Tag Archives: community
November 12th, 2010
Children love helping children!
Brevard County’s Indian Harbour Montessori School has been raising funds for the Smile Train for the past two years with great success.
The IHM 3rd Annual Walk-A-Mile For A Smile, Walk-a-thon, is coming up Sunday at Wickham Park in Melbourne.
There’s a great story about how a first grader gathering the mail at her home happened to see a mailer about Smile Train, and was moved to start saving her own money to make the difference in the life of another child. Soon, those emotions and motivations were
September 18th, 2010
What a day!
If you have never been part of a Stand Down, I would add it to your list of to-do’s in your life. There are Stand Downs all over the United States. You can google Stand Down in your city, county or state to see what you find. You may have to do some searching to find the coordinators in your local area but it will be well worth it. If you are like me, it will become a yearly event for you.
Amazingly appreciative, these veterans stay in your heart. ♥
Their perspective and insight to what matters in life is refreshing. The fellowship far surpasses any ice cream social I’ve been to- and I do love ice cream socials…
The type of sincere people who come
February 3rd, 2010
The Indian Community of Brevard County is proud to present the 14th annual Indiafest this Saturday and Sunday, February 13 & 14, 2010.
This year, the sponsors of Indiafest have announced that proceeds from the raffle at the event will go to benefit the Ruuska Village orphanage in Haiti, a facility that over the last two decades has helped to serve Port-au-Prince’s estimated 350,000 orphans—a number that has grown dramatically since last month’s devastating earthquakes. Dr. Silas Charles has offered to donate a