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Looking for feedback – The Town of Fishers has posted a survey online concerning the Fishers Transportation Plan 2030. It asks for input on how traffic is now, what is important for a transportation plan in the future and more. Check it out at www.fishers.in.us. Fishers native voted into office – Fishers native Meredith Jones was voted into Franklin College’s Student Congress, according to a news release. She will serve as one of the sophomore class representatives in the 20132014 academic year.

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Iconographer George Dimitriadis paints on a prophet’s name at the new location of St. George Orthodox Christian Church. (Photo by Jillyann Burns) Founded Jan. 25, 2011, at Fishers, IN Vol. III, No. 19 Copyright 2013. Current Publishing, LLC All Rights Reserved. 30 South Range Line Road Carmel, IN 46032 317.489.4444 info@youarecurrent.com The views of the columnists in Current in Fishers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the positions of this newspaper.

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Delucia, Mayner and Holdren. (Photo courtesy of Zach Mayner)

Trio had to leave emotions home By Dan Domsic • dan@youarecurrent.com Signs, stories and houses broken into millions of pieces greeted Fishers residents Josh DeLucia and Zach Mayner when they PHILANTROPY reached Moore, Okla., to lend a hand with Muncie resident Alan Holdren. The trio spent the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day weekend driving to (and from) Moore and helping out in the aftermath of the May 20 tornado that left 24 dead and 377 injured, according to an NBC News report. “It was a crazy experience,” DeLucia said. “It’s unbelievable to talk to someone who literally has lost everything material that they owned and have a smile on their face… (It) puts a lot of different things into perspective, what’s important, what’s not.” He said people were making the best of the situation – the aftermath a devastating tornado left in the Oklahoma town. Signs sprouted amongst the wreckage – “God Bless” and “State Farm, where are you?” and “For Sale, New Floor Plan, as is.” And stories came the Hoosiers’ way. Parents rush-

ing to a school caught in the path, with some making it there in time and others not, as well as a resident that opened his storm shelter to look out into the eye of the storm. DeLucia said this first trip out to a disaster area served as a “fact-finding mission,” for future trips. He independently worked with his friends to put the trip together, but also worked with his church, St. Louis de Montfort Catholic Church, to deliver relief. He plans to go on more trips like this. He said he is trying to put an association together that would “communify” not-for-profits and churches into an action arm for disaster relief from Indianapolis. Mayner said he is beginning the process of obtaining 501(C) 3 status for such a disaster relief not-for-profit in Fishers. DeLucia said that if others want to participate in disaster relief, they have to just commit to doing so, but be sure to go ready to work and not get in the way. Mayner said he had to turn off his emotions while in Moore. “That was probably the craziest thing – the emotions you felt for the families and just realizing that literally everything can be gone from your life in a split second,” he said.

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Fishers Music Works is announcing auditions for the Fishers Wind Symphony. The group’s first performance will be on August 10.

Sign up for June chamber luncheon – The Fishers Chamber of Commerce is holding its monthly luncheon June 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the FORUM Conference Center, 11313 USA Pkwy. Registration can be found online at www.fisherschamber.com. The keynote speaker is Vince Griffin, vice president of environmental and energy policy for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. The event costs $20 for members and $25 for non-members. Next up – The Fishers Summer Concert Series continues June 18, with Endless Summer. The concert will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater, 6 Municipal Dr.

Big Daddy Caddy performs for The Fishers Summer Concert Series on June 11. (Photo by Dan Domsic)

New leadership Indy Eleven Professional Soccer has named Juergen Sommer as the team’s director of soccer operations and head coach. In his dual roles, the Carmel resident and former DVD review goalkeeping legend will be entrustChristopher Lloyd reviews “Jack the Giant Slayer,” an action-heavy take on the classic beanstalk tale that bombed, despite lavish produc- ed to build the club’s roster and technical staff before leading Indy tion values and a budget approaching $200 million. Despite its box Eleven on the sideline during the office shortcomings, Lloyd describes the film as a fun, goofy, giddy squad’s inaugural season in 2014. ride that never dares to take itself very seriously. To read more about these stories, visit currentinfishers.com

Funny bone This week, Dick Wolfsie writes a humor column about a serious medical concern. Everything turned out fine, but this is his one chance to write funny stuff about his own lung biopsy – he hopes.


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From Tee to Shining Tee

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Cell reception in the American southwest hasn’t been great for Fishers resident Luke Bielawski. philanthropy But he’ll be quick to tell you that the reception from local people he’s met along the way during his From Tee to Shining Tee event has been kind and generous. From Tee to Shining Tee is a philanthropic vehicle for Bielawski to raise money for 12 scholarships at Providence Cristo Rey High School in Indianapolis. His goal is to raise $100,000 by hitting a golf ball across the United States – from coast to coast. On June 12, Bielawski said approximately 35 percent of his goal had been completed. “I was trying to think of ways to combine both my passions, golf and philanthropy,” he told Current in a phone interview. He said he wanted to find a unique, eye-catching idea that would “be a good vehicle to raise money and awareness.” Sprinkle in a little bit of Hollywood inspiration, and Bielawski was off for a cross-country adventure to raise money for the local school. “I was watching Forrest Gump, and it sort of just hit me – why not hit a golf ball across the country?” As of June 12, Bielawski had made it into Texas. According to the Q and A on Get On The Green’s, the not-for-profit that From Tee to Shining Tee falls under, the feasibility study for the feat predicts 3,000 golf balls will be lost on Bielawski’s journey.

Luke Bielawski: in Bouse, Ariz. (Photo courtesy of Get On The Green) But lost golf balls are tiny problems in comparison to some of the challenges on the journey. Earlier this month, what a started as a single flat tire, set the cause behind three or four days. The spare was too small and caused further complications with the brake system on Bielawski’s truck. “It wasn’t extremely difficult because we met some amazing people along the way that made it relatively easy on us, with their kindness and generosity…” he said. When asked what his favorite parts of the trip have been, Bielawski said stargazing, the wildlife, landscape, and likely most of all, the people. “The lack of service we have on our cell phones is made up for by the service of others,” he said. To learn more or donate, visit www.getonthegreen.org.

