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Family bike ride – The Zionsville Parks and Recreation Dept. and Nebo Ridge Bicycles will host the fourth-annual Bicycle Rodeo and Family Fun Ride at 9:30 a.m., May 3, at Elm Street Green. The day will include a bicycle rodeo ride, a bicycle safety check, and a seven-mile family fun ride. For more information, contact Parks and Recreation Dept. at 733-2273. Chaucie’s Place – Former Miss America, Marilyn Van Derbur will speak at a breakfast event from 7 to 9 a.m., April 23 for Chaucie’s Place at Ritz Charles in Carmel. Van Derbur will speak about hope and women’s empowerment. For more information, visit www.chauciesplace.org.

Engineering students build lego robotics and do crayon experiments. (Submitted photos.)

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A focus on STEM learning

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Summer is just around the corner, which can only mean one thing for parents: finding good summer camps. For Pam and Brandon Thalbusiness mann, the parents of three boys and the local franchise owners of Engineering for Kids, summer is great time for kids to stay on top of math and science learning. Founded by Dori Roberts, a former math and science teacher, Engineering for Kids is a multi-state program with branches that focus exclusively on science, technology, engineering and math, otherwise known as STEM learning. STEM learning is a crucial focus for 21st century educators, with everyone from Zionsville Community Schools Supt. Dr. Scott Robison to President Barack Obama emphasizing its importance in a competitive globalized economy. “I came across the company kind of by accident online. I’ve never seen this before,” Pam said. “My first thought was: ‘I wonder if this is [in Zionsville] because I want to enroll my son.’” After plans to open an Orange Leaf franchise fell through several years ago, the Thalmanns decided to launch Engineering for Kids in Zionsville through a partnership with the ZCS elementary and middle schools. “My husband and I thought we could totally do this,” Pam said. Both Pam and her husband have engineering degrees, and work full-time as engineers for Frito Lay in

Frankfort. The first Engineering for Kids classes started in Zionsville in February. The success of the after-school programs quickly caught the attention of parents and students. “Next year we will probably offer semester-long programs, instead of seven-week programs after school, and this was at the request of parents,” Pam said. Engineering for Kids summer camps will start in June, and will be half-day, weeklong camps. Pricing for these camps begins at $158, and the courses are broken up into age groups. As for the types of classes, some of the most popular courses are the Lego Robotics and the Mechanical Engineering classes. Pam said that she expected the Lego course to be one of the most popular, because the students enrolled get to build individual robots and program the robots to complete tasks. “These are Lego kits that most kids aren’t going to have at home,” Pam said. “They have motors and sensors. The first week of class is about following instructions and building the robots. After that, they do a lot more working on the laptops.” Using computer programs, students can tell the robots to walk using color sensors, or even train the robots to fight each other. “It’s their own creation and their own design,” Pam said. “The kids love the robot battle.” For more information about Engineering for Kids, email Pam and Brandon Thalmann at indianapolis@engineeringforkids.net.

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April is Adult Swim Month The Swimming Saves Lives Foundation has declared April as Adult Learn-to-Swim month. There are more than 18 million swimming pools and hot tubs in the USA. Yet, according to the Centers for Disease Control, 37% of American adults cannot swim the length of a pool. Every day, about 10 people die from drowning. The majority of unintentional drowning victims are adults. Drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional injury death in the United States. The CDC identifies a variety of factors that can influence drowning risk, including the lack of swimming ability. Research also shows that the children of adults who don’t know how to swim are at a greater risk of not learning to swim, which increases their risk of drowning. The Zionsville Aquatic Center at Zionsville Community High School is offering free adult swim classes this month and next. To read more about these classes, visit www. currentzionsville.com and click on the On the Web tab.

Corrado playing with Indy Eleven A.J. Corrado is a midfielder for the Indianapolis professional soccer team, Indy Corrado Eleven. He premiered his skills during the team’s first game April 12. To read more about Corrado, visit www.currentzionsville.com.

Z’Run – The annual Z’Run is taking place at 9 a.m., April 26 at the Zionsville Middle School. The Zionsville Middle School Parent Teacher Organization hosts the event. The 5K course starts at Zionsville Middle School and winds north through the trail and Mulberry Fields Park. The 1K course winds entirely around Mulberry Fields Park. Registration and course management are handled through Tuxbro. All early registrants receive a free Z’Run t-shirt. Top finishers in all age groups receive awards. Individual registration is $18 per person, or $30 per family. Braces for moms – From 3 to 8 p.m., May 1, David Judy, DDS, MS and his team at Judy Orthodontics are hosting the “Mom, It’s Your Turn” open house event. Guests can enjoy snacks, gifts, and a bit of pampering, while learning how Invisalign could give them a beautiful smile without the inconveniences of traditional braces. Each event attendee will be offered at no charge a digital scan of their teeth and a one-on-one consultation with Judy. Attendees who take advantage of this opportunity will be entered to win a gift certificate for a Spa Classics Package at Woodhouse Day Spa, which includes a massage, facial and pedicure. Attendees can also partake in a chair massage while they wait for their consultation. To register for the event, visit www.judyorthodontics.com or call 471-0100 by April 28.

Newcomer’s art on display in Indy Zionsville artist, Cindy Newcomer, is the featured solo artist in the Hilbert Circle Theater Art Exhibit, which runs from April 28 to May 25. Entitled, “Here, There and Everywhere,” the show is a collection of paintings from European travels with a few images of local scenes included. To read more about Newcomer and to see examples of her work, visit www.currentinzionsville.com and click on the “On the Web” tab.


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Bridge project starts in May By Sophie Pappas • sophie@youarecurrent.com

includes plans for a bridge larger than the antiqued steel truss, and one that will be two lanes wide with the ability to hold semi-truck trailers The trees have been cut, and the signs torn in both lanes. down. Measurements have been taken, and plans Ninety-sixth Street will also see considerable have been drawn. The new Ford Road Bridge is construction, as the road will be straightened coming soon. infrastructure out to allow for the new bridge. And according to Thompson’s proposal to use taxpayer dolBoone County Councillars instead of the previous grant money has man, Gene Thompson, construction on the new some Zionsville residents fuming. Furthermore, bridge will begin in May. He said it should be comresidents in the Traders Point pleted by Dec. 1. Rural Historic District claim For Zionsville residents who that the concrete bridge is have driven by the Ford Road in direct violation of National Bridge recently, there may be Park Service’s declaration of some shock over how decona historical preservation area. structed the area now is. It is “We all want a safe estimated that more than 30 bridge, one which does not mature trees were cut down. negatively impact the Traders “That might have caught Point Rural Historic District, the attention of some [peoand one which is completed ple],” Thompson said during in the near future,” said Cindy the April 7 Zionsville Town Lamberjack, a member of the Council meeting. nonprofit group the Leaders Thompson declared at the council meeting that $1.75 mil- The trees surrounding the Ford Road of Greater Historic Traders lion of Boone County taxpayer Bridge have been cut down in prepa- Point, in a letter to Current in Zionsville. dollars will be used to build the ration for the new bridge. (Photo by This story is part of an new, elevated concrete bridge. Sophie Pappas) ongoing investigation. For more information on This comes after the town lost more than $2.58 the Ford Road Bridge, and to see videos of what million in federal funding, when plans for a steelis happening at the site, visit www.currentzionstruss bridge were stopped. ville.com. The project that Thompson is steering

