Singer/Songwriter’s Album focuses on future of our children. His music will touch your heart and give you hope.|
Gladwin, Michigan, June 25th, 2018. Gospel singer/songwriter Lynn Morgan
releases his 9th full length album, “For My Children’s Sake”. For those asking the question, “what’s happening to our world”, Morgan answers that question with lyrics and music that touches the heart.
“For My Children’s Sake” is a 14 song set that features original music written and arranged by Morgan. The title cut, “For My Children’s Sake” was conceived from a dream about the tumultuous state our world is in and begs the question; “What will it be like in a hundred years”? “This Old House” a song that reflects on memories of a “well lived in” home, now abandoned, revisited many years later beautifully illustrates how memories good or bad mold our future. Out of the three songs covered by Morgan on this album, “Looking For Suzanne” written by award winning songwriter Tricia Walker says so much about our “hurry up” modern day culture. Words from the chorus speak volumes; “When there are pieces of our lives left unattended then the scars of broken hearts go unmended
So, what about our world? Morgan’s beautifully written song, “How Beautiful The Earth” says, “it was the chosen place for Jesus’ birth”. Arranged with minimal instrumentation Morgan’s voice is featured on this soulful song. In contrast he covers “When Love Starts Talking” a hit country rocker made famous by Wynonna Judd.
From the opening number, “There is A Journey” to the last song “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” you will be moved by the diversity of Lynn Morgan’s voice, song writing and musicianship. Sharing licks on “For My Children’s Sake” are some of Michigan’s finest musicians.
Performing, writing, and touring for over 35 years Lynn Morgan says that sharing his gifts is his way to bring glory to God . He says “ A song well written and well sung can stir the hearts of many”. He does both with great enthusiasm. John Darnall, well known Nashville music producer and extraordinary musician says, Lynn Morgan has one of those unique signature voices that communicates so well. Hear him on his new album, For My Children’s Sake”
Gifted with extraordinary creative gifts, Lynn Morgan the singer/songwriter is also an accomplished international visual artist with many awards to his credit.
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Benjamin Rodak, a 2012 Imlay City High School graduate, graduated from Adrian College on May 1, 2016. He received his Bachelor of Administration in Sports Management degree with a minor in psychology. He earned the distinction of cum laude.|
Ben is the son of Kaz and Mary Rodak of Imlay City.
The VFW Auxiliary from Post 2052 in Romeo recently selected winners of the local judging for the Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest. Of 67 entries from Romeo, Almont and Armada High Schools, 45 qualified to be judged by 2 professional artists. First place went to Jacob Battani, a senior at Almont H.S.. Second place went to Jasmine Hudgins, senior, Romeo H.S. and third place wnt to Brook Celusnak, sophomore, Romeo H.S. According to the judges, Jacob's submission personified the best example of originality, presentation, patriotism, clarity of ideas, design technique, total impact and uniqueness. His picture will now compete at the State level for additional monetary awards. See the website: vfwauxiliary.org/scholarship for more info.|
A generous anonymous supporter of the garden has agreed to match donations up to $2000. They have also agreed to extend this offer during the month of January. Please keep April’s family and friends in your thoughts during her birthday month, and as the trial begins
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These funds will be put towards installing a watering well at the garden, along with on-going maintenance.
Thank you for your support, and a HUGE thank you to our anonymous benefactor!
Desirae Salswedel, currently a graduate student and teaching assistant in the Art History department at Syracuse University in New York, has been awarded the Louise and Bernard Paliitz Art Scholar Award. The recipients are selected by the director and staff of the Art Galleries. Only two students from the program are awarded this honor based upon their professionalism, scholarship and dedication while at the Art Galleries. |
Desirae is a 2013 graduate of Albion College and a 2009 graduate of Almont High School. She is the daughter of Ron and Karen Salswedel of Almont.
Desirae Salswedel, a 2013 Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Albion College, has received a teaching assistantship with Syracuse University in New York. Desirae graduated from Albion with a Bachelors Degree in Anthropology and History and a minor in Psychology. She will be teaching in the Art History department at Syracuse while earning her Masters Degree in Museum Studies. Desirae is a 2009 graduate of Almont High School and the daughter of Ron and Karen Salswedel of Almont.|
Rachel Mainville of Attica was presented the John Philip Sousa outstanding musician award by Mr. Scott Pries, Director of Imlay City Bands on May 16 2013, which was also Rachel’s 18th birthday, during the annual Spring Band Concert. |
Created in 1955, the award honors the top student in a high-school band and recognizes superior musicianship and outstanding dedication.
Rachel will be attending Eastern Michigan University in the fall as a Music Education Major. She also will be a member of the “Pride of the Peninsula” EMU marching band.
Rachel is the daughter of Fred M. and LeRae Mainville of Attica, little sister of Elizabeth Mainville of Ypsilanti, and granddaughter of Fred J. and Sally Mainville of Imlay City and the late Raymond and Elizabeth Toole of Attica.
Watercolor artist, Sarah Tule, will be showing 30 of her paintings in her series "A Summer Outside" at The Art Cafe in Davison, MI the first Saturday in August. Meet the Artist reception that evening, free to the public, refreshments provided. For times contact Sarah by email at: email@example.com or check out her blog at: www.sarahtuleart.blogspot.com.|
Ginger Hadley VanNuck has been named director of Marketing and Public Relations at Port Huron Hospital. |
With extensive background in healthcare marketing, communications and public relations, VanNuck was manager of Marketing and Communications for the Wayne State University Physician Group prior to coming to Port Huron Hospital. She has held management positions at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio; St. John Health and St. John River District Hospital in East China; and Trillium Hospital in Albion. She has also held positions with the United Way in Jackson and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in Cleveland.
As director of Marketing and Public Relations, VanNuck oversees all Port Huron Hospital advertising and marketing activities, internal and external hospital communications and publications, media relations, audio visual activities, the website and other digital media strategies.
She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Advertising at Ferris State University and is working toward a Master Degree in Management from Spring Arbor University.
A native of Jackson, VanNuck has lived in the Blue Water area for more than 10 years. She is married and a resident of Algonac.
Sadie Wise of Imlay City has been named to the Dean’s List from the College of Arts and Sciences at Ferris State University for the Fall Semester 2011.||