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Thursday, April 11, 2013

* Photographer on Campus

The Office of Admission will have a photographer on campus for a photo shoot Wednesday, April 10, through Friday, April 12. UE students and faculty have always been very cooperative and accommodating during previous shoots. As a result, many great photos have been taken for UE publications. Kim McDonald will try to notify faculty in advance if photos will be taken in a particular class; however, weather often can force the shoot inside, and it is possible that last minute requests will be made. If faculty members know that they will be giving a test or do not wish to be bothered either of these days, please inform Kim McDonald at ext. 2683 and the classroom will be avoided.


What's Happening Today

* English Coffee Hour Senior Reading Planned for April 11

This year's English Coffee Hour Senior Reading is planned for Thursday, April 11 at 4 p.m. in the Melvin Peterson Gallery. Each spring the graduating creative writing majors read from their poetry and prose, and the Department of Creative Writing announces the winners of the Virginia Grabill Writing Awards. Please join us for a delightful and moving send-off to our graduating seniors.

* National Library Week Exhibit at UE Libraries

To celebrate National Library Week, UE Libraries offers an exhibit in the entry lobby which promotes careers in Librarianship and Information Services.  The many career opportunities across libraries and information technology are highlighted.  Graduate degree programs throughout Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States are provided.  National Library Week exhibit continues through April 21.

* UE Supports Evansville War on Hunger

In the spirit of social responsibility and community collaboration, we ask the UE Community to join together to help purchase a full skid of food that will be used to feed hungry families through the Salvation Army Food Kitchen and Food Pantry.

During the UE War on Hunger Week (April 8-12) please help donate in one of the following ways:
1) Make a monetary pledge at this site:
        (The first 50 pledging over $5.00 will receive a coupon for a free medium coffee drink at Jazzman’s)

2) Purchase discounted $5 meal tickets for lunch or dinner in Café Court.  These discounted Meal Tickets will be available on Tuesday, April 9 during lunchtime (11 am-1 pm) in Café Court in Ridgway University Center.  Ticket sales are coordinated by the Office of Residence Life. 

The entire purchase price will be donated to the War on Hunger.

All donations go directly to the Evansville Salvation Army Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen.  Thank you for your support!

* "Natural, Marvelous, Red" Henna Fundraiser Planned for April 11

Chemistry Club members will be hosting a the "Natural, Marvelous, Rad" Henna Fundraiser Event in Ridgway University Center Lobby by the Walnut Street entrance on April 11 fom 5:30-7:30 pm. Tattoos will start at five dollars. Please come out and support this endeavor and get a natural, marvelous, and super rad henna tattoo!

* To Write Love on Her Arms

Know someone who has struggled with suicide or depression? On Thursday, April 11, the Psychology Club will be attending the nationally recognized To Write Love on her Arms event at USI. Hear a motivating speaker who knows first hand what it is like to know someone who is going through such a traumatizing journey and enjoy a free concert. If you would like to carpool, we will be leaving the Hyde Hall lobby at 7:15. The event starts at 8pm. For more information, visit


Upcoming Events

* WIN $200 for Your Organization

Get your club/organization registered for Spring Buyback.  The organization that sells the most books back (in dollars) gets $200 for their funds, second place gets $100.  You must register your organization with the UE Bookstore by April 22nd so that your members get a code to record the transaction to correct group.  Buyback runs April 25 - May 1.  Prices individuals receive for their books is not affected in any manner.  This just a bonus promotion during Buyback to assist organitions.  Don't forget to register your group by the deadline.  Contact the Bookstore with any questions.

* UE African American Alumni Association (UEAAA) Annual Luncheon!

The UEAAA Annual Luncheon will be on Saturday, April 20, at 11:30 a.m. in the Koch Center Atrium. The luncheon is free for all UE students!  To R.S.V.P. for the luncheon, click here:, by Tuesday, APRIL 16,  or call 488-2586. 

The agenda will includes
1) Zerah Priestly Carter Scholarship Awards,
2) Election of UEAAA Executive Board Member Officers,
3) UE Graduating Senior Pinning Ceremony,
4) And an African American Greek Panel Discussion with: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc., and Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. 

