Lawrence Chamber Guide 2023-24

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2023-2024 Building Business. Connecting Community.

Member Directory & Community Guide

Welcome to your Chamber On behalf of the membership of the Greater Lawrence Chamber, our Board of Directors, and the Lawrence community at-large, I’d like to welcome you to our 2023-2024 Member Directory & Community Guide. Lawrence is a vibrant, diverse, active and beautiful community filled with people who care about each other. The commitment of Lawrence’s citizens, public servants and businesses, to grow Lawrence into a destination for business, tourism and community is evident at every turn. Whether you are attending a high school sporting event, a community service opportunity, a business function, a golf outing, a hike in Fort Harrison State Park, an award ceremony for one of our tech companies, a community celebration in our Arts District, the Thursday Farmers Market, the Lagers in Lawrence Oktoberfest, or the annual Christmas Parade, you will find people who want Lawrence to thrive. Lawrence prides itself on our diversity of culture, and that extends to both our residents and our businesses. We hope that you will use this guide year-round as a resource for leisure activities, and as guide to the vast array of businesses that call Lawrence home. With almost 170 members in our Chamber, you can find virtually anything that you are looking for within our community. We encourage you to patronize our businesses and take part in all that Lawrence has to offer. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please reach out to us. Odds are that we can find what you are after. In the fall of 2019, I had the opportunity to move to Lawrence. At that time, I realized how amazing the Lawrence community is. Where else can you find a historic city center that both borders a 1,700-acre park and has plenty of room to grow? Housing is ample at almost every price point and ranges from cute little starter homes to lakefront estates. I love this community, and I am thrilled to be serving Lawrence as the president of the Greater Lawrence Chamber. As Lawrence grows and becomes an even greater economic influence on the vitality of Central Indiana, we can look forward to development and prosperity. With all of us working together for the common good of Lawrence, great things will happen! Thank you for your interest in our wonderful community. We are happy to share it with you, and whether you are here for a day or a lifetime, we welcome you to our home! Brad Klopfenstein President, Greater Lawrence Chamber

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Dr. April Krowel, Chair of the Board The Brain Center

Alan Becker. Secretary Bose, McKinney & Evans

Caleb Hill Treasurer Culver’s/Tru by Hilton

Michael Webster Freije

Colin Murphy FInanical Center First Credit Union

Nichole Reynolds Stock Yards Bank & Trust

Ryan Smith BMO Harris Bank

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Construction will soon begin on The Benjamin, which is set for completion in the fall of 2025. (Rendering courtesy of Keystone Group)

Keystone Group to break ground on new development in Lawrence By Holly Saddler Keystone Group is moving forward with its mixed-use development in Lawrence with plans to break ground on Oct. 24.

restaurants and retail tenants for residents, businesses,and visitors.”

The development, named The Benjamin, will have approximately 220 residential units and include a pool and luxury amenity spaces. The 24,000 square feet of retail will be a combination of restaurants and retail uses.

The project is blocks away from Fort Harrison State Park with accessibility to many walking and biking trails, dog parks and other green and public spaces.

The Benjamin will contain market-rate rental units with one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. It is on the corner of 56th Street and Lawrence Village Parkway and is expected to be completed in the fall of 2025. “The Benjamin will be the first mixed-use development to add luxury apartments to the neighborhood,” said Jennifer Pavlik, senior vice president and chief of staff at Keystone Group. “With sought-after retail tenants adding to the growth and excitement of the Fort Ben neighborhood, Keystone has worked closely with the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority, the mayor’s office, the Lawrence City Council and other community stakeholders to partner on a project that impacts the neighborhood with an exciting new housing development that will bring new

Keystone Group does not foresee any delays for the project but is prepared for potential slowdowns. “There are always contingency plans in development and construction, especially now with longer-than-normal lead times, worker shortages and other typical delays such as unexpected weather and site conditions,” Pavlik said. “Keystone is excited to deliver this exciting transformational project to Fort Ben and will do everything we can to stay on schedule.” Keystone Group has completed several development projects in the Indianapolis area, including Sophia Square, a mixed-use project in downtown Carmel; 3 Mass Condos on Mass Ave; 220 Meridian, which is a redevelopment of the old AT&T Tower in downtown Indianapolis; and is constructing the Intercontinental Hotel and Eleven Park in downtown Indianapolis.

