Circle Up Indy Pre-Festival Staff Service Day As the excitement built for the Youth Against Violence Peace Festival, Circle Up Indy staff and volunteers took time out to assist with…
Affordable Access Mobile Farm Market, known as ‘The Rolling Harvest Food Truck.’ The pilot program includes educational opportunities about growing and selecting nutritious food. You can learn more by visiting Brandywine Creek Farm’s Facebook page.
As presenting sponsor of the event, Community Health Network provided free health screenings, sports physicals, car seat education, health and wellness information, and concussion training.
There were also free bus passes from IndyGo; movie passes, concert tickets and other prizes from Radio One; and Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated gave away beverages and other prizes!
For more about Circle Up Indy and the Peace Festival, check out our exclusive television sponsor, FOX 59’s, stories about this year’s Peace Festival!
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