Where’s Amy: PourHouse benefit


“Where’s Amy?” …I was hanging out with Indiana Fever’s superstar Tamika Catchings, former Indianapolis Colt Marlin Jackson, K-LOVE musicians Sam Law and Savannah Whitaker and a couple of local life-sized mascots. Carmel residents Jeff and Leah Mosley (owner/operators of both Chick-fil-a Crossing and Broadripple locations) teamed up with PourHouse Executive Director Andrea DeMink to put on a music festival benefiting the PourHouse Organization. PourHouse assists individuals experiencing homelessness in overcoming barriers to housing, treatment and healthcare. The organization distributes clothing, food, blankets, hygiene products and related goods on a daily basis. More than 500 guests attended the free event, which included live music, local vendors, bounce houses and offered a bunch of family-friendly activities throughout the day. I had a blast meeting several Carmel vendors and sadly lost to a 5-year-old future golf pro at the popular Butler putt putt tent. The Mosley family generously donated more than 500 packaged Chick-fil-a meals to guests, and there was one heck of a silent auction to benefit PourHouse. A special “Where’s Amy?” hats off to Carmel’s own Meg Osborne (and her amazing associates) for pulling off a magical family friendly festival. Two things I learned from the event … “Eat Mor Chikin” and how the PourHouse Organization is making a difference to so many people in need. For more information visit: www.pourhouse.org


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