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The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to starts construction on Pendleton Pike through Lawrence in 2024. (Photo courtesy of the City of Lawrence)

Pendleton Pike Progress construction to start in 2024 The Indiana Department of Transportation is finalizing plans for improving safety on the busy 5-mile stretch of Pendleton Pike that goes through the City of Lawrence and is home to many businesses. The project, called Pendleton Pike Progress, focuses on safety and traffic flow. According to INDOT, a review of crash reports over three years found multiple areas with crash rates and severity higher than the statewide average. INDOT officials say they’re planning medians to limit left turns in hopes of reducing the crash rate. During an August public hearing in Lawrence, INDOT officials provided an update on the project. Cory Lamb of CHA Consulting said the project begins at I-465 and stretches northeast, ending at the intersection with Oaklandon Road. The 5-mile stretch has two-way traffic with no barriers, and crashes are common. Factors contributing to crashes on the road include traffic congestion, aggressive driving and drivers needing to cross three lanes of traffic to make a left turn. Lamb said a raised median running down most of Pendleton Pike is expected to mitigate several concerns. “INDOT has chosen to install medians because the design meets

the purpose and need in improving safety and connectivity and reduces congestion,” Lamb said. Lamb said drivers wanting to turn left would need to use the nearest intersection or make legal U-turns. Plans call for 12 traffic signals along the roadway. City of Lawrence Director of Engineering Sri Venugopalan said some business owners weren’t pleased with the proposal, but there also are those in support of the idea because of safety concerns. “The aggressive driving on Pendleton Pike has been an issue,” he said. “You’ll see people flying 70 mph and then using the center line. It’s a pretty dangerous scenario out there.” Pendleton Pike Progress is in the environmental and design stage. Construction is expected to begin no earlier than 2024 and will last up to two years. The project also includes intersection improvements at 56th Street. Local cross streets are expected to be realigned to make it easier for drivers to turn and see oncoming traffic. The project also will connect sidewalks in the area. For more, visit

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Winterfest in the City of Lawrence includes an ice rink. (Photo courtesy of the City of Lawrence)

Festivals and events help provide better quality of life in Lawrence The Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce and the City of Lawrence frequently join forces for a variety of fun projects within the city, including the popular Winterfest and Fourth Fest celebrations. Winterfest launched in 2020 and has featured ice skating, music performances, carolers, visits with Santa, movies and a winter farmers market. The 2023 Winterfest kicks off with A Lawrence Christmas Nov. 25 at Civic Plaza, 5710 Lawrence Village Pkwy. Winterfest is a monthlong celebration of the winter holidays. Fourth Fest is all about the Fourth of July. The city and chamber host a day-long celebration that includes the only Independence Day parade in Marion County. The festival also includes a traditional fish fry, a classic car show, a dance party with live music and, of course, fireworks. Another event that the chamber promotes is the Fort Ben Farmers Market at 8920 Otis Ave. in Lawrence, which takes place every Thursday afternoon, rain or shine, from early June through early October. The market has grown over the past few years, with more customers, vendors and attractions. Market organizer Damaris Iraheta told Current in June that the Fort Ben Farmers Market started in 2017 in response to some area

The Color Guard opens the 2023 City of Lawrence Fourth of July parade. (Photo by Leila Kheiry) grocery stores closing. It had about a dozen vendors at the time and took place at Civic Plaza. In 2022, it moved to the Cultural Campus, where it expanded to 40 vendors. She said the weekly event is more than a farmers market; it’s a community resource for residents and an attraction for visitors.

