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Up & Coming Events All Saints
Memorial Church C.O.G.I.C.
January 15-16, 29-30 her recovery journey. Items for 570 Sibley, Hammond, IN 6001 Howard Ave., Hammond, IN
The Auxiliary of Franciscan St. the silent auction or basket auction Reverend Stephen D. Kosinski Pastor Dr. Yvonne M. Frank
Margaret Health will be hosting are immensely appreciated. For (219) 932-0204 (219) 933-7474
a sale by: Apparel That Works! more information, please contact Sunday 9:00 a.m. Mass Sunday 11:15 a.m.
11:00 a.m. Spanish Mass Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Merchandise that will be offered Patti Crosek at (219) 924-3567 or
Saturday 4:00 p.m. Mass Thursday 7:00 p.m.
includes: Many styles of scrubs Tina Hines at (219) 365-9611.
Weekday 9:00 a.m. Mass Mt. Zion Baptist Church
and work shoes. Proceeds from 1047 Kenwood St., Hammond, IN
An Open Door Church
the event are donated to the January 26-27 Reverend William J. Collins
7105 Hohman Ave., Hammond, IN
Franciscan St. Margaret Health Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Drs. Meredith & Marilyn Shackelford (219) 931-4337
Hospitals. The sale will be: Jr. and Hammond Parks & (219) 931-5747 Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Hammond Campus: Recreation proudly announce the Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Date: January 15 & 16, 2013; return of the Hammond Outdoor Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 12:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m.
New Beginnings Healing &
Time: 7:00am to 4:00pm; Sports Show for its 29th year! Apostolic Church of the Lord Jesus Deliverance Outreach Ministries
Location: Main Lobby & Dyer The 2013 show will be held Christ 7051 Indianapolis Blvd., Hammond, IN
Campus: Date: January 29 & on Saturday, January 26 from 624 Highland St., Hammond, IN Pastor Donna T. Ellis (312) 719-0277
30, 2013; Time: 7:00am to 4:00 9a-5p and Sunday, January 27 Pastor District Elder John Andrews Sunday School 1:00 pm
pm; Location: Francis Ward from 9a-4p at the Jean Shepherd Church Service 1:45 pm
Sunday 11:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. Coming soon: Bible Study Thursdays
Auditorium. Thank you for your Community Center, 3031 J.F. Wednesday 6:00 p.m.
assistance in providing support Mahoney Drive. Admission is Friday 7:00 p.m. New Hope Missionary
for our upcoming event. $5; children under 12 are free. Baptist Church
Faith Church 1117 Merrill St., Hammond, IN
There will be free goodie bags for 6416 Hohman Ave, Hammond, IN Reverend Herman A. Polk, Sr.
January 18 the first 300 attendees each day, Pastor Ron Citlau (219) 932-5955
Join us for First Mate’s Crew Fish plus tons of door prizes and other (219) 937-6235 Sunday 7:45 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
at Paul Price AMVETS Post #43 giveaways. Back by popular Sunday 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
14032 Torrence Ave. Burnham, demand is the Trout Pond. Also www.faithchurchonline.org New Salem Missionary
Ill. 60633 on Friday, January 18th back for 2013 are chain saw Baptist Church
First Baptist Church
from 12:00pm-8:00pm. Choices wood carving demonstrations by 473 Sibley St., Hammond, IN
833 Conkey St., Hammond, IN
include Walleye, Lake perch, Sydney Spoor and free deer antler Pastor Wayne Hudson
shrimp, bluegill, chicken, and 1st scoring by Buckmasters. Bring Sunday 10:45 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m.
mate combo (perch, shrimp, and in your prize antlers for scoring Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
scallops). All dinners include and receive free admission for Department Hispano
www.fbchammond.com New Zion Temple Church
cole slaw, cottage cheese, potato one! Tons of show vendors, free 926 Morris Street, Hammond, IN
salad, fries, bread, and coffee. parking, free shuttle buses and Greater Works Outreach Prayer and Elder Brandon A. Jacobs
Dinner prices starting at $8.50 and free seminars given by nationally Deliverance Ministry (219) 931-ZION (9466)
up. Carry-outs available. Public known outdoorsmen! The show 5125 Hohman Ave., Hammond, IN Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
welcome. Same chefs, Chris N. is sponsored by The Times, Apostle Jose Ruiz (219) 852-0677 Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday 11:30 a.m Tuesday Prayer 6:30 p.m.
