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Thank you to New Song Episcopal Church, Congregational Church UCC, AlphaGraphics, CHOMP, Dale and Diana Helling, Hawkeye Title and Settlement, and Linder Tire Service for their sponsorship support of our Be An Instrument for Change concert coming up May 21! Come join us for live music and fun!
Have you met Inside Out's new Case Manager Neil Goettsch? Before starting work as Case Manager, Neil volunteered as a mentor with Inside Out since 2019! He previously worked as the head metrologist for Central States Group in Cedar Rapids. In his free time Neil enjoys bird watching and riding his skateboard. Drop into the resource center and say hello!
Coming up May 21: Be an Instrument for Change featuring Caleb “The Negro Artist” Rainey. Caleb is an author, performer, and producer. He has published two books, “Look, Black Boy” and “Heart Notes” is the winner of several slams across the United States, and curates a community of spoken word in Iowa City through his high school program, IC Speaks, and producing local events like the Mic Check Poetry Festival. Save the date and join the fun!
Coming up May 21: Be an Instrument for Change with opening act The Oakdale Community Choir - founded in 2009 to enable people incarcerated at the Oakdale prison and people from the community to sing together and perform for Oakdale residents and staff and for the public, with the aim of building communities of caring inside and outside the prison. Save the date and join the fun! #reentrymatters