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Car clocks have changed a lot Commentary by Ward Degler I was sitting in my car the other day and noticed the clock was a couple minutes slow. I pushed a couple of buttons plain talk and it was fixed. It wasn’t always that easy. When I was a kid the car clock was always slow, if it was running at all. And if the car was more than a month old, it usually wasn’t. I remember two kinds of car clocks. In the 1930s and 40s the clocks were the wind-up kind, just like the bedroom alarm clock. You had to wind it every day, which meant if the car sat for more than 24 hours it would stop. My dad used to start the engine and then, satisfied the car was running, would wind and set the clock to match the time on his Pocket Ben pocket watch. The second type of car clock showed up in the early 1950s. It was electric, sort of. What that means is, it was still a spring-loaded windup clock, but the car’s electrical system did the

winding. If you sat in the car when it wasn’t running, every couple minutes you would hear a click – the sound of the clock being wound. With each click it would run for three minutes. The problem with both of these was that wind-up clocks with delicate balance springs couldn’t take the rough ride that the roads offered back then. As a result, any car more than a month old and a few dirt road miles on it generally had a broken clock. Unless it was a Rolls-Royce. As the most famous car ad of all time proclaimed, “At 60 miles an hour, the loudest noise in this new RollsRoyce comes from the electric clock.” Of course, today’s digital clocks changed everything. I’m guessing that includes the clocks in the Rolls-Royce. Ward Degler lives in Zionsville with his wife and dog. He is author of “The Dark Ages of My Youth ... and Times More Recent.”You may contact him at ward.degler@gmail.com.

Bicycle Rodeo and Family Fun Ride – Join the Zionsville Dept. of Parks and Recreation and Nebo Ridge Bicycles for the fourth annual Bicycle Rodeo and Family Fun Ride starting at 9:30 a.m., May 3 at Elm Street Green. The day will include a Bicycle Rodeo. Kids of all ages can test their cycling skills and practice their traffic safety on the loop throughout Elm Street Green. Nebo Ridge Bicycles will have Certified Bicycle Mechanics on hand to inspect your bike and make sure you are ready for a summer of riding. Also enjoy a seven-mile loop through many of the parks and trails in Zionsville including Turkey Foot and the Zionsville Rail Trail or take an optional extension of 3 miles through the brand new Heritage Trail Park. This is a great ride for all ages and will conclude at end of Main Street. For more information, contact the Dept. of Parks and Recreation at 733-2273.

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Eagle Scout builds memorial plaza By Sophie Pappas • sophie@youarecurrent.com Zionsville High School student Jackson Sugar is an Eagle Scout in Troop 358. This year, he saw the need for the American Legion charity flagpole to be rebuilt and beautified. Using more than $2,000 of his own college savings, he has created a space called the Zionsville Post 79 Memorial Plaza at the Legion. Current in Zionsville asked Sugar about his project. Q: What is Memorial Plaza at the Legion? A: It is a project to transform a blighted area beneath the flagpole at Zionsville American Legion Post 79 into a dignified place of honor and appreciation for our veterans. As my Eagle Scout Service Project, I will lead the construction of a raised stone plaza within which will (have) 1,000 bricks, many engraved with the Sugar names of those living or deceased who have honorably served our country. Q: Why the Zionsville Legion? A: Zionsville’s veterans have sacrificed so much for our country … and the Zionsville American Legion members continue to actively serve our community, including sponsoring a Boy Scout troop, a Venturing crew, and a Cub Scout pack. Helping to build Memorial Plaza is the least we can do to show our appreciation. Q: Why this project? A: Is there a more prominent representation of the values of the Zionsville American Legion than the American flag flown at its front door? Sadly, the area beneath the flagpole has fallen into disrepair. Many of the veterans are embarrassed by the condition of the area, especially whenever they hold special patriotic ceremonies. When I presented the idea of building Memorial Plaza, the veterans were delighted and many of them have supported the construction by engraving bricks. Q: What have you learned by doing this project? A: First and foremost, Scouting is about service. It’s nice to be working on a project that will

The illustration shows the brick platform Sugar is building beneath the flagpole. Zionsville residents and businesses can purchase bricks to help fund the project. (Graphic by Jackson Sugar.)

make a lasting difference, and be a permanent symbol of Zionsville’s appreciation for those who have served us in uniform. Given the community’s terrific response to Memorial Plaza at the Legion, this project has also reminded me of how lucky I’ve been to grow up in Zionsville. Q: How is money being raised? A: Individuals can engrave bricks to honor living or deceased veterans. Businesses are being asked to sponsor special Bricks of Valor to honor Zionsville-area veterans who were awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Bronze Star and/or Purple Heart. Q: How is funding going? A: The fundraising phase is aggressive. As of April 8, about half of the needed funds have been raised. To keep the project on track, I have provided $2,000 from my personal savings, but I’m confident that Zionsville residents and businesses will help me reach my fundraising goal of $4,000. Q: When will Memorial Plaza at the Legion be completed? A: The project will be completed on Armed Forces Day, May 17. It will be formally dedicated on Flag Day, June 14. To purchase a brick, fill out a form at the Legion, 9950 E. 600 S. Individuals or businesses can buy a 4x8 standard brick 3 line for $50 or 8x8, 6 lines for $100.

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By Sophie Pappas • sophie@youarecurrent.com April is National Kite Month, and to celebrate Zionsville residents and their children are invited to attend Kite Day from 12 to 3 p.m., family Sunday, April 27 at Mulberry Fields. The owner of Black Dog Books on Main Street, Tania Roudebush, started Kite Day last year. “The purpose of Kite Day is to have a fun event in Zionsville for all ages,” Roudebush said. “Another purpose is to introduce people who haven’t flown kites before to the fun of kite flying.” Roudebush said Kite Day in Zionsville correlates with April as being National Kite Month. “I was inspired by memories of an annual kite flying event at my son’s elementary school in Massachusetts.  It was a rite of spring,” she said.  “It is month-long celebrations of kites.  There are kite events all over the United States.  One of the largest events is on the National Mall in Washington D.C. during their Cherry Blossom Festival.” Roudebush said everyone is welcome to attend the event, either as a kite flyer or a spectator. Earth Explorers Toys will be at Mulberry Fields selling a variety of kites to participants who don’t bring their own. Spectators are also encouraged to bring picnic lunches. Admission is $2 per person or $5 per family. All proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville. In the case of rain, the event

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In the middle of the April 14 Zionsville Community School Board of Trustees meeting, school administrators presented the corporation’s current plans for a new maineducation tenance facility to be built on County Road 875. This plan is a result of the recent land-swap agreement with the town of Zionsville. According to the plan, the town is receiving land at Creekside Corporate Park, at 106th Street, in exchange for Jennings Field on Hal Sharpe Road. The school corporation originally planned to construct a maintenance facility at Creekside Corporate Park; however, since the land swap it has declared it will build the maintenance facility on 875. But Zionsville residents at the meeting weren’t buying into any of the ideas presented for the maintenance facility. According to homeowners near the 875 site, the maintenance facility will cause traffic congestion, lowered property values and safety concerns. Plus, they said, the land swap is an illegal arrangement, because it was not adequately communicated with the community. Site concerns Sandra Parker, a homeowner near 875 and Whitestown Road, said she recognizes the school corporation’s need for growth and need for a maintenance area.