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sen said. Fransen said the Omega Schools may not always have knowledge of one another as they’re One local, aspiring not-for-profit wants to ship spread out over different types of coma literal bus-load of school supplies munities in a coastal city called Accra. and soccer “In order for them to know that they philanthropy gear to a are part of a bigger network, they’re group of pripart of one chain of school, we like to vate schools in Ghana. connect to them,” she said. “ (And) so The Beautiful Tree Foundation, Inc. (we’d like to) offer a school bus to go launched an Indiegogo campaign called and have them network.” “Giving Education New Mileage” www. Fransen had the chance to witness indiegogo.com/projects/giving-educaFransen such a networking event, a soccer tion-new-mileage to fund the purchase tournament. She also noticed that not of a bus and its shipment to Ghana. all of the kids got to play The fundraising goal is wearing cleats, many of $30,000. “They will increase their which were girls. That’s Angelika Q. Fransen, student body from 12,000 to po- where soccer gear comes Beautiful Tree Foundation director and Fishers tentially 20,000 and onward,” into play. Part of the funds raised resident, said the group Fransen said. on Indiegogo would go worked with S.P.O.R.T.S., simply to gas for driving the HSE School District and businesses to amass enough materials to fill the bus down to Texas to be shipped. About one-third of the $30,000 raised will go a storage container. toward the bus itself, an expensive vehicle in They also worked with local soccer clubs and Ghana, even with excessive mileage. the Fishers YMCA. Fransen said Omega Schools invested in parts She said the school system that the project for its single bus, took kids to a soccer tournawill directly benefit, Omega Schools, has one bus ment, and then two weeks later, it was broken amongst their thousands of students, a populadown. tion that will grow as more schools are opened. There is little more than a month left before “They will increase their student body from time is up on the Indiegogo funding campaign. 12,000 to potentially 20,000 and onward,” Fran-

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Teachers honored With the summer on the horizon, the Hamilton Southeastern School District named its Teacher of the Year for each education school. In addition to naming the Teachers of the Year, 15 certified employees were honored for putting in 20 years at the district, according to a news release. Those employees are: Michael Beresford, Donna Scherer, Susan Carr, Frank Sergi, Johnny Walker, Barbara Huff, Deb Forkner, Sharon Boyd, Catherine Glick, Susan Whybrew, Connie LaRocco, Crystal Kucic, Debbie Eder, Chris Graves and Mary Gemberling. Laura Ogle and Natalie Stoner received 30-year certified staff awards. Retiring certified employees that the district recognized were Susan Carr, Patricia Dunlap, Jane Eaton, Kathryn Foster, Jeanette Girten, Debbie Habeney, Kathy Havens, Susan Murphy, Jociel Nowacki, Laurie Ogle, Kathleen Lubs and Nancy Roberts.

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Current and former students of Annette Probst’s fifth-grade class from Sand Creek Intermediate School show artwork they created to give hope to patients of St.Vincent’s Breast Center in Indianapolis. Also pictured is oncologist Dr. Ruemu Birhiray, far right, Annette Probst, center, and Deborah Redd.

Students give hope to cancer victims By Nancy Edwards • news@currentinfishers.com Local fifth-grade students giving just one hour of their time are spreading enough hope and encouragement VOLUNTEERISM to cancer patients at St.Vincent’s Hospital to last a lifetime. Students from Annette Probst’s classroom at Sand Creek Intermediate School have been creating artwork with inspiring messages for the past several years to give faith and courage to those going through treatments for breast cancer. The idea began with Deybrian and Phil Redd, both students at Sand Creek, when their mother, Dr. Deborah Redd, learned she had breast cancer in December 2010. “I’m a physician,” Redd said. “I never thought I’d be diagnosed with cancer.” Her children decided they wanted to do something to make a difference in their mother’s life by drawing pictures and messages of hope for her. As they witnessed the positive impact on their mom, Deybrian and Phil worked with their teachers and classmates to lift the spirits of oth-

ers living with cancer. Probst, Deybrian’s former teacher, has continued the tradition annually with her fifth-grade class. “The students reach people they never know and are making an impact on their lives,” Probst said. The students’ artwork is matched up with patients who decide which message inspires them the most, according to Dr. Ruemu Birhiray, oncologist for St.Vincent’s Breast Center. He noted that more than 100 patients have taken home their art. “Just one hour (spent creating the art) becomes a lifetime for someone else,” he said. The students’ most recent creations are being hung on office walls of St.Vincent Breast Center in Indianapolis to give hope to current cancer patients. Redd noted that the encouraging artwork is giving patients a positive attitude and helping them live longer. “What (the students) are doing is making a difference in saving lives,” she said.


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St. George Orthodox Christian Church is bringing rich traditions to its new Fishers home

By Dan Domsic • dan@youarecurrent.com St. George Orthodox Christian Church is moving from its Indianapolis location of 87 years to Fishers later this summer, and it’s bringing a rich culture and symbolic tradiCover story tion with it. Underneath the dome of the new location, 10748 E. 116th St., a gigantic icon of Jesus Christ looks down at iconographers at work and will eventually look upon the congregation. “Iconography, for us, is a lot more than church decoration,” V. Rev. Father Nabil Hanna said. “For us, it is a theological statement. When we depict Jesus in icons, this is an affirmation of our faith that God really became human.” A tradition of the religion, icons could be found where people practiced and prayed, including catacombs beneath Rome and dating to Christ’s carrying the cross to Golgotha. As construction of the new church moves forward, an iconography team led by Dr. George Kordis, a visiting professor at the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Church Life and Yale University’s Institute of Sacred Music, is painting Christ, angels, prophets and even more figures in the lofty heights of the church using a technique – Egg Tempera – so old, that Kordis will tell you its age is unknown. Like many works of art, the meaning of Orthodox icons is complex and multi-faceted. “All icons for us bear witness to these two items: First, that he (Jesus Christ) truly became human and became depictable, and they also demonstrate the glory of the resurrection,” Hanna said. What’s more is that Orthodox worshippers painted icons to demonstrate meeting together in Christ’s presence. “As soon as they got the opportunity – even in the catacombs – they painted them to manifest this reality, that we are meeting with Christ in our midst,” he said. When June ends, the first phase of these paintings will be complete for the masses to gaze upon.

Father Nabil Hanna shows off The Communion of Saints, which is painted on the walls behind the alter area of the church.

On top of four stories of scaffolding in the highest point of the church, iconographer Yiannis Argirou varnishes the last touches of an angel as the icon of Jesus Christ, the Pantokrator, stands finished behind him. (Photos by Jillyann Burns)

As Vichos Chronis sketches on the pattern in the window frames, iconographer Kanellos Kanellopoulos works on filling in the details of one of the many prophets lining the slope of the dome of the church.

Master iconographer Dr. George Kordis layers on the details of the scene of Prophet Elisha healing the leprosy of Naaman the Syrian.

