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Volume 140, Number 7

Lawson Steps Down

Indiana’s longest-serving Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, announced that she is stepping down after a 32-year career in public service. The Hendricks County native’s career began here in 1989 when she was elected County Clerk. In 1996, she was elected to the State Senate. In 2006, she was the first woman selected as Senate CONNIE LAWSON Majority Floor Leader. She was appointed Secretary of State by Governor Mitch Daniels on March 2012, to complete the term of Charlie White, elected in 2010, after he was removed from office after being convicted of voter fraud, theft and perjury. She successfully ran for re-election in 2014 and 2018. As Indiana’s chief elections officer, she focused on ensuring the integrity and security of elections. She championed sweeping election reforms and led the effort to clean Indiana’s voter rolls. Thanks to her efforts, all Indiana counties now have access to cybersecurity tools to protect elections. Secretary Lawson educated Hoosiers about smart money decisions and fought for stringent penalties for white collar criminals. She directed substantial innovation and cutting edge technology to improve how businesses interact with government by through the State’s business onestop portal, INBiz. As a public servant, Lawson has been a true inspiration to women in government, an agent of change for Indiana counties and a determined advocate for the prevention of diseases that would rob us of our loved ones. In addition to her public work, she and her husband Jack own Lawson & Company, an auctioneer and real estate company. “I have dedicated the last 32 years of my life to public service,” said Secretary Lawson. “I have served with all of my heart and soul. It has been an honor to serve, but it is time for me to step down. “Like many Hoosiers, 2020 took a toll on me. I am resigning so I can focus on my health and my family. I will work with Governor Holcomb to ensure our next Secretary of State is up to the task and has the tools and resources to hit the ground running.” Governor Eric J. Holcomb issued statement on Lawson’s announcement: “Indiana’s own Iron Lady, Secretary of State Connie Lawson, has long defined what true public service and leadership is and ought to be all about. Throughout her time in county, legislative and statewide office, she set the standard for commitment, composure, class and credibility. “A trailblazer, holder of state records, even serving alongside three Governors as Secretary of State, through it all, Connie has remained universally respected by veterans and the next generation alike. “I’ll forever count myself fortunate and proud to say, ‘I served with Connie Lawson. And, while she’ll no longer be just down the hall from my Statehouse office, I know that she will continue to be a trusted advisor and great friend.

A Little Holiday Decor, Please

Thursday, February 18, 2021

LINK Public Transit Service

LINK Hendricks County provides public transit service to persons of any age (including wheelchair transport, portable oxygen, attendants, and service animals). Services are available to anyone needing a ride within Hendricks County. Those under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. If your child falls under the Indiana Child Seat Law you must provide a state approved car seat. LINK service is scheduled on a first come, first served basis, so riders are encouraged to call as soon as possible, up to three (3) months in advance. Curb to curb transportation is available Monday through Friday, during the hours of 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Service is not available on holidaysor when inclement weather prohibits safe boarding and/or travel. This is a fee-based service, $6 round trip within a town; $8 round trip within the county. The service is scheduled by calling LINK at 317-718-4474 and requesting LINK transportation. __________≠≠

Virtual Chair Yoga with Jan

Hendricks Countu Senior services offers Virtual Chair Yoga with Jan Dorsey, Mondays and Wednesdays at 11 a.m., at the HCSS Facebook page. Chair Yoga is a general term for practices that modify yoga poses so that they can be done while seated in a chair. These modifications make yoga accessible to people who cannot stand or lack the mobility to move easily from standing to seated to supine positions. While seated on chairs, participants can do versions of twists, hip stretches, forward bends, and mild backbends. In addition to a good stretch, chair yoga participants can also enjoy other health benefits of yoga, including improved muscle tone, better breathing habits, reduction of stress, better sleep, and a sense of well-being. This class is taught by Jan Dorsey, a Yoga Alliance Certified Instructor. __________ The highest reward for a person’s toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it. John Ruskin

