Dining with a cause
Chili’s restaurant, 16815 S. Mercantile Blvd., Noblesville, is donating 10 percent of dine-in or to-go purchases to the Noblesville Relay for Life today. The Noblesville Relay for Life, which benefits the American Cancer Society, will be held May 12 and 13 at Forest Park. A printable voucher for the Chili’s donation can be found online above.
Chaucie’s Place names new board members
Chaucie’s Place has named Beth Stickles-McDaniel and Megan Long to its board of directors.
Stickles-McDaniel is a longtime community leader with extensive experience in nonprofit management and corporate, public and nonprofit financial management. She is president of Get Results Inc., a consulting company focusing on financial management and marketing. Long is an attorney with The Nice Law Firm specializing in family law and estate planning. She is also a guardian ad litem in Marion County and a former deputy prosecutor.
“Beth and Megan are very strong additions to our board of directors,” said Dan Stevens, Chaucie’s Place board president. “Their past experiences as professionals and volunteers will certainly help Chaucie’s Place strengthen its work serving the children and families of Hamilton County.”
Founded in 2001, Chaucie’s Place is a nonprofit organization that provides a neutral, child-focused environment where comprehensive, investigative forensic interviews take place for cases of alleged child sexual and physical abuse, and neglect. The center’s staff works to reduce trauma to children and improve the quality of evidence gathered through the use of a multidisciplinary team approach and specially-trained forensic interviewers. Chaucie’s Place also offers child sexual abuse prevention programs for Hamilton County elementary school children and adults who work with children.
For more information, visit www.chauciesplace.org.