Britney S. Kendrick
Gloomy skies and the possibility of rain, did not stop participants, organizers and attendees from attending the free musical concert.
One downtown Muncie shop’s rich history puts the fun in “Funcie” during Muncie’s First Thursdays.
A week of rain and gloomy weather moved aside allowing the sun to shine on the statue dedication ceremony of a Muncie individual as attendees reflected on his long life of civil service on his 92nd birthday.
Friends and family gathered together at his viewing to remember the legacy Ed Shipley leaves behind at Ball State.
A bright and sunny Saturday morning drew people to turn up in an effort to raise money for pregnancy care by participating in a walk across Ball State’s campus.
Well being and education were the focus of the different activities this weekend that families in the community participated in, assisted by university volunteers who walked around wearing Ball State shirts and bright red clipboards printed with the words “I can help!”
Family, colleagues, and friends lined up outside Cardinal Hall B to greet, hug and congratulate the retiring senior adviser to Ball State’s president. She initially wasn’t keen on holding a reception for her retirement.