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It is our position that complacency about personal safety is a dangerous attitude, particularly in adolescents and young adults. Headlines, concerning a missing IU student, remind us that safety should not be taken for granted. We need to remind our children to be vigilant. Parents might ask their children questions like “Is it wise to walk streets alone in the middle of the night?” and “Is it wise to trust people you have only just met?” and “How might drugs and alcohol affect your judgment?” While children are young, we are by their sides, guiding and protecting them. As they grow older and more independent, we must give them the tools to make wise decisions for themselves. What should they know? Sad, but true, no one is truly safe anywhere at any time. The National Institute of Justice reported that one in four college women are raped during their college years. The majority knew their abuser and the majority of abuse took place in the victims’ residences. Just as we teach our children to “buckle up” for safety, we need to take advantage of teachable moments to remind them about other dangers. A cautious attitude could prevent another missing person headline.

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It is our position that the debt ceiling periodically adjusted upward to account for the lack of fiscal discipline by our Washington bureaucrats is a toothless tiger. All expenditures by the federal government are authorized by Congress. This is the same congress that now debates the wisdom of raising the debt ceiling to appropriately recognize the reality of their over spending. We believe that the “debt ceiling” is no more or less than a negative balance record that need not be given the doomsday importance that it now receives. Once appropriated, funds are available to be spent regardless of the “check book” balance. So long as there are those who are willing to loan money to the USA it is reasonable to expect that politicians interested in pandering to special interests with expectation of support for their reelection will continue to spend money that is not now available or likely to be available in the future. Unfortunately, as every undisciplined credit card holder should understand there comes a day when creditors will no longer finance the bad behavior of deficit spending. If our representatives now understand the importance of balancing that “check book” they need to concentrate on defunding those programs that are wasteful, ineffective or overly burdensome.

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Every week, we will print a portion of the U.S. Constitution, followed by a portion of the Indiana Constitution. We encourage you to benchmark government policies against these bedrock documents. Today: the Indiana Constitution. Section 12. Substitution of Judges. The General Assembly may provide, by law, that the Judge of one circuit may hold the Courts of another circuit, in cases of necessity or convenience; and in case of temporary inability of any Judge, from sickness or other cause, to hold the Courts in his circuit, provision may be made, by law, for holding such courts. (History: As Amended November 3, 1970).

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FROM THE BACKSHOP Volunteerism: The glue that binds First, we had the Fishers Freedom Festival, and then CarmelFest, Noblesville Fourth of July and Westfield Rocks the 4th. Has anybody recovered yet? Is anybody still struggling to regain his or her footing after a glorious (and steamy) Independence Day celebration? We’re certain many of the volunteers are. They worked their tails off during the celebrations, and most had been toiling – often at the expense of personal income for many – for months prior. It’s that can-do spirit, frankly, that moves us and truly defines a community. From the service organizations in Fishers and Westfield to the Noblesville single mom (who paid for a babysitter so she could work for her community’s event), the effort was as stirring as all the fireworks. In particular, the Trash Troopers at CarmelFest – all those folks dressed in camouflage from head to toe – drew our admiration for taking on the stinkiest, stickiest, nastiest, sweatiest job and doing so with smiles. No doubt, volunteerism is alive and well in Hamilton County, and those who participated should be commended for jobs well done. Those folks, more than anything or anyone else, made our events spectacular successes. •••

Brian Kelly & Steve Greenberg Photo albums. Remember those from the pre-digital era? Well, we’re hoping you’ll agree to comb through yours to isolate “back in the day” shots from our community. Ideally, we’d like to know “what was here before and what’s here now.” We’re seeking to present an enrichment opportunity for the next generation and also to rekindle thoughts of days long gone. Should you be able to send us a digitized image, you may do so at info@ youarecurrent.com. If you would like to loan us an original, we will scan it immediately and return it to you. We had published some historic photos previously, but that opportunity ran its course. We believe you have hidden gems in those old albums, and we’d appreciate the opportunity to credit you for sharing them with your fellow readers.

City protecting itself in Positron deal? COMMENTARY By Kevin Kane We first reported on the city’s memorandum of understanding with Positron a few weeks ago, but there’s a lot more to this MOU, we’ve learned. The Common Council could vote tonight on a second MOU with Positron that deals with the incentive package the company would receive. But, perhaps because of rumors and allegations about Positron on the Internet, Council President Mark Boice said the council is taking steps to protect the city. The deal looks like a home run just looking at the city’s press release from June. The release says that Positron, a molecular imaging company, has agreed to relocate its headquarters, research and development, and manufacturing facilities to Noblesville, where it plans to build the largest privately owned cyclotron in the nation. The company is proposing to invest more than $55 million for the creation of these facilities and create 84 jobs within five years, most of which would be high-paying. Positron’s move hinges on the council’s approval of the aforementioned incentive package. A tax increment financing district could be created around Positron’s future location with much of the TIF dollars generated – millions, I’m told – going back to Positron. The incentive is quite lucrative, but the ru-

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mors raise some questions. Again, these are rumors and may be false, but there are allegations (albeit on blogs and message boards) of “pumping and dumping” its penny stock and past runins with the Security Exchange Commission for insider trading, among others. The council knows more about these allegations and rumors than I do, and Boice said he and the other council members are looking into them. Still, it sounds as if the MOU for the incentive package could be approved tonight because, as Boice put it, the council will merely be voting to approve the concept of this deal. “We’re not giving them any money right now,” he said. Boice said, according to the deal, there are many prerequisites that must be met before Positron receives any money and the city can back out of the deal at any time. It appears that the council has taken into account the rumors circulating about Positron while crafting this deal. As he said, if a cyclotron is built in Noblesville and is operated by a reputable company, this will be huge for the city. Hopefully that ends up being the case. Kevin Kane is the managing editor of Current in Noblesville. You can reach him via e-mail at Kevin@ currentnoblesville.com.

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DISPATCHES » Businesswomen welcome – Premier Women’s Network welcomes all women in business and career-seekers. Next meeting is July 14th, 4 to 6 p.m. at O’Charley’s, 11655 Fishers Corner Blvd., Fishers. Call Cheryl Friar for more information at 260-747-5202. » Calling all truck buffs – Hamilton Town Center will host Touch-A-Truck July 16 from 11 a.m.to 2 p.m. Touch-A-Truck is designed to provide a fun learning opportunity for the whole family. Attendees will have the chance to sit behind the steering wheel of a fire engine, climb aboard a bus and see a recycling truck up close. Hamilton Town Center also is hoping to have farm equipment, additional emergency response vehicles and much more on-site for a well-rounded experience for the families in attendance. Those interested in showcasing a vehicle should contact Tiffany Cring at 214-6958. All types of vehicles are welcome and encouraged to exhibit.  » Common Council meeting – The Common Council is scheduled to meet Tuesday night, 7 p.m. at the City Hall council chambers, 16 S. 10th Street. For more information, visit www.cityofnoblesville.org.

The end to a girl’s best friend COMMENTARY By Danielle WIlson A sorrowful goodbye all began in the restroom at work when I splashed water on my shirt. I assumed; the spot would evaporate from my favorite shirt in a few minutes. So, I head back to my-classroom yes, I’m a teacher, but my school is at an undisclosed location in Indianapolis; so, there’s no need to fret about the liberal damage I’m inflicting upon your children. Later that day, I went to the office to chat about a student with our secretary and guidance counselor; however, the conversation quickly turned to me and my water-splashed shirt. I wasn’t concerned they noticed my bathroom sink mishap until I looked down. The small spot had grown into a large circle just below my bust line. Slightly embarrassed, but amongst women, I add “Sure takes me back to my breastfeeding days!” We laughed and shared stories of lactation leaks and moms who took breast feeding a little too far. Like the woman who nursed for six years, with the same kid. I can’t decide whether I should be amazed or appalled. Now I’m off topic. Another time, another article. Let’s get back to me and my wet shirt. Once I return to my desk, I take a quick peak and confirm my suspicion: My beloved water bra of 11 years has finally thrown in the towel. Each strap has been relying on safety pins for some time, but the cups have maintained the

» Book sale – The Friends of Hamilton East Public Library will once again host their annual book sale at the Noblesville Library. The event will begin on Thursday with a “Friends Only” preview sale from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The sale will open to the public on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and conclude on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. with a bag sale offering all the books you can fit in a bag for one low price. This year’s sale promises not only a huge inventory of books, but CD’s, movies and more – all priced between 10 cents and $1. » Job fair – Due to the success of last November’s Hamilton County Job Fair, Mayor John Ditslear will host a second job fair this fall on Tuesday, October 4 at the Hamilton County 4-H Exhibition Center (2003 E. Pleasant Street in Noblesville). More than 1,300 people attended last year’s job fair from 21 different Indiana counties. Many of the community partners who assisted with last November’s fair have already committed to assisting with the second. Employers who are looking to hire who would like to exhibit at the job fair are invited to call the Noblesville Economic Development Department at 776-6345 for additional information. 

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natural and slightly larger shape, that called to me like a siren over a decade ago. Now, my most flattering accessory was seeping an oily liquid and staining one of my all-time favorite shirts. My next thought, damage control. I look at my two summer school students, a boy and a girl. I’m not concerned about the 16-year-old girl, she’ll understand. However, the boy could present a very awkward challenge. Luckily, he is engrossed in his algebra. Thank God for the relative lack of observation skills in young men. I immediately slipped on my trusty cardigan and situated a couple of Kleenex in key locations to lessen the flow of old gelatinous fakeboob substance. Momentary crisis averted, now what about the loss of this dear friend? How will I replace her? Can she really be replaced? I think not. There’s a new Victoria’s Secret bra that gives nice padding for us A-cuppers, but it’s not the same. We’ve been through a lot together, my bra and I . . . weddings, Colts games, a funeral or two. She’s not just an article of clothing, but a holder of memories. Today I will throw her away. So I look down, mutter a heartfelt farewell and will myself not to cry. Peace out. Danielle Wilson is a Carmel resident and contributing columnist. You may e-mail her at danielle@ currentincarmel.com.

Brothers David (near) and Michael Bott raised money for Riley Children’s Hospital on July 3. Submitted photo

Brothers raise money for Riley Current in Noblesville David and Michael Bott did more than celebrate Independence Day during the Fourth of July holiday weekend. They took time to give back. The brothers, ages 16 and 11 respectively, participated in National July 4 Stand Day and sold donated baked goods and lemonade at the Walmart in Noblesville on July 3. Proceeds from the day’s sales went to Riley Children’s Hospital of Indianapolis, a recipient chosen by the boys. The two sold cupcakes donated by Classic Cakes of Carmel for more than four hours, raising $169.51.

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Grounded in the earth COMMENTARY By Krista Bocko When my old house was on the Historic Home Tour several years ago, I had one of those “light bulb moments.” It was the first time I met fellow Current columnist, Holly Lindzy, as she traipsed through my yard taking pictures and then came up to me and asked, “are you the gardener?” I looked back at her blankly, thinking “am I the what?” Then I guess I mumbled, “Yes, I was the gardener.” Thanks to Holly’s confidence in my humble little garden and the fact I could clearly see I was actually growing things, I’ve known I’m a gardener. I love having my hands in the dirt, turning the soil, sticking in plants and seeds and seeing what happens. I love my flowers and how my flowerbeds around my house are a sea of wildflowers—white Shasta daisies and purple coneflowers, that divide and spread with no effort from me. I’m also growing fruits and vegetables, and it’s such a thrill for me and my children to go pick some tomatoes— organic of course—right from outside our back door. More and more people, it seems, are forgoing the grass, making gardens and

growing some of their own food on their urban or suburban land. I’ve always preferred gardens to grass. A couple of months ago I was at a party and met two fascinating women who have transformed five vacant city lots on the near east side of Indy into a certified wildlife habitat, orchard, and organic heirloom gardens, complete with native plants and installation art. I can’t wait to visit. A couple weeks ago I was at another party at my friend Linda’s house. Her backyard is gorgeous and inspiring, from the fairy swing hanging from the maple to a brick patio made with reclaimed bricks from her sidewalk that was replaced for a large vegetable garden and flowers throughout the winding paths. All of this makes me want to go get grounded in the earth, to plant more, to be the caretaker of something that is beautiful and thriving. It’s good for the earth and good for the soul.

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Corbett lays out campaign platform improvements to their Current in Noblesville respective downtowns, Mike Corbett believes he said Noblesville’s has it’s time for new faces, with been largely ignored. new ideas, running the city He said the city has of Noblesville. been receiving numerous Current in Noblesville awards and recognition first reported on currentin recent years by “coastnoblesville.com June 30 ing on its good reputathat Corbett would chaltion,” but he said steps lenge Mayor John Ditslear need to be taken to enas an independent in Nosure this good reputation vember’s general election. CorBett remains intact. He officially kicked off his “We’re enjoying the fruits of the people who campaign last Tuesday with a small press conferworked here 20 years ence open to media and friends only. ago,” he said. The owner, editor and publisher of Hamilton County Business Magazine essentially said he’s running because he believes the strategy and style of the city’s current leadership isn’t working. “I think (Ditslear) has shown us what he can do,” Corbett said. “I hope we can do better in the next four years than we have in the last eight years.” Gutter Cleaning & repair Caulk around tub Corbett said he is focused primarily on imDry Wall repair Repair trim Fix cabinet hinges Clean & repair deck proving economic development in the city and Change smoke detector batteries Painting eliminating what he called “an exclusionary Hang mirror Change light bulbs Install ceiling fan atmosphere of city hall” he claimed allows only Install tile opinions that are consistent with those of the current administration. “We think that’s bad for the city,” he said. “It does not encourage a diversity of opinions.” Regarding economic development, Corbett said he believes the city’s Corporate Campus was a smart investment but not enough is being done to fill it. He said the city should hire a director of economic development – a position that has not been filled for two years – to help recruit more businesses to the Campus. “When times get tough, you don’t fire your sales manager,” he said. Other key issues for the candidate include a better implementation of the city’s strategic plan and an increased investment in the city’s downtown. Corbett said that Noblesville’s historic downtown is the envy of other communities in the area, but he added that while these competing communities have made

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Emerald ash borers take county trees by storm COMMENTARY By Ashley Mulis I know what you are thinking: What is the deal with all of the dead trees this spring? Now that the trees have produced leaves, it has become pretty obvious the dreaded emerald ash borer we have been hearing about for five years has started to take a major toll in Carmel. For those who have not heard the emerald ash borer (EAB) story, here’s a short recap: This bug is actually an exotic beetle that was first detected near Detroit in 2002. It is believed that the pest arrived in packing material from ships or airplanes with freight originating in Asia. The adult beetles eat leaves; but it is the larvae that cause

the big problem by tunneling under the tree bark, essentially cutting off the ash tree’s ability to transport water and nutrients. Emerald ash borers were found in Indiana in 2004, and have slowly made their way into Canada and 14 other states. The insect is responsible for the death of millions of ash trees, costing homeowners, municipalities and states a great deal of money and heartache. Ash trees are not only native to a large part of our country, but are one of the faster growing hardwood trees, making them a favorite among landscape architects and city foresters. Plus, ash trees have played a big part in the Great American Pastime -- baseball. If you’ve every played, you have likely swung a bat made from the wood of an ash tree. So now what do we do? Unless you are willing to chemically treat your ash tree for the foreseeable future, the undeniable truth is that this insect is here to stay and we are in for huge environmental losses. We are left with the task of replacing that huge loss of tree canopy. As they say, there is no time like the present. Start planting new trees in the landscape. There are many wonderful native species you can replace ash trees with, such as oaks, bald cypress, tulip poplar and sweetgum. Non-native species are sterile in the environment, and some have even become invasive, displacing our native plants trees and the birds and animals that depend on them. Native trees support native species. It makes perfect sense doesn’t it? So while we are mourning the loss of our ash trees, we need to get to work on planting a new source of shade and beauty for our fair city. For more information, visit the Indiana Urban Forest Council website at http://iufc.org/ to locate a more complete list of recommended tree species. Ashley Mulis is the executive director of the Indiana Urban Forest Council.

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The fear of foot-in-mouth footage COMMENTARY By Brenda Alexander Most of us squirm when we witness someone inserting foot in mouth because, at some point in our lives, each of us has partaken in this odd form of self-destruction. Luckily, the only parts of us destroyed by social faux pas are our mostly over-inflated egos. So, the damage caused by violating social norms is usually of short duration. What deflates can usually be inflated with enough hot air. But an unintentional side effect of our technological era is the scope of the audience for our flubs. Because cameras are now ubiquitous, the things we say or do that make others squirm are permanent. And they are captured in a forwardable format! Imagine the ego deflation in the room when an Australian TV host recently tried to tell the Dalai Lama a joke during an interview. He began with the classic, “So the Dalai Lama walks into a pizza shop,” and ended with the Dalai Lama asking them if they could “make him one with everything.” Ba-dum-dum! But the joke fell flat. Looking confused, the spiritual leader of Tibet leaned forward, gamely attempting to understand what he was being asked. I’m quite certain the reporter instantly wished he had not tried this. If you look closely, you can tell whether or not he needs a pedicure. Imagine if your most embarrassing moments

were there, on Facebook, for everyone to see for all eternity. Could such an ego-deflating future make for a better world? Will we see each other as the flawed yet loveable people we are? Will exposure of the superficial bring about enlightenment of the soul? Have you figured out that I’m concerned that someone out there may have footage of me chewing on aforementioned appendage? And have you ever wondered why film is called footage? There are some serious social repercussions when everything we do is available to be used against us indefinitely. Who will run for office when subjected to such scrutiny? Just look at what Representative Anthony Weiner brought upon himself. On a more mundane level, there are now companies that perform electronic background checks for potential employers. Everything you have ever said or posted via the Internet is now part of your employment record. Forever. Does that have a chilling effect on your free speech? Here’s to hoping you can keep your feet firmly planted in your shoes. Brenda Alexander is a freelance writer and resident of Noblesville. You can contact her at AlexanderInk@ comcast.net.

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SCORE is a largely untapped resource for aspiring business owners in Hamilton County By Kevin Kane Current in Noblesville Detlef Rathmann’s schedule is not quite as full as it could be. The Noblesville resident spends his retirement involved in a number of volunteer efforts benefitting the community, but there’s one particular type of volunteer work for which he wouldn’t mind bolstering his workload. Rathmann is the chairman of Indianapolis Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), which has branches in Noblesville, Greenwood, Avon and Lafayette. SCORE is a national, government-funded program makes available to aspiring and current small-business owners with free advice and support from thousands of experienced, successful businesspeople. The expert help is available to anyone without any obligations, yet too often Rathmann’s schedule contains no appointments for consultation. On a national level, SCORE has been very successful since its creation more than 40 years ago. In 2010 alone, SCORE clients started a total of 58,637 businesses, created 71,449 jobs, and saved 17,629 existing jobs. SCORE mentored and trained 590,550 people last year through more than 1.2 million volunteer hours, and the new and existing businesses receiving this help generated $19.4 billion in revenue. The county’s branch in Noblesville, however, is still in its first year of operation and isn’t fully utilized. “I think people could take much more advantage of what SCORE offers,” Rathmann said. “There’s a belief out there of ‘All I have to do is start a business and the money’s just there for me.’

That’s totally untrue.” Those who do utilize SCORE’s consultants, however, receive one-on-one, confidential advice regardless of where they are in the process of starting or running a business. Many of the people receiving consultation come in to simply get feedback on loosely defined business ideas. However, the business owners who are working to get their existing companies off the ground can receive advice from experts in the areas in which they need the most assistance. There are 10 counselors at the Noblesville branch, each with unique backgrounds. But if a client needs additional help in a certain aspect of business ownership, such as franchising or public relations the Noblesville office can tap into the pool of dozens of counselors from the rest of the area.

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Yet Rathmann said the majority of SCORE’s clients never become business owners. Many times, he said, people come to SCORE to “bounce a few ideas around” with the counselors and find they aren’t prepared for business ownership and/or underestimated the work involved. “Business owners have to wear a lot of hats, but sometimes people don’t like all of those hats,” Rathmann said. “Someone

no plan, no problem Indianapolis SCORE Chairman Detlef Rathmann said most SCORE clients do not have a business plan and only have loosely defined ideas for a business. But that’s OK. Rathmann said SCORE counselors can help no matter where a person is in the process of creating a business.

may be great at making cakes but they want anything to do with sales.” While many clients decide against entrepreneurship, Rathmann said SCORE helps the community in these situations, too, as it often keeps people from starting a business and failing because they lacked proper preparation and planning. Other local entities also see SCORE’s value to the community. The city of Noblesville requires all new and existing business owners applying to the city’s Loan Guaranty Program to first consult with SCORE at least once. Additionally, the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce encourages its small-business owners to take advantage of this free service. “SCORE has had a very positive impact in Noblesville and Hamilton County,” said Chamber President Sharon McMahon. “Today, more than ever due to current economic conditions, more people are researching owning their own businesses or looking for ways to increase their current business. SCORE’s counselors provide many years of experience and knowledge to assist current and prospective entrepreneurs.” Rathmann said he hopes, in time, the many aspiring entrepreneurs in the area will come to the new Noblesville branch more frequently and see what SCORE can do for them. “We can breathe life into your business and we can be there for the life of your business if you want us to be,” he said.

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DISPATCHES » Embrace the rosé – Rosé is often associated with bad wedding receptions and avoided by men for its color. But rosé can be a delightful staple during the summer. Rosés are so varied it’s difficult to generalize what food matches best. That said, it’s a quintessential summer drink, so anything you’d eat at a summer picnic—grilled seafood, salads, and olives just to name a few—would likely go well with a glass of pink. Just remember, keep rosé chilled. It’s supposed to be refreshing, after all. -www.wsj.com » Center reaches milestone – The Center for the Performing Arts closed its 2010-11 season with its final concert June 22. Final box office sales are now totaled and the inaugural season grossed $1,665,000. Of the 24 performances in the inaugural season, the Center sold 34,467 tickets, equaling 96 percent of the hall’s seating inventory. The abbreviated season launched on January 29 and spanned five series: classics, songbook, jazz, country, and dance.

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» July gardening tips – 1. Yellow or undersize foliage on your trees indicates a lack of nourishment. Feed them regularly, but don’t overdo it. 2. If you have any houseplants sitting directly in the window, make sure the light is filtered or the plant is moved to a site out of direct sunlight. The windowpane intensifies the heat, and you don’t want to scorch your plants. 3. Fertilize your houseplants frequently to ensure vigorous growth. -www.almanac.com » Don’t post plans – It may seem fun to brag about your upcoming trip to friends and acquaintances on social networks, but you should resist the temptation to call too much attention to the fact that you’re leaving behind an empty, unattended apartment or house for weeks at a time. “Burglars have already begun to turn to Facebook and Twitter to find homes that may be vacant during a holiday absence, so don’t make their job any easier for them by giving them your travel itinerary,” Internet security firm Webroot said. -www.technewsdaily.com

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Celebrating 20 years of enjoyable escapes COMMENTARY By Lindsay Labas Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) is one of the nation’s pioneer and model agencies in the field of parks and recreation. CCPR was established 20 years ago, in August 1991, and has steadily grown into an organization that far exceeds the community’s expectations. The goals of the department have been and continue to be providing enriching, enjoyable escapes through recreation, fitness, and nature, as well as acquiring, preserving, and maintaining open lands and parks. The department has grown immensely in the past 20 years. In 1991, CCPR maintained only a few parks and greenways. It did not have a facility to host our recreation programs or a place to meet the community’s needs. After 20 years of rapid growth, we now maintain 15 parks and greenways throughout Carmel and Clay Township, two of which are currently “Wildlife Friendly” certified through the Indiana Wildlife Federation, and the Monon Community Center, home to a fitness center, indoor aquatics, water park, three-court gymnasium, KidZone (childcare), and program and meeting rooms. August will be an exciting time for us as we begin our 20th anniversary celebration. Exactly 20 years from inception, we will hold a tree planting ceremony at the grand opening of Founder’s Park hosted by the Carmel Clay Board of Parks and Recreation. On October 20,

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Travel The Big Apple without big costs TRAVEL By Tracy Line The glamour and lights of New York City attract over 50 million visitors who are by magnetized to the city’s destinations. However, the vacation spot can drain your pockets in a New York minute. But, you don’t have to leave the big city broke. Take advantage of free sightseeing and events. Museums. Visit the Museum of Modern Art on Friday from 4-8 p.m. and you’ll get in for free. On Saturdays, visit the Guggenheim, which has “pay as you wish” hours from 5:45-7:45 p.m. The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s admission is a suggested price of $20, but pay what you can afford. Activities. On Wednesdays, the Bronx Zoo offers admission by donation. The Staten Island Ferry is free to those on foot, and it has outstanding views of the Statue of Liberty. Buy theater tickets up to 50 percent off at TKTS, call 212-912-9770 for information. You can also watch a free taping of Dr. Oz or Martha Stewart; visit www.freeinnyc.net/category/tv for details. Baseball. Treat the family to a Yankees game for as low as $5 a seat, a listing of specials is available at www.Yankees.com. The Brooklyn Cyclones (www.brooklyncyclones.com) offer

a Wednesday pay-one-price pack for $75. The pacakge includes four seats, four dinner vouchers, parking and more. Parks. Take a free stroll through Central Park for breathtaking scenery, entertainment and people watching. The High Line Park in Manhattan, built on a rail structure showcases art, gardens and great city views. Food/Drink. The Rodeo Bar (375 3rd Ave.) offers free bar food weekdays during happy hour. The Mark Bar in Brooklyn offers free cold cuts and pizza weekdays at 6 p.m. If it’s a Wednesday, mosey down to the Three Sheets Saloon (134 W 3rd St.) for dollar beers.

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July 15 Beef & Boards: Church Basement Ladies 2 Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre 9301 N. Michigan Rd., Indianapolis Ticket information is available online at http:// www.beefandboards.com/, or by calling 317-872-9664. They’re servin’ it up again! This time around, the year is 1969 and the world is a changin’. Return to the basement for heartwarming humor and hilarious antics. From the elderly matriarch of the kitchen to the young mom-to-be, these wonderful women find strength in each other as they deal with the joys and upheavals from below the “House of God!”

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July 16 Fishers Summer Concert Series: Dave & Rae Fishers Town Hall, 1 Municipal Drive, Fishers. Join Fishers Parks and Recreation Tuesday evenings in July for a free outdoor concert series. Bring a picnic, lawn chairs, or blankets to enjoy Living Proof, a fun seven-piece, R&B band. No scooters, skateboards, rollerblades or bicycles allowed. Bring an office supply to support Janus Developmental Services. Visit www.fishers.in.us/ parks for the season schedule.

