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The bird of paradise is hawaiian isle perennial that is hardy to plant in USDA growing zones 9 through 11 where you'll find low risk of frost or cold weather damage. Bird of paradise plants tend to be heavy feeders and require frequent fertilizer and water applications the actual growing season in which to stay healthy.
It is yet another good idea to contain a bulb fertilizer or an How To Make Organic Fertilizer assistance…Continue
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Save the date! The Edna Martin Christian Center is pleased to host the first Youth Meet on May 6th, 2017. 150 teens and their youth leaders will meet the Saturday before the American Baptist Church of Greater Indianapolis annual gathering to build relationships…Continue
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The Edna Martin Christian Center (EMCC) has received a grant of $5 million as part of Lilly Endowment Inc.’s commitment to helping human service organizations that strive to improve the lives of low-income individuals and families and strengthen their communities in Indianapolis and throughout the state.
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See how serving contributes to transformation: "A Tale of Two Women"
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Thank you First Baptist Church of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Colts, First Baptist Church of Burnnettsville, Chef Gross of Ivy Tech, and the Board and Staff of EMCC for making tonight special for more than 500 individuals. Our two sites were extremely active with 504 women, men and children enjoying dinner at 37 Place and 100 families receiving Thanksgiving meal baskets from 10 Indianapolis Colts players.
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If you've stopped by our Leadership and Legacy campus at 22nd and Ralston recently, you probably wondered what in the world is going on: rather than after school programs, youth gardening activities, and lots of fun on the playground, it looks like a construction zone! Our old driveway has been removed, most of the land north of the buildings is completely torn up, the basketball goal is gone, and there is heavy machinery everywhere.…Continue
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We are so grateful for this award. Expect to see and hear more good news to benefit families in Indianapolis.
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Our Financial Literacy and Life Skills class is conducted weekly. We help our members with budgeting, money management and debt reduction. Additionally, we discuss life issues such as, conflict resolution, healthy relationships and becoming a team…Continue
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Job Readiness Training is conducted weekly. We discuss soft skills to prepare our members for the workforce. The skills we present are application, interviewing, presentation and resume development. After each member has completed job readiness, then they go into job search assistance. Additionally, they will be…Continue
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This past Tuesday, 55 of our Summer Youth Program students joined the Indianapolis Colts Rookies for an awesome morning at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center! Our kiddos joined the Rookies in six different Play 60 stations encouraging our students to get up and move for at least 60 minutes every day. Interacting with actual NFL players was something they beamed about all afternoon. The players were very interested in each student they spoke with, giving them lots of encouragement and…Continue
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