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August 9, 2017

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A-6 Local Wednesday, August 9, 2017 The Press-Dispatch Dr. Jason Campbell now at Jasper Primary Care Physicians Jason Campbell, M.D. has joined Drs. Dean Beck- man, David Bell, and Jo- seph Munning at Jasper Primary Care Physicians. Dr. Campbell joined the medical staff of Memori- al Hospital in 2011 while working at a family prac- tice in Washington. Most recently he was a member of Memorial Hospital's Gre- enway software team while practicing part-time at vari- ous clinics. Dr. Campbell received his medical degree from Texas A&M Health Sci- ences College of Medicine in College Station, Tex- as, and completed a fam- ily medicine residency at Via Christi Regional Medi- cal Center in Wichita, Kan- sas. He has been practicing medicine since 2008. Dr. Dellinger joins Memorial Hospital medical staff Emergency physician Logan Dellinger, D.O. was recently appoint- ed to the Active Medical Staff at Memorial Hospi- tal and Health Care Cen- ter. Dr. Dellinger received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree at Lake Erie College of Osteo- pathic Medicine in Bra- denton, Florida and com- pleted an emergency med- icine residency at Augus- ta University in Augusta, Georgia. He is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Dellinger is married to Elizabeth, and enjoys baseball, golf, camping, and playing guitar. Dr. Paul Alley joins Memorial Hospital Medical Staff Orthopaedic surgeon Paul Alley, M.D. was re- cently appointed to the medical staff at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. Dr. Alley has joined the office of Dr. Daniel Eby located in the St. Thomas Medical Center, 600 West 13th Street in Jasper. Dr. Alley received a po- diatric medical degree from Scholl College of Po- diatric Medicine at Rosa- lind Franklin University in Chicago, and his doctor of medicine degree at AUC. He completed a residency in podiatric medicine and surgery at East Tennessee State University and Moun- tain Home VA Medical Cen- ter in Johnson City, Tennes- see, a family medicine res- idency at Deaconess Hos- pital in Evansville, and an orthopaedic surgery resi- dency at the Ft. Wayne Med- ical Education Program in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Dr. Alley also completed a fellowship at The Amer- ican Sports Medicine In- stitute in Birmingham, AL with John Gould, MD and is a fellow of The Ameri- can College of Surgeons and is board certified by the American Board of Or- thopaedic Surgery. On Saturday, August 26, at 2 p.m. the Dubois Coun- ty Museum will host a book launch and the first read- ing by Norbert Krapf and his wife Katherine from his new book from ACTA Publi- cations, "Walt Whitman, Il- luminated by The Message." Part of the ACTA series Lit- erary Portals to Prayer, the book includes 50 passages Krapf selected from Whit- man poems paired with 50 passages from the popular recent Catholic edition of the Bible translated by Eu- gene Peterson. Krapf will read selected Whitman passages from the book and his wife will read the Bible passages paired with them. The purpose of the pairings is to show that great literature, especial- ly when read together with biblical excerpts, can stim- ulate reflection and prayer. The museum, located at 2704 N. Newton Street, in Jasper is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday 1-4 p.m. and closed on Monday. They are a local nonprofit organization committed to the collection, preservation and interpretation of histori- cal artifacts and information important to the citizens of the county. Visit the muse- um web site at www.dubois- Like them on Facebook at Du- bois County Museum. Patoka Valley Quilt Guild met August 1 The July meeting of the Patoka Valley Quilt Guild was called to order by Presi- dent Ann Primus on August 1 at 7 p.m. at the Ferdinand Community Center. President Ann welcomed everyone to the meeting. She expressed her appre- ciation to everyone who helped hang the quilts at the Krempp Gallery—Jasper Art Center. It was a heart- warming experience to view the many quilts that were brought by the members. The quilts will be on display through August 30. Every- one is