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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

* Summer Hours Begin May 7

The University will begin a modified summer schedule starting Monday, May 7 and ending Monday, August 6. 

Business hours for the campus will be adjusted during this period to 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In all cases, the area supervisor is responsible for the scheduling decisions that will best meet the University’s and their respective department’s service requirements during business hours. We will return to regular hours on Monday, August 6.

The modified summer work schedule is incumbent on ensuring coverage to service our many constituencies. It is important to maintain our commitment and communication with students and their parents during the summer months. Your assistance in this regard is greatly appreciated. 


What's Happening Today

* Catholic Mass in Neu Chapel Tonight

The final Wednesday Mass of the year will be tonight at 9:30 p.m. in Neu Chapel, with Fr. Ryan Hilderbrand presiding. This is a great chance to stop for prayer during your studies. The Rosary will be prayed at 9:10 p.m., and Confessions will be available at 9:00 p.m.

* Bookstore Book Buyback April 25 - May 2

Book Buyback at the UE Bookstore starts at noon on April 25 and runs through Wednesday, May 2. Promotions during the week include an IPAD giveaway and daily ITune drawings. You can register each time you sell books. Promotions also include merchandise discounts, Sweet Poppins and other items.

You may sell books back as many times during the week as you wish and you do NOT need your original receipt. You will need your student ID. We freely offer quotes on books whether used on this campus or not. You'll always get cash on spot. A majority of the books we buy stay on campus to benefit the campus community.  In addition to regular pricing on books we have over 200 titles that offer special bonus pricing well above any others.

Please remember to bring all components, including CDs, that came with your textbooks as that may result in better pricing.  Any workbooks or texts that require answers be written in them should be clean for value.  Also always keep an eye on your books and report any missing textbooks to the Bookstore as soon as possible. 

If you have any questions about Buyback be sure to ask or contact the Bookstore. Buyback ends promptly at 5 p.m. on May 2 so make sure you get in before that time.  

* Win a Kindle Touch

The Crescent Magazine staff is interested in learning your general feelings and impressions about this year’s magazine. The survey will take just a few minutes to complete. It is anonymous, but by completing the survey and including your name and e-mail address at the end of the survey, you will be entered to win a Kindle Touch just for participating. One entry per UE student. Non-students and Student Publications staff are not eligible.

* Volunteer Experience in Dominican Republic to be Topic of Honors Presentation

Andrea Weber, a senior elementary education major, will be giving her honors project presentation on Reading Study Day (Wednesday, April 25)  at 10:30 in a.m. in Room 100, Graves Hall. She will share her time volunteering in a school in the Dominican Republic and more about the culture and customs she experienced while studying abroad in Santiago this past fall. 


Upcoming Events

* UE Students - Take a Photo with Ace Purple!

UE students, you are invited to take a photograph with Ace Purple!  The photo will be featured on specialty plate posters in the Bureau of Motor Vehicles branches and on the BMV and University of Evansville Websites. Meet Ace Purple in front of Olmsted Hall, on Thursday, April 26, at 1:30 p.m.  Be sure to wear purple or a University of Evansville shirt.  If you have any questions, call the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations, at 488-2586 or e-mail us at

To purchase a UE specialty license plate and show Purple Pride go online at  With every plate purchase or renewal $25 goes to the student scholarship fund.

* Retirement Reception for Walt Lewis Planned for April 26

Please join us for a retirement reception in honor of Director of Student Teaching and Assistant Professor of Education Walt Lewis. The reception will be held on Thursday, April 26, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in Graves Hall, Room 240.

Walt Lewis began teaching at UE in 2000. He has been a strong supporter of the School of Education and has done a marvelous job holding several positions and teaching. He has been acting chairperson of the department, director of student teaching, lead trainer for cooperating teachers and supervisors, and director of the Transition to Teaching Program. Walt and Leanne Nayden have co-taught the education senior seminar and the student teaching seminar for 12 years. He has been a strong supporter of UE and SOE and has been a loyal member of the faculty, offering his wisdom and experience to us all. He will be missed!


* Help Cure Diabetes!

