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Oaklandon Community Water Tower recognized By Sadie Hunter sadie@youarecurrent.com The Oaklandon area could receive national attention for something out of utilities the ordinary – its water tower. The Oaklandon Community Water Tower, operated by Lawrence Water Utilities, has been nominated for Water Tank of the year by Tnemec Company, Inc., a Missouri-based industrial coatings company. In the running are 272 other water towers from across the nation and Canada. The nomination deadline was Oct. 1. The city is now working to promote the competition by using hashtags #tankoftheyear and #ilovewatertanks on social media. Since 2006, Tnemec has celebrated its coatings on water tanks with the annual contest. Online voting began Oct 8 and will close at 4 p.m. Oct. 19. Votes can be cast at tankoftheyear.tnemec.com.

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Amanda Parker, according to cover story, discusses her batle with a rare blood disease and opening her business at Fort Harrison. (Submitted photo) Founded Jan. 27, 2015, at Fishers, IN Vol. IV, No. 4 Copyright 2017. Current Publishing, LLC All Rights Reserved. 30 South Range Line Road Carmel, IN 46032 317.489.4444 info@youarecurrent.com

The Oaklandon Community Water Tower is at the northeast corner of Oaklandon Road and Broadway Street in Lawrence. (Submitted photo)

The Brown County Sheriff’s Dept. is still investigating the crash. Dennis has served the Fishers comFishers police officer Binh Dennis and his munity for more than 15 years, and he has wife, Mary, were injured folaccident lowing a motorcycle crash worked with the FPD for nine years. He previously serves on the patrol division and Oct. 6 on Ind. 135 in Brown has served on the SWAT team. County. He served as a firefighter with Fishers The off-duty crash occurred shortly beFire Dept. for six years prior to fore noon when, according to a joining the FPD. He and Mary press release from the Fishers have been together for 27 years Police Dept., the Dennis’ 2016 and have two children. Harley Davidson motorcycle left The Fraternal Order of Police the roadway and hit a tree. 199 and Central Indiana Police Mary was transported to Foundation have set up a site an area hospital with nonto collect donations for Dennis’ life-threatening injuries, and medical expenses. Donations Binh was airlifted to an Indiacan be mailed to his attention to napolis hospital with potential the Central Indiana Police Founlife-threatening injuries. He dation, 1525 S. Shelby St., Indiaremains in critical condition, Officer Binh Dennis was inand his long-term prognosis is jured in a motorcycle crash. napolis, IN, 46203. Donations also can be made online at cipf. unknown. Mary has since been (Submitted photo) foundation/donate-and-assistreleased from the hospital. fishers-officer-binh-dennis/. For questions, Dennis’ medical team has since percontact Lisa Rollings at lisa@cipf.foundaformed several life-saving surgeries, with tion or call (317)536-1402. All donations are hopes they also will provide him with the tax deductible. best quality of life.


dispatches Engineering opportunities for students – The Indiana Dept. of Transportation is offering civil engineering students scholarships and paid employment during summer breaks and upon graduation. Students must be accepted or enrolled full time in one of Indiana’s certified civil engineering schools and apply using the form at INDOTScholarship.IN.gov. Applications must be submitted by Dec. 31. Beware jury duty scams – Scammers are active again in Hamilton County as seems to be the recurring case every few months. In the latest edition, potential victims are told they missed jury duty in federal court. The perpetrator is falsely identifying himself as a member of the Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division, using names of actual employees. The Sheriff’s Office does not call threatening to arrest an individual for missing jury duty, failing to pay taxes, or for other reasons. Corrections officers needed – The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for Correctional Officers at the Adult Jail and Women’s Annex. The Jail Division has implemented a new application/testing procedure. Interested applicants must register for a test date at empco.net/ind/ and specify test results be forwarded to the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. After the test is complete, download and submit the Application for Corrections Officer at hamiltoncounty. in.gov/555/County-Jail. Deadline is Nov. 15. Reduced-cost cat adoptions - With a recent influx of cats over one year old, the Humane Society for Hamilton County will be offering adoptions for $15 for these cats. The fee covers spay/neuter surgery, age appropriate vaccines, microchip, FIV/ Feline Leukemia testing, a free wellness exam and a sample bag of Hill’s Science Diet food. The shelter is at 1721 Pleasant St., Noblesville, and is open from noon to 5 p.m. Friday through Monday, noon to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and closed Wednesday. For more, visit hamiltonhumane.com. Voting for Indiana’s best – Voting is now open for the Best of Indiana State Parks, Best Museums, and Best Burgers. Nominees for all three categories were recommended by members of Indiana’s travel, tourism and hospitality industry. To see the nominees and vote, go to VisitIndiana. com. Voting ends on Oct. 27.


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dispatches Health Foundation appointee named – The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis appointed Fishers resident Lisa Vielee to its 2018 governing board of directors. Vielee has a long history of working and volunteering for health organizations and is co-owner and vice president of Well Done Marketing.

“I’m safe and comfortable here!”

Engineering opportunities for students – The Indiana Dept. of Transportation is offering civil engineering students scholarships and paid employment during summer breaks and upon graduation. Students must be accepted or enrolled full time in one of Indiana’s certified civil engineering schools and apply using the form at INDOTScholarship.IN.gov. Applications must be submitted by Dec. 31.

—Resident, Dottie Velosen

Subaru loves pets – Tom Wood Subaru is partnering with Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana during October to help shelter animals. All month long, they are collecting donations of new pet supplies. For more, visit Subaru. com/pets. Youth Leadership program open – United Way of Central Indiana is accepting applications for the 2019 Youth Leadership United Program. This program teaches high school students about the nonprofit sector and how to serve on a nonprofit board. High school freshmen, sophomores and juniors who live in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion or Morgan counties may apply. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31. Apply online at uwci.org/ylu.

