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Community Connection Monday November 11th

 

Veteran’s Day

Today on Community Connection we celebrate Veteran’s Day, honoring and showing appreciation/recognition for the men and women who have served our Country during war and peace.

Today the The American Legion Department of Indiana joined us live on Community Connection.

In Studio Guests:

Steven L. Barnett – The American Legion’s South Department Vice Commander

George Alyea – The American Legion’s Indiana 11th District Commander

About The American Legion:

“The American “Legion is the World’s largest, most powerful voice for veterans with more than 2.2 million members strong nationwide and 80,000 in Indiana.”

The American Legion states:

“We change lives.” We are a community of veterans still serving America in our local communities and at the State and National levels, for God and Country, we are committed to the welfare of our fellow veterans and their famillies through financial, emotional and spiritual assistance.’

The American Legion Department of Indiana website:https://www.indianalegion.org/

The Power of Children Awards

– Presented by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

THIS FRIDAY, Nov 15, 2019, 6:30 pm-10 pm

Keynote Speaker:

“Brandon Farbstein is the keynote speaker for the 2019 Power of Children Awards. Brandon inspires millions of people across the globe with his universal message of living life on your own terms and innovating your own solution. At just 20 years old, Brandon is a renowned empowerment speaker, Gen Z activist, and author.”

Children’s Museum Info:

3000 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN, USA 46208-4716

317-334-4000

Purchase Tickets Here:

https://www.childrensmuseum.org/visit/calendar/view/277

Power of Children Symposium

– Presented by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

THIS SATURDAY Nov. 16, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Opening remarks by Brandon Farbstein

Do you know a youth who you believe will be a force for positive change in the world? The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis invites youths with a philanthropic spirit to join us in a day-long symposium to help them find their unique strengths and plant a seed of service.

The symposium is a philanthropic workshop for youths in grades 5-10 and it’s free for the first 50 students who have been recommended by youth leaders or their parents.

https://www.childrensmuseum.org/…/power-children-…/symposium

Community Connection with Tina Cosby

Source: Radio One Digital / Radio One Digital