Moving with the flock

With a history in Indy, why move St. George from its decades-old roots in Indianapolis to a new location? Hanna said St. George will be the second Orthodox church in Hamilton County, and Fishers is one of the fastest growing areas in the country. Looking at just who makes up Hanna’s flock, he said 80 percent of St. George church-goers hail from northern Marion County and southern Hamilton County – specifically Carmel and Fishers. The parish’s burgeoning following outgrew the Indianapolis location, and design and wants/needs research began. It’s been a 13-year odyssey for the church, investing $5.75 million in the move and construction of a church so tall, and on a hill, an observer can see well across 116th Street and the tops of houses in the subdivision. That is, until the scaffolding is removed when Kordis and his team finishes their work, with the epic-sized icon of Christ at the center. He’s depicted radiantly, as “the true light, as the sun,” Hanna said. “That is a testimony to our worship, in the confidence that Christ is in our midst when we are gathered this way in his name.” The building itself even harkens back to the sixth century, a round structure that puts that symbol of faith in the center. “We have chosen a round design to be a replica of sixth century churches so that we have that sense of intimacy, that we are all worshipping together with Christ in the middle, because we believe in our worship that he is really the priest,” Hanna said. While the people have been worshipping at a nearby Orthodox church, Hanna looks forward to the new church’s opening. “They’ve been wonderful hosts, but it’s nice to be home, too,” he said.


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Drowning may not look like drowning It is our position that parents and caregivers should be aware of water safety. Scores of families will be looking for relief in area pools and lakes this summer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, fatal drowning remains the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death for children age 1 to 14 years. Drowning may not always look like drowning and often occurs without yelling or thrashing. In most cases, it is silent. Many child drownings occur with an adult within 25 yards. Riley Hospital for Children and the Indiana Child Fatality Review Team recommend the following to help keep children safe: 1. Be aware of your surroundings. Assume if there is any body of water present, it is a potential risk to a child. 2. Constant eyes-on adult supervision is the best way to prevent drowning fatalities. 3. Require children to wear properly fitted Personal Flotation Devices that are U.S. Coast Guard approved whenever near bodies of water. 4. Properly secure home swimming pools with a four-sided isolation fence, at least 5-feet high, equipped with a self-closing gate and self-latching lock. 5. When more than one adult is responsible (or present) for the supervision of children, there must be a verbal handoff when a change in care occurs.

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Is your attention inside or out? Commentary by Terry Anker Among the many choices required in life (coffee or tea; boxers or briefs; White Sox or Cubs) add to the list of those which help us define ourselves (and be defined by others) is the question at the gate before departing on an airline whether one wishes to be seated on the aisle or at a window. It is, like so many others, a simple and straight-forward question. Yet, in an instant it says so very much about how we see the world. Freud is attributed to have said that sometimes “a cigar is just a cigar” – that everything is not a metaphor is probably good advice. But, choices matter. And during these past few years, I’ve found myself at the counter confronted with the paradox. Do I take advantage of the view or prefer the relative comfort and access afforded by the aisle seat? Is there a type amongst us who eschews one for the other, or do we each, in time, enjoy the view at the expense of freedom – or loose the window to maintain quick

access to the aisle? In my own life, it seems, I too rarely enjoy the view. Days pass – then weeks, months and years – all with precious little attention to what’s happening just outside the window. My consideration is pulled to the artificial constant of life inside the plane. Do we know where we are or do we simply board at birth (or marriage – or career) and then fail to look outside until the plane lands and the journey has ended? Is what really matters going on inside or outside? It is our interaction with those around us that is paramount even as the world passes under our feet? Yet can we live a full life only noting the world inside of our tiny steel tubes?

Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current Publishing, LLC. You may e-mail him at terry@currentincarmel. com.

Is Hillary Clinton going to run for president? We earnestly believe that she will, and she purposely left her job as secretary of state to do a couple things on the road to victory. First, she’ll take on a little bit of plastic surgery. Now, we want to be clear here: This neither is a criticism, nor should that comment be misconstrued as sexist. We simply believe that running for office has become, and forevermore will be, all about image. Substance has been kicked to the curb, which easily is evidenced by the reelection of President Barack Obama. It just makes good business sense to ready your candidate, in this case Clinton, for office in the Image-ISEverything Age. She’ll then splash onto the scene, perhaps with a new book, but that’ll happen only after she gets the stain of Benghazi off her hands, so a trip to a dermatologist might be in order. Next, she’ll work the media - granted, an easy task - knowing full well it will genuflect, as always, to her, while remarking on how wonderful she looks and offering other insipidities. Then, shortly thereafter, she’ll announce her intent to pursue the presidency. She’ll inherit Obama’s fundraising apparatus and ground game, compliments of the deal brokered by her husband, former President Bill Clinton, in exchange for having thrown his support behind Obama’s reelection campaign. It should be terrific theatre, and you might wish to bet on Hillary winning, since we always can count on one thing: The Republicans will nominate their loser du jour, as they most always do, and proceed to run a campaign that could be bested by the average kid running for class president at a local high school. So, then, let us flash forward to Nov. 8, 2016: “Ladies and gentlemen, the 45th president of the United States of America, Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton.” Again, a third party, please? Brian Kelly, publisher, and Steve Greenberg, general manager, are co-owners of Current Publishing, LLC. Write them at info@ youarecurrent.com.

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Seriously seeking your input Commentary by Dan Domsic

It won’t be long before crowds come out to the annual Fishers Freedom Festival. It’s 25th iteration will be June 29 editors take and 30 at Roy G. Holland Memorial Park. The Saturday of the Freedom Festival is one that starts bright and early for anyone that has a business booth. Just a few weeks into the job, I set up shop on my lonesome and chatted with the officials as they meandered through, as well as folks that had compliments and criticisms for the paper. I want to make that experience a lot more worthwhile for readers and myself this year, and I am welcoming your input. With the festival a mere couple of weeks away, I would love to hear some ideas on what Current can offer you at its booth this year, besides a sounding board and a brief chat. I have a few ideas already stewing. One thing that I would like to do is have a brief survey asking what Fishers residents want to see from their first elected mayor. That would be used for a future story looking at those questions.

Of course, I’ll have a nice stack of back issues at my disposal to hand out if need be, and a nice stack of business cards will be at the ready. Our world has become notoriously fast-paced and busy. Everyone from the elementary school student to parents are known to be up to their eyeballs in activities, responsibilities and just things to do, so this time around I want to be all about maximizing everyone’s time and effort with the whole experience. I’m looking forward to talking with everyone at this year’s Fishers Freedom Festival. As the festival approaches, be on the lookout for further coverage on the event. If you’d like to submit a suggestion for this year’s Current business table, e-mail me at Dan@ youarecurrent.com. As always, join me for coffee hours at Hearthstone Coffee House & Pub from 3 to 5 p.m. on Mondays. Dan Domsic is the managing editor of Current in Fishers. You may contact him at dan@youarecurrent. com or follow him on twitter at @ FishersEditor

What happened to truth?

