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  • Waldorf online faculty member shares thoughts on historic south carolina flooding
    over the past couple of days For the safety of those who might have braved the weather I cancelled all of our services for the day I waited at the church for an hour or so in the event someone showed up unexpectedly This never happened So I used the time to pray for our city and state I can t even begin to understand the devastation and loss Our state like many others is connected through so many different relationships This web of relationships extends not only through the state but also through other states as well We hurt for those who became victims of the uncertain flooding Thousands and thousands of people are struggling to figure out their next steps as they spend time in shelters and hotels around the state Many are cut off from surrounding communities because the rising water washed away access from all roads Many of the hardest hit cities are without running water and those who do have water in those areas have been encouraged to boil their water before drinking I m sure that you ve seen pictures of the widespread destruction It is bad I ask that you pray for South Carolina Officials in Columbia S C stated that all deaths were from an identical cause people stranded in cars that filled with water He was sure the death toll would increase as the waters begin to recede You may ask What is the purpose of such tragedy or What now I want to explore a couple of thoughts with you God s Ways are Higher than Ours For some this may be an excuse without support However as I reflect on the difficult times we face in life I am always reminded that God s purpose prevails Proverbs 19 21 God takes the tragedy and destruction in this world and uses it for His good We may never know how many people God will change as a result of what has happened in South Carolina this week I am not minimizing the heartbreak but I am highlighting the one who mends the broken hearted God s Economy Helps us to Understand the Brevity of Stuff We live in a self sufficient world that seemingly does not need God We have everything we need We have cars fancy houses granite top counters stainless steel appliances computers antique furniture family pictures and things that mean so much to us However God s economy says that those things are just things that will eventually be gone Matthew 6 19 While our stuff may not last our relationship with God will God s Desire is to Have a Relationship with us Above all God desires to have a relationship with us He created us to worship Him and Him alone This relationship begins with our salvation Romans 3 23 6 23 10 9 8 9 10 and continues as we walk in the Spirit Galatians 5 16 26 This relationship is more important than

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    at 7 p m in the Waldorf College Atrium and is open to the public Waldorf s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series to Host International Poet 10 17 2015 FOREST CITY Iowa Waldorf College s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series welcome poet Lauren Alleyne on Monday October 12 Alleyne will be reading her work at the Luise V Hanson Library Lounge from 7 30 8 30 p m The event is open to the public Purple Heart Pledge Coming to Waldorf College 10 13 2015 FOREST CITY Iowa Waldorf College students to make Purple Heart Pledge sponsored by Crisis Intervention Service The Purple Hearts Campaign will take place on Wednesday October 14 from 10 30 a m to 1 30 p m in the Atrium Speaker Series at Waldorf College to host presentation on Diversity American Sign Language and Deaf Culture 10 8 2015 FOREST CITY Iowa Waldorf s College Speaker Series presents Amber Galloway Gallego She will hold a free hour long presentation that will give the audience a look into the world of deaf culture through the eyes of an American Sign Language ASL Concert Interpreter The presentation will take place on Wednesday October 14 at 7 p m in the Waldorf College Atrium and is open to the public First Artist of the Arts Midwest World Fest to Perform 9 29 2015 FOREST CITY Iowa The first artist in the Arts Midwest World Fest will perform as part of the Waldorf Community Artist Series Baladino an Israeli folk band with a wonderful mix of Mediterranean music was chosen as the first international act to perform in this series Icelandic vocalist to perform for Waldorf Community Artist Series 9 3 2015 FOREST CITY Iowa The Waldorf College Artist Series WCAS will be hosting vocalist and actor Vigthor Zophaniasson on Monday

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    List FOREST CITY Iowa One hundred and nineteen residential students were named to the Waldorf College spring 2015 Dean s List To receive this honor students must earn a grade point average of 3 5 or better on a 4 0 scale while completing a minimum of 12 credits during the semester Waldorf professors team up to form Atlantic Piano Duo 4 29 2015 FOREST CITY IOWA Two Waldorf College music professors have teamed up to form the Atlantic Piano Duo Waldorf College hires former Forest City High School director of bands 4 27 2015 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College hired C David Rutt of Forest City Iowa as interim director of instrumental activities and assistant professor of music in April Rutt recently retired from teaching after concluding a successful 35 year career directing instrumental music ensembles in Iowa 24 of those as director of bands at Forest City High School FCHS Piano duo to perform at Waldorf College 4 24 2015 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College will host the Atlantic Piano Duo on Friday May 1 at 7 p m in the Odvin Hagen Recital Hall Waldorf director of creative writing to read memoir 4 6 2015 FOREST CITY

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    concert is held to commemorate the establishment of the Waldorf chapter on April 13 2011 Waldorf Theatre to perform Inherit the Wind 4 1 2015 Forest City Iowa The Waldorf College Theatre will be performing Inherit the Wind as their final season show Performances will begin at 7 30 p m nightly April 8 11 in the Smith Theatre Waldorf faculty member appointed to Iowa Board of Educational Examiners 3 24 2015 FOREST CITY Iowa Waldorf College director of business online program master s degree program interim director and residential and online adjunct professor Dr Larry Hill was appointed to the Iowa Board of Educational Examiners Hill was appointed by Governor Terry E Branstad earlier this month Waldorf College to host sixth annual History Symposium 3 24 2015 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College will be holding a History Symposium on March 31 beginning at 7 30 p m in the Atrium This year s title is 150 70 40 marking the anniversaries of the Civil War World War II and Vietnam War The event is free and open to the public Waldorf students attend national convention 3 24 2015 Five Waldorf students attended the 2015 Alpha Chi National Convention March 19 21 in Chicago Hundreds of students from both the U S and internationally gathered to celebrate scholarship academics networking and camaraderie Waldorf College students who attended are Marisa Donnelly Molly Maschka Tara Kingland Jenna Tegtmeyer and Shaye Sutherland Sparks making waves at Waldorf College 3 19 2015 The camaraderie was amazing The trust between riders and community members filled the air like some type of euphoric helium lifting everyone s spirits This is a quote from one of Audrey Sparks award winning articles on the Register s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa RAGBRAI Sparks a thirty eight year