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“People move to Zionsville for the property,” Parker said. “And I think everyone sees the need for this facility.” However, Parker said the current plans and location are no good. “Would you want this facility across from your home?” Parker asked the board. “I don’t.” A resident of Cobblestone Lakes, Tom Thompson, also addressed the board. He said that the residents of Spring Knoll, Cobblestone Lakes, Rockbridge and others are concerned about their property values. He noted that while the athletic facility on 875, which was built several years ago, increased property values, a large and obtrusive warehouse would lower property values. “We are all equally opposed to this site selection,” Thompson said. Kevin Schiferl, a resident who lives on E. 550 S. and is a member of the Zionsville Plan Commission, said that one of the most concerning things he’s heard is the decision the school corporation made with the town for the land swap. “I suspect that if any of the citizens you report to knew that the decision resulted in taking an industrial building out of an industrial area and putting it in a residential area, no one would have supported it,” Schiferl said. He said that what the citizens and meeting attendees didn’t see is what the school corporaContinued on Page 13

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COMMUNITY Continued from Page 12 tion presented to the Zionsville Plan Commission. “There was no building on the master plan,” Schiferl said. “That was not in the presentation, Mr. Superintendent, with all due respect.” According to the master plan submitted by the school to the plan commission, the space on 875 was intended to hold multipurpose sports fields and a future tennis center. “Nowhere does it say maintenance facility,” Schiferl said. Schiferl referred to a letter, dated July 1, 2009, that the attorneys of Fanning Howey submitted to the plan commission on behalf of ZCS. “Nowhere in [the letter] is there anything to the public telling us that you intend on putting a maintenance facility there,” Schiferl said. Oscar Perez, who is on the homeowner’s association board of Cobblestone Lakes, said that the presentation given by the board didn’t say anything about how the maintenance facility would affect the neighbors. “These [homes] are the biggest investments people in this room are going to make in their lives,” Perez said. “[This warehouse] is not what I want to live next to.” School defends plan Jim Longest, ZCS Board Trustee president, told the residents that the board is concerned about the property values of that area.

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“Nothing is set in stone,” he said. “We want to be good neighbors.” Jeffrey Qualkinbush, an attorney with Barnes and Thornburg, spoke for the school corporation. He said that he strongly advises the school board approve the site location for the maintenance facility. “In the next several months you must take action,” Qualkinbush said. He noted that if the school corporation wants to take advantage of funds prior to the refunding of current bonds, the only legal action is to use the 875 land. “Given the decisions that have been made over the last nine or so years … you’re left with the decision to put the [facility] on 875 somewhere,” he said. Qualkinbush also said that this location shows a “much more centralized” approach to having a warehouse available for administrative and corporate use, because 875 is near many of the schools. Bob Bostwick, ZCS executive director of Human Resources and Operations, said that the need for a warehouse is very real. “As we add students there’s an obvious need to build schools,” he said. “But we’ve put our maintenance needs on the back burner … and it’s really important that this [facility] is centrally located.”

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U.S. Rep. Brooks is in RINO territory

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Editor, I wanted to let the citizens of the 5th U.S. Congressional District know that we are being poorly represented by U.S. Rep Susan Brooks. Dan Burton was a true conservative and accordingly he had a Heritage voting rating of 88. The average Republican Congressman now has a Heritage rating of 65. Brooks at present has a rating of 58. This is RINO territory. Recently she has had opportunities to vote to end subsidies for flood insurance. The program which is supposed to be revenue neutral is $23 billion in debt. She voted to maintain the subsidies. In another recent case, on the vote to reauthorize the export import bank she voted with the majority to reauthorize the export import

bank. Eighty percent of the business done by this bank is arranged submarket financing for foreign airlines to buy Boeing Airplanes. This is crony capitalism. U.S. Airlines cannot buy Boeing planes at those favorable rates putting them at a competitive disadvantage. According to the Wall Street Journal, had the program been discontinued Boeing was prepared to arrange outside financing for its foreign customers on its own. In this case what sense if any was there in reauthorizing the program. The present government will not vote to shrink itself. With so many socialists and communists walking the halls of Congress, Indiana needs all of the true conservatives it can get to represent the state. Sadly, Brooks is not such a person. John Petrie, 46038

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The Lincoln Park Concert Series concert lineup has been announced for this season. • June 4, Chad Mills • June 11, Lonnie Lester • June 18, Karen and the Beats • June 25, The Breaks • July 2, Wade Baker Jazz Trio • July 9, Tommy Baldwin Trio w/special guest Carson Diersing • July 16, Cornfields & Crossroads

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Members of the Zionsville American Legion Riders help Bart Colvin excavate a crypt full of unclaimed remains. Colvin’s job is to find potential veterans amongst the containers. Last year, he found five. (Submitted photos)

How one man is finding the remains of unclaimed soldiers By Sophie Pappas • sophie@youarecurrent.com Bart Colvin’s family is expanding every day, with people he’s never met and offspring he hasn’t fathered. cover story “I know I’m all these people have got,” Colvin said. Colvin is a local veteran and American Legion member who is part of a nonprofit group called the Missing in America Project. He helps it find the lost veterans of America, whose ashes sit in funeral homes after family and friends leave them unclaimed. Many funeral homes in Central Indiana have stored the ashes of these veterans in plastic containers marked with just their names and dates of death. According to Colvin, funeral homes are not legally obligated to store the remains of unclaimed ashes, but many go above and beyond by storing hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of ashes in cellars or marble tombs. “The most important thing is for me to gain the trust of the funeral homes,” Colvin said. “Then they know that I’m doing a good thing and they will let me see their unclaimed remains.” Sometimes this means removing large marble doors to enter seven feet-by-eight feet deep crypts. Many of the remains he finds are labeled “baby” or “infant,” “girl” or “boy.” No names and no family. “It’s the right thing to do, because these men can’t be forgotten,” Colvin said. “These people can’t be forgotten.” Last year, Colvin searched through hundreds of unclaimed remains at Flanner and Buchanan’s Floral Park cemetery in Indianapolis. He found 15 potential veterans, five of which turned out to be the legitimate remains of war vets.

(Above) Bart Colvin and his wife, Dianna Colvin, attend the inurning and burial ceremony for two unclaimed soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery. Dianna wore a Civil War-era mourning dress to commemorate the McCormack brothers’ burials. (Top) A horse-drawn carriage carries Army 1st Lt. Zuinglius McCormack. McCormack died in 1912. He served with the Indiana 132nd Infantry Regiment in 1864. (Submitted photos)

Two of these men were Civil War veterans and brothers, named Zuinglius and Lycurgus McCormack. Colvin used online records on the popular genealogy website, Ancestry.com, to determine who these men were when they were alive. He found that Zuinglius was an Army 1st lieutenant and lived from 1843 to 1912. He served with the Indiana 132nd Infantry Regiment in 1864. He saw action with Maj. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman’s Army of the Tennessee in such campaigns as Buzzard Roost, Dallas, Kennesaw Mountain and the Battle of Jonesboro. His brother, Lycurgus, was an Army private and lived from 1845 to 1908. He served with the Indiana 103rd Infantry Regiment and saw action in July 1863, helping to repel a Confederate force of 6,000 under Brig. Gen. John Morgan in what

would become the Battle of Corydon, the only Civil War battle fought in Indiana. The brothers were never married, and they had a third sibling,Charles. Charles is believed to have lived in Indianapolis his whole life, although nobody knows what happened to him or why he did not claim the remains of his brothers. Within two weeks of finding these men, Colvin was approached by the MIAP national headquarters and asked if he would travel to Arlington National Cemetery to bury the remains of the McCormack brothers. The brothers were the first to be inurned in the cemetery’s ninth and last columbarium. “My wife and I felt so humbled to be a part of something like this,” Colvin said. “It’s not about the recognition, it’s about doing the right thing. When these men took an oath to be in the service, they were promised that they would be buried in a national cemetery. It’s actually the only thing you’re promised when you enlist.” Colvin and his wife, Dianna, traveled to Washington, D.C., with the ashes. Dianna even purchased an antique Civil War-era mourning gown to wear during the ceremony. “Every urn we find is so fulfilling,” Colvin said. “And I just want the funeral homes and the people to know about what we are doing. We take full responsibility to the remains that we find, and they become our family.” This month, Colvin is burying three more veterans at the Marion (Ind.) National Cemetery. He and the American Legion Riders, a motorcycle brigade, will drive the urns from Zionsville to Marion on April 26 following a memorial service in Zionsville. But Colvin said he is not stopping with these five soldiers. “It’s amazing how many unclaimed remains there really are,” Colvin said. “There’s a lot more to do.”

