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Free movie showing of "Travis - A Soldier's Story"

First Christian Church, 115 Park Ridge Drive, Warsaw, IN
Free movie showing detailing the inspirational story of Staff Sergeant Travis Mills. This is the inspiring story of SSG Travis Mills who was critically injured by an IED while serving in Afghanistan. He is now a quadruple amputee and spends his life as a motivational speaker and inspiring others to "never quit and never give up" While seeing the movie with us, please enjoy a free hot dog, popcorn and bottled water.

Kate Bell 574-453-0066. First Christian Church.

St. Margaret's House's Fashioning Our Lives luncheon

Hilton Garden Inn on the campus of Saint Mary's College
Join Us!

The Fashioning Our Lives luncheon is the capstone event of a ten week empowerment program where the women of St. Margaret’s House attend sessions that aid them in fashioning new lives for themselves.

The theme of this years event is "I am. I can. I will."

Individual Luncheon tickets are $45 and can be purchased online at or by phone at (574) 234-7795.

Sponsorships are available. For more information, please feel free to contact us!

Andrea Kurth, (574) 234-7795

Promise of Hope Reception

The Morris Inn at Notre Dame, South Bend
The Centre, P.C. invites you to join Brian and Paqui Kelly, co-founders of the Kelly Cares Foundation, as they reflect upon their cancer journey.
Hear Brian share his story as a husband and father and Paqui as a patient through their journey as a family going through the cancer diagnosis and course of treatment.
This unique perspective on cancer is presented as an event in Paqui’s Playbook, a wellness series emphasizing on breast cancer awareness,
throughout the month of October.
Event Series
100% of all ticket sales benefit the Kelly Cares
Foundation. Note: No tickets will be sold at the door.
Reservations are limited. Business casual dress attire.
$30 per ticket or $50 per couple
Includes valet parking, a gift, raffle prizes,
hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine and soft drinks.
Products and services from The Centre, P.C. and the “Centre YourselfTM” Medical Spa will be available for purchase at exclusive prices for this event only.

For additional information, contact: | 574-208-9166
Shana Greenlee |

2014 McMahon Aquinas Lecture

Saint Mary's College - Student Center Lounge
Guest Lecturer : Eva Kittay, Ph.D. delivers a talk entitled: "Normalcy and the Good Life."
Eva Kittay is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University, where she is also an Affiliate of the Women’s Studies Program, and a Senior Fellow of the Stony Brook Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics. She has published extensively on disability, equality, the ethics of care and feminist philosophy.
Free and open to the public. Reception to follow.

Saint Mary's College - Dept of Philosophy - Barb Westra - 574.284.4534

Michiana Forum

Granger Commons, Granger, IN
A conversation between thought leaders who wrestle with the big issues of our day.
Colin Mangham is an unapologetic marketer, driven to help people exchange value. He’s supported the success of several of the Fortune 100 as well as 100+ early-stage ventures. His career-long fascination with human behavior led him to discover biomimicry, innovation inspired by natural forms, processes, and systems. He’s now a bright-eyed advocate (and humble student) of bio-inspired solutions, and he’s eager for you to join him on his learning journey.

Mike McHargue is a Christian turned atheist turned follower of Jesus, and he uses his story to help people know God in an age of incredible scientific insight. He teaches about science, faith, atheism, doubt, and knowing God in the modern era.

Granger Community Church, 574-243-3500

"Using video to promote your business" Holy Cross College Event

Driscoll Auditorium, Holy Cross College
Donnie & Andrea Rogers from Grass Roots Media share their secrets about using video to communicate with students and the Michiana community. It is true "A picture is worth a thousand words."

Jodie Sweet, 574/239-8400.