and Tom P., same quality. For Cabela’s, and Mik Lurch Bait
Wednesday 6:00 p.m. Tuesday TNT Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
more information, contact (708) & Tackle Outlet. Tickets are on Friday 7:00 p.m. www.newziontemple.org
862-9540. sale now at the Jean Shepherd www.greaterwksmin.com
St. John A.M.E. Zion Church
Community Center. For more
Hyde Park United Methodist Church 1227 Field St, Hammond, IN
January 20 information, call (219) 554-0155 Rev. Calva Crutcher Sanders, Pastor
6348 Harrison Ave., Hammond, IN
On January 20, there will be a or visit www.gohammond.com. Pastor Pete Ward (219) 931-0697
Benefit for Becky at St. Mary’s (219) 932-0613 Sunday Services 10:45 A.M.
Hall in Griffith, from 1:00 pm February 9 Sunday School 11:00 a.m Bible Study Wednesday 7:00 P.M.
- 7:00 pm. Tickets are $10 per Save the date! The Lake Chamber Sunday 12:30 p.m. Saint Joseph Roman
person, and include a full spaghetti of Commerce is holding its Thursday Thrift shop 9:00 a.m. - Noon Catholic Church
Last Saturday of the month
dinner, 50/50, basket auctions, Annual Dinner. The 2013 Dinner Free Pancake breakfast 9-11 am 5310 Hohman Ave, Hammond, IN
and more! Becky Darnell, a will be held on February 9, at the Rev. Richard Orlinski, Pastor
Iglesia Centro De Adoración (219) 932-0702
1977 Griffith HS graduate, Horseshoe Casino- the Venue,
Nueva Vida De Hammond Sunday: 9:00 a.m. Mass
and longtime Griffith resident located at 777 Casino Center “Nueva Vida En Cristo” Mon, Wed, & Fri: 9:00 a.m. Mass
suffered an accident leaving her Drive in Hammond. For more 5249 Ann St., Hammond, IN Saturday: 3:30 p.m. Reconciliation
with severe spinal cord injuries information, please contact the Pastor Santiago & Graciela Gamez 4:30 p.m. Mass
resulting in paralysis. If you or Lakeshore Chamber office at (219) 677-0328
Saint Paul Episcopal
your business is willing to help, (219) 931-1000. Servicios
1101 Park Dr. Munster, IN
Domingos 9:45 a.m.-12:00 pm
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of Transportation (INDOT) S.R. 152 (Indianapolis Blvd.). programs, mind/body/spirit 17, 2-3pm (Please note time
announced the closure of the For updates on the Nine classes and support groups for change). Designed for those who
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Gary man hits $100,000 Take a Leap into the
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is the second lucky player to the Hoosier Lottery is 15 at 6:30 pm at Halls of St. organizations. We are asking
claim a $100,000 top-prize to maximize net income George, 905 Joliet Street, your support in the following
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Scratch-off Winning in responsible manner. In Shore Dance Alliance, Corporate or individual
Spades. fiscal year 2012, the Northwest Indiana Symphony sponsorship of a table for 10,
Youth Orchestra, and Southlake $500, or Purchase of individual
Richard Abram Hoosier Lottery generated
Children’s Choir are joining tickets for the event, $50 each
of Gary made the trip to $211 million in surplus
together in a fundraising gala, Leap into the Arts is
Indianapolis immediately revenue which was used “Leap into the Arts,” now in a wonderful way to kickoff
after purchasing his winning to significantly reduce the its sixth year. In addition to Valentine’s weekend and
ticket in East Chicago motor vehicle excise tax for dance, orchestra, and vocal support the youth of Northwest
Wednesday. He purchased all Hoosier drivers and also performances by these groups, Indiana. Please help us today
his ticket at Broadway Food supported the pension funds this exceptional evening in this important project.
