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Program provides rides for those in need By Abby Walton • news@currentzionsville.com In 1978, Margot Corson would travel out of state each weekend to help her aging parents run errands. Seeing a need for her public service own parents and people in Boone County, Corson started a non-profit called Boone County Senior Services Inc. In 2000, Corson was killed in a car accident, however during those 22 years, she was able to create an organization that continues to grow. “From the beginning, Margot’s main goal was to provide transportation to those who need it,” said Cindy Elliott, transportation director for BCSSI. So for Boone County residents, 60 and older, transportation services are available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. “Over the years, we’ve gone from two cars and a few drivers to 18 vehicles and 22 drivers,” Elliott said. To use these services, a person needs to make an appointment. “Right now, we suggest people reserve a spot at least two weeks ahead of time. Of course, if there’s an immediate need or an emergency, we can try to make other arrangements,” Elliott said. Anyone with a medical need will take priority, and Elliott said all drivers are trained to assist older or disabled adults. While not every vehicle is handi-

capped-equipped, Elliott said several vans are wheel chair accessible. Initially, BCSSI only provided transportation to the area’s older adults. However, Elliott said it became apparent there was a need to provide transit services to people who might not have any form of transportation. “We realized we needed to open up our services to the entire community,” Elliot said. Out of that idea came the Boone Area Transit System. It runs the same days and hours as the senior services van and also requires a reservation. Any Boone County resident is able to ride for a fee to anywhere in their service area. The fees for people older than 60 are just a donation. Those on Medicaid pay $1 per one way trip to medical appointments only. For everyone else, BATS charges $3 per stop in the rider’s town or city or $5 per stop outside their town or city. “If there’s a special situation, all a person needs to do is call us and we can connect with other transportation outlets in other communities to get that person where they need to be,” Elliott said. After several decades, Corson’s dream just continues to expand. Elliott said they’ve opened a satellite office in Zionsville. Besides transportation, this not-for-profit offers many other personal and caregiver services. To make a transportation reservation, call 765-482-5220 or 873-8939. More information can be found at www.booneseniors.org.

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DVD review Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of “The Great Gatsby” has something in common with his other flicks – energy and urgency. The book jumps of the page unlike never before. “It’s an uneven picture, occasionally head-scratching but always engaging,” columnist Chris Lloyd writes on currentnightandday. com.

Award - Local artist and Zionsville Susie Rachles has won the Outstanding Oil award for her entry entitled “Sara” during the 89th Annual Hoosier Salon Exhibition. The 2013 exhibition marks the 89th consecutive year for the Hoosier Salon, and the second year at the Eugene & Marilyn Glick History Center. This also marks the second award for Rachles. Previously, she won for Best Traditional Oil for her painting “The Blessing of the Hounds.” 138 works of art by 114 artists were juried into the show. The show, titled “Art and the Human Soul,” can be viewed at the Eugene & Marilyn Glick History Center through the end of September when approximately two-thirds of the works of art will travel to tour sites around the state from Oct. 1 to Dec. 21. Fitness class – Josh Dickey, wellness coordinator at Zionsville Meadows, will continue to offer the Fun & Fit exercise class for seniors every Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at Zionsville Meadows. The class moved to the Zionsville Meadows in June which has has allowed participants to use the exercise equipment. Learn more at www.booneseniors.org. Poetry reading – Poetry on Brick Street will present Gerburg Garmann as the featured poet at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 5 at Le Dolce Vita, 10 S. Main St. Coffees, teas and pastries from Le Dolce Vita’s menu will be available for sale. Garmann is a poet, painter and professor of German and French at the University of Indianapolis. Her scholarly and literary publications in English, German and French have appeared in a variety of international academic, literary, and cultural venues. Her poems and artwork have been published in various magazines and anthologies around the world.

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At a recent meeting of the Indiana Career Council, State Rep. Steve Braun (R- Zionsville) was named chairman of the Indiana Workforce Intelligence System taskforce. The ICC is a 16-member council which is entrusted with aligning the various participants in the state’s educational, job skills and career training system in a way which best serves Hoosiers. Read more at currentzionsville.com

Community Health Network has officially begun its clinical collaboration with the Healthcare Clinic at select Walgreens, formerly Take Care Clinics, creating one of the largest integrated continuums of healthcare delivery in Indiana. Find more information and the complete list of clinics at www.currentzionsville.com.


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Online auction to help local kids By Abby Walton news@currentzionsville.com

Although the Zionsville Fall Festival isn’t for another week, the excitement already is building with the opening of fundraiser this year’s silent auction. In-person bidding will take place on Sept. 7 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Shelter House at Lions Park. However, you can start the bidding process now by heading online. “This is the first year we’ve contracted Qtego to offer online bidding. We decided to give it a try after hearing reviews from other local not-for-profit organizations that experienced great success with the technology at their charity auctions in both increased revenue and ease of event management,” said Jennifer Blandford, Fall Festival committee member. By heading onto the website www.qtego.net/ auc/zlc, you can start looking at the many items up for bid. “So far, we have an outstanding list of items. The support from the community has been fantastic,” Blandford said. From restaurant gift certificates, to furniture and even a safari trip to South Africa, this year’s auction has a little something for everyone. “All a shopper needs to do is register their cell phone by going to the website or texting LIONS to 79230,” Blandford said. Once registered, people can bid by texting

the item number and the amount they want to spend. If someone outbids you, Blandford said you’ll receive a text asking if you want to increase your bid. “It works a lot like eBay,” Blandford said. All bidding will end at 4 p.m. on Sept. 7. If you win, but can’t pick up your items that day, Blandford said the Lions Club will have pick-up hours on Sept. 8 in the Clubhouse on Elm Street from 1 to 3 p.m. All proceeds from this year’s silent auction will go toward replacing, repairing and expanding the playground equipment in Lions Park. For more information on the silent auction, visit the auction website. Also, for a full list of events at this year’s Fall Festival, check out www.zlionsevents.com or look them up on Facebook by searching ZLionsFallFestival.

