BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME: Calendar | Ohio Christian University PRODID:-//Drupal iCal API//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.7834.field_date.0.0 SUMMARY:Mid Term Grades Due DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150302Z DTEND:20150303Z URL;VALUE=URI: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.7757.field_date.0.1 SUMMARY:Saving Our Communities: Drug Education Conference for Pastors DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150304T150000Z DTEND:20150304T203000Z URL;VALUE=URI: DESCRIPTION:.... Helping Pastors and the Local Church to be equipped to reach people in\n need.\n \n /Sponsored by the Ohio Christian University Department of Psychology and the \n School of Business and Government in cooperation with Ohio Attorney General \n Mike DeWine./\n \n Drug abuse and addiction is a mushrooming problem in the Nation and our \n State. It impacts people in all walks of life and all levels of society and \n economic standing. There is one entity that is uniquely positioned to reach \n into all of these levels to bring light and healing. That is the Church.\n \n //The drug epidemic is all around us\, even in the best of families. This \n video gives a glimpse at the heartbreak and heartache of losing a child to \n heroin. This is "Marin's Story: The Battle Against Heroin."//\n \n Ohio Christian University and the Attorney General of the State of Ohio are \n teaming up to reach out to Pastors and their congregations to aid them to \n discover how they can help in the effort to change the lives of those so \n affected. This conference will provide a new perspective for Pastors as they \n hear from Law enforcement\, Counselors\, educators and fellow pastors with new \n insights into what their Church can do to bring the light.\n \n /Who should Attend? Pastors\, Lay-ministers\, parishioners involved in \n substance abuse related ministries./\n \n -------- FEATURED SPEAKERS ---------------------------------------------------\n \n This one day conference will feature these experts:\n \n Attorney General Mike DeWine\n \n Attorney General DeWine is working to rebuild Ohio’s neighborhoods and has \n devoted resources to fighting Ohio’s prescription drug abuse and heroin \n problems.\n  \n \n Keynote: Charles E. Russell\, MD\n \n Appointed to The Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives of Ohio \n Governor John R Kasich\, Dr. Russell is double board certified in Addiction \n Medicine and Emergency Medicine.\n \n Pickaway County Sheriff Robert Radcliffe\n \n Sheriff Radcliff currently serves on the Executive Board of the Local \n Emergency Planning Committee\, Member of the Community Corrections Board.\n \n Fairfield County Sheriff Dave Phalen\n \n Sheriff of Fairfield County. Columbus Police Lieutenant – Narcotics \n Bureau/Patrol Division. Phalen has taught classes on police ethics.\n \n Dr. James Smith\, OCU Professor: Chemical Dependency\n \n Smith is a Supervising Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC-S)\, Licensed \n Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor (LICDC) and Fellow in the American \n Association of Pastoral Counselors as well as an Elder in the U.M. Church.\n \n Rev. Barry Bennett\, Director Pickaway Area Recovery Services\n \n Bennett is a Counseling Supervisor in Chemical Dependency Counseling \n (LICDC-CS)\, an Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist (OCPS-I)\, and an Elder in \n the U.M. Church.\n \n Rev. Greg Delaney\, Pastor\, Executive Director Jeremiah Tree\n \n Freedom Pastor for AHOP Ministries\, Executive Director of the Jeremiah Tree \n and founder of Freedom Recovery Ministries.\n \n Apostle Juan Woods\n \n Senior Pastor of Triumphant Christian Center in Columbus\, Ohio. Pastor Juan \n was ordained Apostle in 2008 by LaFayette Scales\, Apostle of Rhema Christian \n Center.\n \n Rev. Tom Thompson- Founder of the Refuge\n \n Rev. Tom Thompson is founder of The Refuge\, a faith based alcohol and drug \n addiction treatment facility for men 18 year and older.\n \n Rev. Tim Throckmorton- Senior Pastor\, Crossroads Church “Overcomers” \n Ministry\n \n Tim Throckmorton is the Pastor of Crossroads Church in Circleville Ohio. He \n is the former Executive Pastor of the Plymouth Heights Church of the Nazarene \n in Franklin Furnace Ohio and the Portsmouth First Church of the Nazarene in \n Portsmouth Ohio.\n \n  \n \n -------- SCHEDULE ------------------------------------------------------------\n \n 9 AM: Session One: “Convincing of the Problem.” Awareness & Education\n \n AG’s office and law enforcement will present the problem from their local \n and state perspective.