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Bryan Mills and his mom, Michey Mills, (back, center) surrounded by family, pose in front of Bobby’s Bull Pen and with the Kentucky Blue Chrysler LeBaron convertible, owned by the late Bobby Mills, who created the Bobby Mills Field of Dreams baseball field.
Thanks to the late Bobby Mills, about 1,300 boys and girls, ages 3-12, annually play baseball on turf fields with scoreboards, lights, bleachers and dugouts. There are two towers, a concession stand, pavilion, restrooms, pitching practice area, batting cages and portable pitching mounds.
The Field of Dreams, a baseball complex of eight fully equipped diamonds, opened in 1999 next to Hazel Dell Elementary on school property on Indiana 32 in Noblesville.
One of Noblesville's favorite summer events will be here soon.
Noblesville Main Street has scheduled the 26th annual Noblesville Street Dance on the historic courthouse square 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. July 8. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. Riverview Health and the City of Noblesville will serve as the title sponsors of this year's event.
Noblesville Schools and the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation have appointed Adriann Young as executive director for the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation, replacing Sharon Trisler who retired earlier this year.
USI Consultants, Inc. will begin its topographic survey, utility location coordination and geotechnical investigation along the Pleasant Street corridor from Ind. 37 to Ind. 32 and Hague Road this week.
As part of the work, citizens should expect to see utility location marks and flags which are required to locate and record the location of infrastructure for the survey so it can be located on maps and plans.
Now that the spring monsoons have more-or-less concluded, Indiana is in the midst of the vampire season. Every outdoor adventure between now and the first frost will include an uninvited host of uninvited flying and crawling critters in search of that refreshing sip of human blood.
My home office is downstairs, which was just a cellar when we moved into the house 25 years ago. We invested a little money to fix it up, so then it became a basement. I guess you could call it a finished basement. But apparently it wasn't finished, because the builder we hired said that for a few extra bucks he could add some decorative touches and then we could call it our lower level. We didn't have "that" kind of money.
Indiana's tourism industry directly employs 155,000 Hoosier and supports 202,000 jobs statewide, according to the Indiana Office of Tourism Development. Between lodging, food and beverage, shopping, transportation, entertainment and recreational spending, tourism in the state generates $11.5 billion.