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said Abram. “My thing is, 1989, the Hoosier Lottery
I won $1,000 here - twice - has produced more than LAKE COUNTY
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HAST Accepting Hammond Outdoor
Applications for Lottery Sports Show
Hammond Academy is www.hammondacademy. Mayor Thomas M. is a 31’ rock climbing wall for
McDermott, Jr. and Hammond Parks only $3 per person, available from
of Science and Technology org. All applicants must & Recreation proudly announce the 9am to 3pm both Saturday and
is currently accepting be residents of the state of return of the Hammond Outdoor Sunday, brought to you by A Time
applications for the student Indiana. The student lottery Sports Show for its 29th year! to Play!! The show is sponsored
lottery for the 2013-14 6th will take place on Thursday, The 2013 show will be held on by The Times, Cabela’s, and Mik
grade class. Applications are February 15, at 5 p.m. at Saturday, January 26 from 9a-5p Lurch Bait & Tackle Outlet. Also
available at the school or on Hammond Academy. and Sunday, January 27 from 9a-4p we would like to mention our co-
at Jean Shepherd Community sponsors as well. Almira’s Bakery/
our website. The school is Center, 3031 J.F. Mahoney Drive. Van Til’s Supermarkets, Biesen
located at 33 Muenich Court, Admission is $5; children under 12 Excavation, Berey Bos. Coex Inc.,
Hammond, IN 46320, two Source: are free. There will be free goodie Dunhill Tuxedo’s, Krazy Kaplans
blocks north of St. Margaret The Hammond bags for the first 300 attendees fireworks-Hammond, Meiers
Hospital in downtown Academy of Science each day, plus tons of door prizes Landscaping & Lawn Service, Inc.,
Hammond. The school website and Technology and other giveaways. Back by North Township Trustee, Frank
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Church Makes Indiana Latin Week
Snowflakes for Prayer at CP High School
The week of January will wear a toga to school. CP
20 - January 26, 2013 has Latin Club members will also
been declared as Indiana Latin have two special activities this
Week. This week is designed to week. On Monday, the group
celebrate and promote the study will be ice skating at a club
of Latin in Indiana. It is also a member’s house. On Thursday,
week where we get to celebrate they will meet in the high school
our students and have some fun from 2:30 until 6:00 for pizza,
with them. The Crown Point movies, and games like Taboo,
Latin Club is joining with other Catch Phrase, etc. Students
Latin clubs from around the state are meeting every morning to
Kari DeYoung, Ellie Roster, Rylee Kuiken and Caitlin Plitt made to celebrate Indiana Latin Week receive information on how to
snowflakes together in support of the Newtown community. through several spirit days. win prizes for getting involved
Monday is the Friendly Hand in the promotion of Latin.
The Kids’ Ministry at Anderson, Director of Kids’ of JCL day, during which Latin Club members have
club students will share fond designed several promotional
Bethel Church invited families Ministries at Bethel Church.
memories of their times with devices to help raise public
January 4 to make snowflakes “Then each family went into
each other. Tuesday is themed awareness and earn publicity
in support of Sandy Hook a prayer station and prayed ‘Seize the Day through Latin’. points for the state and
Elementary School, and to together for Sandy Hook. We Students will share and display national competitions. The
pray for the families affected even had children enter the famous Latin quotes on their CP Latin Club competes at a
by the December 14 tragedy. prayer stations alone and pray lockers throughout the school. high level both in state and
The event was planned sweet prayers lifting up those Wednesday is Purple and Gold national conventions each year
in response to the message involved in this tragedy. day; Purple and Gold are the and would like to repeat this
posted by the Sandy Hook It was a great moment colors of the Junior Classical performance this year. Anyone
Parent Teacher Association for our families to be together League, the state and national in the area who would like to
stating that those willing with their kids. We wanted parent group for local Latin help support the Latin club
to help the school can send to show compassion and not clubs. Thursday is Latin Club by displaying a flier should
handmade snowflakes to forget this tragedy that has t-shirt day; Club members will contact the club sponsor, Ms.
decorate the new building touched so many in Newtown wear club shirts or other shirts Robertson, at the high school at
in which Sandy Hook is and in our nation.” supporting the club. Friday 663-4885, ext. 11265.
celebrates the fashion of the
assembling following the Bethel Church is a
day 2000 years ago with Stol-a
shooting. There had been such non-denominational, multi-
Toga Day, during which girls Source:
a large influx of snowflakes campus church located will wear a traditional Roman The Crown Point Latin
sent in from around the world, in Crown Point (10202 dress, called a stola, and boys Club
however, that the PTA stopped Broadway) and Cedar Lake
accepting snowflakes just (13620 Wicker Ave). Service
prior to Bethel’s Snowflakes times are at 9 a.m. and 10:45 Benefit for Becky
for Sandy Hook event. a.m. at both campuses on Becky Darnell, a 1977 Griffith HS
graduate, and longtime Griffith resident
The snowflakes made Sundays, and at 6 p.m. on suffered an accident leaving her with a
at the event are now hanging Saturdays at the Crown Point severe spinal cord injuries resulting in
in the hallway of the kids’ campus. More information is paralysis.
