From: Kenneth J. Howell
Date: Tue, May 4, 2010 at 9:45 PM
Subject: Utilitarianism and Sexuality (for those in 447 FYI)
DANVILLE – Christina Dietzen is sad that Holy Family School's upcoming school year, which gets under way this month, will be its last.
CHAMPAIGN – Salt and Light Ministry had to close its doors early on Wednesday because it completely ran out of food.
Salt and Light Ministry Assistant Melany Jackson said the organization's food distribution program, which usually runs from 1 to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays, shut down at 3:20 p.m.
Jackson said 400 families came in to collect food.
DANVILLE – Plans for the new Schlarman Academy that will combine the three Catholic schools in Danville are beginning to take shape, officials said Friday.
The local pastor board on Thursday approved 16 members for the academy's board of trustees. Their names will be announced once they formally accept their seats.
URBANA – "Te gustaria que le ayudara?" has replaced "Would you like me to help you?" at one area food pantry.
Two dozen volunteers at the pantry offered by Wesley United Methodist Church have taken a basic Spanish class to learn how to communicate with Hispanic clients.
CHAMPAIGN – Salvation Army officials are encouraging volunteers to register for the Million Meals for Haiti event April 24-25.
Call it serendipity if you like, but Rick McNary prefers divine providence.
After a life-changing experience with a starving child in Nicaragua eight years ago, McNary, then a minister in Kansas, decided to devote his life to fighting world hunger.
What time do you typically get up? What do you do the first hour of the morning?
6:30 a.m. to 6:45 a.m. – like everybody else, get ready! After that I have devotions, and go online and watch BBC News.
What did you have for lunch today? Where? Who with?
Subway. At my desk, alone – a working lunch.
Best high school memory?
I broke the same guy's arms twice by accident – his left arm in fall football and his right arm in winter basketball.