Commentary by John V. Accetturo

hazi where we were told by numerous elected and appointed officials that some obscure video One has to wonder what has happened to caused the attack. Next we were told that help truth. In years past, the truth took No. 1 posiwas not sent to the Americans under attack in tion in determining the integrity and honor of a Libya because the military wouldn’t know what person. Some would say that it was getting into. Subsequently, they changed OPINION lying can do more damage to its the story to say there was not enough time to victims than physical violence. It help. Then we had Secretary Hillary Clinton tells definitely seems that lying has become the norm us the “facts” or really the truth didn’t matter, in our society, especially with many politicians, because four people were dead. I can’t even republic servants, and government in general. How member all the lies that we have been told about did we get to this point? Benghazi. I believe that people just Now we add the InObviously liars are running amok don’t want to deal with ternal Revenue Service, in America and getting away with where again lie after lie the liars; therefore they it. Media commentators on all never challenge the lies or has been told to Congress sides are refusing to call the obvi- and the American people the liars. ous liars, liars. A good example came while the IRS infringed on in the work environment. the constitutional rights Employees would call in of political opponents of sick with the lamest excuses, and managers the president. Obviously liars are running amok just let it pass. Occasionally, an employee’s lame in America and getting away with it. Media comexcuse would be questioned, but management mentators on all sides are refusing to call the usually still just let it go. Unions got smart and obvious liars, liars. pushed for the consolidation of all leave into one Truth is the most powerful thing in the world category so employees would never have to be and sooner or later it does come out. Ignore it, challenged. refute it, run from it, however, you can’t change Then, we had President Bill Clinton tell the it. It would definitely be a better world if more American people he “did not have sex with that people told the “truth.” woman.” As we eventually found out, this one was a bigger Whopper than the one they sell at Burger King. However, despite impeachment, he is still beloved by a lot of people in our country. John Accetturro is a Carmel resident Some might say this is forgiveness while others and former member of the Carmel think that people just don’t care that he lied. City Council. You may e-mail him at Yes, lying has become the norm. Just look at accetturo4carmel@gmail.com. Washington during the past year. You have Beng-

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successfully suppressed the urge to mock him. Sadly, they have also called it quits and Doolittle is Ah, young love. And when I say “young,” I mean currently a free agent. I suppose that’s best as he heads into high school, where I don’t even want to “middle school.” We’ve had a year full of said love think about what real dating will mean. in our household. Let’s start with Our 11-year-old daughter is the complete oppohumor my soon-to-be freshman, heretosite. She basically jumped onto our kitchen table fore known as Doolittle. [This alias and proclaimed to all, “I have a boyfriend!” Name, is hilariously clever see, because I refer to my description, how they met, etc. This girl ain’t husband as Doo. So laugh!] shy. Did we want to meet him? Please, won’t we We actually had no idea Doolittle had a girlmeet him? Sweet mercy, friend (his first) until the child, chill out! And when lovebirds had broken up. We’ve learned from experience Our sixth-grade twins, that Doo can and will use a shot- my husband finally laid eyes on the poor boy (at who serve as our unpaid gun on unwanted house guests. the ice skating rink, of informants, let it spill course), he soon discovduring carpool one day. ered that he was going to have serious issues Apparently they had enjoyed a whole month of with anyone dating his girls, even a kid under couple status before our son felt it was time to 5-feet-tall with his blades. Future suitors of move on. “She” was devastated according to Mole Wilson daughters ... beware! We’ve learned from No. 1. When I asked about her, Doolittle became experience that Doo can and will use a shotgun defensive and said he didn’t want to talk about it. on unwanted house guests. Ooo-kay. Whatever. But that didn’t stop me from All kidding aside, it’s been sweet to see two locating the ex at one of the school’s athletic of our children take those first precarious steps events with the help of Mole No. 2. I’m not sure toward love, even if it’s just of the “young” variwhat I was expecting, but she was surprisingly ety. Peace out. cute and seemingly normal. Way to go Doolittle! A few weeks later, we learned that he was “dating” another girl, though he vehemently denied it. He did ask to stay late once to attend a volleyDanielle Wilson is a contributing columnist. You may e-mail her at ball game, which coincidentally “she” played in. “I danielle@currentincarmel.com. just want to support my school, Mom. I don’t even know who’s on the team!” Like a good parent, I

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I’m Richard, but who is she? Commentary by Dick Wolfsie

This is a humor column about a serious medical concern. Everything turned out fine, but this is my one chance to write funny humor stuff about my own lung biopsy. I hope. When I arrived at the hospital, I met Jill, the RN, and immediately asked her whether the doctor assigned to me was good at what he did. Jill confirmed he was “the best we have here.” I admire nurses for what they do, but I don’t think they are as forthcoming as waitresses. “How’s the tilapia tonight, Tina?” “Not so good—it’s a little fishy. The meatloaf special is awesome, though.” You don’t get this kind of honesty from your average nurse. “Is this Dr. Jones a good radiologist?” “He’s no Dr. Smith, but I’m sure everything will be OK.” Jill explained to me that after the procedure I would return to the recovery area and would not be allowed out of bed for any reason for two hours. “So, I am going to encourage you to go to the bathroom now,” she said. “How are you going to do that?” I asked. The nurse seemed confused by my attempt at being funny, but my wife became absolutely hysterical at this remark and there was even some talk of sedating her. Nerves, I guess. I wanted to know if I was the physician’s

first patient that morning, because the needle probe requires really good aim, and I was hoping he had a chance to warm up on someone else first. When I saw the doctor, he informed me that we’d be talking to each other during the biopsy, but I would have no memory of what I said. He promised me that in the very unlikely event I said something amusing (he apparently reads my column every week), he’d note it on my chart. During the four hours I was there, the staff constantly asked my name and date of birth, confirming that I was the right person getting the correct procedure, and also to see if the meds they had administered were affecting my ability to recall information. Sometimes the same people asked me this question over and over again, so I started to worry about their memories. Mary Ellen came back into the recovery room and sat by the bed after lunch. Jill came in and asked my name and date of birth for the 15th time. I responded appropriately, but then just to throw her off, I asked her who the strange woman was sitting next to me.

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

Fighting a losing battle

Commentary by Mike Redmond

We’ve reached another of the year’s milestones – June, the month where mowing the lawn changes from a pleasant humor springtime chore into an onerous summer task. Where, I ask, is it written that we are all supposed to live on well-manicured lawns? Who decreed that our yards should look like fairways? Since when did the length and density of bluegrass and fescue become a suitable topic for concern, and the attendant snippy notes, from the neighborhood association? I mean really: You let your grass get a teensy 3 or 4 inches taller than the prescribed 2¼-inch height and they jump all over you like you were harboring fugitives in your crawlspace or making moonshine in the garage. Which is just preposterous. I have a cellar, not a crawlspace. Anyway, I’ve been thinking over this whole cutting-the-grass business, and I’ve decided it is pretty much nonsense. For one thing, my lawn can hardly be described as grass. What I have is a test plot for every weed known to the central United States. Purdue could bring students here for Noxious Plant Identification Field Trials. If there is any bluegrass or fescue out there among the dandelions and nettles, I assure you it got there quite by accident. For another, it’s the sort of job that can only

be performed, never completed. As soon as you finish chopping things down to the appropriate height, they start growing again. What’s the point? It’s a fight you can’t win. Of course, this could probably be a little easier to take if I had a riding mower. I am, after all, a guy. Riding mowers speak to me. They say things about power and efficiency and power and making the other guys jealous and mostly about power. Problem is, I live in the city on a plot of ground that is roughly the size of your average farm garden, and it’s crowded with things like flower and vegetable beds. I couldn’t get a riding mower turned around in the space I have. I can barely do it with a power mower. Which, I might add, is a step up from what I used to have. And so I’m stuck with what I have: A scraggly lawn that needs cutting with a power mower I can’t stand so a neighborhood association doesn’t call the cops on me for reducing the property values. And I’ll comply, over and over again this summer, as the weeds continue their plot to take over my plot.