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Bicycle ride inspires unity and courage

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Cindi Hart has an impressive resume: national and world medal cyclist and speedskater, a Special Olympics coach, and philanthropy 2005 U.S. Olympic coach of the year. Yet, there is one accomplishment of which she is particularly proud: a two-time breast cancer survivor. Thus, it was not surprising that Hart chose to combine her love of cycling with a desire to connect with others whose lives have been affected by cancer. In Spokes of Hope, Hart discovered a winning combination. “I wanted to get involved with other survivors,” Hart said. “We all wanted to connect with one another because no one should have to go through the cancer journey alone. So, we started riding from one treatment center to the next to offer hope and support. Making that connection with other survivors is so very important.” Spokes of Hope is a non-profit organization which seeks to raise both funds and awareness for those who are battling cancer either as a patient or as a caregiver. Cyclists ride in honor of those who have completed treatment, those who are in treatment, and those who lost their lives to cancer. On Sept. 8, Spokes of Hope will participate in Zionsville’s annual Fall Festival. “We’re really very excited to be involved with Zionsville and the Lions Club as Zionsville becomes more and more bicycle friendly,” Hart said.

is not contagious, but hope can be. The ride will include three courses, 31 miles, 62 miles or 100 miles, and snack stops will be included on each route. Survivors will be honored at the beginning of the ride, and at the conclusion of the ride, there will be a bell for survivors to ring to celebrate their finish. Registration, which is $50, is open now and will remain open through the day of the race when registration opens at 7 a.m. and the race begins at 8 a.m. If you would like to become involved with Spokes of Hope or to contribute, please visit spokes of hope at www.spokesofhome.com.

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Part of the goal of Spokes of Hope is to change people’s perception of cancer. “People have to understand that we don’t want pity, we want a cure,” Hart said. “When we get together, it is as far from a pity party as you can get! We celebrate life, we embrace life and we experience life. Hope is really the number one enemy of cancer. That is part of our slogan: cancer

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The Lions Club’s VIP Carnival, which kicks off Fall Festival, helps some very special people make some very special memories By Abby Walton • news@currentzionsville.com When a child is diagnosed with special needs, a family has to adjust its ideas of what’s considered “normal.” Outings take cover story a little bit more planning, and often it’s the adults that come away emotionally drained after enduring stares or comments from people who just don’t take the time to step into their shoes. Incidents like this can make families feel isolated. However, the Zionsville Lions Club stages a yearly event to make sure those families know they aren’t alone. “The idea for the VIP Carnival came from reading about a Lions Club in Texas,” said Leigh Ann Akard, former president of the Lions Club. Akard said before one of their festivals, the group would open the carnival to families who had a member with special needs. “As I was reading the article, I thought about our club, and right off the bat I could think of three members who had a relative with special needs,” Akard said. Knowing there were more families in the community that faced these challenges, the Lions Club created the VIP Carnival, to kick off Fall Festival Sept. 6. “We really try to gear this event toward the whole family and tailor it to their needs,” Akard said. Phil Howard, a Lions Club member, said when he heard about the idea in 2008, he immediately wanted to be involved. Howard’s is one of many families in the area who has a child with special needs. His son, Chris, has Down Syndrome, so Howard said he understands what these families go through on a daily basis. “We really wanted to focus on the person first and the ailment second,” he said. Howard worked the carnival that first year,

(Above) A high five is the reaction that Chris Howard, left, and Best Buddy, Kacey Winters, share after enjoying a carnival ride. Dedicated volunteers, like Tom Schuler (left), make VIP night possible each year since its inception in 2008. (Submitted photo)

but by year two, Akard said he needed to experience it with his son. “So Chris and I went to the carnival, and when we got there he saw several of his friends from the Best Buddies program. So he turns, looks at me and said, ‘See ya, Dad’ and took off with his friends. For me, it was the first time in 16 years I was able to have a typical kid experience with my son. I always had him within eyesight and now, here he was, blowing me off to hang out with his friends. I loved it,” Howard said. Along with families or caregivers, Akard and Howard said the VIP Carnival also gives kids from the Best Buddies program at Zionsville Community Schools a chance to interact for the first time. “We have 20 kids with special needs who are the buddies and we pair them up with a team of students,” said Karen Cohen, the advisor for the

ZCS Best Buddies program. Since school starts a few weeks before Fall Festival, the VIP Carnival is one of the first outings for Buddies and their new friends. “It’s always fun to see them because you can tell the students aren’t quite sure what to do, but by the end of the carnival, they’ve figured it out and are having a great time. It’s really a way for them to connect and then continue building on that experience throughout the year,” Howard said. This year’s VIP Carnival will take place on Sept. 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Lions Park in Zionsville. Registration starts at 5 p.m. and the VIP rides are free until 8 p.m. That night includes dinner for the VIPs and their immediate families or caregivers and wristbands for two to enjoy unlimited rides.