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Dottie enjoys having family close by to share her life at The Reserve. After visiting several options in the area, her choice was easy. She says, “this was the place I wanted to be! The warmth of the staff and residents has been overwhelming. I definitely made the right choice.” If you’d like to meet residents like Dottie, call 317-813-7777 to schedule a visit.

Quilters Guild meeting – Mudsock Quilters Guild meets on the second Monday of every month from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Cornerstone Lutheran Church, 13450 E. 116th St. The November speaker will be Heather Givans from Crimson Tate. There will be a $5 fee for visitors. For more, visit mudsockquiltersguild.org. Newcomers Club – The Fishers Newcomers Club meets the second Thursday of most months at 6:45 p.m. at the Delaware Township Building, 9090 E. 131st St. Meet friends, join one of our activity groups and participate in various charitable activities. For more, contact us at fishersnewcomers@gmail.com



Civil War Roundtable – Bruce Alladadice will present “Obnoxious to a Free People --Conscription and the Civil War” at 7 p.m. at the Nov. 14 meeting of the Hamilton County Civil War Roundtable at Carmel City Hall, 1 Civic Square. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.


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7855 Cork Road (317) 454-7078 FlannerBuchanan.com From left, Lawrence Mayor Steve Collier, officer Brandon Logan and Lawrence Police Dept. Chief David Hofmann. The Lawrence Police Dept. recently announced the hiring of Logan, the force’s newest officer. Logan is the ninth officer the LPD has added to its force this year. He is attending the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy this month. (Submitted photo)

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GEIST • Parts of I-465 in Lawrence are undergoing work, from three miles north of the Lawrence exit at Binford Boulevard to East 16th Street. Work will primarily be done overnight on Thursdays and from Friday night through Monday morning. The project should be complete by Oct. 22. CARMEL • 111th Street is closed between Pennsylvania and Illinois streets through mid-October so construction crews working on the new KAR world headquarters can complete one of the entrances as well as the removal of a median. Motorists may detour using 106th or 116th streets. • Lane restrictions are under way near Keystone Parkway and 96th Street, where a new roundabout interchange will be built. Construction is expected to last through 2019. • Construction on a new access ramp from Lowes Way to Keystone Parkway is under way. Phase 1 of the project will be complete this month. • West 96th Street is closed west of Ditch Road for a stormwater culvert project. This project will last through the end of the year. • Range Line Road is closed to northbound traffic between Eighth Street to just south of Clay Terrace for installation of a stormwater collection system and pedestrian connectivity. The project will be complete before the end of the year. FISHERS • Florida Road is closed between Luxhaven Road and Martha Street to allow for the rehabilitation of Bridge 192. The Hamilton County Highway Dept. will work on the project. The road will be closed to all thru traffic and is tentatively scheduled to reopen before Nov. 3. • The intersection at Florida Road and 113th Street has been closed for the realignment and construction of a new roundabout. • 106th Street is closed to through traffic from Eller Road to Allisonville Road and from Allisonville Road to Hague Road for the 106th Street Infrastructure Project. Closures will also take place from Hague Road to the Crosspoint Boulevard/Lantern Road roundabout. The project will be complete this fall. Eller Road is closed to through traffic south of White Horse Lane for concrete work associated with the 106th Street Infrastructure Project and also should reopen this fall.

• Traffic has been shifted to the east to allow for widening on the west side along Allisonville Road from 126th Street to 131st Street. Restrictions will be in place between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. and flaggers will be on site directing traffic, as necessary. All southbound left turns from onto 126th Street from Allisonville are prohibited. The roadway expansion project is expected to be complete by winter. NOBLESVILLE • Work is ongoing on the Logan Street Project in downtown Noblesville. The northbound lane of Ind. 19 between Ind. 32 and Logan Street will be closed the duration of the project, through August 2019. The detour consists of taking Ind. 32 westward, turning northbound onto Ind. 38, then eastbound on Logan Street and northbound on Ind. 19 to avoid the closure. On Logan Street, the designated westbound right turn lane on the bridge will become a combined straight and right-turn lane. Thee eastbound straight lane will be shifted north, and the south side of the bridge will be under construction.The Riverwalk near this area also is closed. • The transformation of the intersection of 19th and Pleasant streets to a roundabout began last month. The public should be aware that construction activity will occur while the intersection is open to traffic. A closure on 19th Street may be in effect. During this period, entrance to post office will come through a temporary access off Pleasant Street. Approximately 15,000 vehicles travel through the intersection daily, according to the Hamilton County Highway Dept. The existing three-leg intersection, with 19th Street under stop control, will be converted to a single lane roundabout. Lighting and sidewalks also will be installed. • The Indiana Dept. of Transportation has announced lane closures on Ind. 32 for a project lasting through the end of the year. The work is aimed at improving traffic signals at intersections along the road from Westfield to Noblesville. Morphey Construction crews will close one lane in each direction at a time to complete the work. The lane restrictions will be in place through November. Work will take place on along Ind. 32 at the following intersections: Spring Mill Road, Dartown Road, Oak Ridge Road, Union Street, Grassy Branch Road, Gunthur Boulevard and Moontown Road.