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Lawrence chamber and city partner for 2024 eclipse celebration By Leila Kheiry The April 8, 2024, total eclipse is months away, but plans are in the works to celebrate this rare celestial phenomenon, which is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of people to the greater Indianapolis area. Central Indiana is in the path of totality, which means this area will experience the full eclipse. City of Lawrence Chief of Staff Cori Korn said planners are not only organizing a big celebration on the day of the eclipse but also are working the eclipse theme into various events leading up to the big day to build excitement and anticipation. “Because we know it’s going to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for so many of our residents and (other) people, we don’t want anyone to miss out,” she said. In December, Winterfest and the Lawrence Christmas Festival will include eclipse elements, she said, and they’re working with the public library to get the word out to younger residents. In March, Arts for Lawrence is planning a visual arts display in its gallery, celebrating all things eclipse-related, Korn said, and on April 6, a couple days before the actual eclipse, Lawrence will host an “Outrun the Sun” 5K. “That weekend. the Greater Indianapolis area is expecting about 400,000 visitors,” Korn said. “And so with that, we want to be a spot and destination that not only our residents but visitors alike want to come to. So we’re trying to do different activities every day of that weekend.” In addition to the 5K on April 6, organizers are planning a pickleball tournament April 7. April 8, the day of the eclipse, is a Monday. For central Indiana, the phenomenon starts at about 1:50 p.m., with totality at 3:06 p.m. It will end at 4:23 p.m. Korn said the city will host a festival on April 8, with live music, special activities for kids, food trucks and vendors selling eclipse and celestial-related items. “It will all be very eclipsed-themed,” she said. “It’s pretty exciting to know that we’re in that path of totality. The last time it was here, it was a partial, and to have the total eclipse and be on that path of totality is exciting. We really want to make it an event for all the people of Lawrence.”

The 2023 Solar Eclipse path of totality includes the greater Indianapolis area. (Image courtesy of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources)

Korn said they’re encouraging local restaurants to offer eclipsethemed specials, and they hope to work with an area brewery for a special eclipse beer.

There are other eclipse plans in the works, and as events and celebrations are set in Lawrence, planners will update its eclipse website,


Lawrence Chamber offers various networking opportunities The Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce offers regular events for its members and the community throughout the year, providing opportunities to network, be informed and simply have fun. Jodi Petty, marketing and events coordinator with the Lawrence Chamber, said the chamber always welcomes new sponsors to ensure these events can continue. Below are some of those membership opportunities

State of the City Luncheon This annual event takes place in the spring, usually March or April, and features the City of Lawrence mayor providing an overview of the community. The most recent State of the City was the final one for outgoing Mayor Steve Collier, who took the opportunity to highlight success stories from the city’s different departments. Chamber President Brad Klopfenstein said the 2024 State of the City address will be unique in that the city will have a new mayor for the first time in eight years.

Chew on This Luncheon The Chew on This monthly lunch event is a fairly new addition to the schedule, Petty said, and has been hosted by The Garrison, although others interested in sponsoring are welcome to do so. The event is the third Tuesday of each month, starts around 11:30 a.m. and lasts through 1 p.m. Featured speakers have included City of Lawrence officials, local media representatives and business leaders.

Coffee with Colleagues The monthly Coffee with Colleagues is an early-morning event that Petty said is a more low-key networking opportunity.

Heartland Film has hosted many of the breakfast events this year, with Metronet providing donuts and Porter Books & Bread providing coffee. Those who attend can introduce themselves and network with other members from throughout Lawrence. Klopfenstein said the breakfast event is the second Wednesday of each month.

State of the Schools Luncheon Klopfenstein said this informative annual event focuses on student achievement, the financial state of the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township and upcoming projects to enhance the educational experience. MSDLT Superintendent Dr. Shawn Smith gave the most recent State of the Schools presentation on Sept 19.

Christmas Toy Drive in conjunction with Lawrence Fire Department and NE Indy Rotary This event benefits the Lawrence Fire Department Family Assistance Program, Klopfenstein said. Chamber members raise money and collect toys for families throughout Lawrence, and the annual drive culminates with a holiday party.

