MUNCIE — The Boys & Ladies Clubs of Muncie has partnered with Chameleon University of Splendor Culture to offer free haircuts for club users at Chameleon’s University of Splendor Tradition at 3450 N. Broadway. Boys & Girls Golf equipment non-users can get haircuts for $3.
The Club Cuts system is open to the community for any youngster who needs a haircut, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. the 3rd Saturday of each individual thirty day period through May possibly 21, according to a release.
Krista Sides, proprietor of Chameleon University of Elegance Society, stated in a launch, “Community partnerships are a significant element of our mission for Chameleon Higher education of Natural beauty Society. I’m so energized to have the possibility to use our methods and instruction to assistance empower youth with the Boys & Girls Club.”
Households will have the option to understand additional about the programs and providers that Chameleon College of Elegance Tradition provides as perfectly as the after-college courses that the Boys & Women Golf equipment of Muncie offer.
Free symposium, schooling to deal with material abuse challenges
MUNCIE — The Addictions Coalition of Delaware County will have the third annual Delaware County Symposium on Compound Use Issues 9 a.m.-5 p.m. March 15 at Ball State University’s Student Center.
The occasion is offered absolutely free of expense many thanks to the aid of IU Wellness and Urban Light Church and affiliated grant funders, according to a release.
The early morning session will consist of numerous talks creating a basis on dependancy as a ailment, as effectively as the condition of substance use problems in Delaware County. It will be adopted by a moderated discussion on the position of religion in addressing substance use crises and local companies offered.
A source good on restoration- and therapy-associated services will be delivered concurrently with lunch throughout the noon hour.
The afternoon session will spotlight a particular story of addiction and restoration and a keynote chat. Eventually, regional professionals in addiction, health and fitness, and behavioral health and fitness companies will guide a town corridor panel discussion about coordinated response to disaster intervention in Delaware County.
Panelists for the function, moderated by Pastor Andrew Draper, consist of: Chris Deegan, deputy main, Muncie Law enforcement Office Delaware County commissioner James King Lisa Suttle, regional vice president of scientific services, Meridian Health Providers Muncie Deputy Mayor Richard Ivy Jeff Hansard, chief probation officer, Delaware County Paula Tyler, IU Well being Support Line chief, and Zach Craig, chief deputy prosecuting legal professional, Delaware County.
The concentrate of the event will be area opportunities for disaster intervention. A teaching element, supplied by way of Psychological Wellness First Help, will be supplied on March 16. The party and coaching are no cost of price tag.
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