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The Word March 2014

The Word March 2014

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Published by mxchanak49
GLBT publication from Indianapolis, published by Ted Fleischaker
GLBT publication from Indianapolis, published by Ted Fleischaker

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 The Word March 2014
On The Web At: www.thegayword.com
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Now ServingIndianaOhioKentuckyIllinoisMichigan
Iowa
& Tennessee
March 2014 Edition
Please Continune On Page Three
The Southern Midwest’s Largest Gay & Lesbian News Source!
Over 20 Attend Initial Cincinnati Pride Meets
CINCINNATI—If the early turn-out is anything to go by, there will be more community involvement than ever when Cincinnati Pride takes to the streets this Summer as over 20 attend-ed the group’s initial planning meetings in January & February.
Word Photos: Michael Chanak
Dine Out For Life Indy Gains 2nd 100% Restaurant For 24th April’s Event
INDIANAPOLIS—Mark your calendars for Dining Out for Life, Indy’s largest dining fundraiser, set this year for 24th April. Nearly 40 restaurants in the Indianapolis area will donate 25%, 50% or 100% of their entire day’s sales to fight AIDS in Indianapolis, and it’s as easy as can be for diners. There are no special menus or codes to mention —simply dine out and you can help fight AIDS.Dining Out for Life, an international event taking place in 60 cities on the very same day, raises money for HIV/AIDS organisations, and locally it benefits The Damien Cen-tre, Indiana’s largest and oldest AIDS service organisation, which is proud to celebrate 20 years of Dining Out for Life in Indiana. Proceeds directly benefit the centre’s clients by providing free HIV and STD tests, HIV care coordination and supportive services such as a food pantry, housing and career development programmes. Elisa Rogowski, Damien development director, noted, “In 2013 Dining Out for Life raised more than $80,000 for Damien Centre clients, 94% of whom are living in pov-erty. The Damien Centre’s services are al-ways free to the community, so fundrais-ers like Dining Out for Life are critically important to making the mission of The Damien Centre a reality. That mission is to allow persons in Central Indiana affected by HIV/AIDS to move forward each day with dignity, and to lead the fight to prevent the spread of HIV.”
 
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On The Web At: www.thegayword.com
 
 The Word March 2014
On The Web At: www.thegayword.com
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If You Want To Reach Customers All Over The Region, Reach For  The Phone & Call Us! Anything Else Would Be A Wrong Number! 317/725.8840
 
So which restaurants will be participating in this year’s event? A lot of old favourites, a number of new spots and ones which organisers are sure the community will want to get reserved.Check out the still-growing list online at www.diningoutfor-life.com or www.damien.org where you’ll also find a map of restaurants. This year’s event will feature a range of local restaurants, in-cluding many returning favorites as well as new participants. Rogowski noted that Red Lion Grog House now has some competition for the top donor spot as the event has gained a second 100% contributor for the first time.“As our returning Champion Restaurant, Red Lion Grog House will again donate 100% of their day’s sales to The Damien Centre. New to the event this year, Champion Res-taurant Labor District Cafe, featuring what owner Travis Sealls calls ‘throwback casual comfort food,’ will also be donating 100% of sales,” she noted.Red Lion is on Virginia Avenue in Fountain Square, while the Labour District Cafe is located on the 2nd floor of the BMO (First Indiana Bank) Tower at Ohio & Pennsylvania streets downtown.Other returning eateries include Santorini Greek Kitchen, Cerulean, The Greek Islands Restaurant, Punch Burger, Arni’s Indy and South, Hoosier Park’s Winner’s Circle and Pita Pit downtown. Of those, both Pita Pit and Punch Burger are also owned by Sealls, showing true committment to the cause, Rogowski noted.New participating restaurants include Beefcake Burgers Greenwood, Siam Square, a new Pizza King location down-town, Bru Burger and Mama Irma Peruvian amongst others. Dining Out for Life International, hosted by Subaru, collec-tively raises more than $4 million each year to support local HIV/AIDS programming. Support for this event nationally has grown to over 250,000 diners, thanks in large part to the efforts of Dining Out for Life Spokesman Ted Allen, host of Food Network’s primetime competition series
Chopped
. Allen will be joined by Pam Grier, actress, advocate and au-thor of the memoir
Foxy — My Life In Three Acts
, as well as Daisy Martinez from the Food Network’s
¡Viva Daisy!
 Dining Out for Life also welcomes new spokesman Mondo Guerra, a fashion designer and HIV/AIDS activist known for his innovative style and bold designs on
Project Runway Season 8
,
Project Runway All Stars
 and the all new
Under the Gunn
. Rogowski also said that, “The Damien Centre is proud to have numerous local sponsors for this year’s event, including Hoosier Park Racing and Casino, along with
The Word
, Print-ing Partners, WTHR Channel 13, Old National Bank, Talbott Street, Just Pop In!, Indy’s i94 and Indy Pride. Ketel One is the Official Spirits Sponsor of Dining Out for Life.”For the latest information, check out the event’s tweets (@DamienCenter) and Facebook (/thedamiencenter). Follow/like them during and after the event for the latest scoop on The Damien Centre’s many events and opportunities to  volunteer.By the way, if you’re not a restaurant owner, but you’d still
Dining Out For Life Marks 20th Year As Damien Centre’s Benefit
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like to help make Dining Out for Life a success the centre says, “No problem! Individuals can also serve as restaurant ambassadors.  Visit diningoutforlife.com/indianapolis for on-going updates, ambassador info, participating restaurants and more or like The Damien Center on Facebook for updates and info. And most importantly, call all your friends, figure out which restaurants (One for lunch and a different one for dinner, perhaps?) you wish to visit for Dining Out For Life then make plans to dine out 24th April.

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