“We really want to make this a stress-free event for the family, so we also have extra, professionally trained staff and “Designated Riders” to help the families,” Akard said. Sponsors, including the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism in Zionsville, Chick-fi-la and many others also provide services to make sure the VIP Carnival is a free event. “We just want everyone to leave with a smile on their face,” Akard said. While it may only be for a night, this event lets families know they aren’t alone. That, in fact, there are many people in their community, that know exactly what it’s like to be in their shoes. For more information about the VIP Carnival, look them up on Facebook or visit www.zlionsevents. com.


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Stress eating, Hoosier style It is our position that the latest obesity study indicates that life in the Hoosier state may be a little too cushy for some Baby Boomers. In the annual “F as in Fat” report by the Trust for America’s Health and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Hoosiers ages 45 to 64 have a 37 percent obesity rate, ranking seventh worst in the nation. Indiana’s adult obesity rate is 31.4 percent, ranking eighth highest in the nation, the same ranking as last year. Some may say obese Hoosiers have reached a plateau, only it’s not the right kind of plateau attributed to weight loss coming to a standstill as the result of adhering to a weight loss plan. It appears that the Hoosier sandwich generation may be enjoying a few too many pork tenderloins and extra-large pieces of sugar cream pie. Let’s face it, for most, living a consistently healthy life-style is hard, especially for those that are under stress and have hurried schedules due to simultaneously raising children, holding down jobs and caring for aging parents. In reality, sedentary vocations, the frenetic pace and expectations of modern life and the skyrocketing cost of living are enough to drive anyone to the pantry.

Order your own Commentary by Terry Anker Each year, our boys and I scout the local merchants seeking just the right item for their mother’s and grandmother’s birthdays and Christmas. With the passage of time, we have seen thoughtful, almost obsessive, attention to the task – while other years required considerable effort on my part to remind them of the joy of giving. One year found us at an establishment that carried a stunning array of perfumed candles. Excited that we’d arrived at the point that our kids were taking notice of their mother’s interests (previous years they’d suggested that Mom might like toys – if she didn’t, they would happily play with them for her), we indulged in an hour sampling each scent from lavender to theater popcorn (the ultimate choices). Without missing a beat, these wise women rewarded the effort made by the fledgling gift-givers. The gift of time, and caring, was far more important than the meager present. While we may respect and admire the dedi-

cation of thoughtful givers, life has squeezed time to the point that we are most likely to stockpile a go-to present for dinner party hosts and business colleagues. It has to be something tasteful, to be sure. It should also represent the things that connect us – not those that divide. Ideally, this universal donor of gifts might remind the receiver time and again of the friend who shared it. I’ve found such a gift in the Indiana Humanities publication “Food for Thought: An Indiana Harvest.” It tells the story of individual people and their personal connection with food. It inspires those who read it to consider and share their own stories. How could a book do more? And if you invite me over for dinner you might get a copy! Easier still, order one of your own. Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current Publishing, LLC. You may e-mail him at terry@currentincarmel. com.

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The curtain is about to go up on Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s season at The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts. And, as has been the case the previous two seasons since Civic relocated from Indianapolis, we’re thrilled to be a main-stage sponsor of the season. Founded in 1915, it now is under the proficient management of Executive Director Cheri Dick and Artistic Director Bob Sorbera. The principal resident company of the 500-seat theatre will produce “Pippin” (Sept. 6-21), “Schoolhouse Rock Live” (Sept. 2528), “1940s Radio Hour” (Oct. 25-Nov. 9), “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” (Dec. 13-Jan. 4), “Steel Magnolias” (Feb. 7-22) and “The Cat in the Hat” (Feb. 25-March 2). We’re certain it will be a season to remember, because that’s exactly what Civic always delivers. It’s not too soon to buy season or single-show tickets. You may do so at www.civictheatre. org or 843.3800. ••• It’s right around the corner, one of Zionsville’s signature events. We’re talking about the annual Fall Festival, which is about to lift the lid on its 40th edition. This year, it runs Sept. 6-8. We’re proud to help sponsor the event, and we hope you’ll participate in all the offerings. There is preview coverage in today’s paper, and a special section is headed your way in next week’s edition. The festival, as you might know, is the Zionsville Lions Club’s “baby,” and it serves as the primary fundraiser for Lions Park, arguably one of the town’s greatest assets. In addition to the annual parade, there will be activities galore, up to and including a performance by the Reece Dickerson Band and an auction in the Entertainment Tent. Staging the event doesn’t simply “happen,” so when you see club President Tim Reinhart or any club member, for that matter, offer up congratulations and a word of thanks. Brian Kelly, publisher, and Steve Greenberg, general manager, are co-owners of Current Publishing, LLC. Write them at info@ youarecurrent.com.

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Time to interview the parents Commentary by Danielle Wilson

Well, I’ve gone and done it now. I am bawling my eyes out after having finally watched a video of my paternal grandmother humor sharing her memories. I say finally because Nanny died in 2006, and I received the DVD the following Christmas. You’d think that after seven years I would be able to get through the thing without losing my fashizzite, but no dice thanks to the stupid melancholy background music with lyrics like “Where are you, Claire?” Yes, her name was Claire. Actually, I had forgotten I owned the thing until my daughter was looking for a lost Hello Kitty wallet (with a whole $11 in it, thank you very much!). She pulled out the case and asked “Who’s this old lady?” When I told her, she had to clarify “Is this Granny, Nanny or Mamaw Johmann?” [All three grandmas passed within a couple of years of each other, and she has vague recollections of each.] “Cool! Nanny was in a movie?” [I wish! She totally could have played a Hogwarts’ professor.] I explained how my aunt had hired a woman to interview her and record her life stories. So this morning, having been rudely awakened early by the cat, I decided to visit with my favorite British grandmother. She mostly told tales of wartime England, some I’d heard before but some that were new. Like the day she walked two miles uphill in the snow (both ways) to get to a hospital for a monkey bite to her shin.

