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John Luke The Times Cereal, Central Elementary School, Portage

Students and teachers at Central Elementary School in Portage line the hallways as they watch breakfast cereal boxes fall in a domino-like effect following a three-week period of collecting the donaed food to benefit the Portage Township Food Pantry.

John Luke, The Times PNW commencement

PNW graduates pose for photos before receiving their diplomas Saturday morning in Hammond.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times PNW commencement

Nearly 700 PNW graduates crossed the stage during the school’s morning and afternoon commencement ceremonies Saturday in Hammond.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times PNW commencement

Commencement speaker Stewart McMillan, middle, stands at the podium in front of several hundred PNW graduates, faculty and guests on Saturday morning.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times PNW commencement

In an effort to keep graduates socially distanced, chalk lines spaced 3 feet apart were drawn on the pavement of PNW’s parking lot prior to the school’s morning commencement ceremony on Saturday.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times Ivy Tech commencement

Spring graduates from Ivy Tech Community College sit with umbrellas during their commencement ceremony Saturday at U.S. Steel Yard in Gary.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times Ivy Tech commencement

Ivy Tech graduates wait on the main concourse of U.S. Steel Yard before heading on field for their commencement ceremony in Gary on Saturday.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times Ivy Tech commencement

With umbrellas in hand, Ivy Tech graduates sit along the third base line at U.S. Steel Yard on Saturday during their commencement ceremony.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times Ivy Tech commencement

An Ivy Tech graduate makes his way from right field to the main concourse at U.S. Steel Yard in Gary ahead of the school’s commencement ceremony on Saturday afternoon.

Joe Ruffalo, The Times Hammond High alumni take tours around the building

George Tanasijecich (1979) checks out the trophy display case at Hammond High. Tanasijecich traveled all the way from Singapore to tour the school one last time.

John J. Watkins, The Times Hammond High alumni take tours around the building

Barney Walker (1964) and Rhoelle Blackmon (1959) chat before taking a tour of the new Hammond Central High School.

John J. Watkins, The Times Hammond High alumni take tours around the building

Raymond Stephens and his wife Julia Kohut Stephens are wheeled through the Hammond High hallways by Hammond High students Joshua Coggins, left, and Miguel Bernardo. The Stephens are both from the Class of 1945.

John J. Watkins, The Times Hammond High alumni take tours around the building

Greg Hernandez (1974) and Joan Hlinka search through old trophies at Hammond High. Hlinka did not go to Hammond High, but was looking for things of her parents.

John J. Watkins, The Times COVID-19: Hoosiers We’ve Lost Al Braccolino

Name: Al Braccolino

City/Town: Crown Point

Age: 90

Died: Nov. 26

“I’ll see you in heaven.”

It was the last thing Al Braccolino, 90, of Crown Point, told one of his daughters as paramedics loaded him into an ambulance Nov. 16. COVID-19 forced him into the final fight of his life.

Ten days later, the chair Al usually occupied at the Thanksgiving table would sit empty. The husband to his wife of 70 years, father of three and grandfather of six died on the holiday.

Al’s daughter, Sandra Noe, was herself suffering from COVID-19, which she contracted while caring for her sick parents, when the virus forced Al’s hospitalization.

Noe, 66, is no stranger to helping elderly shut-ins weather isolation.

As executive director at Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana, Noe oversees the delivery of life-sustaining food to about 1,600 people every day.

But on Nov. 6, Noe and her sister began providing life-sustaining care for their parents, Al and Marge Braccolino, after the elderly couple fell ill with the coronavirus.

Marge, 89, who already suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, weathered the virus without serious symptoms, Noe said.

 

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