edition of the leadership development program. The graduates were honored at a luncheon at the Kokomo Event & Conference Center also attended by their sponsors, LK alumni and other community leaders. Members of Leadership Kokomo’s Class of 2015 and their sponsors include:. Gremelspacher, Community First Bank. Katie Guyer, Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance. Howell, First Farmers Bank and Trust. Christopher Hummel, St. Vincent Kokomo. Dantá Rogers, Carver Community Center. Romero, Security Federal Bank. Tate III, City of Kokomo. Christopher Wisler, First Farmers Bank and Trust. Leadership Kokomo is a cooperative effort of Ivy Tech Community College and the City of Kokomo. In a year-long program, it aims to bring together a diverse group of existing and emerging community leaders to empower them to become resourceful stewards of the community. Each class is divided into teams to develop and complete group projects benefiting local organizations. At Tuesday’s luncheon, team leaders described the 2015 class projects that served three Kokomo non-profit organizations: Open Arms, Gilead House, and Carver Community Center. The “Super Six” team worked to create a meditation garden out of an old playground area at Open Arms, an organization run by the Kokomo Rescue Mission for homeless women and their children. The goal was to create a space that can improve the quality of life and mental and emotional health of the women served by the home. For the “A-Team” team, the goal was to beautify the front of The Gilead House’s new location at Sycamore Street and Apperson Way. The beautification, which included repair of the front steps and concrete wall, is seen as a benefit to both the staff and clients of the facility as well as an aesthetic improvement to one of the major entrances to downtown Kokomo. The “Fab 5” team transformed Carver Community Center’s outdated “library” into a fresh home for the center’s technology lab. The facelift, which included paint and new floor coverings, coincided with installation of new computer technology through a grant from Center Township that has enhanced use of the facility by people of all ages. He emphasized the importance of volunteer involvement in solving the many social problems facing communities, saying while the graduates may have. Source: IVY TECH KOKOMO REGION NEWS
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A collection of stories that Carolyn Osborn has developed over two decades, Where We Are Now is about a single family, the Moores. Marianne is the main narrator of these stories about her mother's family. In the first tale, "The Greats," her relatives are so distant Marianne can only give brief glimpses of the eccentric Moores. "The Grands," an O. Henry Prize–winning story, first introduced readers to many of the characters who inhabit Where We Are Now. By knowing the Moores, we begin to know Marianne, who tries to understand them. Curious as she is, she must continually accept the mystery of reality. Aware of the need for family mythology, she orders her world as best she can with what she is given by reacting, reflecting, inventing, and enlarging on the fragments. Other narrators reveal omissions Marianne can never know. Marianne's life and the lives of the Moores have a definitively southern flavor; they mirror fading 19th-century morality, an acceptance of eccentricity, the habit of storytelling, a strong consciousness of place, and the influence as well as the particularity of family. These stories are an attempt to show the failures and triumphs of love, the necessity of forgiveness, and the usefulness of different sorts of families.
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