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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Another Season

In a world filled with uncertainty, it is most often comforting to know that some things are reliable, ever the same, changeless. Take for example the succession of the seasons: fall always follows s…
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Meals on Wheels America News - People are Starting to Talk

AS OUR VOICES GET STRONGER, SO MUST OUR CONVICTIONThe system designed to protect millions of seniors facing starvation is broken. We've been talking about it for a very long time, and, thankfully, no…
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The Health Risks of Water Contamination

The human body is made up of 60% water, making clean drinking water essential for us to perform everyday functions. As water flows through our organs and cells, it flushes out waste, regulates body t…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Brighter Futures at Any Age

Once again we are pleased to feature the work of another of our “partners” — that is, another organization that shares our commitment and dedication to addressing senior hunger in an effort to improv…
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EarthTalk: Green School Buses

Dear EarthTalk: I’ve heard that school buses cause a lot of pollution, especially for the kids riding inside. Is anyone making greener school buses yet? -- JM   Now that school is back in ses…
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NFESH's CEO Honored for Lifetime Achievement

We at NFESH are pleased and proud to announce that 'Enid A. Borden', our Founder and CEO, is the recipient of the 2019 Arthur S. Flemming Award, an honor bestowed annually by ADvancing States (former…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Let the Numbers Do the Talking

We have used this space numerous times in the past to talk about our What A Waste initiative and the benefit that it has been to congregate nutrition programs across the country. Four years after we …
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Meals on Wheels America News - Hockey, Drums and Broadway? Redefining Senior Citizenship

Happy Senior Citizens Day!You are a champion for seniors every day — and we know Senior Citizens Day is no different! We wanted to share a story with you about one of our favorite seniors to celebrat…
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Indiana State Fair Celebrates Heroes in the Heartland August 2-18

INDIANAPOLIS To pay tribute to the heroism of everyday Hoosiers, the Indiana State Fair announces that its 2019 theme is Heroes in the Heartland, presented by Indiana Donor Network. Throughout th…
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City Unveils First Zero Emissions Lawnmowers

INDIANAPOLIS Mayor Joe Hogsett with the Office of Sustainability, Indy Parks and Recreation and the Department of Public Works (DPW) recently unveiled the City's first zero emissions electric l…
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IMPD Body Worn Camera Technology Trial Begins

INDIANAPOLIS The body worn camera pilot for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) kicked off July 16, that will see all officers and supervisors on North, East, and Southeast Dis…
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IndyPL Unveils “Black History, Indianapolis History” Digital Collection

INDIANAPOLIS Family photos and memorabilia from generations of Indianapolis families are the latest additions to the Indianapolis Public Library's growing collection of local historical materia…
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Code for America Teams with City to Create Innovative Partnership

INDIANAPOLIS As part of a 2019 fellowship program, the City of Indianapolis and Code for America recently announced an innovative partnership to help formerly incarcerated women successfully reen…
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Raiders of the Lost Antiques III on July 20

INDIANAPOLIS Find your treasure at one of the Near Eastside's antiques, architectural salvage, and thrift stores on Saturday, July 20, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Sample local beer, coffee, cider, and s…
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Applause!: July 19-25

• The Auxiliary to Community Hospital East will sponsor a $5 Jewelry and Accessories Fundraising Sale on Tuesday, July 23, from 7–10 p.m.; Wednesday, July 24, 6:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; and Thursday, Jul…
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