All Zerah Preistly Carter Scholarship applicants must attend to receive the scholarship! 

Questions?  Contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 812-488-2586 or e-mail us at


* This Week in Music: Jazz and Woodwind Ensembles

The UE Jazz Ensemble I will perform in Eykamp Hall in the Ridgway Student Center this Sunday afternoon, April 14, at 4:00 p..m.  Under the direction of Professor of Trumpet and Jazz Studies Timothy Zifer, the ensemble will perform works ranging from the music of George Gershwin to works composed and arranged by student members of the ensemble.  The latter will include Lowdown Chicago by senior Music Education major Caleb Thompson and senior Music Education major Joe Luegers’s Thunderhead, as well as arrangements of rock and jazz standards by senior Music Performance major Tim Gaisser and junior Music Education major Meghan Pund.  The concert is free and open to the public.

Two small ensembles will join together for a Woodwind Ensembles concert in Wheeler Concert Hall on Saturday afternoon, April 13, at 2:30.  The Clarinet Ensemble, under the direction of Associate Professor and Department Chair Thomas Josenhans, and the Flute Ensemble, under the direction of Consortium Instructor Shauna Thompson, will perform a variety of works and arrangements from Mozart to the modern era, including the Clarinet Ensemble’s performance of Mack Gordon and Harry Warren’s jazz standard, “At Last,” arranged by junior Music Education major Matthew Banks.  The concert is free and open to the public.

Kantorei, the Department of Music’s chamber choir, will present a concert at Eastminster Presbyterian Church this Sunday afternoon, April 14, at 4:30. One of the four choirs at UE, this twelve-voice ensemble made up exclusively of music majors is the most select.  Under the baton of Director of Choral Activities Dennis Malfatti, the choir will perform both sacred and secular works that will include some outstanding solo singing from ensemble members. Eastminster Presbyterian Church is located at 5501 Washington Avenue, just a few blocks east of Washington Square Mall.  The concert is free and open to the public.

The Department of Music will also offer four student recitals this weekend.  Violinist Jessie Noland and violist Amanda Buell will offer a joint recital Saturday afternoon, April 13, at 1:00.  Music Performance major and soprano Jia Yu How will offer her Junior Recital in Wheeler at 4:00.  On Sunday, Music Performance major and pianist Joshua Kight will offer his Junior Recital at 1:00, and Music Therapy major and soprano Marjorie Heideman will offer her Senior Recital at 2:30.  All student recitals are free and open to the public.

* OSA Salad Fundraiser - April 17

The Office Staff Association’s annual salad fundraiser will be held April 17 on Ridgway University Center’s East Terrace from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. ((rain location: Graves Hall Lobby)  Stop by for yummy homemade salads and treats. For $5 you get 3 scoops of the salads you choose, dessert, and a bottle of water. All money goes to the OSA scholarships for students.

* UE Senior Night!

Attention all 2013 graduating seniors! Please join us for UE Senior Night at RiRa’s on Tuesday, April 23, from 7-11 p.m. There will be free food and soft drinks. This event is sponsored by: Student Alumni Ambassadors (SAA), UE Office of Alumni and Parent Relations, and UE Senior Gift Committee. No Shuttle Service will be available. Event is free. Please register online at 

* UE Students Invited to Attend Annual Breakfast with the CEO

UE students are cordially invited to attend the 4th annual Breakfast with the CEO event on Wednesday, April 24 from 8-9:30 a.m. in Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center.. The featured CEO and Keynote Speaker will be Parri O. Black,
president & CEO of Youth First, Inc.

RSVP online at 

For more information, please contact Monica Spencer at 812-488-4065 or

* UE Alum Neil Stowe to Give Presentation on Campus

Neil Stow, a local financial advisor, will be giving a presentation titled,” Changing Times: Modern Day Risk Management for an Investment Portfolio” on April 15 at 4.00 P.M in Room 170 (Symthe Hall) in Schroder School of Business Building. Stow graciously accepted an invitation to speak to UE students from Walayet A. Khan, professor of finance. The event is open to public.

