Sunday, September 11, 2011

Last 3 Weeks in Elkhart

It has been a very long time since I last updated, so this blog post is a big one.  I started my internship at The Elkhart Truth in Elkhart, Indiana at the end of August and here are a few photos from the past three weeks that I have been here.

April Zehr, 18 of Tiskilwa, Illinois, left, unpacks her clothes with the help of her sister, Heidi Zehr on Saturday, August 27, during move in day at Goshen College.  April is a freshman and plans to study history.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Maria Aguilar lets go of her emotions as she follows the caskets containing her two sons, Ricardo and Adolfo, and her husband Jose out of St. Vincent de Paul Church after their funeral service on Tuesday evening.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

The caskets containing the remains of Jose Aguilar and his two sons, Ricardo and Adolfo, sit at the front of St. Vincent de Paul Church during their funeral service on Tuesday evening.  The church was filled with members of the community paying their respects to the deceased.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Actors Kevin Egelsky, middle, and Scot Purkeypile, right, prepare backstage to run Act 2 of the play "Greater Tuna" during a dress rehearsal on Wednesday evening.  The play is the first for this upcoming season which marks the 50th anniversary of Elkhart Civic Theatre performing in the Bristol Opera House.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Scot Purkeypile delivers his lines during a dress rehearsal for "Greater Tuna" on Wednesday evening.  The play opens next week marking the 50th anniversary of Elkhart Civic Theatre in the Bristol Opera House.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Kevin Egelsky prepares for his entrance backstage at the Bristol Opera House on Wednesday evening during a dress rehearsal.  The play "Greater Tuna" features two male actors who portray more than 20 different characters during the performance.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Toy commercial vehicles found at the booth owned by Jan and Phil Biehl, of North Webster, during the 24th Annual Labor Day Toy Show at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Goshen.  The toy show is one of the largest one day shows in the U.S. with almost 2000 people attending the six hour event.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Jeremiah Weaver, 5 of Millersburg, takes Lyndee Mikesell, 5 of Rochester, a ride on his father's wood powered tractor during the Bonneyville Mill Celebration in Bristol on Saturday afternoon.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Steve Hunsberger visits the the memorial on the afternoon of Thursday, September 8 in Memorial Park in Wakarusa that is dedicated to his son, Staff Sgt. Travis Hunsberger, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2008.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Students from Memorial High School released red, white and blue balloons into the air after reciting the National Anthem before the football game on Friday night against Warsaw to commemorate the tenth anniversary of September 11.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Concord Minutemen Alec Stubbs fights Central Blue Blazer Elliot Miller to get to the ball during the first half of Saturday's game at Central High School.  The Minutemen won the game 3-2.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Kane Rickey of the Memorial Chargers is tackled by Kyle Heckaman, left, and Gabe Furnivall, right, of the Warsaw Tigers, during the game at Memorial High School on Friday night.  Rain started to fall after the first quarter.  The Tigers won 20-13.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

Spectators attempt to keep dry due to the inclement weather.  Rain began to fall after the first quarter of the game.  (Truth Photo By Delayna Earley)

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