“At DOOR Atlanta, lunch comes straight from the garden” from Mennonite Mission Network

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As youth come through DOOR Atlanta this summer, they’ll find something on their plates that you wouldn’t expect on a weeklong service trip: local, organic food. Tim Showalter Ehst, the interim co-director of DOOR (Discovering Opportunities for Outreach and Reflection) in Atlanta and a Goshen (Ind.) College graduate, is in the midst of planning and creating menus that will allow the DOOR staff to feed their young volunteers with healthy food grown around the city.

Spring break frog hike

On Tuesday, April 3, pull on some rubber boots and tromp over to Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College. We’re holding our annual spring frog hike, which is geared for families. This is an event you won’t want to miss, especially since it’s during spring break! Bring the gang and we’ll hunt down … Keep reading »

Quilts ranging from Hutterite to Navajo on display in Good Library Gallery, March 25-July 6

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GOSHEN, Ind. – A variety of quilts from the Mennonite Historical Library from Mennonite, Amish, Hutterite and Native American communities that have been recently acquired or never before exhibited will be on display in the “Quilts from the Permanent Collection” exhibit in Goshen College’s Good Library Gallery from March 25 to July 6. There will … Keep reading »