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Boy Scout Troop 107 members prepare to leave for Ransburg Summer Camp in July. Boy Scouts attending included Kevin Adamski, Curtis Bender, Jarod Bowser, Andrew Bredensteiner, Alec Brooks, Cooper Brooks, Charlie Castle, Tyler Chemelewski, Conner Comstock, Jacob Espey, Daniel Fitzgerald, Sam Greathouse, Alec Hartman, Conner Henderson, Gabe Henderson, Chad Hershey, Patrick Hester, Reilly Hester, Ben Hicks, David Jones, Taylor Jones, Kiel Koontz, Devin McCleary, Ryker McPhail, Jerod Mershimer, Alex Mueller, Connor Pearson, Ryan Rigdon, Dylan Rinehart, Max Rollo, Chris Rosado, Hayden Rush, Evan Seitz, John Semler, Nick Svendsen, Noah Turner, Nicky Von Bulow, Nathan Voorhis, Byron Weber and Joel Wilken. Adult leaders spending time at camp were Mark Adamski, Susan Bowser, Andy Fitzgerald, Norm Ganzel, Jim Hester, Bob Heston, Phil Jones, Rick McCleary, Rich McPhail, Kevin Mershimer, Kent Rigdon and Rob Wilken. (Photos provided by Jim Hester)

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Westfield, Boy Scout Troop 107, chartered by Christ United Methodist Church in downtown Westfield, recently completed record setting summer camping experiences. On June 19, 11 Scouts and four adults headed west to conquer Boy Scouts of America’s first High Adventure Base, Philmont Scout Ranch. Located in the New Mexico Rocky Mountains, Philmont has 137,000 square acres of mountains, trails and camps. The group backpacked 69 miles over 10 days, including a one day, 14-mile trek to the top of Mount Baldy. Then in mid-July, 40 scouts and 12 adults braved the heat and dry weather to venture to Ransburg Scout Reservation in Bloomington for a week of learning and improving their Scouting skills. Scouts

participated in more than 40 different merit badges including Engineering, Robotics, Rowing, Water Sports, Swimming, Life Saving, Fishing, Archery, Rifle and Shotgun to name a few. Twenty two scouts completed requirements in the 92-year-old Firecrafter Program. Dating back to 1920 and founded by F.O. Belzer at what is now known as For more information on scouting in Westfield, join Troop 107 at the Westfield Farmer’s Market on Aug. 17 starting at 4:30 pm. Members of Troop 107 along with Cub Scout Packs within Westfield will be available to answer questions about the Scouting program. Troop 107 will be setting up a campsite for visitors to inspect and will have support from the local Indiana National Guard and their portably Climbing Wall for all to enjoy.

Belzer Scout Reservation in Indianapolis, Firecrafter is based upon three ideals – friendship, leadership and service. Boy Scouts complete requirements for the ranks of Camper, Woodsman and Firecrafter during their week at summer camp. Requirements include map reading, knots, lashings, service and of course fire building. The third and most rigorous rank, Firecrafter, includes building a fire by friction set that is used to start a fire from the spark created by the scout. Firecrafter candidates also plan and execute a full campfire program including a safe fire, camp songs, stories and skits. This year, Troop 107 had two Firecrafter candidates – Reilly Hester and Devin McCleary. Hester and McCleary will complete their candidacy at a weekend campout in August know as Grand Ritual, where scouts are tested on their skills and perform service to their camp.

Wendling joins performing arts board – William E. Wendling Jr. has been selected to serve as a member of the Board of Directors for The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. Wendling, a partner with the Carmel and Noblesville law firm of Campbell Kyle Proffitt, joins Chairman Rollin M. Dick and Vice Chairman Frank M. Basile to work with Tania Castroverde Moskalenko, the Center’s newly appointed CEO, to continue to bring an extraordinary listening experience to central Indiana. The Center for the Performing Arts includes the 1,600-seat Palladium concert hall, the Tarkington 500-seat proscenium theater and the 200-seat Studio Theater. Wendling was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1983 following graduation from Indiana University School of Law. His practice is focused in civil litigation, personal injury, real estate transactions, land use law and divorce.

