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A Light for Lula

At 91, Lula has no plans to slow down. She cooks, cleans, and tends to the vegetable garden behind her little home in the Fountain Square neighborhood, where she’s lived since moving to Indiana in 1954. Even though she’s legally blind, Lula leads a full social life, attending church and […]

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Some Assembly Required

Youth programs at Salvation Army Corps Community Centers help kids from cities and towns across Indiana build confidence, learn new skills, make life-long friends, and continue their faith journey in fun and enriching ways. This weekend, many of these young Corps member traveled with their youth leaders and Corps Officers […]

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A Soldier’s Valentine

Tomorrow the Indiana National Guard’s 38th Infantry Division will be celebrating Valentine’s Day far from family and friends back home. They are stationed overseas, serving their country, defending freedom, and representing Hoosiers in a way that makes us all proud. For these soldiers, holidays are often bittersweet. Though they have […]

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Campaign Ends Short of Goal

The Salvation Army has concluded its 2015 Red Kettle Christmas Campaign, raising just over $3.17 million. The Army set a goal of $3.5 million for the annual campaign, which ran from November 12, 2015 through January 31, 2016, but finished $316,000 short. “We’re very grateful for the generous people of […]

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