A send-off ceremony for three unclaimed soldiers 10 a.m. Saturday, April 26 at the Zionsville American Legion Trail Crossing. This is located at the top of the Rail Trail at 721 Ford Rd. These are the three unclaimed soldiers and their dates of death • Hiram Maine 12/13/1927 • Forest Smith  11/22/1935 • Leo Valdez Jr.  01/05/1979

Bart Colvin holds the container of one McCormack brother’s remains.

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Did you know? More than 4,000 unclaimed human remains are stored in Central Indiana funeral homes.


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FR O M   T H E BACKSHOP Is Pence priming the pump for run? Did it strike you, too, as interesting, if not semi-curious, that Gov. Mike Pence spoke last week at the notable Hotel Adlon by Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate? He ripped Russian aggression and fairly demanded the White House bring back the mothballed missile-defense shield for Eastern Europe. He was taking a break from a privately funded trade mission to Germany. Pence seizing the moment – even though his comments were right on point and delivered with force - certainly looked to us as an opportunity to get some face time and elevate awareness in case he decides to chase the presidency in 2016. Last year, we wrote in this space when the subject of a possible President Pence came to light that he needed to make more inroads in the Hoosier State. In the interim he has done that on several fronts, and so maybe it is time for him to begin thinking about casting his bid for 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. We’re just not sure the awareness is “there” yet, but we’re not stating that it couldn’t happen. It’s just fascinating to us that he would interrupt the trade mission to deliver his comments. We all should stay tuned to this one. ••• Congratulations to our town, which the Arbor Day Foundation has named a 2013 Tree City USA. The 11th-consecutive award comes in recognition of Zionsville’s commitment to effective urban forest management. The town collected the honor by having a tree board or department, a tree-care ordinance, an annual community forestry budget of a minimum of $2 per capita and an Arbor Day proclamation and observance. Well done! ••• The town points to a mobile app for iPhones and iPads. The app was developed with funds - well spent, we believe - from the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission. The problem is, it’s not in the App Store, and no one with the town could tell us where to find it. Puzzling. It would be the perfect tool to help lure business and show off our town. A web site, www.focusonzionsville.com, is for other mobile devices. Brian Kelly, publisher, and Steve Greenberg, general manager, are co-owners of Current Publishing, LLC. Write them at info@ youarecurrent.com.

Wanna write us a letter? You can do it a couple ways. E-mailing it to info@currentinzionsville.com is the quickest and easiest. The old-fashioned way is to snail mail it to Current in Zionsville, 30 S. Range Line Road, Carmel, IN 46032. Keep letters to 200 words max (we may make exceptions), and be sure to include your home ZIP code and a daytime number for verification.

FR O M   T H E EDITOR Book bags are a thing of the past

Breaking good

Commentary by Terry Anker

Since high school decades ago, Spring Break has been a ritual. Some years were certainly more elaborate and others more austere. But annually. just as the icy grip of winter was about to release us, a short vacation would inject the strength to endure a few more cold and grey days back home. With marriage, my bride accepted that our holiday time would have to be split between the traditional summer retreat and my much-desired late winter break. And as the kids joined our family, they, too, would travel along first in a stroller. then on their own power. We have educated ourselves in the historic cities of the North America and Europe. We’ve sunned ourselves on the beaches and pool decks of resorts and hotels specifically built for such activities. And, we’ve enjoyed learning together, sharing together and being together. When time and budgets would constrain us, we’d commit to staying in our own home but acting as if we were gone. We visited parks and museums that

we’d not seen and we ate foods dictated by whim and not nutrition. When in some far flung destination, we’d work to enjoy the culture local scenery. Not every trip was perfect. In fact, they would often be quite real. Missed flights and lost sleep would lead to cranky behavior – mostly in me but sometimes in others. But even as much as we looked forward to our departures, we’d begin to anticipate our returns. In the passing few days we’d shared adversity, broken bread, relaxed and been wondered by the vastness and, at the same time, great similarity of the world. This year marked our family’s final Spring Break with everyone at home and living fulltime under the same roof. Have we mastered breaking good? I long for more practice. Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current Publishing, LLC. You may e-mail him at terry@currentincarmel. com.

Q U O T E   O F  T H E   W E E K “I’ve got someone who will go down as one of the best VPs in history.”

- President Obama on Vice President Joe Biden

When I was growing up in Zionsville, there was a lot of talk about over-burdening children’s backs with heavy book bags filled with, well, books. Some parents used to buy their kids rolling backpacks so that their kids wouldn’t be the next ones diagnosed with scoliosis or some other medical issue. I wouldn’t have been caught dead rolling a backpack, because that was so uncouth, and actually among my friends on the bus it was cool to have lots of books in our bags. Made us feel important, I guess. If any of you has children in school today, you know exactly where I am going with this conversation. Kids don’t have books anymore! I learned this the hard way one evening while I was trying to help my 11-year-old brother with his homework. I asked him to the open his book so I could read the story he had to write a report about. “There’s no book!” he shouted. And indeed, there was no cardboard-bound, paper-filled set of pages with the answers he needed to complete his work. Everything in the schools in done online, which I agree is probably the best direction to be moving since I myself do most of my work on a computer screen. However, when it comes to learning, I would find it so difficult as a child to follow everything my teacher says by staring at my laptop for eight hours out of the day. I’ve heard that in classrooms, the first 15 minutes of each period is designated for students to open their laptops, plug in their chargers, and print their homework. A teacher friend of mine recently told me that this all sounds very easy, but in reality it has turned into 20 minutes of students saying, “Teacher my laptop is dead,” or “Teacher, I need my laptop repaired,” or, even better, “Teacher, the printer is jammed and nobody can print their homework.” Thinking of the teachers and all the parents (and big sisters) out there, wouldn’t it be nice if we could open a book and have our students hand-write their answers on a piece of paper? My brother tells me that now the cool thing to do is not carry anything home from school. I’m not sure how that’s working out for him, but for me, I’d give anything for that heavy bag of books again. Sophie Pappas is the managing editor of Current in Zionsville. You may e-mail her at sophie@ youarecurrent.com


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Break for beauty enhances attitude Commentary by Danielle WIlson You may recall that I stayed put for Spring Break while my husband and four children headed south to frolic in the sand humor and surf of Florida’s west coast. To help numb the sting of being abandoned for tropical paradise, I decided to treat myself to a day of beauty, or more precisely, an hour of cheap “fixes.” First up, my god-awful nails. I have rather sausage-like fingers with flat, dry nail beds, so I usually try to keep them on the down low. I also hate the expense of a manicure when I inevitably chip the enamel within 10 minutes of leaving the salon. But something had to be done; I’m a teacher who spends half my day pointing at numbers on a board. For the sake of the children, then, I opted for a more practical solution. Plastic press-ons, of course. So I popped into CVS to peruse their offerings and finally decided on a $6 set of Perfectly Perfect French in “really-short”. But I’ll be damned if those little suckers were easy to apply! Between gluing pieces of my skin together and eliminating air bubbles under the nail, I wasted a solid 45 minutes trying to get my hands to look “normal.” Eventually, my persistence did pay off. My fingers look longer, my nails look healthy and clean, and I find myself rat-tat-tatting on every solid surface I come into contact

with. I haven’t figured out how to remove them yet (the directions were somewhat sketchy), but so far I love my potentially permanent fake talons. First problem semi-solved, I decided to next tackle my pasty-white Ginger skin. Back in the 1980s, four visits to a tanning bed would have fixed me right up, but now that I’m older, I can’t possibly risk, as my Mama would say, “Gettin’ the cancer”. So I opted for a spray tan, and as luck would have it, my visit was free thanks to an April special. Was I overwhelmed and confused as a lovely 20-something explained the application order of lotions followed by the four different “spray” stances so as to achieve maximum coverage and color? A tad. Did I briefly have skin in an Oompa-Loompish shade of orange? Affirmative. And are my palms five times darker than my shins? Unfortunately, yes. But can anyone now mistake me for an Irish vampire? No! Or at least not for the next five to seven days. In the end, my one hour of beauty did wonders for my appearance, and more importantly, my attitude. Peace out.