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Watercolor painting class – Talented artist Jan Roland will teach a class in Watercolor Painting and Techniques at the Westfield Washington Public Library at 10:15 a.m. Aug, 16. No previous art experience is necessary, and the class fee of $12 includes all materials. Matinee movie – Westfield Washington Public Library has “Matinee Movies: Based on the Book.” Go “between the covers” at the library with its series of movies based on popular books each month on Saturday at 1 p.m. as they screen some fantastic films. This week’s film is “War Horse,” from legendary director Steven Spielberg, the epic adventure of incredible loyalty, hope and tenacity. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 896-9391. Identity theft and you – Join Westfield Police Dept. Det. Brett M. Bays at 2 p.m. Aug. 18 at the Westfield Washington Public Library for “Identity Theft and You.” Bays will explain what identity theft is, how to avoid it and what type of identity theft is taking place in the Westfield area. Call 896-9391 to register for this free program.

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School board elections – Hamilton County Elections Administrator Kathy Richardson said filing for school board candidates began on July 25 and those interested in running have until noon Aug. 24 to file. Candidates need to fill out a Can-34 petition and get 10 signatures of registered voters from the district they are running in. Richardson said for the first time all school board elections will be Richardson held in the General Election on Nov. 6. Available positions for Westfield Washington Schools include District 1 and 3.

Hedgehog concert – George Cole & Eurocana, a jazz group getting lots of acclaim and attention on the West coast is coming to Hamilton County. The group will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Hedgehog Music Showcase, 101 W. Main St., Arcadia. Cost is $20 and reservations may be made by calling 691-1207.

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Gas-main break spurs evacuation editorial@youarecurrent.com A gas leak at the Brookside subdivision spurred an evacuation of nearby homes on July 28. Westfield firefighters were called to 3910 Chancellors Court when a contractor accidentally struck a two-inch gas main on a home under construction. WFD Spokesman John Barrett said firefighters immediately shut down access to the roadway and evacuated a few

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District rolls out new preschool program By Robert Herrington • robert@youarecurrent.com With the start of the 2012-13 school year, Westfield Washington Schools is opening a new pre-school program called All Aboard and All Aboard Readiness. The programs are designed to emphasize an enriched kindergarten readiness curriculum. “It’s pre-K instruction for children we know are going to kindergarten the next year,” Keever Executive Director of Student Support Programs Cindy Keever said. All of these children will be immersed in the skills necessary to succeed in kindergarten and gain familiarity with an elementary school environment. Keever explained that the program is run by professionals and not teachers. She said elementary principals created a three-page kindergarten readiness checklist the All Aboard and All Aboard Readiness will use as a guide. “The goal is to build the program and have one at each elementary school or adding a third section,” she said. “Then it becomes so naturally

aligned.” Full time and partial week programs are offered to meet both a family’s child care needs and a family’s desire for their child to enter kindergarten the following year well-prepared for school. The full time programs are located within both Maple Glen and Monon Trail elementary schools. Keever said the district is also offering a three day program which will run 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday at Monon Trail Elementary. “With Full Day Kindergarten, some parents don’t want their children gone all day (in preschool),” she said adding the partial week program prevents students from “going from nothing to everything.” All Aboard and All Aboard Readiness programs are open to prekindergarten aged children of WWS families. Children who are eligible must be at least 4 years old by Aug. 31, 2012. For enrollment materials, visit www.wws. k12.in.us/subsite/dist/page/all-aboard-3240. For more information, contact the Student Support Programs Enrollment Support office at 867-8017.

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Allisonville Road ramps entering I-465 closed for 15 days – The Allisonville Road entrance ramp to eastbound I-465 will be closed until approximately Aug. 16. Both exit ramps from I-465 to Allisonville Road (Exit 35) will remain open to right turns.  Westbound I-465 will be able to exit to northbound Allisonville Road, and eastbound I-465 will be able to exit to southbound Allisonville Road.  Traffic is still prohibited from crossing the bridge, which was closed approximately 110 days for reconstruction on May 30. The official detour is as follows: Travel east on 96th Street, south on I-69 and return west on 82nd Street to Allisonville Road. (Submitted photos)

