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Chamber Annual Awards Banquet accepting reservations – The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce now is accepting reservations for its annual awards banquet Jan. 25 at the Palomino Ballroom. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. and will feature a cocktail hour, silent auction, keynote speaker, dinner and an awards ceremony. Tickets are $40 for chamber members and $50 for non-members. To register, contact the chamber at 873-3836.

Cub Scout Pack 105 assembles 105 care packages – Newly formed Cub Scout Pack 105 shipped 105 care packages as holiday gifts to Indiana National Guard soldiers currently deployed in Afghanistan. The care packages assembled by the more than 100 Cub Scouts that make up Pack 105 at Union Elementary School in Zionsville contain snacks, magazines, books and personal care items. Each Scout also included a handwritten note of gratitude for the soldier’s service. On the night the Scouts assembled the care packages, long-time Zionsville resident and World War II veteran, Floyd Schultz, shared stories about his experiences on D-Day and at the Battle of the Buldge. Schultz thanked the Scouts for their service to others and told them how very special it is for soldiers overseas to receive care packages from home. “Schultzy is a true American hero and a living legacy of the Greatest Generation,” Pack 105 Cubmaster Tom Sugar said. “Our mission in Pack 105 is to partner with our parents to help build better boys and good men who can become the next great generation for our country.”

Tragedy strikes Zionsville High School senior Dean R. Barrett

According to an obituary prepared by Flanner and Buchanan Funeral Center in Zionsville, Barrett had been accepted to Indiana University Dean Ryan Barrett, 18, of Zionsville, died Jan. 2. He was born on Dec. 24, 1994, in In- but planned to participate in a nine-month mission trip with Passport Adventure Missions dianapolis, to Brian Paul and Michelle Joan before beginning college. The trip (Bartick) Barrett. He was a senior at would have taken him to three counZionsville Community High School. tries all over the world. He loved parThe Hamilton County Sheriff’s ticipating in sports and enjoyed swimDept. is investigating Barrett’s death ming, football, lacrosse, basketball, and after he died at St. Vincent’s Hospital snowboarding. Barrett’s true passions in Indianapolis. Barrett had spent the were his family, friends and his faith. night with a friend in the Home Place Barret He attended Zionsville Presbyterian area and when the friend awoke, he Church and Eagle Church. found Barrett unresponsive, according to A vigil was held in his honor last Thursday police reports. The friend took Barrett to the night in the parking lot of Zionsville High hospital, but shortly after arriving at the hosSchool, and a celebration of Barrett’s life was pital, Barrett was pronounced dead by they held Saturday at Eagle Church in Whitesemergency room physician. town. Memorials may be made to the Dean “This is an on-going investigation, and we Barrett Passport Adventure Missions Scholarwon’t know the cause of death until the autopsy and toxicology information is obtained,” ship Fund, c/o Old National Bank, 385 S. deputy Bryant Orem of the Hamilton County Main St., Zionsville, IN 46077. Messages for Sheriff’s Dept., said. “At this time, there are no the family can be left online at criminal charges pending against anyone.”

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Christmas tree recycling no longer available at Starkey Park – The Zionsville Park Board has discontinued the practice of recycling trees at Starkey Park. Limited department budgets have made this service no longer economical and there are now several local businesses that offer no-charge tree recycling. The Boone County Solid Waste District recommends several locations for Christmas tree recycling: • Boone County Resource Recovery – 985 US 421, Zionsville 769-4223 • GreenCycle of Indiana – 4227 Perry Worth Road, Whitestown 769-5668 (No charge for Recycling) • Worman Enterprises – 10150 Zionsville Road, Zionsville 8734939 (No charge for Recycling) • Rays Recycling Center – 6251 S. Indianapolis Road (334 & I-65), Whitestown 769-2026 (No charge for Recycling)

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SullivanMunce Cultural Center Announces new photography exhibition – The SullivanMunce Cultural Center will host art exhibition “Little Kings” by Zionsville artist Chris Bucher, on Jan. 19. The artist’s reception will be held Feb. 1. The exhibition and February artist reception are free and open to the public. The exhibition will continue through Feb. 23. Zionsville Community Night to be held at Butler University – Several Zionsville organizations are partnering with Butler University Athletics to organize a Zionsville Community Night on Jan. 26. The event will include a Butler University men’s basketball game against the Temple Owls. Tipoff is at 6 p.m. For more information and to buy tickets, visit Zion Nature Center’s January programs continue – The Zion Nature Center’s programs for January are now available for registration. Classes are for all ages (children through adults) and are scheduled throughout the month. For more information see or contact or call 873-8950. Grammar Guy – As the calendar turns to 2013, columnist Jordan Fischer writes about his good grammar resolutions. His three goals include proofreading, using fewer parenthetical statements and ferreting out common, yet pernicious, word misuses. To read how Fischer will accomplish his goals – which can be yours as well – visit The ‘in’ color – Columnist Vicky Earley has the scoop on PANTONE® 17-5641 Emerald. The 2013 Color of the Year is a radiant green that sparkles like its namesake gem. Earley says you’ll expect to find this precious gemstone color most commonly used in interior decorating in small pops of brilliant color against neutral backdrops. “Only the bold will go forward with entire rooms painted in this luminous shade,” she writes. Spirituality – Columnist Bob Walters explains the meaning of holy, righteous and blessed. “Holy, righteous, and blessed: three good things that I want to be, that I want for those I love, that I want for the entire world. Who doesn’t?” he writes. “But what are we really talking about? Do these words mean what we think they mean? Is this really what we want?” To find out, visit

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I remember Reddi Wip Commentary by Ward Degler

