ELKHART HAS TALENT
Bashor held it's annual Elkhart has Talent on August 9th at the Lerner Theater in Elkhart. To a crowd of over 300 people 8 different acts showcased their unique talents. From a harpist, to a dance couple, to a solo cuntry musician and everything in between the audience walked amazed at the level of talent in our local community.
Bashor Employee Recognized
Sean McCrindle, Vice President of Program Operations was recognized by the young professionals network of St. Joseph County as one of the top professionals under 40.
Sean's skill and compassion have resulted in a long list of promotions over the years: youth care worker, case manager, unit manager, therapist, program director, administrator and now vice president of program orerations. He has gained a reputation throughout the state for his belief in and his commitment to working with the most challenging of youth. He is a charismatic leader who inspires those around him. Sean is currently on the board of Clinton Christian School and is a Sunday school teacher at Maple City Chapel.
Bashor Children's Home welcomed Elkhart County Prosecuter Curtis Hill to it's campus on Tuesday May 1st. Curtis Hill arrived on campus at 4pm to hold a press conference
as he presented a $5,000.00 check to help support Teen Court. Three television stations and both local papers attended to cover the story. Links to articles and footage can be
seen below. Pictured below are County Commissioner Mike Yoder (left) Bashor President Don Phillips (middle)
and Elkhart County Prosecuter Curtis Hill (right)
Links to stories
Elkhart Truth http://www.etruth.com/article/20120502/NEWS01/705029919/0/FRONTPAGE