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Fishers hosts October Farmers Market By Jessica Hoover news@currentinfishers.com Every Saturday through the end of October, the City of Fishers things to do and Fishers Parks & Recreation are hosting the first-ever October Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to noon at Holland Park. The market features vendors and farmers in indoor and outdoor spaces. They sell seasonal produce, pumpkins, squash, mums and baked goods, among other products. Sandquist “We’re very excited to be starting the market (this month),” Parks & Recreation Director Sarah Sandquist said. “We’ve had a lot of feedback from the community that they were interested in extending the market through October. There’s a lot of produce


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left still to harvest and to make available to the community.” Sandquist said purchasing items from the farmers market is a good way to support local farmers and vendors. “In order to be a vendor at the farmers market, everything has to be locally sourced and created,” Sandquist said. “In prepared food, we make sure all of their ingredients are locally sourced, so you know that you’re not buying a tomato that has been sitting on a truck traveling from 2,000 miles away that was picked when it was green and chemically ripened. You know that it was grown in Indiana with care by local farmers.” The Winter Farmers Market will return every Saturday from Nov. 3 through March 16, 2019 at Holland Park from 9 a.m. to noon. Sandquist said some items to look forward to are the cold-weather crops, pasteurized meat, jellies and honey, baked goods, prepared foods and more. The winter market also will feature cooking demonstrations and events like National Winnie the Pooh Day Jan. 19, 2019, which will focus on the market’s honey vendors.

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Where’s Amy attended the 13th annual Chernoff Cosmetic Surgeons Bazaar Oct. 3. The posh event was held at the beautiful Balmoral House in Fishers and had more than 35 vendors, free pampering services and treatments, a delicious catered lunch, live music and a fashion show. The popular event helped support the Survivors of Violence Foundation. From left, Steve Ooley (Fishers), Steve Cardoza (Indianapolis) and Danette Roland (Carmel). (Photos by Amy Pauszek)






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Amanda Parker, right, works with Kristen Holcomb in the Collective Alternative office. (Photos by Sadie Hunter)

alternative expertise Business owner talks battling rare disease, finding success at Fort Harrison By Sadie Hunter sadie@youarecurrent.com Doctors told Amanda Parker she wouldn’t live past 21. cover story At age 41, she’s thriving as the president and owner of Collective Alternative, a marketing firm based at Fort Harrison in Lawrence, which Parker began in 2008. She manages an incurable and very rare blood disease, polycythemia vera. According to the Mayo Clinic, the disease causes bone marrow to grow too many red blood cells, causing the blood to thicken and move too slowly through the body. “It’s a genetic blood disease where my blood reproduces too thick,” Parker said. “If you know anything about migraines, they’re clusters where your blood kind of clots together. I started having terrible migraines at age 15 and found out that I had experienced a couple of TIAs (transient ischemic attacks), which are mini strokes. I was seeing a neurologist and eventually ended up with about 14 mini strokes by age 20. I was told I would have a fatal stroke by the time I was 21, and this past August, I celebrated my 41st birthday. Not too shabby

for 20 years later.” Recently, Parker said she began seeing a different specialist, who is using a more holistic approach to treat the disease. Her treatment changes as medical advancements are made. “It’s exciting for me to see the changes (in treatment),” Parker said. “When I first started having migraines, it was something no one had really heard of. Nobody knew anything about them, and they barely had a name, let alone any type of treatment or medication.” At the end of September, Eli Lilly received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for the drug galcanezumab, a migraine preventative, which will commercially be called Emgality. It is expected to be offered free for one year to patients who need it and have insurance. “That is so exciting to me because the medicines before have been designed or created for something else,” Parker said. “Like one of them was created for cerebral palsy, and it just happened to help with migraines.” Parker’s career in marketing began at an advertising agency writing commercials and is where she developed her passion to

help others and small businesses. “When I was attending Indiana University, I studied English, creative and technical writing, but what do you do with a degree like that?” Parker said. “Then, I went into an agency and started writing commercials for TV and radio. I quickly learned about mediabuying and then client services, strategy and development and loved that, so I really focused on (strategy), came up the ranks on the agency side, and then I wanted to experience the client side, so then I was the vice president of marketing for Hansen & Horn Homebuilders for five years. “While there, I learned that agencies are great for big budgets, but they’re not great for mom and pops or small, local businesses that have no marketing knowledge, don’t have time for marketing, don’t event know what to do if they had time for it,” she added. “So, I wanted to go out and help them. (In 2008), with the economy the way it was, it was kind of a do-or-die atmosphere, so I really wanted to help and bring them a different side of expertise they didn’t already have. So, I focused on small and local, and we’ve been doing that since.”


choosing fort harrison Collective Alternative began in Amanda Parker’s home, but it has grown in the past two years. “We worked out of my house for quite some time. My big thing about my (home) office was the dog bed and I always wanted to be around my dogs, and I didn’t think I could ever get a space where they’d allow my dogs to come,” Parker said. “Eventually, there were seven (employees) in my living room, and I knew I was going to need to make a sacrifice. So, we really looked for a place that fit us and found Fort Ben. The area was growing a lot and really making changes, and I’ve loved to see that growth over the past couple of years.” Parker and her team moved into the building at 5665 N. Post Rd. in August 2016. Six months later, Parker would remove the wall to incorporate the suite next door, and last month, the company took over the suite across the hall. Parker and her staff regularly bring their dogs to the office.

meet amanda parker Amanda Parker moved around a bit before settling in Lawrence. Her father was a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force and was stationed at Grissom Air Force Reserve near Kokomo. At the time of diagnosis of her blood disorder she lived in CoParker lumbus, Ind., having moved there after her dad retired from the Air Force and began flying commercial planes for Cummins Engine Co., which is based in Columbus. She lives just north of her business and Fort Harrison, in the Lawrence Township area near Geist Reservoir. Parker is married to Ross, whom she met while attending Indiana University in Bloomington. They have three dogs, who often serve as office dogs at Collective Alternative. Parker also recently has been named by Forbes, Fortune, The Oprah Magazine and Entrepreneur magazines as a leading woman in business.