center at Bethel’s Crown available at bethelweb.org. Date: Sunday, January 20th, 2013
Point campus, as a display of Time: 1:00pm-7:00pm
support for Sandy Hook. Location: St. Mary’s Hall in Griffith
Cost: $10.00 per person
were invited to make Includes: a full spaghetti dinner, 50/50,
basket auctions, and more!
snowflakes and hang them Source:
For more information, please contact Patti Crosek at (219) 924-3567 or Tina Hines at (219) 365-9611
in our hallway,” said Melissa Bethel Church
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The Whiting Lions had their 29th annual Christmas party for the ill
and disabled children in the Whiting/Robertsdale area on December 2, 2012.
The party was held on Sunday, December 2, 2012 at the Knights of Columbus
Hall/ Council 1696 at 1120 119th Street, Whiting IN. From 3:30 PM to 6:00
PM. At the party, the children enjoyed a pizza dinner, live entertainment, face
• In all colors painting and a visit from Santa who came bearing gifts. Everyone who was
invited had a wonderful time at this holiday event. The children who attend,
& sizes! as well as their families, were very pleased with the club’s efforts and eagerly
waited in line for Santa to give them their gifts. Every child received a gift from
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The Ministerial Alliance of Hammond and Vicinity
And the City of Hammond
PRESENT A Celebration Commemorating
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
“Perfecting the DREAM”
Candle Light March
Monday, January 21 2013
at 6:45 AM
Hammond City Hall
5925 Calumet Avenue
Community Commemoration Immediately Following The March at the Hammond Civic Center, 5825 Sohl Ave.
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BBB Presents Let’s Rensselaer Man Knows
Sing for Youth Anyone Can Win
A lifelong Hoosier and Sandy started crying.”
Students age 5, 6, Hammond. Public, private, union construction worker With money-in-hand,
and 7 have the opportunity parochial, and home school from Rensselaer is the latest the lucky couple said they
to develop and use their students are welcome, lucky player to win big money were ready to formulate a
singing voices with an and there is no residency on a Hoosier Lottery Scratch- plan for their windfall.
emphasis on diction. restriction to participate. off. Steve Stone claimed a “We’re going to pay
Movement and play will be Parents are encouraged to $100,000 top prize on the Wild off some stuff,” said Steve
added. This experience is a stay during class. Cherry™ Slots Scratch-off Stone. “It will feel good, very
great introduction to group Please visit our Thursday at Hoosier Lottery good.”
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and listen. 219-932-3232 to register. wife Sandy. The Hoosier Lottery
The 14-week class As he posed with an reminds all players to play
oversized $100,000 check, responsibly.
will be held Wednesdays
Stone couldn’t contain his The mission of
6:30 to 7:30 p.m., beginning
glee. He even broke into the Hoosier Lottery is to
February 6 and ending May song, singing a little tune he maximize net income for the
22 (with no classes April 3 made up on the spot, “If it can state in a socially-responsible
and April 10) at The Merge Source: happen to me, it can happen manner. In fiscal year 2012,
Building, Books, Bands, & to you, doo doo doo!” the Hoosier Lottery generated
5920 Hohman Avenue, Brushes It was at that moment - $211 million in surplus
as he held the $100,000 check revenue which was used
in his hand - that Stone’s win to significantly reduce the
became real to him. motor vehicle excise tax for
Hammond The Jasper County
construction worker said he
all Hoosier drivers and also
supported the pension funds
School had been hesitant to believe for retired Indiana teachers,
Board his good fortune until Lottery
officials confirmed his win.
police and firefighters. Player
prizes for the fiscal year
Meetings He said he was nervous and
hadn’t slept much since he
totaled $533 million and $60
million was earned by Indiana
purchased his winning ticket retailers on the sale of Hoosier
at Rensselaer Food Mart at Lottery products.