Neil Stowe is associated with Ameriprise Financial.  He is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) and a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®).  Neil graduated from the University of Evansville in 2002 with a BSBA and a concentration in Finance.  Neil received his Master in Business Administration in 2004.  Prior to working as a Financial Advisor with Ameriprise, Neil worked at Merrill Lynch and as a Staff Accountant with Kight Home Center.  Neil resides in Newburgh with his wife, Andrea, a graduate of UE.  They have three children.

* Chutney Student Literary Conference Planned for April 13

Please join us on Saturday, April 13 for Chutney, the annual student literary conference sponsored by the Department of English. Student Panels are planned for 8:00, 9:15, and 10:30 am in Rooms 271 and 272 in Schroeder Family School of Business Building. The Keynote Address will be given by Robert Paul Lamb at 11:30 a.m. in Room 272, Schroeder Family School of Business Building. His topic will be “Race in Huckleberry Finn”

* Documentary Screening: The Central Park Five

WNIN, Tri-State Public Media is hosting a free screening for the public on Sunday, April 14 at 4:00 p.m. of THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE, a new documentary from award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns. The film tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in New York City’s Central Park in 1989. Directed and produced by Burns, David McMahon, and Sarah Burns, the film chronicles the Central Park Jogger case, for the first time from the perspective of the five teenagers whose lives were upended by this miscarriage of justice. 

The screening will be held at USI in Forum 1, located in the Forum Wing just off the main drive, behind the Orr Center. Transportation will be provided for UE students free of charge. Buses will leave from the Carson Center at 3:15. The documentary will play at 4:00. A panel discussion will follow. Among the panelists will be UE’s Mari Plikuhn, assistant professor of sociology and Maggie Stevenson, assistant professor of psychology.

Refreshments will be provided.

The documentary will air on PBS stations nationwide, including WNIN, two days after the screening. This link will take you to a trailer and additional information about the film:

* Milton Z. Tinker Memorial Concert Set for April 12

The University of Evansville Neu Chapel Society and the UE Chapter of the American Guild of Organists announce the Milton Z. Tinker Memorial Concert: Keeping the Memory Alive in the Minds of the Rising Generation to be held on Friday, April 12, at 7:00 p.m. in Neu Chapel.

The concert will feature University of Evansville organ and percussion students, North High School Concert Choir, Andrea Drury, conductor;  Joshua Academy Choir, Monte Skelton, conductor; and the Signature School String Orchestra, Becky Simpkins, conductor. Jeff Lyons, chief meteorologist for 14News, will serve as Master of Ceremonies.

Professor Milton Z. Tinker, in whose memory the concert will be performed, came to Evansville in 1867 and worked as superintendent of music in the Evansville schools for 47 years.  A much loved and respected teacher, Tinker created a rigorous vocal music curriculum in the Evansville schools. 

With the dedication of the Evansville Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Coliseum on Easter Sunday, April 8, 1917, the Evansville arts and education community began a weeklong festival—Fanfaronade—to raise funds to build a pipe organ as a memorial to Prof. Tinker in the new building. More than a thousand school children and their music teachers from all the city schools plus more than 25 community women’s organizations contributed their efforts to the cause.

During the Fanfaronade, the Evansville Courier proclaimed: “That the citizens of Evansville should unite in doing him honor, is but natural; that they should seek to keep his memory in the minds of the rising generation is but right.  The organ in the Coliseum, which will be known as the Tinker Memorial Organ, is but a fitting tribute [to] the man whose energy and talent have placed Evansville in the place she occupies today in the musical world.”

Two years later, the Milton Z. Tinker Memorial Organ, was dedicated on November 18, 1919, one day before the dedication of Evansville College. James Gillette, Municipal Organist, and Chair of the newly established Department of Music, played an organ concert to begin the College's opening Convocation.

The Milton Z. Tinker Memorial Concert is free and open to the public. 

* Save Our Schools, Save Our Country and Save Your Family Inaugural Hesburgh Lecture Series

How did we get to the point where so many American schools struggle and yet many kids are busier than any time since World War II? Families race to soccer practices and scouts, wait in drop-off lines and at oboe lessons, and sit through recitals, while parents wonder how this is the fulfillment of the American dream. The inaugural Hesburgh Lecture set for Friday, April 12 at 7 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center, will address those questions.

