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What an incredible workshop making prayer journals and just being in the moment of togetherness! Just look how beautiful they turned out! The ladies enjoyed decorating hats and even making headbands at our June workshop! Thanks to Pam for leading this fun month! You are a blessing to Chicktime and we thank you for volunteering with us! The ladies loved being pampered this month! Each month we continue to get more volunteers and the atmosphere of love and connectivity is just amazing.
We hope you can see how beautiful and active our workshops are and join us one month. Chicktime Indy was so much fun this month! We were able to share love with the women and the Center with our tree of love and gratitude again this year and it turned out amazing!! Oh what a fun workshop! Thank you Denise for leading us in making fleece scarves and having so many great options to choose from!
The girls seemed to enjoy themselves and were excited to have something to wear that they made! What a glorious Chicktime December making Christmas ornaments together. We are so grateful for our volunteers and we look forward to serving with you in ! The workshop allowed us to stop and really think about this season and reflect on why we are grateful! We hope you will join us next month as we continue to celebrate with a Christmas Party!
Chicktime Indy was overwhelmed by fun and love this month! Photo booth laughs and picture frame making filled our time during our workshop…. This certainly tells it like it is….. We are a family!!! Chicktime Cincy left with new ideas and a deeper bond with Chicktime! Chicktime Indy was terrific today!
We decorated one subject notebooks and turned them into beautiful prayer journals. We love our Chicktime Volunteers…. Make new friends and leave feeling like you have made a difference in the life of a woman in need.
Bringing Chicktime to the Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children makes our hearts happy, but more than anything it brings peace and hope to the people we are serving. We had an awesome turnout for Chicktime June! Once again, we have to thank our wonderful volunteers for their amazing commitment to making sure we have the most incredible snacks at Chicktime every month! Every woman deserves to have a beautiful manicure and we had a blast getting creative with everyone!
One of our girls was a STAR manicurists and it was so fun to watch her shine! A special thank you to our volunteers that continue to provide some of the most delicious snacks and food for our Chicktime workshops! This month, they topped themselves when they showed up with chicken salad, spinach salad, and some of the most amazing deserts we have ever tasted!
This month, using plain wooden crosses, the the women were able to decorate and make a necklace and a pin to wear. They did an amazing job and they turned out wonderfully! This month, we will be making cross pins and necklaces. We hope you will join us for this fun craft! This month, we played bingo with the women. There was a large selection of prizes for them to choose from and at the end everyone got a prize!
We had an awesome volunteer turnout for our February event, too bad we were up against great weather and a fashion show. Check out the pics and mark your calendar now for our March event, March 11th! Thank you to all who came out to our January event! It was an awesome afternoon! The women made beautiful no-sew scarves and got to enjoy an amazing food spread!
Check out a few of the finished products! We had a mighty crew in August and had fun making mini chalkboards!!
Our guest attendance was lower than usual due to a field trip but the ladies expressed how glad they were that we visited today!! We made prayer journals. The women seemed to really enjoy it. As always they were very creative! Prayer Journaling Save the Date!! This month we are learning to make our own hair accessories out of various types of fabrics! It is always interesting when a new volunteer comes in for the first time. We always introduce ourselves and they ask what they can do.
If there is not a specific task to be done I tell the new volunteer that they should talk and help the women if they need it. They then go about maybe talking to a few women but staying close to the other volunteers who are normally in a small group somewhere in the room. The other volunteers may have a specific task they are doing in order to help the women or they may be helping a woman who asked for their help with the activity.
When our time at The Center is done we always try to talk to the new volunteers because we want them to come back.
Normally they say yes we will be back and we may not ever see them again. I tell you all of this not to make our volunteers feel bad or guilty in any way but so you can get a picture of our time at The Center. I often fall into the trap of staying close to the other volunteers as well or talking to the women that have been at The Center for longer periods of time that I have gotten to know.