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Events Annual Membership Luncheon The annual luncheon is an opportunity for chamber members to gather, hear about the past year, select new board members and hear from a guest speaker. The event also serves as the chamber’s annual business meeting and is the organization’s largest event of the year. The 2023 luncheon is set for Nov. 14 and will feature guest speaker Ersal Ozdemir, founder and chairman of the Keystone Group and Indy Eleven.

Annual Golf Outing This event welcomes golfers from around the community to gather at one of the many golf courses in Lawrence to see who can take home the grand prize. Klopfenstein said the golf outing typically happens in September and is a great kickoff to fall in Indiana. He said they’re looking into launching a ninehole outing in addition to the annual 18-hole event.

Quarterly Afterhours networking social events Approximately four times a year, chamber members get together for after-work libations as a way to relax and get to know each other. “Lawrence features several fine establishments, and we do our best to rotate around to most of them,” Klopfenstrein said.

Weekly Classic Car Cruise-in at Fort Harrison The chamber’s weekly Cruise-in is from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays at VFW Post 7119 on Lee Road. “This is a free-to-attend event, so just show up with a lawn chair and enjoy the scenery,” Klopfenstein said. The VFW Post is open to the public for these events, he sa id, so participants can buy food and a beverage while there.

Ribbon cuttings Chamber members who are celebrating a new location, a renovation or an anniversary can commemorate the event with a free chamber ribbon-cutting. Klopfenstein said they will announce the event to members, bring a ribbon and the big scissors, and promote the event on social media.

Member video features

Lawrence racing events aim to promote active, healthy habits By Holly Saddler A series of races traveled through the Lawrence area this year, with a goal of encouraging a healthy lifestyle and staying active in the local community. Beyond Monumental held its 28th annual Indy Half Marathon at Fort Ben on Oct. 7. The race runs through historic downtown Lawrence and Fort Harrison State Park. The annual race is part of the organization’s effort to instill beneficial running habits in the community. “Originally, it was a marathon, and now it is a half marathon, 10k and 5k,” said Jed Cornforth, executive director of Beyond Monumental. “Beyond Monumental acquired (the event) in 2016, and we’ve since added a large kids’ program to the event. Now there are about 600 Lawrence students that get to come and participate for free. That is part of what we call our APEX Benefits Monumental Kids movement, so that’s a six- to seven-week program in the schools.” The goal of the races is to provide the community with an opportunity to create and pursue a healthy lifestyle through running. “Our hope is it inspires the community to get healthy, whether it’s somebody who is training seriously or someone who wants to be motivated to do something active in their community,” Cornforth said. “We are a nonprofit, and all the proceeds go toward our kids’ running program to benefit youth health and wellness. Our hope is that it inspires kids to stick with it and learn that running is lifelong and can be helpful in leading a healthy and active lifestyle.” Other race events that happen in the area throughout the year include Outrun the Sun and Run (317). Outrun the Sun, Inc. held its annual race Sept. 30 to create awareness of melanoma and other skin cancers. Outrun the Sun, Inc. educates communities about preventative measures against skin cancer and raises funds for research. According to the organization’s website $133,727 was raised through the 2023 event. Run (317) put on a series of races throughout the 2023 summer season, where participants ran a 3.17-mile race that ended with a party. Each race concluded with a DJ, local craft beer, food and games.

“As an added value to our membership, we’ll occasionally do video features of our members,” Klopfenstein said. “These 1-2 minute videos are an easy way for the chamber staff to tell others who you are and what you do.”

