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  • Why is Respite Care Important?

    December 15, 2017

    Merriam-Webster defines respite as “an interval of rest or relief.” Caregivers who have used respite care might define it as one of the most important things they have ever done to provide quality care for a family member. Respite care is temporary care provided by healthcare professionals to individuals who normally receive care from a family caregiver. Providing care to

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  • Upcycling Part Two: DIY Projects
    Making Holiday Gifts

    December 2, 2017

    In Upcycling Part One, we showed you several antique stores and thrift shops in Muncie where you could go hunting for your next great treasure. In Upcycling Part Two, we’re going to look at what you can do with some of those finds to create unique and interesting holiday gifts. Your family and friends will love receiving a gift they

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  • Holiday Handmades at Festival of Trees

    November 27, 2017

    Are you looking for something festive to do during the holidays? Drop by the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center for Holiday Handmades on December 2, when you can create a special handmade craft to take home. Kids of all ages can color, create an elf and make other hand-made holiday crafts. The history center is conveniently located at

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  • Upcycling Part One: Where to Go Antiquing in Muncie

    November 13, 2017

    Upcycling is a wonderful way to turn a great find into a unique one-of-a-kind treasure, and to do so without spending a whole lot of money. Other additional terms that you may have heard being tossed around that fall into this same category are reused, shabby chic and “trashion.” Whatever you call it, it can be a whole lot of

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  • Ghosthunting Around Winchester Provides Spooky Fun

    October 27, 2017

    Do you love history — with a dash of eeriness? If you’re looking for an adventure around Winchester that combines education with hair-raising fear, consider a visit to the historic Randolph County Infirmary Asylum. Local legend has it that the building, originally constructed in 1851 as a county home, is the current abode for an assortment of ghosts who make

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