Southern Indiana Living

JUL-AUG 2017

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July/August 2017 • 29 www.wesbanco.com WesBanco, Inc. is a Member FDIC These pages are sponsored by WesBanco Ogle Center Shines To celebrate the finale of its 20th season, the Ogle Center at IU Southeast hosted a gala dinner between two sold-out concerts of "Let's Hang On!" by acclaimed musicians in the style of the renown Frankie Valli. Among the guests were (standing) Paul and Dawn Urbahns, IUS Chancellor Ray Wallace and his wife, Susan, and Martha and John Hartstern. John served as Devel- opment Director at the time the center was built. Seated are Rosanne Miller and Mike and Ginny Gregg. Random Acts of Kindness Members of the New Albany Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa philan- thropic organization recently hosted Debbie Phillips and Abby Parrish, second and third from left, of the Norton Cancer Institute, who spoke about the services and benefits of its affiliated Pat Harrison Resource Center in Jeffersonville. Tri Kappa members Sandy Boofter, left, Jo Loh- meyer, and Anita Schulz posed with some of the many items members donated to support those receiving services from the center at 1206 Spring St., across from Clark Memorial Hospital, a Norton and Life- Point Partnership. Toe-Tapping Rhythms America's #1 Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons Tribute Show singers, in the red blazers, greeted guests after the concert. In front are Phyllis Robinson, Bill Stites, and Neva Rutherford. Standing are Kirk Randolph, director of the Ogle Center, and Doug Elmore, Floyd Central orchestra director who played in the instrumental quartet that accompanied the vocalists. The Art of Creativity "Art Near the Soul" was the theme of an art camp for kids at Hope Southern Indiana during school break. The in-depth experience for 25 students was led by noted artist and designer Paige Kiss- inger, center front. The week culminated in an art sale, and the students used profits to buy art supplies.

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