July 19, 2018

Children, obey your parents in the LORD, for this is right. “Honor your father and mother”-which is the first commandment with a promise- “so that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth.” Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the LORD.

Ephesians 6:1-4

NEWS

On July 11, professors Larry Mylin, John Harms, Rick Schaeffer, Jesse Kleingardner and Roseann Sachs accompanied 11 biochemistry, chemistry and biology majors to the 9th Annual Disappearing Boundaries Summer Research Meeting at Albright College. This meeting is held mid-summer and provides local college students a chance to present their summer research and receive informal feedback and new ideas regarding their projects. Students in attendance this year were Tori Isley, Josiah Nisly, Hannah Martin, Chelsea Sommerville, Jordan Sponsler, Rebekah Jones, Matt Darok, Tina Perez, Justin Sweitzer, Andrew LaRow and Daniel Fliehler.

MESSIAH 411

Mindful marketing tip: Did you know…

…That we have a visual identity quick guide brochure to help remind you how to use our logos and all of the new downloadable assets? To request your copy of the brochure, please email design@messiah.edu, let us know how many you’d like and we’ll send them to you via inter-office mail.

New blog site launched for couples raising a child with a disability

Some of you know our daughter Mary and know how God has used her tremendously to shape our lives. We know the joys she has brought us, but we also know that having a child with disabilities puts a lot of strain on a marriage. For that reason, Laurie and I have launched a blog/ministry to give hope and encouragement to other couples in our situation. Check out our web site www.OurSpecialMarriage.com and feel free to encourage others who might benefit from our site to do the same. – Brian Nejmeh

Windows 10 update required

This is for employees that currently have Windows 10 (Windows 10 has a white flag in the bottom left corner.) Because Microsoft is now doing Windows 10 updates every 12 to 18 months, we need to do what they call a Feature 10 Update, which is a lot bigger than a normal Windows update. How do you know if you need this update? After determining that you have Windows 10, you will go to the Start button, then select Settings (little gear icon) > System > About. If the version is NOT 1803, you will need to run this update. We will have this Feature update available in Microsoft Software Center for you to install starting today and going through Aug. 6. On Aug. 7, this Feature Update will install on your machine automatically, if you have not done so already. Once it is done installing, it will ask you to restart, or it may restart your machine automatically. During the installation, you may continue to work on your machine. After restarting, you may have a 15 to 30 minute time period that you will be unable to do any work on your machine. You may see your machine restart multiple times and will know when it is done, when it comes back to the login screen. After you login, it will run through several screens saying it is setting up Windows for you. This may take approximately five minutes. After that is done, you should be good to go. We recommend you do this Feature 10 Update while on campus with a wired network connection. If you are unable complete this update while on campus, you may connect to OpenVPN and run the install that way, but it will take considerably longer to do so. For more details on this installation process go to this ITS Blog post: http://blogs.messiah.edu/its/archives/9348 Please remember to check the computers assigned to student employees.

CLASSIFIEDS

Job opportunities:

The Department of Human Resources and Compliances has an opening for a part time human resource assistant. For additional information and to apply, please visit:

http://jobs.messiah.edu/postings/13353

Job-related questions may be directed to Inger Blount, director of human resources, at iblount@messiah.edu.

The Department of Facility Services has an opening for a full time, 2nd shift, general maintenance mechanic (preventative). For additional information and to apply, please visit:

http://jobs.messiah.edu/postings/13327

Job related questions may be directed to Dan Smith, facility maintenance service manager, at dsmith@messiah.edu.

 

For sale:

Active beehive for sale. 1 Screened bottom board, 1 deep brood box with 10 frames full of bees, honey and brood. 1 medium brood box with 10 frames of drawn comb covered with bees. 1 cover. This started as a split 6 weeks ago with 2 frames each of honey and brood. The hive has been treated for Veroa mites. $280, you need to pick it up. bbrubake@messiah.edu

Just in time for your beach vacation: Two BodyGlove skim boards for sale. Lightly used. $15 /each or best offer. Contact Susan at sgetty@messiah.edu.

House for sale. Two-story, 4 bedrooms, two full and one half bath, full basement, and two car garage house on ½ acre. HVAC, LP gas hot water. Also has gas fireplace in family room; internet, TV, & phone access in all rooms. All appliances stay. Located at: 2 Summit Drive, Dillsburg, PA (Northern School District) – across N. Grantham Rd. from the Starry Athletic Fields Complex. For more information email: wmcdermo@messiah.edu or call 717-697-1766.

For rent:

Single person apartment, one mile from Messiah College. Available Aug. 1 with a one-year lease. All utilities, cable TV, and Internet included in rent. Contact Les Weiand, weiand@messiah.edu, extension 2901, or cell/text 717-574-3278.

For rent in Grantham. Second floor, 2 bedroom apartment. 706 Grantham Rd. $640, electricity, water. Available August 1. Contact Dale Fogelsanger at dfogelsa@messiah.edu or 717-623-0735.

FREE:

Clarion yearbooks. Available extra copies of the Messiah College Clarion Yearbook for 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2011. Contact baumen@messiah.edu.

Yard sale:

Brindle Farms neighborhood yard sale. Brindle and Clouser Roads, Mechanicsburg. Sat., July 28, 8 a.m.–2 p.m. baby/toddler items (toys, clothes, equipment – strollers, crib, changing table), twin bed frame, adult clothing, jigsaw puzzles, crafts, costume jewelry, dishes, kitchen items, home decor, Morris chair, gas weedeater, 4 Bridgestone tires 225/65r17, Saturn convertible cover, collectibles – glassware, dishes, albums, postcards and much more. For more information contact Ashley Ringquist at aringquist@messiah.edu

 

 

 

 

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