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Group Helps Ease Homecoming Blues and Raise Money for Good Cause

The Meeting Grounds hosted a pancake breakfast Sunday morning, to help re-charge those who spent Saturday celebrating. Indiana State students helped serve the food and draw in the crowds. All of the money raised will go toward the Next Step Program, which helps those dealing with addiction
ISU's Homecoming didn't end quite how the Sycamores wanted on Saturday, so one group stepped up to help with the blues.

The Meeting Grounds hosted a pancake breakfast Sunday morning, to help re-charge those who spent Saturday celebrating.

Indiana State students helped serve the food and draw in the crowds.

All of the money raised will go toward the Next Step Program, which helps those dealing with addiction.

"We just wanted the people that come into our community to find recovery, to understand it or not much different than everyone else that dwells outside these walls and to let them know that they can be comfortable with different people people within the society," said Amanda and George Fields, directors of the Next Step Program.

The Meeting Grounds is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

They also have live music every Saturday day night.

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