Nick is an RV Sales rep for Coachmen RV. Growing up never hearing about RVs he one day stumbled across Coachmen and decided to apply and thus RV Chronicles was born. However, Nick wasn't always in the business of selling dreams. Nick is a proud alumn of Purdue University. While at Purdue, Nick majored in Hospitality & Tourism Management with a minor in a great time. Quick shoutout to his sponsor Harry's Chocolate Shop. After graduation he accepted a job with a restaurant in Chattanooga, TN. Nick spent not 1 but 2 months there before moving back home. When asked about the day he left Nick said "It felt like I just moved in yesteday". Well, you're not too far off there guy. Nick, now an Uncle of 2, loves spending time with his family, friends, and going out on his boat.. spoiler alert ladies.. the boat is his parents. But nonetheless it's a boat. Nick has been applying to The Bachlorette for the past 3 years and really feels "this is his year". Nick is here to win and believes Laci is the perfect partner to do so with. If they do win, you can find them afterwards at 5 star acting like they just won the superbowl.
Nick would like to thank the Samaritan Center for all they do and allowing him to be apart of this special event.
Still Dancing in Elkhart is in its 11th season raising funds to support The Samaritan Center in Elkhart. The Center was founded by the First Presbyterian Church of Elkhart in 1972. It is the founding Center for the Solihten Institute (FKA The Samaritan Institute) and a network of 44 other Centers around the country. Still Dancing in Elkhart started during the Great Recession in 2009. It has brought financial healing to the Center and subsequent growth in serving the community.
The Center’s mission is to be the expression of the love of God by helping people under stress. The Center provides high level, spiritually integrated, mental health counseling to people of all ages, whatever their faith background might be.
This event will provide fee assistance to help ensure access for those who could otherwise not afford services. The success of this event is directly responsible for the Center growth in size and ministry over the last 10 years. In 2019 we expect to work with over 500 individuals, couples, and families and almost a third of them will have some level of fee assistance to support counseling hours.
Thank you for helping us make a difference in the lives of our neighbors.
|Derald & Cindy Bontrager||11/01/2019||$500.00||Alayna Frauhiger||11/01/2019||$100.00||Good Luck Nick !||Candi and Terry Kraus||11/01/2019||$100.00||Katie Burkert||11/01/2019||$50.00||Doug & Lisa Gaeddert||11/01/2019||$2,000.00||Curtis Gunter||11/01/2019||$1,000.00||Shawn Kaylor||11/01/2019||$700.00||Leonard Kibiloski||11/01/2019||$1,000.00||Matt Kibiloski||11/01/2019||$100.00||Fred Lands||11/01/2019||$150.00||Dean Leazenby||11/01/2019||$50.00||Frank Lucchese||11/01/2019||$2,000.00||Colin M Dechant||11/01/2019||$200.00||Chris Mcdonough||11/01/2019||$1,000.00||Mike McGraw||11/01/2019||$100.00||John Mohamed||11/01/2019||$200.00||Christina Pairitz||11/01/2019||$250.00||Nicholas Simeri||11/01/2019||$300.00||Karen & David Smith||11/01/2019||$1,000.00||Amanda Stukel||11/01/2019||$20.00||Randy Stukel||11/01/2019||$200.00||Bill Stutzman||11/01/2019||$6,231.00||Cassondra Terlep||11/01/2019||$250.00||Michael A. Terlep||11/01/2019||$5,000.00||Mike & Mary Wain||11/01/2019||$250.00||Adam Zimmerman||11/01/2019||$250.00||Anonymous Friend||10/17/2019||$540.00|