Johnson Local resident, J Webb Johnson, publishes “The Nine” – J Webb Johnson, Zionsville, has recently published his first novel, “The Nine,” which he describes as a “coming of age fantasy.” Johnson was born and raised in Zionsville and has lived all around Indianapolis. He writes articles, reviews, and essays for a variety of websites. His new book is currently sold in digital format, on the Kindle and Nook stores, with the print edition due out in mid-January. More information can be found at

I had 24 slices of pumpkin pie between Christmas and New Years, and used one entire 14-ounce can of Reddi Wip. Obviously, I love pumpkin pie, and I have a very special fondness for Reddi Wip. This love affair dates back to Thanksgiving day 1948. Just a few days earlier, a brand new, whiz-bang product hit the grocery shelves. It was called Reddi Wip, and everybody wanted it. We were among the lucky ones to get a can. Bear in mind, this was new technology. No one before had tried to put whipped cream into an aerosol can. My uncle was visiting from Indiana that year and was seated at the head of the table where he had the honor of carving the turkey, passing the green beans and dispensing the Reddi Wip onto slices of pumpkin pie. Since it was such a special occasion, he actually stood up and took a bow before flipping off the cap and pointing the nozzle toward the first slice of pie. Nothing happened. He tried again and still nothing happened. That was when, as he recalled it later, he departed from common sense and turned the nozzle toward his face so he could see what was wrong. This time when he pressed the nozzle, it broke off inside the can and a giant whipped cream volcano erupted into his face, up across the ceiling, down the wall on the other side of the room, and ultimately onto the floor where our unsuspecting dog was napping. I don’t remember what happened after that, but I know we found traces of whipped cream throughout the room for weeks afterward. A couple months later, Dad saw an item in the newspaper that said Reddi Wip had introduced a redesigned nozzle on its cans of whipped cream.



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Walmart will be a good neighbor and economic boost Commentary by David Reitnauer We appreciate the opportunity to present the plan for the new Walmart at Bennett Parkway and Michigan Road. Walmart will be a good neighbor providing day-to-day shopping and keeping Zionsville and Boone County shopping dollars inside the community. Walmart has a strong reputation for being an integral part of the communities we serve. In 2012 alone, Walmart contributed more than $1 million to Hoosier charitable organizations, including our support for the Zionsville Lions Club 9/11 remembrance ceremonies. The new store will be 156,000 square feet and includes design features to complement the look and feel of the Village. It will have a product selection reflecting the choices of Zionsville-area customers. This store will be a major economic benefit to Zionsville and Boone County. The construction costs reflect a $30-million investment with 300 direct and indirect construction worker jobs who will spend money in and around Zionsville. Once open, in property taxes alone, the new store represents a $750,000 increase for Zionsville. The store will employ 300 associates

and will recapture approximately $20 million in sales that Zionsville and Boone County residents now spend at other central Indiana Walmart and Sam’s Clubs. Questions have been raised in Zionsville community meetings about the future of the 86th Street store. The 86th Street store serves a different market than the proposed Zionsville store, and it will not close. We have invested more than $4 million in renovations in the past two years at this store. There is much more I could tell you about the value Walmart will bring to our community. I invite you to visit our corporate website: www. to find more information about our company, our community contributions, and our global commitment to sustainability. We look forward to working with Zionsville leaders and residents, and contributing to the success of the Village.

David Reitnauer is a guest columnist and Zionsville resident. He serves as vice president and regional general manager for Walmart.

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Peace Through Yoga studio opens in Zionsville By Julie Osborne •

It’s that time of year again. Time to start that diet and head to the gym. But, a new Zionsville business offers another option – yoga. Peace Through Yoga, located on the corner of 106th Street and Zionsville Road next to Nana’s Flowers, opened its second yoga studio in November. With its first location on Eagle Creek, this new studio in Zionsville offers 25 different classes, ranging from beginners to advanced, to help with those New Year’s resolutions. “People think yoga is Bassett about flexibility but it also includes strength building, endurance and balance along with learning to quiet the mind and find inner peace,” according to Sally Brown Bassett, owner of Peace through Yoga. Classes range from Vinyasa, Power Yoga, Beginners’, Slow Flow, Gentle, Kundalini, Meditation, Yoga for Stress Reduction, Kids, and Teen as well as special workshops. “Yoga continues to be one of the fastest growing activities in the United States and, after ten years, we are thrilled to be opening a second studio, especially in Zionsville,” Bassett said. “In

Sally Bassett demonstrates a side plank the fast-paced society that we live in, yoga truly is a way to find peace, balance, and focus.” Bassett takes yoga seriously and around the world. As the former president/CEO of Ambassadair Travel Club, she has traveled to more than 130 countries and currently hosts international yoga retreats. There are two trips this spring, one to Costa Rica, Feb. 2 through 9, and another to India, Feb. 24 through March 9.

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“These international yoga retreats are mixed with adventure and service work to destinations like Costa Rica and India,” Bassett said. “There’s nothing like yoga in the rainforest!” In Costa Rica, Peace Through Yoga started a library/English center. “We’re now up to 1,000 books and have hired an English teacher in a rural area where children have no income for uniforms or books so they are not able to go to school,” Bassett said. “We teach them English which changes their future and breaks the poverty cycle since it’s a country geared toward tourism.” Although she has traveled the world, her heart and home remain in Zionsville. “I totally love it here. The town to me is magical. I live minutes from the village, and I have been thinking of opening the studio for several years,” Bassett said. Peace through Yoga Eagle Creek celebrated its 10th Anniversary last week, and Bassett hopes her new studio on Main Street will have the same success and bring in more local residents. “Yoga in general is still a hidden secret to the residents of Zionsville, and I hope they will discover this practice that can be life-long,” Bassett said.