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Amazon John with Silly Safaris talked about the myths of “really dangerous animals” during the final campfire of the 2012 season Aug. 1 at Cool Creek Park, 2000 E. 151st St., Westfield. Families joined around the Cool Creek campfire ring for songs, presentations and marshmallows. Cindy Baney, music educator with Moriah Music, provided the crowd with music. Each campfire, which began June 6 and ended Aug. 1, included special speakers entertaining guests with topics about animals, snakes, birds, turtles and more. The free event was hosted by the Hamilton County Parks Dept. (Photos by Robert Herrington)

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Asa Bales sculpture a reflection on past, present and future By Robert Herrington • robert@youarecurrent.com Passaggio, the new $20,000 sculpture at the Asa Bales Park entrance on Union Street, functions as an entry passageway for residents and visitors, as well as a space to explore and experience the park itself. The work of art also signifies a transition for the city and its artist – Katey Bonar. The name Passaggio references a passageway or turning point in a journey, which brings together the emphasis of the past, present, and future that is explored in this piece. “It’s wonderful for Westfield. It’s transitioning into a future community with art awareness,” she said. “It’s a transition for me into the public sphere. . . It’s been a journey for me to finish the project and my undergrad at the same time.” Bonar, who recently graduated from Herron School of Art and Design, began the sculpture last summer. “My senior year was about this project. It’s the biggest thing I’ve ever made and my first outside piece,” she said. “I’m so thankful for the opportunity. It’s helped me get real world experience in public art which is hard to start out with as an undergraduate.” Melody Jones, Westfield Parks and Recreation Dept. director, announced a few years ago that the Grand Junction Task Group was looking into starting an Art Commission for downtown Westfield. During this process they looked at different ways to display public art. “Herron Art School has a program in place that connects art students with the community to come up with a project to benefit both parties,” she said. “The class came to Westfield for a visit and we went to Herron for a presentation of sculpture ideas the students came up with. Katey’s sculpture was selected.” City officials said Westfield paid for the sculpture. “I think bringing art into the parks is a wonderful idea and it provides a new dimension to the quality of life one can experience in our community,” Jones said. “One of our goals has been to make art a fixture of our community and I believe displaying public art, like our new sculpture and the mural downtown, adds to the community spirit,” added Mayor Andy Cook. “I am thrilled that the Grand Junction chose this piece, not only because of the meaning and interpretation behind it, but because it was created by a local artist, which I believe is vital when displaying public art.” When Herron's Basile Center for Art, Design and Public Life students visited Westfield, Bonar said the city’s history was a focal point for artists. "It was really important for the city that its history be acknowledged. I wanted to 12 | August 7, 2012

Katey Bonar works on her original sculpture, Passaggio, at Asa Bales Park in Westfield. (Submitted photo)

create something that bridged their rich past to the future they are creating,” she said. "Presenting proposals for commission is always really exciting for me. I definitely enjoy putting forth a concept and being able to explain my thought process and inspiration as it relates to a space or idea that the client is very involved in.” Passaggio opens the way into Asa Bales and allows for reflection on what has grown and what can develop in the future. Bonar said all of the visual cues in Passaggio relate to natural visual patterns that reflect time passing: the many concentric ring patterns as growth rings in trees, and the columns' ridges and grooves as eroded landmasses or different stratified geologic forms. The pavilion rings overhead are a way to examine the potential, to look up to the sky as an intangible place and as a possibility for the mapping of what is yet to come. “It’s the future. You can’t reach or touch them,” explained Bonar. “It’s something connected to the path, the journey.” In the two thermoplastic ring groupings on the trail, viewers have the opportunity to trace their history as in a record, and the things that have happened that can be tangibly mapped out through time in a visual representation that can be experienced physically through circumambulation. Current in Westfield

“An art piece such as this in Westfield gives an opportunity for residents to reflect on the past, as well as to examine where they are now, and where they want to be in the future – both collectively and personally,” said Bonar. “Passaggio can serve the city as a new place of cultural growth and reflection, as a means of cultivating conversation, and as a record of the rich history and developing future of Westfield.”

