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The Indiana Children’s Wish Fund Honors Georgia Buchanan at their 25th Annual “Portrait of Wishes Gala”


Writer  /  Kara Kavensky Photography provided The Indiana Children’s Wish Fund began in 1984. “Our small staff does huge things,” shares Executive Director Terry Ceaser-Hudson. “We are a local Indiana organization that honors a lot of wishes each year for children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. Our fundraising is mainly done through unique and fabulous events.” These events include an Airplane Pull with Republic Airways, a celebrity softball event held at Victory Field, Fuelicious the night before Automobilia in Carmel, a Celebrity Golf tournament with Fuzzy Zoeller, Evening with the Stars at Prime 47 in Carmel with a celebrity wait staff ...

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Bicentennial Torch Relay Coming Through Zionsville Thursday


The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay, one of the biggest events of the 2016 Bicentennial celebration, will be going through both Boone and Hamilton counties with participants making their way through Zionsville and Carmel. Tailored to look like the Olympic Torch Relay, Indiana’s version will run through all 92 of the state’s counties and cover more than 2,300 miles over a six-week period. The relay started on Sept. 9, is set to end Oct. 15 and will travel six days per week for five weeks. More than a dozen Boone County residents were selected to participate, and a total of 36 ...

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Trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville 2016


The official trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville are 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Oct. 31. For those participating in Halloween festivities, Zionsville Fire Department has offered the following safety tips: When choosing a costume, stay away from long trailing fabric. If your child is wearing a mask, make sure the eye holes are large enough so they can see it. Provide children with flashlights to carry for lighting or glow sticks as part of their costumes. Dried flowers, cornstalks and crepe paper catch fire easily. Keep decorations away from open flames and other heat sources like light bulbs and heaters. Use ...

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Marianne Glick Continuing a Family Legacy and Creating One of Her Own


Writer  /  Kara Kavensky Photographer  /  Brian Brosmer Marianne Glick knows no stranger. Everyone she sees walk into the new offices of The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Foundation receives a warm smile and a hug. As Chairman of The Glick Family Foundation Board of Directors, Marianne is honoring her passion for helping others. Giving has been a common theme, established throughout Marianne’s life by her mother and father. Eugene and Marilyn were so focused on giving back to the community that they have collectively changed the landscape of the city of Indianapolis. “There are so many people who don’t have ...

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Your Neighborhood Yoga Studio


Writer / Jennifer Magley Comfort, relaxation and welcoming – three words that capture Peace Through Yoga Studio located on Zionsville’s Main Street. “We practice Real Life Yoga at all three of our studio locations. We are a neighborhood studio and understand that people have heard about the benefits of yoga. They may even be practicing at home to a video but are uncomfortable walking into a studio,” says owner Mindi Epstein. “We have created a non-judgmental space for those who might not otherwise have been comfortable walking into a studio. Our mission statement is: We meet you where you are, ...

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AT&T President Bill Soards on Innovation


Writer  /  Kara Reibel Photographer  /  Brian Brosmer Entering the office of Indiana’s President of AT&T is a step back in time to the days of Mad Men. The woodwork and furnishings are of a different era. Yet regardless of the resurgence in popularity of mid-century furniture and design aesthetic, the offices are being updated to reflect a change in the times. As President of AT&T, Bill Soards brings a unique element of youth and energy to his position. Progressive and forward thinking, his leadership comes at a critical time. While all of his predecessors have looked toward the horizon, ...

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Memories of a Lifetime: Talent Search Kicks Off For 54th Circle of Lights


Writer  /  Tonja Talley Photography  provided Magic and excitement will again permeate the air around Monument Circle during one of Central Indiana’s most treasured holiday traditions – the Circle of Lights®. Presented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) #481, the 54th Circle of Lights® will kick off the holiday season, starting at 6 p.m. on Friday, November 25. The celebration will include acts from around Central Indiana, a performance from the cast of the 2016 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s “IPL Yuletide Celebration” and a visit by the big guy himself – Santa Claus. The evening will culminate with the ...

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Boone County Goes Blue


Writer / Janelle Morrison Every man and woman that puts on a uniform representing his or her police department, public safety agency or branch of military is somebody’s someone. They are sons, daughters, husbands, wives, brothers, sisters, fathers or mothers. They have hopes, dreams and fears just like everyone else. What makes these individuals particularly unique is that they are willing to risk their lives on a daily basis for someone that they may never meet. They laugh, shed tears and yes, they can even be wounded and die. As a community, we rely on these brave men and women ...

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“He, Plus Art, Equals Heart”


An Exhibition of the Iconic Peter Max Writer / Janelle Morrison An incredibly rare and remarkable event is about to unfold in historic downtown Zionsville. This October 7-9, CV Art and Frame is hosting the iconic artist Peter Max and an exhibition of some of his brilliant works of art. “It is an overwhelming honor to have Peter Max come here to our gallery,” expressed Barbara Jennings, owner of CV Art and Frame. “To be able to host and share this genuine gentleman and his love and happiness with all of our community is an incredible opportunity. He truly is ...

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Quest to Visit America’s Treasures


Zionsville Couple Vows to See It All Writer / Rebecca Wood  •  Photos provided For many, a good vacation includes a sandy beach and a comfy lounge chair. Katie and Jason Metz think differently. This Zionsville couple would rather use vacation time to tour a Civil War battlefield or trek through a rocky canyon. The Metzes are like-minded in their approach to travel. Their trips are planned with military precision; their schedules are tight. A firm agenda is essential to the Metzes. After all, they are goal-setters on a quest to visit all 412 sites under the National Park Service ...

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