The Indiana Emergency Rental Assistance (IERA) Program provides up to 15 months of rent & utility assistance to families in need. A Community Resource Fair will be held Thursday, March 1, from 12:30-5:00 pm at St. Martin of Tours in Martinsville to help families with the IERA application process (personnel and computers on-site). The Fair will also include utility assistance applications from the South Central Community Action Program, employment and financial counseling, and more.
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What progress has been made on paving and sidewalks and how are areas prioritized?
We've all been frustrated with the various road construction and detours over the last couple of years, but significant progress has been made. It has also been discussed that INDOT will come back this spring and pave the detour route through The City Of Martinsville, Indiana used during the construction of I-69 (Morton, Main, & Morgan Streets). Check out this brief video for Kenny Costin Mayor of Martinsville's response to this question submitted at the recent Martinsville State of the City, hosted by the Chamber and the Martinsville Rotary. ... See MoreSee Less
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"How does the Morgan County Judicial Center impact our city?" This is the first question that was drawn out of the fishbowl at the recent Martinsville State of the City Dinner, hosted by the Martinsville Chamber & the Martinsville Rotary.
We are excited that not only does this Morgan County initiative keep 300 jobs here in The City Of Martinsville, Indiana, but moving the courts and all associated offices to the new complex will meet the critical needs that cannot be met at the current courthouse. This will also free up parking for shoppers and visitors downtown.
After listening in on Kenny Costin Mayor of Martinsville's response, you can learn more about the county initiative here: https://martinsvillechamber.com/a-work-in-progress… #martinsvilleindiana ... See MoreSee Less
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Please vote on all your devices, today and tomorrow. Let’s help our friends at WellSpring bring home this win, which will allow Peterman Brothers - Heating, Cooling & Plumbing to help the homeless shelter all year!
Here’s the link:
Scroll down to Bracket #4 and click on vote. When Wellspring pops up, click on vote. That’s all there is to it! Please do the same on any cells, tablets, or computers in your house.Please continue to vote for WellSpring Family Shelter. We are not asking for money, you don’t have to register, you just :
Go to the link below
Scroll down to to Round 4
Select Vote Now
Vote for WellSpring!!
Thank you to all who have voted and shared! Please continue the effort!! Voting ends Sunday. You can vote every day from every device you have!! If you have trouble, restart your phone. If that doesn’t resolve the issue turn off your wifi then refresh your browser and turn back on. If you have issues: Try to change your network from Wi-Fi to cellular or vice versa
Here’s a why we do what we do and why we need your help. The shelter is always full, so sometimes we can’t provide housing, but we do provide hope and outreach. The couple below inspired WellSpring to start building 2 SROs, Sleeping Rooms Only, for those in immediate need. WellSpring would love to expand our footprint with another building to turn into housing, but until then, we continue to do what we can.
This couple came into WellSpring in September 2022, down and out. They both struggle to read and write, so we sat down with them to fill out their service forms. They told us they sleep on the ground, in an alley behind a local restaurant. Both were in desperate need of showers and they wanted to wash their laundry (all kept in trash bags). It was a privilege to be able serve them. After starting their laundry, they both picked out groceries from Gunner’s Pantry, they received plastic utensils for eating the food they received (and a hand crank can opener for the cans of food that don’t pop open), each of them was gifted a handmade sleeping mat and a new soft blanket, toiletries, and backpacks for their personal items. They showered and they put on freshly laundered clothes, and (above all) they were given a sense of hope and encouragement!
Tagging with friends for maximum exposure. Thanks to those of you who have been voting daily!! Feel free to delete if you don’t want it on your page. I am not above being intrusive to support our residents!
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Best of luck to Kayana and team! We will be cheering them on from Martinsville.
Look at that former Artesian shine! Kayana is making history with the VT Hokies!
@AwesomeArties Martinsville High School partners with Indiana Online for summer school https://twitter.com/ciesctweets/status/1638933807943536641
With 23 AP courses approved by the @CollegeBoard_ and 94 Core 40 & elective courses—let @IndianaOnline05's #SummerSchool be a stop on your educational path to the future! Enrollment for most schools will open on April 3. Learn more: https://indianaonline.org/summer-school/
Indiana is still below the national unemployment rate. Employers are still looking for job seekers. Call or come into WorkOne at the MADE@Plainfield building 317-838-9335 or 1610 Reeves Road, Room 104. We are here to help you land a different job or start a new career!
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