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Opinion Public art? Go for it … carefully

A car is not a babysitter It is our position that children should never be left unattended in an automobile and the community must remain vigilant. The recent rash of incidents involving children being left alone in sweltering vehicles begs the question, “What was the parent thinking?” Ideally, parenting should be a selfless commitment. The reality is that parenting can be very inconvenient at times. Many parents shudder at the thought of chasing toddlers around the grocery store or dread the crying caused by waking a child out of a sound sleep to remove them from the car. Yet, we do it without a lot of hand-wringing because it’s part of being a responsible parent. An automobile should never be used as a babysitter. A locked car is not a safe-haven for children. Leaving a child in automobile is like putting them in an oven-like death trap. It does not even have to be hot outside for the temperature to rapidly escalate inside of a parked car. Is a peaceful shopping experience really worth risking the well-being of your child? The same holds true for pets. If you can’t take them with you, don’t leave them in the car - especially in this summer of record heat.

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It is amazing, really, how static we become as we age. Most of the folks from my generation still refer to “taping” something from television, even though the use of videotape has long been replaced by some digital recording device. Yet, why would we bother to learn the new vernacular? It is almost hard to imagine the number of words that are likely doomed to fade in the coming years. Will we still have car keys in two decades? Will pennies still jingle in our pockets? Will television even exist in any identifiable way, let alone the words used to describe trying to capture it for later review? But it is more than our unwillingness to accommodate modern, more accurate phraseology. So often, we fail to take steps to remain current in our thoughts and actions as we grow older. We cling to outdated and expensive cell phone contracts rather than considering a renegotiation. We refuse to bid our insurance or try a new restaurant for no reason,

other than “knowing” that an old plan is good enough. In a world where change is constant, can we survive without constant change? It is a struggle to stay current. Changing our computers, or cell phones, banks, doctors or service providers for business – they all take effort. They all take thought. And they all take time. So, how do we make it work? Like everything, isn’t it true that slow-and-steady wins the race? Every day, I try to read one article, meet with an expert, or learn about a new-and-better approach to something that I already do. If I’m lucky I can implement once a month, but the knowledge motivates and reduces resistance for whenever the time allows. Regardless, isn’t an open mind to opportunity better than closed?

Public art. We love it. If it’s affordable and inviting, we love it even more. In the end, it becomes part of the city’s enrichment efforts, which aim to benefit the residents and attract businesses to Westfield. Is it compulsory? Not in the least, but an affordable “extra” can’t hurt every now and then. You might know by now that Westfield spent $20,000 for a sculpture at Asa Bales Park. The city commissioned the project through the Herron School of Design and selected the work of an Indiana-native student. You might be aware that your neighbor to the south, Carmel, has seen its share of controversy regarding the volume of pieces of public art on display. Some question any expense for such items, especially with taxpayer money. We have and we still do. The question we ask – one that has not been answered – is, “When is it enough?” In Westfield’s case, however, we find the price tag to be inoffensive, and we believe that in its own way the sculpture, which we’re looking forward to seeing, will add to the quality of life in this city. It could be viewed as an investment, as we all know a good deal of fine art tends to appreciate. It will be interesting to see where this leads the public-art initiative in this city. Our only requests: Respect taxpayer dollars and commission installations judiciously. What are your thoughts, though? Tell us, please, at info@youarecurrent.com. (Our managing editor, Robert Herrington, has a story about the work of art on the cover of today’s edition.) 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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Idiots, bullying and immunization Editor, I try to never get worked up by editorials and responses, but as a pediatrician I am continually frustrated by the banter and information regarding vaccination. I feel like in interest of full disclosure, Dr. Carol Rossetti should have noted in her response to Danielle’s vaccine article that her degree is that of a doctor of naturopathy and parent/grandparent. Danielle Wilson is a mother and humor columnist. This shapes their view of this subject and the way they address it. Rigorous studies show that vaccines are safe and effective. I defend that and recommend them, and I wish that all my patients took my advice. They can be expensive, but they are NOT a big money maker for most offices. In fact, our under/uninsured and Medicaid patient population receive $8 vaccines with no administration charges (the same as at the health department.) Therefore, I take exception to the inference that physicians have a financial reason to vaccinate children with what Carol Rossetti, D.N. (not M.D.) implies are “toxins” in her response. Ugh. In fact, she may have a financial horse in the race by bringing people to complementary and alternative medical treatments – notice she solicited business by adding her e-mail. It is capitalism, after all. Also. . . in regards to bullying. Families make decisions, right or wrong, for themselves. No one is getting bullied by an editorial for goodness sake! But, if you think Danielle is bullying people by trying to get them to vaccinate, you must also need to consider the same from Carol in regards to considering not vaccinating, especially in light of her MULTIPLE anti-vaccine articles in the Current. The schools do make provisions for children who cannot vaccinate due to allergy, medical exemption, or TRUE religious objection, but not just because someone doesn’t want to. If we did not do this, many children per year could and would die from vaccine preventable illness. Hope you all don’t think I am being too much of a bully! Scott Boschee, M.D., 46074