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Walk to Cure Diabetes is May 19 at Holiday World. To learn more about walking or donating, stop by the team members’ table in Ridgway University Center outside Café Court on April 26 and 27 from 11 a.m.– 1:30 p.m. or go online at and search for the UE Health Sciences team.


* All UE Students are invited to "The Last Supper"

Rev. Larry A. Rascoe, senior pastor of  Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church, men’s basketball chaplain, and University of Evansville Board of Trustees member is inviting you to a wonderful home cooked meal.  You are invited to attend “The Last Supper” on Sunday, April 29, at 1:00 p.m., after the 11:00 a.m. worship service.  It will be held at Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church at 867 Walnut Street, Evansville, Ind.  R.S.V.P. to 812 424-7368 by April 26.  “Last Supper” refers to the last big supper before the end of finals!  Invite your roommates and friends. Need a ride?  Contact the church at 812-424-7368.

* Free Paper Shredding

Once again the University is underwriting document shredding at no cost to you. This free event is offered by Piranha Mobile Shredding, and will take place on Friday, April 27 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in Parking Lot C. This event allows you to safely and in an environmental-friendly manner dispose of old documents, confidential or not, that are cluttering your space at home or office. All documents will be shredded and the resulting paper stream will be re-used. Piranha cannot assure that their mobile shredder will be available that day for use at the university site. Mobile shredder availability depends on other business demands that day. For any questions contact Janice Walker at ext. 2941 or

* UE Cheer Team Tryouts

The UE Cheer Team is looking for males and females to join the cheer team for the 2012-2013 season.  Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 27 and 28.  The clinic will be Friday, April 27 at 5 p.m. in Carson Center with the tryouts being held on Saturday, April 28 at 8 a.m. in Carson Center.  For more information on tryouts or qualifications, go to or email head coach Courtney Moore at  There is a non-refundable $25 tryout fee that must be paid before trying out for the team.  Join the tradition and be part of the UE Cheer Team!

* Family Weekend Date Set for 2012: Make Plans Now!

Family Weekend is scheduled for September 28–30. The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations has started working on event planning for this weekend. If your department or organization would like to have an event during Family Weekend, please complete a newly developed “Family Weekend Event Form” by clicking on this link, or by e-mailing the information to:  

Like last year’s successful weekend, we would love to have a lot of student and department participation!  If you have any questions, please contact Angela Williams, assistant director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at 488-2900 or Donna Jones, at 488-2586.


Info You Should Know

* UrEntal Book Rental Returns

This is a reminder that spring books rented through the UrEntal program in the  UE Bookstore need to be returned to the Bookstore no later than Wednesday, May 2 at 6 p.m.  If you return your rental during Buyback (April 25-May 2) make sure you return it to the station marked as "UrEntal Book Return".  Any rentals returned after the deadline of May 2 will be subject to a $10 late fee.  Please make a note of this date and if you have any questions please contact the Bookstore. Thanks for your cooperation.

* Volunteer Opportunity

Volunteers are needed to help set up and clean up for the March of Dimes, on Saturday, April 28 at 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. For more information contact the Office of Community Service Initiatives. Email:   

* Winners of Diverse Learning Environments Survey Prizes

The UE Institutional Diversity Council would like to thank all 897 UE students who completed the survey.  There was a 31.3% response rate, which is amazing.  The winners of the prizes are as follows:
• iPad3 – Breianna Simpson
• $100 Wal-Mart gift card – Cynthia Torrez
• $50 Thorton’s gift card – Darian Smith
• $50 UE Bookstore gift certificate – Heather Vozzola
• $25 Hacienda gift card – Emily Bourg
• $25 Biaggi’s gift card – Kelleigh McCrea
• $25 Crazy Buffet gift card – Sarah Dory
• $25 Starbuck’s gift card – Nicholas Klem
• $25 Olive Garden gift card – Taylor Henderson
• Social/Emotional Intelligence pack – Brady Hall

The winners must contact La Toya Smith (x2413 or within 48 hours (by 12 p.m. on April 26) to set up a time to claim their prizes.  Otherwise, another drawing will be conducted and the prize will be awarded to another student.

