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Fishers Resident Runs for LLS Man of the Year

Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Demi Lawrence Jason Llewellyn is looking for a few good donors, and he needs your help. Llewellyn, a Fishers resident, is running for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Man of the Year program, hoping to raise more than $100,000 for LLS cancer research. Each year, in communities across the country, dedicated candidates engage in an exciting competition to earn the LLS “Man & Woman of the Year” titles. Llewellyn, a CPA, said one of his first clients, Jim Ficher, was diagnosed with leukemia two years ago. “Jim has become a very good friend ...

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Fishers Mom of the Year: Cindy Holladay

Writer / Janet Striebel Photographer / Brian Brosmer Cindy Holladay, mother of three, found a church home at New Hope Presbyterian, where she serves on a MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) committee. Anyone who knows Cindy can’t help but see a positive spark plug who ignites the energy within others around her to make something encouraging happen. For instance, after seeing the need for water in Flint, Michigan in 2016, she started a water drive. As a result, in less than two weeks, her MOPS group raised 77 cases, 32 gallons and nine liters of water. Around this same time, one ...

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Don’t Hesitate, Prepare a Last Will Today With Nice Law Firm

Writer / Mary Wisehart Phillips Are you making the same retirement mistake that 64 percent of Americans are making who have children under the age of 18 years? Or that 58 percent of Americans are making who are under the age of 52? Or the 40 percent who are under 71 years of age? Retirement planning goes beyond what you are saving or not saving. You are, if you have not prepared a last will and testament or a trust, according to a survey by Care.com. Don’t leave your loved ones with the unnecessary burden and heartache in an already ...

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The Chris Schulhof Home Selling Team

From Humble Beginnings to Realty Superstars Writer/ Josh Brown Chris Schulhof moved to the Geist area 33 years ago, but it was humble beginnings for the owner of one of the most successful RE/MAX franchises in all of Indiana. When Schulhof moved to Geist in 1984 it was “all cornfields and woods.” He quickly found work at the Geist Marina — pumping gas for boaters as they pulled in. “It was a lot of fun,” Schulhof says. “Today, a lot of those people I was pumping gas for, I’m now selling their homes.” After graduating from Purdue, Schulhof began his ...

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Connecting Hearts: Jennie Hesher

Fishers mom brings flowers, cheer to local seniors. Writer / Suzanne Huntzinger Photographer / Brian Brosmer My grandmother adorned the altar of her parish with her homegrown roses every weekend faithfully. My sisters and I accompanied her when we were in town visiting. When my grandma was placed in a nursing home and no longer capable of decorating the church, I often wondered if someone might remember her and bring her flowers to put a smile on her face. Had our family not lived two-and-a-half hours away from her, I would gladly have done it. Sadly, many residents at nursing ...

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FoxGardin Family Emphasizes Fresh Food, Family-friendly Atmosphere

Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Brian Brosmer FoxGardin Kitchen & Ale’s newest location, FoxGardin Family Kitchen, at 10410 Olio Road is a family-friendly restaurant with a wide variety of excellent lunch and dinner items for both adults and kids. Toby Shelton, managing partner of FoxGardin, said the Fishers location opened on Feb. 14, with a strong turnout of guests. “We saw a real opportunity and need for another restaurant in this area, and we made it happen,” Shelton said. “We have had an overwhelmingly positive response from the Fishers and Geist area. They love the neighborhood and community feel ...

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Lily & Sparrow Boutique Moves to New Fishers Location

Writer / Janet Striebel Photographer / Josh Brown Lily & Sparrow Boutique has moved from Maple St. to the corner of Lantern and 116th St., below The Escape Room. It’s across the lobby from The Well Coffeehouse and Radiate 60 Hair Collective within the Edge Building. This new location allows the convenience of getting your hair done, picking out a new, chic outfit to wear to that party on Saturday and then grabbing a coffee to celebrate. On March 1, Lily & Sparrow Boutique celebrated its 3-year anniversary. This specialty shop offers casual clothing, shoes, jewelry and other accessories. You ...

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Wasson Nursery & Outdoor Living Celebrates Grand Opening In Fishers

Writer / Jon Shoulders Photographer / Brian Brosmer Hamilton County residents in need of a nursery, garden center, outdoor living or landscaping supplier, without the big-box store feel, are in luck starting April 21 when family-owned Wasson Nursery & Outdoor Living kicks off the grand opening for its new Fishers location. Located on East 126th Street, Wasson Nursery will feature bold residential design concepts, state of the art grills, such as the new American Muscle, unique home and outdoor accessories and employ 30 to 40 people in its first year. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Friday, April 21, ...

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Fishers 2017 Mom of the Year Finalists

You’ve sent in your nominations, and now it’s time to decide the Mom of the Year! The following are finalists for 2017 Fishers Mom of the Year. Visit atfishers.com to cast your vote for the winner. The deadline to vote is April 15, and you can vote once daily until then. Cindy Holladay Nominated by Lauren Frasier, who says: People like Cindy Holladay make the Fishers community award-winning. She is my nomination, not just because she’s a wonderful mother to three beautiful girls, but because she is a “mom” to the entire community. Cindy is the co-coordinator of a local ...

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Rick Renschen: Building Trust and Superior Designs with MD Architects

Writer  /  Janet Striebel Photographers  /  Dale Pickett & Eric Meyer If you ever meet Rick Renschen, a local architect, then you won’t forget his down-to-earth demeanor and warm approachable character. The photos of his projects like Four Day Ray Brewery and Bangs Laboratories reflect topnotch designs with exquisite flair. Yet, his presence in conversation reveal a humble, hardworking and caring professional who’s passionate about meeting the needs of his clients with every mission. Renschen was born in Nebraska, lived in Colorado and Minnesota before moving to Greencastle, Indiana when he was a junior in high school. After taking some ...

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