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  • 10/22/2019 The reigning GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® record holder for the Fastest Speed for a Monster Truck, Raminator will be making a pitstop in Noblesville on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Recorded hitting a speed of 99.10 mph, Raminator will be racing just as swiftly to Kahlo Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, located at 9900 Pleasant Street, to offer a spectacular presentation the entire family will not want to miss! Don’t miss an electrifying ride on back of the eight-passenger monster truck with a member of the Hall Brothers Racing team!
    While there fans can register and enter for a chance to win the 2019 FCA US LLC Sweepstakes where one (1) Grand Prize Winner will receive a vehicle credit in the amount of $70,000 valid toward the winner’s choice of an FCA US LLC vehicle from the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram Truck or Fiat brands.
  • 10/22/2019 This month, sites in the Noblesville area will be among 5,000 U.S. drop-off locations collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child's National Collection Week, Nov. 18-25.
    Noblesville families, churches and groups are busy transforming empty shoeboxes into fun gifts filled with toys, school supplies and hygiene items. The Samaritan's Purse project partners with local churches across the globe to deliver these tangible expressions of God's love to children affected by war, disease, disaster, poverty and famine. For many of these children, it will be the first gift they have ever received.
    This year, Noblesville-area residents hope to collect more than 32,000 gifts to contribute to the 2019 global goal of reaching 11 million children.
    "I love seeing the local community rally together for a global impact," said Regional Director David Zimmerman. "We see all ages getting involved –and more and more every year."
  • 10/22/2019 The City of Carmel and Clay Township are moving forward on a project to build a new fire administration building and museum in the Carmel Arts & Design District, which means the Carmel Fire Buffs Museum – where historically significant artifacts are kept and displayed for visitors – will be getting a much-needed upgrade and facelift to serve future generations of visitors. The Carmel Fire Department headquarters will actually be returning to the site of its original location, 210 Veterans Way, where the Fire Buffs Museum currently stands. Meanwhile, Station 41 at Civic Square will be remodeled to provide more room and updated amenities for firefighters.
    City and Township officials, along with project designers and architects, sought the best way to honor the history of the Fire Buffs Museum while also building a new, world-class museum and CFD administrative offices. The Fire Buffs Museum has worked hard to help preserve Carmel Fire Department history through memorabilia, documents and apparatus and the original intent was to build around the current Fire Buffs building. But after extensive research, discussion and examination of the building, it is not feasible to save the current building and maintain a safe environment for the museum.
  • 10/22/2019 Music for All’s Bands of America Grand National Championships, presented by Yamaha, is America’s premiere national marching band event. First and foremost, Grand Nationals is an educational performance opportunity. Grand Nationals is also a spectacular music and pageantry event, one that band fans from across the nation and around the world travel to for the exciting and creative performances.
    After 20 regional marching band championships and three super regional championships, the season ends with the Bands of America Grand National Championships, presented by Yamaha, in Indianapolis Thursday, Nov. 14 - Sunday, Nov. 16. More than 100 marching bands from around the country will compete for this honor. The current list of enrolled bands can be found here: https://marching.musicforall.org/event/grandnationals19/
    The event will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium (500 South Capitol Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46225), Nov. 14-16, 2019. Times are TBA and will be listed at marching.musicforall.org once announced. Individual tickets start at $27, with non-performing student group tickets starting at $19. Children 10 years old or younger are admitted free for general admission seating. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: www.marching.musicforall.org.
  • 10/22/2019 The Noblesville First United Methodist Church at 2051 East Monument Street in Noblesville is having their Annual Bags, Baskets and Blessings Party on Friday, November 8! It's a fun event for women with fun filled auctions and a great assortment of BAGS (purses and others) and GIFT BASKETS. There will be lots of goodies to eat-chicken salad, fruit, cheese, pretzels, nuts, cookies and more. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
    All proceeds go to United Methodist women's missions such as Prevail, Janus Developmental Services, local Food Pantries, Mission Guatemala, Hope 4 Women International and the Noblesville Red Stocking Fund. 
    Tickets are $8.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door. To purchase tickets, call Karen Weessies at 248-752-2931.
  • Helping Out!
    10/22/2019 The 3rd Annual Dance-A-Thon Fundraiser and Costume Party supporting Special Olympics Hamilton County is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 1, but the search for sponsors is going on now. There are four sponsorship options ranging from a Gold level opportunity that is only $500 to a Bronze sponsorship at $100. In addition, help can be given with drink or food donations. Laura Houston, Assistant County Coordinator for Special Olympics in Hamilton County said donations and sponsorships are vitally important. Interested? Contact Houston through e-mail at SOHCFamily@gmail.com or by phone at (765) 716-2344. The organization’s web site is www.sohcindiana.org.
  • Going Up!
    10/22/2019 Borgman Athletics Group’s Brian Fizer and Derrick Hudson are pictured at work in the new gymnasium at Hamilton Heights Elementary School (which will serve as the new Middle School (5-8) beginning with the 2020-21 school year). Fizer is installing a basketball backstop while Hudson loads material to the upper level. This new, over 19,000-square foot state-of-the-art gym, will feature an upper level running track and fitness area, two health classrooms, and storage rooms. For more information and the latest Project Vision updates go to: https://www.hhschuskies.org/domain/316
  • 10/22/2019 Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County, Inc., a local nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization is excited to announce their sixth annual Hamilton County Festival of Trees. The return of this holiday tradition, since 2014, marks a significant impact for Hamilton County families because it helps provide direct funding for Holiday Assistance to the unserved and underserved.
    The Festival of Trees will be held Nov. 23 at 6 p.m. Again this year, the event will take place at the beautiful Bridgewater Club, 3535 E 161st St. in Carmel. The evening includes a dinner, a keynote speaker, and an auction including custom designed themed Christmas trees, wreaths and table centerpieces - hand decorated by local designers specifically as fundraising pieces. We are pleased to welcome and feature the "Circle City Trumpets" and other surprises during the evening! Cost is: $75 per person. 
    Reservations are required because of limited seating. Please contact Good Samaritan Network at (317) 842-2603 x200, or visit www.gsnlive.org/festival-of-trees.
  • County government wins statewide award
    10/19/2019 The Association of Indiana Counties’ (AIC) has awarded Hamilton County the 2019 Local Government Cooperation Award for the Symons and Krause Drain Improvement project. Hamilton County and the Town of Sheridan worked together to help solve the flooding issues in the Town of Sheridan and help improve the lives of those residents most effected. 
    Counties that win this prestigious award must demonstrate that the project meets the following criteria:
    • Shows cooperation between one or more municipalities and county(s)
    • Shows innovation
    • Positive impact on the community and the participating governmental units
  • CCHA partner inducted as President of the Indiana State Bar Association
    10/19/2019 Church Church Hittle + Antrim (CCHA) partner Leslie Craig Henderzahs is now serving as President of the Indiana State Bar Association. Henderzahs was inducted at this week’s ISBA annual meeting. Henderzahs will lead ISBA's almost 10,000 attorneys.
    At CCHA, Henderzahs focuses her practice in civil litigation and is a Certified Family Law Specialist as certified by the Family Law Certification Board. Henderzahs was also recently appointed to Indiana’s Family Law Taskforce. 
    “Leslie is a trailblazer and leads by example. Leslie has an incredible career, filled with remarkable cases and clients, and yet, her door is always open to others. Leslie will be a great asset for ISBA. As President, Leslie will maintain a watchful eye on trends and challenges in the legal industry, which will also allow her to continue to be a strong negotiator and advocate for her clients,” said Managing Partner David Day.
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