Classic Nanny. I laughed through most of this portion, remembering her constant tea drinking (with lots of milk and sugar) and penchant for exaggeration. But seeing the old black and white photographs of her and my grandfather, some with my uncle and my father as young children, brought forth so many questions. How did my grandparents meet? Was my grandfather present at my dad’s birth? Where was the house where she was sheltered from German bombings in London? Now that Nanny’s gone, I may never know the answers. And that’s what upset me most. I may not have that much time left with my own parents, and yet I rarely take advantage of the fact that they still have much to tell. Why haven’t my sisters and I recorded their stories, too? I miss Nanny, but she led a long, mostly happy life. Still, I’d give anything for one more afternoon with her. So I’ll channel my tears into something productive, and make the time to “interview” mom and dad. I’m not sure they can compete with World War II monkey attacks, but at least their grandchildren will have something that they can always remember them by. Peace out.

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

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I created quite a stir at the Unitarian Church last Sunday. Mary Ellen was embarrassed when she first heard it. The entire conhumor gregation was starting to look in my general direction. Noelle started elbowing her husband. She thought Dan was the instigator. Dan was almost 100 percent sure it wasn’t him. Spouses were poking each other and some of the kids were giggling. My wife thought I should excuse myself from the sanctuary. Was that my stomach growling? No one has this identification problem with other bodily eruptions. Everyone clearly knows who the originator is – although with one sound in particular (and its result) there is usually blame-shifting that unfairly maligns the family dog. But with things like sneezing, hiccupping, and coughing, it’s seldom an issue. I’ll admit that I do have loud internal plumbing. Each week, I record a version of this newspaper column for broadcast on the local public radio station. Scott Hoke, my producer, listens through his headset during the recording session to ensure the audio is top quality. “Let’s do that last line over again, Dick. I just heard WFYI’s sewer back up. Or was that your stomach?” The technical name for a grumbling stomach is borborygmi. The term comes from the Greek word borborugmos. The dictionary says this is an example of onomatopoeia, a word that imitates

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the sound associated with something. Yes, just like the Anglo-Saxon term bowwow accurately mimics the noise your Rottweiler makes, the Greeks nailed it with boborgymi. Now, before you start googling (which is also medical jargon for what my stomach is doing), I have already looked up this symptom, and I am now aware that stomach rumbling is one indication of about 35 different illnesses, including uremia, mesenteric ischemia, aerophagia and functional dyspepsia – none of which I had ever heard of. When your insides churn noisily, your brain is sending a message to your gut to prepare for a meal. As one medical site notes, your belly is saying: “Hungry. No food here; must eat soon.” Why do stomachs sound like Tonto talking to the Lone Ranger? Apparently, your intestines are always growling, says another expert, but when you have eaten, you are less likely to hear them. I’ve been at my computer writing this column all afternoon and my wife just sent me an email saying she had a tough day and wants to go out for a quiet dinner. I hated to tell her, but that wasn’t going to happen. Not when I’m this hungry.

Dick Wolfsie is an author, columnist, and speaker. Contact him at wolfsie@aol.com.


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THIS WEEK Singles event – Three D’s Pub & Cafe, 13644 N. Meridian St., will be host to a singles meet and greet on Aug. 31 starting at 9 p.m. CARMEL Singles can pick up their blue wristbands at the door and then enjoy the live music of Twin Peaks, a twin-sister act that features Top 40 dance and rock tunes, complete with choreography, ranging from Tina Turner to Bruno Mars. There is a $5 cover charge for the event, and there will be drawings for prizes. For more information about the band, visit www.twinpeaksindy.com. WISH-TV’s Mudsock Game 2013 – Hit the gridiron Aug. 30, for the annual Mudsock Game, the clash of the Fishers High School and FISHERS Hamilton Southeastern High School varsity football teams. The game starts at 7 p.m. Fishers High School, 13000 Promise Rd., hosts the game at its Reynolds Tiger Stadium and IU Health Field. Adults, check out VIP tickets at www.hsefoundation.org. General admission is $5.

Forget the burgers: Clambake, anyone?

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Labor Day reminds us that summer is coming to a close. It’s the symbolic last hurrah in the backyard – the time to relish the shade that the leaves on our trees can provide one more time, labor day because the next thing we know we’ll be wearing our fleeces and raking them. So why not throw a party? Maybe you’ve been meaning to have your neighbors over for a cookout all summer. But a Labor Day party doesn’t have to mean burgers on the grill, and it doesn’t have to mean buying all the red, white and blue decorations you can find at the party goods store. It could be a little more creative… Since Hamilton County is lovingly referred to as the “Hamptons of the Midwest,” why not bring the Hamptons to your backyard? Why not be the “Barefoot Contessa” of your neighborhood? Let’s import a little East Coast style this Labor Day. Here are some ideas: Menu: You’re probably not interested in digging a big hole in your backyard to do a proper clambake. But, you could create a menu that embodies the spirit of a clambake, such as: • Lobster or crab sliders with lemon aioli • Cioppino (Seafood stew) • Chunks of seasoned, oven-roasted sweet corn and red potatoes • Grilled crusty loaves of bread rubbed with olive oil and fresh garlic, sprinkled with sea salt And we’ve all had plenty of watermelon this summer, but it doesn’t have to just be cut in wedges. Consider a watermelon gazpacho or salad of watermelon, crumbled feta and mint finished with reduced balsamic vinegar. For dessert, there’s nothing better (or easier) than a fresh fruit crisp warm from the oven with a scoop of good quality gelato (home-made ice cream is even better if someone in your family is so inclined!) Hollowed and stuffed cherry tomatoes make a quick and festive appetizer (and one the kids can help do).