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Board of Zoning Appeals meeting - Today at 6:30 p.m., the Board of Zoning Appeals will hold its monthly meeting at Town Hall in the Bev Harves Room. Board of Parks & Recreation meeting - On Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., the Parks & Recreation Board will hold its monthly meeting at Town Hall in the Bev Harves Room. Zionsville Redevelopment Commission (RDC) - On Monday at 6:30 p.m., there will be a special meeting of the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission at Town Hall in the Community Room. Economic Development Commission (EDC) - On Jan. 16 at 7:00 p.m., the Economic Development Commission will hold its monthly meeting at Town Hall in the Community Room.

ZHS students reach out to Sandy Hook Elementary – Zionsville High School students in photography and digital design classes wrote letters to Sandy Hook Elementary School expressing their sympathy and support. Pictured are: Bottom Row – Erica Becker, 12, Ally Bryant, 10, Victoria Tozzi, 10. Top Row – Annie Koontz, 10, Mr. Dehner, Emily Nelson, 11, Kiersten Nelson, 10, Cole Clements, 12

Zionsville’s Off Main Street Players holding auditions – Zionsville’s Off Main Street Players will hold open auditions for Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday. Auditions will be held at Zionsville Town Hall, 1100 West Oak St., in the Community Room on Sunday and the Bev Harves Room on Monday.

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Zionsville mom Shannon Watts takes on NRA and urges Congress to act on gun control By Julie Osborne •

“I, as a mom, refuse to live in a society like this,” Watts said. “We can’t let profit drive the conversation about what we do about gun control. It has to be common sense.” She is also aware of past shootings, such as Columbine, where 15 people were killed and 23 wounded, despite having an armed guard on duty that day. “It would be tragic to see teachers with handguns and armed guards at schools,” Watts said. “We should try to decelerate, not accelerate, the use of handguns in schools. We are not a militarized zone. We need simple, common sense solutions, not more guns.”

One mom from Zionsville had to do something. Her tears, anger and disillusionment over the Sandy Hook tragedy turned to action with an appeal to moms nationwide to unite to stop the violence created by guns, specifically assault weapons. With one question on her mind, “What can I do?” Shannon Watts created a Facebook page and “One Million Moms for Gun Control” was born. With a goal to be modeled after Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the mission of One Million Moms for Gun Control is to be an organization that helps strengthen and monitor gun control laws. “We can do something this time if we join together as a powerful lobby of our own, made up of moms. We cannot let another mass shooting go by without acting. Newtown is like any town. If it can happen in Newtown, it can happen in Zionsville,” Watts said.

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From Facebook Page to National Spotlight

From this one Facebook page created on Dec. 14, the word spread quickly. Groups of women on both coasts contacted Watts to offer support. One woman, Kim Russell, a shooting victim from New York, became the local chapter leader and now is overseeing all chapters nationwide. The next wave of help came from the opposite coast, where a San Francisco group provided pro bono legal services and helped establish its not-for-profit, 5014c status, approved on Dec. 26. That designation identifies the group as not organized for profit but operated exclusively for the promotion of social welfare. Brian Masck of Media Cafe Online also joined the effort, volunteering to create and maintain the group’s website along with BlastRoots, a grassroots organization which creates petitions, letters, and Tweets to the White House, members of Congress, and the NRA. As of Dec. 3, there were more than 17,000 Facebook supporters and 75 local chapters established. She attributes the success to the passion and unique skills of moms. “Pulling together the skills of moms - being organized, building coalitions, protecting,” Watts said. “When you bring together these skills all over the country it becomes an unstoppable force.”

Shannon Watts and husband, John, at their home in Zionsville.

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Obstacle - The Big Guns

Despite their passion, commitment and momentum, this “unstoppable force” has several obstacles ahead, one being the powerful National Rifle Association (NRA). “We needed 5014c (designation) to raise money to fight the NRA. We have to fight fire with fire. The NRA is a very powerful lobby. With 4 milllion members, they have a lot of money and a lot of influence,” Watts said. In response to the Sandy Hook tragedy, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre in a statement on Dec. 21 declared, “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun ... I call on Congress today to act immediately, to appropriate whatever is necessary to put armed police officers in every school.”

Hometown: Born in Rochester, NY; attended high school in San Diego and Plano, Texas Education: University of Missouri Previous Work Experience: Vice president of communications, WellPoint. Also, experience in communications at Fleishman-Hillard, Monsanto and General Electric. The NRA also offered its services and expertise to make it happen: “As America’s preeminent trainer of law enforcement and security personnel for the past 50 years, (NRA) is ready, willing and uniquely qualified to help.” Watts and many others, especially residents of Newtown, were outraged by the NRA’s response, especially since the NRA clearly supports the proliferation of guns and has a vested financial stake in it.

Just a few weeks into their efforts, an executive team, strategic plan, board of directors and other foundational components for the newly formed organization are being discussed. Watts and her team are already getting the attention of Washington and, on Jan. 3, a social media campaign was launched and Congress was urged to consider a new bill by Rep. Diana DeGette (DColo.) and Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.). Watts also wants existing legislation revisited and updated, such as the Second Amendment, as it was developed in the late 1700s when muskets were used and military assault weapons of today were not on the radar. “This terrible tragedy and the NRA’s reaction to it woke a busy giant (Moms), 80 million moms,” Watts said. “We are not a one and done organization. We are going to be a grassroots organization that is constantly putting pressure on legislators at the federal and state level to create new and stronger gun control laws.” Although she never planned to be an activist, this stay-at-home mom has a simple goal and big plans for the future. “Our goal is to create a safer country where we know we can send our kids out of our arms and into our schools, shopping malls, and theatres and know they are ok,” Watts said. “I look forward to when we can change our name to 10 Million Moms for Gun Control.”

