What makes Molly Martin smile? “Anything,” said the 26-year-old Noblesville resident. “I like to smile. I love nature. I like making other people smile. I love keeping Noblesville beautiful, help keeping it clean. I’m a person who just loves to smile.” Wearing a T-shirt that reads “Hippie state of mind,” she was found with her parents, Jack and Chris Martin, volunteering at the Keep Noblesville Beautiful nonprofit booth at the Noblesville Farmers Market. “Keep Noblesville Beautiful is a nonprofit organization that will help beautify our city, and we also put up a sculpture at the Midland Trace Trailhead.” This is a lookback at a previous Faces of Hamilton County. The Martins were found at the 2021 Noblesville Farmers Market, which will have its last market of the season this Saturday at Federal Hill Commons. Hours are 8 a.m. to noon. The market will then close for the season until May 2024. Molly was born and raised in Noblesville and graduated from Guerin Catholic High School in 2014. She said in 2021: “After high school, I went and immediately got a job. I took a gap year from school, still haven’t really gone to college. I’m not entirely sure what I want to do. I actually work for them” at Martin & Martin Insurance in downtown Noblesville. Molly and her parents belong to Keep Noblesville Beautiful. Her mom is vice chairperson and her dad is treasurer. “I love Keep Noblesville Beautiful. I just love that we’re able to bring awareness to our own city and to show off its beauty.” She and her parents were also found in spring 2022 beautifying Logan Street with new plantings, readying for the Indiana Peony Festival, which each year since then happens in Seminary Park in downtown Noblesville. Keep Noblesville Beautiful accomplishments include successfully completing 69 projects, beautifying 264 homes and yards, recycling 128 tires, recycling 7,935 pounds of metal, collecting 934 bags of trash on Indiana 37, giving away 1,800 tree seedlings, planting 16,650 daffodil bulbs, recycling 475,205 pounds of paper with 976 total volunteers. The community can help Keep Noblesville Beautiful by becoming a volunteer, making a donation or becoming a sponsor. Visit keepnoblesvillebeautiful.org.