January 28th Kenwood Elementary 6416 Hohman Ave
Hammond, IN 46324
701 McKinley in Rensselaer Since its inception in
Wednesday evening. 1989, the Hoosier Lottery
“I just kept thinking, has produced more than
41 Williams St.
‘You’ve got to be kidding $4.2 billion for the citizens
February 11th Administration Center Hammond, IN 46320 me!’” said Steve Stone. “I of Indiana, $1 billion in
just couldn’t believe it. I commissions and bonuses for
won’t believe it until I have participating Indiana retailers,
Gavit Middle/High 1670 175th the check in my hand.” and has paid out more than
February 25th Hammond, IN 46324
“We looked at it and $8.9 billion in player prizes.
looked at it and looked at it
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Please enter through Door C. it again,” said Stone. “After
we looked at it enough times Source:
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Need Volunteers for Civil War Colonel to
PIT Homeless Count be Honored
The South Shore sacrifices of the Union armies
This year, our agency this to be untrue. An accurate Civil War Memorial Trail of the western theatre. The
will once again participate count of homelessness enables will be hosting a ceremony monument still stands today as
in the 2013 Point In Time us to plan, collaborate, and on Monday, December 31 the oldest Civil War memorial
Homeless Count and we are implement effective services honoring Valparaiso Civil War in the country.
looking for volunteers to that help alleviate, and to veteran Col. Isaac Suman. The During the ceremony, a
assist us with the count in ultimately bring an end to ceremony begins at 11 a.m. and Civil War artillery reenactment
East Chicago. The Count will homelessness. Your help marks the 150 year anniversary group will fire a cannon in
be held on Friday, January makes a real difference. of the bloody Battle of Stones Suman’s honor and historical
River in Murfreesboro, Tenn., preservation volunteers will
25, 2013. We will count from We’re looking for
where Col. Suman survived drink a non-alcoholic toast at
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m, and will volunteers to actively assist
gunshot wounds. The ceremony the graveside. A new granite
need help during the morning, us in the actual process of will take place at Maplewood marker will also be placed at
afternoon and evening shifts. counting homeless individuals Cemetery, which is located at the foot of the colonel’s existing
The headquarters for the East and families on the street. the intersection of Sturdy Road headstone honoring his war-time
Chicago count will be at our We are also looking for and Penna Hill Drive, just south sacrifices.
office located inside of the individuals and corporations of U.S. 30, in Valparaiso. For more information
Pennsylvania Community that are willing to kindly Suman commanded the on the South Shore Civil War
Center at 3550 Pennsylvania donate warm items such as 9th Indiana Infantry during the Memorial Trail, visit the website
Ave. coats, blankets, hats/gloves Civil War, and returned home at www.southshorecva.com/
The Point-in-Time and socks as well as gift cards at the end to later become the civilwartrail.
(PIT) Count is a HUD to local grocery stores and fast mayor of Valparaiso. He and
mandate that provides our food restaurants. As we meet his men helped build Hazen’s Source:
Monument in Murfreesboro after South ShoreConvention
region with reliable estimates and count our community’s
the infamous battle to honor the & Visitors Authority
of homelessness in our area. unsheltered individuals we
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Tarter Chosen to Lead South Shore Announces
PUC Softball Program Essay Winners
The Purdue University helping land five NJCAA All- The South Shore theme asked for something
Calumet athletic department Americans, 15 All-Region 24 Convention and Visitors for her family. After tragedy
announced the hiring of performers and 23 M-WAC Authority recently announced struck the family with a
Heather Tarter as its inaugural All-Conference selections. the theme winners from the robbery and a serious family
softball coach during a press “I am excited to the first 2012 Write a Theme contest. injury, Carden’s children’s
conference this afternoon. coach in program history,” The contest is held annually Xbox 360 and Playstation 3
The Peregrines will open up said Tarter. “This is a great in conjunction with the ‘A were stolen, and though she
play for the first time in school opportunity to start a program Christmas Story’ Comes tried, Carden was unable to
history during the 2013-14 from the ground up. Purdue Home exhibit, and pays replace them. Despite other
school year. Calumet is an institution with homage to Ralphie’s theme items being stolen from the
“Coach Tarter has strong academics and offers requesting a Red Ryder BB home, Carden simply wanted
been mentored by some a great recruiting advantage Gun for Christmas. her children to be able to
outstanding collegiate coaches with a prestigious degree at an Hailey Robbins, 5, enjoy their games again.
