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Public is welcome to hear voice recital

Rosie Hua invites the public to the third-annual spring recital for Listen: The Voice Studio (the official new name of her voice studio). It will be at St. James Episcopal Church in New Castle, at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 19. There is no admission fee, and a reception will follow.

Twelve students are performing this year: Dru Criswell, Mariah Bradley, Kassi Engelbrecht, Alyssa Arnold, Anna Glover, Bethany Ring, JayLynn Chesnut, Brianna Armpriester, Danyel Wilson, Gus Upchurch, Angelique Engelbrecht, and KayLynn Marshall.

Pianist is Sam Hua. There will be guest performers, Gabe Hua and Valerie Weingart. The recital will feature classical music, Broadway showtunes, and Disney favorites.

– Provided by Rosie Hua

Charlee Gibson is new member of Angus Association

Charlee Gibson of Mooreland is a new junior member of the American Angus Association. The organization has headquarters in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

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Sharp initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Matthew Sharp of New Castle was initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. He was initiated  at Ball State University.

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Waltz in University of Findlay symposium

Emily Waltz, of New Castle recently participated in the University of Findlay’s 2019 Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity.

Waltz was named as a Kappa Delta Pi New Initiate.

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Local women are delegates at Tri Kappa state convention

The 63rd State Convention of Tri Kappa took place recently in Indianapolis. Representing the Knightstown Chapter  was delegate Barbara Haase and alternate Susie Leonard.

The Knightstown Alpha Zeta Chapter was established in 1908 and now has 52 members. Its projects are nut sales, cheeseball sales, Jubilee Day clowns, elementary/middle school culture/educational programs, cheer guild and flower sales. Donations in the local community are made to Knightstown High School seniors, scholarships, Cheer Guild and Knightstown Elementary School snacks. 

Several business and educational workshops took place during the three-day meeting. There were informative and historical exhibits demonstrating the work of Tri Kappa in Indiana.

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