Speaker Brian Collier will trace American education since the turn of the 20th century and show what has changed and what our predecessors did really well to raise “the greatest generation.” What lessons can be learned from the schools that trained humans to go to the moon, write novels, plays, and create television programming? Collier’s engaging lecture also promises to be funny and cause everyone to go home with ideas about how to change their own family structure to ensure their kids are getting the education they need to help re-shape America.

Collier holds a Ph.D. in American Indian History and the History of Education in America from Arizona State University. He teaches for the Alliance for Catholic Education and is a fellow in the Institute for Educational Initiatives. His research in education is at the intersection of where families and teachers can truly partner to take back their families, their schools, and their neighborhoods.

His historical research on Native people focuses on American Indian boarding schools and their legacy in the 20th century. Collier himself was a teacher at St. Catherine Indian School in Santa Fe before it closed its doors in 1998, and he learned a great deal about Native people and culture from that experience. Since then, he has studied the closure of Native American Catholic schools and Catholic education more broadly. Collier has written articles and book chapters on Native Americans, the American West, teaching in the American West, race relations, gender, and the Harlem Globetrotters.  His book titled The System: Education and America is forthcoming in May. This collaborative publication was written with Notre Dame undergraduates and Notre Dame colleagues Maria McKenna and Kevin Burke.

* Come to "Called...With A Purpose"!

Join The Pursuit for an incredible night of worship, the Word, and fellowship on April 14 at 6 p.m. in Neu Chapel. Learn about God's purpose for your life and how he calls you into a beautiful relationship with Him.. You don't want to miss it!


Info You Should Know

* Watch for UE Faculty, Students and Alumni on the local Easter Seals Telethon, April 14!

The local Easter Seals Telethon will broadcast LIVE on April 14, 12-6 p.m. Tune in to WEHT Local to see representatives from UE answering phones, presenting checks, and helping with Telethon production. Or join the audience inside the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center on Bellemeade Avenue. Outside, enjoy the E’Ville Iron Cruise-In, refreshments, games and music. You can also support the Easter Seals Rehab Center and change lives for local kids and adults with disabilities by calling in a pledge! For more information, visit or

* Let Crescent Magazine Know What You Think

Please take a few minutes to let the Crescent Magazine staff know what you think about this year's issues by taking their annual magazine survey. It's anonymous and all you have to do is click the link to begin. The staff thanks you in advance.

* Announcement for Direct Loan Recipients Graduating, Withdrawing or Transferring at End of Spring Semester

Students who have received a Direct Loan while attending UE and plan to graduate, withdraw from school, or transfer to another school, are mandated by federal regulations to attend an Exit Counseling Session.  The Office of Financial Aid will hold sessions in Hyde Hall, Room 126, on:
April 11 at 4:00 p.m.
April 24 at 11:00 a.m.

You must arrive on time and bring the names, addresses and phone numbers of 2 people who you will remain in contact with after leaving UE, plus a next of kin at a different address than yours. Session will last approximately 30 minutes.


* Andiron Lecture Series Call for Abstracts

Faculty and administrators from across the University campus as well as members of the Evansville community are invited to submit an abstract for papers on any aspect of research or expertise for the 2013-2014 Andiron Lectures in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. All disciplines and fields of study are welcome. Reading time for papers is approximately 40 minutes. Deadline for abstract submission is April 12, 2013. Please provide the following by email: A 50-word abstract, Name, Academic Affiliation/ Occupation, Paper title, Contact Information. Please send submissions to:
Chris Mohn, Nominations for off-campus speakers can be sent by email to Andiron Lecture committee members Mohammad Azarian, Wes Milner, Annette Parks, John Stamm, Bill Hemminger and Chris Mohn (chair).




* A Winner Chosen for Student Art Exhibit's 2013 People's Choice Award

The Annual Student Art Exhibition is over and the votes have been tallied! Thank you to everyone who visited the exhibition and cast a vote for their favorite piece of artwork. There were a record number of votes cast this year. So at this time, the Department of Art is pleased to announce the winner of the 2013 People's Choice Award; D'Vaughn Agu for his plastic and wooden sculpture titled My Tree! (Piper). D'Vaughn is a senior, theatre major specializing in design & technology with a minor in art.

