These are the events highlighted this week on the WISH-TV Community Calendar.
This bicentennial minute takes a look at Kurt Vonnegut.
Many of the volunteers are firefighters, police officers and paramedics.
A local nonprofit helped a family in a big way Sunday evening.
Several people participated in the annual Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk.
A $4 million federal grant will help train economically disadvantaged and minority students for tech jobs.
Dick also takes us down memory lane to when The Bruiser put an old fashioned beat-down on him.
The walk is scheduled for Saturday, October 1 at Military Park. Check-in is at 10 a.m., with the walk beginning at 12:00 p.m.
Honoring those who have risked and gave everything for Indiana and our country was the goal for the ceremony.
Several volunteers spent their time helping others feel secure in their homes.
A radio morning show host from Richmond made the 66 mile walk to Indianapolis to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Attendees will flock to Atlanta, Indiana for the popular festival.
The G3 Steppers team was created in 2009.
Shalon Perez joined Drew Blair on Sunday morning to give more information on the event to help prevent Spina Bifida.