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She holds a degree in marketing from Carroll College and was previously assistant manager at Diamonds by Design in Great Falls.
FACULTY NEWS Associate Professor of English Loren Graham has announced that his poem "Storyin" has been accepted for publication in the Spring/Summer 2009 issue of "Poet Lore." Established in 1889, "Poet Lore" is the oldest continuously published poetry magazine in the United States. Jerry Lowney of the Sociology Department delivered the invocation at the January 5, 2009, inauguration ceremony for Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer, Lt.
The scholarship acknowledges students who have demonstrated service or leadership in their schools, churches and/or communities and who have financial need. A recent story about this new scholarship appeared in the Helena Independent Record. The Hunthausen Award Committee seeks nominations for students who exhibit a commitment to community through service and volunteerism.
Since 1986, Carroll College has presented the Raymond G.
Hunthausen Award for Community Service, named for Archbishop Hunthausen because of his own commitment to peace and justice in his personal life and in his work with the Catholic Church.
All Carroll students with a minimum of 2.0 grade point average are eligible.
Dan Shea,a veteran Italy tour guide, who will lead and enlighten from the Vatican to Assisi, Florence to Venice, Milan to Turin, and beyond to Oberammergau, Germany. Joseph's Orphanage, Helena, Libby, Dillon, Three Forks and Belgrade as well as in the Chancery Office in Helena. Assistant Police Chief Mark Lerum, class of 1976, is retiring following 32 years at the department.
He also taught accounting, economics and religion at Carroll College. Although the jobs are very different, the two men have some similarities in their life paths-check out the story on both at:
His late father Joe Maierle, Carroll class of 1931, cofounded the firm and served as its president and chair of the board.
will accept lights that are burned out or too tangled to unravel, and rest assured each bulb will be recycled responsibly to collect the reusable materials while diverting them from our landfills. Morrison-Maierle's board chair is Jim Maierle, former member of Carroll's President's Council.
He's been OPI office manager under Mc Culloch and worked for the state Department of Environmental Quality.