Really? A Supersonic Ping Pong Ball?
Seeing is believing....
Thanks to the Purdue College of Technology for prooving a ping-pong ball can in fact cut through a paddle, VHS tape, and even 6 empty Coke cans......nice work!
The 2013 New Chauncey Soup 'n Dance
Our 7th Annual NCNA Soup 'n Dance was a whole lot of fun for every one. One of the very thoughtful international students that attended the dance wrote:
I would like to convey my special thanks for the experience I was a part of today. I think I will speak for all of us international students that it was something never to forget. Special thanks also to the New Chauncey community for inviting us and having us be a part of their to their annual Soup and Dinner. Their hospitality was very heart-warming.
Looking forward to participating in more such experiences giving us insight into the American way of life!
It is especially heartwarming when we can have fun while building community with our student neighbors.
Tami Hammack organized the event and did a terrific job of organizing and inviting the neighborhood. The event once again went off without a hitch. Tami and her team treated us to a wonderful evening....
WREC's Cost-Share Program
Urban landowners in our area have a unique opportunity to improve water quality in the Wabash River. Landowners in Lafayette, West Lafayette and most of Tippecanoe County are eligible for assistance of up to 75% of the cost of design and installation of specific green practices. To learn more about our program download our brochure or visit www.TippEcoNow.com.
Urban projects WREC funds: Rain gardens, Rain barrels, Pervious pavement, Native plants, Trees, Bioswales, Green roofs, Stream bank stabilization, Turf to prairie conversion, Turf to tree conversion, and Infrastructure retrofits.
Technical assistance is free and is offered to urban landowners. Contact Sara Peel of the Wabash River Enhancement Corporation at 765-337-9100 or email@example.com to schedule your walk through. We continue to offer landowners an opportunity to schedule a property walk through to discuss potential projects. All requests will be honored on a first-come-first-served basis.