Drinks: Cape Codders are an obvious choice. Electric Blue Lemonades will match the décor. And the citrusy tang of frozen orange-bourbon slush is a perfect complement to seafood. Premix any of these and have them ready for self-serve as your guests arrive. Use aluminum tubs filled with ice for soft drinks and bottled water and white wine. Décor: First of all, forget the red, white and blue. We did that in July. What about just the cool simplicity of cobalt blue and white, set off by rustic aluminum? It fits the breezy, beachy feel, and it’s inexpensive, too. A nice blue background set off by repurposed large and small aluminum cans or mason jars filled with white daisies sets a gorgeous stage. Go to the fabric store and look for a cobalt blue and white print fabric; you’ll need three yards to cover a 6-foot banquet table. You can also use mason jars to hold utensils, napkins and candles, or use them to serve gazpacho, drinks or dessert. Scatter seashells or sand dollars on the buffet. White Christmas lights in the trees, around the deck or on your buffet table will complete your look, and create a warm feel when the sun goes down. If you have a fire pit, use it! Activity: Croquet is the perfect game to round out an East Coast evening, and it’s fun for grown-ups and kids alike. Enjoy! All of our menu items suggested here are easy to make ahead, so that when your guests arrive you can relax with them instead of spending your Labor Day laboring over a hot grill. Cheers. Visit our www.currentnightandday.com for the following recipes: • Electric Blue Lemonade • Orange Bourbon Slush • Watermelon Gazpacho • Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes • Cioppino

Allow Me to Illustrate Exhibit – The exhibition room at the Judge Stone House is filled with works by artists from NOBLESVILLE different eras of Central Indiana’s history, from the early 1900s to today. Nickel Plate Arts Campus, 107 S. Eighth St., will feature the exhibit through Aug. 31. The exhibit is open noon to 5 p.m. Aug. 29 and 30 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 31. Admission is free. For more information, visit http:// nickelplatearts.org.

Westfield Farmers Market – Ameriana Bank will continue to host its inaugural Marketplace at Westfield from 5 to 8 p.m. WESTFIELD Aug. 30 in its parking lot at the corner of Ind. 32 and Carey Road. Admission is free. The Marketplace at Westfield features fresh produce from local growers and goods from Indiana artisans. The market will run through Sept. 27. Seafood fest – Traders Point Creamery will celebrate it’s 10th anniversary with a seafood fest on the farm. Guest Chef zionsVILLE Tom Santelli will join Traders Point Creamery Chef Brandon Canfield along with guest Sous Chefs Kris Crossley and John Lawyer to bring a taste of the sea to the final summer Dinner on the Deck. Seating is 7 to 9 p.m. and the wine and beer bar opens at 6 p.m. The Tad Robinson Trio will play live blues and soul from 6:30 to 9:30p.m. The cost is $48 per person and reservations are required and can be made by calling 733-1700 or by e-mailing events@traderspointcreamery.com


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Peter Dunn, a.k.a. “Pete the Planner” • Does the idea of an early retirement sound appealing? This free class addresses the financial rigors of retirement. • Carmel Clay Public Library Program Room, 55 4th Ave., SE, Carmel • 7 to 8:30 p.m. • Free • Contact Ruth Niesenhal at 814-3905 with questions

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Westfield Farmers Market • Americana Bank has opened its parking lot each Friday evening during the summer for Westfield’s Farmers Market. Stop by and browse through the array of vendors present. • 33333 Ind. 32, Westfield • 5 to 8 p.m. • Free

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Marsh Symphony on the Prairie: ‘Classic Mystery Tour: Music of The Beatles’ • Hear classics from The Beatles performed with a symphony orchestra: “Penny Lane” with a live trumpet section, “Yesterday” with an acoustic guitar and string quartet and a rock classic blend on “I Am the Walrus.” The Los Angeles Times calls the group’s performance “more than just an incredible simulation…the swelling strings and soaring French horn lines gave Saturday’s live performance a high goose-bump quotient…the crowd stood and bellowed for more.” • Conner Prairie Amphitheater, 13400 Allisonville Rd., Fishers • 8 p.m. tonight, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. for picnicking; guests are encouraged to bring food and drinks. • $23 in advance for adults; $12 for children from Marsh, Main Street, and O’Malia supermarkets; $28 at the gate of the performance day for adults; $14 for children. • 6394300 • www.indianapolissymphonyorchestra.org

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Carmel Farmers Market • One of the largest farmer’s markets in Indiana features more than 60 vendors, in addition to cooking demonstrations and music. Guests can also enjoy free parking. • 1 Center Green, Carmel • 8 to 11:30 a.m. every Saturday through Oct. 5 • 710-0162 • www.carmelfarmersmarket.com

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Zionsville Farmers Market • More than 35 vendors show a colorful display of breads, pastries, cheeses, as well as farm-fresh eggs, meat, fruits and vegetables; live music and special events. • The corner of Main and Hawthorne streets, Zionsville • 8 to 11 a.m. through Sept. 28 • Free • farmersmarketzionsville@gmail.com • www.zionsvillefarmersmarket.org The Center Presents: Smokey Robinson • The music of smooth, Motown soul R&B singer, Smokey Robinson, has earned him a Grammy award with the song, “Just To See Her,” No. 1 hits, including “Baby That’s Backatcha,” and a major hit on the Billboard Hot 100, “Being With You.” • The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts, Robinson 1 Center Green, Carmel • 8 p.m. • $15 for students; starts at $70 for adult tickets • 843-3800 • www.thecenterpresents.org Singles Meet and Greet • Singles: a chance to meet your potential soul mate at Three D’s Pub And Café. Twin Peaks, a local band that plays Top 40 dance and rock tunes, will perform. The group plays a variety of music, from Tina Turner to Bruno Mars. • 13644 N. Meridian St., Carmel • 9 p.m. • 5739746 • www.twinpeaksindy.com

Mumford & Sons: ‘The Full English Tour’ • The English folk rock band comes to Noblesville to perform “The Full English Tour.” The group’s debut album, “Sign No More,” reached number one in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand; their second album, “Babel,” which featured the hit, “I Will Wait,” debuted at No. 1 in the UK and U.S. and was the second biggest selling debut in 2012 in the U.S. and won a Grammy award for Album of the Year. • Klipsch Music Center, 12880 E. 146th St., Noblesville • 7 p.m. • Starts at $34 • www.livenation.com

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Don’t forget about food safety Commentary by Joe Drozda with Bob Bley It feels like the season is changing, doesn’t it? Just lay back on your chaise lounge and look way up into the tree tops and you’ll notice an active, leaf-moving breeze that wasn’t there during those heavy, humid summer “dog days.” The nights and mornings are cooler, and it’s evident that fall is finally approaching to give us relief. The spent fields and brown roadsides have given us all they have for this year; now we can look forward to the change of season and the fall colors. These days, fall brings more than pretty leaves - it brings football and tailgating. There’s high school, college and our favorite pro football team that are starting their seasons and realizing a need to be more and more into their fans’ tailgating experience.

After all, tailgate parties are America’s chance to eat rich foods that add to the game night/day experience. They provide a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere to socialize with friends. We should add that they are relaxing and enjoyable if you follow a few simple food safety rules to keep your guests from experiencing problems. To find out hhow to keep your guest healthy throughout your tailgating season and a recipe for heart-healthy stuffed mushrooms visit www.currentnightandday.com Joe Drozda is an author about sports and food. You may contact him at drozda@ tailgatershandbook.com or visit www. tailgatershandbook.com.

Indianapolis City Ballet to feature special guest – Indiana Ballet Conservatory has announced that Miko Fogarty, star of the movie “First Position” and gold medal winner of the Moscow International Ballet Competition this year, has been invited to dance in Indianapolis City Ballet’s “Evening with the Stars” on Sept.7 at the Old National Centre. Fogarty was born in England and has lived in California until she moved to Carmel in April at the invitation of guest Master Instructor/Coach Alexei Moskalenko. Moskalenko, a former Bolshoi ballet dancer, assured Fogarty and her mom that he could assemble the best Russian team of trainers to include Tatiana Pali, Alyona Yakovleva-Randall, and himself. Since locating to Carmel, she has been training exclusively with IBC’s Founding Artistic Director, Alyona Yakovleva-Randall, Academy Principal, Tatiana Pali and Moskalenko. She has been invited to perform in numerous international ballet galas and now is making a special appearance at the invitation of Indianapolis City Ballet. To learn more, contact Missy@IndianaBalletConservatory.org.

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Ingredients: 12 ounces sour cream cheese, softened; 1 (8 ounce) package shredded cheddar cheese; 1 tablespoon bacon bits; 12 ounces jalapeño peppers, seeded and halved; 1 cup milk; 1 cup all-purpose flour; 1 cup dry bread crumbs; 2 quarts oil for frying Directions: In a medium bowl, mix the cream cheese, cheddar cheese and bacon bits. Spoon this mixture into the jalapeño pepper halves. Put the milk and flour into two separate small bowls. Dip the stuffed jalapeños first into the milk then into the flour, making sure they are well coated with each. Allow the coated jalapeños to dry for about 10 minutes. Dip the jalapeños in milk again and roll them through the breadcrumbs. Allow them to dry then repeat to ensure the entire surface of the jalapeño is coated. In a medium skillet, heat the oil to 365 degrees F (180 degrees C). Deep fry the coated jalapeños 2 to 3 minutes each, until golden brown. Remove and let drain on a paper towel. Recipe by users HLSANDS and photo by user kbwmachine via www.allrecipes.com

