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  • Dog walk raises $30K for Bryan Clauson ‘Strut 2 Save Lives’
    9/22/2020 Dogs had their day on Sunday as hundreds of canines and their owners came out for the fifth annual Bryan Clauson “Strut 2 Save lives” dog walk and fundraiser at Dillon Park in Noblesville.
    Unlike the 2019 Strut, which took place on the last day of June and was a very hot day, Sunday’s weather was perfect for dogs and their owners, who made a lap around the park for the event that also included food, raffles, prizes, vendors and dog agility course, and raised $30,000 for the Indiana Donor Network to bring awareness to organ donations.
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  • Local Trump boat parades rally support
    9/19/2020 Anyone out on the main body of Morse Reservoir in Noblesville just before noon on Sunday likely took notice of the huge Morse Reservoir Trump Boat Rally.
    I found out about the boat rally a couple of days in advance and decided to drive up to Cicero. We watched the boats come into sight from the Red Bridge Park fishing pier across from Trump Hill, a large grassy hill overlooking the lake with “Trump” cut into the grass.
    I don’t think I’ve ever seen so much enthusiasm for a presidential election.
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  • Free movie, music, family fun among 40 things to do
    9/18/2020 The weekend is here. Enjoy a Noblesville Parks-sponsored free family movie tonight at Southside park, visit Kids Day at the Market on Saturday morning at Federal Hill, and bring your dog out on Sunday for the Bryan Clauson Strut 2 Save Lives one-mile walk at Dillon Park, all in Noblesville.
    These are among 40 things to do this weekend and beyond.
    Here’s my list:
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  • New stadium being built for community
    9/17/2020 By now, you’ve probably learned that Noblesville Schools has turned the first sod on a $14 million “community” stadium behind Noblesville High School.
    And while I am always nostalgic about moving on from the old to the new, I can see all of the positives in building a new stadium.
    In fact, after the ground-breaking ceremony, I talked to Noblesville Schools associate superintendent David Mundy, who gave me the skinny on the stadium plus caught me up to speed on a lot of good things happening in the district.
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  • Flea market will replace NPA Historic Home Tour
    9/16/2020 Noblesville Preservation Alliance has created a neighborhood Flea Market event that will replace this Saturday’s Historic Home Tour in hopes of raising enough money to transform the facade of NPA’s new home, Preservation Hall.
    NPA’s Historic Home Tour committee volunteers were already hard at work. A neighborhood and a theme were chosen. The tour’s promotional poster had been designed.
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  • Cicero Legion remembers, commemorates
    9/15/2020 On Friday morning, Cicero American Legion Post 341 historian and U.S. Army veteran Russell Ross stood at attention as he listened to fellow Legion member Tye Anderson play taps on his bugle to remember 9/11 on the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
    The 9/11 is shorthand for the four terrorist attacks carried out by al-Qaeda, an Islamic extremist group, on Sept. 11, 2001.
    As a tribute to all of the victims of 9/11, Anderson played taps in front of the Legion Post at 9:59 a.m. Friday.
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  • County’s Koteewi Lake opens today for recreational activities
    9/12/2020 There’s a new place in Hamilton County for the community to make memories.
    Koteewi Lake at Strawtown Koteewi Park in Noblesville opens today to the public.
    Hamilton County Parks and Recreation staff played host to an opening ceremony on Thursday that saw county staff and dignitaries and volunteers and trade partners, with rods and reels in hands, casting out the first fishing lines into the new recreational lake.
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  • Food, movies, music among 35 things to do
    9/11/2020 It’s Friday. And it’s time for Food Truck Friday at lunchtime today and Noblesville Parks’ Free Friday Movie in the Park tonight and a rock concert on Saturday night, all at Federal Hill Commons in Noblesville.
    The events are among 35 things to do on this weekend and beyond. Here’s my list:
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  • Scout collects donations to fill pantries, earn award
    9/10/2020 I always love to hear about kids caught being good.
    That’s why today I’m writing about Isabella Whitaker, a seventh-grader at Noblesville West Middle School who’s doing good things in Girl Scouts while helping others in need.
    She just launched her Silver Award Project working with Noblesville’s Hall family and their eight Hamilton County food pantries that they’ve opened this year.
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  • Beavers want to give more to community

    Chris Beaver has a big smile on his face as he talks about finding yet another way for the Beaver family to give back to the community.
    Beaver, 56, Noblesville, is the owner of Beaver Materials, a more than 70-year-old Noblesville-based fifth-generation family-owned company that produces sand, gravel and crushed concrete. 
    Two years ago, Beaver Materials paid $83,000 for the naming rights of the Noblesville Millers’ football field and named it Beaver Materials Field.
    Now, Beaver Materials is partnering with Hamilton County Parks and Recreation with plans to expand Potter's Bridge Park in Noblesville.

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