* Zoe Post Inducted as Member of Alpha Kappa Pi Chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa

Religion major Zoe Post has been inducted as a member of the Alpha Kappa Pi chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa.  Theta Alpha Kappa is an international honor society whose members are elected from among outstanding advanced undergraduate students and faculty in religion and theology. It is the only national honor society dedicated to recognizing academic excellence in baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate students and in scholars in the fields of Religious Studies and Theology.

Theta Alpha Kappa was founded in 1976 through by the Religious Studies faculty of Manhattan College in Riverdale (the Bronx) New York for the purposes of honoring particularly excellent undergraduate students in the fields of theological and/or religious studies. Its purpose is "to encourage, recognize, and maintain excellence in such studies within baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate degree programs, and within the academic profession of these studies more broadly understood." Theta Alpha Kappa is committed to the scholarly study of religion in all its diversity.

* Clark Kimberling

Clark Kimberling, professor of mathematics, together with English geometer Peter Moses, have a research article entitled “Bishop Curves and Orthogonal Trajectories” in the current issue of Elemente der Mathematik.  Published in Switzerland by the European Mathematical Society, the article presents families of spherical curves first discovered four years ago.  You can see some of these curves—animated—at the UE-based website, “Gallery of Bishop Curves” .


Thank You

* Pi Gamma Mu Thanks Campus Community for Help with Soles4Souls

The members of Pi Gamma Mu would like to thank the campus community for its generosity in donating new and used shoes for the group's Soles4Souls shoe drive.  They collected 111 pairs of shoes to help those less fortunate around the globe. Thanks, UE!



* UE Softball Splits with Middle Tennessee State

Evansville softball split in its doubleheader with Middle Tennessee State as the Blue Raiders defeated the Aces, 5-2, before UE took game two, 7-0.

The Aces were led by junior Kacey Rogers and senior Brianna Villanueva as they went 5-for-8 at the plate while scoring three runs, two doubles, and four RBIs combined on the day. Junior Emily Morris also went a perfect 1-for-1 at bat in her first time at the plate this season for UE while notching a double. Evansville averaged a .296 at bat as they tallied nine runs, 16 hits, four doubles, one home run, seven RBIs, four walks, and went 2-for-2 in stolen bases.

UE will take the field next on Saturday, April 13, in a doubleheader against conference opponent Bradley at Cooper Stadium beginning at 12:00 p.m. CST. Evansville will wrap up the three-game series on Sunday in a single game contest starting at 12:00 p.m. CST.

Game 1: MTSU 5, UE 2
MTSU struck first after a double to left center put a run on the board in the top of the second as the Blue Raiders took the lead, 1-0.

Senior Alicia Betancur answered right back in the bottom half of the second after she notched a solo home run to knot the score, 1-1.

After a pair of errors by the Aces and a reach on a fielder’s choice, MTSU once again took the lead over UE, 2-1, in the third frame.

The bottom of the fourth allowed Evansville to tie the game, 2-2, as a run was scored on an illegal pitch.

The Blue Raiders did not let up though as once again MTSU was able to take the lead, 3-2, after an error by the Aces in the top of the fifth inning.

With a scoreless sixth, MTSU ran off with it after an RBI single and a double notched another three runs on the board and allowed the Blue Raiders to take the victory, 5-2, over the Aces.

Caitlin McClure grabbed the win for MTSU as she pitched a complete 7.0 innings and struck out four while allowing two runs. McClure improved to 2-11 on the season.

Evansville pitcher Annie Moore suffered the loss as she moved to 1-8 in the circle. Moore saw 4.1 innings as she allowed one run and struck out two. Sarah Baldwin came in at relief as she completed 2.2 innings in the circle while striking out two and allowing two runs.

Game 2: MTSU 0, UE 7
The Aces took off in the bottom of the second as they took an early 2-0 lead over MTSU after a pair of doubles by Rogers and Villanueva.

After a scoreless next three innings, Evansville expanded its lead, 7-0, after an explosive bottom of the sixth saw three RBI singles by Villanueva, Rogers, and senior Tamara Robey. MTSU left two runners stranded in the top of the seventh and allowed UE to -take the win, 7-0.