Danielle Wilson is a contributing columnist. You may e-mail her at danielle@currentincarmel.com.

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2ND ANNUAL LACROSSE FAMILY FUN DAY TO BENEFIT:

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WHAT: Family Fun Day of Lacrosse, Fun Zone (11AM - 3PM), food & silent auction. WHERE: Zionsville Community High School Football Stadium (100 Mulberry Street) WHEN: May 3, 2014 • 10AM - 6PM WHY: Paying it forward by helping support families in need while facing childhood cancer or long-term illness.

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THIS WEEK Concert at Soho Café - Greg O’Haver will play an intimate coffee house setting with an additional performance featuring Tim Wright CARMEL of The Wright Brothers band. There will be sandwiches, salads, beer, smoothies, etc. This will be a listening concert and bringing children is discouraged unless they are quiet and well behaved. Actually, that goes for the adults, too. Cover is $10. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. April 26 at Soho Café in Monon Square shopping center, 620 S. Range Line Rd. For more information, call 564-4800.

Civic Theatre actors rehearse for their performance of “Les Miserables.” (Staff photo)

‘Les Miserables’ a massive undertaking for Civic

By Adam Aasen • adam@youarecurrent.com

“Les Miserables” is anything but a slow-paced show. Sure, the production lasts three hours, but with the constant set changes, heated battles and emotional revelatheatre tions, the audience at the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre might need a minute to catch their breath. That’s not even considering the actors and musicians. Unlike some other musicals, there’s no spoken-word acting in this show. The actors’ vocal chords will be tested - even for such a large, seasoned cast. “It’s absolutely at a high pitch,” said Director Robert Sorbera. “The vocal capacity is at such a high level for the whole show.” From April 25 to May 10, Civic Theater will be putting on one of the most well-known musicals in history. “Les Miserables” is a tale of redemption that follows a peasant named Jean Valjean during the French Revolution. He spends years in prison for stealing a loaf of bread, but he decides to break free and live a new life under a new name. He is relentlessly pursued by a police inspector named Javert. Although it was already a famous show, it’s gained even more notoriety after a 2012 film version was nominated for eight Oscars, including

“Les Miserables” • Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre • at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel • April 25 through May 10 • 7 p.m. Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays; 2 p.m. last Saturday; 5 p.m. Sundays • Tickets start at $46.50 • For more information 843-3800 or visit www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org

Best Picture. But don’t expect this version to be a carbon copy if you’ve seen it before. “Some people think acting is about turning into something, but you can’t turn into something you are not,” Sorbera said. “So every cast is different, and you see their unique personalities become a part of the character. It would be impossible to be a copycat of other versions.” “Les Miserables” is a huge undertaking from a production design standpoint, so Sorbera said they started as early as they could on the sets. “It’s an epic show, a huge undertaking,” said Dan Scharbrough, a Civic Theatre veteran who plays several characters in the show. “And I don’t like this term, but I’ll say, from a community theater scale, this is one of the largest productions you’ll see outside of a professional company anywhere in the country. The facility, the budget, the set design. The production values are fantastic for this show.” Of the main roles, Matt Branic plays Jean Valjean, Paul Nicely plays Javert, Nathalie Cruz plays Fatine, Joe Doyel plays Marius and Virginia Vasquez Voight plays Cosette. And even if you’ve seen the show before, Patrick Clements, who plays Enjolras, said it will be a whole new experience. “I’d love to see people refresh their love of their show,” he said. “Maybe you’ll leave with a different view on the show.”

The Leviathan train – The Leviathan is a steam engine built as a fundraiser to travel the country to raise money and commemoFISHERS rate the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s 1865 assassination. The Indiana State Museum is partnering with the Indiana Transportation Museum to bring it to Fishers April 26 and 27. Only five rides will be offered to and from Fishers and Noblesville. There will be limited handicap access- riders must be able to board 3 steep steps (like a school bus) assisted or on their own. For more information, call 7736000 or visit www.itm.org. Poetry Reading – Noble Poets will celebrate National Poetry Month with readings from five local poets from 7:15 to NOBLESVILLE 8:45 p.m. April 24 at Logan Street Sanctuary, 1274 Logan St. Poets include Ann Borger, Alice Couch, Mary Couch, Vince Schrader and Dave Stocking. The event is open to the public and free of charge. For more information, e-mail Dave Stocking at dws250in@comcast.net. Arbor Day tree planting and giveaway – Get involved, get your hands dirty and have some fun in a community project at WESTFIELD 10 a.m. April 26 at Asa Bales Park, 205 W. Hoover St., for the annual tree planting and giveaway. Visit the “Volunteer Opportunities” section at www. westfield.in.gov/parks to sign up. Help Westfield Parks and Recreation plant trees at the park and make sure to pick up one of your favorite trees to plant at home. For more information, call Amanda Jackson at 804-3182. Kite Day at Mulberry Fields – Fly a kite way up high from noon to 3 p.m., April 27. Kite Day is being hosted by Black Dog zionsVILLE Books, and all proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville. Attendees are invited to bring kites and picnic lunches. Kites also will be available for purchase. Cost is $2 per person or $5 per family. For more information, call Tania Roudebush at 733-1417.


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Beef & Boards Presents: ‘Cole Porter’s Anything Goes’ • This classic boymeets-girl tale features two unlikely pairs looking for love on the S.S. American; singing sailors and exotic disguises make this comedy fun and a must-see. • 9301 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis • Tonight at 8 p.m.; April 23 at 1and 8 p.m.; April 24, 25 and 26 at 8 p.m.; April 27 at 1:30 and 7 p.m. • Tickets start at $38.50.• 872-9664 • www.beefandboards.com

The Dugans Aren’t Losers Comedy Tour • Dave Dugan has made a national name for himself as a stand-up comic, voice-over artist for national commercials and a radio announcer for NASCAR on the Speed Channel. He has appeared on stage with comedians such as Richard Pryor and has been heard more than 200 times on “The Bob and Tom Show.” • Soho Café, 620 S. Range Line Rd., Carmel • 7 p.m. • 564-4800 • www.sohocafecarmel.com

Young Artists Exhibit at Nickel Plate Arts • Works of art created by talented, local young artists will be on display. • 107 S. 8th St., Noblesville • Today from noon to 5 p.m.; April 25 from noon to 5 p.m.; April 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Free. • 4523690. • www.nickelplatearts.org

The Loft Restaurant – Jes Richmond, acoustic guitar and vocals • Looking for a farm-to-table restaurant and live music on a Friday night? Dine at the Loft Restaurant at Traders Point Creamery and enjoy freshly made meals with seasonal ingredients and a rotating schedule of performances from local musicians on Friday nights. • 9101 Moore Road, Zionsville • Tonight from 6 p.m. to 9. • Restaurant open 5 p.m. to 9:30. • Call 733-1700 • www.tpforganics.com

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Carmel Pedals Thursday Night Ride • Everyone is invited to this 10-mile, 10 mph bike ride that explores new neighborhoods every Thursday and begins at Carmel Cyclery Bicycle Shop. • 230 W. Carmel Dr., Carmel • Tonight at 6:30 p.m. • Free • 575-8588 Poetry Reading at Logan Street Sanctuary • April is National Poetry Month and the Noble Poets will present a poetry reading featuring five local poets; everyone is welcome. • 1274 Logan St., Noblesville • Tonight from 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. • Free • For more information, dws250in@comcast.net. It’s Time for Color Exhibit at the friday Birdie Gallery • The Hamilton County Artist Association is the site for a spring art show entitled “It’s Time for Color”. Visit the show and the gift shop to find paintings that can start or add to a collection of great local art. • 195 S. Fifth St., Noblesville • Today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; April 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Free • 773-5197 • www.hcaa-in.org Fairyville Trail Kickoff Party at Nickel Plate Arts • This year’s spring celebration consists of a Fairyville Trail and other fun arts activities. The kick-off includes live music, storytelling, snacks and a stroll through the Fairyille Trail where attendees can vote for the best fairy house. • 107 S. 8th St., Noblesville • Tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. • Free • 452-3690 • www.nickelplatearts.org Arbor Day at Conner Prairie • Spend the day at Conner Prairie learning about trees from professional foresters and stroll the Nature Walk to see how many trees you can discover. Attendees will receive a free tree to take home and plant while supplies last. • 13400 Allisonville Rd., Fishers • Today from 10 a.m. to p.m. • General Admission is $15 for adults, $10 for youth ages 2 to 12. • 776-6006 • www.connerprairie.org

Arbor Day Tree Planting and Giveaway • Check out this event at Asa Bales Park in Westfield; volunteers can help plant trees at the park and free trees will be available plant at home. • 205 W. Hoover St., Westfield• 10 a.m.• 904-3182.• Free • Please visit their website for volunteer opportunities: www.westfield.in.gov/parks

saturday

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre Presents: Les Miserables • This last show of the season is the Tony and Oscar winning musical sensation that tells the story of Jean Valjean. • The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts, 3 Center Green, Carmel • Tonight at 7 p.m.; April 27 at 2 p.m. • Adult tickets $44, Youth under 18 tickets $34 • 843.3800 • www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org Actors Theatre of Indiana Presents: Irving Berlin’s ‘I Love a Piano’ at the Studio Theater • This classic and fun musical follows the journey of a piano as it makes its way in and out of American homes; many favorite songs are showcased including “Puttin on the Ritz,” “Cheek to Cheek” and more. • The Center for the Performing Arts, 1 Center Green, Carmel • Tonight at 8 p.m.; April 27 at 2 p.m. • Adult Tickets $40; call for senior and student discounts. • 843-3800 • www.actorstheatreofindiana.org/ Kite Day in Zionsville • Black Dog Books hosts this third annual Kite Day. April is Kite Month so come out to Mulberry Fields to fly kites and/or be a spectator. A variety of kites will be available for purchase and people are encouraged to picnic. Admission proceeds benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville. • Mulberry Fields at Ford and Whitestown Roads in Zionsville • Today from noon to 3 p.m. • 733-1747 • $2 per person and $5 per family • www. BlackDogBooksIN.com

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Traditional fairytales stand the test of time. They are told across generations to develop character and instill morals. ballet And that universal appeal is why the organizers of Butler Ballet will be featuring the familiar tale of “Cinderella” in a three-act performance. Butler Ballet has been around since 1951, and, at the moment, it claims to be the only ballet company in the city that is performing fully staged classical works.  Executive Director Larry Attaway said that every year the directed spring performance is a classical piece. “This year it happens to be the 20th century ballet ‘Cinderella,’” he said. “It’s based on an original French fairytale.”  The story has been told and retold in many forms, but the ballet is based on the traditional tale. Attaway said, “The moral is if you are kind to everyone, you will be rewarded.”  According to Attaway, the Butler Ballet has several classical pieces in its repertoire that it rotates each year. “Every year we bring forward a different classical approach for our students so they have a different experience,” he said. It takes the work of all the staff and students to pull off such a graceful and enjoyable production. “I am an executive director of the company

Christian Griggs-Drane and Micaelina Ritschl will perform in the ballet performance of Cinderella at Clowes Hall on April 26. (Submitted photo by Brent Smith)

but all of the faculty members are involved in the choreography so we all come together for a great cohesive work,” Attaway said. “There is beautiful music, sets, and costumes. There is a great sense of humor throughout with the stepsister characters. It is a lavishly done production.” And early attendees of the April 25 performance should plan to attend a lecture on the physics of dance at 7 p.m. by science educator Mark Kesling, president of The Da Vinci Pursuit. “Cinderella” • Clowes Memorial Hall • On the campus of Butler University in Indianapolis • 8 p.m. April 25 and 26; 2 p.m. April 27 • Tickets start at $21.50 • For more information call 9409697 or visit www.cloweshall.org.

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By Karen Kennedy Comings, Goings and Edible News: In Carmel, Scotty’s Brewhouse opened its doors on Main Street on April 21. In Noblesville, Tucano’s Brazilian Grill hosts a $25 per person charity night on April 22 to benefit TherAplay, Fishers YMCA and Aspire Indiana. Reservations: 770-6988. In Zionsville: Happy Kitchen opened in Boone Village on April 12.

DeLish: A new take on broccoli: Put a sheet pan in a 450 degree oven. In a bowl, toss chopped fresh broccoli, pitted Kalamata olives, a splash of olive oil and brown mustard seeds. Roast on the hot sheet pan for about 10 minutes or until tender. Email Ms. Culinaria at karenk@youarecurrent. com.Follow her on twitter: @karenkcurrent.

Upland Brewing Co. The Scoop: The Carmel Tasting Room outpost of Upland Brewing Company is more than just a place to have a tasty brew. It’s a serious culinary destination. They have recently unveiled a new logo and a new Spring menu and plan to offer more live music on their cozy patio this summer. Stellar items on a recent visit include: a really uniquely spiced and yummy spinach and artichoke dip, and a perfectly cooked flatiron steak. Type of Food: American Comfort. Average Price: $10-$15 Food Recommendation: Root Vegetable Pot Pie with cream cheese crust topped with fresh watercress (pictured above.) Drink Recommendation: Dragonfly IPA Reservations: No. Hours: Lunch and dinner seven days a week. Phone: 564-3400 Address: 820 E. 116th Street, Carmel Website: www.uplandbeer.com

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Zionsville residents will be in for a treat next month when Corner Vise Gallery and Frame Shop hosts its number one art Business dealer, Raul Mercier. Mercier will be attending the shop’s Brick Street Market Eve celebration from 3 to 8 p.m., May 16. Mercier, originally of Peru, is a famed art collector who has hosted gallery openings for the likes of Prince Charles in England. Rhonda Crawshaw, gallery director of Corner Vise, said she is always excited to see the artwork that Mercier brings to Zionsville two or three times a year. “It’s all so beautiful,” she said. Barbara Jennings, owner of Corner Vise has known Mercier for more than 20 years. “When I bought the shop in 1986 it was just a 900 square-foot frame shop,” Jennings said. “But we quickly moved and expanded our art offerings. Raul was part of that expansion.” Jennings said that over time, more artists have asked to be displayed and sold in the Corner Vise gallery, and yet time and time again she had to refuse. “I’ve learned to pay great attention to detail,” Jennings said. “We continually have artists stop by but we take very few and we have high standards.” The paintings that Mercier brings to the shop

Raul Mercier (center) stands with Prince Charles during a gallery opening in England. His next art stop will be on Main Street in Zionsville. (Submitted photo)

vary from traditional to contemporary. Often times he drives the artwork from his home in Canada, to be sold in galleries around the U.S. and the world. On his next visit he will bring 350 pieces to town. Jennings said he normally doesn’t like to interact with the art collectors and people purchasing the items, but he will make an exception for the night of Market Eve. “He’s usually working directly with the gallery owners, so he’s not typically in front of the art collectors,” she said. “We’re fortunate to have this open to the public.” There is no cost to attend the Market Eve event at Corner Vise. For more information, call 872-3288. Corner Vise Gallery and Frame shop is at 110 S. Main St.