Results from the survey will be disseminated Fall 2012 to the entire student body.  If you have any questions, please contact La Toya Smith, Diversity & Equity Officer.

* Laundry Card Reimbursement

Beginning Fall 2012, campus laundry will be unlimited and included in student room and board.  So, do mom a favor, don’t take home dirty clothing… use up your laundry card balance or share with a friend who has dirty clothes!

For reimbursement of unused laundry $ prior to leaving UE, bring your laundry card to Administrative Services at 1 South Frederick St. (General Services building where Safety & Security is located) by 4:30 p.m., Friday, May 4. Note: Students taking summer classes will still be able to use their laundry cards for much of the summer.  An end date will be announced in July.

* Seniors, Don't Forget to Make Your Gift to Student Scholarships

It’s not too late for graduating seniors to make a difference in a fellow student’s life. Any amount is great and all the money raised from senior gifts go directly to benefit student scholarships. We’ve raised just over $2000 so far, but we know that we can do more.

If you’d like to make a larger impact, you can purchase a personalized brick that will be placed outside the Ridgway University Center. The bricks are typically $250 for current alumni of UE, but are only $100 for current students. Your gift of $100 also gives you entry into the newly established Young Alumni President’s Club. Time is running out before graduation, so log on to to make a gift, today! If you have any questions please contact Brad Kastrup ’11, assistant director of annual giving, as

* Fitness Center Hours

Fitness Center Hours are as follows:
Wednesday April 25 - Reading and Study Day  6:30 a.m. -7:00 p.m.
Thursday April 26  - 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Friday April 27 - 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday April 28 - 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sunday April 29 – 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Monday April 30 – 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday May 1 – 8:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday May  2 -8:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.
Thursday May  3 – 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday May 4 - 8:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.
Saturday May 5 - Closed
Sunday May 6 – Closed
Monday – May 7- Summer Hours Begin

* Attention UE Cardholders

The April Pcard Cycle began on March 22 and ends on April 23.  Pcards statements must  be reconciled and printed from SDG2 as of April 25 and submitted along with your receipts in a Pcard Envelope.  GL will upload on April 30.

* Nearly $1000 Raised for Salvation Army War on Hunger

Thank you to the UE Community for your generosity in the UE drive to support the Salvation Army War on Hunger.  Together we raised nearly $1,000.00 for this cause in just four days!  This purchased a full skid of stuffing and an extra $350.00 for miscellaneous food items.  All of the proceeds were donated to the Salvation Army on Friday to help serve local Evansville families.  Thank you again for doing something that matters!

* Purchasing Procedures Announced for May

As the end of the University’s fiscal year approaches on May 31, Administrative Services and Accounting and Audit announce the following procedures related to purchases of goods and services during May.

Pcard Purchases
• Pcard purchases posting to the statement on or before May 21 (cycle end date) will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds. Most shipments post on your Pcard within three to four business days.  However, vendors have up to nine business days to post transactions.
• Pcard purchases posting from May 22 through May 31 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 (new year) funds, unless the item purchased exceeds $500.  Purchases exceeding $500 will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.

Office Depot Orders
• Normally, Office Depot orders placed by 3 p.m. for items in stock are delivered the next business day. Upon delivery, the transaction should post on your Pcard within three to four business days.
• Office Depot orders received by May 13 will likely post on the May 21 Pcard Cycle and be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.
• Office Depot orders placed and received but posting to the Pcard between May 22 and May 31 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 funds, unless the items purchased exceed $500.  Purchases exceeding $500 will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.

Purchase Orders
• Approved requisitions converted into purchase orders and delivered by May 31 will be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.
• Approved Requisitions indicating FY 2012-2013 written on them in red ink will be processed with a delivery date of June 1 or later.
• Backordered Purchase Orders not delivered by May 31 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 funds.

Blanket Orders
• All FY 2011-2012 Blanket orders expire on May 31, 2012.
• Approved Requisitions for FY 2012-203 (new year) Blanket Orders may now be submitted with June 1, 2012 through May 31, 2013 effective dates.
• Backordered Blanket Purchase Order items not delivered by May 31, 2012 will be paid from FY 2012-2013 funds.

