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  • TCC donates appreciation boxes to more than 500 schools nationwide
    2/27/2021 Round Room LLC, the nation’s largest Verizon Authorized Retailer, announces today that all 526 of its TCC stores donated appreciation boxes to more than 500 schools across the U.S. 
    The company’s eighth annual Teachers Rock Supply Giveaway took place during the week of Feb. 15 to show support for teachers who are juggling many education hurdles caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Since 2014, TCC has donated more than 40,000 supply packs to deserving teachers across the country.
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  • 2/27/2021 Ohio University 
    More than 8,400 students qualified for the fall semester 2020 Dean's List at Ohio University, including main and regional campuses.
    Over 40 states were represented on the Dean's List, including: Arizona, Connecticut, California, Florida, Illinois, Rhode Island, Texas and Ohio. Students also represented Ireland, Egypt, France, Germany, Japan, Canada and many other countries.
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  • CSO set for March 13th concert with live audience
    2/27/2021 The Vivaldi “Four Seasons” will resonate through the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, March 13 as violin virtuoso Zachary DePue joins the Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO) for a combination live audience and streaming event.
    The 7:30 pm program also features a special appearance by the Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre performing during the “Winter” concerto, plus the CSO presenting Schubert Symphony No. 5 D. 485 in B-flat Major. 
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  • Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation hosts virtual barrier-free theatre performance
    2/27/2021 In honor of Developmental Disability Awareness Month Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation will host its first virtual Barrier-Free Theatre performance. The virtual performance, titled A Hero’s Heart, will be free to the public and held March 6 at 6 p.m. and March 7 at 2 p.m. via Zoom. A link to the Zoom event will be sent directly to participants the morning of the event and after their ticket is reserved.
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  • Stop taxing Social Security benefits
    2/27/2021 “We’re not giving up on our efforts to eliminate the unfair income tax on Social Security benefits. The Senior Citizens Tax Elimination Act is being reintroduced and the Association of Mature American Citizens will be doing what it takes to encourage lawmakers to support the measure,” says Bob Carlstrom, president of AMAC Action, the association’s senior advocacy affiliate.
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  • Old shopping malls becoming affordable housing for seniors
    2/27/2021 Online shopping has been a big winner as a result of the COVID crisis, spiking by triple digit percentages on a year-to-year basis, says a new report. But it’s had a harmful effect on physical shopping destinations and across the country malls are taking a beating.
    According to the Association of Mature American Citizens, more than half of the department stores in malls across the country will be shutting down in the months to come resulting in empty malls. 
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  • Homebound Hoosiers to get vaccine from NFD
    2/27/2021 Starting Monday, March 1, the Noblesville Fire Department will begin administering vaccines to at-risk, hard to reach, or otherwise immobile or homebound individuals as part of the Homebound Hoosier EMS Vaccine Administration Program. The program is a cooperative public health effort within the State of Indiana.
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  • Health Dept switching to Pfizer vaccine
    2/27/2021 The Hamilton County Health Department will start administering first doses of the Pfizer vaccine on Tuesday, March 2nd. Up until now, the site at the 4H Fairgrounds in Noblesville has been administering the Moderna vaccine.
    The State Department of Health asked the Hamilton County Health Department to make the switch so it could free up the Moderna vaccine for mobile units in rural areas.
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  • 2/26/2021 Harding University
    Rachel Palmer, Senior biology major, is among more than 1,200 Harding University students included on the dean's list for grades achieved during the fall 2020 semester.
    The dean's list is published each semester by Dr. Marty Spears, University provost, honoring those who have achieved high scholarship. To be eligible, a student must be carrying 12 or more hours with a 3.65 or higher grade-point average and no incompletes.
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  • 2/26/2021 The City of Carmel’s Department of Community Services is launching a new update of the comprehensive plan for the City’s growth that will guide city planners and decision makers for the next decade or longer. The last update took place in 2009 and has served our growing City well. With recent growth in our central corridor and changes seen in business and residential patterns, the time has come for another update.
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