and comes to us from one of affordable price. of Buchanan Mich. was The ‘A Christmas
the top NJCAA programs in The Fairbury, Ill. native selected as the winner of Story’ Comes Home exhibit is
the country,” said Director was a two-year starter as a the 9 and under category held annually from November
of Athletics Rick Costello. catcher at Northern Iowa.
with her theme asking for a through January. Though
“We feel her passion for the Prior to her time with the
Monster High Doll with pink the exhibit is now closed
job and strong recruiting ties Panthers, Tarter was standout
hair and a baby doll carriage. for the season, the South
in the Chicagoland area will for Kankakee Community
Robbins’ request for the Shore CVA’s website offers
help lay a strong foundation College, where she was a two-
for Peregrine softball from the time all-region performer. She doll and carriage included information on other fun
onset.” helped lead the Cavaliers to intentions of bringing it to family activities, as well as
Tarter has spent the past a pair of NJCAA Regional school for show and tell and information on new exhibits.
four seasons as the top assistant IV titles, while also finishing sharing with her friends. Visit www.southshorecva.
at NJCAA power Parkland fifth in the NJCAA Division II Local aspiring musician com to learn more about on-
College under legendary National Tournament in 2006. Lukasiewicz, 13, of Highland, going and upcoming events
coach Chuck Clutts. She has Tarter graduated with a wrote about her desire for a and activities.
helped guide the Cobras to bachelor’s degree in exercise guitar. Lukasiewicz believes
168 victories over the past four science from Northern Iowa music can change the world
years, including three-straight in 2008. She currently resides by bringing inspiration and
NJCAA Region 24 titles and in Merrillville. happiness to others.
a pair of NJCAA National The 19 and older Source:
Tournament appearances. Source: category’s winner is Dawn South ShoreConvention
Tarter played an integral role Purdue University Carden, 33, of Gary. Dawn’s & Visitors Authority
in recruiting at Parkland, Calumet
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Miguel Torres Arreola Gustavo Alfonso Burgos Juan Antonio Chavez
DOB: 01/31/1972 Height: 5’05
DOB:05/20/1987 Height: 6’02 DOB: 06/13/1983 Height: 5”08”
Age:39 Eye Color: BRO DOB:03/15/1975 Height: 6”01”
Age: 25 Eye Color: GRN Age:28 Eye Color: BRO
Race: M Hair Color: BLK Age:40 Eye Color: BRO
Race: H Hair Color: BRO Race: H Hair Color: BRO
Sex: M Weight: 205 Race: W Hair Color: BRO
Sex: M Weight:260 Sex: M Weight: 150 Sex: M Weight: 212
Wanted for: Wanted for: Wanted for:
Rape, Stalking Wanted for:
Failure to Register as a Child Molesting I-II Criminal
Last Known Location: Confinement
Last Known Location:
4618 Towle Ave Last Known Location: 4852 Olcott Ave
Hammond, Indiana Last Known Location:
624 Cherry St East Chicago, Indiana 5925 W 29th Ave
Billy Deshone Jackson Lance Vito Collone Payton Reymundo Perales Kawonis Price
DOB: 06/17/1981 Height: 6”00” DOB: 11/03/1977 Height: 5”08” DOB: 03/15/1957 Height: 5’07 DOB:06/20/1980 Height:5’06”
Age: 30 Eye Color: BRO Age: 34 Eye Color: BRO Age:55 Eye Color: BRO Age: 32 Eye Color: BRO
Race: B Hair Color: BLK Race: B Hair Color: BLK Race: I Hair Color: BRO Race: B Hair Color: BLK
Sex: M Weight: 210 Sex: M Weight: 150 Sex: M Weight:180 Sex: M Weight: 210
Wanted for: Wanted for: Wanted for:
Burglary; Residential Attempted Murder, Child Molesting,
Failure to Register as a
Entry Attempted Aggravated Criminal Confinement
Last Known Location: Last Known Location: Last Known Location:
4242 Maryland St Last Known Location: 3601 Main St
5266 Hohman Ave Apt
Gary, Indiana 3509 Guthrie St East Chicago, Indiana
East Chicago, Indiana
Wilton Eugene Sandifer
DOB: 01/26/1959 Height: 5’10 IN Gloria Jean Smith Joe Bob Summers Merle W Winters
DOB: 06/10/1954 Height: 5’04” DOB: 12/18/1975 Height: 5”10” DOB: 06/26/1973 Height: 5’11”
