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The Power of 3: Journey Regional Reconnecting Days 2017
Journey Fellows!

How many times have you said: “I sure could use a little Journey in my life right now!”

Well, never fear—that time is right around the corner.

In May and June, we are hosting 3 separate Journey Renewal and Re-Connecting Days in Indiana:

May 24 in South Bend @ Robinson Community Learning Center, 921 N Eddy St, South Bend, IN 46617
June 13 in Evansville @ Daughters of Charity Administration Building, 9400 New Harmony Road, Evansville, IN 47720
June 14 in Fort Wayne @ Franke Pond Pavilion at Franke Park, 3411 Sherman Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46808

You can attend any of the three events, regardless of your location, but you'll only want to attend one.

We’re calling it “The Power of Three” because…well, you need a theme, and…there are lots of “threes” to talk about

So, put in on your calendar to join the Journey Crew for a day of personal renewal and professional conversation—you know—Journey stuff.

We’ll gather from 10am to 3pm local time (lunch provided) to get grounded, connected and inspired so we can shape 2017 into the awesome year it CAN be.

And we encourage you to bring a guest…a youth worker you know who could use a little Journey AND who would “come to play”-so to speak. (It will be your job to explain that there will be a chime bowl…and it’s not that scary).

Your Tasks:

1-Decide what date to attend
2-Let us know you’re coming by signing up below
3-Get it on your calendar
4-Figure out who to invite (and invite them)
5-Find some productive work to do until the date arrives

If you have any questions feel free to contact the Journey Fellow who is serving as the local host or email melinda@thejourneyonline.org

Hope to see you soon.

Tom, Janet and Melinda

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