Requisitions for Check Request
• All services completed and items purchased less than $100 and on campus by May 31, must be submitted on a requisition to Accounting & Audit by 5 p.m. on Monday, June 11 to be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds.
• The requisitions must have appropriate approvals and funds available to be charged to FY 2011-2012.
• Any requisitions not submitted by this time or those submitted without appropriate approvals or without funds available will be charged to your budget in FY 2012-2013.
• All services completed and items purchased for $100 or more and on campus by May 31 must be submitted on a requisition to Accounting and Audit by Monday, June 18 to be paid from FY 2011-2012 funds. Any requisitions not submitted by this time will be charged to your budget in FY 2012-2013.

* Final Exam Week Library Hours

• Wednesday, April 25:  7:45  a.m.   -    1:00 a.m.
• Thursday, April 26:       7:45 a.m.    -    1:00 a.m.
• Friday, April 27:             7:45 a.m.    -    8:00 p.m.
• Saturday, April 28:      10:00 a.m.   -    8:00 p.m.  
• Sunday, April 29:                   Noon   -    1:00 a.m.
• Monday, April 30:          7:45 a.m.   -    1:00 a.m.     
• Tuesday, May 1:              7:45 a.m.   -    Midnight
• Wednesday, May 2:       7:45 a.m.   -    5:00 p.m.
• Thursday, May 3:            7:45 a.m.   -    5:00 p.m.
• Friday, May 4:                  7:45 a.m.   -    5:00 p.m.
• Saturday, May 5:             CLOSED
• Sunday, May 6:                CLOSED

* Housing Extended Stay Requests

All UE residential facilities officially close at noon on the Thursday, May 3. However, students must officially check out of housing within 24 hours following their last exam. If you need to stay later, an Online Extended Request Form must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Reading & Study Day. These forms are available on the Residence Life Web site. There may be a $35 per night fee depending on the reason for staying. Graduating seniors and those participating in graduation may remain in housing until noon the day following commencement (but still must submit an extended stay request).

* Summer Sessions Online Classes

Consider taking a UE online course this summer. Check out these online courses to meet your needs. Visiting students can contact the Center for Adult Education Department (812-488-2981) for registration assistance.  For a detailed listing of ALL summer course offerings at UE, please visit

Summer I Online Courses:
ART 105 – Introduction to Visual Arts
ARTH 209 – Survey of Art II
BUS 380 – Leadership
CHEM 108 – Elementary Chemistry
COMM 380 – Intercultural Communication
EDUC 100 – History & Found of Amer Educ
EDUC 320 – Teach Strategies in K-12 Schools
EDUC 322 – Spec Need Stud K-12
EXSS 190 – Intro to Public Health
MATH 105 – College Algebra
MATH 221 – Calculus I
MATH 222 – Calculus II
MGT 280 – Leadership
MGT 311 – Mgmt Information Systems
MGT 377 – Organizational Behavior
MKT 325 – Principles of Marketing
PSCI 100 – World Politics
QM 227 – Introduction to Statistics
REL 150 – Intro New Testament
SOC 105 – Intro to Sociology

Summer II Online Courses:
ACCT 211 – Principles of Accounting II
ART 105 – Introduction to Visual Arts
BUS 380 – Social Media Strategy
COMM 130 – Intro to Communication
EDUC 320 – Teach Strategies in K-12 Schools
EDUC 516 – Adv Educ Technol & Application
EXSS 195 – Global Health Issues
HSA 414/514 – Health Care Mgmt & HR
HIST 111 – World History to 1500
MGT 310 – Production/Operations Mgmt
NUTR 280 – Nutrition in Health & Disease
PSCI 100 – World Politics
PSYC 416 – Human Sexuality
REL 130 – Christian Thought
SOC 230 – Social Problems Modern World



* Brian St. John

Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Orchestral Activities Brian St. John will attend the production of his original ballet, “Through the Looking Glass” in Dallas, Texas, on May 5. The ballet will be fully staged by the Flower Mound Symphony Orchestra with dancers from Footlights Dance Studio. “Through the Looking Glass” is the sixth of seven ballets that St. John has composed. While in Texas, St. John will be visiting the orchestras at Flower Mound High School, Guyer High School and Marcus High School.