Age:53 Eye Color: BRO Age: 58 Eye Color: BRO Age: 36 Eye Color: GRN Age: 39 Eye Color: BRO
Race: B Hair Color: BLK Race: B Hair Color: BLK Race: W Hair Color: BLN Race: B Hair Color: BLK
Sex: M Weight: 180 Sex: F Weight:156 Sex: M Weight:195 Sex: M Weight: 240
Wanted for: Wanted for: Wanted for: Wanted for:
Last Known Location:
Last Known Location:
Last Known Location:
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Hammond Neighborhood PUC Celebrates
Community Meetings MLK Legacy
Purdue University The exhibit, “Creating a Culture
South Hammond Crime Watch Calumet celebrates the life, of Peace for the Children of the
7:00 PM Hammond Housing Authority legacy and determination of World,” formally opens. The
1402 173rd Street
Martin Luther King Jr. to achieve exhibit, on loan from the Soka
social justice for all people Gakkai International-USA, brings
Hessville Neighborhood Crime
January 17 Watch through non-violence in a series together the ideas of thousands
Thursday Jean Shephard Center, of events scheduled on campus, of people and organizations
1031 Mahoney Dr. Jan. 28 through Feb. 1. dedicated to finding a path to
A mayoral roundtable, an lasting peace. The exhibit will be
Columbia Crime Watch
6:30 PM Columbia Elementary exhibit and the traditional Martin on display through Feb. 1.
1238 Michigan St Luther King Jr. Convocation Thursday, Jan. 31 – 11
comprise the celebration, the a.m., Student Union & Library,
Pulaski Park Neighborhood
January 29 Association
theme of which is Yesterday’s 3rd floor. A Convocation, titled
American Legion Dream, Today’s Reality IV: “Difficult Days . . . The Promise
617 Gostlin St. Thrust into Greatness—Shared of Renewal of Hope” and based
Responsibility for Peace, on King’s “I’ve Been to the
Jefferson Crime Watch
6:30 PM Jefferson Elementary School
Reconciliation, Healing and Mountaintop” speech, featured
Wednesday Transformation. music, oratory, dance and
The celebration schedule drama.
February 6 Harrison Park Crime Watch VFW is as follows: Admission is free to all
Wednesday 5820 Hohman Ave. Monday, Jan. 28 – 11 activities, which are sponsored
a.m., Student Union & Library, by Purdue Calumet’s Martin
Edison Crime Watch 3rd floor. A Mayoral Roundtable Luther King Jr. Holiday
6:30 PM Edison Elementary on Peace, Reconciliatory Healing Celebration Planning Committee
7025 Madison Ave and Transformation featured in conjunction with the Multi-
participation by mayors from Cultural Campus Council.
Irving Community Watch
6:30 PM Irving School East Chicago, Crown Point, Other information is available
Wednesday Gary, Hammond, Hobart, Lake by contacting Purdue Calumet
4724 Pine St
Station and Portage. They plan Assistant Vice Chancellor
Whiting/Robertsdale Crime Watch to discuss ways in which they for Educational Opportunity
6:30 PM Calumet College Room 200
Thursday have worked to promote peace, Programs Roy Hamilton at
2400 New York
reconciliation and healing that 219/989-2779 or 800/HI-
East Hammond Crime Watch
foster transformation leading PURDUE, ext. 2779, or e-mailing
February 19 to lasting peace. Lake Shore him at Hamilton@purduecal.
6:30 PM Ophelia Steen Center
5927 Columbia Public Television will record the edu.
roundtable for later broadcast.
Lafayette Neighborhood Crime Monday, Jan. 28 – 12:30 Source:
February 20 Watch
Lafayette School p.m., Student Union & Library, Purdue University
856 Sibley International Concourse East. Calumet
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Munster Theater Upcoming Programs
Presents at the HPL
The following are Mon., Jan. 28: Two free
upcoming programs at the basic computer classes are
Hammond Public Library. offered at the Hammond Public
Tue., Jan. 22: Two Library, 564 State St. E-mail
computer classes are offered at Basics is at 11 a.m., while Word
the Hammond Public Library, Basics is at 2 p.m. Classes are
564 State St. Mouse Basics is free, and registration is required
offered at 2 p.m. An advanced at (219) 931-5100, Ext. 345.