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ESSA Y Life’s seasons

LE T T ER Brooks favors reducing Medicare, Social Security

Commentary by Terry Anker Our bodies carry us through this world like self-contained citystates. Each consumes resources, manufactures energy, grows and rebuilds. Cells are replaced, attackers are repelled and borders are held firm. In spite of a bit of expansion that accumulates over the years around the equator, we govern our territory fairly automatically. Then, the years pile up and our infrastructure can use a bit of investment. Those we love transition imperceptibly at first, but time waits for no one. For some, graying hair may signal the changing season. For others, the furnace adds another shift as menopause turns up the thermostat. The web is rife with anecdote, conflicting notions, abundant data and confusing allegory. Some posts raise more questions than answers. Still, managing the mystery can make it all a bit less difficult. Then, is it possible that men suffer much the same in different ways? Increasing weakness and loss of stamina continue to consume them even as the people in their lives seem to require more. One can surf the untamed internet seeking insight on this notion of manopause but little is garnered. The point, of course, is not to lament the inevitability of what is, but to come to understand and hope to advance in our lives looking ever forward rather than as an aging Narcissus. As quickly as we adjust to the present, it becomes the past. With autumn continuing its slow retreat, we collectively assume an attitude of readiness. Frigid, short and gray days will become the standard. Even so, warm, sunny ones will replace them soon enough. Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current Publishing, LLC. You may email him at terry@ youarecurrent.com.

Living the fantasy nightmare Commentary by Danielle Wilson Well, I’ve gone and jinxed myself. Heading in to Week 5 of the fantasy football season, I am a horrifying oh-and-four. humor That’s zero wins, people. After publicly bragging about how my dance-mom superpowers would transfer perfectly to the make-believe world of starting, benching and trading professional football players, not one of my thoughtful and well-researched decisions has panned out, and mine remains the only team in a league of 10 without a W. In all fairness to me, injuries have plagued my motley crew. As our commissioner put it, I was running a MASH unit for the first month. Most of my stars are back, thank the Lord, but now luck has decided to abandon me. To wit, though, I racked up the second-highest point total last week. I just happened to play the team that scored the most. Come on, man! Can’t a gal catch a break?

Apparently not, and that’s the worst part. I feel like I’m letting down womankind, or at least those ladies who care about sports. As the lone female owner, I’d had dreams of showing the boys “how it is done,” that it didn’t matter that I’m a girl who’s never played a game of football in her life, that really all you need to succeed is a mother’s intuition and internet access. But that dream appears to be circling the drain, so to speak. There is still plenty of time for me to recover, but I’ll be honest, I’m worried about my prospects for domination. Therefore, I humbly apologize for my earlier smacktalk. This fantasy stuff is hard! There. Am I unjinxed? Peace out.

Danielle Wilson is a contributing columnist. You may email her at danielle@ currentincarmel.com.

Q U O T E  O F  T HE  W EEK “Observe good faith and justice toward all nations. Cultivate peace and harmony with all.”

-George Washington

Editor, 5th District U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks has a record of supporting measures contrary to the interests of senior citizens. She supports the Budget for a Brighter American Future, which, over the next decade, would cut $537 billion from Medicare. It would raise Medicare’s eligibility age from 65 to 67, increase deductibles and replace Medicare’s guaranteed coverage with a flatvoucher payment system. According to the Congressional Budget Office, this would result in most Medicare recipients paying much higher premiums. Brooks also voted for House Joint Resolution 2, which would change Social Security rules to require that benefits be paid only out of current-year receipts without drawing on the Social Security Trust Fund surplus, and to freeze Social Security rates regardless of benefit obligations. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities estimates that Social Security benefits would be reduced by 17 percent. Dee Thornton, Brooks’ opponent in the upcoming November election, will protect programs into which seniors have paid for decades. She supports maintaining and strengthening the Social Security and Medicare safety nets. Vote for Dee Thornton on Nov. 6. Bill Kipp, Fishers

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The fixer


Commentary by Dick Wolfsie Last week, I looked back on our longtime handyman who became a good friend. When he passed in 2005 of humor cancer, I wrote this: I once told Steve he was the greatest handyman east of the Mississippi. Steve said he could easily be the best handyman west of the Mississippi, also. I think he considered moving to Utah just to prove his point. I can never replace Steve as a friend, but I do have to find another fix-it guy. Over the past year, as Steve’s condition worsened, my garage door fell apart, the molding on a kitchen cabinet peeled off, the toilet seat broke and the garbage disposal stopped working. Because I was loyal to Steve and felt certain he would recover from his illness, I left things broken. Knowing him, I thought he’d be at my front door again very soon. Steve knew better. He was very practical and realistic about things. That’s why he was such a good handyman. I will miss Steve chiding me for being totally useless. When Steve fixed something, he made it look easy. Now that Steve is gone, my wife fears I may try to fix something without professional help. “Can’t you call someone?” she asked the other day. “The hanging rod in my closet has been broken for a week.” “Who am I going to call, Mary Ellen?” “Dick, you know everyone. That’s what you do for a living. For example, don’t you know someone who taught his llamas to square dance?” “They never miss a step.” “And the man who eats earthworms for his daily protein?” “I had dinner with his entire family.” “And with all those people you have met, an entire computer file filled with talented individuals, you can’t find a handyman as good as Steve?” It took more than 5,000 tomorrows for us to find another fix-it guy who could make our old house good as new, and then help us transition to our final nesting place. I don’t plan to ever fix anything. And that’s a promise that will never be broken.

Dick Wolfsie is an author, columnist and speaker. Contact him at wolfsie@aol.com.


