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  • Red Stocking Fund will benefit Noblesville students
    11/19/2018 Every year at this time, Tri Kappa sorority asks us at The Times newspaper to partner up in the promotion of the Beta Epsilon chapter’s annual Red Stocking Fund drive.
    And every year at this time, I ask the drive’s coordinators, Mary Jane Polsgrove and Anita Beck, along with Noblesville Township Trustee Tom Kenley, to put on their Christmas red and Santa hats to snap a photo to promote the drive.
    We here at The Times are always glad to help with this fundraiser.
    Money raised ensure the children of Noblesville have shoes, clothing, school supplies, and shelter as well as medicines and other necessities. In 2018, more than 100 students and their families were assisted, I’m told.
    Noblesville Township Trustee Office distributes the funds throughout the year to the school children of Noblesville.
  • 11/19/2018 Every year at this time, Tri Kappa sorority asks us at The Times newspaper to partner up in the promotion of the Beta Epsilon chapter’s annual Red Stocking Fund drive.
    And every year at this time, I ask the drive’s coordinators, Mary Jane Polsgrove and Anita Beck, along with Noblesville Township Trustee Tom Kenley, to put on their Christmas red and Santa hats to snap a photo to promote the drive.
    We here at The Times are always glad to help with this fundraiser.
    Money raised ensure the children of Noblesville have shoes, clothing, school supplies, and shelter as well as medicines and other necessities. In 2018, more than 100 students and their families were assisted, I’m told.
  • Noblesville Detective Robert Saxon earns cybersecurity specialist certificate
    11/19/2018 On Saturday, The Noblesville Police Department announced that Detective Robert Saxon had completed pilot cybersecurity specialist training at the University of Louisville.
    “Cybersecurity is an area of national priority,” said UofL President Neeli Bendapudi. “Through the combined efforts of the J.B. Speed School of Engineering, the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Business, UofL is helping to provide the skills necessary for law enforcement agencies of all sizes to combat cyber-crime.”
    The training, funded by a research grant from the U.S. National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security, is part of UofL’s Cyber Security Initiative.
  • New staffers build capacity for growth at the Center for the Performing Arts
    11/19/2018 Two experienced development professionals have recently joined the staff of the Center for the Performing Arts and the Great American Songbook Foundation.
    Braden Hurley has served since August as Director of Corporate Development. Kendra Latta began work in October as Director of Individual Development. They join Vice President of Development Michael Pettry and other staffers in building philanthropic and corporate support for the two affiliated nonprofit organizations, which are housed on a three-venue campus that sees more than 350,000 visitors each year.
    “The Center and the Foundation are still relatively young organizations, but they have advanced quickly in terms of their programming and their local and national profiles,” Pettry said. “Now, we are building our development team with an aggressive eye toward expanding our strategic partnerships and long-term financial support.”
  • Becoming Good Men at NEMS
    11/17/2018 Confidence has grown. Heads have lifted up. And even some of the students have become “kind of like a superstar in the school.”
    That’s how Mark Booth describes members of Noblesville East Middle School’s Good Men’s Club.
    One of those members is eighth-grader Dacota Hampton, who was a little shy but came out of his shell after being a part of the club. Hampton even auditioned for and was cast as Neleus, the statue in the park, in NEMS’s fall musical, “Mary Poppins Jr.,” in early November.
    “He went from a kid who wasn’t barely participating in anything and mediocre grades, to a kid now who has super confidence and is all over the school, and he’s just built that confidence and self-esteem…,” Booth said. “Hopefully, it’s going to boost him going on his way as he heads over to the high school.
  • 11/17/2018 Riverview Health recently earned several national awards from Healthgrades, including America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery two years in a row for its high-quality care. Healthgrades is the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals.
    “Hospitals that have achieved the Healthgrades America’s 100 Best Hospitals for orthopedic surgery have proven their dedication to quality care and exceptional outcomes,” said Dr. Brad Bowman, chief medical officer at Healthgrades. “Consumers should consider hospital quality when navigating their care journeys, and this recognition distinguishes Riverview Health in the marketplace.”
  • 11/17/2018 Kick off the holiday shopping season during ‘Shop Fishers’, the citywide celebration of Small Business Saturday, on Nov. 24 where shoppers will enjoy exclusive discounts and promotions at businesses throughout Fishers. See the event map for participating businesses.
    New this year, the Fishers Winter Farmers’ Market will join the celebration, and the first 50 market shoppers will receive $5 in Market Bucks to be redeemed at any market vendor. The market is open 9 a.m. until noon at Holland Park.
    Don't miss the Shop Fishers Music Hall inside City Hall where shoppers can take a break from shopping and enjoy hot cocoa and cookies accompanied by live music from Fishers Music Works presented by Nickel Plate Arts. An art exhibit presented by Fishers Arts Council will also be open inside City Hall.
  • PHOTO: Noblesville Lions Club honors veterans
    11/17/2018 The Lions mascot “Stanley” (Steve Craig) sits with veterans on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at an event where the local Lions Club honored local vets with a dinner at the Jim Dandy restaurant. The Lions have been doing this for the last several years. The club had around 29 local veterans attend for a free dinner, where each veteran was asked to say a few words about their service. The local Lions Club had one WWII Navy veteran attend who is 91-years-old.
  • 11/17/2018 Ten Indiana nonprofit environmental organizations will receive $154,577 in grants from the Duke Energy Foundation to enhance and improve Indiana’s environment. Hamilton County Parks and Recreation was one of the organizations to receive grant monies. The Hamilton County Parks and Recreation will receive $14,500 toward a mobile environment and nature education trailer.
    “We understand the importance of maintaining a commitment to environmental responsibility in our communities,” said Melody Birmingham-Byrd, Duke Energy Indiana state president. “That’s why we work with a number of stakeholders to develop initiatives that lessen the impact of energy production on surrounding habitats.”
  • 11/17/2018 Riverview Health recently announced the certification of its Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation program by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). Riverview Health was recognized for its commitment to improving the quality of life by enhancing standards of care.
    “This certification is a true testament to our hardworking team who ensure our patients are getting the best care possible,” said Tricia Hall, manager of Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation at Riverview Health. “Whether it’s rehab after a heart attack or a chronic lung disease, our goal is to provide personalized care that gets our patients back to enjoying their lives—it’s very rewarding.”
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