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Author: Maxwell Martinson

JONAH Forum: “Ecology and Spirituality”

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JONAH’s Eco Spirituality Work Group has been studying Laudato Si, Pope Frances’s encyclical on the environment and human ecology, for the past two years. They seek to understand and put into practice the lessons outlined in this great work. Join us as the Eco Spirituality Work Group explains their 2-year journey, shares their insights, and discusses ways we all can become better stewards of our planet. Read More…

Save the Date – A Community Conversation: Reentry and Recovery

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A Community Conversation:
Reentry and Recovery Peer Support after Incarceration, Homelessness, or Inpatient Treatment
Come join fellow community members in a conversation about how it would look to have individuals returning to the community from jail, homelessness, or inpatient treatment be supported by peers who have been through those
very same obstacles. We are seeking input from stakeholders of all types; Read More…

Max’s Intro

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My name is Max Martinson, and I’m an English major at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. I’m a senior, and I am very fond of all of the memories I have had in this community, and with all of the people I have met in my brief time here in Eau Claire. I’m very excited to be interning with JONAH this semester, Read More…

EXPO – Community Reentry Conversation

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Grassroots Empowerment Project and Chippewa Valley EXPO cordially invite you to our 1st Community Conversation regarding reentry from jail, inpatient treatment and homelessness on September 26th at the Menomonie Public Library from 4:30 pm to 6 pm.  Attached please find our flyer.

Our goal is to have a diverse group of people from the Dunn County area taking part in this conversation.  Read More…