* UE VETS Wins First Place

UE VETS won first place and $2,000 in the Operation Diploma/MFRI student veteran grant competition held at Purdue University on April 14.  Cody Land, UE VETS president, and Bridget Soucy, UE VETS vice president, presented.



* Women's Golf Finishes Up MVC Championship

The Purple Aces women’s golf team dropped one slot to finish in ninth place at the State Farm MVC Championship in Terre Haute on Tuesday.

Evansville finished Tuesday with a 326 to take ninth place in the event with a 983.  The top round for the Aces came on Sunday when they finished with a 327.  Missouri State won the championship by three strokes over Illinois State.  The Bears three-round total of 910 bested the Redbirds’ 913.

Northern Iowa and Southern Illinois tied for third with a 916.

Sydney Skiles continued to pace the Aces, recording a final-round total of 79 to finish the tournament with a 240 to tie for 30th place.  She finished with rounds of 81 and 80 in the first two days.

Alyssa Key rebounded from her round of 88 to shoot her second round of 79 after matching the score on Sunday.  She tied for 37th place at +30.  Lauren Ellerman carded an 85 on Tuesday en route to a 249, putting her in 39th place.

For the second-straight day, Cathy Doyle recorded an 83 and finished in a tie for 41st place with a 252. Dana Hayden rounded out the squad with a 271 to place 48th.

Katie Jean of Illinois State took medalist honors.  She shot an even 72 on Tuesday to finish with a 220. Jean topped a pair of Salukis, finishing two shots ahead of Cassie Rushing.  Third-place finisher Alisha Matthews, who was tied for 15th entering the final round, shot a tournament-low 67 on Monday to finish in third place, three strokes off the lead.

* UE Baseball To Bring Breds To Braun Wednesday

The University of Evansville baseball team wraps up its five-game hiatus from Missouri Valley Conference play Wednesday, hosting the Murray State Thoroughbreds of the OVC. First pitch is set for 6:00 p.m. at Braun Stadium.

Evansville comes off a 1-2 series versus Dayton of the Atlantic 10, winning game one, 7-6 in 11 innings, but fell 4-3 and 9-5 on Saturday and Sunday. The Aces’ bats are led by Jason Hockemeyer (.307), Kyle Pollock (.305) and Kevin Kaczmarski (.303), as the team owns a collective .260 average. UE ranks 10th in the nation with a .978 fielding percentage, while the pitching staff owns a 4.10 earned run average.

Evansville resumes Valley play, bringing the Bradley University Braves to Braun Stadium for a three-game series. The contests will be played Friday at 6:00 p.m., Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and Sunday at 1:00 p.m.

* Aces, Fortner Stun Salukis With 9-0 Run-Rule Win

The University of Evansville softball team posted a 9-0 run-rule victory over Southern Illinois in last night's game, marking the first time that the Aces have posted a mercy-rule win over the Salukis since an 8-0 win in the 2003 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament.

With the win, the Aces spoil the series sweep by Southern Illinois, finishing with a 1-2 record against the Salukis after dropping a pair of games in last week’s doubleheader. 

Freshman Kayla Fortner was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate with a pair of doubles and a home run on the night, marking her fifth round-trip hit of the year. Fortner tallied five RBI and two runs scored in the win. Junior Brianna Villanueva went 2-for-2 from the right side, notching an RBI and a run scored against the Salukis.

As a team, the Aces finished the night with eight hits, with junior Tamara Robey, senior Maggie Little and freshman Victoria Dellorto each chipping in a single hit at the plate. 

Junior pitcher Sarah Patterson was lights out on the mound, allowing just four hits and striking out three as she held the Salukis scoreless en route to a five-inning shutout victory. The effort marked the 12th complete game for Patterson, who improves to 8-15 on the year.