Editor, With her column “Fifty Shades of Gray,” acclaiming the erotica novel of the same name, Danielle Wilson shredded the Current’s decency while demonstrating an astonishing ignorance of the societal damage pornography inflicts. Fact: In a CNN interview with Gail Dines, professor and author of “Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality,” Dines cited an incredible host of ills associated with pornography. Dines went on to say, “… that the more men view pornography, the more difficult it is to have intimate relationships.” Fact: A meta-analysis of 46 published studies by the National Foundation for Family Research and Education cited regular exposure to pornography as causing increased risk of sexually deviant behaviors.

Fact: Member respondents to a survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers stated “an obsessive interest in Internet pornography” as a “significant factor in 56 percent of divorce cases.” As long as Wilson is privileged to share her opinions in a public forum, the public should be privileged to receive facts supporting those beliefs. There is nothing “harmless” or “hilarious” about a billion dollar industry insidiously destroying 40 million of our friends, neighbors, children, wives and husbands. Nor does it demonstrate journalistic integrity for the Current to let any columnist so brazenly state otherwise without providing any real facts to the contrary. Michelle Foley, 46074 F. C. Tucker Company’s

Currentoon not fair representation of Obama’s words Editor, I enjoy Current and look forward to reading it each week, but shame on Tim Campbell for his currentoon (July 24, 2012) and for Current in publishing it. President Obama’s words were taken out of context and are a blatant misrepresentation of what he said. You don’t have to be an Obama fan to know that perpetuating such untruths (on either side of the “aisle”) is harmful to America’s “civil” society. “Current” obviously speaks for the GOP but since it reaches residents of varying views at least keep it clean and true. Julie Carter, 46032

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still working on a cake, and wouldn’t the massage parlor/gazebo make the perfect spot? Feeling slightly better once I realized I could remove the “1-Hour Massages Given Here” sign, and trusting that it would all work out in the end, I successfully kept the panic at bay until t-minus three hours. Maybe I should shower. Why didn’t I bring my defrizz cream? This bra is showing! What the frick am I doing! My daughters calmed me down and found an old deodorant stick for the “something borrowed” bit. When I came downstairs, self-conscious about my hair and dress and tan lines and wondering why on earth I’d thought renewing my vows would be so awesome, Doo looked at me and said, “You look beautiful; maybe we could just take pictures and skip the ceremony?” He was nervous, too! But do it we did. And it was lovely. And affirming. And surprisingly emotional. I honestly think the words meant more to me this time then they did sixteen years ago. In the presence of our kids, Doo’s parents, the governor (AKA, the lastminute officiant), the coordinator, and a tiki bar singer who performed “Rhinestone Cowboy,” we said “I do” again. Happy fortieth to us! Peace out.

My husband and I recently renewed our wedding vows, and as weird as the whole experience turned out to be, I’m so glad we did. Here’s the skinny. To celebrate our fortieth birthdays, Doo wanted to vacation on the beach where we first met… with our four children and his parents. Yeah. Not exactly my idea of a romantic getaway. As any mom can testify, you can’t truly relax if you’re “on duty” the whole time. So, I tried to steer him towards a Belize rainforest package for two, but six airline tickets later, we were committed to “Family Va-cay 2012.” Disappointed, I quickly launched my Plan B: “We’re renewing our vows, babe, since you scheduled this trip over our anniversary. Make peace with it.” He reluctantly agreed. I tracked down a local gal on the internet to help me with the details, and then bought three linen shirts for the boys and two matching sundresses for the girls. That was the extent of my planning. Only, once we arrived, I got caught up in the swimming and snorkeling and quaintness of the small town with dodgy internet service, and fell in Wayne love with sharing this special place with my kids. Brush Script Medium the stroke’s scale when enlarging or shrinking. (Doo had been right!) I didn’t contactKeep my “wedding Danielle Wilson is a contributing planner” until two days before the proposed event. columnist. You may e-mail her at Unfortunately, like in many tropically-hot danielle@currentincarmel.com. locations, logistics move at a much slower pace: She thought she had a minister lined up, she was 14 | August 7, 2012

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Con man Harold Hill (Howard Baetzhold), left, poses as a boys’ band organizer, hoping to sell band instruments and uniforms to local townsfolk before skipping town with the money. In River City, Iowa, librarian and piano teacher Marian Paroo (Jessica Hawkins) begins to fall for Hill after he helps her younger brother overcome his fear of social interactions, despite seeing through his con. (Photos by Jordan FIscher)

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with the Carmel Repertory Theatre. “’The Music Man’ is my all-time favorite musical. It is a timeless story,” said Baetzhold. “One of my favorite aspects is that it was one By Christian Sorrell • christian@youarecurrent.com of the first musicals to have a lot of roles for both women and children.” The show has a very large 47 member cast Last Friday, the Carmel Repertory Theatre kicked off its 2012-2013 season with Meredith ranging from a pair of 7 year old twins to several actors in their 50s. The blend of age ranges Willson’s classic musical “The Music Man.” and genders is one of the unique aspects of a Performed in the Tarkington Theater at Carshow like “The Music Man.” mel’s Center for the Performing Arts, the show “It’s been incredible to work with all promises to be a larger than life journey these actors of all these different ages,” back to turn-of-the-century Iowa. said Baetzhold. “I am so impressed with Sandy Baetzhold, the show’s stage dithe level of talent in this show.” rector, musical director and set designer, With a story and music as iconic as is an Indiana theater veteran. With that of “The Music Man,” Baetzhold over 30 years of experience across both community and professional theater, Baetzhold and the members of the cast face the interesting challenge of staying true to Baetzhold has worked with the Indiathe original while infusing the show with their napolis Civic Theatre, Westfield’s Main Street own distinct flavor. Productions and the Indianapolis Opera Com“We have our own unique take on it. I think the pany. Despite the breadth of her experience in little twist that I’ve given it is to really let the actor’s the area, this is Baetzhold’s first time directing

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Carmel Farmers Market • One of the largest farmers markets in Indiana, the Carmel Farmers Market will feature more than 60 local vendors. • 8 to 11:30 a.m. • Carmel Farmers Market, 1 Center Green, Carmel • Free admission • 710-0162 Fishers Farmers Market • The market showcases more than 35 high-quality vendors offering fresh produce, live goods, bakery items, meat, cheese and handmade gifts. • 8 a.m. to noon • Fishers Farmers Market, 11601 Municipal Dr., Fishers • Free admission • 578-0700 Noblesville Farmers Market • Shop local. Pick up farm-fresh produce, vegetables and much more at the market. • 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. • Riverview Hospital Overflow Parking Lot, Ind. 19 and Ind. 38, Noblesville • Free admission • 776-0205 To submit your event for future editions, please e-mail christian@youarecurrent.com.

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Local senior community holds caregiver relief contest editorial@youarecurrent.com Clare Bridge of Carmel, a Brookdale Senior Living retirement community, is holding an essay contest for caregivers as part of their Caregivers Relief Program. The winner will receive a two-week respite stay at the community for their family member or loved one. To nominate the caregiver and their loved one, tell their story in an essay not exceeding 1,000 words in length. To submit a story or to read the rules and qualifications, visit www.brookdaleliving.com/carefelief. Stories can also be submitted in person at the community, 301 Executive Dr., Carmel. The submitted essays will be judged by an expert panel that will look for creative expression, ability to engage the reader, and examples of the caring relationship between the caregiver and loved one. Caregivers, family members and friends are encouraged to submit nominations. Nominations will be accepted through September 30. For more information, call Janice A. Pegues, executive director at Clare Bridge, at 580-0389. www.currentinwestfield.com

