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Monday 4/01: Class Resumes April Fool’s Day
M 4/01: Choir W 4/03: Dining Room Discussion
Tuesday 4/02: Summit Adventure Visit from 9am-2pm in the 2nd floor atrium
F 4/05: Praise and Worship
Wednesday 4/03: Today in 1860 was the first Pony Express service
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“Then Jesus came Thursday 4/04: Blood Drive from 12-4pm to them and said, in the gym ‘All authority in Friday 4/05: Game Night in the Dining heaven and on Hall at 7pm earth has been Saturday 4/06: Today was the first modern given to me. ThereOlympics in 1896 fore go and make disciples of all Sunday 4/07: U.N. World Health Day nations, baptizing them in the name of Breaking News! the Father and of The Introduction to Drama class is the Son and of the putting on a play. They will be Holy Spirit, and performing "A Knight to Remem- teaching them to ber: the Romantic Legend of Don obey everything I Quixote." It is a light-hearted take have commanded on the tale of Don Quixote; it will you. And surely I be performed on April 22 at 4pm, am with you always, and will be held in room 211. to the very end of There will be no admission fee. The play will last around an hour the age.’” and there will be a time of - Matthew 28:18-20
refreshments following the play. All are welcomed!
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At the April 4th blood drive, Michigan Blood will be bringing along the Be The Match Registry® sign-up. Thousands of patients with blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, sickle cell and other life-threatening diseases depend on the Be The Match Registry® to find a match to save their life. If a doctor selects you as a match for a patient, you may be asked to donate bone marrow or cells from circulating blood (called PBSC donation). Patients are most likely to match someone of their own race or ethnicity. Today, there simply aren't enough registry members of diverse racial and ethnic heritage. Adding more diverse members increases the likelihood that all patients will find a life-saving match. Find out more at the drive!
Hi I'm Alexa and I like to think. My favorite show is Jeopardy and my favorite hobby is self-reflection. I analyze. Everything (including the show "Once Upon A Time," more on that later). Multiple times. 24/7. I think in my sleep, I can't help it. I used to pride myself in my critical thinking and efficiency. I was not easily swayed by my emotions. I knew my duty and I conducted it to beyond the best of my abilities. Oh yeah, I'm a perfectionist. Calm, cool, and collected, I was ready to conquer the world. There is one problem, however. I love people.
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Roosevelt Park Ministries is looking for childcare for their ESL class. The classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-2:30 p.m. now until the end of the semester. Consistency is best for the childcare kids so if someone can do it regularly that would be preferred. They would love to have two people each night. Volunteers can choose to do just Tuesday or just Thursday. The children are primarily Latino and are generally well-behaved. They range in age from 1-5 and most speak English well. There are about 3-5 kids. Planned activities are welcome, but not mandatory. There is also a DVD player if the volunteer would like to show a child-friendly movie. If anyone is interested in volunteering please call Vicki Vermeer at 475-5881 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
During my childhood, emotions were portrayed in the media as flimsy things that could never be trusted. I still think romantic comedies are entertaining. They are so exaggeratingly ridiculous and appeal to my humorous nature. Sure, Mr. Darcy loves Lizzie. But, they are the product of someone's imagination. Don't get me wrong, I've seen love before. My parents have been married over 20 years. I love my brother and sister. I am a loyal friend. But, I cannot control emotion. I cannot control love. And this frightens me. Click here to read the rest!
Camp Staff at Camp Living Waters * Director of Youth Ministry at Forest Hills Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids * Youth Ministry Leader for St. Paul’s UMC *
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April 2013 Sun
Summit Adventure Visit - 9 am-2 pm, 2nd floor atrium
Blood Drive - 12-4 pm, Gym
Game Night - 7 pm, Dining Hall
Christian Reformed World Missions Visit - 10 am-3 pm, 2nd floor atrium
Student Scholar Day
Last day of classes
Reading Day - No Classes
April Foolâ€™s Day 7
Spring Student Recitals - 4 & 7 pm, Chapel 21
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Honors Convocation - 9:30-11:30 am, Chapel 20
Kuyper College Residence CommenceHalls Close ment - 7:30-9:30 pm 30
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