YORKTOWN – Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) vouchers are available through LifeStream Services while supplies last. Vouchers are provided by the state in limited quantities and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, according to a statement.
Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition program vouchers are worth $ 20 and can be used until October 20. Eligible items include beans, peppers, tomatoes, apples, and other fresh fruits and vegetables. Vouchers can only be redeemed at eligible locations. Recipients must be 60 years of age or older and meet income criteria, which are based on 185 percent of the federal poverty income criteria. View guidelines, find participating markets, and learn more by visiting lifestreaminc.org/nutrition or calling 800-589-1121.
Those interested in receiving SFMNP vouchers should apply by calling Dana Pierce, Nutrition Administrator, at 765-808-9059 or Micole Leverette, Community Services Assistant, at 765-620-9907. Interested parties can also complete the online form at lifestreaminc.org/nutrition.
Submission of an application does not guarantee that the applicant will be eligible to receive vouchers. Those who are eligible to receive vouchers will receive them by mail sent directly to their residence.
Amateur radio ‘Field Day’ scheduled for this weekend
YORKTOWN – Members of the Muncie Area Amateur Radio Club will participate in the National Amateur Radio Exercise Field Day from 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 26 until 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 27 at Morrow’s Meadow.
Since 1933, amateur radio operators across North America have established temporary amateur radio stations in public places during Field Day to showcase the science and skills of amateur radio, according to a statement. This event is open to the public.
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Youth for Christ adds City Life ministry site
MUNCIE – Muncie Area Youth for Christ recently announced their new ministry site, City Life, focused on tutoring and mentoring students at Southside Middle School.
A model of ministry to transform the lives of urban youth, their families and the communities in which they live, the Muncie City Life program will be led by Jon Hopkins.
Hopkins works part-time at a local construction company, as well as a youth pastor and a board member for Wesleyan Chapel Church, according to a statement.
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