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Fishers Music Works Reignites Performers

Writters  / Jocelyn Vare & Connie Nimmo Photography  /  Fishers Music Works Marc Feeney, 40, is a Fishers resident with a passion for music. It all started when he was young, Feeney recalls dusting off a forgotten cornet hidden in his grandmother’s farmhouse attic. Intrigue set in and he tried to play the old horn. With a little determination and a lot of practice, he joined the fifth grade band at his elementary school. “I loved making music because it was a fun challenge that set off new fireworks in my head,” Feeney says. Music poured from his trumpet throughout ...

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Who’s Transforming Women Into Healthier, Happier Beings?

Writer / Janet Striebel Wouldn’t it be great if women could work out in a fitness studio where they could feel comfortable wearing a t-shirt and yoga pants instead of designer shorts and a matching sports bra? A non-judgmental place where only women are working out with continuous help from an experienced personal trainer who modifies every exercise, every workout, every session, every week. This place already exists in Fishers. It’s called Fit Chicks! and is in the new Kroger plaza off Olio Road. Fit Chicks is celebrating its 5-year anniversary in the community because it’s a program that really ...

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A Perfect Match

Beloved Brides Boutique expands to bigger space in Fishers Writer & Photographer / Allison Yates When Carmel High School graduate Alyssa Kelley went to study fashion design at the Art Institute of Indianapolis, she never imaged she’d open up her own bridal shop. When studying, she naturally gravitated towards formal wear and had internships at two different bridal shops in Indianapolis — she realized this industry was where she belonged. It’s funny, she admits, because she herself, “never wears formal wear.” She may not be wearing formal gowns on a daily basis, but as the owner of Beloved Brides, she’s ...

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“The Greatest Spectacle in Cycling”

CycleBar is an indoor cycling franchise that features an IMAX type theater with incredible sound.  Enjoy getting into the holiday spirit and shape with music, FREE give-away, shopping and friends.  #MakingMemories #MakingADifference #CycleToIndy500 CycleBar Trader’s Point opened it doors in April of 2016.  This May, Cyclebar Trader’s Point will launch The Greatest Spectacle in Cycling May 1- 24th.  The member that rides the MOST miles during this time will win 2 tickets to the Indy 500.  The 2nd place winner will win 2 tickets to the IPL 500 Festival Parade (500Festival.com).   We will follow the riders success with a leaderboard ...

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2017 Fishers Dad of the Year Finalists

You’ve sent in your nominations, and now it’s time to decide the Dad of the Year! The following are finalists for 2017 Fishers Dad of the Year. Visit atfishers.com to cast your vote for the winner. The deadline to vote is May 12, and you can vote once daily until then. Andrew Soley Nominated by Brianna Soley, who says: Andrew is such a great Dad who always chooses time with our family over anything else. He loves to play with our daughter, and even when he has long days at work he still finds energy to be present with us ...

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FHS Winter Guard Competes In International Competition

Writer / Demi Lawrence Fishers High School’s winter guard team of 22 students placed 6th out of more than 300 schools at the Winter Guard International World Championships competition in Dayton, Ohio on April 6-8. WGI brings hundreds of students together every year from around the country, and even from around the world, to perform and compete in several minute-long shows involving a mix of choreography, flag throwing, riffle throwing and much more. This placement alone is enough to turn heads in the winter guard world, but considering that this was FHS’s first appearance at WGI, it made the honor ...

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Eye-Catching Jewelry: Dana Bain

Writer / Jessica Lollino Photographer / Brian Brosmer Dana Bain brings a blend of L.A. edge and SoCal bliss to the wrists and necks of the people of Indianapolis and abroad. Her jewelry line, july twenty two (J22 for short), is a boutiquey bit of ethereal and inspired pieces meant to reflect the uniqueness of its wearer. Handcrafted and entirely original, Dana’s designs are those pieces you wear that get attention and compliments. Her eclectic pieces are inspired by both the people in her life and the places she’s been. The july twenty two boho bands make you want to load ...

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Kick ALS In the Cornhole

Tournament coming May 13 benefitting Wes Shealey Fund for ALS Support Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Brian Brosmer Fishers resident, Wes Shealey, wants you to help kick ALS in the cornhole. Shealey, who was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease in 2015, is promoting a fundraiser to raise awareness of ALS and funds for ALS research. It’s called the “Kick ALS In the Cornhole Tournament,” a night of socializing benefitting the Wes Shealey Fund for ALS Support. The tournament will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 13 at Fishers Sports Academy, 12910 Ford Drive. Shealey, who still ...

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Paint It Pink!

Metro Elevator teams up with Susan G. Komen Central Indiana Writer Kara Kavensky Photographer / Brian Brosmer Metro Elevator, a 47-year old company, originally owned a fleet of orange construction elevators, until one day, when their Executive Vice President, Roger Brummett, walked by the painting crew as they were complaining about the selection and quality of the color. “Paint them whatever color you want,” he said. As he walked away, he stopped and turned abruptly and said, “What if we painted them pink?” The question opened up possibilities and led to a new philanthropic marketing campaign with the end result ...

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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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