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Weight training vs. aerobic exercise – For overall weight loss, yet another study is proving the benefits of weight training. Participants were monitored for 18 months through a weight-loss program. Those who dieted and used weight machines lost weight but retained the most muscle mass. Those who dieted and did only aerobic exercise lost the most muscle mass. Cardio exercise is important for heart health, but weight training is crucial to retaining muscle. Source: Obesity Free meditation class – Sahaja Meditation Indiana presents a free mediation class at 7 p.m. on Fridays. Learn to reduce stress and experience inner peace through meditation. The class is held at Old National Bank, 1430 S. Range Line Rd. For more, visit IndianaMeditation.org. Health and fitness classes – Witham Health Services offers several health and fitness classes for all ages and fitness levels. Classes include: Breastfeeding Education, Diabetes Management, Rock Steady Boxing, Silver Sneakers, Tai Chi and more. Some classes are free. For times and locations, visit witham. org, or call 765-485-8120.

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Digital skills for small business – Community Boost will be held Oct. 18-19 at Biltwell Event Center, 950 S. White River Pkwy. W. Dr., Indianapolis. Community Boost was launched by Facebook to help small businesses grow and to give more people the digital skills they need to compete in the new economy. To learn more or to register, visit fbcommunityboost.com/cities/indianapolis-in/.

Save the date for these upcoming events from the Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. To register for an event or find more information, visit lawrencechamberofcommerce.org.

Stock of the Week – Lam Research Corp. (LRCX) designs, manufactures, markets, refurbishes and services the semiconductorprocessing equipment that makes integrated circuits. Lam is cash-rich, with an excellent balance sheet and has been buying back its own stock as the price has fallen. Earnings will still be very high and should resume their growth the following year. Source: AlFrankfunds.com Energy costs – WalletHub recently published 2018’s Most and Least Energy Expensive States. Indiana ranked as the seventh highest energy expensive state in the nation. Rankings were based on energy consumption, electricity and natural gas prices and fuel consumption and prices.

Business After Hours: Tech Meet-Up What: All interested in tech and innovation in Lawrence Township are invited to this networking event, co-hosted by the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority. Appetizers will be served. When: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Oct. 18 Where: Triton Brewing Company, 5764 Wheeler Rd., Lawrence Cost: Free, but an RSVP is requested. November Breakfast Before Hours What: This event will serve as an educational opportunity to learn about workplace wellness tools. When: 7:30 to 9 a.m. Nov. 1 Where: Lushin, Inc., 5655 Castle Creek Pkwy. N. Dr., Indianapolis Cost: $15/members, $18/non-members




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Fishers virtuoso to conduct at Butler Arts Center By Rick Morwick rick@youarecurrent.com Michael Scherperel is an accomplished composer, pianist, voice coach and author who also has a background in music biomedical research. But that’s not all. The Fishers resident also is an acclaimed conductor whose skill will be on display Oct. 23 as part of the Duckwall Artist Series at the Butler Arts Center in Indianapolis, 4602 Sunset Ave. Scherperel, 71, will conduct a concert featuring baritone vocalist Oliver Worthington and tenor DavidMichael Schuster, accompanied by chamber ensembles. The performance, which features two of Scherperel’s compositions, begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Edison-Duckwall Recital Hall. Admission is free. “Music as drama and entertainment, those are my goals as a composer and performer,” said Scherperel, who is the assistant conductor and principal coach for the Butler Opera. “Both of these works are stories, and I would hope the audience would be both aurally and emotionally moved by what they will hear.” Scherperel has performed previously in the Duckwall Artist Series but has never conducted. He looks forward to his first opportunity, especially since he is conducting his own pieces, “On Hearing of Love” and “Ecgloga bucolica.” A six-movement piece, “On Hearing of Love” incorporates the poems of Constantin Cavafy and is sung by Worthington, accompanied by string quartet. “Ecgloga bucolica,” set around Virgil’s Eclogue II, will be sung by Schuster, accompanied by flute/piccolo, English horn, violin and piano. “(‘On Hearing of Love’) traces the course of a man’s life, his loves and his art,” Scherperel said. “The piece was premiered in 2005. The second piece is a setting in classical Latin of Virgil’s second Eclogue, and this performance will be the premiere.” As his resume suggests, Scherperel is a virtuoso who has plied his craft most of his life. He studied composition and conducting at the Eastman School of Music

ATI’s Fall Barn Bash set for Oct. 20 editorial@youarecurrent.com The Actors Theatre of Indiana’s Fall Barn Bash is set from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Oct. 20 at Demaree Barn, 615 Starkey Rd., Zionsville Dwight Lightning and the Conch City AllStars will perform. There will be a pig roast, cowboy cocktails, Sun King beer and games. ATI co-founders Judy Fitzpatrick, Don Farrell and Cynthia Collins collaborated on the following statement. “We rely on the support of individuals who believe in the importance of live, professional theatre in Central Indiana. For ATI to continue to bring the high-quality productions and programs we are known for to Carmel and the surrounding areas, we need the support. We are so grateful to our patrons, sponsors and the foundations who believe in us. This event is a chance for people to invest in ATI, helping to ensure that we will always be here to engage, educate, entertain and enlighten our community from the most seasoned patron to the child experiencing theatre for the first time.” For tickets, visit tinyurl.com/ATI-barnbash.

From left, tenor DavidMichael Schuster, conductor/composer Michael Scherperel and baritone vocalist Oliver Worthington will perform two of Scherperel’s compositions Oct. 23 at the Butler Arts Center. (Submitted photo).

in Rochester, N.Y. and did undergraduate work in piano, composition and conducting at Boston University. He has also been a vocal coach at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria, and been a chorus master and assistant conductor with the Greater Miami Opera. But playing, conducting and writing music isn’t his only skill. Outside of music, Scherperel has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Harvard University and is a former biomedical researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital. He also has authored a novel, “Fair to Middling,” and written a collection of humorous essays, “homo sapiens — obsolescens?” But music, and conducting, in particular, is his passion. “A conductor is not a time beater. That’s pretty much what a drum major does for a marching band,” Scherperel said. “It

is an important role, but on the concert stage or in the theater, the conductor’s job is to keep things going and to adjust as needed for any performance glitches that might occur. “Cueing can be important in large works, especially where players may have dozens or scores of measures of rest,” he continued. “It’s the player’s responsibility to count all those, but a little reminder from the conductor at the appropriate moment, ‘Hey, it’s your turn,’ can be helpful, possibly even vital.” A former South Florida resident, Scheperel and his wife, accomplished organist and music teacher Loretta Scheperel, moved to Fishers in 2012 to be closer to their daughter. For more about Scherperel and the Duckwall Artist Series, visit michaelscherperel.com and butlerartscenter.org.