How you can help: Join the national organization at www. Join the Greater Indianapolis chapter, led by Andrea Spiegelberg, by going to www.facebook. com/OneMillionMomsForGunControlInIndianapolis. *The organization is a 501c4 and donations can be made on the website or the national Facebook page.

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“We are committed to enacting common sense gun control laws in America. We are unaffiliated with any organization or political party. We were independently founded on 12/14/12, and we are wholly dependent upon volunteerism to further our work.”

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Colts Strong It is our position that the Indianapolis Colts earning an AFC playoff berth is the feel-good story of the year. What started out as a season full of controversial player and management changes seemed all but doomed when new head coach Chuck Pagano was diagnosed with Leukemia early in the season. Immediately, fans put aside any animosity and Payton Manning withdrawal to channel their positive energy toward the healing of Coach Pagano. This ground-swelling effort took the form of the “Chuck Strong” campaign. The Colts organization led the way supporting blood drives, fundraisers and education efforts on Leukemia – complete with shaved heads in an empathetic sign of solidarity. Offensive coordinator/interim coach Bruce Arians, a cancer survivor, boldly vowed to extend the season to allow the return of a healthy Coach Pagano. Thanks to the outstanding efforts of Coach Arians, an emotionally-charged team led by rookie quarterback Andrew Luck and a dedicated fan base, the promise was fulfilled. Not-to-be forgotten are the accomplishments of General Manager Ryan Grigson who seemingly hit all the right buttons at all the right times. Among the dark clouds cast on 2012 by economic woes and national tragedies, thanks to the Indianapolis Colts, the game of football has warmed our hearts.

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Hey, Washington: It’s the spending, stupid!

Unintended intentions Commentary by Terry Anker

As Washington continues its financial debates, we are befuddled by our sophisticated “adult” methods of problem-solving. We say one thing while doing another. We do one thing while saying another. Of course, these paradoxes are driven by all manner of constraint – time, money, skill and even direct self-deception. Why do we encourage folks in public prison to read the Bible and attend church but prohibit them from doing the same while attending public schools? Why do we forbid ourselves from actions that would atrophy and spark dependency with wild animals in public parks while we fail to do the same to protect millions of able-bodied Americans trapped in the death-spiral of a life on the public dole? As a college student decades ago, I visited Mexico and first encountered urban poverty. Yet, I was admonished by the chaperones to avoid giving money – even the smallest amount – to the scores of children begging on the streets. To be compassionate (and make myself

feel good) by tossing a few bucks into the basket would, I was told, create incentives, keeping the children out of the free Mexican education system and ensuring poverty for generations to come. If I indulged my instinct to ease the perceived suffering, then I was actually perpetrating a much greater harm. They instructed, give to institutions not to people! Were there cases where an individual child was in real need? Of course – human suffering is a part of being human. Yet, could I, in attempting to assuage the pain of one, actually lead to the pain of many?  In all the season’s greetings and all the spending, it remains important that we measure our generosity by outcomes as much as by intentions. But, can a generous intention ever be bad with the unintended consequences made not pertinent?

We’re sure you’re as tired of reading this as we are of writing it: The GOP caves in, again. As everyone knows, the so-called “fiscal cliff” was “avoided” by a typical, kick-the-can-downthe-road approach by our legislative giants in Washington, D.C. Instead, we should kick those “leaders” out, starting with John Boehner (R-Ohio), speaker of the U.S House of Representatives, who continues to try to compete with President Barack Obama on who can lead the least. We say they’re both winners in that department. We’ve often said that the GOP should just shut down, as only late-night comedians would miss the party. However, we think a better approach for the nation is to shut down the Democratic party, leaving the GOP as is, which guarantees the existence of a liberal party. We then create a conservative party, which can help legislate common-sense solutions to our fiscal problems. Hey, Washington: It’s the spending, stupid. ••• We trust you had a wonderful holiday season and have returned to the normalcy of everyday work and life. At least we hope that’s the case. As the calendar page has turned, we’re looking for opportunities at Current to tell you more of what you need to know about your community. And, as this is your newspaper, we still have the door wide open to your suggestions. If you funnel everything to, we’ll make sure it gets into the proper hands. ••• Certain holidays, as you might know, bring a shift in our delivery day, so with the approaching Martin Luther King Day (a Monday postal holiday on Jan. 21,) Current will deliver on Jan. 19. Brian Kelly, publisher, and Steve Greenberg, general manager, are co-owners of Current Publishing, LLC. Write them at info@

