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  • 10/18/2018 A number of Hamilton County high school marching bands are set to compete in the 2018 Bands of America Indianapolis Super Regional Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Fishers, Hamilton Southeastern and Carmel High School will compete amongst 70 high school marching bands across the nation.
    All 70 bands will compete in preliminary competition, evaluated by a panel of nationally-recognized music educators and marching band experts. The top 10 bands will advance to finals competition where the Regional Champion will be named.
    The event will begin on Friday, Oct. 19, 2018 at 10 a.m. until 9:15 p.m. Preliminary competition will continue on Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7:15 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. Gates will open for the finals at 6:15 p.m. with performances beginning at 7:15 p.m.
  • 10/18/2018 This Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) will host the 2018 Indiana Cheer Championship at Decatur Central High School. Doors will open at 9:45 a.m. with competition starting at 10:30 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $8. 
    The Indiana Association of School Principals, Department of Student Programs, sponsors the Indiana Cheer Championship, a series of competitions exclusively for Indiana school cheerleaders. 
    The competition will feature 56 junior high and high school freshman and junior varsity cheerleading teams from around the State of Indiana, as well as 8 partner stunt group teams competing in the finals of their division after video submissions were judged previously by the Championship’s judging panel.
  • Final “Bison-tennial” celebration book now available for purchase
    10/18/2018 The final Indiana Bicentennial project book, “Indiana’s ‘Bison-tennial’ Project: A Celebration of Hoosier History, Artistry and Creativity” is now available for purchase for $39.95 from M.T. Publishing Company, Inc.
    This 144-page, full-color, 9” X 12” hardbound book celebrates The Bison-tennial Legacy Project, a project with the end goal of decorating and displaying five-foot-tall fiberglass bison in each of Indiana’s 92 counties. The book goes into detail about how different counties creatively decorated their bison to represent city, town, county and state history and heritage.
    This project was part of a larger celebration administered by The Indiana Bicentennial Commission aimed to honor the state’s 200 years of history, and to do so in a modern way that engaged all 6.5 million Hoosiers and left a lasting legacy for future generations.
  • Sky Zone to host ‘Pink Out’ in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    10/18/2018 Sky Zone Fishers recently announced they will be hosting a “PINK OUT” at their park on Saturday, Oct. 20, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To benefit the fight against breast cancer, the location will also be hosting a Pink GLOW Night on Oct. 20 from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m., where the park will transform into a pink-themed jumping dance club complete with lasers, music and black lights. 
    Throughout October, Sky Zone Fishers will also be selling their iconic Pink SkySocks and “I Jump For...” T-Shirts to help raise awareness. Sky Zone Fishers, along with the other parks in Indiana, will be donating a collective amount to the American Cancer Society to further their goal of creating a world free from the pain and suffering of breast cancer. Sky Zone locations that will be participating in the donation to the ACS include Fishers, Schererville, Plainfield, Indy South, Evansville and Mishawaka.
  • Wanted: Hunters to Help Hungry Hoosiers
    10/18/2018 Caroline Pranger is 14-years-old, attends Garrett Middle School, and enjoys hunting. This year’s deer season has been especially exciting for her as she was able to shoot her first deer ever. Using her crossbow, she was able to get an 8-pointer on the closing night of Youth Season. Caroline also just donated her first deer to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry.
    “Thank you so much Caroline! Your donation will help provide almost 200 meals in your community,” the organization said via press release.
    Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry would like to remind all hunters and landowners about their deer donation program. After you’ve filled your freezer, the organization is asking hunters to please help them to feed those in need in your area by donating to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry’s “Meat” the need initiative.
  • Monon Trail now connects downtown Indy to Sheridan
    10/18/2018 On Tuesday, leaders from the cities of Westfield, Carmel, Hamilton County and the State of Indiana officially opened the last section of the Monon Trail in Westfield. The trail now connects downtown Indianapolis to Sheridan.
    “This is a great accomplishment for all of the Monon Trail communities,” said Westfield Mayor Andy Cook. “Creating amenities that encourage people to get out, stay active and enjoy our cities is what we want. The Monon Trail brings enormous economic and cultural benefits to all of the communities it touches.”
    The Monon Trail was established in 1996 paving the way for the former railroad route to become a premiere greenway in Central Indiana. With the completion of this 2.5 mile project, the Monon Trail now runs more than 24 miles.
  • 10/18/2018 Racing Capital Cat Fanatics will be hosting their annual non-profit Back to Back Championship and Household Pet Cat Show this coming Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds, Winks Building, Noblesville, Indiana. Show Hours are 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., and admission is free.
    RCCF is part of the American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA) and has been bringing shows to Indiana over the past few years. Cats and kittens will compete for awards given by eight judges from the American Cat Fanciers' Association. Top ten finalists in the All-Breed Championship Division, consisting of over 30 recognized pedigreed breeds, will earn points towards titles of Champion and Grand Champions. Household pets earn points towards the Royal and Supreme status.
  • 10/18/2018 Dave Reasner, President of J.D. Restaurants, Inc., operators Jim Dandy Family Restaurants in Greenfield, Tipton and Noblesville, as well as Dairy Queens in Greenfield, Tipton, Noblesville, Frankfort, Elwood, Crawfordsville, Peru, Shelbyville, Greensburg, Rushville, Westport and Rochester, has announced the appointment of Tim Creasey to the position of District Manager overseeing operations for all three Jim Dandy Restaurants. 
    Mr. Creasey, originally from Wabash, Indiana, and currently residing in Tipton County, has 14 years of experience with the company and for the last 9 years has been General Manager of the Tipton Jim Dandy where he has proven to be a very effective, results oriented leader in staff team building and in sales and profitability growth.
  • Coffee table book of local photographer released
    10/17/2018 Two historians who visited Sheridan last spring from Cadiz, Ky. have announced the release of their newest publication. ‘Mrs. Randolph, a small town portrait’ is a 282-page coffee table book from the desks of Kim Fortner and Paul Fourshee. 
    Mrs. Randolph was a photographer in Sheridan, Indiana, from 1914 to 1946. She began her photography career at the young age of 17 when her husband purchased the studio of Quarles and Keates in downtown Cadiz, Ky. in 1893. She moved in 1914 to Sheridan and purchased Grace Bartlett’s Studio (the George Glass Studio) and continued her photography business until her death in 1946. 
    Ms. Fortner says, “Mamie Randolph is remarkable because she was a successful business woman in a man’s world.”
  • Fishers Fire Department boasts new ladder truck at Station 392
    10/17/2018 Fishers firefighters welcomed the arrival and placing in service of a new Pierce 105’ ladder truck at Station 392 this week. The station is located at the corner of 116th Street and Brooks School Road.
    Companies and their families followed rich fire service tradition by “wetting down” the truck, praying over it for the protection of firefighters and all they serve, and “pushing” the truck into its bay.
    While these traditions have evolved since the days of the horse drawn carts, the importance of “family” and “tradition” lives on with our firefighters and the inclusion of our families for these events.  
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