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Ingredients: 2 cups white sugar; 1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour; 3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder; 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda; 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder; 1 teaspoon salt; 2 eggs; 1 cup milk; 1/2 cup vegetable oil; 2 teaspoons vanilla extract; 1 cup boiling water Frosting: 3/4 cup butter; 1 1/2 cups unsweetened cocoa powder; 5 1/3 cups confectioners’ sugar; 2/3 cup milk; 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour two 9-inch cake pans. Use the first set of ingredients to make the cake. In a medium bowl, stir together the sugar, flour, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Add the eggs, milk, oil and vanilla, mix for 3 minutes with an electric mixer. Stir in the boiling water by hand. Pour evenly into the two prepared pans. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes in the preheated oven, until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool for 10 minutes before removing from pans to cool completely. To make the frosting, use the second set of ingredients. Cream butter until light and fluffy. Stir in the cocoa and confectioners’ sugar alternately with the milk and vanilla. Beat to a spreading consistency. Split the layers of cooled cake horizontally, cover the top of each layer with frosting, then stack them onto a serving plate. Frost the outside of the cake. Recipe by user RACH56 and photo by user Jessica via www.allrecipes.com

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Nemo’s Sports Pub & Grill The Scoop: There’s a great new dining option in Noblesville. Welcome to Nero’s Sports Pub and Grill, a refreshing, exciting new place for food and fun. Fresh sandwiches, soups, salads and appetizers are all part of the menu at Nemo’s. Want more? Well, you are in luck, because at Nemo’s you can build your own personal burger. Nemo’s is a sports style restaurant with a pool table, dartboards and several flat screen TVs. Type of food: Burgers Price of entrees: $8 to $19.75 Specialty: Burgers Food Recommendation: Pork tenderloin Dress: Casual Hours: 11 a.m. to 1a.m. Sunday through Wednesday, and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. Location: 15887 Cumberland Rd., Suite 111 Phone: 678-0177 Website: www.nerossportspub.com

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You are what you eat, do, think

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My mom often joked when I was a young adult that she must have gotten the wrong child at the hospital. Instead of having me on the mat as her daughter, who was always eating healthy and exercising, she knew she had a child out there that was eating pizza and drinking beer. Wherever I went with my mom, I would just have to listen for her laughter to find out where she was. Two things, however, she didn’t like to do were exercise and eat live/green food. Now at 82, my mom dreads walking more than a few feet and asks the same questions every minute or so. She has dementia. I can’t help wonder if she would have more of a quality of life if she would have cared more about her health. However, she still loves to laugh. Here is a quote by James H. West, “Health is a large word. It embraces not the body only, but the mind and spirit as well;…and not today’s pain or pleasure alone, but the whole being and outlook of a man.” What if, just what if, our bodies are the temple of our souls? Would you do anything different? Let’s consider the following ideas: You are what you eat Two weeks ago, Indiana received its annual health ranking as the eighth most obese state.

You already know what the implications are with obesity. If this is a challenge, start with cutting down portions and have a full glass of water before every meal. May we all find ways to make a difference with our friends and family, too, even if it is what we serve our children every day or bring to holiday get-togethers. You are what you do (or don’t do) Most Americans are sitting 9 or more hours a day in front of a computer. At the end of a long day, try not to be a couch potato. Don’t ask yourself the question, “to do or not to do?” Do it! Get your endorphins going and create energy in your body that you forgot you had. You are what you think The average person has about 72,000 thoughts a day. If those thoughts are stressful, you literally can add 30 chronological years to your life. Here’s a question for you: If you didn’t know how old you were, how old would you be? Our natural God-given state is meant to be peace and joy. May you seek those two things with all your heart. Until next time… Namaste! Dr. Sally Brown Bassett is a yogi, social entrepreneur and world traveler. She is the owner of Peace through Yoga studios in Zionsville and can be reached at sally.bassett@peacethroughyoga.com.

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Pooches to the rescue – Travel to the University of Pennsylvania’s Working Dog Center, where they’re using man’s best friend to help fight ovarian cancer. They’re training three canines to get to the bottom of something deadly, the “signature compound that indicates the presence of ovarian cancer.” They’re snouts may be able to figure out the chemical that indicates the ailment and lead to a sensor made by another group that can do the same. – www.nbcnews.com

Lunchmeat lesson – Cut back on the hot dogs and the cold cuts. They’re linked to a higher likelihood of colon cancer in people that eat tons of the stuff. – www. webmd.com

Evolution plays a role – Menopause is brought to you by evolution, thanks to men’s preference to mate with younger women. A study from a Canadian university, McMaster, appears to show that the evolutionary trigger led to women being infertile at older ages. – CBSNews.com via The Week

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Are umbrella policies worth it? Commentary by Jamie Ianigro

Question from John H. from Carmel: What’s the deal with umbrella policies? It just seems like an added cost, but my agent Insurance suggests I add one every year. Response from Jamie Ianigro: You are right to say that an umbrella policy is an added cost, but it is well-worth that cost for the additional protection it provides. I always encourage my clients to at least consider adding the extra layer of liability protection that an umbrella/catastrophe policy will add. An umbrella policy is really all about having the peace of mind in knowing that your family and assets are protected. There are many ways to end up with an umbrella claim but the most common umbrella claim is an auto accident involving multiple injuries and very costly medical bills. The other common claim is an incident on your property that results in injury. Medical and legal costs can eat up the underlying limits of your homeowner, auto, boat or motorcycle policy pretty quickly. Your umbrella policy or your personal assets cover these costs when your policy limits are exhausted. This is definitely a topic you should discuss with your independent insurance agent to make sure you are protected by a level of coverage

that you are comfortable with. Most people should be pretty comfortable with a coverage limit of $1 million, but limits more than $10 million are available if you are looking for more. I don’t want to say that umbrella claims are unpreventable because they are the type of claims that happen no matter how prepared you are. There are some things that make a claim more likely, such as having a pool, living on a lake, having a young driver or owning a boat/ATV/ snow mobile (basically anything fun).  A quick claim scenario… The son of a policy holder was driving his car on a short road trip with a friend, the claimant. The car drifted off the road and into a phone pole when the son fell asleep at the wheel. The passenger was hospitalized for more than a month with broken bones and internal injuries. The hospitalization was followed by some time in a wheelchair, but he was able to walk again after six months of physical therapy. This claim cost $800,000 with $300,000 coming from the auto limits and $500,000 coming from the umbrella limits.   Jamie Ianigro is with Shepherd Insurance & Finanacial Services. Have an insurance question you need answered? Send it to asktheadvisor@shepherdins.com.

