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Gesture of generosity – White River Christian Church in Noblesville received some exciting news from Meijer. Its food pantry was picked to be the recipient of the Simply Give donation matching program for the Christmas season. This program will run now to Jan. 5 at the Noblesville Meijer only. Purchase a $10 Simply Give card(s) on display at all of the checkouts and Meijer will match each donation. Winners at the annual Enterprise awards were, from left, Chuck Goodrich of Gaylor, Inc., Business-person of the year; Shanon and Andy Gigante, Best New Construction/Renovation for Harbour Trees Beach Club; Kyle and Lori Spencer of Spencer Farms, Best Small Business; and Mike Field of Field Rubber Products, Inc., Business of the Year. (Photo by Robert Herrington)

Businesses honored with Enterprise Awards By Robert Herrington • robert@youarecurrent.com

The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce and city of Noblesville celebrated the work of 12 businesses and leaders and honored excellence during the annual Enterprise Awards on Nov. 15. Proceeds from the event were donated to the Noblesville School Education Foundation. “I remember the first one and can’t believe it’s nine,” said Mayor John Ditslear. “For any city to thrive it has to have a strong business community and strong school system.” Nominees were accepted from the chamber and community members. A selection committee then picked the finalists and winners. Business Person of the Year: Chuck Goodrich, Gaylor, Inc. As leader of Gaylor’s Indianapolis operations, Chuck Goodrich inspires a high-energy and high-performance atmosphere. He is always sure to coach his team to execute every project in a way that exceeds customer expectations and is consistent with the core values of the organization. Goodrich was instrumental to bringing Gaylor to Noblesville, which now employees more than 500 people. “I love this place, love the community, love the heart,” Goodrich told the audience after winning. Best New Construction/Renovation: Harbour Trees Beach Club Noblesville resident Andy Gigante had a vision and a dream to bring a first class, resort style, recreational and dining facility to the community and members of Harbour Trees County Club. He took a chance on redeveloping a piece of land in North Harbour subdivision with an old pool facility that sat vacant for 10 years, turning it into the newly constructed Harbour Trees Beach Club, which opened earlier this year. The amenities consist of a restaurant and bar, large heated pool, three tennis courts, fitness center, hot tub, terraced deck and more.

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Business Person of the Year: Chuck Goodrich, Gaylor, Inc.; Peggy Kumler, A Corner Cottage; and Chip McAuley, Fluid Waste Services, Inc. ◆ Best New Construction/Renovation: Harbour Trees Beach Club; Gordon Marketing; and Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim. ◆ Business of the Year: Field Rubber Products, Inc.; Aspire, Indiana, Inc.; and Indiana Surgery Center. ◆ Best Small Business: Spencer Farms; BlueSky Technology Partners; and Fluid Waste Services, Inc. ◆

Best Small Business: Spencer Farms Spencer Farm began in 1982 as “Spencer’s You Pick. Kyle Spencer, his wife, Lori, and their family planted and harvested strawberries – lots of strawberries. In 1986, the company moved to its current location Cherry Tree Road location to expand. Other crops were soon added including red and black raspberries, blueberries, chrysanthemums, pumpkins, asparagus and rhubarb. Additional expansion allowed for pre-picked and you-pick fruits. Spencer Farm also ships wholesale fruit to other locations in Central Indiana. Business of the Year: Field Rubber Products, Inc. Field Rubber Products is a three generation, family owned and operated rubber and polyurethane products manufacturer headquartered in Noblesville, Indiana. Founded in 1955, Field Rubber Products specializes in short run, custom rubber and polyurethane products for all industries. They produce everything from very close tolerance aerospace parts to very simple vibration pads. Field Rubber Products molds rubber parts using compression and transfer methods, cast and injection mold polyurethane items, and cover rollers with rubber and polyurethane with highly trained and experienced employees.

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Feuding leaves gaps in family history Commentary by Darla Kinney Scoles Unfortunately, many once-close families lose touch with extended members due to a feud between kith and kin. Gaps are created in the solidarity of the line when such things happen. Cousins grow up never knowing one another. Gatherings are marred by the absence of those who should be there. Loved ones die never seeing a resolution to long-term battles over insignificant events. The repercussions of such situations can extend for generations to come – all because someone felt slighted or short-changed. In reality, the ones who suffer for all this animosity are the ones who miss out on the connections that are left hanging when one branch of the tree cuts of another. As the holidays approach, these sad scenarios are even more highlighted as families gather, minus those who feel they cannot – or simply will not – join in. So, with the end of the Mayan calendar approaching soon and all, why not choose now as the time for healing a familial rift? A simple Internet search for “mending a family dispute” brings many suggestions for the how of ending an ongoing feudal dispute. Some of the best advice comes from none other than Dr.

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Lions Club honors Arrowood for service, dedication to city By Robert Herrington • robert@youarecurrent.com The Noblesville Lions Club recently honored Joe Arrowood for his years of service with Noblesville Main Street and liaison with the club. The event at the Noblesville Moose Lodge included a “meet and greet,â€? dinner and “roastâ€? of Arrowood. “The Lions Club has been close to my heart all of these years. My relationship with the Lions Club goes way back – when I started working for the Boys & Girls Club,â€? said Arrowood. “It’s been a pleasure being a servant to the city all these years.â€? Several local dignitaries attended and provided proclamations and awards to Arrowood including State Senator Luke Kenley (on behalf of Gov. Mitch Daniels), Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear

and Riverview Hospital President Pat Fox. At the conclusion of the event, Arrowood was made an honorary member of the Lions Club. Arrowood’s youngest son, Brian, described the life lessons he observed from time around his father. “As a leader, even if you don’t have a full understanding of a situation – pretend you do,â€? he joked. “My father told me, ‘You earn respect. You don’t ask for it, whine for it or beg for it ‌ Dad, you’ve earned the respect of the community.â€? Arrowood announced in August he would be retiring from Main Street at the conclusion of the year. “Joe is Noblesville Main Street,â€? said Gail Nowicki, the organization’s president. “Main Street will go on but it will never ever be the same without Joe.â€?

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Commentary by Rep. Kathy Richardson Election Day brought many changes to Indiana, and many Hoosiers found themselves in newly elected positions. The most notable additions are Indiana’s new governor, Mike Pence, and the House of Representatives welcoming 24 new members, including 19 Republicans. We are thrilled to have so many new colleagues joining us at the Statehouse, and the influx of new ideas will undoubtedly make this upcoming session an excellent one. The House Republican Caucus is now comprised of 69 members, resulting in a supermajority. Having a supermajority guarantees a quorum on the House floor, meaning the legislative process would not be halted in the case of a walkout by democrats. Every representative was elected to make Indiana an even better state and that starts on day one for us. The day after the election, I met many of our new members, and they all expressed their strong desire to hit the ground running. At the beginning of the new legislative term, the caucus chose to re-elect the leadership team of Rep. Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) as speaker, Rep. Bill Friend (R-Macy) as majority floor leader, and I am honored to say I was reelected as caucus chair.

The duties of this role include the management of personnel, operation and organization of the House majority caucus. The House Republicans announced our agenda prior to the election so that voters knew our legislative focus and priorities for the upcoming session. The voters responded with resounding support to our priorities of passing a balanced budget, expanding education opportunities to strengthen the Hoosier workforce, and continuing to look at creative and innovative ways to make our state as the most conducive place to start and grow a business. Our goals are before our constituents as we look for solutions to getting Hoosiers working again. We will be steadfast in our resolve to accomplish our priorities and give all Hoosier the tools to realize their American Dream. The top priorities for every one of our 69 Republican representatives is to continue to bring high quality jobs to Indiana, fill those jobs with welltrained Hoosiers and make sure that every child has a chance to gain a first-class education. Kathy Richardson (R-Noblesville) is the state representative for District 29. She can be reached at h29@ in.gov

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Hamilton County farmer Rand Woodward, featured in a May 2012 Current cover story, is back in the tractor seat again – harvesting his crops – following the worst drought year in decades. He’s not complaining, though. According to Woodward, farmers in Hamilton, Tipton and Madison counties benefitted from late-season rains that literally saved the soybean crop and in some cases, even the farm. “That bean crop will save the day,� said Woodward, adding that certainly farmers in other areas were not so lucky. “This has been a great year to learn to never give up.� Counting this as his third major drought, Woodward said, “As a farmer, you are already somewhat prepared for weather extremes because it is always in the back of your mind.� As Woodward moves at 5 mph cutting a 30-foot wide swath through a corn field, the monitor on his tractor provides a constant yield read-out, which bounces from 0 to 180 bushels per acre. When the field is entirely harvested the overall yield averages out to about 100 bushels per acre – half of the 220 it would be in a normal growing season. Weeds and insects were more of an issue this year as well. “A 300-acre field normally makes an easy 60,000 bushels of corn. I’m hoping to get half of that,� said Woodward. “Every time you go into a corn field, you wish it was beans. But the corn

that is there looks good. There’s just less of it.� The soybeans look good as well, and fortunately for Woodward Family Farms, more of their fields were planted with beans this season rather than in corn. That fact, along with crop insurance, decades of experience and knowledgeable strategies will keep the farm going in spite of this historically dry year. The widespread nature of the drought actually benefits those hit as well, as prices will not affect just one pocket of growers. Woodward, who is a loyal Beck’s Hybrids customer, credits in part, improvements in seed technology with the yields he does see in bad weather years. Companies like Beck’s have been hit as well, but, like the farmer, prepare for such years. “Like much of the Midwest, we were affected by the drought,� said Scott Beck, vice president of Beck’s Hybrids. “But we were prepared for unfortunate weather and are confident that we’ll be able to supply our customers with seed, even our most popular hybrids, for the upcoming year.� Woodward expects to see the price of goods rise, which will regulate demand and balance out the market. If, however, a second drought situation should occur he sees a much bleaker picture. “Farmers have gotten so efficient,� declared Woodward, “that we can overrun this country with grain in a year if conditions are right. But another year of crop failure could see us running out of grain. Hopefully that will not happen.� “Farmers always hope for the best, but prepare for the worst,�Woodward said.

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Marie Louise (Becca Wenning) tells her mother, Emilie (Fran Knapp), how excited she is her love is returning home.

Felix (Ryan Shelton) and the three angels – Alfred (Gavin Rulon), from left, Joseph (Mark Tumey) and Jules (Ken Klingenmeier) – toast to a wonderful Christmas Eve dinner. For more photos visit currentnoblesville.com What: My Three Angels by Samuel and Bella Spewack When: 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Dec. 7 and 8; and 2 p.m. Sunday and Dec. 9 ◆ Where: The Belfry Theatre, 10690 Greenfield Ave. ◆ Cast: Ryan Shelton, Felix; Fran Knapp, Emilie; Lynda Goeke, Madame Parole; Becca Wenning, Marie Louise; Ken Klingenmeier, Jules; Mark Tumey, Joseph; Gavin Rulon, Alfred; Paul Haskin, Henri; John Whitaker, Paul; and Cameron Clark, Lieutenant. ◆ Crew: Jeff Bick, director; Christy Clinton, asst. director/ stage manager; Dana Lesh and Kelly BeDell, co-producers; Mary Jo Bick, production asst.; Marilyn Dearmin and Norma Floyd, costumes; Kendell Roberts, set design; Dana Roberts, set decorating; Connie Todd, set consultant; Sherri Byer and Debbie Hughes, props; Dave Melton, lighting director; and Brandon Warren, sound director. ◆ Tickets: $15 for adults, $12 for children 12 and under. Tickets may be reserved by calling 773-1085 or visiting www. thebelfrytheatre.com/reservations. ◆ ◆

Jeff Bick makes his directorial debut in The Belfry’s holiday show, ‘My Three Angels’ By Robert Herrington • robert@youarecurrent.com Jeff Bick first began at The Belfry Theatre nine years ago when his son was acting in the children’s performance of “Huck, Jr.” “I was helping backstage,” he said. “I took over lighting and that included a vocal aspect. Then I was cast in a show afterwards.” The Belfry has been a whole family affair as Bick, his wife and two children have all been involved in several shows. Bick has severed as a crew member, stage manager and was assistant director to “Don’t Talk to the Actors” and “The Perfume Shop” last year. He has also acted in “Born Yesterday,” “Fools” and Shakespeare in the Park performances at Noblesville’s Seminary Park. “It’s very welcoming here,” Bick said. “I was just involved with the kids. I always thought theater was neat but it was something my sisters did.” Bick has now evolved from a parent in the audience to director. His first show at the helm is the holiday comedy “My Three Angels.” “I’m excited, concerned, there are days you are over the top and there are days you say uh-oh,” he said. “I have a really good cast and was able to talk a lot of really good people into helping me.” “My Three Angels” is not your traditional holiday show. Bick said the last time it was performed in Central Indiana was 15 years ago in Beech Grove. “I saw some ad for it in Chicago,” he said. “People can have a good laugh and enjoy it.” After doing research on the film, Bick believed The Belfry “could make this even funnier.” This warm and witty comedy is set in turn of the 20th century French Guiana. Despite the sweltering heat of the tropics, three paroled convicts use any means necessary to ensure that one hapless family of colonist enjoys the Christmas holiday. 10 | November 27, 2012

“It’s more like ‘A Christmas Carol.’ Help comes in all kinds of shapes and sizes. In the end, good triumphs over evil. Hope is the most important thing. It’s the same thing here.” “It really drives home the flavor of this time of year. I think people will get that by the end of the show,” said Ryan Shelton, who portrays Felix. “The convicts redeem the whole family. It’s a great Christmas message conducted in a clever story. There’s not much else like it.” Shelton said being a show where the actor’s portray “real people” is a fun challenge. “There’s funny stuff in the play but it’s earned,” he said. Klingenmeier, who also acts at Carmel Community Players and Spotlight Theater, admitted he didn’t read the script prior to auditioning. “When I was on stage with the other two angels, I felt some-

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thing clicked. We played off each other,” he said. “It’s a light comedy, a funny play. The background is all about Christmas, the twist is the convicts are the good guys.” Klingenmeier was not aware “My Three Angels” was Bick’s first time directing. “I’m surprised it’s his first play,” he said after being told the news. “He’s done a marvelous job. He’s really able to express his vision in a wonderful way to us.” For those who know Bick, the job he has done is not surprising. “I’ve been so impressed with him,” said Shelton, who also directs shows. “He’s someone you’d encourage anyone to audition for. He’s in charge but he surrounds himself with good people. It’s not just about him, he wants a good show.” “He’s really an actor’s director. He’s very interested in character development and works a lot with us in that,” said actor Gavin Rulon. “I’ve known Jeff for awhile and always admired his take on things. I knew it would be a fun experience to be in his first show.” Rulon just finished being the lead in the last Belfry show, “State of the Union.” Instead of taking a break, Rulon auditioned and was cast as Alfred, one of the “angels.” “He has a presence on stage, but not a lot of lines so it’s nice actually,” he joked. “So many community theaters do very traditional shows this time of year. It’s kind of fun to be in a theater doing something a little different.” www.currentnoblesville.com


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Most credit newsreel broadcaster, Westbrook Van Voorhis, in his series from the early 1930’s, “March of Time,” with first coining the now clichéd expression that “time marches on.” Regardless of attribution, it’s not like the concept is a new one – indeed, time does march on. The most distilled interpretation might argue that while we can chose to stand still, the world waits for no one. Deadlines come and go. People age and opportunities pass. All can and do occur without interaction or intention from any of us. So the question isn’t really whether we have choices to make, it is more whether or not we chose to make them. And then, isn’t the challenge whether this forced choice is one that we embrace or one that is thrust upon us? For me, it the quandary is summed up thusly: Is the choice something that I have to do or is it something that I want to do. It seems like a minor, perhaps even inconsequential dissimi-

larity, but when approaching the challenge of accomplishing a task doesn’t it make all the difference? Apply the concept to our daily routine. Is it the issue that one is required to clean their house or is that they seek to have a tidy home? Is the matter that one has to do the required reading or is it that they desire to obtain knowledge? Is it that we have to do the grunt work instead of taking the marquee role or is it that we’re eager to get the hard work behind us so that we can move on to higher reward functions. Do we have to practice or do we want to improve our game? Can we ever get to success without intention? Maybe in order to be the best, we have to want it. Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current Publishing, LLC. You may e-mail him at terry@ currentincarmel.com.

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Many of us presumably recently have given thanks for everything we have. And many of us eagerly are anticipating the various coming holidays of the season. If giving truly is more rewarding than receiving, and we believe it is, then we’d like to commend to your attention the needs of the Noblesville Fire Dept. The public safety crew would like your help. It is in the process of taking donations for its annual food-and-toy drive, which will benefit approximately 120 lessfortunate families in our city. Department personnel canned goods, non-perishable food items, monetary donations and new, unwrapped toys through Dec. 12. Donations may be dropped off at any of the Noblesville Fire Stations or at Noblesville City Hall. Deliveries to the families will take place Dec. 15. Many businesses and organizations are working hard on behalf of the drive, among them Noblesville Marsh Supermarket, Noblesville Schools, Noblesville Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Group, the Noblesville Mayor’s Ball Committee, Roudebush Grading, Noblesville Elementary Football League and the Noblesville All Pro Dad chapters. It all combines to make an appropriate portrait of “community” and selflessness in an effort to really make a difference. For more information, please call 776-6336 or visit www.cityofnoblesville.org. ••• Attention, duffers and serious linksters: The Noblesville Park Board is offering savings ranging from $25 to $100 on season passes for 2013 at Forest Park and Fox Prairie golf courses. The chance for a discount ends Dec. 28. Passes are valid from next March 15 through Nov. 30. The courses are great community amenities, and the board’s offer is a generous move. Whether for yourself or a family member or friend, it could be a wonderful stocking stuffer, too. 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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All I want for Christmas Commentary by Danielle Wilson

What do you get when you mix together an attention-deficit disorder husband with a penchant for impulse-buying, a four-pack of pet-deprived children, and a worn-down moi? A dog! A gosh-darn dog. I swear I don’t know how it happened. I’ve successfully resisted canine ownership now for 16-plus years. (As mentioned previously, I am NOT a pet person, particularly dogs. My first puppy, Muffin, ran away after three days, a golden retriever mauled my younger sister when I was eight, and another sister’s Doberman pincher enjoyed shredding my personal undergarments while I was growing up. Doo suggests counseling.) The lizards bought me some time, and when Santa brought the cat I thought I was home free. But no-ooooo! Adamant opposition on my part could not withstand the brutal erosive forces of my family’s perennial hopes of buying a dog. In my defense, they caught me at a weak moment. I’ve been leaning toward a puppy for a while but had convinced Doo to wait until the spring. The weather would be more conducive to potty training and, frankly, it was still six months away. Then holiday shopping snagged me with her cold, gnarled hands. My girls are easy . . . clothes, accessories, a chocolate fountain . . . but what to get the boys? All they really want are Xbox games and gift cards to buy Xbox games.

And I refuse to contribute to their “We’ll just live in the basement of our parent’s house ‘til we’re 50” dream.” When I asked if there was anything else . . . anything . . . they both replied with a resounding “A dog!” Well, poo. Then I remembered how cute it was when the kids awoke on December, 2009 to find an adorable little kitten under the tree. Maybe I could actually do it! Thus, the crack in the dam. So I casually mention this stupid idea to Doo, and literally the next thing I know, I’m being swept away in a flood of lies and carefully orchestrated plans for obtaining the dog. No joke, less than 24 hours elapsed between my showing Doo an ad for Labrador retrievers and said Labrador retriever urinating in my car on the way home from Lizton. I’ve subjected myself and my house to one year of puppy pee, puppy teething, and in general, good-for-nothing puppy antics. Doggone it! Ah well, I suppose it was inevitable. When you love your family, sometimes you have to make sacrifices. Besides, they pretty much have to do whatever I say now because I’m the awesome, albeit pet-traumatized, mom who finally got them a dog. Peace out.

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Who won locally

Cody Fenimore, 12, of Sheridan who won awards both for Best Performer 18 and Under in a Drama and Best Actor in a Drama for his portrayal of a mentally challenged youth in “The Diviners.”

Local theaters bring home 19 Encore Awards By Robert Herrington robert@youarecurrent.com The annual Encore Awards gala, Indianapolis metropolitan area community theater’s version of Broadway’s Tony Awards, was a very good night for Hamilton County community theaters as Carmel Community Players took home 15 trophies and The Belfry Theatre in Noblesville won four. “This was a wonderful evening for us,” said CCP president Rich Phipps. “We don’t do our plays to win awards, but recognition like this by our peers is validation that we are our living up to our goal of providing exceptional entertainment up close at Clay Terrace.” “The encore awards is a celebration of community theater,” said CCP Artistic Director Lori Raffel, who received awards for Best Sound Design of a Drama, Best Sound board Operation of a Drama, and Best Light Board Operator of a Drama. “That our peers recognized our efforts with so many awards is humbling, amazing, and very encouraging.” “Company,” Stephen Sondheim’s musical about relationships in the 1970s, was a favorite of the judges, winning awards for Best Actress in a Musical (Vickie Phipps), Best Major Supporting Actress in a Musical (Brenna Campbell), Best Male Singer (Mark Duray) and best Musical Number (Side By Side). The show also won a special judges award for its videotaped simulated TV show used to introduce the show and tell audiences to turn off their cell phones. The award was accepted by Willie Wood who had directed the show and designed its awardwinning introduction. Another big winner for CCP was “Rebecca” which, along with Raffel’s three trophies garwww.currentnoblesville.com

Jennifer Atkinson in "Hollywood Arms" at The Belfry Theatre. nered awards for Best Costume Design of a Drama (Jeff Farley), Best Lighting Design of a Drama (Bryan Fonseca) and Best Major Supporting Actor in a Drama (Earl Campbell). Also taking home a trophy was Franklin College drama professor, Nick Crisafulli, who was awarded Best Cameo in a Drama for “Six Degrees of Separation,” which he also directed. The Belfry’s awards were split between two shows – “12 Angry Men” and “Hollywood Arms.” The courtroom drama saw Karla Ries and Michael Ries win for Best Set Design of a Drama. Russ Clinton won Best Minor Supporting Actor in a Drama. The personal details of Carol Burnett’s upbringing and early career are the basis for “Hollywood Arms,” which garnered Best Minor Supporting Actress in a Drama for Nichel Washington and Best Major Supporting Actress in a Drama for Jennifer

• Best Sound Board Operator of a Drama: Lori Raffel, Rebecca, Carmel Community Players • Best Lighting Design of a Drama: Bryan Fonseca, Rebecca, Carmel Community Players • Best Light Board Operator of a Drama: Lori Raffel, Rebecca, Carmel Community Players • Best Set Design of a Drama: Karla Ries and Michael Ries, 12 Angry Men, The Belfry • Best Performer 18 and under in a PLAY: Cody Fenimore, The Diviners, Carmel Community Players • Best Costume Design of a Drama: Jeff Farley, Rebecca, Carmel Community Players • Best Minor Supporting Actor in a Drama: Russ Clinton, 12 Angry Men, The Belfry • Best Minor Supporting Actress in a Drama: Nichel Washington, Hollywood Arms, The Belfry • Best Major Supporting Actor in a Drama: Earl Campbell, Rebecca, Carmel Community Players • Best Major Supporting Actress in a Drama: Jennifer Nicholson, Hollywood Arms, The Belfry • Best Major Supporting Actress in a Musical: Brenna Campbell, Company, Carmel Community Players • Best Actor in a Drama: Cody Fenimore, The Diviners, Carmel Community Players • Best Actress in a Musical: Vickie Phipps, Company, Carmel Community Players • Best Male Singer: Mark Duray, Company, Carmel Community Players • Best Musical Number: “Side by Side” Company, Carmel Community Players • Best Director of a Drama: Danny Russel, The Diviners, Carmel Community Players Nicholson. Perhaps the biggest surprise winner of the night was 12-year-old Cody Fenimore of Sheridan who won awards both for Best Performer 18 and Under in a Drama and Best Actor in a Drama for his portrayal of a mentally challenged youth in “The Diviners.” “You broke the audience’s heart every night,” Director Danny Russel told Fenimore during his emotional acceptance speech after being named Best Director of a Drama for his work in “The Diviners.” “If you are this good at 12, I can’t wait to see you when you’re 18.” For a complete list of Encore winners, visit www.currentnightandday.com.

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Carmel: Luminary Walk • Spend a relaxing evening taking a walk through the winter wonderland at Monon Community Center’s Central Park, 1235 Central Park Dr. East. From 6 to 9 p.m., Saturday, enjoy carolers and hot chocolate as you take in the ambiance of more than 1,000 luminairies lighting the path through the wetlands, floating over the lagoon, and spanning across the boardwalk. For more information, call 573-5243 or visit www.carmelclayparks.com. Fishers: Victorian Family Holiday • From 2 to

4 p.m., Saturday, Historic Ambassador House & Heritage Gardens, 10595 Eller Rd., will be “hosted” by characters portraying the home’s most prominent residents, Ambassador Addison Harris and his wife, India. They invite families to celebrate the era with story time in the Peppermint Parlor, traditional crafts for children to make and take, games from the Gilded Age, Dickens Carolers and characters to entertain, and a special visit from St. Nick. For more information, call 845-4265 or visit www.ambassadorhouse.org.

Noblesville: My Three Angels • This warm and witty comedy is set in turn of the 20th century French Guiana. Despite the sweltering heat of the tropics, three paroled convicts use any means necessary to ensure that one hapless family of colonist enjoys the Christmas holiday. Shows are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 773-1085 or visit www. thebelfrytheatre.com. Westfield: Westfield in Lights • The annual program Friday at the Westfield Farmers Market will include the city tree lighting at 7 p.m., and activities from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., including a Santa House with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, live nativity scene, horse carriage rides, Girl Scouts Gingerbread contest, carolers and local dancers, voting for best merchant lights, a live reindeer and Winter Market. For more information, call 965-3334 or visit www.dwna.org. Zionsville: Christmas in the Village • Saturday and Sunday are jam-packed with activities taking place throughout the village. Santa arrives at 9:30 a.m. on Main Street led by the Zionsville High School Marching Band. You can ride the antique trolley and stop off at the library on Saturday for fun-filled holiday crafts and storybook readings, make a stop at Akard True Value in Boone Village and join in on the fun with the Elf Scavenger Hunt. For more information, visit www.zionsvillechristmas.com/ december-1-2. November 27, 2012 | 13


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Persian Carpet and Art of M Farshchian on Persian Rug • Art on a global scale came to Carmel. View works of art by M Farshchian, an artist with a museum based in Tehran, Iran. Soori Gallery • 33 East Main St. #100 and 200, Carmel • 1 to 5 p.m. or by appointment • Tuesday through Friday • 843-2787

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Country Christmas • Continue a family tradition and take your family for a hayride to the field to choose and cut your own Christmas tree. You will also find a wide selection of freshly cut trees, fresh wreaths and garland at the greenhouse. Sip hot cider and browse through our gift shop featuring our custom made wreaths and other unique items • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily • Stonycreek Farm, 11366 Ind. 38 East, Noblesville • 773-3344 • stonycreekfarm.net

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Wine Wednesday • Looking for a little pick me up at the midweek point? Hearthstone Coffeehouse & Pub offers up Wine Wednesday. The venue that often hosts music and dishes out coffee and craft beer puts its House Red and House White wines on sale at $4 per glass. • Hearthstone Coffeehouse & Pub • 8235 E. 116th St., Fishers • 436-7049 Butler Ballet’s The Nutcracker • Twirl with the snowflakes and waltz with the flowers while waiting for the dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the Nutcracker Prince. The show features Butler University students and faculty members, children from Indianapolis area dance community and the Indianapolis Children’s Choir • 7:30 p.m.; 8 p.m. Friday; 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday • $14-$28.50 • Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University, 4602 Sunset Ave.• ticketmaster.com

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Fishers Tree Lighting • Celebrate the official welcome of the holiday season by joining family and friends as we light the holiday tree and decorations! Enjoy a visit with Santa, caroling with Sister Cities’ Dickens Carolers, refreshments and other surprises • 6:30 to 8 p.m. • Fishers Town Hall, 1 Municipal Dr. • fisherschamber.com A Christmas Carol sponsored by Community Hospital Anderson • Visit the Madison Park Church in Anderson for a live musical production of the Christmas classic by cast, crew and orchestra. The opening show on Thursday is dinner-theatre style featuring a festive dinner, which requires reservations by Dec. 3 ($22). The weekend shows are free with open seating. An offering will take place for the Dove Harbor Women’s shelter • Dec. 6 at 6:30

p.m. • Dec. 7-9 main auditorium doors open at 6:30 p.m. • 6607 Providence Dr., Anderson • madisonparkchurch.org • (765) 642-2000 for Thursday dinner/performance reservations Westfield in Lights • The annual program at the Westfield Farmers Market will include the city tree lighting at 7 p.m., Santa House with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, live nativity scene, horse carriage rides, Girl Scouts Gingerbread contest, carolers and local dancers, voting for best merchant lights, a live reindeer and a Winter Market • 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. • North Union Street in downtown Westfield • 965-3334 • dwna.org

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The Music Man • River City is just a small town minding its own business until Harold Hill comes to town. The swindling conman works his way into the heart of the town by professing to be the leader of a big band. When he promises to craft a band out of the town’s youngsters, he sets about creating something out of nothing. • 7:30 p.m. • $7.50 • Palladium, 1 Center Green, Carmel • 843-3800 • thecenterfortheperformingarts.org My Three Angels at The Belfry Theatre • Set in French Guiana during the turn of the 20th century, this feel-good comedy focuses on the adventures of three prisoners and an unlucky family during Christmas • Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. • 2 p.m. Sunday • 10690 Greenfield Ave., Noblesville • $15 • Children 12 and under $12 • 773-1085 Christmas in the Village SATURDAY - A Zionsville Tradition • Santa arrives at 9:30 a.m. on Main Street led by the Zionsville High School Marching Band. You can ride the antique trolley and stop off at the library on Saturday for fun-filled holiday crafts and storybook readings, make a stop at Akard True Value in Boone Village and join in on the fun with the Elf Scavenger Hunt. Continue on to the SullivanMunce and pick out a handcrafted bowl and fill it with steaming hot chili and shop at its holiday artisan boutique and then head back to Main Street to finish your holiday shopping. Continues Sunday • zionsvillechristmas. com/december-1-2/ Luminary Walk • Spend a relaxing evening taking a walk through the winter wonderland at Central Park. Enjoy carolers and hot chocolate as you take in the ambiance of more than 1,000 luminaries lighting the path through the wetlands, floating over the lagoon, and spanning across the boardwalk • 6 to 9 p.m. • Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr. East, Carmel • 573-5243 • carmelclayparks.com

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Men in Black 3 • PG-13, 105 minutes Commentary by Chris Lloyd “Men in Black 3” has an obligatory feel to it, like it was made to provide a few people a career boost and satisfy quarterly profit margins for the studio. Arriving a full decade after the second (horrible) film in the franchise, “MIB3” is reasonably entertaining, contains some nice special effects and a few interesting new characters. Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back as members of the secret government agency that protects humankind from the knowledge that bug-eyed aliens are living among them in disguise. But when a particularly nasty alien criminal named Boris the Animal fiddles with the flow of time, J must travel back to 1969 and team up with Agent K’s younger

self (Josh Brolin) to set things right. The 1960s fashions and vibe are a hoot, and I liked how director Barry Sonnenfeld and his crew make sure the aliens from back then resemble products of era-appropriate pop culture. But there’s very little heart and soul in the MiB’s third outing, making it the perfect home video rental. Pop it in, get a few yuks and thrills, and never think of it again. Please note, “Men in Black 3” arrives on video Nov. 30. Movie: BRead more of Chris Lloyd’s review of current films and DVDs at www. captaincritic.blogspot.com or www. thefilmyap.com.