\n \n 10:45: Session Two: “Capturing the Hearts”\n \n Dr. Chuck Russell will present from a physician’s addictions expert \n perspective and provide scriptural basis for the problem.\n \n Noon Lunch\n \n Light lunch will be provided.\n \n 12:45: Session Three: “Community Solution”\n \n Rev. Greg Delaney: Learning What is Possible- How Your Church Can Minister to \n These Folks. Engage in a panel discussion with Rev. Delaney\, Rev. Barry \n Bennett\, Rev. Tim Throckmorton\, Rev. Tom Thompson\, and Rev. Juan Woods. \n Conference participants will be provided insight and solutions by those that \n are working in this area with their congregations. Expect tools to work with \n in solving this problem in your community.\n \n 2:30: Dismissal\n \n  \n \n   END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.8031.field_date.0.2 SUMMARY:OCU President Hosts Trip to Israel DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150306Z DTEND:20150316Z URL;VALUE=URI: DESCRIPTION:Trip to Israel is postponed until further notice. Details will be posted here \n when it is rescheduled.\n \n Make plans to join President Mark Smith this year\, as he and a team return to \n the Holy Land of Israel. \n \n /Jerusalem Sites/\n \n * Holocaust Museum (Yad Vashem)\n * Mt. of Olives\n * Palm Sunday Road\n * Gethsemane\n * House of Caiaphas \n * Upper Room\n * Western Wall\n * Via Dolorosa\n * Garden Tomb\n \n //\n \n  \n \n /Galilee Sites/\n \n * Mt. of Beautitudes\n * Capernaum\n * Ancient Boat\n * Valley of Tears\n * Caesarea Philippi\n * Lebanon\, Syria Border and Bunker\n \n /Judean Desert Sites/\n \n * Qumran\n * Masada\n * Swim in the Dead Sea\n \n /Jezreel Valley Sites/\n \n * The Valley of Armageddon \n * Megiddo \n * Caesarea by the Sea\n * Roman Aquaduct\n * Ancient City of Joppa\n \n -------- PACKAGES ------------------------------------------------------------\n \n *Land & Air Fare Package:* $4\,499.00/person Double Occupancy from New York \n City. /This price is guaranteed through August 31\, 2014./\n \n *Land Package Only*: $3\,499.00/person. Double Occupancy\n \n .... *Included in Price of Tour*\n \n * Round trip airfare from New York City\n * Entrance fees to all sites\n * Transfer/Portage to and from hotels/airports\n * Sightseeing by deluxe motor coach\n * 3 meals per day (beverages not included)\n * Deluxe hotel accommodations\n * All taxes and tips\n * Professional English speaking guides\n \n   END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.7835.field_date.0.3 SUMMARY:Spring Break - No Classes (Traditional Undergraduate) DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150309Z DTEND:20150314Z URL;VALUE=URI: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.9085.field_date.0.4 SUMMARY:Institutional ACT Testing DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150321T134500Z DTEND:20150321T180000Z URL;VALUE=URI: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.4213.field_date.0.5 SUMMARY:Dinner Concert with the Collingsworth Family and The Guardians DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150321T224500Z DTEND:20150321T224500Z URL;VALUE=URI: DESCRIPTION:Join us for a dinner and gospel concert with the Collingsworth Family and The \n Guardians!\n \n .... Ticketing Options\n \n * *$35 *for the concert and dinner\n * *$15 *for the concert only (balcony seating)\n \n .... Buy online [1] or call 740-420-5903 today!\n \n /Doors open at 5:00pm for dinner concert and at 6:30pm for concert only. /\n \n /Dinner begins at 5:45pm\, and concert begins at 6:45 pm/\n \n -------- MENU* ---------------------------------------------------------------\n \n * Premium Buffet\n * Salad\n * Two meat selections (one meat at carving station)\n * Two side dishes\n * Two Vegetable side dishes\n * Dinner roll and dessert\n * Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee\, Hot and Iced Tea\, Iced Water\n \n /*Menu is subject to change./\n \n  \n \n \n [1] END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.9144.field_date.0.6 SUMMARY:The Carillon Brass DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150324T000000Z DTEND:20150324T010000Z URL;VALUE=URI: DESCRIPTION:The Music Department of Ohio Christian University and the Pickaway County \n Community Foundation are proud to present the Carillon Brass Quintet in \n concert on Monday\, March 23 at 7 p.m. in Detty Chapel. Because of a generous \n grant by the Pickaway County Community Foundation the concert is free\, but \n tickets are required. Tickets may be reserved by calling the Music Department \n at 740420-5905. Limited seating is available\, so come early to secure your \n seat. If you have any questions you may contact the music department at \n [1]. or by phone at 740-420-5905.