Noblesville — The Third Saturday Comedy Showcase will be held at 8 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Logan Street Sanctuary, 1274 Logan St. The showcase is hosted by comedian Josh Eger. Westfield — Elizabeth Lee will perform from 7 to 10 p.m. Oct. 19 at Urban Vines Winery & Brewery, 303 E. 161 St. Lee performs acoustic style music of covers along with some originals. Carmel — Postmodern Jukebox is presenting its new revue dubbed the “Back In Black and White Tour” at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Palladium. Whitestown — Alan Kaye & The Toons will perform at 8 p.m. Oct. 20 at The 1915 Room at Moontown Brewery, 345 S. Bowers St. Admission is $10. Zionsville — Books & Brews, 65 Boone Village, will feature music by Coby Green at 8 p.m. Oct. 19.

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Clay Terrace hosts Boo ’n Brew By Mark Ambrogi • mark@youarecurrent.com Clay Terrace’s annual Halloween and fall celebration keeps growing each year. The sixth annual Boo ’n Brew is event set for 2 to 6 p.m. Oct 27 at Clay Terrace in Carmel. “The event has grown in attendance each year, and we are so excited to welcome this year’s new presenting sponsor, Mattingly Concrete,” said Melanie Sturgis, an area marketing manager for Clay Terrace and other shopping centers. Current Publishing Inc. is one of the event sponsors. The beer garden, sponsored by Centier Bank, will feature four area breweries: Grand Junction, Redemption Ale, Noble Order Brewing and Flix Brewhouse. “People can enjoy a cold craft beer in their complimentary signature BNB cups while enjoying live music from local favorites The Doo! and Toy Factory,” Sturgis said. The Doo! Band performs from 2 to 3:30 p.m. The Toy Factory is on stage from 4 to 6 p.m. Sturgis said popular activities include hayrides, sponsored by MetroNet; pumpkin patch picking and decorating, sponsored by Kort

A crowd attends Boo ’n Brew at Clay Terrace in 2016. (Submitted photo)

Builders and the Silly Safari shows. The hayrides will be from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. The pumpkin picking and decorating is from 2 to 5 p.m., while supplies last. Silly Safari shows are set for 3 and 4 p.m. The face painting, balloon artist and beer garden will be open throughout the event. There will be a new VIP Area sponsored by Java House. The pet costume contest is from 2:30 to 3 p.m., with judging at 3 p.m. The trick-or-treating, for ages 10 and under, is held store-to-store from 2 to 4 p.m., while supplies last. Boo ’n Brew shirts will be on sale for $15 inside The Shop, next to Kona Grill. Proceeds benefit Carmel Education Foundation.

Fishers woman helps run market By Mark Ambrogi • mark@youarecurrent.com The first Winthrop Avenue Marketplace was so well-attended that Mary Ann Lucas said organizers decided it was time Crafts for a return performance. The Winthrop Avenue Marketplace will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 20. The event, held at Vintage 54 Collective, 5335 Winthrop Ave., Indianapolis, will feature vendors selling arts, antiques, vintage clothing Lucas and handmade items. Lucas, who has lived in Fishers for three years, is one of 10 vendors involved with Vintage 54 Collective, which is in the south Broad Ripple area. Another vendor is Sara Baldwin Schatz, Carmel, who is the Current in Zionsville editor. “It was so successful that we decided this year we wanted to partner with Indy Urban Flea,” said Lucas, who sells a variety of boutique candles, antiques, vintage clothing and collectibles. Indy Urban Flea is owned by Lisa Ripley. The corporate sponsor is Liter House, a new German restaurant next to Vintage 54

The Winthrop Avenue Marketplace, set for Oct. 20, is returning for the second consecutive year. (Submitted photo)

Collective. Liter House will serve its food and beer. Lucas said she wants to have 40 or more vendors, which is approximately what the event had last year. The RoundUps, a country band, will perform during the event. The event’s nonprofit sponsor is Patachou Foundation, which strives to end childhood hunger. Patachou is seeking to raise awareness for its mission with the event. Vintage 54 Collective will present Pet BOOrade from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Oct. 27. Lucas said the event will feature Instagram star ‘Ridley The Beagle” as the master of ceremonies, along with pet portraits, pet adoptions and a parade of costumes with prizes.

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La Margarita Two blue corn soft tortillas stuffed with chicken, chicharron, pickled red onions, cilantro, queso fresco and a mild chile pesto come in each $8 order. Pair the tacos with a side of tortilla chips and warm queso (Photo by Anna Skinner)

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Address: Inside Sun King Spirits, 351 Monon Blvd., Carmel What to get: Chicken tacos. Price: $8 Anna’s take: La Margarita offers three different taco options – chorizo, chicken and carnitas en chile verde. I ordered the chicken tacos. Two come per order. They are cradled in double, blue corn soft tortillas. The most unique aspect to the tacos is the chicharron, or fried chicken skins. The chicharron added an extra flavor and crackle. The tacos, however, were already bursting with flavor from a mild chile pesto, crumbled queso fresco and a tart bite from pickled red onions and cilantro. Lime wedges are served alongside. I suggest you don’t dither over the tacos because the generous filling will burst through the soft shells if not consumed

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quickly. The mix of flavors will satisfy your Taco Tuesday cravings. Get a true La Margarita experience by adding a side of chips and queso to your order. La Margarita is one of four restaurants inside Sun King Spirits, a new taproom and distillery just off the Monon near downtown Carmel. Sun King Spirits features the emerging concept of food halls, where multiple eateries with different menus are housed within one establishment. Guests pick their table and a server takes their drink order. When it’s time to order food, guests enter the eatery from which they wish to order. Suggested pairings: Pair your tacos with Sun King’s Pachanga, a Mexican-style lager with a crisp malt flavor.



