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Taxman Brewery Company Set to Open Second Location in Fortville


Nathan Huelsebusch, president and CEO of Taxman Brewery Company (13 S. Baldwin St. in Bargersville), has enjoyed so much success at the southside location that the Taxman team is ready to launch a new restaurant and pilot brewery in Fortville. “We just celebrated our second anniversary in September in Bargersville, and we are really excited to be launching our second location in Fortville,” Huelsebusch said during a recent interview. “We want to expand our northside presence and help grow the Fortville Main Street business district. I think we will draw a lot of customers from the communities surrounding Fortville: Geist, ...

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Roncalli High Sschool Open House – Thursday, November 3rd


Roncalli invites all prospective students in 5th – 8th grades, along with their parents and family members, to join us for Open House 2016 on Thursday, November 3rd from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. All facets of school life at Roncalli will be on display. Prospective students will be able to visit information booths on all academic, extra-curricular and service organizations and have an opportunity to speak with current students, teachers, coaches, club moderators and school administrators. Tours of the school will be available throughout the entire two hour time period. Please stop by anytime between 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 ...

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Chuck Horsman – Making Art With a Personal Connection


Art is everywhere you look. It’s on the walls of our homes and offices, in schools and on billboards and advertisements. It’s on the packaging of the products that we buy and so much more. Oftentimes, we hardly stop to notice, but without art, all the canvases of our daily lives would be completely blank. Before that happens, some in the local artist community want to raise awareness and appreciation for art. Center Grove area artist Chuck Horsman is one artist on a mission to spread art appreciation and awareness. Horsman just got a boost from Mallow Run Winery with ...

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Statement on Center Grove and Greenwood Community Magazines


By way of introduction, my name is Tom Britt and I’m the founder and publisher of the Towne Post Network, Inc. My wife Jeanne and I started the business in thirteen years ago with the launch of Geist Community Newsletter. What started as a black and white newsletter published out of our third bedroom has evolved into 8 full-color monthly magazines reaching over 120,000 homes in Avon, Broad Ripple, Carmel, Center Grove, Fishers, Geist, Greenwood and Zionsville. Our expansion happened by licensing our processes, procedures, website addresses, and even the names for other community magazines around the Indianapolis metro area ...

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Fall Fashion Trends Hit Local Boutique


Cooler temperatures are approaching, and that means only one thing to a fashion lover: fall trends. Brianne’s Boutique delivers the latest styles, carrying limited quantities of most items which allows customers to find something for their unique style. From ankle booties, vests and ponchos to tunic style tops, leggings, hats and everything in between, rest assured that fall is going to be the best season yet. The colors of falling leaves and autumn often carry over into the fashion world. While gray is always a popular color in the cooler months, you can expect to see shades of blue, green, ...

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Susan G. Komen Central Indiana Ambassador Carin Henderson


Writer / Cathy Wendorff Photographer / Marc Sirkin Carin Henderson, 2016 Ambassador for the Komen of Central Indiana Organization, has a winning smile after defeating breast cancer with her army of family and friends. During her five surgeries and five-year battle, she armed herself with a strong faith, sense of humor and determination that inspires others. Carin lives in Greenwood with her two sons, works two jobs, spent eight years as a member of the Army National Guard and is proud to be an “Ultimate Mom.” Her favorite pastime is cheering for Conner, a senior, and Alex, a junior, at ...

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Rebel Cardinal: Former Roncalli Stand Out Lands in the NFL

Cole Turner with his new team, the Arizona Cardinals, and his parents Dave and Angie.

When former Greenwood resident Cole Toner was a child, playing Bantam league football, his parents saw a large athletic child. They saw a child who wasn’t allowed to carry the ball because he was too big. They saw a gentle and kind boy. They still see that boy, but they also see a player in the National Football League, chosen by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2016 National Football League draft. Playing football as a child, Cole was one of the biggest kids in the league. In fact, he was so big that he wasn’t permitted to carry the ball, ...

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Oaken Barrel Raises a Toast to New Greenwood Development


Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Brian Brosmer Kwang Casey, owner of Oaken Barrel Brewing Company, says he is a true blue southsider and is looking forward to bringing further development to Greenwood. Casey has been working with the Greenwood Redevelopment Commission on a project to enhance the retail location area that Oaken Barrel is located in. “I love Greenwood, and I’m working with some Franklin developers to change the retail center that Oaken Barrel is in to bring in more new businesses that will hopefully thrive,” Casey said. “The Greenwood Redevelopment Center has approved $500,000 to support a project ...

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The Barn at Bay Horse Inn


The Making of a Dream Come True Writer / Suzanne Huntzinger Photographers / Jennifer Soots Photography & Mitch Jacki Weddings, ponies, being surrounded by the peace of nature and having your favorite job – it’s the stuff of all little girls’ dreams. Amanda Cottingham dared to dream about it, and now she’s living it. With the grand opening of The Barn at Bay Horse Inn last month, Amanda experienced the culmination of her dream come true. The event facility is nestled in the middle of seven acres of nature in the heart of the Center Grove area and offers an ...

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Humble Hands: Friends, Family and Faith Combine to Help Others

Gina Royer (left) and Miki Bolton (right) run Humble Hands, a local non-profit.

In 2014, Center Grove resident Gina Royer had a dilemma. Her husband Jason flips homes, and the owners of the homes that he flips often left items behind – furniture, appliances, even clothing. Jason and Gina felt that the items could be put to good use. At the same time, Miki Bolton, who had been friends with Gina for years, had been thinking about starting a charity to assist local families who had fallen on hard times. Both Miki and Gina felt that God had chosen to bless them with these ideas at the same time in order to make ...

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