\n \n ------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n -------- THE CARILLON BRASS --------------------------------------------------\n \n The Carillon Brass consists of five talented brass players with a wide \n variety of experience\, significant careers\, and a love of brass music in all \n forms and styles.\n \n * The Carillon Brass has performed in major U.S. brass festivals in France\,\n Hong Kong\, Australia and community artist series throughout the\n mid-west. \n * The Carillon Brass performs over 150 educational concerts\, clinics\, and\n masterclasses each year\, and has been chosen to participate in the U.S.\n State Departments’ ensemble touring program.\n \n Equally at home in community artists series\, chamber music concerts\, young \n person’s concerts\, or orchestral appearances\, The Carillon Brass can \n provide just the right musical environment to fit the occasion. Programs \n available from The Carillon Brass include:\n \n /A Carillon Brass Christmas/\n \n /Concert & Recitals: Classics in Brass/\n \n /On Orchestral Showcase/\n \n /A Young Person’s Guide to the Brass Family/\n \n /New Directions in Brass: Music of Our Time/\n \n Charles Pagnard and Alan Siebert\, trumpets\, provide the brilliant high \n sonorities for the The Carillon Brass. Charlie\, after receiving the M.M. \n degree in trumpet performance from Eastman School of Music\, came to the \n Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra in 1982. He is active as extra trumpet for the \n Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and is associate professor of music at \n Cedarville College. Alan joined The Brass after playing principal trumpet \n with the San Diego Symphony Orchestra and teaching at Michigan State \n University. In addition to playing with the Dayton Philharmonic\, Alan teaches \n at The College Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati.\n \n Richard Chenowith\, hornist\, provides the beautiful middle register of the The \n Carillon Brass. Richards holds the first DMA horn performance degree ever \n awarded by the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and is associate \n professor of music at the University of Dayton. In addition to his position \n as co-principal horn of the Dayton Philharmonic\, he is active as a clinician \n and soloist. During the summers\, he performs with the Santa Fe Opera.\n \n Walt Oliver\, trombone\, and Steven Winteregg\, tuba\, provides a sonorous and \n resonant foundation to the Carillon Brass. Walt graduated magna cum laude \n from the College Conservatory with a master’s degree in performance\, and \n has played with the Cleveland Opera and Ballet Orchestras. He is currently on \n the faculty of the University of Dayton. Steve holds a DMA in composition \n from Ohio State University and is internationally recognized as a composer. \n He teaches at Wittenberg University and has won numerous awards from ASCAP \n and the International Horn Society.\n \n \n [1] END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.8991.field_date.0.7 SUMMARY:Preview Day for the Traditional Undergraduate Program DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150326T144500Z DTEND:20150326T190000Z URL;VALUE=URI: DESCRIPTION:Join us for this Preview Day to experience what it would be like to be a \n student on campus at Ohio Christian University. The day will include a \n presentation by staff and students\, a chapel service with the student body\, \n lunch in the new cafeteria\, an exploration session to meet faculty and \n coaches\, and a campus tour.\n \n *The day will begin at 9:45 a.m. in the Welcome Center in Johnson \n Hall.*  Download a campus map [1] or get directions [2].\n \n \n [1]\n [2] END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.1841.field_date.1.8 SUMMARY:March Financial Aid DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150331Z DTEND:20150401Z RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;INTERVAL=1;UNTIL=20180105T055959Z;WKST=SU URL;VALUE=URI: DESCRIPTION:-------- NEW STUDENTS -------------------------------------------------------\n \n Continuing Students: March 15th is Ohio Christian University's priority \n deadline to complete the FAFSA. Some Federal grants are awarded on a first \n come\, first served basis. HURRY! MONEY IS BEING AWARDED FAST! \n \n Please Note: The Church Matching Grant Form [1] is only available to \n Traditional Undergraduate Students only.\n \n \n [1] Matching Grant Form2.pdf END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.7836.field_date.0.9 SUMMARY:Easter Break - No Classes (Traditional Undergraduate) DTSTAMP:20150301T090014Z DTSTART:20150403Z DTEND:20150407Z URL;VALUE=URI: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR