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Letter from the President of Limestone Post’s Board of Directors by Rebecca Hill

Rebecca Hill, president of the Limestone Post board of directors, is a frequent writer for the magazine, and she has penned a letter to you, our subscribers, to show LP’s commitment to the community, why she prefers the long-form stories that we feature, and why such reporting has become so crucial. She also explains how donations help — and how your donation this month will be doubled! Click here to open Rebecca’s letter.

NewsMatch Will Double Your Donation To Limestone Post! Support Local Nonprofit Journalism!

Your donation to Limestone Post will be matched by a nationwide program that supports independent, nonprofit media. It’s called NewsMatch, and it will double your one-time gift or match your new monthly donation 12 times, all up to $1,000. This is a great way to support hyper-local, long-form, public-service journalism. Click here to find out how to double your impact!

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CanopyBloomington’s Mission: To Grow and Sustain Our Urban Forest

Faced with this alarming data about the health of trees in Bloomington, Dr. Sarah Mincey and Sheryl Woodhouse created CanopyBloomington, whose mission is to grow and sustain our urban forest. The new nonprofit envisions an equitable tree city that ensures all residents can enjoy the many environmental, health, economic, social, and quality-of-life benefits of trees. Click here to read about CanopyBloomington!

Cardinal Stage Presents ‘The Mountaintop’ by Hiromi Yoshida

Cardinal Stage presents its first production of the year, The Mountaintop, by Pulitzer Prize winner Katori Hall. The play is a gripping “reimagination of events” on the night before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Hiromi Yoshida writes about two of the actors, Michael Aaron Pogue and AshLee “PsyWrn Simone” Baskin, and Scenic Designer Seth Howard. Click here to read Hiromi’s article and watch a trailer of the play.

How Bloomington Health Foundation Empowers Nonprofit Organizations in Advancing Community Health —Sponsor Article—

“It is imperative for nonprofit funders, corporations, community agencies and the community at large to come together to devise solutions amidst the uncertainty in cost,” says Michelle Gilchrist, President and CEO of Bloomington Health Foundation. The foundation expects to distribute an estimated $2 million during 2022 to nonprofits delivering community health services. Click here to read about the foundation’s innovative solutions to improving community health.

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Your Donation to Limestone Post This Week Will Be Doubled!

We at Limestone Post wish you and your loved ones a safe and prosperous New Year! In 2022, we are planning to make Limestone Post an even stronger publication. We can’t do it without the support of our readers. And this week, through Dec. 31, your donation to Limestone Post will be doubled by the NewsMatch program. Click here for the details!

Nonprofit News Program Doubles Your Donation to Limestone Post!

Limestone Post is the only Bloomington-based publication to participate in the NewsMatch program — an industry-wide movement to sustain nonprofit journalism through matching gifts. This program doubles your monthly donation 12 times — or doubles your one-time gift — all up to $1,000. Click here to read how you can be a part of this exciting program.

November Writers Guild Spoken Word Series: Ryser Scholarship Edition by Hiromi Yoshida

The Writers Guild Spoken Word Series on November 3 features Ryser Scholarship winners Hanh Tam Bui and Juliana Crespo, plus Ryser Scholarship founder Shayne Laughter and singer-songwriter Sarah Cassidy — all from Bloomington. The Ryser Scholarship is named after Joan Ryser, who taught literature and creative writing for 44 years at Bloomington High School South. Click here to read the article by Hiromi Yoshida.

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Voting Open for Bloomingfoods Positive Change Program Limestone Post Announcement

Since 2016, Bloomingfoods’ Positive Change program has raised more than $600,000 for local organizations. Member-owners of Bloomingfoods are voting through October 21 to determine the recipients for 2022, but any Bloomingfoods customer can support a local organization whenever they shop at one of the stores. Click here to read about Bloomingfoods’ Positive Change program.

Writers Guild Spoken Word Series: Observing National Hispanic Heritage Month

During National Hispanic American Heritage Month, the Writers Guild at Bloomington will celebrate the unique contributions of Hispanic Americans with a virtual edition of its First Wednesdays Spoken Word Series. The October 6 livestream will feature three women writers: Shana Ritter, Zilia C. Balkansky-Sellés, and Rosebud Ben-Oni. Click here to read more about them and how to attend the performance.

4th Street Art Festival Returns Labor Day Weekend Artists and Patrons Are Ready!

The 4th Street Art Festival returns to Bloomington on Labor Day weekend. For many artists, this will be the first show they’ve been able to do in 18 months. While 2020 was a challenging year, it was also a time of introspection, creativity, and experimentation. And now artists and art lovers are ready to meet in person. Click here to read about the 45th annual 4th Street Art Festival!

Lotus Education & Arts Foundation Much More Than World Music Festival by Kathleen Clark-Perez

Lotus Education & Arts Foundation is known for its vaunted world music and arts festival each fall, but Lotus’s other programming serves people year-round. Lotus Blossoms, the education program it runs throughout central and southern Indiana, enriches the lives of children as well as the adults who help make the programs happen. Click here to read about Lotus Blossoms.