Newspaper article Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)

Faces in Places

Newspaper article Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)

Faces in Places

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Contact Kelley Coures, Nancy Drake and Jack Schriber through FacesinPlaces2014@gmail.com. Also see Faces in Places on Facebook.

USI: Toast of the Arts

USI Society for the Arts and Humanities annually hosts A Toast to the Arts. Proceeds underwrite a variety of projects in which arts students participate. Hosted this year by Scott Wylie, Rachel Goodman and Jeffery Berger, this year's gala was called An Artrageous Evening. From left are Matt Rowe, Andrew Smith, Ashley Murray, Ben Franz and Tim Black.

AKA anniversary

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority celebrated 60 years of Sisterhood and Service to the community at the Holiday Inn on U.S. 41. In addition to an address by Ronald Roschon from USI, the sorority honored community leaders. From left are Pamela Hopson, Sondra Matthews, Deena Laska Lewis, Lucy Williams, Rev. Larry Rascoe and Cora Hall.

Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House opened its doors to the public so people could see just what goes on at this wonderful community asset. Volunteer Steve Schroer greeted people, took them on tours, and afterward offered them light refreshments, all the while touting the virtues of the facility. From left are Tyler Rainey, Breanne Rainey, Katie Evans, Steve Schroer, and Jeremy Evans.

Culture districts

The Indiana Arts Commission has awarded the city of Evansville 60 hours of consultants to help establish five local areas as "cultural districts." As the beginning of that process, culture consultant Sara Peterson for a whirlwind tour with Metro Development Director Phil Hooper and leaders in the arts community. After the tour everyone poured into the Tin Man on West Franklin Street (one of the cultural districts). From left are: Anne McKim, Scott Wylie, Matt Wagner, Rachael Goldman and Sara Peterson.

Purim party

Costumes for Purim celebration are often based on characters in the biblical book of Esther. Without question, dressing as Queen Esther is one of the favorites and Patricia Weinzapfel unearthed a bright pink 1980s bridesmaid gown with huge puff sleeves, a shimmering pale capelet and matching pink shoes in hopes of winning the prize for best costume. …

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