class, PowerPoint, is at 6 p.m., Tue., Jan. 29: Two free
for which participants must computer classes are offered at
have basic computer knowledge the Hammond Public Library,
as well as familiarity with the 564 State St. Internet Basics is
keyboard and mouse. Classes are offered at 2 p.m. An advanced
free, and registration is required class, Letters and Resumes, is
at (219) 931-5100, Ext. 345. at 6 p.m., for which participants
Pictured above, from left to right are: (Seated) - Alice (Allison Hemingway, Tues., Jan. 22: Little must have basic computer
Queen (Colleen Kifer), (Standing)- Billy McDunn (Rabbit), Cheshire Cat (Rohan Listeners meets at 10 a.m. and knowledge as well as familiarity
Chatterjee), & Mad Hatter (Calvin Sanders). again at 1 p.m. at the Hammond with the keyboard and mouse.
Public Library, 564 State St., Classes are free, and registration
The Munster Theatre a Turtle (Ben Nichols), A
for ages 3 to 5 plus a parent or is required at (219) 931-5100,
Company of Munster High King (Ethan Courtney), the caregiver. This week’s theme is Ext. 345.
School is pleased to present Queen of Hearts (Colleen bears. Kids Can 2, for ages 6 to 8, Wed., Jan. 30 at 6:30
its winter production of the Kifer) and many others meets at 3:45 p.m. for fun games p.m.: Welcome to the World
Lewis Carroll classic, Alice through a collection of the and activities. Details for all of Music is offered to teens
in Wonderland, as adapted most delightful incidents. programs are with the library’s and adults at 6:30 p.m. at the
for the stage by Anne Coulter Alice in Wonderland Youth Services department at Hammond Public Library, 564
Martens. Produced by Larry will feature a cast of over 30 (219) 931-5100, Ext. 336. State St. Participants should
A Brechner, this full-length, Theatre Company veterans Wed., Jan. 23 at 6:30 bring pen and paper. Information
p.m.: Welcome to the World is at (219) 931-5100.
student-directed production and newcomers and will
of Music is offered to teens Fri., Feb. 1: The
will feature the solo directing run Thursday, Friday, and and adults at 6:30 p.m. at the Hammond Public Library’s
debut of Christian Fary, Saturday February 7, 8, and Hammond Public Library, 564 Youth Winter Reading program,
assisted by Rachel Borgo. 9, 2013 at 7pm in the Munster State St. Participants should “Waddle into Reading,” begins
Alice slides into view Auditorium. All Tickets bring pen and paper. Information Feb. 1. Youth read books to earn
at the end of her long fall are $5 at the door and are is at (219) 931-5100. small prizes, and enter to win
down the rabbit-hole. It is available at the Auditorium Thurs., Jan. 24: The a family activity basket filled
a more delightful place for Box Office on performance Hammond Public Library, 564 with cool stuff. Details are with
the audience than for Alice, nights or by calling: (219) State St., offers several children’s Youth Services department at
programs today. Babies and the library, 564 State St., (219)
who is trying desperately 838-3255 or visit our web
Books, at 10 a.m., is for infants 931-5100, Ext. 336.
to get back home. She tries site at www.munaud.org and parents or caregivers. Tiny Fri., Feb. 1: Ages 9 to
to get help from the Mad Tickets are available at Tots, for walking toddlers and 13 may attend Just for Tweens
Hatter (Calvin Sanders), the the Auditorium Box Office caregivers, is at 10:30 a.m. at 3:30 p.m. at the Hammond
Rabbit (Billy McDunn), and on performance nights or by The 11 a.m. program, “2s and Public Library, 564 State St.
from the very nice Cheshire calling: 3s,” are for ages 2 and 3, plus a Touchdown! features a fun
Cat (Rohan Chatterjee). (219) 838-3255 or by email: parent or caregiver. This week’s afternoon of games, trivia,
During her journey firstname.lastname@example.org. theme is bears. Finally, ages 6 to and xBox 360. Registration is
13 may attend Stories for All to required by calling (219) 931-
through Wonderland, Alice
celebrate the new year with the 5100, Ext. 336.
encounters a strange array Source: library’s new books, as well as
of characters including: a The Munster Theatre new activities. Information is Source:
Caterpillar (Steven Caraher), Company of Munster with Youth Services, (219) 931- The Hammond Public
a Duchess (Brianna Dittmar), High School 5100, Ext. 336. Library
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