July 23, 2014
ALL-IN All-stars: July

ALL-IN launched one month ago, and we already have some ALL-IN All-stars to highlight! Check out who made our first roster:

John Thomas 
John was the first on record to finish all 16 challenges! Here’s his tweet to prove it:

@johnbthomas: I’ll never say what I did, but a Random Act of Kindness put me over the top. 16 challenges done#CNCT_IN #IMIN46202 @INHumanities


Inside INdiana Business
The staff at Inside INdiana Business went ALL-IN to pilot some of the challenges. Take a look at some of the videos staff members did following their experiences.
Shannon Dawson
Kylie Veleta
Dan McGowan

Plus, Gerry Dick (@GerryDick) and Lauryn Gray (@LaurynGray) have been tweeting up a storm!

Flashpoint goes ALL-IN

Flashpoint goes ALL-IN

Staff members at FlashPoint have been going ALL-IN as part of team-building exercise. Here’s a photo of the team in front of their DISCOVER challenge completion activity! (see picture, right)

This Muncie museum and cultural center encouraged its staff members to participate. The go-getter of the group is Allison Schroer (@allisondipity) who wrote about ALL-IN and why she loves Indiana, here.

Canterbury School
A 7th grade class in this Fort Wayne college prep school completed essays on completing the challenges. Here’s are excerpts from some of our favorites:

Challenge: Tell us about a book character you’ll never forget
“I don’t know anyone living on this planet as wise or as brave as Atticus [Finch, from To Kill a Mockingbird]. Even out of all the books I’ve read in my entire life, there’s never been a character like Atticus. I’ve never read a book where the author just put so much thought into the writing that goes on the pages of their book. This character has really inspired me and amazed me.”

Challenge: Perform a random act of kindness
“I performed a random act of kindness by giving my friend a cupcake. I enjoy baking, so it was fun. And seeing their reaction made me feel good (I guess I’m not that horrible at baking). Random acts of kindness are important for a community because they make everyone feel special and loved. Also, when someone performs an act of kindness to another person it makes them feel good inside.”

Honorable Mentions:

Challenge: Share why you love Indiana.

Challenge: Share why you love Indiana.

IndyHub (check out our video from the org’s Get IndyVolved event)
BlueIII from Butler University
Rex from The Children’s Museum
President Benjamin Harrison
Fred the Mastodon from the Indiana State Museum
FFA students from Shenandoah High School

And, the following communities, where we are planning ALL-IN  parties: Goshen (Aug. 1), Dubois County (Sept. 16), Richmond, Frankfort and Hamilton County



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