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Westminster Village North, Inc. 11050 Presbyterian Drive Indianapolis, IN 46236 317-823-6841 x2930

Minuteman Press 9105 E. 56th Street Indianpolis, IN 46216 (317) 746-6703 Reagan Outdoor Advertising 511 Madison Avenue INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46225 (317) 634-1900

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ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERING American Structurepoint 9025 River Road, Suite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 547-5580

ATTORNEYS Bose McKinney & Evans LLP 111 Monument Circle Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 684-5000 Craig, Kelley & Faultless LLC 5845 Lawton Loop E. Drive Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 545-1760 Eads Murray & Pugh, P.C. 9515 E. 59th Street, Suite B Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 536-2565

AUTOMOTIVE SALES/ SERVICE/SUPPLIES Voelkel’s Collision Repair, Inc. 6201 Oaklandon Road Indianapolis, IN 46235 (317) 823-6200

Curran Architecture 5719 Lawton Loop E. Drive, Ste. 212 BAIL BONDING Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 288-0681 United Surety Agents, Inc. 5153 N. Shadeland Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 254-8721 Schmidt Associates, Inc. 415 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 263-6226

BANKING/FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BMO Financial Group- Geist 9775 Fall Creek Road Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 585-4237 Citizens State Bank 902 S Rangeline Rd Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 844-5170 Everwise Credit Union 6710 N. Shadeland Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 577-1313 Fifth Third Bank Fort Harrison 9025 E. 56th St Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 547-1031 Financial Center First Credit Union - Main Center 7101 E. 56th Street Lawrence, IN 46226 (317) 916-7700 First Financial Bank 9050 E. 56th Street Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 600-2480 Forum Credit Union 5760 Sunnyside Road Indianapolis, IN 46235 (317) 558-6000 Old National Bank - 56th St. 8930 E. 56th Street Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 542-9010

Snowbird Financial LLC 9165 Otis Ave Lawrence, IN 46216 317-610-9096 STAR Financial Bank 9165 E 56th St. Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 566-3171 Stock Yards Bank and Trust 6840 Lake Plaza Dr Indianapolis, IN 46220 317-238-2860

BEER DISTRIBUTOR Monarch Distributing, LLC 9347 E. Pendleton Pike Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 612-1310

BOWLING Hindel Bowling Lanes 6833 Massachusetts Ave. Lawrence, IN 46226 (317) 545-1231

BREWERY 2Toms Brewing Company 7035 E 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 (260) 402-7644 Triton Brewing Company 5764 Wheeler Rd Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 735-2706

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MEMBERS LIST by category Lushin, Inc. 5655 Castle Creek Parkway North Drive Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 846-9200

Saint Lawrence Catholic Church and School 6944 East 46th Street Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 546-4065

Pellinore Advisors LLC 8716 Sturgeon Bay LN Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 590-5278


Purple Ribbon Office Solutions 5625 5625 SUNNYSIDE ROAD Indianapolis, IN 46235 (317) 998-8090 sandra@

BUSINESS NETWORKING GROUP Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce 6501 Sunnyside Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 541-9876 info@greaterlawrencechamber. org

CATERING The Hook up LLC 5625 Sunnyside Indianapolis, IN 46224 (317) 747-1744

CATERING / RESTAURANT Fitzgerald’s Lunch House and Catering 9130 Otis Ave Suite D Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 308-7010

CHURCH Lawrence Apostolic Church, Inc 6202 Sunnyside Rd Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 370-2202

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COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY Ivy Tech Community College 9301 E. 59th Street Lawrence, IN 46216 (317) 921-4839

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CONSTRUCTION/ RENOVATION Amerifence 4447 N. Franklin Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 207-9499 Creed Improvements 6226 Green Leaves Rd Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 626-1177 Envoy 8890 E. 116th St. Fishers, IN 46038 (317) 594-4600

Freije Engineered Solutions 7600 Pendleton Pike Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 716-7920

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GENERAL CONTRACTOR Garmong Construction 5988 Michigan Road Indianapolis, IN 46228 (317) 682-1001

GOVERNMENT Ali for Indy 11827 Rossmore Drive Indianapolis, IN 46235 219-789-2615 City of Lawrence 9001 E. 59th Street, Suite 301 Lawrence, IN 46216 (317) 545-6191 Lawrence Township Trustee 4455 McCoy Street Ste. 100 Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 890-0011 317.541.9876 • | 19

