Monthly Archives: May 2014

Sowing Peace One Garden at a Time

Global Peace Initiatives, Inc. (GPI) was started by Linda Proffitt in 2006 as a way to promote peace through positive community action. Starting with Peace Hikes at Eagle Creek and on the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the founders wanted to share the peace that comes with being … Read More

Little Flower Summerfest May 30-June 1

INDIANAPOLIS — Join the fun for the first eastside church festival of the season, Summerfest 2014 on May 30th, 31st, and June 1st. Little Flower Church’s Summer Festival has food, fun and entertainment for all. The festival features a raffle with a $5,000 grand prize as well as a huge … Read More

Pamela Mougin Memorial at the Bona Thompson Center

IRVINGTON — There will be a Life Celebration and silent auction in honor of photographer Pamela Mougin on May 31st from 6-9 p.m. at the Bona Thompson Memorial Center, 5350 University Ave. Doors open at 6 p.m. for an art viewing. The silent auction will held from 7:00-8:30 p.m. with … Read More

Glory June Greiff: A True Renaissance Woman

It would be impossible to sum up Glory June Greiff in just a few words. She is a broadcaster, environmentalist, architectural  preservationist, historian,  musician, chanteuse, film maker, women’s activist, actor and interpreter, explorer, animal lover, poet, author, and stimulating conversationalist, among other things. If the eyes are the gateway to … Read More

The Civil War 150th Anniversary: May 1864

Zealous competition among Hoosier cities and towns in the raising of companies for the Hundred Days Service continued. Indianapolis residents and its young men were called upon to push harder and to not let Lafayette, with four full companies raised, or Delphi, which has “raised a full company, an effort … Read More