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If you have questions regarding any of these events please contact
Shirley Lautenbach at 698-9244 or ministrysl@yahoo.com.

*Member Event refund policy*
For half-day events: no refund

For one-day events:
50% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 25 days or more before event;
25% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 16-24 days before event.
No refund will be issued 1-15 days before event.


For multiple-day trips:
No refund of deposit.
50% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 16-30 days before event.
No refund for a cancellation made 1-15 days before event.


Tuesday, April 29 - Friday, May 2: A Trip Into History

Join CALL members and their friends as we travel back into history and experience our country's fight at Gettysburg for the preservation of the union, the Civil War Museum in Harrisburg and Moses and the people of Israel and their struggle for freedom.

We will watch the dramatic presentation of "Moses," - the parting of the Red Sea, the Burning Bush, the Plagues and the Ten Commandments. The greatest epic of the Old Testament comes into life in the presentation of "Moses" at the Sight and Sound stage in Lancaster. "Moses" is a journey back through time. Relive the golden splendor and pride of ancient Egypt, the poverty and pride of the Hebrew slaves and the humble broken man that God raised up to become their deliverer. Walk with Moses and the children of Israel as they struggle for faith, freedom and belonging.

Experience the struggle of our country to preserve the Union at the Civil War Museum in Harrisburg and the Gettysburg battlefield. The National Civil War Museum encompasses the emotion of the American people as a time line from the issues staining the nation through the war to the conclusion at Appomattox. Nowhere can you find a better understanding of the Civil War, and its effects on the nation or on its people.

The Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War, the Union
Victory that ended Robert E. Lee's second and most ambitious invasion of the north. It was also the inspiration for President Abraham's immortal "Gettysburg Address." We will have a park guide give us a presentation on the battle and a guided tour of the battlefield area.

On our return home we will visit the Flight 93 National Monument.

Cost $510 per person (double occupancy).
Cost includes transportation, lodging,all fees, three dinners, three lunches and three breakfasts.
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014: Purdue Varsity Men’s Glee Club- No Waitlist- Call to add your name!

This event was so well received this year and many people have asked us to include the Purdue Varsity men’s Glee Club in our events for 2014. The Glee Club is a widely acclaimed musical group that has inspired audiences on nine European tours and has performed at five presidential inaugurations. This dynamic musical troupe employs a versatile repertoire including gospel, classical choir selections, familiar opera choruses and much more. They utilize small groups and outstanding soloists to further enhance their performance. We will have lunch at the center, where a glee club member(s) will be at each table to
talk about the history and rules of the glee club.
Plan now to attend this outstanding musical performance. The cost is $95.00/person and includes deluxe motor coach, coffee and rolls, lunch and the concert. A $30.00/person deposit will confirm your reservation. Balance of $65.00 is due April 1, 2014.

 

Wednesday, May 21, 2014: CALL Annual Luncheon

Enjoy a celebration of another astounding year with CALL. All CALL members are invited to participate in this annual luncheon at the Prince Center. The doors will open at 11:15. New members as of September 2013 are invited to come early from 10:30-11:15 to mingle with board members and other new members in the Fireside Room of the Prince Conference Center.

The luncheon is offered at a cost of $10 per person and will feature apple marinated pork tenderloin.  We will provide a few updates to our program during this event and special entertainment will be provided by both our Brass Ensemble Band as well as a performance by the Master Arts Traveling Troupe titled “All I Need to Know I learned in Kindergarten.”

Based on Robert Fulghum's best-selling books, Kindergarten takes a funny, insightful, heartwarming look at what is profound in everyday life. This tightly woven adaptation has earned standing ovations from Singapore to Prague; from L.A. to D.C. It's theatrical storytelling in revue format, with monologues, dialogues, and multiple voice narration, which provides fluidity, charm, and emotional texture. The delightful stories feature colorful characters such as: a shy little boy who insists on playing the "pig" in his class production of Cinderella and steals the show; a "mother of the bride" who's staged a perfect wedding, until the bowling ball of fate rolls down the aisle; and a modern-day Greek philosopher who finds the meaning of life in a piece of broken mirror from World War II. These stories celebrate our very existence, from the whimsy of childhood to the wisdom of old age.