Mike Redmond is an author, journalist, humorist and speaker. Write him at mike@ mikeredmondonline. com or P.O. Box 44385, Indianapolis, IN 46244.

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THIS WEEK AACTFest – Carmel Repertory Theatre will host AACTFest 2013 June 17 – 23 at the Center for the Performing Arts. More than 7,000 CARMEL community theaters competed to participate in this national showcase, sponsored by the American Association of Community Theatre. Twelve award winning productions will be performed in the Tarkington Theatre on afternoons and evenings, and a stage design competition will be on display in the Tarkington upper lobby’s Knebel Room. A free openair concert on the green will be featured June 21 from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. For a complete schedule or to buy tickets, visit www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org.

(Left)Maria Rainer (Cara Statham Serber), center, teaches the von Trapp children the basics of music with “Do-Re-Mi” in Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre’s production of “The Sound of Music.” (Above) Lisel von Trapp (Hillary Smith) sings “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” with Rolf (Nicholas Jones). (Photos provided by Patricia Rettig)

Young talent showcased in ‘The Sound of Music’

By Patricia Rettig • editorial@youarecurrent.com Young talent from Hamilton County can now be found in Austria – or at least the fictional Austrian hills on stage at Beef theatre & Boards Dinner Theatre, 9301 N. Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, in the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic “The Sound of Music.” Stepping into the famous shoes of the von Trapp children are Hillary Smith of Carmel (as Liesl), Kennedy Martin of Westfield (as Louisa) and Madison Moll of Fishers (as Brigitta). Smith grew up in Carmel and graduated from Cathedral High School. She went on to graduate from Florida State University with a degree in musical theatre, and now is a performer based in New York City. She has been seen in other productions at Beef & Boards including “Church Basement Ladies” (Beverly), “Peter Pan” (Wendy), “Annie” (Tessie), and the Pyramid Players productions of “Cinderella” (Cinderella) and “Alice in Wonderland” (Alice). Martin, 16, attends Heritage Christian School. While this is her debut at Beef & Boards, she has performed extensively in regional theatre including the Carmel Repertory Theatre, Main Street Productions and Anderson Mainstage, and also has done some film and commercial work. Moll, 12, attends Hamilton Southeastern Ju-

Performing as three of the famous von Trapp children in “The Sound of Music” at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre are Madison Moll as Brigitta, from left, Hillary Smith as Liesl and Kennedy Martin as Louisa.

nior High School. She has performed at Beef & Boards previously as a Munchkin in “The Wizard of Oz” and in the children’s choir for “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” She also has performed in numerous other regional theatre productions at Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, Footlite Musicals and The Artists’ Studio. On stage through June 30, “The Sound of Music” tells the true story of a young woman whose free spirit and love of music leads her down a very different path than she’d planned after she is sent to serve as governess for the seven children. Her growing rapport with the youngsters, coupled with her generosity of spirit, gradually captures the heart of their stern father, a widowed naval Captain. But World War II is imminent, and their romance will be tested before they’ve been able to truly begin their new life together. Tickets range from $37.50 to $62.50 and include Chef Odell Ward’s family-friendly dinner buffet, fruit and salad bar, and select beverages. As Beef & Boards’ featured family show, “The Sound of Music” offers $10 discounts off tickets for all children ages 3 to 15. Discounts are also available for groups of 20 or more. For reservations, call the Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre Box Office at 872-9664 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday. For a complete show schedule, visit www.beefandboards.com

Fishers Summer Concert Series – June 18 marks the third performance in the Fishers Summer Concert Series at the Nickel FISHERS Plate District Amphitheater, 6 Municipal Dr. Endless Summer will perform from 7 to 9 p.m. Get there early for primo spots on the lawn, because the crowds form fast. Dave Matthews Band – The famous jam band will return to Klipsch Music Center, 12880 E. 146th St., for not one but NOBLESVILLE two shows on Friday and Saturday. Brandi Carlile will open for the summer staple and Grammy Award winning band. Cost is $53 for the lawn and $89.90 for pavilion seats. For more information, visit www.livenation.com.

Marketplace at Westfield – With the Westfield Farmers Market out of commission for the 2013 season, Ameriana Bank is opening its parking lot to vendors on Friday WESTFIELD evenings this summer at the corner of Ind. 32 and Carey Road. The market will operate from 5 to 8 p.m. Fridays now through Sept. 27. Admission is free and the marketplace will contain vendors that were scheduled for the Westfield Farmers Market. Polo match – The Hickory Hall Polo Club will host a Polo at Sunset event on June 21. Gates open at 5 p.m. and the match starts zionsVILLE at 6:15 p.m. Hickory Hall Polo Club is the only outdoor Polo Club in the state of Indiana, and 98 percent of the proceeds from its home matches benefit Indiana charities, including the June 21 match which will benefit the Little Red Door. Grab a picnic basket and join the fun at 7551 E. County Road 100-N, Whitestown.


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“Sweet Tooth Tuesday” at Carmel City Center • Ice cream social along with a lemonade stand, mini-cupcakes and cookies; glitter “tattoos” of a child’s choice. Enter a drawing to win a jelly gel bubble bath filled with toys. A portion of proceeds from lemonade sales benefit Best Buddies Organization • 101 City Center Dr., Carmel • 4 to 6 p.m. • Free • www.carmelcitycenter.com Beach Bash • Enjoy some fun in the sun at Noblesville’s annual Beach Bash with music and games. • 19777 Morse Park Ln., Noblesville • 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. • Free for first 200 guests • Contact Joe Robeson at 770-4400 • www.hamiltoncounty. in.gov/

