American Red Cross: Mural on the Circle

muralonthecircleIn just a few short weeks, we will be painting the town red…blue…green…yellow –and a few other colors –literally! We’ve partnered with Big Car Collaborative for our Red Cross Centennial Celebration: Mural on the Circle. Together, we will create an original mural that highlights our history in Indiana, and we’re inviting our novice and veteran painters from across our community to come out and make their mark on Red Cross history.

Join us, Saturday, October 15, 2016, as the Red Cross looks to celebrate 100 years of compassionate, heartfelt and committed service to the Indiana community. This event is free and open to everyone, and is a once in a lifetime celebration, that you do not want to miss it!

There will be two-parts to this event. An intimate affair beginning at 5:00 p.m., and concluding at 7:00 p.m., catered to our donors and sponsors. Afterwards, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., join the Red Cross for an after-party under the stars as we honor the Hoosiers who established a legacy of community resiliency and safety in Indiana. While our young professional crowd and fellow Hoosiers look to mix and mingle, there will be featured drinks, tons of food trucks and live music. Oh, and we can’t forget about the life-size games –because who doesn’t want to relive childhood, even if it’s just for a moment.  

Together, we will celebrate our past, enhance our community, and prepare for the future. Come out and celebrate 100-years of American Red Cross service! Join us, RSVP today!

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Duchess Adjei, M.S.C., joined the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross in spring 2016 as the Regional Communication Director. Prior to joining the Red Cross, Duchess served as the Manager of Marketing and Public Relations for Special Olympics Indiana, working to advance economic, social and cultural development for persons with intellectual disabilities. At Special Olympics, Duchess led all internal and external marketing strategies, digital, brand management and public and media relations. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from John Carroll University’s Tim Russert Department of Communication & Theatre Arts and a Master of Science in Communication from Northwestern University.

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