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Love is greater than like

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This lesson became clear to me, not only from my teenager recently but years earlier from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his sermon titled, “I love you AND I like you, Mom,” she said “Loving your Enemies.” In it, he explains the out of the blue. What? Where did THAT come difference between like and love with his profrom? We weren’t shopping, she wasn’t making wisdom: a plea for a last-minute I loved her on that early drive phetic “‘Love your enemy.’ sleepover, and Christmas was over so there was to school, but I didn’t like her And it’s significant that he does not say, ‘Like no hope for additional at all when the silence was your enemy’... There gifts. Nope. The words are a lot of people that came without warning broken by that annoying, I find difficult to like. I and without an agenda. very odd music on her iPod. don’t like what they do Words that made me to me. I don’t like what they say about me and smile and caused me to pause and ponder this other people. I don’t like their attitudes. I don’t profound wisdom. How wonderful it felt to be like some of the things they’re doing. I don’t loved, but especially liked, by my 16-year old like them. But Jesus says love them. And love is daughter! I liked her too, at that moment. But, greater than like.” I must admit, sometimes I didn’t like her so I agree. Love your enemies, love your friends, much. There were days when I didn’t like her love your neighbors, love even those strange behavior, her attitude, nor her style choices. relatives (especially now that they’re gone) and But, despite our differences, I always loved her, especially love your kids even if you don’t like unconditionally. I loved her on that early drive to school, but I them at times. Now that school is back in sesdidn’t like her at all when the silence was broken sion it should be a lot easier! by that annoying, very odd music on her iPod. We were not morning compatible, we decided Julie Osborne is the managing editor later. But, right now, she liked me, and I liked of Current in Zionsville. You may her, too. It was not morning. It was a good day, e-mail her at julie@youarecurrent. so I was savoring the moment. Who knew what com. tomorrow would bring?

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New Year’s resolutions – again Commentary by Danielle Wilson

I’ve made it another year, and per my usual M.O., I will now share with you, my adoring public, my New Year’s resolutions. I first did this in 2009, and while a bit frightening to share one’s goals with a few thousand strangers, I found I did a much better job of actually meeting some of those goals that year. 2012 was no different, and though I never got around to painting the family room and still didn’t spend as much time at night with my kids as I’d hoped, I was able to finally get that book published (still available for the incredibly low, low price of $14.95 at!) I also found the patience to ignore the pig sty that occasionally poses as our house. So here’s the list for 2013 ... please feel free to mock, judge, and place bets at my expense. 1. Paint the family room. We have now been in our home for three winters, and yet our main floor living space is still a bright shade of sun-shiney yellow. (Maybe I don’t want to be happy this morning!) Do I fear commitment, or am I just plain lazy? Perhaps both, but this baby is going atop the list in 2013. 2. Swear less. I make this a resolution every single year and rarely see any progress. I admit to a potty mouth, but can’t seem to clean it up. So, damn it, I will try yet

again, for the sake of my children and Baby Jesus. 3. Make new friends. Doo is always encouraging me to be more social, though I truly am happy most nights sitting in a comfy chair with a good book. This year I’m going to squelch that anxiety that creeps up on me whenever I enter a new social environment and actually force myself to meet people! I don’t want to end up a lonely geriatric with cats, no matter how delicious the smut Nora Roberts turns out. 4. Appreciate my children for who they are, especially my oldest daughter. I frequently find myself critiquing everything from her hairstyle to her clothing choices, and generally for no reason other than I’m in a bad mood. She’s beautiful and interesting in her own way, and I love that she is confident enough to steer away from the mainstream. 5. Drink less soda. I’m hoping to obtain my caffeine fix through more natural channels like tea and Lindt truffles. Happy New Year to you, and good luck with your own resolutions! Peace out.

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The Rat Pack’s iconic legacy swings into Booth Tarkington By Mark Johnson •

Eyes” together, with Pratt choreographing Act I and Hochoy creating Act II. For Hochoy, the Timewarp! Destination: the Swingin’ ’60s. It mystique of the Rat Pack held fond memories. “Growing up in Trinidad,” Hochoy was a time of fast cars, trendy clothes, recalled, “I watched Dean Martin on cool guys and hip lingo. No other television. He was such a great, allgroup or individual better embodied around entertainer. They were all great the era than the Rat Pack: Frank Sinaentertainers, who had a great time. Those tra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., guys were just so hip and so stylish!” Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop. Marketing Director Paul Hansen Each member was a star in his own Hochoy agreed. right, yet, together, they forged a new “I feel like the Rat Pack never left our culidentity, and reached new heights and new auditural consciousness,” he laughed, referring ences. Whether performing on television, playto the Rat pack revival of the 1990s. “It was ing to sold out crowds at the Sands hotel in Las a very sophisticated era. Everything was hip Vegas, or starring in such films as “Ocean’s 11” and “Robin and the 7 Hoods,” the Rat Pack was and sleek, and the audiences were made up of young hipsters. It was very cool time for the immensely popular with ’60’s audiences. people who were around when the Rat Pack Audiences will have an opportunity to exwas at its peak.” perience part of the Rat Pack’s legacy at 7 p.m. The idea for the show stemmed from a longJan. 18 and 2 and 7 p.m. Jan. 19 when Dance desired project with Sinatra as the centerpiece. Kaleidoscope presents “Old Blue Eyes: Frank “I’m also a huge Sinatra fan,” Hochoy said. Sinatra and the Rat Pack” at Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, 3 Center Green, Carmel. Dance “It started as a suggestion to me and Cynthia. But there were just so many songs that we Kaleidoscope, the Indianapolis-based dance agreed that Cynthia would do the Rat Pack company, is celebrating its 41st season and songs, and I would do the Sinatra songs.” will make its Carmel Premiere with “Old Blue The next challenge was deciding which SinaEyes.” The show, presented in two acts, will tra songs would be featured. feature a unique approach: dance numbers set “There were just so many songs,” said Hoto the music made famous by the Rat Pack. choy. “Frank Sinatra was such a great crooner. “It was a very magical time,” DK Artistic Almost all of the songs were ballads. So, the Director David Hochoy said. “It speaks of challenge was to narrow it down, but still have another time, a time when we were less jaded. a lot of variety. And we’ve done that. Act I is That is what the show is all about. It is very uplifting, very high spirits. It’s a feel-good show very sexy and sultry, while Act II is very Broadand very cheerful. These days we need as much way. Each song is its own world. These are songs that the audiences go nuts for, and will cheer as we can get.” really blow the audience into hyperspace.” Hochoy and Cynthia Pratt put “Old Blue