In-Home Care

While some activities at the Senior Center are suspended due to COVID-19, there other in-home service programs that can assist helping seniors stay in their homes as long as possible. There are three levels of in-home care provided: Respite Services: Hendricks County Senior Services can provide a caring attendant in the home while the caregiver is away. Assistants provide companionship, supervision for safety, support with bathing, dressing, and grooming, mobility assistance, escort to medical appointments, medication reminders, food preparation, light housekeeping tasks, and laundry services. A limited number of grants are available to help caregivers who are unable to afford respite care. Attendant Services: Caring and professional attendants provide assistance and supportive services that include: companionship and planning of daily activities of living; supervision for safety; transportation to medical appointments; assistance with bathing, grooming and dressing; In case it had slipped anyone’s mind, Winter brought a medications reminders; nureminder. A two-day snowfall, from 6-10 inches, made a trition assistance with meal definite change in the scenery. On Danville’s Court House planning and food prepaSquare, mini-mountains snow appeared on the corners of ration; light housekeeping the intersections, the results of DPW’s street plowing. tasks and laundry services. County offices were closed Tuesday because of the haz- Homemaker Serardous conditions vices: Homemaker Atten______________________________________________ dants provide basic, light housekeeping; laundry and change of bedding; assistance with meal planning, food preparation and grocery shopping. In its third winter, the Respite, Attendant, and Vandalia Trail Brisk Bike Homemaker services are Rides series in Plainfield provided for a fee. The is hosted by the Friends of agency accepts Medicaid the Vandalia Trail (www. Waiver. For more informanrht.org/vandalia). tion and to discuss rates, The rides take place on call the agency at 317-745the third Saturday morn4303. ing each month, Novem__________ ber-March. Whether you’re a regular cold weather rider or would like to try it for the first time, come on out and enjoy a relaxed opportunity to try out your cold weather gear and exchange strategies on staying warm on the bike. The gathering point is right behind Biggby’s Coffee Hendricks County Huand the Metro Diner and in front of Meijer, convenient mane Society’s Pet Food for a hot drink before and a warm breakfast and shopping Pantry is still operating. after. The riders launch off to the nearby Vandalia Trail, You don’t have to be an expart of the cross-Indiana National Road Heritage Trail, isting Pet Food Pantry reInc. initiative, ride at a leisurely pace to its west end, then cipient - just call 317-745back to and down the White Lick Creek Trail a bit, finally 3338, answer some simple questions, returning to the Vandalia Trail for the last stretch back to informational and you can receive dog or breakfast. This route is about 10 miles, but the group or individu- cat food (& litter) as availals can choose more or less, depending on the conditions. able. Arrangements will be The out-and-back routing gives a lot of flexibility on dis- made for pickup. tance. In the past, ride temperatures have ranged 11-45 de- The HCHS Pet Food Pantry is part of the County grees. Riders participate at their own risk. Minors must be ac- Food Pantry Coalition, and companied by an adult who is responsible for them. If icy also participates in three conditions exist or if it is raining or snowing, the ride will Gleaners Mobile Food be canceled. For more information,visit www.nrht.org/ Pantry distributions. For more information about the vandalia. ______________________________________________ Hendricks County Humane Society, visit the website at hendrickshumane.org. __________

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The Republican’s office got an early Valentine treat from Miss Madeline Gulley last week. She thought some decorations were in order, so with color markers and sticky notes in hand, she mades some hearts to adorn one of our plants. This just might become a February tradition.

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We have been getting calls from subscribers about problems with the delivery of their newspaper. Some have been receiving them later than usual or not at all. The papers for Danville, Avon and out-of-county subscribers are taken to the Danville post office on Wednesday. The papers to be delivered to all other Hendricks County towns are taken to those individual post offices the same day. The out-of-county papers go to Indianapolis, then on their way to their destination, which usually adds days to the delivery time. On its website, the U.S. Postal Service has posted that it is “experiencing unprecedented volume increases and limited employee availability due to the impacts of COVID-19.” Please let us know if you don’t get your paper on the usual day so we can try to find out where the problem is.

HCHS Pet Food Pantry

Gleaners Mobile Pantry 2020-21

Gleaners Mobile Food Pantry’s schedule in Hendricks county for 2020-21: Danville: 1st Friday of each month, 1-3 p.m., 4-H Fairgrounds, 1900 E. Main. Stilesville: Every other 1st Wednesday, Oct., Dec, Feb., Apr., Jun. & August, 4-6 p.m., Christian Church, 8425 Morgan St. Pittsboro: Every other 1st Saturday, Nov., Jan. 9, Mar. May, Jul 10, Sep. 11, 10 a.m. - noon, Pittsboro Christian Church, 216 N. Maple St. ____________

It’s News To Us

Birthday parties, new babies, anniversaries, visits from long-lost cousins -these are the items that make up local news, the kind of news you only find in the pages of The Republican. If you have a local news item to contribute, you can call or fax us at 745-2777, send an e-mail to therepublican@ sbcglobal.net or drop by the office at 6 East Main in Danville. __________


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The Republican

Delving Into Yester~Year

Local historian and writer Paul Miner uses items from The Republican’s YesterYear column to develop an interesting, informative and often humorous article.

Hogs, Cattle, Horses & Fowl! To the Editor: Mid-February 1896, The Republican reported Danville Town Board’s “opinion” that cement walks were to be extended into the residential area. Walks were graveled then. Earlier, there were planks. Before that, townsfolk shared dirt streets with horses, cattle, hogs in from the woods, and assorted fowl. Danville’s streets were “in worse condition than for many years” in August 1882. Street gravel was thick with “large boulders” that were “ruinous” to carriages and “troublesome” to loaded teams. As Dear Editor knows, Danville also had longstanding cow problems. Although “justly renowned for the artistic taste and cleanly manner” of its private lawns (door-yards) and “beautifully shaded” streets, those bovines were more than a thorn. “The depredations of marauding herds of cows” reported in November 1881 “were playing sad havoc” on young shade trees all over the county seat. A long-necked heifer with outstretched tongue can denude a young tree and snap the trunk in short order. “Cows at large are a nuisance, and should be abated,” The Republican declared. “At large” denotes “a criminal or dangerous animal.” Brownsburg’s scourge in Spring 1886 was roving cob rollers. “Oh the hog, the beautiful hog, curling his tail as he watches the dog,” the complaining correspondent rhymed, “defying the law for his bread and his meat, roaming at large through every street, hunting, grunting, nosing around, till the open front gate is soon to be found.” The town board and marshal were derelict, I gather, in enforcing a porcine predator ordinance. Horses roamed freely as well. Late one night in April 1883, a group of “’Wolverines,’ ‘Algerines,’ or some other specimen of the genus homo,” stormed Danville, disturbing the town’s peace and slumber. Witnesses said the bunch came from the county’s north, “probably from Pittsboro.” Identities unknown, “their conduct was entirely unjustifiable and they should have been arrested and severely fined. “Such ‘whoop-‘em-up-‘Liza-Jane’ carryings-on may suit the inhabitants of some places,” but Danville preferred more sedate behavior, secure in knowing “the omnipresent Town Marshal” was protecting them from “the wild yells of escaped Indians.” What role did Danville’s town marshal play? In 1888, the marshal kept the street lamps “bright and clean,” and watched for needed street improvements. The Republican said the town depended on him to see that alleys were kept clear of garbage. In March 1885, town fathers told the marshal “to see that all ashes and filth at once be removed from the streets and alleys of our town.” Three years earlier, certain areas “on almost every street” were considered “fever producers and pestilence breeders of the worst sort.” The marshal was responsible to “strictly enforce the health ordinance (and) suppress the hoodlums.” He was to watch for “midnight liaisons . . . hustle the female night-hawks . . . impound the nocturnal cow (and) keep a sharp lookout for something to do.” Did he patrol on foot, horseback or a town-provided horse and buggy? The marshal also was to show “the city dads” that the town government could not run without money. There was more to that “coveted prize” elected office. He worked “convicted malefactors so as to make the rascals pay for their keeping.” The marshal was to provide “faithful service” to keep “solid” with the citizens, and “use every available means toward capturing the gang of thieves and burglars that infest the town.” I read he was responsible for new sidewalks and street grading, clearing fallen trees and serving warrants, weed control, ensuring children threw no balls in the street or used slingshots, collaring shoplifters, arresting a variety of perpetrators, hauling off drunkards, quieting late-night serenaders, helping fight fires, cemetery maintenance, tree trimming and post office crowd control. I don’t know whether the marshal packed a firearm, but one carried a club. He was credited with “quelling the drunken and riotous element, which at one time held undisputed and undisturbed sway in the town.” He had “done much to tone up and quiet the drunken rowdies from the country,” protected families “from insult” and property from the “despoiling hands of lawless marauders” back when the Square was “a place of terror to women and children.” The marshal was Danville’s crime fighter, public works boss, vice cop, fiscal advisor, morality police, trash czar, animal control department and detective. Paul Miner Lizton ______________________________________________________________________

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Thursday, February 18, 2021

Yester~Year

The Republican has published local news weekly since 1847. We offer this column as a look back at events from our archives and to help connect today’s readers to the people and events in our past. ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Issue of February 20, 1896 Tilden: Due to the condition of the roads our huckster has been unable to make his usual visits during the last two or three weeks. Pittsboro: Cleo Alexander is studying telegraphy with Miss McVey, agent at this place. Stilesville: We are glad to say that our people are taking some pride in fixing up our town. We have quite a number of street lamps now, and no one need be in the dark. The next thing is to incorporate the town. Arrangements have been perfected by which the trace of ground on the square owned by the Scearce heirs has been sold to the First National bank, which will immediately erect a modern business block on it. The price paid for the ground was $2,000. This is considered a fair valuation for all parties. The sale of the corner to the First National bank was made through Trotter & Pattison’s agency. Mrs. Mary T. Hadley desires to announce that she will receive her friends every Thursday afternoon at her studio in the Shirley and Showalter building. Prof. A.J. Kinnaman has purchased some very valuable apparatus with which he will make twenty-five scientific experiments in air and water at the Christian church, February 25th. Admission ten cents. The dancing question is still an issue at Plainfield. Friday night a dance was held and the pastor of the M.E. church was present to observe how dangerous is the enticing waltz and the seductive quadrille to say nothing of other steps. He preached on the matter Sunday evening. There is talk of a bicycle track from Indianapolis to Terre Haute among the National road. Should the track be built, it will be four feet wide and so constructed that an ordinary rain will have no effect on it. It is proposed to sell stock to build it for five dollars per share. ,_____ ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO Issue of February 17, 1921 Saturday at 10, Center township invites all comers to a fox drive. The south line is the Rockville road; north line, Union and Center township line; west line, road running north from Rockville road at Fred Sopher’s; east line, Pittsboro road. More than 150 people attended the Hoover luncheon, give under the auspices of the club ladies of Danville for the benefit of the Hoover relief fund in the Christian church Tuesday night and the receipts reached $238.00. The menu of rice, brown bread, and cocoa was not half as bad as many accustomed to richer food might be. Clayton: For some three or four weeks skilled workmen have been here installing an automatic refrigerator pant for the Jaques-Havens Company. The plant is manufactured at Hartford, Conn., and is the only one, we believe. So you see Clayton is on the map. The Coatesville library loaned during the month of January 1,778 books. The “first robin” is reported to have been seen in the latter part of the week, back of J.L. Darnell’s and Ben Kessler’s homes on north Kentucky street. Coatesville: The various Sunday schools, lodges and clubs raised for the European Relief $133.70, enough to keep 13 children until their next harvest. Bert and Fred Franklin have sold the sixty-acre farm north of Cartersburg which they had very recently purchased to Ora Powell, and the consideration is said to have been sixteen span of mules. Well, when the mules get to singing sure indeed there will be music in the air. In compliment to the ladies of the Up-toDate club, their husbands “threw” a dinner and theater party for them Tuesday evening in Indianapolis. The dinner was at the Columbia club, carnations in the club colors being the favors for the ladies. ______ SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Issue of February 21, 1946 A plan for the enlargement of the Center Township school, here, was submitted at a meeting of the Parent Teacher Association, Monday night. Ralph Stillwell opened his Snack Shop, located on the south side of the square, Tuesday. The Shop will specialize in fried chicken and steak dinners and short orders. Ed Hadley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Hadley of Danville, recently received a $100 award made by the E.H. Shaffer Newspaper Awards of 1945. Mr. Hadley is managing editor of the Tucumcari Daily News in New Mexico and wrote his outstanding editorial on the problem of build-

