15, 2000] The
Jefferson Elementary School are getting a firsthand education about
nature with their very own butterfly garden. The
school, attended by 100 kindergarten through third grade students,
was awarded a $500 grant last fall from the county for a gardening
project, which is one of the first of its kind in the area.
15, 2000] In
her new book "Strong Women, Strong Bones," Dr. Miriam
Nelson defines osteoporosis as "a chronic, progressive disease
characterized by low bone mass, leading to bone fragility and
increased fracture risk." Each year, according to Dr. Nelson,
millions of women suffer symptoms that they don’t always associate
with fragile bones. Her work in nutrition and physical science has
inspired her to write an encompassing, all-in-one guide that
outlines the ways that you can prevent, treat and beat osteoporosis.
154 students graduated from Lincoln Christian College and Seminary
Saturday. Commencement was at 10 a.m. in the Earl C Hargrove Chapel
on the LCCS campus. Dr. Wayne Shaw, LCS academic dean, addressed the
crowd on the topic "Integrity of the Message and Integrity of
the Messenger." Following is a complete list of LCCS graduates.