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Where’s Amy? Amy Pauszek is a photographer, film producer and scouting and casting associate for Talent Fusion Agency in Indianapolis. She can be reached at Amy@youarecurrent.com. To see more of her photos, visit currentnightandday.com.


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Where’s Amy attends ‘Pulse’ From left, Abigail Kimball (Fishers), Alexandra “Ola” Taranowski (Carmel) and Katia Zakanova (Carmel) at the Oct. 3 production of “Pulse: Dance to the Beat of Your Own Drummer” at the Basile Theater in the historic Athenaeum in downtown Indianapolis. Founding Artistic Director Alyona Yakovleva-Randall and staff brought magic to the stage as the talented IBC students danced the night away with unique stories, music, choreography and staging. Part of the proceeds went to Indy Humane. Stay tuned for IBC’s production of “The Nutcracker,” coming Dec. 13-16. For more, visit indianaballetconservatory.org. (Photos by Amy Pauszek)

From left, Liz Hamilton (Carmel) and Kathleen Carlson (Fishers).

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Register for 2019-2020 school year. Personal tours will be given to you and your children. Contact Information: Jennifer Podlogar 842-1125 or jpodlogar@sldmfishers.org www.sldmfishers.org 11421 Hague Road Fishers

Join a troop and begin the Girl Scout fun! Girls will build fires, make s’mores, paint pumpkins, and enjoy a fall photo booth. New Girl Scouts who wear a costume will receive a free patch! $25 Membership fee. Financial assistance available for membership fees. For information regarding this event, please call us at 317.924.6800.


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8 p.m. Oct. 16, 18, 19, 20; 1 p.m. Oct. 17, 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Oct. 21

“Man of La Mancha,” Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, Indianapolis

Beef & Boards will presents the classical musical, which won the Tony Award in 1966 for best musical, for the first time. Cost: $44-$69. Discount of $10 for children ages 3-15

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“Anything Goes,” Civic Theatre, The Tarkington, the Center for the Performing Arts, Carmel

7 p.m. Oct. 19, 20, 2 p.m. Oct. 21

Civic Theatre opens its 2018-19 season with Cole Porter’s musical, “Anything Goes,” which debuted on Broadway in 1934. “Putting it Together,” a behind-the-scenes look at the production along with food and drinks, will start at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 12 before the first showing for a special price. Cost: $25 to $48

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox is presenting its new revue at the Palladium at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18. (Submitted photo)

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, the Palladium, the Center for the Performing Arts, Carmel

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Postmodern Jukebox is presenting its new revue, dubbed the “Back In Black and White Tour.” Cost: $35 to $195

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“The Little Prince,” Lawrence Players, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20, Theater at the Fort, Lawrence 2:30 p.m. Oct. 21 Arts for Lawrence and The Lawrence Players present “The Little Prince,” based on the 1943 novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Cost: $12 to $15 (online $17 to $20 at door)

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“The Addams Family,” The Cat 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19. Theatre, 254 Veterans Way, Carmel 20, 2:30 p.m. Oct. 21 The quirky set of characters from the 1960s situation comedy take their turn in this musical, focusing on Wednesday Addams, who is now grown up and brings a nice young man, and his parents, home for a dinner. Cost: $15 to $18

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Albom to appear at Katz Festival of Books — Mitch Albom, who wrote the best-selling “Tuesdays with Morrie,” kicks off the Jewish Community Center’s 20th Annual Ann Katz Festival of Books & Arts, a three-week festival featuring authors, films, performing artists and fine artists. Albom, a well-known journalist and radio and television broadcaster, will speak at 7 p.m. at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck, 600 W. 70th Street, Indianapolis. Albom’s recent release, “The Next Person You Meet in Heaven,” is a sequel to his popular “The Five People You Meet in Heaven.” Admission is $30 with the book and $25 without the book. The Festival of Books and Arts runs Oct. 17 through Nov. 12 and is presented by the Herbert Simon Family Foundation with support from the Irwin and Ann Katz Cultural Arts and Education Endowment Fund. For more, visit jccindy.org/ community/festival-books-arts/. Perfect Harmony Fall Training Workshop set — Professionals and family caregivers who work with older adults can learn about the benefits of music-based programming through a workshop presented by the Great American Songbook Foundation. The 2018 Perfect Harmony Fall Training Workshop, sponsored by Applegate Elder Law, is set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Foundation’s home, the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts, 1 Center Green, Carmel. Pre-registration is required. Tickets are available through the Center for the Performing Arts at TheSongbook.org/phworkshop. The $20 registration fee includes lunch and supplementary materials provided by the Foundation. For more, call 317-844-5832.

