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Gerrymandering means that politicians pick their voters, rather than the other way around. NWI citizens, please join us for a fun and interesting workshop, led by Julia Vaughn of Common Cause Indiana. Get all the up-to-date info on how you can help pass redistricting reform at the 2019 General Assembly and end gerrymandering. There'll be refreshments. All are welcome! To register, click here
Lunch with the League at Gibson Woods, Thursday, September 20, 1pm. 6201 Parish Ave., Hammond
Experience Gibson Woods in Hammond, a Lake County Park and designated Nature Preserve. A naturalist will be speaking about the Lake County Parks focusing on Gibson Woods, its special ecology and available activities. Please either donate $2 or bring bird seed, yes that's right, we're asking for bird seed. Their bird room is fabulous! Oh yes, and please bring a lunch. Outside of the $2 donation the event is free. However we ask that you please register for this event here
On the Table, Wednesday, September 26, 11:30am at the Corner Cafe, 101 N. Broad St. in Griffith.
Enjoy lunch and discussion about the region's challenges and how to confront them. Sponsored by the Legacy Foundation.