Act I will feature standards such as “Fly Me to the Moon,” “Mambo Italiano,” and “Ain’t that a Kick in the Head,” while Act II will have such Sinatra classics as “Come Fly with Me,” “The Lady is a Tramp” and, of course, “New York, New York,” which represented another challenge for Hochoy. “I wanted to do the song without any Rockettes-styled kicks,” he laughed. “Absolutely, no kicks!” “These are definitely the songs that draw me back in,” Hansen said. “And the performers are all incredible, the singers, the dancers, the choreographers. I’m really very proud of all of them and the way it has been put together. This is also an opportunity to introduce DK to a whole new group of people.” Hansen is also pleased with the new venue. “We’re in a very comfortable element here,” he said of Tarkington. “This is a great space and a wonderful place for the audience! It’s a great facility with a very comforting backstage atmosphere. It really feels like family here.”

The Basics What: “Old Blue Eyes: Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack” Where: Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, 3 Center Green, Carmel When: 7 p.m. Jan. 18 and 2 and 7 p.m. Jan. 19 Cost: Tickets are $15 to $35. To order tickets, call 843-3800 or visit http:// www.thecenterfortheperformingarts. org/tickets/production.aspx?PID=2051. Website:

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Carmel: Alexander’s Ragtime Band • Heartland Truly Moving Pictures and the Michael Feinstein Great American Songbook Initiative have partnered for a new film series. This Friday, the 1938 film “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” starting Tyrone Power, Alice Fare, Don Ameceh and more will be shown at the big screen on stage at the Palladium, 1 Center Green. The film tells a story of a society boy who scandalizes his family by pursuing a career in Ragtime instead of “serious” music. The film begins at 7:30 p.m. and general admission tickets are available for $7.50. For more information, please visit Fishers: Louie’s Live Music Acoustic Fridays presents Sam King • Head to Louie’s Bar and Restaurant at Pinheads to hear Sam King jam out this Friday. The event is scheduled to start at 9 p.m. and end at 1 a.m. Pinheads is at 13825 Britton Park Rd. For more information, visit www. or call 773-9988. Noblesville: Try it before you buy it • The Noblesville Parks Department is offering one week of selected classes on a free trial basis. This week, participants can try out classes of various programs for adults and children to find the right ones for them, before committing time and money to it. To view the dates and times of the programs and/or to register, visit or call 770-5750. Westfield: Paws and Read • The very special program at 10:30 a.m. Saturday allows children to read a story to a book-loving dog at the Westfield Washington Public Library, 333 W. Hoover St. This activity increases a child’s confidence, generates excitement about reading, and makes learning fun. Dogs provide rapt attention and children read aloud without fear of criticism or interruption. Stop by the Children’s Desk to schedule 10 minutes of special time with a trained listening dog. This is a free program but guests are asked to reserve a time slot. For more information, call 896-9391 or visit Zionsville: Hopwood Cellars Winery •12 East Cedar St., will host live music provided by CPR Revival from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday along with free wine tasting featuring their newest white wine, Royal Cwen. Free wine tasting is held 7 days a week and Live Music Friday is every Friday night from 6 to 8 p.m. January 8, 2013 | 13


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“Arsenic & Old Lace” • In this popular comedy from the 1940s, a man discovers that his sweet spinster aunts are poisoning old men to end their lonely suffering. Plays through Feb. 3 • 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday • 1 p.m. Wednesday • 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday • Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, 9301 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis • Starting at $37.50 • 872-9664 •


Indy Magic Monthly • Make the winter blahs disappear at this magic show for kids of all ages • 7:30 p.m. • Theatre on the Square, 627 Massachusetts Ave., Indianapolis • 685-8687 • Starting at $12 for children 12 and under, military and seniors (65+) with ID • $20 for adults • www.indymagicmonthly. com Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat • Boom Baby! Cheer on the Pacers and join the contagious energy of the Pacemates and mascots Boomer and Bowser at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. • 7 p.m. • 125 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis • Starting at $15 • 917-2727 • “Jersey Boys” • The jukebox, documentarystyle musical is based on one of the most successful bands of the early 60s, The Four Seasons. “Jersey Boys” won four Tony awards in 2006, including Best Musical. • 7:30 p.m.; runs through Sunday, Jan. 20 at various times and prices, starting at $27 • Old National Centre, 502 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis • Call or visit website for prices • 231-0000 • www.


John Pizzarelli • Jazz guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader, Pizzarelli is the son of jazz guitar legend Bucky Pizzarelli. He has recorded with Rosemary Clooney, Buddy DeFranco, George Shearing and Johnny Frigo • 7:30 p.m. • Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, 3 Center Green, Suite 200, Carmel • $58-68; $18 for students • 843-3800 •


The Last 5 Years • Contemporary, one-act musical that shows the rise and fall of a five-year relationship as explained by both partners. Winner of the 2002 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music & Lyrics • 8 p.m. today and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday • Footlite Musicals, 1847 N. Alabama St., Indianapolis • $20 • 926-6630 •


“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” • A society boy shocks his family by pursuing Ragtime, as opposed to “serious” music, in this 1938 film written by Irving Berlin. • 7:30 p.m. • The Palladium, 355 City Center Dr., Carmel • $7.50 • 843-3800 • 14 | January 8, 2013

“Jackie and Me” • A boy named Joey travels back into time to meet legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson. Joey learns how to face bullies after enduring taunts similar to ones that Robinson had. • 7 p.m. • 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday • Indiana Repertory Theatre, 140 W. Washington St., Indianapolis • Starting at $20 • 635-5252 •