Cost: $10 per person, CALL Members only.

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014, 8:00AM: The Tigers and the Dodgers

This promises to be a great game - 1:00 pm at the ball park. The Detroit Tigers and the Los Angeles Dodgers are rated as two of the better teams in the American and National leagues. Our seats are in the lower level on the first base side. Enjoy your day at the park with a complimentary Hot Dog and pop.

We will have coffee and rolls enroute to the game. Snacks provided on the way home.

This event is for CALL members and their friends. Invite your grandchildren and enjoy a day at the stadium.

Cost $85.00. Questions - call. Don Lautenbach. 698-9244

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Thursday, July 24, 2014, The Best of Warsaw

Warsaw is the Orthopedic capital of the world. We will tour the Orthopedic company and be briefed on the history of the industry. We will see how a hip is replaced and learn about the products that can bring a new spring into your step. Next we will have a special tour of the Hudson Gallery of Art and meet Robert Hudson. He will entertain us with stories of his adventures and paintings. After a full buffet luncheon at Teel's Family restaurant we will enjoy "Fiddler on the Roof" at the Wagon Wheel theater -a theater in the round. "Fiddler on the Roof" is set in a Jewish village in Russia in 1905. Considered a classical musical it depicts the struggles of families who attempt to survive in a hostile world, still holding true to their tradition. The show includes the beautiful songs, "Tradition", "Matchmaker, Matchmaker", "If I Were a RichMan" and "Sunrise, Sunset."

Price - $85.00. Includes bus, musical play, coffee and rolls, all admission costs and snacks on the way home. ( Questions – call. Shirley Lautenbach. 698-9244)

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Thursday, August 7, 2014, 8:00AM: A Day at Shipshewana

Our day begins with a visit to the Mennonite - Hof museum. This museum's beautiful environment offers a window into the faith and life of the Mennonites and Amish in north-central Indiana, one of the world's largest Anabaptist communities. After the museum we will visit the popular E&B outlet store. A visit to the mall and their unique stores will give you time for lunch on your own.

In the afternoon we will enjoy the new musical "Josiah for President." This is the story of an Amish man's run to become president of the United States. "Josiah for President" is a compelling tale of an unlikely friendship, and an even more unlikely agreement. Heartwarming and funny, this musical, will leave you cheering for the underdog, while believing there is still hope for America's future. After the play we will enjoy an Amish dinner including their home made pie.

Cost - $79.00. ( Questions – call. Shirley Lautenbach. 698-9244)

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Saturday, September 27, 2014, A Dutch Festival at Elim

Enjoy a day with the"Dutch" on the campus of Elim Christian Services. The day will begin with a parade and opening ceremonies. Special groups will be providing entertainment throughout the day. The Dutch Village will feature Bloemen (flowers), Geschenken (gifts), Delft (Dutch pottery and decor), Bakkerji (bakery), Farmer's Market and many more Dutch specialities. Special foods for your enjoyment are Banket, Hutspot (beef and potatoes), Oliebollen, Rodekool (red cabbage), Saucijzebroodjes (pigs-in-the-blanket) and Erwtensoep (pea soup).

Enjoy the color, festivities, good food, entertainment and shopping in a Dutch atmosphere on the beautiful Elim campus. A special feature will be a guided tour of Elim for our group. Coffee and rolls are provided on our way to Chicago.

Cost - $49.00 ( Questions – call. Shirley Lautenbach. 698-9244)

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If you have questions regarding any of these events please contact
Shirley Lautenbach at 698-9244 or ministrysl@yahoo.com.

*Member Event refund policy*
For half-day events: no refund


For one-day events:
50% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 25 days or more before event;
25% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 16-24 days before event.
No refund will be issued 1-15 days before event.


For multiple-day trips:
No refund of deposit.
50% refund will be issued for a cancellation made 16-30 days before event.
No refund for a cancellation made 1-15 days before event.