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HOTEL Fort Harrison State Park Inn 5830 N. Post Road Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 638-6000 ftharrison/lodging.html Tru by Hilton Lawrence 5660 Lawrence Village Pkwy Indianapolis, IN 46216 1-317-541-8803 inddlru-tru-lawrence

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Bloomerang 5724 Birtz Road Indianapolis, IN 46216 1-866-332-2999 Electronic Strategies, Inc. 8050 Castleway Drive Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 596-9891

Indy Data Partners, Inc LAND SURVEYING/ 5649 Lee Road ENGINEERING Indianapolis, IN 46216 USI Consultants, Inc. (317) 713-4040 8415 E. 56th Street Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 544-4996 Phoenix Data Corporation 5777 North Post Road Indianapolis, IN 46216 LANDSCAPING (317) 354-1187 pbarrett@ Midwest Landscape Industries 2828 N Catherwood Ave Indinapolis, IN 46219 (317) 363-7374 Sondhi Solutions 47 S. Pennsylvania St, Suite 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 435-2046

INSURANCE Gregory and Appel Insurance 433 N. Capitol Indianapolis, IN 46202 (317) 634-7491 Insurance by George 9105 E. 56th Street, Suite 207 Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 544-5207

INVESTMENT Beck Financial Strategies, Inc 5825 N Post Road Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 547-1200 Edward Jones - John Dewey, Financial Advisor 9745 Fall Creek Road, Suite 800 Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 842-1189 Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, LLC 800 E. 96th St., Suite 400 Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 818-7437

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Ski Landscape 9786 E. 56th St. Lawrence, IN 46236 (317) 897-5885

LEGAL SERVICES Clark & Associates Legal Shield & I.D. Theft Protection PO Box 26832 Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 331-1077 benefits

LIBRARY Lawrence Branch - Indianapolis Public Library 7898 N. Hague Road Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 275-4460

MANUFACTURED HOMES Cohron’s Manufactured Homes, Inc 9623 Pendleton Pike Lawrence, IN 46236 (317) 897-1043

MANUFACTURING Alexander Screw Products, Inc. 8750 Pendleton Pike Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 898-5313

Indesign, LLC 8225 E. 56th St. Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 377-5441

Fortune Academy 5626 Lawton Loop, E. Drive Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 377-0544

Indiana Custom Embroidery 7750 Records St. Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 251-7792 stacy@indianacustomembroidery. com

Friends of Fort Harrison State Park 5753 Glenn Road Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 964-1823

Meyer Plastics 5968 Sunnyside Rd Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 259-4131

Heartland Film 8950 Otis Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 464-9405

MARKETING Imprint Branding 6457 Falling Tree Way Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 864-0632 hello@


Lawrence Community Parks Foundation, Inc 12125 E 65th St Lawrence, IN 46236 (317) 855-8517 Lawrence Exchange Club PO Box 26851 Lawrence, IN 46226 (317) 902-4364

Midwest Studios 5742 N Post Rd Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 257-5131 Lawrence Township School Foundation 6501 Sunnyside Rd Indianapolis, IN 46236 MEDIA (317) 423-8300 Towne Post Network, Inc. mistywickjohnston@msdlt.k12. 8800 North St., Ste. 117 Fishers, In 46038 (317) 810-0011 Mozel Sanders Foundation Inc. 709 N. Belmont Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46222 NONPROFIT (317) 636-7985 Community Cupboard of Lawrence 7101 Pendleton Pike MSD Lawrence Township Indianapolis, IN 46226 6501 Sunnyside Rd (317) 355-7395 Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 423-8200 FC Pride 11960 E 62nd St Indianapolis, IN 46235 (317) 679-4405

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MEMBERS LIST by category Oaklandon Youth Organization (OYO) 12150 E. 62nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46236 (404) 551-3527 Rotary Club of Indianapolis NE 5613 Skyridge Dr Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 849-6142 Sharing Place Food Pantry

(program of the Foundation for Lutheran Child and Family Services)

6501 Sunnyside Road, Entrance #5 Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 760-0420 VFW Post #7119 6525 Lee Rd Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 823-6180 Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 295 9450 E 59th Street Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 547-4748 Women In Networking (WIN) 712 Creston Point Circle Indianapolis, IN 46239 (317) 894-9421 www.nafewin-indy

