Monthly Archives: September 2006

Shawn Crane ’81 Appointed Judge in Florida

From a press release— Shawn Crane was one of two appointments made by the Florida governor to fill two vacancies on the Pinellas-Pasco Circuit. He will replace former Pasco Circuit Judge John Renke III. "Where they send me is obviously … Continue reading

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Intense!

Had the chance to roam the football sidelines last weekend – practiced taking pictures of the game. (Took 350-ish, kept 12 or so!!!) In the process, caught this picture of Coach Chris Creighton. I love that look – pure concentration. … Continue reading

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Football Concessions – Behind the Scenes

Buried under the home side seats in Hollett Little Giant Stadium is the concession operation. Cokes, coffee, hot dogs, popcorn – you can find it all right here. One thing to keep in mind – all the $$$ collected goes … Continue reading

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Coach Mary Skelton

Mary Skelton- Football Coach – Perfect Record – 1-0!!! That’s right – Coach Mary Skelton. Mary was the coach of the week for the game against Ohio Wesleyan University today and she came away with a victory, 42-28. For those … Continue reading

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Homecoming – Great Time to Visit

So, you’re already planning on coming back to campus for Homecoming 2006. After all, from Chapel Sing through the Homecoming Concert it’s fun for all alumni. Are you bringing your family back? †If so, do you have a son who … Continue reading

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V-12 Program Returning to Wabash…For A Weekend

Several Wabash alumni who were here in the V-12 program during World War II are making their way back to campus this weekend. Their mini-reunion is called "Just Because" and that’s just because they can! Picture above with Trustee John … Continue reading

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Two Wabash “Classics”

Took this picture at the IAWM-sponsored new faculty reception last Friday night.  That’s Peter Pactor ’65, on the left, talking to Wabash Classics professor Joe Day. Both Peter and Joe enjoy teaching- Peter teaches at a private high school in … Continue reading

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