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AACTFest 2013 National Festival • More than 7,000 community theaters across the country and U.S. Armed Services from abroad join hands to perform musicals, plays and popular pieces or those newly written. • The Center for the Performing Arts, 1 Center Green, Carmel • 1:15 and 7 p.m. today and tomorrow, June 20, 1:15 p.m. on Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22 • $15 • 843-3800 • www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org ‘Pan’s Labryinth’ • Relax with a thursday glass of wine and watch a free movie at Chateau Thomas Winery • 8235 E. 116th St., Suite 235, Fishers • 6 p.m. • Free • 849-9463 • www.chateauthomas.com Noblesville Summer Concert Series • Seth Bradley & The Personnel perform music inspired by popular artists Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Michael Jackson and Green Day. • Dillon Park, 701 Cicero Rd., Noblesville • 7 to 9 p.m. • 776-6350 • www.cityofnobllesville.org Swingin’ Under the Stars – A Free Concert! • The Actors Theatre of Indiana and the Swingtime Orchestra perform big band music at Carmel City Center. Listen to the likes of Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole under the stars. Please bring blankets and lawn chairs. • The outdoor patio of Hubbard & Cravens on the southwest corner of Range Line Road and City Center Drive. • 7 p.m. • 699-7983 • www.actorstheatreofindiana.org Marsh Symphony on the Prairie: ‘Classical Tales of Romance’ • The Symphony on the Prairie returns for its 32nd year with classic romance music. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets, chairs and picnic baskets. • 8 p.m. tonight and tomorrow, June 22. • $23 for adults; $12 for children. • 639-4300 • www. indianapolissymphonyorchestra.org

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Dave Matthews Band with Brandi Carlisle • This Grammy-award-winning rock band has sold more than 30 million albums and is most well-known for the hit, “Crash Into Me.” • Klipsch Music Center, 12880 E. 146th St., Noblesville • 7 p.m. today and tomorrow, June 22. • Tickets start at $53 (includes fees/taxes). • www.livenation.com Cool Creek Concert Series 2013 • Country/gospel band Cook and Belle performs. Guests are invited to bring picnic baskets, chairs and blankets. • Cool Creek Park and Nature Center, 2000 E. 151st St., Carmel • 7 to 10 p.m. • $5 for adults; children 12 and

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under free • Contact Joe Robeson with questions at 770-4407 • http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov Fridays After Dark Concert Series • Casual/acoustic music provided by regional artists. Guests may bring blankets, lawn chairs and food/beverages, or purchase food from a food truck at the event. • Nickel Plate District Amphitheater, 6 Municipal Dr., Fishers • 8 to 10 p.m. • E-mail questions to parks@ fishers.in • www.fishers.in.us/ Carmel Farmers Market • One saturday of the largest farmer’s markets in Indiana features more than 60 vendors, in addition to cooking demonstrations and music. Guests can also enjoy free parking. • 1 Center Green, Carmel • 8 to 11:30 a.m. every Saturday through Oct. 5 • 710-0162 • www.carmelfarmersmarket.com Fishers Farmers Market • An array of foods ranging from locally grown fruits and vegetables to honey, jams and hot breakfast items will be on display at the market’s new location at the Fishers amphitheater on the north side of Fishers Town Hall. • 1 Municipal Drive, Fishers • 8 a.m. to noon through Sept. 28 • Contact Carol Doehrman at 5780700 • www.fisherschamber.com Noblesville Farmers Market • The 22nd annual market will display its locally grown produce, in addition to baked goods, plants, flowers, arts and crafts. • Riverview Hospital overflow parking lot, SR 19 & SR 38, Noblesville • 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. through Oct. 12 • Free • 776-0205 • www.noblesvillemainstreet.org Zionsville Farmers Market • More than 35 vendors show a colorful display of breads, pastries, cheeses, as well as farm-fresh eggs, meat, fruits and vegetables; live music and special events. • The corner of Main and Hawthorne Streets, Zionsville • 8 to 11 a.m. through Sept. 28 • Free • farmersmarketzionsville@gmail.com • www.zionsvillefarmersmarket.org SoHo Street Fair • This free fundraiser for the Carmel Arts Council includes food trucks, artist booths and live music. • Mohawk Shopping Center, Range Line Road, Carmel • 4 to 8 p.m. • 844-4989 • www. carmelartscouncil.org Critter Showcase • Soft, furry llamas, alpacas, rabbits and a police canine demonstration welcome animal lovers; quench your thirst on a hot day with lemonade provided by the Girl Scouts • Sheridan Veterans Park, 1st and Main streets, Sheridan • 2 to 5 p.m. • Free

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Mudbugs Cajun Café The Scoop: The Big Easy is alive and well in Carmel. A taste of Cajun cooking at its finest awaits you as you enter the doors of Mudbugs Cajun Café. How about jambalaya? Check! How about dirty rice? Check! Po’ boy sandwiches? Big check! You’ll find all of this and so much more when you head to Mudbugs. You’ll also want to make certain that you leave just enough room to sample some of the beignets for dessert because they’re delicious. Don’t forget to check out the great sides and the Pick 3 Combo. Type of food: Cajun cuisine Price of entrees: $2.95 to $9.95 Specialty: Po’ boy sandwiches Food Recommendation: Jambalaya Wine Recommendation: Pino grigio Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday Location: 20 W. Main St., Carmel Phone: 843-8380 Website: www.mudbugscajuncafe.com

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Ingredients: 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds, 1/4 cup orange juice, 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, 2 tablespoons Montreal-style steak seasoning, 2 1/4 teaspoons lime juice, 1 1/2 teaspoons dried oregano and 1 1/2 pounds beef rib-eye steaks Directions: Put a small skillet over medium heat and place cumin seeds in it. Stir them constantly until they are dark brown and smell toasted, which should take about one minute. Immediately after this step, pour them into a bowl to stop them from continuing to cook. Mix them in with orange juice, vegetable oil, steak seasoning, lime juice and oregano in a bowl. Put the steaks in a large plastic bag that can be resealed, and then pour the orange juice marinade on the steaks. Squeeze the air out of the bag; seal it and turn it over multiple times to coat the steaks

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Nick Roudebush of Noblesville has been awarded the prestigious International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2013. Roudebush is a 2009 Wabash University graduate and is now a student at the University of Notre Dame. He is an instructor in the art department at Indiana Wesleyan University. The International Sculpture Center established the annual award program in 1994 to recognize young sculptors and to encourage their continued commitment to the field. It was also designed to draw attention to the sculpture programs of the participating universities, colleges and art schools. A distinguished panel selected 12 recipients and five honorable mentions through a competitive viewing process of the works submitted. The selection of the recipients from a large pool of applicants, including international students, is a great accomplishment and testament to the artistic promise of the students’ work. The 12 award recipients will participate in the Grounds For Sculpture’s Fall/Winter Exhibition, which will be on view from Oct. 18, through March 30, 2014, in Hamilton, N.J.

