2018-03-28 / Front Page

Dodge ball fundraiser April 7 to benefit mental health programs


Members of the committee coordinating this event are, left to right, Christina Wagner, MHAoPC board member and Psychology Professor, DePauw University; Sam Ostreicher, DePauw University ‘18; Da’Jeal Willaby-Partee, Phi Gamma Theta co-sponsor, DePauw University ‘20; Richard Martoglio, Chemistry Professor, DePauw University; Diana Meo, MHAoPC Board Member, Asst. Director Old National Trail Special Services; Dan McMurtry, MHAoPC Board member, Counselor Roachdale Elementary; Erin Flick, MHAoPC member, Counselor Cummins Behavioral Health Systems. (Courtesy Photo) Members of the committee coordinating this event are, left to right, Christina Wagner, MHAoPC board member and Psychology Professor, DePauw University; Sam Ostreicher, DePauw University ‘18; Da’Jeal Willaby-Partee, Phi Gamma Theta co-sponsor, DePauw University ‘20; Richard Martoglio, Chemistry Professor, DePauw University; Diana Meo, MHAoPC Board Member, Asst. Director Old National Trail Special Services; Dan McMurtry, MHAoPC Board member, Counselor Roachdale Elementary; Erin Flick, MHAoPC member, Counselor Cummins Behavioral Health Systems. (Courtesy Photo) These spirited members of Mental Health America of Putnam County hold the dodgeballs to be used in MHAoPC’s upcoming “Don’t Dodge the Issues” Dodgeball tournament.

The fundraiser, being held at DePauw University’s Lilly Center April 7 from 1-4 p.m., will benefit efforts in promoting community-wide mental health and MHAoPC programs.

Several teams have already signed up, so join the fun and support a great cause. $10 per person until March 31 ($15 per person after that date), six to ten person teams.

All proceeds stay within Putnam County. To register call 765- 653-3310, email info@mhaopc.org, or online at GetMeRegistered.com/ddidodgeballtournament), and see details on our Facebook page at fb.me/mhaopcindiana.

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