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Daily Local News – September 23, 2013

A report released today entitled “No Progress” from the Indiana Institute for Working Families shows there has been no significant change in the poverty rate for the state; A law that requires increased reporting from Bloomington’s pawn shops passed the City Council September 18th; The Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center is making a call for submissions for the 2014 …

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Activate! – Indiana Youth Musicians: Caleb Young

Caleb Young, music director for the Indiana Youth Musicians, talks about the organization, how it benefits both the youth involved and the wider Bloomington and Monroe County community.

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Activate! – Recovery Engagement Center: Jodi Chatelain and Kenny Bundy

Jodi Chatelain and Kenny Bundy talk about working at the Recovery Engagement Center and how involvement with the REC is an amazing experiencing for those volunteers in recovery and for those volunteers who are not. For the REC, service is the highest calling.

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Activate! – Bloomington Arts for All: Alanna Lutrell and Jon Holland

Alanna Lutrell and Jon Holland discuss the need for creative expression for all persons and describe how their Bloomington Arts for All tries to provide that expression for disadvantaged youth, and talk about how they would like to expand to help people recovering from mental illness and addiction.

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Activate! – Shalom Center: Forrest Gilmore

Forrest Gilmore of Shalom Center talks about Shalom’s work and mission in addressing the crisis of homelessness and poverty on a day to day basis. On Activate! Our weekly segment spotlighting people working for positive change in our community.

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Activate! – MCHA: Sarah Delone

Sarah Delone of the Monroe County Humane Association talks about the Association VIPaws therapy animal program. Learn about VIPaws and how you & your pet can become a part of this program.

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