Nose will go on

Message from Matt

Dear LOGAN Friends & Family,

The safety and well-being of our clients, our staff and our community friends is always our top priority, so we’re adjusting our remaining March activities to comply with recommendations from state and local officials, in response to COVID-19.

Although we can’t gather and celebrate in-person as friends and family of LOGAN on March 23, the NOSE must go on! That’s right, the Great LOGAN Nose-On will go on this year, but not with a luncheon. Yes, at this very moment we’re planning a virtual celebration that’s guaranteed to be a showstopper! And you’re invited. We’ll update you with more details soon, but in the meantime this is what you need to nose.

Changes to March Nose-On Activities

As you know, this year we can’t have some of our favorite activities, which include the following:
·         The city’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade 
·         Celebrity book reading at Barnes & Noble on March 14
·         Disabilities Awareness Day for local 4th- and 5th-graders on March 31

March is Still Our Month

Besides raising awareness, The Great LOGAN Nose-On also raises vital funds for the programs LOGAN provides for the children, adults and families we serve.

We can’t say thank you enough to our 2020 Nose-On sponsors and to the schools and businesses selling our Nose-On swag. Those sales will continue throughout the month of March, along with givebacks from local restaurants, including Barnaby’s Pizza South Bend, Brew Werks, Taphouse on the Edge and the Purple Porch.

There’s nose doubt March is still our month, and that’s all because of you! Thank you for keeping the Nose-On tradition going for 32 years.


Matt Harrington
LOGAN President and CEO