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ISO names new vice president – The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of Holly C. Johnson as vice president of development, effective July 8. As a member of the senior management team, Johnson will be responsible for the ISO’s overall fundraising initiatives. Johnson comes to the ISO from Indiana University Foundation, where she Johnson served as the director of Women’s Philanthropy since 2010. Before her promotion to director of Women’s Philanthropy,

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Johnson served as director of development, major gifts for the IU Foundation from 2008-2010. Johnson will be well versed in her leadership role in the ISO’s Development Department, as she began her fundraising career at the Indianapolis Symphony in 1999. “Holly’s fundraising experience, knowledge of classical music and passion for the ISO make her an ideal candidate to lead the ISO’s fundraising efforts,” said Gary Ginstling, CEO of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. “I am confident that Holly is the right person to help the ISO achieve its ambitious annual contributed revenue goals. It’s our pleasure to welcome her back to our organization in this new role.”

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with health providers and community partners. Most recently, Caponi stewarded a partnership between St.Vincent Health, Community Vincent C. Caponi, chief executive office of Health Network and six hospitals that are part of St.Vincent Health and Ascension Health Ministry the Suburban Health Organization to create the Market Leader for Indiana, will transition to new Accountable Care Consortium. roles as senior vice presiThrough his work with Ascension Health, the LEADERSHIP dent at Ascension Health nation’s largest Catholic and nonprofit Alliance and as health system, Caponi was named Ministry the executive Market Leader for Indiana in 2007 and for chairman of the board for St.Vincent the State of Wisconsin in 2011. Health effective July 1. In 2012, Caponi’s leadership contributed Since 1998, Caponi has developed to St.Vincent Health being identified in the the St.Vincent Health ministry to Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals: 15 Top a 22-hospital system, and one of Health Systems study as one of 15 best Indiana’s largest employers. He Caponi health systems in the nation. The faithoversaw the integration of eight based health system was the only one in critical access hospitals; St.Vincent Indiana and the Midwest to be honored in the Anderson Regional Hospital; St.Vincent Heart large health system group. Center of Indiana; St.Vincent Women’s Hospital; Ian Worden, chief operating officer for St.Vincent and a multi-specialty physician group into the Health, will serve as interim CEO. In addition, Micomprehensive health organization. In addition, chael H. Schatzlein, MD, president and CEO of Saint he added Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at Thomas Health in Nashville, Tenn., and Ascension St.Vincent; St.Vincent Fishers Hospital; St. Mary’s Health Ministry Market Leader for Tennessee, will Health System in Evansville; trauma services at assume Ministry Market Leader responsibilities for St.Vincent Indianapolis Hospital; multiple joint Indiana. ventures; hospital expansions; and affiliations news@currentinwestfield.com

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Question from Clara O. from West Clay: I saw two cars collide in a roundabout on my way home recently. I’ve never Insurance been in an accident and was wondering what I’m supposed to do if my luck runs out?         Response from Jamie Ianigro: I hope your lucky streak continues. An auto accident, no matter how minor, is a scary thing to experience. Your independent insurance agent should be able to provide you with a card to keep in your glove box of everything you need to do if an accident occurs. Here is what we recommend. 1. Take a deep breath and assess the situation. Get your vehicle and passengers out of further harm if the vehicle is still operable.  2. Make sure that no one in your vehicle requires immediate medical attention. Check the occupants of any other vehicle involved next. 3. Call the police. It doesn’t matter how minor the accident is. Having a police report filed will make your claim process much smoother. 4. Exchange insurance information and record the details. Make sure the other driver’s insurance is not out of date. Get their phone number, address, license plate number and the make and model of their

car to make filing your claim easier. 5. Pull out your camera phone and snap some pictures of your car from every angle and of any damage it now has. 6. Obtain a copy of the police report and call your independent agent to file a claim. Driving without insurance coverage in Indiana is illegal and a great way to end up with a suspended license or serious financial problems if you are involved in an accident. The starting point for insurance in Indiana is the required state minimum coverages.  The minimums are $25,000 per injured person, $50,000 per accident and $10,000 for property damage. The current cost of medical expenses and auto repair make it pretty easy to see that those amounts are not going to get you very far when it comes time to settle a claim. They also provide you zero protection from motorists that drive around without insurance or with the inadequate state minimum insurance. I recommend limits of $250,000 per injured person, $500,000 per accident and $100,000 for property damage with an endorsement to protect you from uninsured and underinsured motorists.

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Understanding follows empathy Commetnary by CJ McClanahan

experiences. Because everyone has a distinctive background, we all have a unique filter, and this ensures that most will look at the same set of A couple of years ago, my 7-year-old son and I facts from a slightly different viewpoint. were having a disIf you are interested in influencing someone MOVE THE NEEDLE cussion about the else, you need to first empathize with that person. amount of time he This comes naturally to some people – nurses, your spent watching TV and playing video games. pastor or maybe a family counselor. I argued that he needed to spend more time Unfortunately, the typical professional (especialplaying outside. Ian disagreed, and instead of ly me) struggles to imagine life from a perspective simply telling him to go outside, I put on my other than their own. Assuming you fall into this “coaching” hat and attempted to help him see category, here are some that he was incorrect. I created a spreadsheet If you are interested in influencing questions you should ask complete with graphs someone else, you need to first empa- yourself before engaging with somebody else you that clearly illustrated thize with that person. are hoping to influence. the disparity between TV/ What is their backvideo games and outside ground? What do you believe are they hoping to play. I was certain that Ian would understand achieve? Are they having a stressful day, week or the clear story being illustrated by the data. month? He looked at me like I had lost my mind. Even if you have no idea how to answer these In an attempt to influence, most people craft questions, this process will turn your attention an argument that makes complete sense in their away from what you want to accomplish and will own mind. And when the other person remains alter your entire approach to the conversation. unmoved, they claim, “I can’t understand why As with most things in life, the solution is they don’t get my point!” simple. All you need to do is execute. Human beings are a little selfish, and we assume that everyone processes information the CJ McClanahan is the founder and same way. president of reachmore, a leaderBut they don’t. ship training and consulting firm, and also the author of “Thrive.” To Everyone has a filter through which they contact CJ, or to find out more about process data. This filter is influenced by two reachmore, go to www.goreachspecific factors – genetic hard wiring and life more.com.

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Just a few miles from Agra’s Taj Mahal, built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, is a much less famous building erected by Akbar, his grandfather. That building and the emperor who designed it are symbols of human tolerance and understanding that deserve to be much better known. Akbar was the grandson of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire. He became ruler of a small region in northern India in 1555 at the age of 13 or 14. A few battles later, his empire included much of northern and central India. Although born into a strict Sunni Muslim family, Akbar became fascinated with the different religions of the people living in the lands he had conquered. He was particularly intrigued by a Sufi mystic named Salim Chishti. To honor Salim, Akbar built a magnificent walled city around Salim’s camp in the desert west of Agra. Fatehpur Sikri, begun in 1571, became Akbar’s capital. Fatehpur Sikri included a red sandstone building called “Diwan-i-Khas” or the “Hall of Private Audiences” where Akbar regularly met with intellectuals representing the many different religions of his empire. Akbar and his guests debated the truth of the claims of their respective religions.