ing an irrigation project in his community. The senior class of Plainfield high school will sponsor two donkey basketball games, Thursday evening, February 28. Funds from the endeavor will be used by the senior class for a trip to Washington, this spring. Mrs. Wendell Scudder received a telephone call, Friday evening, from her husband, S/Sergt. Wendell Scudder that he had arrived in Seattle, Washington, and expected home in a few days. Homer Clark has already tapped about 100 maple trees and has gathered in over 150 gallons of sugar water, ready to boil down. William Falls, former Central Normal College student and Purple Heart veteran, will open the North Side tavern within the next two weeks. _____ FIFTY YEARS AGO Issue of February 18,1971 Hendricks County’s population is up 32 percent from the last decade, according to the Bureau of the Census. The official population in 1970 was 53,974 as compared to 40,896 in 1960. The Danville Optimist Club has the 25 required members pledged for the charter roster, according to the announcement, Monday evening, in the Waffle House. The Department of Schoolhouse Planning has rejected the proposal made by the Mill Creek School Corporation Board to build an addition to the Clayton Elementary School. Hendricks County’s Corn King, John Brown of Union Township, will be among the honored guests at a special banquet, Saturday, in Indianapolis, by the Pioneer Corn Company, Inc. David E. Lawson and Thomas J. O’Brien have become partners in the law firm of Ryan, Lind & Deckard at Danville. Hendricks County has only 229.23 miles of gravel roads left in its total of 775.99 miles of roadway. In 1970, the Highway Department blacktopped 31.9 miles of its gravel roads, now making a total of 546.76 miles of blacktop roads in the county. Margaret Orelup, Danville Community High School senior, is one of the finalists who will participate in the first annual Eisenhower Memorial Scholarship Foundation Essay Competition, February 28, 2 p.m., in the Honeywell Community Center Auditorium at Wabash. _____ TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Issue of February 15, 1996 GRP Development Corporation of Southfield, Mich., announces an agreement to feature Garfield the Cat at its Indiana theme park, slated for Hendricks County at I-70 and SR 39, south of Belleville. Four Indiana teen-agers have been selected as National 4-H Conference Delegates. One delegate is Drew Emsweller, an 8-year 4-H member, son of Gary and Ony Emsweller of Danville. Cynthia Clark, hematology supervisor in the laboratory is Hendricks Community Hospital’s Ambassador for February. The Danville Moose Lodge No. 1821 donated a color television set to the Communications Section of the Danville Police Department. Monday night, the Danville School Board approved a 25% increase in the fee for drivers education classes for the summer. The Hendricks County 4-H Horse & Pony Club will sponsor a Chili Supper and Auction, February 24, at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds. Horse tack and equipment will be auctioned. ______ TEN YEARS AGO Issue of February 17, 2011 The public is invited to “Sugarbush at McCloud” on Sunday, February 26.The day will kick off the week-long operation of the park’s first maple syrup camp. Marcia Lynch recently took the help as the Executive Director of the Greater Danville Chamber of Commerce. The Hendricks County Convention & Visitors Bureau is now accepting applications for its Destination Experts program, now in its second year. The Hendricks County Solid Waste Management District has set aside $10,000 in its Spring Grant cycle to award to non-profit and tax-exempt organizations that undertake a new or expanding program that diverts waste from landfills. The Hendricks County Antique Tractor & Machinery Association hopes to have the disassembled Cartlidge barn rebuilt on the 4-H Fairgrounds as a link to our agricultural past. Efforts are also being made to relocate the original farm house, also dating from the pre-Civil War era.