asked to pick up their quilts on Friday, August 31 at 8:45 a.m. If you cannot pick up your quilt, let Ann Primus know and she will take them to her home. Besides the quilts, Sher- ri Higerman brought some different sewing machines to display. It was suggest- ed that we display a fidget blanket with a description of what they are and that they are being made for Memori- al Hospital. Geri Lueken will see that it gets to the gallery and put on display. The re- ception for the quilt show will be Thursday, August 10 from 5 -7 p.m. at the Krempp Gallery. Everyone is encour- aged to go. They will be serv- ing light refreshments. Raintree Guild sent some flyers and display cards to hand out about their fall quilt show coming up. Geri Lueken announced that St. Mary's Church in Ireland is looking for three volun- teers to help judge quilts on Thursday, August 24 at 10 a.m. The treasures report was given and approved. Education Chair Becky Fuller reported that she is working on getting some classes scheduled and hopes members will participate. She will try to be conser- vative with the price of the classes. Sherri Hilderman an- nounced that open sew- ing will be a two-day event on Friday, August 25 and Saturday, August 26. You can leave your sewing ma- chines and projects in the room overnight because ev- erything is locked up. Hospitality Chair Kathy Weyer announced that there were 39 members present and one guest. Newsletter Chair Jonnie Heeke asked if everyone got their newsletter. She had a submittal that came after the letters were mailed and asked how we need to han- dle this if it happened again. It was suggested that the calling committee call each of the members who get the newsletter in the mail. Membership Chair Pa- mela Catt announced the August birthdays. She then passed around the mem- bership list for everyone to check if their information was correct. Special Projects Chair Jane Heichelbech said she took in 26 quilts and five tops last month. If you take a top or bring back a finished quilt, she reminded every- one to sign out the form. She talked to Joan Knies about making the weighted blan- kets that are one foot by two feet for them. A fter a discus- sion, it was decided to wait until next year to bring this project back up to the mem- bership. Joyce Beck asked if every- one could return their fin- ished fidget blankets by the Christmas party in Decem- ber. There are probably 100 blankets out yet. Retreat Chair Nancy Merkel reported that the St. Meinrad retreat is October 13-15. The registration form is in the newsletter. The ab- solute last day for sign-up for overnight and day campers is September 20. Pamela Catt reminded the members that this year's dues need to be paid to Mary Jane Fischer. Dues are $15. Show and Tell was fol- lowed by a program on mak- ing thread catchers led by Deb Ervin. Meeting was ad- journed. Respectfully submitted by Joyce Beck, Secretary. Pike County Farm Bureau, Inc. food link project winners Pike County Farm Bureau Inc. has announced the win- ners of the 2017 Food Link Project. To win, contestants had to identify the ingredi- ents in the Bacon Cheese- burger sold at the 2017 Pike County 4-H Fair. Winners participated in three cate- gories: at-large, Pike Coun- ty Farm Bureau Inc. mem- ber, and purchaser of a ba- con cheeseburger at the fair. The at-large winner was Kathy Hapkins, of Washing- ton, Pike County Farm Bu- reau Inc. member was Jalen Stephens, of Winslow, and the cheeseburger purchas- er winner was Kara Willis, of Winslow. The winners won a $50 gift card to JayC in Pe- tersburg. Throughout the fair, con- sumers saved their Pike County Farm Bureau Inc. concession stand receipts. A fter they accumulated a to- tal of $50 in food purchased, their names were entered in- to a drawing for a retro Coca Cola cooler. The happy win- ner was Chris Willis, of Pe- tersburg. Chris Willis, winner of the retro Coca Cola cooler. Pictured (l to r): Jaylyn, new member signing up, Denise Ballard, Amanda Potts, CEOC and Cassie Harker, Assistant CEOC of Food Link event. Dr. Jason Campbell Dr. Paul Alley Dr. Logan Dellinger Katherine and Norbert Krapf 'Walt Whitman, Illuminated by The Message' book reading

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