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  1. Beloved: Not Forgotten, a local anti-trafficking non-profit, is hosting our 2nd Annual Fall Fest and Sporting Clays Tournament on Sunday, September 26 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

    There are activities for everyone in the family. General admission for the Fall Fest is $10.

    The whole family can enjoy the sunshine; food trucks; the vintage, artisan and craft vendors; 50/50 drawing; and horseshoe and cornhole tournaments. There will be prizes for 3 different age groups in the tournaments.

    The children will enjoy the bouncy houses, face painting, games and craft tables.

    Women, CR8 UR Canvas will be on site to guide us through painting a fall scene on a round sawblade. It’s a beautiful piece and will look lovely on your wall. There is an additional cost of $25, $10 of which goes to Beloved.

    The sporting clays tournament is for anyone who likes to shoot. There are 2 start times, 9:30 a.m. (registration beginning at 8:30) and 12:30 p.m. (registration starting at 11:30 a.m.) It’s $60/person or $300 for a team of 5. Trophies and prizes will be awarded to the overall 1st and 2nd place teams and the overall highest scorer. Wobble traps will also be available for an additional $10.

    There are sponsorship opportunities available as well.

    You can purchase tickets on our website, http://www.belovednotforgotten.net or on the day of the event. All proceeds benefit Beloved: Not Forgotten. Our vision is that every Domestic Sex Trafficking survivor in Indiana has access to transformative care. The aftercare and empowerment of youth who have been sexually exploited and trafficked is our focus. In the past six months, we have helped our first women get out of a trafficking situation, rented an apartment to house 2 emergency placements, obtained our first intern, changed our logo and other marketing tactics and are moving ahead full force to make a real home possible for survivors. According to the Indiana Trafficking Victims Assistance Program and as evidenced by the interactions with local agencies, there is a great need for housing for ages 0-24. Join on September 26 to help us make this home reality.

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