From these debates, Akbar concluded that some religious claims were not true. But Akbar also came to believe that all religions reflect common truths. Among these common truths was the value of piety, prudence, abstinence and kindness. Akbar’s tolerance of other religions resulted in his abolition of many restrictions that earlier Mughal rulers had imposed on their nonMuslim subjects. The quest for truth and harmony at Fatehpur Sikri came to a halt after Akbar’s death in 1605. Later rulers rejected as heresy his view that all religions contain truths. The entire city was abandoned, probably because its location, far from the nearest river, made supplying adequate water impossible. But the dry desert air helped preserve Fatehpur Sikri and the square building where Akbar demonstrated religious tolerance. Both for that tolerance and his military skill, history has appended “the Great” to Akbar’s name. That appellation, rarely used since, awaits a successor. Don Knebel is a Zionsville resident who works for Barnes & Thornburg LLP. For the full column visit currentzionsville.com. You may contact him at news@currentzionsville.com

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Navigating conditional statements Commentary by Jordan Fischer Question: “In the following hypothetical example, is Dick considered a ‘trustee in trust,’ or only Sue? Example: grammar guy ‘I, Tom, give my antique tractor to my son Dick, if he survives me, and if not, then to my daughter Sue, as trustee in trust for my grandson Harry.’” (Phil Pegram) Answer: Thanks for writing in, Phil. I like this question a lot. We’ll get to have a logic and grammar lesson all in one. What we have here is called a “conditional sentence.” You see these in mathematics and computer programming a lot, the standard example being “if p, then q.” In English, the bulk of conditional sentences use an “if-then” structure: If p is true, then q is true. As you have probably noticed, conditional sentences are made up of two clauses: a dependent clause which lays out the condition, called the “protasis,” and a main clause, called the “apodosis,” which lays out the consequences if the former clause is true. You will never hear those words again outside of a grammar class, so feel free to just focus on the main and dependent clauses. Some conditional statements have multiple possible consequences depending upon the condition. These will often be “if-then-else” statements, as our example sentence today is. In an

“if-then-else” statement, there are two (or more) possible outcomes with each outcome being mutually exclusive of the other. For example: “If my car will start, then I will drive to work, else I will walk.” You cannot both drive and walk to work at the same time (unless you’re Fred Flintstone). In an “if-then-else” statement, one outcome invalidates another. Before we get to our initial question, it’s worth noting that “if not” and “else” are synonymous with one another, and are often used interchangeably. So now, let’s reorder our will a bit to make the clause clearer: “If my son Dick survives me, then I, Tom, give my antique tractor to him, else then to my daughter, Sue, as trustee in trust for my grandson Harry.” If Dick survives his father, then he gets the tractor, else Sue will hold it for her son, Harry. Sue is the only “trustee in trust” in this situation. Understanding conditional statements is very important to modern life: If I flip off this light switch, then the room will go dark. If I press my keyboard just so, then a grammar column will appear. If someone starts talking about the “protasis” and “apodosis,” I will call him a nerd. It’s just cause and effect. Jordan Fischer is a contributing columnist for Current Publishing. To ask Jordan a grammar question, write him at rjfische@gmail.com.

Expectations always matter Commentary by Mike Colaw

I don’t know whether you have ever been to New York City. If you have, spirituality you know there are really only three ways to get around: walking, subway or taxi. I heard a story the other day about a gentleman who hailed a ride out of the long line of yellow taxis that you only see in the large cities. As he hopped in the car and put his seatbelt on the car was rear-ended by another taxi. To his amazement, the driver didn’t seem to care at all. The driver behind them didn’t engage either. He put the car in drive and they left, like nothing happened. The expectations of these drivers are so different than in Fishers. We call that a hit-and-run and it can cause serious trouble. Not in New York. That’s called “normal traffic.” In our suburban utopia you can get in a car wreck that’s no more intense than a kiddie roller coaster ride and inevitably law suits and endless doctor visits are sure to follow. In New York, a little whiplash goes with your morning coffee on the way to work. Expectations matter. This is true in marriage, our jobs, with our children, even in our churches. This is true on the leadership side, too. We want church attenders who never complain, volunteers in every ministry and congregants who love it when someone new takes their seat. Somewhere

in the middle of what “ought” to be and what truly is, we find miserable, grumpy Christians. This is also true in how we approach God. Thanks to the landslide of health, wealth and prosperity preaching over the last decade, we have an army of Christians who think their physical and financial condition directly results from their having enough faith or being “right with God.” Yes, because all the disciples lived long healthy lives with lots of money and land. (Where is that sarcasm punctuation mark again?) I think something needs to change. 2 Peter 1:5-7, “For this very reason, make every effort to supplement your faith with virtue, and virtue with knowledge, and knowledge with selfcontrol, and self-control with steadfastness, and steadfastness with godliness, and godliness with brotherly affection, and brotherly affection with love.” Peter calls Christians to “make every effort” to increase in these attributes. I don’t know about you, but growing my self-control, steadfastness and godliness along with all these other attributes takes work and a little, if not a lot, of jostling in life. Life isn’t about your comfort; it’s about being conformed to the heart of Christ. Expectations matter. Mike Colaw is the director of ministries at Trinity Church. You may email him at justthink@ luke117.com. Visit his Web sites www.trinitywesleyan.com or www. luke117.com

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For many reasons, concrete patios and decks seem to have the unfortunate reputation of being outdated. It’s time to OUTdoors expand our biased vision. We love using all sorts of materials and often let the budget, style of the home and neighborhood vibe encourage the material selection. Done correctly, concrete patios and decks can look incredibly relevant. This stunning project is a bright testimony. The tired, treated pine decking was in anxious need of updating and now nicely reflects the homeowners’ gift of modern decorating and active lifestyle. Azek, a low maintenance deck material, in classic brownstone color was selected for the flooring with a stunning white contrast for the step risers and handrail. Hidden fasteners were used that cause the decking to resemble a clean piece of furniture, void of screws that can interrupt a clean view. While composite decking material has been a popular choice for homeowners, we have discovered that many composites do not perform well and are prone to extreme fading and algae issues. Which is precisely the reason we were moving away from wood. After research and experience, we have landed with a few low maintenance deck materials that are standing up well to our brutal, mid-west four seasons of abuse coupled with a few other nasty visitors…

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Dark plastic decking with a white railing makes this deck feel more like a custom piece of furniture than a dated outdoor space. (Submitted photo) acid rain and pollution. Azek decking is 100-percent plastic, a “new generation” of low maintenance deck material that is scratch, fade and stain resistant. Important attributes for busy families. Black aluminum decorative spindles give way to full view of the lake and beautiful surrounds, smartly landscaped (not our design or installation) for just the right volume of privacy and intrigue.

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