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  • Muncie Three Trails Music Series

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    This month, we chat with the creator of the Muncie Three Trails Music Series, Rick Zeigler, about why the series we created, who is featured this year, and how the public can help out. 

  • Alpha Center

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    Michelle gets an update from the Alpha Center this month, learning more about their Vial of Life project and an upcoming initiative that helps neighbors helping neighbors.

  • Inside Out’s Fresh Directions

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    We catch up with Bob Ball, Executive Director of Inside Out, to learn more about their Fresh Directions program that teams with community organizations who serve a vulnerable demographic to provide food insecure children with nutritious meals and wholesome snacks. 

  • Muncie BY5’s Family Navigators

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    Michelle speaks with Marissa Rose from an organization for early childhood awareness about their network of Family Navigators.

  • East Central Indiana CASA

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    Michelle talks with Annette Craycraft, the executive director of the East Central Indiana CASA program that serves Madison and Hancock counties.

  • Ross Community Center

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    Jacqueline Hanoman, Executive Director, shares some updates about the Ross Community Center as well as some history and perspective.

  • Presenting “A Few Houses Down”: IPR’s Live Radio Drama

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    Something a little different from the normal here, Community Connection is proud to bring you IPR’s production of an original piece by Michael Kleeberg, “A Few Houses Down”, performed live on Friday, Dec. 14, on-air and before an audience in Sursa Performance Hall on the Ball State campus.

  • Madison County Local Food Network

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    A local group that seeks to create a more vibrant community with equitable access to healthy, affordable, and nutritious foods.

  • Tips for Turkey

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    A Muncie group that performs random acts of kindness before Thanksgiving.

  • Wildlife Warriors

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    Two special guests, Petunia and Chocolate, “talk” about the Wildlife Warriors’ upcoming Pulling for Bats! event in October. 

  • Back to School Teachers Store

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    A update about a local organization that connects teachers to the supplies they need to empower the next generation of learners.

  • Boys and Girls Clubs – Roy C. Buley Center Unit

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    We’re excited to give you an update about the Roy C. Buley Center’s recent merger with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Muncie.

  • Box! Box!

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    A MACC project combining public art and traffic signal control boxes to develop attractive, vibrant places that reflect the culture of our community.

  • Children’s Bureau, Inc.

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    A private nonprofit that has served children and families since 1851.

  • Cornfed Derby Dames

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    Muncie’s premiere all women flat track roller derby league hoping to bring together and empower women of all body types, race, age, and religion.

  • Raise the Bar Indiana

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    A group that seeks to empower communities and alcohol serving establishments with the goal of creating safer spaces for all.

  • Habitat for Humanity of Madison County

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    This chapter seeks to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope, providing affordable housing for those in need.

  • Muncie’s Food Not Bombs

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    An all-volunteer organization dedicated to the recovery of food that would otherwise be thrown out, making fresh, hot vegan and vegetarian meals that are served in public spaces to anyone without restriction.

  • Home Savers of Delaware County

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    A non-profit organization that works to make emergency home repairs and accessibility improvements possible for low- to moderate-income homeowners.

  • Moms Demand Action for Guns Sense in America

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    A group that demands action for common-sense gun reforms, much like Mothers Against Drunk Driving.