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Take your health on vacation Commentary by Kathleen Connelly Spring break in Fishers was awesome! I know we were all ready for it, right? My family traveled down to Fort Myers, Fla., wellness to visit Nana and Pop. It was gorgeous weather and we had a blast despite a very long drive and some traffic headaches. As we enjoyed our week I couldn’t help but think about keeping our regular health habits a priority and even taking advantage of a more laid-back schedule to start some new ones. I started our health habits on our car ride down. Every so often, I led the kids in a stretch break. Of course no one unbuckled but we were able to wiggle our bodies and stretch while having some fun doing it. I also packed snacks from home so no gas station treats were needed. Of course we packed a few treats but we also were able to have bananas and oranges that are easy to eat in the car. For many families, the normal pool routine is kids in water, mom and dad relaxing in the pool chairs. However, in my experience, kids tend to be more active when their parents get involved, too. When my husband and I got in the pool that was when the real fun began. I taught the kids how to play the game “Marco-polo” and then we played “get the noodle from mom game.” Instead of us lounging about or the kids just sitting on the steps, we were all swimming around the

pool, wrestling and having a great time! At the park we visited, my husband and I sat out from the splash pad fun but made sure to play baseball and basketball with the kids before the water fun. One of the opportunities that we had to start a new healthy habit came in the evenings. Instead of some screen time, we played bocce ball or the kids took walks with Pop. We went out for meals more than usual for our family but we made sure to stay conscious of what our choices were even though we were away from home. Of course we ate ice cream for dessert but coupled it with a beach walk first. Just like at home, it is about finding a balance. Yes, vacation is definitely a time to do some of those things you don’t usually do at home. But your health can still be a factor. Make sure to plan active activities along with relaxation, prep for your nutrition depending on what your travel plans are and remember that kids will take their cues from their parents. Envying vacation doesn’t have to mean letting go of our health habits. It just takes some work to take those habits with us. Kathleen M. Connelly is a certified personal trainer and health coach through American Council on Exercise. For health and fitness consulting, individuals or corporations, contact Kathleen at kc@ indyconnelly.com.

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Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia is one of the world’s most intriguing buildings. Its dome is a marvel of sixth century engineering and its icons are a visible record of the area’s still tumultravel tuous religious history. In 527, with the Western Roman Empire in collapse, Justinian I became the Eastern (Byzantine) emperor in Constantinople. When a rebellion destroyed a small Constantinople church named Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom), Justinian ordered a new church built on its site. Ten thousand workers spent six years building a new Hagia Sophia to reflect Justinian’s dream of returning the Empire to its former glory. Luxurious materials, including marble columns from the temple to Artemis at Ephesus, came from throughout the Empire. A 100 feet diameter dome was supported on 40 arched windows ingeniously resting on a square base. Icons helped illiterate worshippers understand Biblical teachings. When completed in 537, Hagia Sophia became the seat of the Archbishop (“Patriarch”) of Constantinople In 726, Emperor Leo III, likely influenced by Islamic beliefs, ordered the destruction of Hagia Sophia’s icons as forbidden “graven images”. The icons were restored in 843, when Emperor Michael III repudiated the “iconoclasts”. In 1054, the Arch-

bishop of Rome sent an emissary to the Hagia Sophia to excommunicate the Archbishop of Constantinople, dividing Christians between Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox. Crusaders sent east by Catholic kings captured Constantinople in 1204 and carried icons and relics looted from Hagia Sophia back to Venice. In 1261, Byzantine forces recaptured Hagia Sophia and added golden icons incorporating a style still common in Eastern Orthodox churches. Muslims under Mehmed II captured Constantinople from the Byzantines in 1453, renamed the city “Istanbul” and converted Hagia Sophia, at the time the largest church in the world, into a mosque. The icons were again covered, four minarets were added and a golden mihrab marked the direction of Mecca. After the Islamic Ottoman Empire was defeated in World War I, Hagia Sophia came under control of the Republic of Turkey, which uncovered the icons and made Hagia Sophia a museum. Some Turks insist that Hagia Sophia should again be a mosque, with the icons again covered. Stay tuned. Don Knebel is a local resident who works for Barnes & Thornburg LLP. For the full column visit currentzionsville.com. You may contact him at news@currentzionsville.com

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This cake comes from the “Women to Women International” cooking book and it’s my family’s favorite. Not only is it delicious, but it will awaken your senses! It is a great teatime or afternoon treat! Warning, it won’t last past 60 minutes to the clock! An extra bonus is using rice flour to make it gluten-free; in which case, you will never even notice the difference! Do be sure to use a light, fruity organic olive oil, as a heavy one won’t work. This cake is best accompanied by slightly sweetened whipped cream and orange segments or crème fraiche and berries. ORANGE ALMOND CAKE Prep time: 15 minutes • Cook time: 40 minutes Ingredients: 3/4 cup almond flour, 3/4 cup rice flour, 1/4 teaspoon baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 3 large eggs, separated, 3/4 cup sugar, 1/2 cup olive oil, 2 teaspoons vanilla extract, 1/2 teaspoon almond extract, Freshly grated zest of 2 oranges and ½ cup juice, 1/4 cup cooking sherry Directions: Preheat the oven to 350F. Grease

an 8 inch round cake or spring-form pan. In a mixing bowl, sift together the rice and almond flours with the baking powder and salt. Meanwhile, in a separate large mixing bowl, beat the egg yolks with an electric whisk until they are light in color and texture, about 1 minute. Add the sugar and beat for a further 2-3 minutes until well combined. Continue to whisk and add the olive oil in a slow stream, followed by the vanilla and almond extracts, grated orange zest, orange juice and the sherry. Then fold the dry ingredients into this mixture, until just combined. Whisk the egg whites in a clean bowl using the electric whisk (make sure the beaters are clean) until firm peaks form. Fold the egg whites into the yolk/flour mixture until well combined. Pour the batter into the prepared cake pan. Bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes until light brown and a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean. When the cake is cooked, allow to cool in its pan for about 15 minutes before serving. Ceci is a Zionsville resident, who was born in New York and raised in Peru. For more of Ceci’s recipes, visit www. currentzionsville.com.

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Carpet 101: Terms, styles, materials to know Commentary by David Decker So, you’ve decided to renovate your home and install some new carpeting. There’s a lot to consider in terms of construction, indoors material and functionality. Where should you begin? Let’s take a brief moment to go over “Carpeting 101” so you can make an informed decision about the best type of carpeting to put in your space. First, let’s take a minute to go over some carpet vocabulary, just in case you are unfamiliar with carpeting lingo. “Pile” refers to the length of the carpet fibers, a construction characteristic that directly affects the carpet’s look, texture and durability. Long piles often look and feel more luxurious, but they are more difficult to maintain than carpets with short piles. Overall, the look, feel and durability of the carpet will depend on the height and density of the fibers. There are several main types of carpet styles. Plush carpet is probably the most popular style on the home market today. The pile is designed to be flat, which makes the surface of plush carpet feel more cushiony and soft to walk across. There are also textured plush designs, which are more resistant to vacuum marks and footprints. Frieze carpets are made from twisted, textured fibers that are both elegant, durable and an excellent choice for high traffic areas. Berber carpets have seen resurgence in popularity lately due to the carpet’s clean, professional look. This

Nylon carpet, the most common material, can resist staining and is a great choice for high traffic areas. (Submitted photo)

type of carpet it created by looping the carpet fibers into uniform rows; however, it tends to look worn out sooner than other types of carpet. Keep in mind, these aren’t the only types of carpet on the market. They are just a few of the

most popular in homes today. After deciding on the carpet style, you will have to also choose a material. Carpet can be made from a variety of materials, such as: • Wool: A naturally stain-resistant and durable material because it’s made from tightly packed fibers. Made from natural materials, wool is a bit pricier than synthetic materials. • Nylon: It’s the most common carpet material. Nylon is soil resistant, which makes is a great choice for high traffic areas. • Polyester: It’s stain-resistant like nylon, yet not as durable, which means it can be prone to wear and tear if installed in high traffic areas. • Acrylic: This material can mimic the look and soil resistance of wool carpeting for a cheaper price. The first step in any flooring decision calls for you to really think about the function of the room. Tailor your choice based on the amount of foot traffic and activity the carpet will be exposed to. The best carpet choice will not only look great, but also will last for years to come. David Decker is president of the Affordable Companies, which include Affordable Kitchens and Bathrooms and now Affordable Custom Flooring. They are based in Carmel (575-9540, www.the-affordablecompanies.com). E-mail home improvement questions to david.decker@the-affordablecompanies.com.