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Boston lives in Pendleton and many children in the Indianapolis Metro are affected by Cystic Fibrosis. Please help Boston, Pendleton, IN me raise money for this debilitating disease. My name is Danny Spiczenski and this year I am devoted to raising money for Boston and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those with cystic fibrosis. Thank you for supporting the mission of the CF Foundation!

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NEW ADVANCEMENT IN SKINCARE We have seen ads and commercials by all the leading drug store manufacturers for sonic facial cleansing brushes. This technology was actually created by a company called Clarisonic. The Clarisonic brand is not available in drugstores, though many imitation cleansing brush systems exist. Salon 01 carries the Clarisonic Pro for Face & Body. This facial brush cleanses 6x better then manual cleansing alone. The sonic micro-massage loosens and removes dirt, oil and makeup from pores. We have had excellent feedback from clients and staff alike who will never go a day again without using their Clarisonic. Don’t be fooled by copy cats that can actually irritate the skin over time! Stop in Salon 01 to learn more about this revolutionary skin cleansing and rejuvenating system today! MYTH BUSTERS We researched the following myths for you! Myth #1: A cold rinse adds shine and tames frizz. True. A blast of cold water at the end of your shower can make your hair appear shinier and smoother because it closes the cuticle. Myth #2: Hair can become immune to shampoo. False. Shampoo will always do its job. The trick is to get the right shampoo for your hair type and styling needs. Consult with a Salon 01 professional for a recommendation that is right for you. Myth #3: Brushing your hair often makes it healthier. False. Over-brushing your hair can actually dull it by destroying the cuticle as well as cause split ends and breakage.

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Plumbing fixtures are an important design element Commentary by David Decker

Faucets, shower heads and other types of plumbing can make a major impact on the look of your kitchen or bathroom. Between indoors selecting a style, finish and function, there’s a lot to decide on when it comes to picking out plumbing. Fortunately, the Affordable Companies has assembled a plumbing trends overview to help you make a decision. First, you will want to decide on the color and style of plumbing you’d like to install. It should complete the look of your kitchen or bathroom: not clash with it. In terms of color, faucets and plumbing are available in a variety of finishes including chrome, nickel, brass and gold. Select a finish and use it to coordinate with other accessories in the room (such as drawer hardware or towel holders). Let’s take a look at popular plumbing options for each room, beginning with the kitchen. Instead of a standard faucet, you should consider installing a pull-out model. These faucets are attached to a moveable cord so that water streams can be moved and directed whenever needed. The sink isn’t the only place in the kitchen were you may need a faucet.

Today, you can run plumbing and water throughout the kitchen in a variety of places. Install a faucet above the stove to fill pans with ease. Or, create a special vegetable peeling cabinet station complete with a garbage disposal. Now we can give a quick overview of bathroom plumbing options. It’s a good idea to coordinate all of your bathroom faucets with the bathtub and shower faucets for a cohesive design. You’ll also want to consider the functional features of each faucet in your bathroom. A hand shower can be useful for rinsing hair or showering young children. For a relaxing experience, the shower can be equipped with heads that jet water out of the walls or ceiling if you prefer. And if you are concerned about safety, faucets can be equipped with anti-scalding guards so that you don’t have to worry about a family member being burnt by hot water. Picking out plumbing and faucets can be a lot of fun, especially because you get the opportunity to check out new technologies and innovations. So try not to stress about the abundance of choices. Select pieces that work well for the activities you do most in your home.

Using different shower heads to customize your space can create a unique shower designed to not only clean but relax and pamper as well. (Submitted photo)

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Skip’s Auctions Gallery Every Monday Night 6 p.m. Auction Zip #26565 We buy estates, households, gold, silver and coins 14000 St. Rd. 32E, Noblesville, IN 765.606.6001 Always accepting clean consignments.

Tools, yard equipment, Household items, baby clothes, Thursday from 2-6pm Friday from 8-6pm Saturday from 8-3pm 10702 Augusta Blvd Fishers 46037

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Upscale Junk and Antiques, located at 23478 US 31 North, Cicero will be opening August 31. Dealer Space Available. 317-801-0200

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

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We’re looking for mature, hard working, enthusiastic individuals who want to be a part of a winning team. Immediate openings, part-time days for the following shifts: M-F 10:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M., M-F 11:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M. and M-F 6:00 A.M. – 9:30 A.M. for Sandwich Dressers, Cashiers & Kitchen Area Workers, 18 years of age or older. If you enjoy working with people and love to learn new things, we want to meet you. We offer flexible schedules and the opportunity to advance. Apply online at www.lennys.com or at Lenny’s Sub Shop, 820 E. 116th St., Carmel, IN.  Lenny’s Sub Shop is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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