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DISPATCHES » Experts: Eating late is OK – Eating dinner later in the evening is not bad, nor does it necessarily cause people to gain weight, writes registered dietitian Manuel Villacorta, a spokesman for the American Dietetic Association. He writes that if a late meal is the only one during the day, however, it can lead to overeating, and he recommends that people get 70 percent of their daily calories before a nightly dinner. -www.foxnews.com » Health myth busted – It’s often warned sitting too close to a television screen will ruin one’s eyes. When TV’s first became popular in the 1950s, they emitted 100,000 times more radiation than they do today. So parents may have been smart to keep their kids away from the tube back then. But sitting too close to a modern set or computer screen won’t do any permanent damage to your eyes. The fuzzy vision and headaches that follow a long day at the office are symptoms of eyestrain—a temporary condition no different from the soreness you feel after a workout. Relieve the aching with a light massage around your eyes. -www.shine.yahoo.com

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» Stevia sweetener gets approval – EU members approved the use of stevia-derived sweetener in certain foods, and pan-European sales are expected to be allowed by year-end. Steviol glycoside, which has zero calories, is as much as 300 times sweeter than sucrose but does not induce glycemic reaction. -Reuters » Bread getting worse? – In 1911, the bread which made up 40 percent of the diet of the impoverished people of Britain was blamed for widespread poor health. Modern nutritional science confirms the accuracy of this assessment. Today, the Real Bread Campaign, a non-profit pressure group, claims that bread has actually gotten worse since 1911 in terms of secret adulterants – enzymes that do not have to be declared on labels – still being smuggled into it. Today, despite the modern fashion for healthy eating, ‘nutritionally empty’ white bread accounts for more than 50 percent of what we buy. -www.mercola.com

What lies beneath liposuction advertising? Commentary Dr. Barry Eppley Liposuction is a popular and immediate method to remove areas of unwanted fat. However, advertising can be the procedure’s worst enemy. Many people see marketing scams claiming the surgery will help you drop 10 pounds in a few hours. These internet campaigns and marketing strategies leave me asking, “Is aggressive advertising clashing with medical fact?” Can you lose weight by liposuction? The simple answer is yes, in the short term. However, advertisements promoting immediate weight loss are referring to fat aspirate removed during surgery. Fat aspirate is removed from the body and is collected in a can. Although the product can weigh up to seven pounds, a large portion of it comes from a fluid injected into the fat prior to the surgery. The fluid injection lessens the pain after surgery and reduces bleeding. While liposuction may cause some immediate weight loss, a more significant drop occurs during the healing phase. The combined caloric demands of healing and healthy eating provokes the physical changes. The surgery’s results will take full effect in four to six weeks after surgery. If five pounds of fat aspirate has been removed during surgery, one can usually expect to lose 10 pounds in another month. While liposuction and weight loss will be

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DISPATCHES » Report weather damage – Hoosiers who sustained damage caused by severe weather last month can report damage online at myoracle.in.gov/hs/dev/flood/public/index. jsp. A link to the form is also available on the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) website at www.in.gov/dhs. » Indiana protects freedoms – According to George Mason University’s biannual “Freedom in the 50 States” report authored by the school’s Mercatus Center, Indiana is the third-best state when it comes to protecting personal freedoms. Indiana has, according to the Mercatus report, the highest level of regulatory freedom in the U.S. The state has completely deregulated cable, natural gas and the telecom industry. Indiana has relatively light campaign finance laws. It also has a mostly hands-off policy on the regulation of private and public schools. -www.247wallst.com » When to avoid Home Depot – Home Depot does have some “top-notch, toprated” appliances, including some models it sells exclusively, says Robert Markovich of Consumer Reports. However, “if you care

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about service, you’re going to want to go to ABT Electronics or the local independents,” says Markovich, pointing to an annual survey of more than 16,000 Consumer Reports subscribers who recently bought appliances. At the local appliance store, you’ll get personalized attention from a salesperson and, unlike Home Depot, local dealers service what they sell — instead of pawning you off to a manufacturer’s 800 number. www.bnet.com » Hottest vacation home markets – If you’re in the market for a vacation home, credit is tight but prices have fallen. The median sale price for vacation homes was $150,000 in 2010, the National Association of Realtors reports, down 11.2 percent from 2009. By contrast, the median price for a primary residence fell just 4.5% in the same period. Where can you find the best deals? Clear Capital, which specializes in realestate asset valuation, identified 10 markets as worth watching: Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Myrtle Beach, S.C., Palm Springs, Calif., Hilton Head, S.C., South Lake Tahoe, Calif., Napa, Calif., Truckee, Calif., Key West, Fla., Carmelby-the-Sea, Calif. and Honolulu. -www.realestate.msn.com

