06
NOV
2013

1st Lt. Togi to be Honored at Wentworth Memorial Service on Sunday, November 10th

  Wentworth alumnus, First Lieutenant Jason P. Togi, was killed August 26, 2013 in Hasan Karez, Afghanistan, when enemy forces attacked his vehicle with a roadside bomb.   On Sunday, November 10th, 1st Lt. Togi will be memorialized in a ceremony at Wentworth Military Academy
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30
OCT
2013

Ike Skelton’s Funeral to be held at Wentworth

SKELTON VISITATION AND FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE HELD AT WENTWORTH MILITARY ACADEMY & COLLEGE Arrangements set for Visitation and Funeral Former Democratic Representative and Wentworth Alumnus, Congressman Ike Skelton passed away Monday at the age of 81. Wentworth Military Academy an
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29
OCT
2013

Former Congressman and Wentworth Alumnus Ike Skelton Passes Away at 81

Wentworth President’s Statement Former Democratic Representative and Wentworth Alumnus, Congressman Ike Skelton passed away yesterday at the age of 81. “The Wentworth family has lost a dear friend and a great alumnus,” said Colonel Mike Lierman, President of Wentworth Military Academy
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15
OCT
2013

2013 Homecoming a Big Success

Over 600 cadets, alumni, faculty, staff and friends gathered together to celebrate the 2013 Wentworth Military Academy and College homecoming. The 134th Corps of Cadets called upon many to join in the celebration of Norma Maring’s 80th birthday and made it one of the best homecoming w
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15
OCT
2013

Wentworth Cadets Volunteer Help Vets Reunion During Government Shutdown

     http://youtu.be/boflruAkXao The Veterans Group VMB 243 Association recently found themselves in a difficult situation. The government was shutdown and that made it very difficult for the reunion that they had scheduled. The Marine Corps Reserve Color Guard that was scheduled, was
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02
OCT
2013

Ike Skelton To Unveil New Memoir Oct. 10 At River Reader Books in Lexington, MO

“My name is Ike Skelton, and I am proud to be an American, a Missourian, a Democrat, and a resolute optimist. I’ve believed all my life that challenges are best met not with rancor or rhetoric but with grit and good cheer. . . . As a boy in Lexington, Missouri, I had dreamed of servin
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04
SEP
2013

Sounding of the Cannon for the 134th Corp of Cadets

On Monday, August 19, the new school year started at Wentworth with the Sounding of the Cannon. 230 cadets marched into the Chapel where they were joined by a crowd of faculty, staff, alumni, and community members. Local banker Terry Thompson provided them with a healthy dollop of adv
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04
SEP
2013

Homecoming 2013 – Bigger and Better, and a Birthday Party for Norma Maring!

How long has it been since you’ve been back to the Wentworth homecoming? This year promises to be extraordinary, so mark your calendar and make your plans to come back for homecoming,October 3 – 6, 2013. We will be celebrating Norma Maring’s 80th birthday, and welcoming ba
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04
SEP
2013

Life Insurance Gifts Make a Difference

In the past several months, Wentworth has received three generous gifts from alumni who had listed Wentworth as a beneficiary of their life insurance policies. These gifts, totaling almost $70,000, came from alumni who probably were never in a position to give a five-figure gift durin
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01
AUG
2013

The late Roger E. Slusher’s Book Released

The newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s pictorial history Images of America series is “Lexington.” The book, written by the late Roger E. Slusher, features more than 200 vintage images culled primarily from the Lexington Historical Association. Slusher, a long-time Lexington resid
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