• Nando Kasteleijn

Nando Kasteleijn

Student Communication

 
  • Erwin van de Zande

Erwin van de Zande

Student Communication

 
  • Jeanine Muijs

Jeanine Muijs

Student Nursery

 

Program

The draft version of the program

Wednesday, January 8
3:30pm     
Pick up at Newark Airport
7:30pm Dutch students arrive. Meeting with hosts in "Jordan" 159 
8:00pm Basketball Game at Brubaker
Thursday, January 9
10am!!! John Bechtold lecture on American Culture in Kline 113
1pm
Meeting about Projects & Hypotheses in Kline 113
2pm Vans to Weis Market 
4pm Debriefing Time in Kline 113 (debriefing led by Jan Lok)
Friday, January 10
1pm
Depart Eisenhower Circle for WITF public media center
www.witf.org/‎ 
3:30pm Depart WITF for Farm Show - http://www.farmshow.state.pa.us/
Dinner on your own at Farm Show
7pm
Depart Farm Show for Messiah College
Saturday, January 11
7:30am!! Depart Eisenhower Circle for Philadelphia (return approx. 8pm)
8:00pm Messiah Men's Basketball Game, in Brubaker
Sunday, January 12
10:30am Depart (in Eisenhower Circle) to attend West Shore Evangelical Free Church http://www.westshorefree.com/
  Lunch in homes of West Shore members, who will drop you off at Campus, somewhere in the afternoon
Monday, January 13
9:00am Dutch students participate in Working Internationally class  (Jordan 161)
12:15pm Depart Eisenhower Circle for Martin’s Famous Pastry Shoppes www.potatorolls.com
  On the way back a small tour through the battlefields of Gettysburg
(return on Campus approx. 5:30pm)
Tuesday, January 14
1:00pm Tour to Visitor Center at Gettysburg (just for volunteers)
http://www.nps.gov/gett/planyourvisit/visitorcenters.htm
8pm Vespers chapel service  in Parmer Hall in the High Center for Performing Arts (45 minutes)
Wednesday, January 15
1pm
Depart Eisenhower Circle for Pollack Center for Industrial Training http://www.cparc.org/Pages/Pollock_Center.html
Afterwards Visit “the Carlisle Pike” - Wegmans & Wal-Mart (return approx. 5pm)
www.wegmans.com/  & www.walmart.com/
Evening Meeting with Messiah students, interested to come to CHE, January 2015  (location Kline 113)
Thursday, January 16
9:30am Orientation to the Amish with John Bechtold. Location: Kline 113
11:30am Depart Eisenhower Circle for Lancaster County and the Amish including dinner at an Amish farm
Friday, January 17 
12:15pm Depart Eisenhower Circle for Four Seasons Produce (return approx.. 4:15pm) www.fsproduce.com/
 4:30pm  Debriefing in Kline 113, together with Kor & Jan
Saturday, January 18
7:30am!!! Depart Eisenhower Circle for Washington D.C.
We probably start with Arlington National Military Cemetery
http://www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/
  Dinner stop on the way back at Mountain Gate Family Restaurant (return approx. 9pm)
Sunday, January 19
?? Attend church with Messiah hosts or friends (so, make some...)
Monday, January 20
?? Service projects in Harrisburg for Martin Luther King Day
Details to be announced 
 6:00pm  Pizza meeting with the students of the Agape Center in Issakar Loft. Subject: Faith & Serving
Tuesday, January 21
8:00am Dutch students participate in Working Internationally class  (role play job interviews with American students) in Jordan 161
10:15-11:45 Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Chapel, Common Chapel in Brubaker Auditorium
and lunch
7pm
Chapel with Dutch and American Students
Wednesday, January 22
 ?? Harrisburg and PA Capital. http://www.pacapitol.com/
Q & A with a Representative
6pm
Farewell Dinner in Hostetter Chapel Fellowship Hall
8pm

MLK Celebration in Larsen Student Union http://www.messiah.edu/offices/intercultural/multicultural-programs/mlk/wednesday_events.html

Thursday, January 23
8:30am Breakfast for some of the Dutch students, together with Harmen van Wijnen and Ton Bestebreur (President & Vice-president of CHE)
location: the Falcons
9:45am Departure for Newark and ... home