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Bachman opens with first school app
Special to the Banner In McDonald, enthusiasm was at an all-time high when the Bachman Academy staff welcomed the Aug. 17 return to campus of its intelligent middle and high school students who hap...
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Eight join Lee University faculty
Lee University welcomed 14 new faculty members this fall, including eight from among the Schools of Music, Nursing, and Religion, along with the Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) and the Squ...
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BCHS freshmen
The Bradley Central High School Fine Arts Center was full of 499 enthusiastic freshmen during the Commitment to Graduate Ceremony held on Aug. 21. Principal Todd Shoemaker and Director of Schools J...
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Lee University Children’s Chorale auditions set Sept. 8
Auditions for the fall semester of Lee University’s Children’s Chorale will be held Sept. 8, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the Curtsinger School of Music’s instrumental rehearsal room. The Lee University...
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Six join College of Arts & Sciences faculty
Lee University welcomed 14 new faculty members to its campus this fall, six of which have been added to its College of Arts & Sciences. Dr. David Broersma joins Lee’s Department of Language and Lit...
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New class of young leaders begins eight-month program
Special to the Banner The Youth Leadership class of 2014-15 began a new year of developing their leadership skills by attending a daylong leadership retreat recently. The students are taking part i...
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Kiwanians hear about signs of hope nurtured through Signal Centers
Three small children playing with a ball might be an everyday occurrence on playgrounds across America, but it is a sign of hope at Signal Centers in Cleveland. VISTA Leanna Martin explained why th...
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David Tahere to perform at Lee recital Tuesday
David Tahere, baritone, will perform a recital on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Squires Recital Hall, located in the Humanities Center on Lee’s campus. The evening’s performance will center on music ...
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Prospect Elementary holds Annual New Student Luncheon
Prospect Elementary held its Annual New Student Luncheon to welcome new students in grades one through five on Aug. 22. Kindergarten students at Prospect created their mission statement for the Lea...
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Lee to present fall U-Church series
Lee University’s U-Church series will offer another eclectic line-up for this fall, providing students with the opportunity to worship together in an atypical chapel format. The line-up includes De...
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Honor Lists
Academic Honor students at Cleveland State announced Cleveland State Community College is pleased to recognize the talented academic students for the 2014 summer semester. Each semester, those stud...
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Hopewell Elementary holds Family Fitness Night
Hopewell Elementary Coordinated School Health provided the first Family Fitness Night for the new school year. Students, parents and staff worked on flexibility, strength, and relaxation during the...
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