The Aces (14-31), now improve to 5-16 in the Missouri Valley Conference as they continue to fight for a bid to the MVC Tournament on May 10. Evansville will continue a five-game homestand tomorrow with a doubleheader against Austin Peay before resuming Valley play with a three-game home series against Drake this weekend. Wednesday’s games against the Governors is set to start at 5:00 p.m.

Game Recap:
Freshman Kayla Fortner blasted a towering shot over the score board in the bottom of the first to give UE an early 1-0 lead.
Villanueva started the bottom of the third with a single up the middle before moving to second on a sacrifice bunt by sophomore Katie Sears. Pinch-hitter junior Alicia Betancur worked a four-pitch walk from reliever Alyssa Wunderlich to put runners at first and second for Fortner. A wild pitch moved both runners up a bag before Fortner sent a line drive to the centerfield fence, scoring both runners on the double. Senior Amy Gaertner reached first on a full-count walk to put runners at first and second before the Salukis made their second pitching change of the inning, bringing in Brittany Lang with one out on the board. Senior Maggie Little then hit a hard liner right at Jayna Spivey at second base, who was able to throw out Fortner at the bag to turn the double play and end the inning with the Aces leading 3-0.

The Aces broke the game open in the bottom of the fourth, as Dellorto started the game with a walk before sophomore Niki Rahming reached safely on an infield error. Junior Halie Malone attempted a sacrifice bunt, but a throwing error by Wunderlich allowed both Dellorto and Rahming to score as Malone was able to go all the way to third base on the error. Villanueva followed with her second hit of the game, singling to right field to bring in pinch-runner Mariah Ferguson and put the Aces up 6-0. Sears replaced Villanueva at first as a fielder’s choice marked the first out of the inning. Robey roped an infield single to put runners at first and second for Fortner, who then belted her second double of the game to score both runners safely, as UE extended its lead to 8-0. A ground out by Gaertner put two outs on the board, but Little came through with a two-out single to bring home Fortner before the inning finally came to a close.

Patterson was able to preserve the shutout with a three-up, three-down inning in the top of the fifth as the Aces secured the win in five innings. 


* Aces Student-Athletes To Be Recognized Wednesday

Prior to Wednesday’s University of Evansville softball against Austin Peay, the UE Student Athlete Advisory Committee will be presenting awards to recognize the top teams and top 20 student-athletes for the service to the community.

With the softball game set at 5 p.m., the presentations will take place on the field approximately 20 minutes prior to first pitch.  In a record-setting year for service, Aces student-athletes have accumulated over 3,400 hours of service while helping 105 agencies in the community.

The top two teams that will be recognized for their service are the Aces women’s basketball and women’s golf squads.

“We are very grateful that our program is being recognized for our community service efforts,” head women’s basketball coach Oties Epps said.  “Our staff and our student-athletes understand and value the opportunity we have to give back to our community. We are committed to serving the Evansville community and it will always be an important part of our program.”

Aside from the women’s basketball team, the women’s golf team is also being honored.  Senior and SAAC representative Sydney Skiles commented on the honor.

“As a student athlete, it feels great to give back to our community.  We are able to influence young children through Just Read and donating money to Toys for Tots,” Skiles said.  “We are given so much at the University of Evansville, and it is a great to be involved in the community and make a difference in people's lives.”

Along with the two team honors, twenty student-athletes will be recognized for their service, led by cross country runner Matthew Hamilton, who has accumulated 100 hours of service.  Swimmer Kyle Tiemann has notched 54 hours while Khristian Hart has recorded 50.5.

“We are extremely proud of our student-athletes.  “They have volunteered at over 100 organizations and spent more than 3,400 hours during the academic year contributing to our community,” UE Senior Associate Athletics Director and SWA Sarah Solinsky said.  “The student-athletes find community service a rewarding aspect of their overall experience at UE.”

Below is a list of the top 20 student-athletes being honored along with a list of the organizations that have UE has assisted.