OFFICE FURNITURE / SUPPLIES OfficeWorks 12000 Exit 5 Parkway Fishers, IN 46037 (317) 577-3531

PAYROLLING SERVICE Managepoint 9119 Otis Ave Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 374-6503

PERSONAL SERVICES AND CARE Restore Skin Therapy, LLC 5719 Lawton Loop E Dr Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 502-9364

PET SERVICES Camp Bow Wow Lawrence 10830 Pendleton Pike Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 794-3647 Lawrence

PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS Embroidery Sew Into It 9130 Otis Ave Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 734-3891

REAL ESTATE CENTURY 21 Scheetz, Jeanne Morton, Broker 270 E Carmel Dr Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 509-1114 Encore 55+ Boutique Apartments 6675 East 75th Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 777-6303 Greentree Real Estate Group 7037 Indian Lake Blvd., W. Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 557-5478 M.S.WOODS REAL ESTATE 9465 Counselors Row Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 578-3220

RECREATIONAL Beyond Monumental / Indy Half Marathon at Fort Ben P.O. Box 55488 Indianapolis, IN 46205 (203) 829-1060

REDEVELOPMENT Fort Harrison Reuse Authority 9001 E. 59th Street Indianapolis, IN 46216 1-317-377-3400

RESTAURANT C.R. Heroes Family Pub 10570 E 96TH ST FISHERS, IN 46037 (317) 576-1070 Cafe’ Audrey 9134 Otis Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 546-6000 City Barbeque 6303 E 82nd Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 210-9351 Culver’s of Lawrence 5525 Post Road Lawrence, IN 46216 (317) 591-1002 lawrence-in Denver’s Garage Pizza and Brews 110 E Broadway St Fortville, IN 46040 (317) 626-2900 Fort Ben Pub 5645 N. Post Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46033 (317) 418-4014

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George’s Neighborhood Grill 6935 B Lake Plaza Dr., Suite B12-B15 Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 577-1600 jim@georgesneighborhoodgrill. com www.georgesneighborhoodgrill. com Moo & Lou Frozen Treats and More LLC 5645 N. Post Rd. Ste. B Lawrence, IN 46216 (317) 597-0075 Porter Books & Bread 5719 Lawton Loop E. Dr. Suite 101 Lawrence, IN 46216 (317) 388-5046 Sports Page Lounge 4603 N. Post Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 902-8687 Vegas Lounge and Bar 723 Broad Ripple Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 222-9888

RETAIL Crew Carwash 11700 Exit Five Parkway Fishers, IN 46037 (317) 572-2422 leopoldo.espino@crewcarwash. com SALTIRE GAMES INC 11135 Pendleton Pike Indianapolis, IN 46236-2872 (317) 823-1645

SECURITY/LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS Hoosier Security 5841 Thunderbird Rd Suite G Indianapolis, IN 46236 (317) 644-0570


TILE/MARBLE Tremain Tile and Marble 8101 E. 47th Street Indianapolis, IN 46226 (317) 549-1991


Clearvista Lake Health Campus 8405 Clearvista Pl Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 578-7500 in/indianapolis/clearvista-lake/

Crown Trophy Indy 1311 North Shadeland, Suite A Indianapolis, IN 46219 (317) 352-0345

Sycamore Reserve Independent Senior Living 8275 Craig St. Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 516-5200

AES Indiana 1 Monument Circle Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 261-8357

SIGN MANUFACTURING Sign Craft Industries 8816 Corporation Drive Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 842-8664


VETERINARIANS Fort Harrison Veterinarians 9160 Otis Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 546-2338

TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING Schneider Geospatial 8901 Otis Ave., Suite 300 Indianapolis, IN 46216 (317) 826-7110

TELECOMMUNICATIONS Level365 9130 Otis Ave., Suite H Lawrence, IN 46216 (317) 810-0024 Telecommunications Metronet 1320 City Center Drive Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 798-1176

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