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Logansport Pharos Tribune (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Logansport, Indiana m i it a Tyl 75 cents a i paint because i like to Eagle scouts Zach Sedam front 14, and his brother Caleb Sedam the age of 6 and along the Way left not a single badge unearned. By Ben Middelkamp staff reporter what does it take to earn a boy scout Merit badge for Zach Sedam 14, it takes conquering pain. When Zach went snowboarding in Pursuit of his Snow sports Merit badge this past february his Board hit a bump on the slopes flipped and landed Zach Square on his shoulder spraining it but instead of giving up he continued on and skied to collect the badge. It Hurt when you tried and move it or tried to get up when you fell Zach said about skiing with a sprained shoulder. Eagle scout Brothers Zach and Caleb Sedam 18, have earned All the offered boy scout Merit badges. Zach has 135 and Caleb has 139, including the additional four historic badges he earned in 2010 during the organizations Centennial year. Caleb As of december 2014 the first in his troop to earn All badges said when he was 13, he already had about 40 or 50 badges so he wanted photos by j. Kyle Keener j pharos Tribune 18, have each been scouting since to keep going and pushing himself with the encouragement of his parents and scoutmaster. A so i decided in a already this far Why not continue and go on a Caleb said. Boy scouts can work toward Merit badges of Many kinds starting at age 10 and a half. The tasks Span from wilderness survival Rifle shooting and backpacking to movie making stamp collecting and Reading. Zach said whatever the badge it taught a see Brothers Page at a 89-year-old has spent last 40 years capturing sights of Miami co. By Carson Gerber correspondent Gilead when Betty Dawald a daughter announced she was enrolling at Purdue University to study Art Dawald thought one of her lifelong dreams was about to come True having a House full of Beautiful vibrant Oil paintings. A i thought a of Goodie. Ill have our House loaded with Oil paintings a a she said. A Well forget that they did no to Ever do anything in so Dawald came to a decision. A col. Mark Sigler to manage Day to Day affairs and training from staff reports Grissom air Reserve base col. Mark Sigler replaced col. Gerard Malloy earlier this month As the 434th operations group a i decided if i wanted Oil paintings there was Only one thing to do join a class and Start she said. And that a exactly what she did. Dawald enrolled in her first painting class in the 1970s. Since then she a spent the last 40 years capturing the sights scenes and landmarks of Miami county where she was born and raised in Beautiful Art museum worthy Oil paintings. Some of those paintings she a sold. Others she a kept and Hung around the old farm House near Gilead where she a lived for More than 60 years. But More often than not the 89-year-old has Given her paintings commander at Grissom air Reserve base. Sigler who previously served As the 452nd operations group commander cot. Mart Sigler Al or Reserve base. California is now responsible a see Grissom Page As a see paint Page a6 new colonel to manage Grissom Sailplane operations More than 130 tasks did no to faze them. They re the badge relay for life changing this year locally event won t be overnight in 2015 iydug0 what. Casa county relay for life when noon to Midnight saturday june 13 where Ivy tech Logansport 1 Ivy tech Way a parking lot near main Entrance info or for relay for life of Cass county. A not a lot of people would stay overnight a she said. Organizers think More people will be willing to stay longer if the event is bumped up to a time Span of noon to Midnight a see relay Page a6 by Mitchell Kirk staff reporter local participation in the american cancer society a relay for life fundraiser will return with changes this summer that organizers Hope will draw a bigger turnout taking place annually All Over the world relay for life is the american cancer society a signature event and the culmination of participants fundraising efforts. In past years the events venue rotated among area High schools. It kicked off at 5 . And went overnight until 9 . The next morning. Lately most attendees would end up leaving at about 9 or 10 , said Nikki Malott promotions Lead Keity Lafferty Gertzer i for the pharos Tribune 89-year-old Painter Betty Dawald blends in the colors on her painting of the Roann covered Bridge. Weather mostly sunny and Milder a High 58 Low 45 a More on Page a8 i a Lili a 07 1 17 a to oars Page one designed by Jess Cah Powers 197 1 ism 135 1h to 171, no 76 mow a Rbt c0yw pith 4 1� 15 1702 Tost Market a Logansport a 574-735-0234 better ingredient. Reiter Pira. Order online a j try our Phill cheese Steak pizza get a Large for just to subscribe 574-722-5000 or 800-475-4125 to advertise 800 6 76-4125 or 574-722 classified 1-800-32-0494 office hours mon Fri 8 . To j

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