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Tapestry: A Day For Women featuring Mina Starsiak Hawk


Tapestry: A Day For Women
featuring Mina Starsiak Hawk
Celebrate the fabric of women in a day of inspiration, renewal, and education for women in all stages of life while raising funds for scholarships at Purdue University Fort Wayne. 

Mina Starsiak Hawk, cofounder of Two Chicks and a Hammer and host of the HGTV series “Good Bones,” will be the keynote speaker for Tapestry 2021. The fundraising event for student scholarships is scheduled for Sept. 17 at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. Purdue University Fort Wayne and Parkview Health are co-founders of this annual community event celebrating women.

Hawk and her mother, Karen Laine, created Two Chicks and a Hammer, a home renovation company, in Indianapolis in 2007. Their goal was to revitalize neighborhoods in the Circle City, one house at a time. In 2014, the duo appeared in a pilot project for HGTV, “Two Chicks and a Hammer,” and in 2015, the network picked up the series with a new title, “Good Bones.”

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