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“One Bite at a Time” With Health and Fitness Coach, Speaker and Author, Susan Van Hoosen

Writer  /  Kara Kavensky Photographer  /  Brian Brosmer The answer to the classic question: How do you eat an elephant? Susan Van Hoosen translates her transformational journey and awakening since the passing of her late husband, Trent, into an honest and inspirational guidebook, “One Bite at a Time.” Upon the sudden loss of her husband, Susan sought strength both internally and externally. The rock at the corner of 116th and Hoosier Road, a seemingly innocuous object, became a symbol of strength for Susan. “This is my strength rock”, she says. In her book, she shares how she and the rock ...

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Purdue Varsity Glee Club to Perform at HSE

Writer  /  Abby Craig Back by popular demand, the Purdue Varsity Glee Club will perform at Hamilton Southeastern High School February 10. The Purdue Glee Club has entertained myriads of people during its tenure, performing an astoundingly diverse repertoire, including gospel, vocal jazz, swing music, contemporary hits, romantic ballads, classical choral selections, barbershop pieces, folk melodies, patriotic standards, popular opera choruses, country songs and novelty tunes. The Glee Club performs 50 to 60 times a year for campus, community, state, national, and international events, astounding each audience with their melodies, harmonies, and vocal prowess. The group has toured in numerous ...

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Fishers High School Rugby Preview

FHS Rugby Seeks Another Milestone Year Writer  /  Josh Brown The Fishers High School Rugby team has taken its fair share of lumps over the years. Each of the last three seasons the Tigers have reached the state championship match, falling short in 2014 and 2015, the latter of which was a two-point loss to Hamilton Southeastern. Last year, though, the team dished out some lumps of its own. The Tigers trounced Avon to snatch the 2016 Division I State Championship — the first in the program’s brief history. “The kids were ecstatic,” said head coach John Harley. “It was ...

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Fishers Arts Council: Inspiring Imagination with Newfangled Culture

Writer  /  Janet Streibel The Fishers Arts Council and partner organizations sparked tremendous growth in the local arts scene in 2016. This momentum continues as the non-profit organization invites Fishers residents to explore and enjoy the new public art installations and music performances this year. As visitors enter downtown Fishers from the 1-69/116th Street exit, they can’t miss the recent eye-catching banners on the east side of the new parking garage. The first set of seven 23-foot colorful artworks, titled “Pursuing Innovation” by Rachel Johnson, was unveiled last fall. During this calendar year, two additional banner art series, featuring the ...

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Radiate Sixty Hair Collective

Writer  /  Lisa Mitchell Photographer  /  Amy Unger Change can be a very good thing, whether it’s changing your look or, in the case of Radiate 60 Hair Collective, changing your location. After Carly Rush’s previous salon, Make Fresh on Maple, had to relocate, she joined forces with fellow stylist Krystal Brown to create a unique new salon experience in The Edge building on the corner of Lantern Rd. and 116th St. in downtown Fishers. Rush and Brown became friends while working to launch Antioch Indianapolis, a church that meets in the Murat Theater in downtown Indianapolis. Through their efforts in ...

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FC Pride Soccer Club

Since 2001, the FC Pride Soccer Club has served as the premier travel-level soccer club for the northeast side of Indianapolis and surrounding communities. For the 2017-2018 season and beyond, FC Pride has been the only club in the state selected to be a part of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), providing excellent scholarship exposure for collegiate-bound high school aged soccer players. The ECNL is proven to be the most successful platform for both college and U.S. National Team scouting, as well as offering a consistent top-level competition model. FC Pride fields teams from U7 through U19 for both boys ...

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Fishers “Village Pastor” Joe Freeman: Retirement Is Not The End of Service

Writer  /  Lisa Mitchell Photographer  /  Brian Bosmer Pastor Joe Freeman is known throughout Fishers as the “village pastor”. He is a true example of a pastor called to service by being a part of the community and everywhere he goes, he is connecting with people in name of his call to be of service for expanding God’s kingdom. That is his calling, his vocation, and his true passion. It’s who he fundamentally is. He has no plans to let his retirement from Heartland Church change how and what he does, it will just allow him a little more time ...

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Neighbors Rally to Find Missing Fishers Dog

We had just returned from a Sunday cheer showcase in Bloomington, at 5:30 pm, on a cold January evening. The dark of night was near and when we opened the door to the house, our worried son informed us that our 13-year-old Lhasa/Schnauzer mix, Hoosier, had been missing since 2:00 pm. “What! You didn’t bother to look for him or even text us?” I sneered at him. We adorned our warmest winter coats and boots to begin the search on the cove ice, where he was last seen. After scouring the neighborhoods around the cove and talking to a few ...

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Big crowd will ‘Bop to the Top’ for Riley Hospital

34th annual event – January 21 – One America Tower More than 1,200 stair-climbers are expected to take the “Bop to the Top” challenge on Saturday, January 21, at One America Tower in downtown Indy in the 34th annual charity event that benefits Riley Hospital for Children. Participants will run, walk or crawl up 780 steps, covering 36 floors or 500 feet to the top of the Tower. Those that make it to the top receive a long-sleeve event t-shirt to commemorate the accomplishment. The event will start at 8:30 a.m. and will include several local celebrity “boppers” – Runners ...

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OneZone Announces 2017 Chair of Board of Directors

Angie Jaynes, Primaria Health, has been named Chair of OneZone’s 2017 Board of Directors.  Joining Jaynes on the executive committee are: Jeff Welch, FORUM Credit Union – Chair-elect Michael Drewry, Drewry Simmons Vornehm LLP – Secretary Courtney Lloyd, STAR Financial Bank – Treasurer Jo Biggers – Past Chair Matt Frey, Bub’s Burgers & Ice Cream – At Large  New 2017 board members are Michael Harlowe, IU Health Saxony Hospital; and John Myrland, Old National Bank. About OneZone: OneZone, a Hamilton County chamber of commerce, serves the Central Indiana business community as a commerce connector, strong voice, significant presence and business ...

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