Community Support Happenings

December 18th, 2014

As our community continues to process the recent tragedies, many folks have created ways for us to be with one another & to support the affected families (last updated 12/19 @ 3pm):

  • The Souderton Area High School will be holding a vigil in memory of Nina & in hope for a full recovery for Anthony. The event will take place at the school on 12/22, 6:30pm in the gymnasium; doors will open at 6pm & all are invited to attend. If you have digital photos of to contribute, send them to Dan at by 12/19.
  • A “Longest Night” service will be held at Souderton Mennonite Church, 12/21 at 4pm. There will be a vigil at LCBC Church in Harleysville on 12/21 at 7pm; the Montgomery County Adult Mobile Crises support team will also be set up, starting at 6pm. A “Longest Night” service will also be held at Generations of Indian Valley on 12/22 at 7pm. Visit the Indian Valley Ministerium Facebook page for more info.
  • The Lansdale PD is bringing a crisis response team from Victim Services Center (VSC) to town to help comfort & counsel members of the community. A presentation about VSC will provide a rundown of the many services they offer will be held on 12/22, 6pm at the Lansdale Parks & Recreation building, E. 7th St. & Lansdale Ave. VSC also has hotlines available 24/7: (888) 521-0983 or (610) ASSIST-1.
  • A fund has been set up at Univest for the surviving Stone & Flick children; learn more & donate here. Additionally, the Souderton Community Ambulance has a fund at Univest for Anthony & there is a fund at TD Bank in memory of Nikki & Trish; you may visit any branch to make donations. Finally, a Funds for Flick campaign contribution can be made here.
  • As we mentioned before, if you or someone you know needs support, it’s available 24/7: Montco Children’s Crisis Support phone is 888-HELP-414/(888) 435-7414 & Montco Adult Crisis Support phone is (855) 634-HOPE/(855) 634-4673. Many local schools have additional guidance counselor & social worker support available for students. Remember to check in with your kids & other loved ones — & yourself.
  • The Flick family funerals will be held once Anthony is well enough to attend them. Updates will be posted to the Sadler-Suess Funeral Home website.

If anyone has any other updates they’d like to share, please email us & we’ll edit this post. Our community is resilient, compassionate, & supportive. Together, we will recover & we will thrive <3

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May 7th, 2013

Happy National Teacher Day to all the wonderful, hardworking teachers out there!

Tune into BuxMont Live!

March 15th, 2013

Guidance for Growing will be on the Buxmont Live radio show on Monday, April 8, beginning at 11:10am. Mikaela will be talking with host, John Ralston about April’s health and wellness topic in the Healthy Bites column. Tune in!

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WYBO Food & Nutrition (Real) Talk

March 10th, 2013

Mikaela will be speaking to the Walk Your Butt Off group at Harleysville Books, 680 Main Street (in the Salford Square shopping center) on Thursday, March 14 at 7pm.

There will be no talk of diets, of course! We’ll discuss the principals of healthy eating and the tips for success outlined in the book, and answer food and nutrition questions from the group.

Visit the Walk Your Butt Off page at Harleysville books to sign up >> Click here.

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