A lot has changed in medicine in the last 51 years that Dr. William Pletcher has been a physician in Elkhart County.
The city of Goshen is home to healthcare centers that not only practice top-notch medical care, but truly care for the community and all of its residents. IU Health Goshen has partnered with Maple City Health Care Center to provide affordable, integrated primary care to even more of the community.
When Sarah Metzler ‘98 worked in a school district in Boulder, Colo., she began to visualize the way she thought school should look. Now she’s putting that vision to use in Goshen.
Edgar Saucedo-Davila arrived in the United States 24 years ago to find a better life but graduated high school to a nation nearing economic collapse.
Carrie Newcomer is best known for her story-songs that get at the raw and redemptive edges of human reality. For Thanksgiving, we have a musical conversation with the Indiana-based and born folk singer-songwriter.
Milo Albrecht, 93, only attended Goshen (Ind.) College for three semesters, but his nearly $2 million gift will give many Goshen College students the opportunity to stay longer. A regular donor to Goshen College, last month Albrecht donated $1.98 million worth of stocks to Goshen College.
As the mayor of Goshen, Allan Kauffman (GHS ‘67, GC ‘71) has worked to continue a strong relationship between the city of Goshen and Goshen Community Schools.
The Walking Roots Band is a Harrisonburg-based folk / bluegrass / roots band made of a friends who come together to make music. They are launching a Kickstarter campaign for a new album featuring reclaimed hymns.
A blog about fashion might not be the first place one would imagine seeing photos of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) school kits, but The Coral Court isn’t your typical fashion blog. Kristi Stalter ’11, from Bloomington, Ill., started the blog about a year ago, and it has blossomed into a popular lifestyle blog with close ties to MCC. For Stalter, MCC has provided a way to connect her passion for education with her desire to give.
Dr. Robert Abel ’45 has practiced medicine in the community for 64 years and was previously an infrantryman during World War II.