Southern Indiana Living

NOV-DEC 2018

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Nov/Dec 2018 • 23 Center for Lay Ministries HUNGER TO HOPE RAISES FUNDS, AWARENESS Colorful Hawaiian attire, hula dancers, and lei-clad celebrants decorated Kye's II for an annual Hunger to Hope Gala to benefit the Jeffersonville- based Center for Lay Ministries (CLM). One highlight of the dinner was the presentation of the Volunteer of the Year Award to Carol Dawson for her years of service plus a testimony from Bliss House alumna Meriah Pena. The event, including silent auction, raised thousands to support CLM's emergency food pantry for Clark County and Bliss House, a recovery resi- dence for women battling alcohol and drug addictions. These pages are sponsored by Idealogy 6500 State Road 64 • Georgetown, IN 47122 • 812-399-1400 Leadership Southern Indiana ALUMNI BASH REUNITES CLASSES "Boats, Bourbon, and Barbecue" was the theme of the annual gathering of Leadership Southern Indiana alumni recently. The eve- ning of food and festive conversation took place in the newly renovated Howard Steamboat Museum Carriage House on the river in Jeffersonville. It was also an occasion to introduce four alumni who would be honored at this fall's annual meeting: Kye Hoehn, Lifetime Achievement Award; Vicki Carmichael, George N. Lane Servant Leader Award; Josh Kornberg, Young Professional of the Year Award; and Ken Groth, Volunteer of the Year Award. Leadership Southern Indiana has graduated nearly 2,000 individuals in its several programs since its founding in 1981-82.. Anne Darku, John Spencer, Delene Taylor, Pam Dunn Barnes, and Jeff Mc- Caffrey Kimberly Caballeros, Barbara Fisher, Leslie Meadors-Smith, Jack Vissing, and Lauren Taylor Top: (Seated) Carol Dawson, CLM Volunteer of the Year; Ken Crutchfield, Carol's husband; and Mary Chris Rodden, CLM board member, Bliss House committee member, and volunteer. (Standing) Wilma Evanczyk, Dave Evanczyk, and CLM Executive Director Greg Henderzahs. Left: Linda and Walt Coppinger, CLM board chair, and Tammy and Mark Linck.

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