Mummenschanz • The Swiss mime theater troop, in its 40th year, creates objects and materials into abstract forms, simple costumes and expressive masks. Perfect for children 5 years of age or older. • 8 p.m.; Sunday at 3 p.m. • Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, 3 Center Green, Suite 200, Carmel • Student tickets are $18; adults start at $38 • 843-3800 •


Hearthside Suppers by Candlelight • Enjoy an authentic 19th century meal featuring Beef Broth with Rivels, Potato eggs, Squash Pie or Pudding and Everlasting Syllabub. Entertainment and more to follow after dinner. Recommended for ages 10 and older. Reservations are required. • 6 to 9 p.m. Friday through Sunday • Conner Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Rd., Fishers • $60/person or $55/member • 7766006 •

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“Ruinous Remake of Wizard of Oz” • An environmentally-friendly 21st Century comedy of the famous musical, Dorothy has a smart phone, the Tin Man is recyclable, the Scarecrow is stuffed with organic hay and the Cowardly Lion is a vegan. • 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday • The Milano Inn, 231 S. College, Indianapolis • Starts at $23.25 • 684-0668 • Blue Ribbon & Yellow Rose Carriage Tours • Take your sweetheart downtown and enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride. • Blue Ribbon Carriage Tour: 1 to 11 p.m ( 6 to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Friday 6 p.m. to midnight, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday); Yellow Rose Carriage Tour: 4 to 11 p.m. (6 to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 6 p.m. to midnight Friday, 4 p.m. to midnight Saturday) • Blue Ribbon picks up and drops off passengers at various downtown areas; Yellow Rose picks up and drops off passengers at Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1 South Capitol Ave., Indianapolis • Pricing depends on length of tour • 631-4169 for Blue Ribbon; 634-3400 for Yellow Rose •; www.

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“Hairspray!” In Concert • Plump teenager Tracy Turnblad wins a spot on a local dance show in Baltimore and launches a campaign to integrate the show. The musical has won 8 Tony Awards and is based on the 1988 film by John Waters. • 7:30 p.m. This is a concert production. • 1 Center Green, Carmel • Starts at $42.50; $22.50 for students • 8433800 • Current in Zionsville



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Move the needle: Habits Commentary by CJ McClanahan

Have you ever dealt with a routine challenge and thought to yourself, “Didn’t I deal with this exact problem last week?” Of course you have. In fact, after you have been in business for a few years, chances are good that you get into a fairly predictable routine each week. Unfortunately, even though you see similar challenges week after week, you devise a new way of dealing with them each and every time. Consider the following scenario: A customer has just called and complained that there is a defect in your product or service. The staff member who answers the phone deals with the problem but never communicates the solution to anyone else. Next week, a different customer calls with the same defect and the phone call is taken by a different staff member. Guess what happens? That’s right, another member of your staff takes time dealing with a problem that had been solved a week earlier. Now, keep in mind that this sort of scenario takes place in every facet of your business - sales, marketing, operations, customer service, accounting, shipping, etc. In other words, you and your staff spend a significant amount of time and effort trying to reinvent the wheel each and

every week. This loss of productivity (in addition to a fairly high level of frustration) is taking a significant toll on the bottom line. So, how do you stop? Like most issues facing entrepreneurs, the answer is intellectually simple, yet most owners struggle to implement the solution. Here goes (drum roll please …) - Buy a 3-ring binder and write the word “Operations Binder” down the spine. Next, create a table of contents that mirrors your business. Typical headings include Marketing, Sales, Operations, Finance, Customer Service and HR. After you have decided on the main headings, you then carefully consider each of the tasks that needs to take place in each of these categories and then document the steps necessary to complete each task. It really is that simple. As with most things in life, intellectually speaking this is easy. All you need to do is choose to execute. Choose wisely. CJ McClanahan is the founder and president of reachmore, a leadership training and consulting firm, and also the author of “Thrive.” To contact CJ, or to find out more about reachmore, go to www.

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January is National Train Your Dog month Commentary by Lisa Beals

ties such as agility, lure crossing or nose work. The appropriately challenged and stimulated dog is not only a happy dog but also a tired dog that is more Do you have a misbehaving mutt or just want to than ready to snooze at the end of the day. know more about how your dog thinks? Perhaps more importantly, trained dogs are less January is National Train Your Dog Month and likely to be re-homed, or worse, the Association of Pet Dog Dogs also love participating surrendered to a shelter because (APDT) trainers is offering a “it’s just not working out.” month full of free webinars to in their own activities Visit the Association of Pet help you develop that special such as agility, lure Dog Trainers website at www. bond with your dog. for a A well-trained dog is less crossing or nose work. schedule of webinars such as likely to garner complaints from the neighbors for problem barking in the apartment Fun Activities for Your Dog, Canine Intelligence, Therapy and Service Pets, and Choosing a Trainer, or lunge-barking at other dogs when you are out on among other helpful topics. your daily walks. Trained dogs can fit perfectly into your lifestyle, whether it is relaxing comfortably on their blanket while you entertain company, engaging in play with Lisa Beals is a co-owner of Camp Bow Wow in Carmel. You can the kids or accompanying you on your weekend contact her at 580-0446 jogs. Dogs also love participating in their own activi-