I was not at Chicktime Indy in September. I knew what the activity was and I asked for pictures and about how it went. We were making greeting cards. We set up a table with the blank cards, another with the embellishments, one with all the scrap book paper, and another with the ink stamps and our new toy….
Everyone loved the embossing machine, volunteers and residents a like. Think of the possibilities of what we could make to add to the cards! I noticed a lot of new faces among the residents. I said hi and caught up a bit with the ladies that I knew but something compelled me to talk to this other table of women.
Each of the women were so sweet and yet something told me to ask more questions. The women were new to The Higher Ground Program.
In the beginning of the program they are not allowed to leave the building, they get limited visits if any and they know they need to focus on why they are there. Think about how hard that would be! These women are courageous. They know why they are signing up for this and they want to make that change so much that they are willing to give up nine months of everyday life to do it.
A few of these women had only been there a week or two. They are making friends and bonding with each other but still dealing with the reality of not being able to leave and see their families. This month I took time and really talked to these women and listened to them. I talked to them about how wonderful the program is and that I was so happy for them.
Then they talked to me about their fears and worries of what they are facing right now. I have so much respect for what they are doing for themselves and their families by committing to complete this program. They each know that in the end it will be worth it but the nine months ahead are not going to be easy.
One of the women said to me just how much it meant that we come and do different activities and talk to them every month. She said that it really helps them to make it through since they are not allowed to leave. This is why I volunteer with Chicktime! The women of Chicktime are making a huge difference in the lives of the women and children we serve. It may not always be something that we can see but every now and then we can or we may hear something amazing from someone we serve.
Bust out of your shell and your comfort zone, spend the time talking to the women and children we serve because you never know what you might hear or learn. Chicktime not only works to heal those that we serve but a lot of the time we, as volunteers, ending up healing as well. Thank you Brenda for taking the lead this month. The women had adorable mini chalkboards.
They had a great time and all the chalkboards turned out wonderfully! Heather took the lead this month. She helped the women make prayer journals. They were able to decorate their new journal however they wanted. They also got a few pages of scripture that may just inspire them on diffenent days to get going in their new journals! This month Angie and Trish were our fearless Chick Leaders. They did a great job showing the women how to make necklaces out of washers. The women loved their new adorable necklaces!!
I had a patty melt which was very good with onion rings and my husband had the double steak burger with fries. The place was very crowded and it was hard to find a clean table. My wife and I went to Freedy's for supper and enjoyed the food. I had the patty melt and it tasted like the ones I would get as a kid. I had the combo with fries. I've never been a fan of shoe string fries but they were good, you have to pick up several at a time to eat them. My with had a chilli cheese dog and said it was good.
She really liked the chilly sauce. She had the onion rings which were really good. Service was great and we finished our meal with a custard for desert. I would say well worth a visit next time your in the area, I know we will be returning. Their chocolate milkshakes are the best. We have been wanting to try this new restaurant along th St. I had the double steak burger with cheese and fries.
My wife had a single burger and a dish of ice cream. We really like this place. It is similar to steak and shake, but so much better. I personally love the hotdogs, but my family loves the burgers.
I'm not a huge fan of the thin cut fries, but they have this yummy Freddy sauce that goes great with the fries. Custard is yummy too! Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Review of Freddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers.
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Anyone who comes to the area should make sure to at least try one of the many strawberry shortcakes on offer. There is a strong German influence on much of the cuisine in the city, but nowhere is that more evident than at the Heidelburg Haus.
This authentic German restaurant has been open for more than 50 years, and the menu is full of traditional German favorites like sauerkraut, sausages and potato salads. Perhaps the most popular item on the menu, however, is the Weisswurst. These white sausages are originally from Bavaria, and they have a rich and smooth texture that is unlike typical sausages.
For German cuisine lovers, this is a definite food to try when in the city. If you want to dine in one of the oldest eateries in the city, be sure to head to St. This restaurant was founded in , and few of the menu items have changed since then.
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