Southern Indiana Living

MAR-APR 2018

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Mar/Apr 2018 • 27 Shannon Kaiser, one of the event's co- chairs, received the Service to Mankind Award. Salvation Army of Southern Indiana GALA RAISES SPIRITS, FUNDS Rousing live auction bidding, an array of silent auction items, a buffet dinner, special awards, and vibrant spirit of support filled IU Southeast's Hoosier Room recently when the community gathered for the Salva- tion Army of Southern Indiana's seventh annual Bed and Bread Gala recently. WDRB's Keith Kaiser served as emcee for the evening that raised not only thousands for the Salvation Army's critical services but also enough in spontaneous bidding to provide at least one new van for the non-profit that reaches individuals and families in Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, ScoĴ, and Washington counties. For long-standing service and heart for the community, volunteer Shannon Kaiser received the Service to Mankind Award, and Northside Christian Church earned the Lifetime Achievement Award. The Salvation Army's mission is "motivated by the love of God to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in His name without discrimination." Its central office is at 2300 Green Valley Road in New Albany. For information, call 812-944-1018. Above, left: Silent auction items appealed to Dick and Beth Peterson of New Albany, James and Debbie Hill of Sellersburg, and Bill and BeĴy Russo of Jeffersonville. Above, right: CommiĴee co-chairs Chuck Granĵ and Roxanne Haley posed with new Salvation Army Maj. Jamey Pennington and, representing Northside Christian Church for its award, Mark Stauffer and Ann Kulwicki and, in front, Jeff Riddle and Zach Haley. These pages are sponsored by Idealogy 6500 State Road 64 • Georgetown, IN 47122 • 812-399-1400 Impact 100 GIRLS NIGHT OUT INSPIRES Hearts for the community + a philanthropic spirit = a lively evening when women gathered recently to learn about and celebrate Impact 100. The non- profit empowers women to dramatically improve lives by collectively fund- ing significant grants that make a lasting impact on the community. It award- ed a $50,000 grant last year from among several applicants and hopes to reach $100,000 this year. The grant will be awarded to a non-profit in Clark, Floyd, and/or Harrison County selected by those who donate $1,000 by May 15. Following the national Impact 100 model, the local grant will address needs of women and children in areas of arts and culture, education, environment and recreation, family, and health and wellness. Impact 100 Southern Indi- ana is the initiative of the Women's Foundation of Southern Indiana, a fund of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana. For more information, log onto Top: Enjoying the array of hors d'oeuvres were Lynn Prinz, event hostess Kye Hoehn, Margaret Hammond, and Becky Nunn. BoĴom: Registering for door prizes at the Impact 100 Girls' Night Out were Elaine Murphy, center, and board members Morgan Rumple and Rhonda Parero.

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