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Mar 29, 2019
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Stories in this issue

Tech Tigers Robotics Win Chairman's Award
The Ghostlight Theatre is Bringing CircEsteem to Town
The Ghostlight Theatre is Opening in Benton Harbor
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Tech Tigers Robotics Win Chairman's Award
Benton Harbor High School's Robotics team - the Tech Tigers are shown in front of a banner declaring them the Chairman's Award winner for the 2019 Gull Lake District.  The award cited the team's efforts to "Transform the culture of their community in ways that will inspire greater levels of respect & honor for science and technology". The team was recognized for its efforts in health and safety. The Tech Tigers are only the second team from SWMI to win the award.  The award automatically qualifies the team for the next round of competition.  Shown above on left of banner are Amiya, co-captain Deyisha, coach Delbert Patterson, and co-captain Tamia; on the right, the back row, from left, Coach Shannon Harris, Gerson, Daniel, and lead mentor Joseph Taylor, in front are Karl, Kenneth and Antwon.  Not shown is Jacobia. The team thanked Benton Harbor Sunrise Rotary for being a sponsor.
Ghostlight Theatre Bringing CircEsteem to Town
CircEsteem, a program using circus apparatus, has been improving the lives of young people in Chicago for 19 years.  Now Dottie Gietler, youth leadership director for Ghostlight Theatre, announced today that a CircEsteem Summer Camp will be offered in two weeks in June 2019.  Campers, ages 6-16, will be given opportunities to learn a variety of circus activities.  See the short video below for an introduction.
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The camp is one or two weeks, June 17-21 and June 24-28, 9 am to 4 pm, with a public performance at the end of each week.  The camp costs $250 each week, free transportation is available on request.  To learn more, donate or volunteer, go to