Evansville senior pitcher Sarah Patterson took the win for the Aces as she improved to 9-6. Patterson struck out three and allowed only three hits in 7.0 innings of work while not allowing any runs.

Jordyn Fisherback suffered the loss for MTSU as she struck out four in 6.0 innings. Fisherback allowed five runs and is now 3-16 on the season.

* Evansville Falls to Murray State in Midweek Matchup

The University of Evansville baseball team dropped a 12-6 decision to host Murray State Wednesday afternoon in non-conference action in Murray, Ky.  The Purple Aces were able to score first, but the Thoroughbreds scored four in the third were able to pull away in the middle inning en route to the victory.

Offensively, Evansville (14-20) was led by senior Chris Pearson and redshirt sophomore Kevin Kaczmarski.  Pearson finished 2-for-3 with a double, two runs scored and a pair of walks, while Kaczmarski drove in two runs with a 2-for-4 effort.

On the mound, freshman Phillip Diehl (0-1) took the loss in his first decision of the season, as he allowed five runs, all earned, on six hits in 1.2 innings of relief.  Tim Vonder Haar (2-3) earned the win for Murray State (13-19), allowing just one run in 3.0 innings of work.

The Aces grabbed an early 1-0 advantage in the top of the first, scoring on a two-out hit from senior Jason Hockemeyer.  Pearson set the table with a one-out double to left, before coming around to score on Hockemeyer’s single to center field.

In the bottom of the third, freshman Connor Strain took over on the mound for UE starter Josh Biggs, who tossed two scoreless innings, but his stint was short lived, as he issued a pair of walks on just nine pitches and was replaced by Diehl.  Following a sacrifice bunt by Ty Stetson to move both runners into scoring position, Brandon Elliott tied the game with an RBI groundout to second.  Later in the inning, Mike Kozlowski gave MSU a 3-1 lead with a two-run double to left center and Dylan Wheeler capped the frame with a run-scoring single through the right side to put Murray State in front, 4-1.

UE cut the deficit to 4-3 by scoring a pair of runs in its half of the fourth on an RBI ground out by redshirt junior Johnny Day and a sacrifice fly off the bat of redshirt junior Nick Hathcoat, but the Thoroughbreds answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning to open up a 7-3 margin.

Day picked up his second RBI drawing a bases-loaded walk in the top of the fifth to pull Evansville back within three runs at 7-4, but MSU once again responded, scoring a run on a Ben Lott single to extend its lead to 8-4.

Murray State scored for the fourth-straight inning by plating two more runs in bottom of the sixth, as Kozlowski drove in a run with a sacrifice fly to right center and Wheeler singled home Brandon Eggenschwiler with a base hit to left.

Kaczmarski drove in the Aces’ final two runs with a two-run double in the top of the eighth and the Thoroughbreds scored a pair in the bottom of the inning to make the final score 12-6.

Seven different pitchers took to the mound for UE and only two, Biggs and sophomore Forrest Herrmann, did not allow a run.  Biggs struck out three and issued a walk without giving up a hit in 2.0 innings, while Herrmann walked one and did not give up a hit in his inning out of the bullpen.

Evansville will host Xavier in a three-game, non-conference series this weekend at Braun Stadium, with the first game of the set beginning Friday at 6 p.m.

* UE Women's Soccer Announces Second Elite ID Camp

The University of Evansville women’s soccer team has announced it will hold its second Elite ID Camp Saturday June 15.  The camp will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is open to all female high school players that will graduate between 2013 and 2016.

The cost for the camp is $100 per player prior to the June 7 registration date, but will increase to $135 after June 7.  The event will be held on Black Beauty Field, which is the home for UE soccer.

The one day elite camp will give female high school soccer players a unique opportunity to experience what it is like to be part of the Purple Aces’ women’s soccer program.  Participants will be challenged in a competitive environment, while being encouraged to show head coach Krista McKendree and her staff the skills and athleticism that will make a difference at the next level.

For questions or additional information, please contact Grant Williams by phone at 812-488-2084 or by email at


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