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Experience Michiana - June 18th, 2020

Episode #1115 - June 18th, 2020
If you are looking for a place to get involved in playing volleyball, want to improve your skills, or potentially get noticed for a college scholarship, then you need to check out the Dunes Volleyball Club in La Porte. Coffee drinkers may find a mean cup of joe at The Mean Bean in Bremen, IN but they will also find some of the nicest people including owner Kim Wilcox. With all the warm weather many people are spending a lot more time outside.
Original Airdate: June 18, 2020

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    Dunes Volleyball Club
    Rick Ashmore More Information
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    If you are looking for a place to get involved in playing volleyball, want to improve your skills, or potentially get noticed for a college scholarship, then you need to check out the Dunes Volleyball Club in La Porte. They have a long history of developing players of all ages and abilities. They recently opened the Dunes Event Center in La Porte, IN where they have leagues, travel teams and camps. Kelly talked with owner Rick Ashmore to find out just what they had to offer. During her visit the kids were participating in a sand Volleyball camp. Get more info here: www.dunes.org

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    1. Rick AshmoreOwner/Club Director

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    The Mean Bean Bistro & Brew
    Kim Wilcox More Information
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    Coffee drinkers may find a mean cup of joe at The Mean Bean in Bremen, IN but they will also find some of the nicest people including owner Kim Wilcox. Rick had a chance to meet Kim and see what they have as far as coffee and so much more. Sandwiches, salads and more are also on the menu. Get more info here: www.MeanBeanBistro.com

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    1. Kim WilcoxOwner

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    Humane Indiana Wildlife
    Nicole Harmon More Information
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    With all the warm weather many people are spending a lot more time outside. Have you ever come across a hurt or abandoned wild animal while exploring outside? Do you know who to call if you do? Nicole Harmon is the Director of Humane Indiana Wildlife and her team takes care of thousands of lost and hurt animals each year. Their goal is to return them safely to the wild. Kelly had a chance to find out about their process of taking in and treating animals. Get more info here: https://humaneindiana.org/wildlife

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    1. Nicole HarmonDirectorHumane Indiana Wildlife

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