Indianapolis, In. Make a Difference Day in Indianapolis involves Kids Community and the Blue

October 24, 2015 On Saturday for the 24th time a yearly event was held by the community of Indianapolis where members of the business community donated resources, partnered with the public library and time was donated by members of the community from Indy Car drivers, publishers and employees of the Indy Star who also sponsored  the outstanding event for kids. Of course firefighters and Police Officers also showed up as you can imagine.

Festivities included face painting, reading and crafts. There was a photo both and generous giveaways for attendees.

Partnering with The Star and the library on this event are Fox59, WFYI, Marsh, American Graduate and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Please see the full story at IndyStar champions childhood literacy for Make a Difference Day on Saturday

IMPD officer Kim Kelsay helps a young boy at Haughville library Tim Evans/Indianapolis Star
IMPD officer Kim Kelsay helps a young boy at Haughville library
Tim Evans/Indianapolis Star
IMPD officer Kim Kelsay helps at coloring table at Haughville library Tim Evans/Indianapolis Star
IMPD officer Kim Kelsay helps at coloring table at Haughville library
Tim Evans/Indianapolis Star

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