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Thursday, February 18, 2021

The Republican

Court News

Hendricks County Marriage Licenses Issued Feb. 8 - 12, 2021 Katherine Marte De Jesus, 25, and Christian GonzalezCorona,35. Conner Quinn Szabo Geary, 28, and Molly Renee Ward, 25. George Jedediah Wickham, 56, and Emma Kathryn Hockema, 57. Natasha Tennille Klingensmith, 40, and Matthew William Murray, 39. Mary Jo Colon, 40, and Joseph Jones,36. David Hobbs, 38, and Haley McGee, 27. Emily Marie Kaim, 30, and Jaron Michael Mendez, 32. Madison Rose Roush, 19, and Spencer Keith Byers, 19. Brittany A. Goodson, 28, and Danny Preston Snyder, Jr., 37. Hannah Maureen Zebrasky, 32,and Nicholas Allen Walts, 35. Marianna Alicia Quinonez, 22, and Trevor Lee Carrillo. 22. ______ Cases Filed In Hendricks County Courts Feb. 8 - 12, 2021 CIRCUIT COURT Judge Daniel F. Zielinkski Criminal Cases Branson Keith Mullens, Theft. Gurpreet Singh, Theft. Ebony Awnya Chowning, Driving While Intoxicated. Najia Makayla Harris, Driving While Intoxicated. Michael Edwin Dehebread, Intimidation. Michael James Vance,Theft. Lincoln D. Howard, Criminal Mischief. Clinton David Pettigrew, Jr., Driving While Intoxicated. Brian Dillon Arps, Driving While Intoxicated. Kenny Javier Orellana-Zelaya,Driving While Intoxicated. Johnny Avelino Gaspar, Theft. Denver L. Brock,Driving While Intoxicated. Roger D. Day, Theft. Sandra Garacia Novoa, Theft. Tyler Scott Fallowfield, Possession of Marijuana. Christina Jo Sample, Driving While Suspended. Joshua C. Kennicott, Driving Without Receiving a License. Christy Lynn Dorsey, Theft. Tiara Denice Miller, Theft. India Carletta Hogue, Theft. Tiffany Nicole Park, Unlawful Possession of Syringe. William E. Franklin, Possession of Methamphetamine. Jeffrey Allen DeBruler,Driving While Intoxicated. Kurt Norman Smith, Intimidation. Kerry Gene Gregory, Theft. Jonathan C.Yant, Possession of a Narcotic Drug. James Martin Curry,Driving While Intoxicated. Michelle Lee McIntire, Auto Theft. Morgan Scott Passwater, Failure to Return to Lawful Detention. Sean Tyler Malone, Possession of Methamphetamine. Brittany Lynn Lumpkin, Possession of Methamphetamine. Levi Ray Abney, Possession of Methamphetamine. Bradley Grote,Theft. Tavion Lamont Taylor, Residential Break & Enter; Battery. Stephen D. Ewing, Posses-

