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Please join us Friday, August 12th for an incredible networking event and opportunity to hear from a variety of guest speakers share about “Indiana Avenue: Past, Present and Future”.  Enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet prepared by Chef Eric Hollon while you mix and mingle.

To RSVP email skylineclubindy@invitedclubs.com

Featured Speakers:

Sampson Levingston is an Indiana History Lover from Indianapolis! Sampson, under his platform Through2Eyes, travels the state of Indiana hunting and gathering stories to share. In June of 2020, Sampson started hosting historical walking tours that he calls, “Walk & Talks”. As of today Sampson has led over 300 historical walking, biking or trolley tours centered on Black history through his hometown. His tours gained national attention in 2021 with a feature on NPR’s All Things Considered. In 2022 his tours were featured as part of a month long series on Indy’s WTHR. Sampson and Through2Eyes also graced the cover of the Indianapolis Star earlier this year.

Julia Whitehead is founder and CEO of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, which was unveiled in April as Indiana’s first Literary Landmark on the federal register. She also served as a Marine Corps Officer, a writer and editor for Random House Publishers, Military Officers Association of America, Eli Lilly and Company, and also worked for the state legislatures of South Carolina and Indiana. In her side hustle, the consulting firm Random Harvest Group, Julia helps people write and edit books and documents but she also advises groups like Indy Jazz Foundation and Candles Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute on business practices. She is the author of Breaking Down Vonnegut, which was #1 on Amazon in February for YA Literary Biography and YA 20th Century American History.

To RSVP email skylineclubindy@invitedclubs.com

Members:  $20++ Non-Members:  $25++

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