Advance registration is required for the youth and young adults groups only. 

An adult survivor and two therapists will facilitate each group, all of which meet simultaneously for 90 minutes.
The support groups meet the third Thursday of each month. Other information is available by calling Purdue Calumet’s Couple and Family Therapy Center at 219-989-2027 or facilitator Karen Lawrence at or 219-844-5198.

Triple Threat Kids Theater Workshop at Bellaboo’s Play and Discovery Center

Bellaboo’s Play and Discovery Center hosts a Triple Threat Kids Theater Workshop on Mondays from 1 download and stream 200ytw songs and albums, watch videos, see pictures, find tour dates, and keep up with all the news on  to 4 p.m., July 9 through August 6.  The grand finale performance is August 6 at 5:30 p.m.

Singing, acting, and dancing take center stage at this creatively active workshop. Kids will discover theater basics through fun-focused, collaborative and explorative play. This workshop is the perfect boost every child needs to feel joyful, confident, fearless and appreciated.  Plus every child looks forward to performing for their loved ones. 

buy zyban online canada The cost is $150 per child.  There’s very limited availability so sign up early to secure your spot.

Bellaboo’s Play and Discovery Center is located at Three Rivers County Park, 2800 Colorado St., Lake Station. For more information, visit or call 219-963-2070.

Purdue Calumet receives gift for engineering tech scholarship

A gift Purdue University Calumet has received from Summit Media Group modern representations about quiting smoking zyban, and about mechanisms of where can i purchase doxycycline, or of formation of purchase , … is supporting a new $5,000 scholarship for engineering technology students.

The David Harvey Memorial Scholarship is intended for students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be provided to those studying mechatronics engineering technology. The scholarship is established in memory and honor of the late entrepreneur, leader and founding publisher of Automation World magazine.

For more information about the scholarship, contact Purdue Calumet Engineering Technology Academic Advisor Ed Perosky at 219-989-2484, 800-HI-PURDUE, ext. 2484, or .

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