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Santa Arrives - THIS SATURDAY The Zionsville High School Marching Eagles step off the parade at 9:30 a.m. leading Santa down Main Street. Santa is available at Prudential Indiana Realty Office, 15 S. Main St., across from Eagle Creek Coffee Company from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and on Sunday, from noon to 3 p.m. Ride the Trolley Board the trolley in front of the Prudential Indiana Realty Office at 15 S. Main St., across from Eagle Creek Coffee Company. Stop off at the Library; join the Elf Scavenger Hunt at Akard True Value in Boone Village; pick out a handcrafted bowl and fill it with steaming hot chili at the SullivanMunce, then head back to Main Street to finish your holiday shopping.

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When channel surfing, it is a given that you will come across crazy fitness infomercials: amazing total body transformations in 60 days. Men lifting their shirts showing us their hardearned six pack and ladies proudly displaying their before and after photos. If you are expecting me to tell you that this is impossible and not to waste your money, you would be mistaken. These highly explosive workouts actually work. Before you go online and put that order on your credit card, there are a few things to clear up. The key to success is actually doing the workouts everyday as instructed. Going through the motions are not enough for this type of fitness; you have to give it your all every time you queue up the DVD. Of course a healthy eating plan goes hand in hand with any fitness regime but plenty of “good” calories are a must with this type of hardcore workout. The only real flaw is that you cannot keep it up. These programs pack plyometric drills on top of nonstop intervals of strength, power, resistance and core training. You are constantly challenged as you alternate between aerobic and anaerobic

intervals performed at your max heart rate. All are wonderful things to do to your body. But every day, for an hour, for the rest of your life? So you buy the DVD, work yourself into the best shape of your life, and then what? You certainly don’t want to undo all the remarkable improvements you have made to your physic. It’s obvious you need to continue to physically challenge yourself, but how? Cross training is your new buzz word. You need to mix it up in many ways. One way to do that is actually take a class similar to what you have been doing everyday for the last 60 days. Fitness clubs are jumping on this “insane” workout trend. Noblesville Athletic Club is actually offering an Insanity class once a week, lead by a Beach Body representative. By weaving this type of workout into other less “killer” workouts, you can keep up your new body while enjoying your new found energy and zest for life. Noblesville resident April Conard is an NETA- certified trainer and Group Fitness Director at the Noblesville Athletic Club. You may contact her at nac@nacfitness.com

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Question: I doubt this is of general interest, but I believe I continue to hear the incorrect use of the word myself. An example would be, “My son and myself attended the basketball game.” The correct sentence would be, “My son and I attended the basketball game.” Could you please clarify what the correct use of this personal pronoun is? Answer: I’m happy to jump in on this one. It’s a mistake I often hear myself. (Boy, am I clever?) Myself is a reflexive pronoun. Along with other reflexive pronouns like himself, herself, ourselves and yourself, myself is used to refer to a previous word in the sentence. In the case of myself, it’s the word I. Reflexive pronouns are most commonly seen in two cases: when the subject and object are the same person or thing (including objects of prepositional phrases) and as intensive pronouns. You saw an example of the latter in my opening paragraph. How about some examples for the good of the order, then? Our reader’s question correctly points out an incorrect usage of myself: “My son and myself attended the basketball game.” It

is incorrect because the reflexive pronoun has nothing to refer to. The correct word to use in that sentence would be the subject pronoun I. Fortunately, we are masters of grammar, so I think we can salvage this. When I was in high school, no basketball game was complete without a bag (or two) of oh-so-salty popcorn. So let’s get ourselves a snack, and redeem that reflexive pronoun in the process: “I bought some popcorn for my son and myself at the basketball game.” Now, the subject of the sentence is I, and the objects are the son and the speaker, bringing myself back in play. We could even just say, “I bought some popcorn for myself ” – but, you know, sharing is caring. To wrap it all up, if you think myself might be appropriate, take a look back at the rest of the sentence. Have you already used the word I? Are you talking about or trying to emphasize something you’re doing? If so, myself could be called for. If not, the word you’re probably looking for is me. Jordan Fischer is an editor and investigative reporter for Current Publishing. To ask Jordan a grammar question, write him at Jordan@ youarecurrent.com.

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