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CHAUDION “FULL TIME” AUCTIONEER

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Happy Pets In-Home Pet Care

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...for one week with weekly mowing. Most lawns $35. 2010-2013 Angie’s List award winners: WALLA LAWN CARE. Includes mowing, edging, trimming. Landscape services also available. Local business / Residents of Hamilton County Servicing Carmel, Westfield, & Noblesville Free mow for new customers only. 698-5480 or wallalawncare@gmail.com

FARROW’S LAWN SERVICE - Local Family Business“Our Specialty” We only use 21” push mowers like most home owners prefer! -Excellent PricingFree Estimates 317-385-8958 Spring Lawn Aeration & Over Seeding Weekly & Bi Weekly Mowing www.y-aerate.com (317) 214-7047

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Pet & House Sitting Service

Philanthropy

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Skip’s Auctions Gallery

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Bank Foreclosures Hamilton Co. Free list of Foreclosure Properties. Receive a FREE daily list by e-mail; www.hamiltoncoforeclosures.com

Sales Neighborhood Garage Sale April 25 and 26 8-1:00 Yorktown Woods Subdivision Highmount Ct and Millgate Ct, Carmel

MOVING SALE

Good stuff - No crap Shabby Chic & Man Cave: Speakers Reclaimed Barnwood, 1920s Chaise Lounge , TV Mounts Sat. 4/26,: 9 am, 121 Shoshone Dr. Carmel

ANNUAL COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE

The Bristols in Fishers @ 126th St. & Brooks School Rd Friday, April 25th & Saturday, April 26th from 8 a.m-1 p.m.

SPRING SAVINGS

Brookshire, North, Pines & Village Neighborhood Garage Sales April 24th, 25th, & 26th 8am – 5pm (1 Entrance S of 131st St; 3 Entrances off 126th St; 3 Entrances off Gray Rd, N off 116th St) LOOK FOR BALLONS!!

Huge Yard Sale!!

Legends at Geist Four neighborhoods: Spyglass Hill, Sawgrass, Quaker Ridge & Haig Point. April 25 and 26 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rain or shine!

For Sale FOR SALE

Build a Career You Can Be Proud Of Residential cleaning company in Fishers is seeking Full time and Part time housecleaners. Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm. Needs reliable transportation, current auto insurance and a great attitude. Please call the Housekeeping Maid Easy office for more information or to apply 317-579-1988 or email lindsey@housekeepingmaideasy.com. Associa On Call, an Associa company, the leader in community association management and maintenance is now hiring.

Maintenance Technician

The candidate we are seeking for this full time position will have the following abilities: Framing, roof leak location and repair, as well as, various other skills as needed for many different general maintenance repairs. Candidate must supply their own tools. A valid drivers license is required, as is reliable transportation to our Carmel office. A company vehicle is provided to the daily job sites. The right candidate will be able to multitask, meet multiple deadlines, and have strong organizational skills and professionalism including responsiveness, thoroughness, accuracy, confidentiality and attention to detail. Must also be able to complete work with minimal supervision, maintain professionalism while under pressure and possess effective problem solving skills. This position will also require being in an on call rotation with the other technicians. The hourly pay range for this position is $12.00 - $14.00. Email your resume to jblazek@cas-indiana.com. All offers of employment are subject to successful completion of a comprehensive drug screen and a criminal background check. Full benefits packages are included as well as opportunities for career growth. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. www.cas-indiana.com, www.associaonline.com

Work Space for Rent.

Charming Carmel Art Studio with 2 spaces for work or display. Professional space or Artist space avail. Small space $250 / Larger space $450 Inquiries Welcome: Randy 317/679-2565

The Palomino Ballroom & Catering Co. is looking to fill multiple part-time positions; office staff, catering servers, bartenders, event set-up and kitchen prep needed. Please email your information to info@ palominoballroom.com

Wall plnter., corner dsk, book case, mirror and lamp Cash Only 317-848-7951

Now hiring

NOW HIRING 2 Full time desk positions

7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. & 3 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

1 Full time Housekeeping 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

*PM Host for Grille 39 – Part-time from 5pm to 10pm Apply in Person! 11925 N. Meridian Street Carmel, 46032 (317) 816-0777

Office Manager:

Professional office seeks individual for full-time position. Must be proficient in word processing and basic accounting software. Must be able to work independently and supervise other staff, as well as interact professionally with clients and general public. Please submit resume, including salary requirements to: P.O. Box 214, Fishers, IN 46038.

PT Shopping Plaza Manager

Experienced manager sought for Fishers strip mall plaza. Responsibilities include: rent collection and maintenance & tenant issues. Excellent compensation. Send resume to: PO Box 771360, Naples, FL 34107 Or fax to: 239-514-3945

Commercial Brokers Sought

Successful commercial brokers sought to lease retail/commercial space in Fishers strip mall. Call: 239-513-2273

Walk-ins Welcome! Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Questions? Please contact Tessa at 765-778-6219 Apply in person: 2828 Enterprise Drive Anderson, IN 46013

Must pass background and drug screen.

Apply online: http://www.jobsatxerox.com/anderson-vin/ EOE M/ F/Disability/Vet

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Oaklawn Memorial Gardens

9700 Allisonville Road Full Time Grounds Position Now Available! No experience necessary. Successful applicants must have a valid driver license Please Apply in person at the cemetery office

NOW HIRING

Covenant Security Services, a national security provider, is hiring full and part time Security Officers in Carmel, IN. Must have HS Diploma/GED, security experience, preferred. Please apply online www. covenantsecurity.com/careers

JOIN US

Carmel Hairstylist – Booth Rental Beautiful garden setting Retail profit all yours Flex-time too! 317-844-8579

CAREGIVERS NEEDED!

NOW HIRING Full/Part-time Waitstaff Full/Part-time Linecook Apply in person 160 East Carmel Drive • 843-9900

Xerox Services has immediate positions for Customer Service Representatives

You can make a real difference Home Instead Senior Care We need dependable, caring, mature people ready to work. Assist elderly w/ personal care, meal prep, housekeeping, transportation. Full days, overnights & weekends. Must have phone, valid drivers license, reliable car & car ins. Call (317) 774-1750 or (765) 482-7075

BARTENDER – PART TIME NOBLESVILLE Silver Dollar Bar & Grill Clean Background Check Required Call 317-416-2749

Salon Eclipse

25 years in Business has two spaces available for a booth renter or a commission stylist. Call Sherry 317-694-6975

NOW HIRING – INTERIOR PAINTER Looking for painter who wants to improve their skills and grow with a local company. Must have at least one year painting experience. All equipment will be provided. Must have reliable transportation. Starting pay $10-12/hr. 35-40 hours of work per week, Mon-Fri, no work on weekends. Servicing Hamilton County. Call Jonathan 628-8789.

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