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    in the Waldorf College Atrium The event titled Stop Hunger was formally known as Kids Against Hunger Bake Sale to Stop Hunger 2 17 2015 FOREST CITY IOWA The Waldorf College Committee on Vocation and Service and Immanuel Lutheran Church are sponsoring a bake sale on February 21 2015 beginning at 8 30 a m at Bill s Family Foods in Forest City Iowa Proceeds from the bake sale will be used to fund Stop Hunger the food packaging event scheduled for March 4 2015 Waldorf College to perform 9 To 5 The Musical 1 21 2015 FOREST CITY IOWA The Waldorf College Theatre will be presenting 9 To 5 The Musical February 11 14 Shows begin at 7 30 p m nightly in the Smith Theatre Cottage Grove resident receives full tuition leadership scholarship 1 21 2015 FOREST CITY Iowa Hannah Ashley daughter of Brenda and Brodrick Ashley has received the Chantell Cooley Leadership Scholarship for Women in STEM Council members join exploratory group for Fine Arts Center 1 15 2015 FOREST CITY Council members Tony Mikes and Bob Kuefler will represent the city of Forest City in an exploratory group formed to look at the possible construction of a fine arts facility in Forest City Waldorf College visiting writer explores the issue of farmland transition 1 14 2015 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College will host Poet Laureate of Iowa Mary Swander on February 19 as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers Series on campus Practical Farmers of Iowa PFI will host a light dinner reception from 6 7 p m followed by a performance of Swander s short production Map of my Kingdom and a group question and answer style discussion Admission and reception are free to the public Waldorf art gallery to display artist installation 1 7

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    name their new track Beebe Track as thanks to Ray and Joan Beebe for their dedication to education in Forest City Iowa Williams family wins big at Waldorf College open house 12 11 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA James 95 and Amy Williams 15 and their sons Jakob 11 yrs and Samuel 6 yrs of Nora Springs Iowa traveled to Forest City for the 2014 Waldorf College Open House on Thursday December 4 to visit the campus of their alma mater Little did they know they would be going home prizewinners Waldorf students receive local grants for research 12 11 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Two Alpha Chi Grants for Undergraduate Research grants were awarded to Waldorf College students to assist them in academic research and professional growth Eight students to represent Waldorf College at regional theatre competition 12 3 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Eight Waldorf College students will be competing at the Region V Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival KCACTF January 19 25 following their performance in the Waldorf Theatre s production of Shakespeare s A Comedy of Errors in November Waldorf College revamps Christmas open house 11 21 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College is revamping their annual Christmas

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    young women who display leadership characteristics in their prospective field of study at Waldorf College Waldorf College theatre to present a modern Comedy of Errors 11 5 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College Theatre Department will present an updated version of the Shakespeare production of A Comedy of Errors November 19 22 as part of its 2014 15 theatre season Shows will begin at 7 30 p m nightly in the Smith Theatre Christmas with Waldorf event continues tradition 11 5 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College will hold its annual Christmas with Waldorf holiday celebration concert Saturday December 6 at 7 30 p m and Sunday December 7 at 3 p m at Immanuel Lutheran Church Waldorf Wind Symphony to host fall concert 11 5 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA The Waldorf Wind Symphony will hold their fall concert Sunday November 16 at 3 p m at Immanual Lutheran Church This year s fall concert will feature pieces focusing on specific people or things and is themed Characters and Caricatures Third Annual MusicalTheatre Showcase to be presented at Waldorf College 10 24 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA The Waldorf College Theatre Department is proud to present their Third Annual Musical Theatre Showcase with free performances in Smith Theatre at 1 p m on Sunday November 2 nd and at 7 p m on Monday November 3 rd Calliope Duo to perform at Waldorf artist series 10 4 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College will host flute and piano pair Calliope Duo as part of their Waldorf Community Artist Series The performance will be held at 7 p m on October 26 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Forest City Iowa Mason City artist featured at Waldorf College gallery 10 4 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA The Waldorf Art Gallery will be displaying the

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    9 26 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College will host Kij Johnson award winning sci fi and fantasy author Wednesday October 15 at 7 p m in the Salveson Ballroom as part of their Distinguished Visiting Writers Series Waldorf College to host Fine Arts Weekend 9 16 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA Waldorf College will be holding Fine Arts Weekend October 3 4 High school and college aged students are invited to spend time on campus learning about the variety of fine arts Waldorf College has to offer from theatre music and art professors and students Community Night Under the Lights at Waldorf College 9 15 2014 FOREST CITY IA Waldorf College and the City of Forest City will be hosting their annual Community Night under the Lights at Bolstorff Field Saturday September 27 This is the third annual community night at Waldorf College Waldorf College Theatre to present The Diviners 9 15 2014 FOREST CITY IA The Waldorf College Theatre department will be performing Jim Leonard Jr s The Diviners beginning Wednesday October 1 at 7 30 p m in the Smith Theatre 24 hour Theatre Project to challenge Waldorf College students 8 27 2014 FOREST CITY IOWA The Waldorf

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