TERRE HAUTE —
Workshop on boosting energy set
Discover three ways to boost energy during a live workshop at 10:30 a.m. June 23 at the Vigo County Public Library.
Larry Wetnight, a holistic health and nutrition coach, will provide simple steps to boost energy throughout the day.
The free, live workshop will leave participants feeling energized and provide them with the knowledge for a new and improved lifestyle. The discussion will include why morning rituals could be the No. 1 thing that makes people tired, why cravings can actually help people have more energy, and how doing what your parents told you as a kid can help you get more energy now.
These three steps will be explored through stories of real-life experiences, exercises with other participants, tips from an expert, and a Q&A to conclude the workshop.
Also receive a step-by-step action plan. To sign up, email Larry@MajorWellness.net or call (812) 208-8433 no later than June 20.
Accessible parking subject of talk
A free audio conference on the accessible parking requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act, specifically focusing on what’s new in the 2010 ADA Standards, will take place from 2 to 3:30 p.m. June 19 at the WILL Center, 1 Dreiser Square (west of Third and Cruft streets) in Terre Haute.
The discussion will include questions about accessible parking including location, type, size, number of spaces and enforcement issues.
For more information contact Marcia Jackson at (812) 298-9455, or Marcia@thewillcenter.org.
Eat at Burger King to support ministry
Senior Education Ministries is meeting at Burger King for the pinnacle event of the British summer social season, the Royal Ascot. It is the ultimate stage for the best racehorses in the world. And Senior Education Ministries will be stage its own version of the race. This Family Fun Night event is planned from 5 to 8 p.m. at Burger King, 3087 E. Wabash Ave.
Before the race begins, guests will choose two horses (Glue Factory, Bluebell, Fred, Buttercup, Goldie or Bobtail). Then the players roll dice in turn to send the horses out of the gate and down the track to the winner’s circle.
Burger King has extended this fundraising event as an opportunity to raise money to support Senior Education Ministries. The organization will earn 20 percent of sales generated using a flier (available at www.senioreducationministries.org) or by customers who mention Senior Education Ministries when ordering. Drive-thru customers are welcome as well.
Ministry personnel will be on hand to meet and greet. “We ask that everyone please share this information with others to encourage attendance and promote raising funds to support programs for the senior citizens in our community,” said Executive Director Lori Aplin.
For more information call (812) 917-4970.