1 Matthew Hamilton 100 Men's Cross Country
2 Kyle Tiemann 54 Men's Swimming
3 Khristian Hart 50.5 Women's Basketball
4 Kelsey Costales 49.5 Women's Tennis
5 Ashton Bishop 49 Men's Swimming
6 Carder Labrake 48.5 Men's Swimming
7 Nick Davlantis 48 Men's Swimming
8 Alex Seward 48 Men's Swimming
9 Emily Morris 47.75 Softball
10 Garrett Johnson 47.5 Men's Swimming
11 Kelly Lamarche 45.5 Women's Golf
12 Jeremy Schroers 45 Men's Swimming
13 Chris Weisheit 45 Men's Swimming
14 Justin Shotwell 45 Men's Swimming
15 Maria Lynn 44.25 Women's Cross Country
16 Colin Gray 42 Men's Swimming
17 Jake Harrington  42 Men's Swimming
18 Zach Taylor 40 Baseball
19 Caitlin Harty 38.5 Women's Swimming
20 Aleks Dzakula 34.5 Women's Tennis


1 Ace of Hearts Kid's Night Out
2 Aces Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds Program
3 Adopt a Family Christmas
4 Adopt a Highway
5 After school tutoring at Dexter Elementary
6 After school tutoring at Washington Middle
7 American Red Cross - Hygiene Bags
8 American Red Cross Easter Event
9 American Red Cross Hero’s
10 Audubon State Park
11 Aurora
12 Bell Oaks Assisted Living
13 Bone Bash
15 Boo at the Zoo
16 Bosse High School - SWAT Program
17 Box City - Homeless Awareness
18 Boy Scouts
19 Boys & Girls Club
20 Canned Food Drive
21 Castle Elementary School
22 Catholic 101 Confirmation Retreat
23 College Mentors for Kids
24 Dexter Elementary School
25 ESC 16u Soccer
26 Evansville ARC
27 Evansville Half Marathon
28 Fall Festival
29 Garvin Park
30 Golf Classic
31 Green River Kiwanis
32 Habitat for Humanity
33 Harper Elementary School
34 Haynie's Corner Art Festival
36 Hebron Elementary Health Fair
37 Holly's House
38 Hoops for the Cure
39 Hospice Patient
40 Human Society
41 Indiana Swimming State Championship
42 International Bazaar
43 Jacobsville Community
44 Joshua Academy
45 Just for Kids
46 Just Read - Holiday Edition
47 Just Read - St. Ben's
48 Just Read at Hebron
49 Lambda Chi Alpha
50 Leadership Leader for CC Retreat
51 Letters for Literacy
52 Lincoln Elementary School mentoring
53 Lutheran Church of Redeemer
54 Main Street Trick or Treat
55 Making blankets for children at SMMC
56 March of Dimes
57 Mason Community Center
58 Methodist Temple - Rake and Run
59 Monster Mash
60 MS walk with Kappa Chi
61 Musical Madness
62 Newburgh 10u Soccer Club
63 Newburgh Little League Team
65 North American Food Drive
66 Pastoral Care Packets
67 Patchwork Central
68 ProRehab Score with Aces Healthy Bodies-Newburgh
69 ProRehab Score with Aces Healthy Bodies-Oak Hill
70 ProRehab Score with Aces Healthy Bodies-Scott
71 Purple Pals
72 Race for the Cure
73 Rehab for Life
74 Relay for Life
75 Resurgence Church
76 River Pointe Assisted Living
77 Rock for Riley
78 Salvation Army Bell Ringing
79 Shriner's Fest
80 Sig-Ep-A-GoGo
81 Special Olympics Booth, Fall Festival
82 Special Olympics Bowling
83 St. John's Lutheran Church
84 St. Louis CYC
85 Stockwell Elementary School
86 Strive program at Boys & Girls Club
87 Strive program at Dexter Elementary School
88 Strive program at Fairlawn Elementary School
90 Teeter Totterathon
91 Thift Store
92 Toys for Tots
93 Trick or Eat wot AOPie
94 Trinity Lutheran Church
95 UE Gives Back
96 UE VETS 5K helped guide paths and helped clean
97 United Way Day of Caring
98 Upward Soccer
99 Veterans Invitation Soccer Tournament
100 Victoria Golf Course
101 Vogel Elementary School
102 Warrick County Human Society
103 Wilmore Davis Elementary School
104 Woofprints
105 YMCA


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