Tim Smith and Jose Mendoza

Melinda Edwards showing Gabriela some things on the computer at the Learning Center in Albion

Aris Macias working on a computer.

Val Hague and Monica Lopéz

“EXPERIENCIAS DE LA VIDA” A GREAT OPPORTUNITY

Gabriela works for LEAP of Noble County in Albion. She helps at the learning center there on Monday nights with translation, interpretations, and tutoring school age children. On Tuesday and Wednesday she is an Assistant at the Ligonier United Methodist church helping with a Family Literacy program. Thursday she is at Templo Betel church in Ligonier helping with another Family Literacy program. Saturday morning she is at St. Patricks church in Ligonier helping in the childcare room.

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New Opportunities For A New Year

By: Don Lambert

For many of us, the New Year brings hope of making progress in an important, often neglected, part of our lives. This year millions of Americans have resolved to get in shape, become more active in their community, enrich their lives through education, or save so that they can finally buy their own home. Meeting these goals can sometimes be difficult, especially for persons on a limited income. For families with only one source of income, fulfilling this dream often requires a major sacrifice of precious time and money. Luckily, government programs are available to help area families achieve a number of these important goals.

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LILLY ENDOWMENT GIVES $1.99 MILLION TO SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY TO INSPIRE NEW GENERATION OF LEADERS

SANTA CLARA, Calif.- Santa Clara University has been awarded nearly $2 million by Lilly Endowment Inc. of Indiana to create and enhance the Jesuit university’s programs for students, faculty, and staff to integrate faith commitments, professional choices, and a call to leadership in society.

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