News for Community

Tuesday, September 12, 2017
The Not-So Newlywed Game will be held on October 5th, at The Commons, Columbus, Indiana. During October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Not-So Newlywed Game is a special way to showcase the lives of five of Columbus area’s couples as they test their knowledge of each other. The event will be a wonderful way to model healthy relationships—a key component to the new trends in prevention ...read more
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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
The 5th Annual Men Take A Stand event will be held Tuesday, October 3rd, in downtown Columbus. Turning Point is calling on all members of our community to stand up for healthy relationships!  Join the men of Bartholomew County as they march to take a stand against domestic and dating violence.  Both men and women are urged to attend the program & no RSVP is necessary.For those who would like to ...read more
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Wednesday, August 30, 2017
25th Anniversary Signature Chefs Auction Save the Date An evening to benefit babies and families.October 19, 2017 6:00 pm at The Commons, 300 Washington St., Columbus, INThe Chefs: Chef Jeff Karr- Catering by Karr Chef Gethin Thomas- Henry's Social Club Chef Alexa Lemley- 240Sweet Chef Aubrey Smith- Ashlynn Leigh Cakes Chef Carrie Douglas- C4 Program Rail Craft Brew and EateryEvent ...read more
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Tuesday, August 08, 2017
This year is going to be exciting at Heritage Automotive Sales in Columbus!! Each month a different Elementary School will receive donations to be used for kids that are short on field trip funds..$200.00 will be given for each vehicle delivered during that month at Heritage Automotive Sales in Columbus. Each Elementary School in BCSC has a ping pong ball thats been added to our Heritage Gives ...read more
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Wednesday, August 02, 2017
LIFEDesigns, is a non-profit, United Way member agency, dedicated to providing local people with disabilities opportunities and support to develop life skills, purposeful employment, and independence. Our various programs help people with disabilities develop skills like problem solving, cooking, budgeting, and learning to maintain a healthy diet, as well as improving social and communication ...read more
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