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Andrew Luck, as the new kid in town, has the daunting task of filling the shoes of a legendary quarterback and simultaneously recreating the Indianapolis Colts as a winning franchise. Heralded as a champion before even taking the field, Luck is guaranteed a certain degree of success and failure. With Luck, journalists not only have a fresh story, but they will have hundreds of clichés, puns and adages using the words “luck” and “lucky” at their disposal. From this point on, every story associated with the Colts will have an element of “luck” to it. Of course, very little of Luck’s success will depend on actual “luck.” Almost his entire life, Luck has been relentlessly training and preparing to take the stage in ways that fans do not and cannot fathom. His success will occur, if at all, because of years of physical and mental preparation, one step and one day at a time. When he takes the field, Luck will succeed only as well as he has prepared. Successful companies follow a similar pattern as Andrew Luck. Business success is built and maintained through years of planning and

preparation, one step and one day at a time. The consuming public is unaware of the cost and effort that lead to success. Like Colts fans on game day, consumers expect an outstanding performance and a winning product or service every time, regardless of what it takes. Luck would admit that his preparation and ultimate success depends on selecting and trusting excellent trainers and coaches to teach fundamentals and to develop winning techniques and strategies. Similarly, successful businesses choose and utilize a close group of professional, trusted advisors that contribute to making and delivering the ultimate product or service. Like Luck on game day, businesses will face difficult challenges, but the planning and preparation will cause them to avert or mitigate any adverse consequences and to achieve a higher degree of success. The success may seem like “luck,” but it isn’t. David Cain works at Magnitude, a sales and marketing company. Contact David at David.Cain@ MarketMagnitude.com.

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One of the most anticipated “surprises” in traveling is at the end of the siq, the narrow sandstone split that leads to Petra. After walking more than a mile between walls so high that only a sliver of sky can be seen, the tall façade of the “Treasury of the Pharaoh” suddenly appears, hewn from the cliff face and glowing pink in the sun. Pockmarks in the stone urn above the classic portico reflect the unsuccessful efforts of local Bedouins to get the gold they say the Pharaoh stored there after chasing the Israelites all the way from Egypt. Other legends say the rock Moses struck to get water is along the siq and the grave of Aaron is somewhere nearby. Although Moses and Aaron may have been close, there was never any money in the Treasury and the Pharaoh of the Exodus missed Petra by almost a thousand years. Petra was founded about 400 B.C. by the Nebateans at the center of the caravan routes then crisscrossing the Middle East. The “Treasury”

was actually the tomb for a Nebatean king. A second impressive façade called the “Monastery,” reached by climbing steps through steep mountains, was another tomb. Petra has so many elaborately carved tombs that some people have speculated it was a city of the dead, reserved for burials and religious ceremonies. However, Petra probably was home to 30,000 people, protected from enemies by the siq and nurtured by a system that captured water from flash floods. Petra was recently named one of the new Seven Wonders of the World and is definitely worth the trip. But don’t expect to find the impressive rooms and statues behind the Treasury’s façade shown in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Like the gold in the urn and the rock struck by Moses, they exist only in the imagination. Don Knebel works for Barnes & Thornburg LLP and lives near Zionsville. You may contact him at editorial@youarecurrent.com. For the full column and more photos, visit currentzionsville.com.

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A room without a view Commentary by Bob Walters

To create Day 1 of Creation, God said, “Let there be light.” And there was light. That’s Genesis 1, verse 2. But, it’s not until verse 14, on Day 4, that God creates the sun and the stars – the things that make light. So, what gives? How was there light before there was light? It’s an easy one, really. The “light” first created in Genesis is God’s light; the light of the world that divided the darkness. And that light is Jesus Christ, the son of the father. The sun and the stars are evidence of God’s glory; Jesus Christ is God’s glory. It’s not unusual for people with only a casual knowledge of the Bible to think that Jesus Christ was a new idea; God’s Plan B for New Testament salvation after the wrath, sin, mayhem, and failure of the Old Testament. No, Christ is an old, eternal hand. The Christian confession of Christ is best encapsulated, I think, in John 1:1-14. It lyrically tells us that Christ – also called the Logos, or Word of God – was not only there in the beginning; in fact, the Logos made everything. These are Christian basics. Secular skeptics and more than a few “Christian” preachers and congregations conveniently skip over this very important truth that Jesus is the Word of God, the light of the World (John 8:12), and the way, and the truth, and the life for all who seek

