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Survivors of Suicide Loss Find Hope, Healing, and Community at Upcoming Event
Pawnee Mental Health will be hosting an event on Saturday, November 18, to support survivors of suicide loss. This gathering is an opportunity for adults and teens affected by suicide to come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through their shared experiences. Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 18, as we come together to break the silence surrounding this deeply personal and often stigmatized issue.
Event Name: Survivors of Suicide Loss Gathering
Date: Saturday, November 18
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Venue: In-person* and Online via Zoom
Address: *In-person at the Concordia (210 W. 21st St.), Junction City (814 Caroline Ave.), and Manhattan (2001 Claflin Rd.) offices.
“Our goal through this event is to foster healing, provide support, and initiate important conversations surrounding mental health and suicide prevention. We believe that by sharing stories, resources, and coping strategies, we can help survivors find hope in the midst of their grief,” said Robbin Cole, CEO of Pawnee Mental Health.
What to Expect:
· Hearing personal stories
· Group Discussion
· Coloring and writing supplies available
· Light refreshments
· Resource info about mental health and suicide
"We encourage all to come and join us in our mission to break the silence and find hope and healing,” Cole concluded.
This event is free and open to all, providing a safe, welcoming environment for attendees to share their experiences, gain knowledge about mental health, and connect with others.
All event details are available at https://www.pawnee.org/survivors-of-suicide-loss-gathering.cfm.
Kettle Specials: Grilled Cheese: Thanksgiving Grilled Cheese with Swiss (turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, green beans, with a crispy fried onion crust)
Soup: German Green Bean Dumpling Soup
Drink: Sam Adams Boston Lager, $4
Open late until 8 pm Wednesday!
Black Friday deals on Friday!
Medicare Open Enrollment continues Tuesday, November 21, 2023, at the Beloit Senior Center. Call 785-738-5802 to make your appointment. Brenda Langdon (K-State Research and Extension), Family Resource Management Extension Agent, and Senior Health Insurance Counselor of Kansas from the Post Rock District – Osborne Office will be on hand by appointment to answer your questions and walk you through the process of enrollment.
NOV 17 -23
The Marvels (PG13) 1 hr 45 min Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani Fri/Sat 7:30 Sun 2:30 & 7:30 Tues-Thurs 7:30 Carol Danvers gets her powers entangled with those of Kamala Khan and Monica Rambeau, forcing them to work together to save the universe. TROLLS: Band Together (PG) Anna Kendrick, Zooey Deschanel, Justin Timberlake Fri/Sat 7:00 Sun 2:00 & 7:00 Mon-Thurs 7:00 Poppy discovers that Branch was once part of the boy band 'BroZone' with his brothers, Floyd, John Dory, Spruce and Clay. When Floyd is kidnapped, Branch and Poppy embark on a journey to reunite his two other brothers and rescue Floyd.
Your Home for High School Sports is KD Country 94 and Z96.3 Weekday Mornings 9:10 a.m. THE SPORTS TICKET
presented by Keever Brothers Automotive in Beloit
KD Country 94 & www.kdcountry94.com
Tuesday, November 14th 8 p.m. Kentucky vs KU Basketball Z96.3 the Lake
Saturday, November 18th 5:30 p.m. K-State at KU Football Z96.3 the Lake
Monday, November 20th 6 p.m. Eagles at Chiefs Z96.3 the Lake
Wednesday November 1 - January 15 -Open Enrollment for Marketplace Health Insurance through Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems. Sign up for 2024 coverage and explore your options with certified application counselor, Connie Tyler. Service free of charge. Call 785-738-9202
November 16 - 17 - First Bank Beloit On November 16 and 17 we will be having Cider, Cookies and popcorn in our lobby all day. For the first two weeks, if you pick an angel from the tree your name will be added to a drawing for a $25.00 Chamber Check.
Friday, November 17 - Match Month Coffee and Conversations with the Solomon Valley Community Foundation at Beloit's Porter House Lobby at 9:00 AM.
Saturday, November 18 - Pawnee Mental Health - Survivors of Suicide Loss Gathering. Free for all to come, all welcome. Connecting, understanding, and sharing experiences with those that have lost loved ones to suicide. 10 am - 12 pm Concordia (210 W. 21st St.), Junction City (814 Caroline Ave.), and Manhattan (2001 Claflin Rd.) offices.
Friday, November 24 - Black Friday at Long Stem Garden
Friday, November 24- Kettle Black Friday Deals - 20% off special items - for every $25.00 purchased in gift cards, get a free $5 gift card.
Friday, November 24 - Last Friday First Drink at Wholesale Liquor 4-6pm Sampling of Red and White Wine Harvest Punch and Alma Cheese Spread & Meats
November 24 & 25 - Small Business Saturday and Black Friday Bouquet Bar at Long Stem Garden - Create Your Own bouquet or arrangement with blooms that will stand out this season!
November 27 - December 1 - Port Library's Christmas Tree Farm. Have your business become a "tree farm" and decorate a tree! The public will vote with food donations to the Food Pantry. Tree is provided, only 8 spots available this year. If your business is interested, reserve right away! The winning business gets personalized book plates placed in a library book of their choice.
November 27 - December 21 -Solomon Valley Hospice is offering Holiday Gift Wrapping. Simply drop off your boxed presents at our office and we'll do the rest!
Tuesday, November 28 - Breast Friends - Chili and Cinnamon Roll and Bake Sale event for Debi Clark. Proceeds go to Debi to help her fight the battle with cancer. Municipal Building in Beloit 11am - 1pm. Items for bake sale can be dropped off at S&S Drug or Central National Bank of Beloit.
Saturday, December 2 - Summer Kid's Café Holiday Home Tours from 1pm-4pm
Saturday, December 2 - Beloit Typewriter Exchange stop by for KIDS SATURDAY there will be holiday shopping, giveaways, drawings and free gift wrap with purchases! From 8am - 12pm
Saturday, December 3 - 2pm at Bohemian Hall South of Simpson - A program viewing and discussing a glass plate negative collection of the Mitchell, Cloud and Ottawa Counties from 1908 -1917
Wednesday, December 18 - Seth Cushing Live At Kettles 6pm - 8pm