Holiday in St. Joseph, was recently named winner in the Convenience Division in a competition of 15 stores by Coborn’s Inc., which evaluated all of its 120 retail locations to determine one location per division as the Location of the Year. The store is managed by Brian St. Onge. These locations were evaluated and scored based on three areas of criteria, consistent across divisions for 2013, including employee engagement, financial goals and the overall health of the location. Each of the winning locations received recognition at the company’s annual ESOP celebration, along with a plaque and cash prize.
Graduate student Stephen Danielson, St. Joseph, along with his team, won the best poster design prize for “D.A.R.T.”, “Designing Architecture for Resilience through Time.”
Stephen Danielson, St. Joseph, was part of a team of five graduate students in Iowa who won the best poster design prize related to renewable energy, climate change or environmental policy or planning for their poster, titled “D.A.R.T.: Designing Architecture for Resilience through Time,” at the Meeting the Renewable Energy Challenge Student Energy Expo at the University of Iowa, Iowa City on Oct. 15. The poster, designed in panels reminiscent of a comic book or graphic novel, the team’s poster depicts ‘D.A.R.T.’ as the hero of multipurpose design, climatic-responsive systems, on-site power generation, community relationship-building and passive design pitted against the villains of weather, solar radiation and economy. Danielson is a graduate student in architecture at Iowa State University, and, along with his team, will contribute to the publication of essays from the Sustainability and Green Architecture class.
All Saints football teams win in scrimmage
The All Saints Academy blue team played the gold team in football on Sept. 30. Fans such as fifth-grade teacher Tess Koltes said it didn’t matter who won the game, because no matter what, All Saints won the game. Pictured are players (left to right) Ryan Stoltz, Eli Ebel and Jimmy Young.