Please visit our Events Calendar to view more details on our activities & events coming up soon!
We will draw upon the experience and expertise of our panelists to explore the connection between sexual education and sexual violence. Our panelists include:
– Caitlin Howlett, Doctoral candidate in Philosophy of Education, Indiana University
– Myke Luurtsema, Prevention Educator, Middle Way House
– Leslie Montgomery, Sexual Health Educator, Planned Parenthood
– Elizabeth McGlothlin, FNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner, Futures Family Planning Clinic
– Sam Armbruster, MPH Candidate, Indiana University School of Public Health
This event is free and open to the public.
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Knit One, Call Too & Honor the life of Toby Strout
The Food Works building, located at 318 South Washington, will have tables, chairs and snacks set up for those who want to show their support by:
1 – Making calls to Indiana congress members about the importance of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which provides annual funding for Middle Way House. A script will be provided, but participants should bring their own phones to make the calls.
2 – Learning how to knit or crochet, and creating pieces of fabric that will be part of the “Wrapped in Love” project, an annual fundraiser for MWH that brings local textile artists together in creating tree wraps for downtown trees. The project was first started in 2012 by Toby Strout and Mary Ann Gingles, owner of Yarns Unlimited.
3 – Honoring the life of Toby Strout by sharing stories, signing a card for the family, and doing what Toby did best: making the world a better place
For more information, visit our Facebook Event Page.
If you are interested in hosting an event to benefit Middle Way House, please contact Rachael Himsel at (812) 333-7404 or Rachael@middlewayhouse.org.
SAVE THE DATE!
April 6@ 12 noon
Annual Spring Luncheon featuring Jenn Cristy
After achieving acclaim as a singer/songwriter, Jenn Cristy started her own business. Get to know Jenn through her music and in a candid interview about the ups & downs of the music biz, how she has been empowering girls to find and use their voices, and why she decided to become an entrepreneur.
Thanks to the ladies of Alpha Chi Omega for donating their lunches and dining hall to support our work!
Tickets are $25 / person and you can
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