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Neighbor Spotlight

Brent Bowles

When Brent Bowles, a seven-year resident in Homewood Park West, told a neighbor he wanted to start a Crime Watch and shared some of his ideas, the neighbor said “It can’t be done….No way you’ll get this many people to agree to anything.” But Brent didn’t take no for an answer, and he quickly found some community-based assets (Next Door App to invite neighbors to and a local church to host a neighborhood meeting) to help him get started...
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Public Allies & Indy Do Day

A key part of AmeriCorps and Public Allies is participating in acts of service to the community. That is why we are so proud to participate in Indy Do Day. Indy Do Day is a people-powered community day of service when the residents of Central Indiana take ownership of their neighborhoods and take care of their neighbors. On a beautiful, sunny morning Allies headed out to Southeastway Park to clean and paint park picnic tables. Allies broke into two teams and together brought shine back into more than 50 tables! Allies even had a surprise visit from Mayor Joe Hogsett and worked alongside the Allies and talked to them about the importance of having pride in the city and doing small acts of service every day. By the end of the three-day Indy Do Day event, 23,009 volunteers contributed 56,501 volunteer hours to Indianapolis. We’re happy to be a part of that impact and can’t wait for next year!
Congratulations to Ashlee on her 1 year anniversary with INRC!
Ashlee joined INRC as a Neighborhood Development Specialist on November 21, 2016 after serving a year as a Public Ally with Girl Scouts of Central Indiana. Ashlee's excitement and passion for our Indy neighborhoods is infectious. On any given day you can find her at a neighborhood meeting, training, or sharing the mission of INRC. 

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