Becoming We The People
HIGHLAND | Kempo Jujutsu Martial Arts is celebrating 20 years in business this month by sponsoring a holiday toy drive.
HIGHLAND | Kempo Jujutsu Martial Arts Academy and the nonprofit Becoming We the People are seeking new and gently used toys for their fifth annual toy drive running through Dec. 18.
Northwest Indiana native Jordan Hestermann strives to find solutions to poverty as director and founder of nonprofit organization Becoming We the People.
HIGHLAND | The anti-poverty organization Becoming We the People offers tutoring from 3 to 7 p.m. Fridays at Kempo Jujitsu Martial Arts Academy, a collaborating organization. The tutoring is available to students in kindergarten through high school and covers all academic subjects.
Members of the group Becoming We the People join an international movement for cleaner energy with a Hands Across the Sand event Saturday at Whihala Beach Park in Whiting.
Becoming We the People members join an international movement for cleaner energy with the Hands Across the Sand event at Whihala Beach.
WHITING | Jack Villarreal spent Saturday morning at Whiting's Whihala Beach not to play in the sand and surf, but to make a statement about the environment.
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