Buying cars with lasting value for increased value down the road, but don’t do INVESTMENT AUTOS this with a car whose primary appeal is that of By Shawn Miller economy. A good example of this is the BMW As a dealer I attend used car auctions more 5 Series. Sure, the 540 is a much better car, but than once a week. What brings the money at it’s expensive to maintain. these sales outside of the The best bet is the six-cylnormal lot fodder has been interesting to track. In a nutshell, boring cars inder car with a manual gearbox for long term These sales are quite large bring boring money. You value. Pretty bulletproof; with anywhere from a couple of hundred to might not realize it, but even it will last for decades if you don’t slog it thru the more than 1,000 cars in today’s million-car pro- salt too much. running through multiple While we’re on the lines simultaneously. In duction runs there are still subject of salt, I had this endless sea of cars, rare cars being produced. a person come by the it’s pretty easy to pick out showroom once looking which ones will have a at a car we had that had bunch of dealers clamorcome out of Chicago with some rust issues. I ing to buy it and stick it in a prominent place stated that the salt/sodium chloride mixture on their lot. In a nutshell, boring cars bring boring money. used on winter roads in the Midwest is particularly nasty, and that one should wash his/her car You might not realize it, but even in today’s weekly when there is salt on the roads. million-car production runs there are still rare No matter what car you buy, if you treat it cars being produced. In Ford trucks it’s the like an appliance and don’t properly maintain “Stepside”- hardly any of these are produced, the car, it will be worthless in short order. Good and every guy likes them. So years down the maintenance starts with cleanliness. road, a Stepside will always sell for more than a Fleetside. The “MegaCab” Dodge produced for Shawn Miller is a lifelong car a very short time is in great demand because you collector and president of can’t get one anymore, and it’s got a lot of room. SignificantCars.com, a successful I have always been a fan of “order the biggest collector car brokerage with a showroom at 2225 E 54th St, just motor available,” which is normally a good bet

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Custom bath remodel with natural stone tile REMODELING By Larry Greene Original 1978 master bath: This home, located in the Eden Estates neighborhood on the east side of Carmel, was built in 1978 and included the original master bathroom that was definitely in need of an update. Important changes: There were several major changes to the bathroom that completely changed the look. The wall was taken down that separated the toilet area from the rest of the bathroom. The existing bulkheads, which were very popular in 1978, were removed to provide a much more functional and open bathroom. According to the homeowner, “I hated the shower before. It was a fiberglass all-in-one piece shower/tub unit. The water just wouldn’t spray where I wanted it to.” Shower features: The homeowner commented, “My husband and I love the new shower with the bench seat and the new Kohler shower head. We had originally considered installing a handheld showerhead, but changed to a Kohler showerhead. The spray goes right where I want it to go.” Vanity upgrades: A carpenter built a new 12-inch-deep-by48-inches-tall base cabinet located behind vanity on the window wall. The existing vanity cabinet doors were replaced with a more updated door style to match the new 12-inch base cabinet. The existing fluting on the front of the cabinets was replaced with flat pieces of paint grade wood. The new cabinet and the modified existing cabinets were then all painted a new color (Porter – Steeple Gray). The homeowner said, “I really like the cabinets for

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A final step to healing is forgiveness RELATIONSHIPS By Kristen Boice Is there someone you need to forgive? Maybe you need to forgive yourself, a family member, friend or even an abuser. Forgiveness does not mean you condone their choices or agree with their actions. It doesn’t mean you will forget what happened. Many people think if they forgive someone, it’s makes their mistake acceptable. However, forgiveness is about taking back your power, letting go of the hurt and living a life with peace and happiness. Forgiveness is a process – a journey. It can take days to years for people to complete the journey of forgiveness. The longer we resent the person and circumstance the heavier the burden is on us. If we hold onto the hurt, bitterness and resentment over years, it affects our being and negatively impacts our relationships. I really love this quote from Catherine Ponder, “When you hold resentment toward another, you are bound to that person by an emotional link stronger than steel. Forgiveness is the only way to dissolve that link and get free.” This really sums up what forgiveness can do for your life. How do you begin the healing process? Below are a few steps that may help you move closer to forgiving. 1. Recognize and own your feelings. How does it feel to hold onto the feelings associated with resentment? How have these served you in your life? As you recognize

your feelings, the healing process can begin. 2. Look at how a lack of forgiveness has impacted your personal and professional relationships. How has this affected your ability to trust and connect with others? Have you been the victim and now want to take back your power? Have you allowed the past to determine your future? 3. Focus on what’s in it for you. Remind yourself forgiving can free you to move on with your life and set you free. Tell yourself the point is to reduce angst. 4. Turn the details of your story around. Victims don’t have control of their lives, yet heroes do. So make yourself the hero of your own saga. Although someone may have precipitated your misery, whether or not you stay miserable is entirely up to you. 5. Write a letter to the person you feel harmed or hurt you and then let it go. You can either burn it or send it. It can be the final step to letting go. Lewis B. Smedes said, “You will know started forgiveness has when you recall those who hurt you and feel the power to wish them well.” This is the ultimate goal of forgiveness. Kristen Boice is an individual, couples and family counselor and speaker with Pathways to Healing Counseling & Education. Contact her at kristen@ pathwaystohealingcounseling.com.

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