a relationship with God. I bring up “light” and the primacy of Christ because it’s a fairly common thing for outsiders and non-believers to accuse Christians of wearing “religious blinders” when answering questions about their faith. Those who either don’t understand or are hostile to the idea of God, Christ, salvation, truth, scripture, right, wrong, evil, etc., often can’t understand an honest answer because they don’t understand their own question. “Blinders” suggests a lack of light for Christians, which I think is the opposite of the truth. For example, “Who gets into heaven? Does Ghandi? Does a murderer?” The answer is not binary, and I’m not wearing blinders to say: 1. I trust God with all that; 2. It’s truly not for me to say; 3. Christianity isn’t centered on heaven – it’s centered on the glory of Jesus Christ; and 4. If you don’t believe in heaven to start with – or Jesus or the Bible – why would you care who goes there? Christianity is illuminated by the entire light of the entire world. Those who try to find truth without that light have a room without much of a view. Bob Walters (rlwcom@aol.com) cites G.K. Chesterton’s “Orthodoxy” or C.S. Lewis’s “Mere Christianity” as pitch perfect books on Christianity written by former atheists.

Homemade butter in a jar Commentary by Ashley Phipps

As this crazy hot summer continues to keep us indoors more often than I’d like, I have been trying to find some simple, inexpensive and fun activities for my children and I to do together. We always love creating with food, so we decided to break out of our normal sweet food routine and go for something a little more savory. We decided to make our own Homemade Butter. Don’t worry. You won’t need a churn. Just a few simple things you probably already have in your home! You will need: • heavy cream (as much as you want, the more cream, the more butter you will make!) • pinch of salt (optional) • marble • jar or other tight sealing container  First, you will take your heavy cream and pour it into a jar with a pinch of salt. (I used a plastic freezer jam jar, but any tight sealing jar or container will work.) Add the marble. And then shake it vigorously. Keep shaking. And shake some more. Be sure to involve your children in this part! After about 15 minutes of shaking, the sides of your jar will start to become clean. And after another 5 minutes of shaking or so,

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Leonardo DaVinci said, “Details make perfection, and perfection is not a detail.” It is proven over and over that the little things can matter most – especially when it comes to decorating. When a space has a good structure, but lacks the panache needed to turn your head, it might just be lacking finishing touches. Sometimes small changes and tweaks can add energy and style to your room. • One of the easiest is to update with pillows. Consider shapes other than the 18x18 square. One of my favorites is the ballshaped pillow! • These same pillows can announce a new color palette. The drama of a monochromatic room that features a piece of art bursting with color can be softened with a couple of the hues in the pillow fabric. • Remove art prints under glass and replace with original art…even if you need to be the artist! Glass is reserved for photos, pen and ink, and watercolor. • Frame a handwritten note from a loved one. • Change an area rug or pull it up to expose hardwood or tile floors. • Put your lighting on a dimmer for a more ambient atmosphere. • Overlap and layer empty frames painted in bold accent colors. • Remove tired towel racks and replace with hooks. Drape thick, new towels over the hooks for a textural difference. • Replace fussy accessories with ones that are clean-lined in bold, solid colors. • Lean your artwork rather than hanging it for a way to easily move it later. • Consider cowhides as rugs for a dramatic statement. • Add some chevron pattern to your decorating for a trendy look.

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Across 1. Recurring theme 6. Nada 11. Mail Boxes ___ 14. Unaccompanied at a Colts game 15. La Mie Emilie farewell 16. youarecurrent.com, for one 17. Squiggle in a Fishers HS Spanish class 18. Indy bookstore: Barnes & ___ 19. Vine & Table caviar 20. July 4 or December 25, e.g. 22. Crimson landing place for Santa (2 wds.) 24. Egyptian snake 25. Indy 500 entry 26. Letter carriers’ org. 27. Children’s Museum haunted house sound 30. Chateau Bijou Salon, e.g. 32. Zionsville Farmers Market sweet potato 34. White River Stables feedbag morsel 35. ‘60s jacket at Broad Ripple Vintage 37. Guerin Catholic HS pitcher’s bagful 41. Cole Porter song: “Just One Of ___ Things”

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