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Little changes go a long way in a cosmetic kitchen remodel Commentary by Larry Greene Original Kitchen: This client came to us wanting to update the look of her small kitchen. Built in 1994 and located in the Saddlebrook South subdivision in Indianapolis, the home’s original floor plan still worked well for the homeowner. However, there was a need and available space for a bit more storage. “It was time to remodel the kitchen. It needed an update, and things were looking tired. I wanted a purely cosmetic change, but needed more storage too,” the homeowner said. “With a tiny kitchen, that extra storage was the one thing that was missing. I love kitchen gadgets, and I needed more room to store them.” Cosmetic Updates: “At first, I was looking to just change the countertops and the sink, but the project grew from there,” the homeowner said. The final design called for laminate countertops in a Milano Quartz color for the main surface, and Tan Soapstone for the raised bar. A new sink and appliances were installed, as well as xenon undercabinet lighting. New canned lights increased the ambient and task lighting of the kitchen. A new tile backsplash was installed with Sandlewood – Monterey Amalfi tile in a staggered

Before pattern and a linen-colored grout. “The backsplash made a big difference in the appearance of the kitchen. The tile gives it more dimension, and I like the brick look.” Matching Existing Cabinetry: Unfinished red oak cabinets were installed and stained to make them look original to the space. According to the homeowner, “You cannot tell that the new cabinets were not there from the get go. I liked my old cabinetry and I wanted to keep costs down. Adding new cabinets that matched

After worked very well.” By balancing the design elements offered by the existing space with new materials and storage options, this cosmetic remodel was a costeffective way to give the client an attractive and functional kitchen.

Larry Greene is the owner of Case Design/Remodeling Indy, a fullservice design/build remodeling firm serving Boone, Hamilton, and Marion Counties. Contact him at 846-2600 or Visit for more info.

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Opening early 2013 One of a Kind Luxury Boutique Spa at the Beautiful City Center in Downtown Carmel will begin interviewing for the following positions: F-T & P-T Massage Therapists, P-T Aesthetician, F-T & P-T Nail Techs and Front Desk/Concierge Job Responsibilities: • Act as Consultant to Guests Regarding Skincare Needs • Rebook guests • Perform Treatments and Advanced Techniques • Sell Retail • Ask for Referrals • Attend Weekly, and Monthly Training Meetings • Other Duties as assigned by Director • Be Knowledgeable and recommend proper Professional Retail Lines to Guests/Clients Skill Sets Required: • Presents a Polished, Professional and Confident Demeanor • Ability to Cross-Sell • Ability to Learn Treatment Techniques when Required • Ability to Maintain Professionalism at all Times • Maintain Cleanliness of Treatment Rooms • Possess Current Indiana License • Possess at least 6 Months of Experience in a Spa, or Med Spa • Be Flexible with work schedule / Some Evenings and Most Saturdays are required (2) Front Desk/ Concierge (approx. 15-30 hrs. wk.) Job Responsibilities Includes: • Greet and Check –In Guests • Assign weekly “Daily Duty” sheets • Schedule Guest Experience on Multi-line Phone system and in person • Rebook Guest Appointments • Access Company Software to use reports, mailings, and manage employee schedules • Sell Retail Product Lines • Attend Weekly and Monthly Training Meetings • Communicate with Guests to Ensure that their Experience was Excellent • Confirm Guest Appointments • Keep “Front of the House” Area Clean and Tidy at All Times • Perform Weekly Accurate Physical Inventory • Other Duties as assigned by Spa Director • Ability to Work Evenings and Saturdays as Required Candidate should possess the following skill sets: • Expert Level Communication skills • Team Player at all Times • Ability to Learn and Educate Guests on Various Professional Product Lines • Ability to Multi-Task Under Pressure while Maintaining a Calm Demeanor • Presents a Polished and Confident Personality as well as Outward Appearance Candidate should have previous experience with the following: • Previous Multi-line Phone Experience • Previous Sales in Retail Environment and/or Front Desk Experience with Upscale Restaurant or 5 Star Hotel • Experience and confidence with Social Media, I Pads, Apps, and General Computer Knowledge Compensation Includes: For Professionals/ Draw Vs. Comm, Retail Comm, Bonuses, PTO. Front Desk Comp/ Hourly Rate, Retail Comm, Bonuses, PTO – All SDS employees Receive 1 Company Uniform, Weekly and Monthly Training Meetings, Great Company Culture, An Environment that Fosters Career Growth and Advancement. Please send Resume and Cover Letter to Subject Line: Job Title for which you are applying Interviews begin the week of January 14th

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Duties  • Answer phones, greet customers/clients/vendors (first impression of the company) • Run weekly office errands (must have reliable transportation) • Assist with investor gift fulfillment and other mailing/shipping as needed • Maintain tidiness of the break room and overall office • Sign for all incoming packages and certified mail; distribute mail • Order office supplies; organize and restock supplies • Copier service (when applicable), fill with paper each night • Maintain proper postage on meter, order supplies, qtrly billing to CEO for personal • Track internal gift card redemptions • Assist with tracking promotion redemptions • Coordinate and distribute server/host rewards (WOW cards) • Coordinate travel and accommodations as needed • Maintain and update internal public calendars such as manager vacation time, corporate vacations, Indy events, etc. • Assist with invoice verification and filing • Prepare gift baskets, as needed • Complete other administrative duties as requested Requirements • Must be able to work 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday – Thursday, and 8 a.m. to Noon on Fridays.  Some flexibility, but must be consistent. • Local travel required, with mileage reimbursement Qualifications • This person should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and enjoy the service and hospitality industry. Experience with Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook is required. • Reply to:

Now Hiring: Noble Roman’s Take-n-Bake P’ZA: Be part of the grand opening crew for the first Noble Roman’s take-n-bake on the north side. • Must have excellent customer service skills. • Location is at W. 96th Street and Michigan Road. Interviews will be held at Laser Flash in Carmel. • Send resume to; • Application form can be found on our Noble Roman’s take-n-bake Facebook page.

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