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Little Shirley Hershey, named for a movie star, grew up with her nose pressed to the window of the glittering world Three locations shaped her a family farm, a country school, and Lititz Mennonite Church She later became a college president and then a foundation executive, but the rosy cheeked, barefoot farm girl never quite disappeared As Willa Cather said, Most of thLittle Shirley Hershey, named for a movie star, grew up with her nose pressed to the window of the glittering world Three locations shaped her a family farm, a country school, and Lititz Mennonite Church She later became a college president and then a foundation executive, but the rosy cheeked, barefoot farm girl never quite disappeared As Willa Cather said, Most of the basic material a writer works with is acquired before the age of fifteen This childhood memoir tells the story of a girl who might have left the church but found another way.
Shirley Hershey Showalter
Find me on my FB author page facebook ShirleyHersh Shirley Hershey Showalter grew up on a family dairy farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and went on to become the president of Goshen College and a foundation executive at The Fetzer Institute The word pioneer best describes Shirley Hershey Showalter s career She was the first person on either side of her family to attend college She was the first woman president of Goshen College, she helped the Fetzer Institute pioneer a unique mission fostering awareness of the power of love and forgiveness in the foundation world, and now she has written BLUSH A MENNONITE GIRL MEETS THE GLITTERING WORLD book show 17Shirley has always loved teaching and learning After graduating from Eastern Mennonite University in 1970 and teaching high school English for two years at Harrisonburg Virginia High School, she entered graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin, from which she received the Ph.D in American Civilization in 1980 She joined the Goshen College faculty in 1976, becoming professor of English in 1989 She published numerous articles and personal essays, not only in her field of early 20th century American literature but also in spirituality, higher education, and leadership She also won the Sears Roebuck Teaching Excellence and Community Leadership Award.In April of 1996, Showalter was named the 14th president of Goshen College and served there until November 1, 2004 During those years, she was awarded the John S and James L Knight Presidential Leadership Award and other honors The endowment grew from 46 million to 90 million a 24 million music center was erected and many improvements were made to the campus After intensive community dialogues, the college established core values and a strategic plan for the next decade.On November 1, 2004, Showalter joined the Fetzer Institute as Vice President Programs She helped the Institute organize its staff and program around three areas individual and community transformation, science and spirituality, and communication and outreach She is now a writer, blogger, and consultant living in Harrisonburg, VA She is the mother of two adult children and grandmother of two little ones She and her husband Stuart spent the 2011 2012 academic year taking care of grandson Owen while living in Brooklyn, NY Most of her memoir was written in Brooklyn She revised her manuscript In Virginia while gazing at the Allegheny mountains which extend northward into Pennsylvania, the land of her birth Shirley can be reached through her website shirleyshowalter, where other material for individuals, book clubs, Sunday school classes related to her memoir Blush can be found.
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Title: ✓ Blush || ☆ PDF Read by ✓ Shirley Hershey Showalter