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Power posturing for ladder-climbing supervisors Commentary by Curtis Honeycutt Do you want to hit the fast-forward button on your career? Do you want to collect underlings like baseball cards? If so, I suggest adopting a grammar guy few fundamental power postures. This is all about making yourself look as big as possible. Wear as many jackets as possible; you’ll be sweaty, but your co-workers will fear you. Also, stand like you’re trying to scare away a bear in the forest. My favorite power posture takes some work. Before anyone else gets into the office, make everyone else’s chair shorter than yours so you’ll look like a giant. It may take some MacGyver ingenuity to accomplish this, but you’re destined for greatness. Do what it takes to literally rise above everyone else. Before you know it, they’ll all be your subordinates. Just like it’s essential to view everyone at work as a subordinate, it’s also crucial to recognize a subordinate sentence clause when you see one. A subordinate, or dependent clause, is a clause that can’t stand alone as a sentence, but it adds meaning to a sentence’s main clause. The main clause, which is independent, can stand on its own. How about some examples? I am going to work this morning. This sentence stands on its own; however, that’s not all the information or meaning I intend to convey. Allow me to introduce a subordinate clause: I am going to work this morning if I can find my keys. In this sentence, “if I can find my keys” not only doesn’t stand alone as a sentence, but it adds some important additional information into the sentence. This clause is a subordinate clause. The word that introduces the subordinate clause itself is called a subordinator, which sounds like some kind of underwater Terminator knock-off movie. Common subordinators include because, since, if, although, while, before, after, unless and until. If your subordinate clause begins your sentence, always add a comma after the clause. Becoming familiar with these subordinators will make it easy for you to recognize subordinate clauses. If you want that six-figure check, you’re going to have to tower over the mere mortal coworkers who either want to be you or date you. Just like subordinate clauses, they can’t stand on their own apart from the proximity of your sheer awesomeness. Before you know it, they’ll be re-naming all the Forbes lists after you. Curtis Honeycutt is a national award-winning, syndicated humor writer. Connect with him on Twitter (@curtishoneycutt) or at curtishoneycutt.com.

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Dispatches Indoor air quality — To improve indoor air quality, one of the easiest fixes is to replace paraffin candles with beeswax candles. Paraffin is made from petroleum, which creates smoke that can be irritating to those with asthma and allergies. Beeswax candles emit almost no smoke so they are better for your air. Source: FamilyHandyman.com Keep the ladybugs out — It’s fall and ladybugs are looking for some place warm. If you’re seeing them in your home, try cloves as a deterrent. Place small pouches of cloves or sprinkle clove oil in infested areas. It’s non-toxic, smells nice and ladybugs don’t like it. Source: FamilyHandyman. com

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Fresh coffee at your bedCITY OF FISHERS ADVISORY PLAN COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING DOCKET: PRR-17306 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the City of Fishers Advisory Plan Commission at 6:00 PM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018 in the City of Fishers Auditorium, located on the 1st floor within Fishers City Hall building, One Municipal Drive, Fishers, Indiana. REQUEST: At that hearing, the public will be invited to offer comments on the following request (“Proposal”): Consideration of Docket No. PRR-17306, an application submitted by Faegre Baker Daniels on behalf of RealAmerica, LLC. (the “Petitioner”), requesting an amendment to the Official Zoning Map of the City of Fishers, dated October 16, 2006, as amended, to rezone the subject real estate to Planned Unit Development Residential (PUD-R). LOCATION: The Proposal is located on 12.5 +/- acres, generally located south of E 106th Street with the common address of 7877 E 106th Street, Fishers, IN 46038. The full legal description of the property is on file with the Department of Planning and Zoning. The case file about this project is available for public review in the office of the Department of Planning and Zoning, located on the 2nd floor at Fishers City Hall. The meeting agenda and related information will be posted on the City’s website forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the meeting specified above. Written objections filed with the secretary of the Advisory Plan Commission before the hearing will be considered. If you would like your written comments to be provided to the Fishers Advisory Plan Commission, you must submit them one (1) week prior to the hearing date noted above. Oral comments will be heard during the public hearing. Department of Planning and Zoning City of Fishers 1 Municipal Drive, Fishers, IN 46038 (317) 595-3120 www.fishers.in.us Applicant Contact Information: Faegre Baker Daniels Steven D. Hardin 600 E. 96th Street, Suite 600 Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 569-9600 steven.hardin@faegrebd.com

CITY OF FISHERS ADVISORY PLAN COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING DOCKET: PRR-18491 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the City of Fishers Advisory Plan Commission at 6:00 PM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018 in the City of Fishers Auditorium, located on the 1st floor within Fishers City Hall building, One Municipal Drive, Fishers, Indiana. REQUEST: At that hearing, the public will be invited to offer comments on the following request (“Proposal”): Consideration of Docket No. PRR-17306, an application submitted by Faegre Baker Daniels on behalf of Thompson Thrift Development, Inc. (the “Petitioner”), requesting an amendment to the Official Zoning Map of the City of Fishers, dated October 16, 2006, as amended, to rezone the subject real estate to Planned Unit Development Mixed District (PUD-M). LOCATION: The Proposal is located on 8.67 +/- acres, generally located south of E 116th Street and east of The Yard at Fishers District development. 1.67 +/- acres have the common address of 9712 E 116th Street, Fishers, IN 46038 and 7 +/- acres have the common address of 9799 E 116th Street, Fishers, IN 46038. The full legal description of the properties is on file with the Department of Planning and Zoning. The case file about this project is available for public review in the office of the Department of Planning and Zoning, located on the 2nd floor at Fishers City Hall. The meeting agenda and related information will be posted on the City’s website forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the meeting specified above. Written objections filed with the secretary of the Advisory Plan Commission before the hearing will be considered. If you would like your written comments to be provided to the Fishers Advisory Plan Commission, you must submit them one (1) week prior to the hearing date noted above. Oral comments will be heard during the public hearing. Department of Planning and Zoning City of Fishers 1 Municipal Drive, Fishers, IN 46038 (317) 595-3120 www.fishers.in.us Applicant Contact Information: Faegre Baker Daniels Steven D. Hardin 600 E. 96th Street, Suite 600 Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 569-9600 steven.hardin@faegrebd.com


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