sion of Cocaine. James Dewey Lane, Possession of Methamphetamine. Civil Cases Ford Mortor Credit Co. v. Pamela Leirman. Midland Credit Management v. the following: Jessica Gardner; Jason Pugh; Ian Osborne; Melody K. Taggart; Dorothy Ziegler. Discover Bank v. Steven England. Sychrony Bank v. the following: Jennifer Ellis; Carlie Wessel; Elizabeth Romine. Second Round Sub v. Pam Grider. Crown Assett Management v. Angel Gastineau. Capital One Bank v. Kathy Franklin. State of Indiana v. Francesco Russo, Bridgette L. Russo, Hendricks County Attorney, et al. Indiana Farm Bureau Insuance a/s/o Douglas Collier v. Kasha Hayden. In Re: The Petition for Expungement and Sealing of Records of the following: Paul Minor, Sr.; Jeffrey Smith; Alison Cannon; Jacquilyn Rectenwald. Family Cases In Re: the Marrige of Charity Beasley and Greg Beasley. In Re: the Marrige of Megan L. Clarkand Gareth E. Clark. In Re: the Marrige of Jennifer McCoy and Richard R. McCoy. _____ SUPERIOR COURT I Judge Robert W. Freese Civil Cases Alaa Ahmed v. Tyler James. Family Cases In Re: the Marriage of Bryan P. Waling and Brooke M. Waling. In Re: the Marriage of Wendy Ruegsegger and Boyce Ruegsegger In Re: the Marriage of Nathan McLeod and Sierra McLeod. In Re: the Marriage of Nicole Christine Byrd and Ryan Christopher Byrd. Sara Keen v. Jimmie Keen, Protection Order. Shirley Brown v. Christine Ann Binion, Protection Order. Chris Binion v. Billy Brown, Protection Order. Probate or Mental Health Cases In Re: The Estate of Louise H. Fitz. In Re: The Estate of Larry L. Campbell. In Re: The Estate of Joseph D. Lach. In Re: The Estate of Gary Kent Smith. In Re: The Estate of Marcia S. Leitzman. In Re: The Estate of Michele S. Leitzman. In Re: The Estate of William L. Kissel. In Re: the Guardianship of Maxwell Brendan Smith. In Re: the Guardianship of Elijah Blomberg. In Re: the Guardianship of Raymond A. Loturco. _____ SUPERIOR COURT II Judge Rhett M. Stuard Criminal Cases Jessica Renee Bishop, Theft. Darian Draper, Driving While Intoxicated. Brandi Lynette Clodfelter, Driving While Suspended. Civil Cases Village Capital & Investment v. Fifth Third Bank, Robert A. Carmichael II, Mortgage Foreclosure. TAH Indiana v. Robert Thompson. Winton Meadows HOA v. the following: Robert Roe, Tiffany Roe; James J. Horton, Delisa D. Horton. Glen Haven Village HOA v. the following: William A. Click, JacquelineF. Click, Staci N. Hokett; Robert Feiock, Rose Feiock. Angela White v. Desiree Schoreck, David Johns. Ahmed Faisal v. Patrick Walsh. Family Cases In Re: the Marriage of Brenna J. Reyes and Nathaniel

E. Reyes. In Re: the Marriage of Mauricio J. Fiallos and Merari S. Cuevas. In Re: the Marriage of Elba Jones and Bryan Jones. In Re: the Marriage of Susan E. Johnson and Ross Johnson. In Re: the Marriage of Lisa Elaine Ochoa and Francisco Ochoa. Dawn Michelle Davis v. Jeffrey Owen Davis, Protection Order. Corey Shultz v. Chad Wilson, Protection Order. Cindy Citally Sanchez v. Isaiah Gabriel Nelson, Protection Order. _____ SUPERIOR COURT III Judge Karen M. Love Family Cases In Re: the Marriage of Paice Fuller and Amanda Fuller. In Re: the Marriage of Crystal Renee Overstreet and Clarance Eugene Overstreet. In Re: the Marriage of Adam M. Butler and Brynn J. Butler. In the Matter of the Paternity of Ai My Thuy Le. In the Matter of the Paternity of Trinh Ngoc Phuong Le. In the Matter of the Paternity of Cadia L. Phanor. In the Matter of the Paternity of Alycia Phanor. In the Matter of the Paternity of Dane Smith. In the Matter of the Paternity of Elijah C. Smith. In the Matter of the Paternity of Nolan T. Ingle. In the Matter of the Paternity of Jimmy Alexander IV. In the Matter of the Paternity of Miley K. Yeoman-Rushton. Laila Ann Nelson v. Christopher Douglas Charland. _____ SUPERIOR COURT IV Judge Mark A. Smith Criminal Cases Tyuna Lanise Sims, Theft. Dylan Blake Gordon, Leaving the Scene of an Accident. Susan Leanne Bechtel, Driving While Intoxicated. Jeremy M. Ream, Driving While Intoxicated. Lisa Marie Gill, Leaving the Scene of an Accident. Ke vona Tenece Cistrunk, Leaving the Scene of an Accident; Driving Without Receiving a License. Brandi N Shorter, Possession of a Narcotic Drug. Megan Ann Rowsey, Possession of a Narcotic Drug. Jamel Tyrese Traavers, Driving While Intoxicated. Civil Cases Sherri Kiesling v. Terry E. Leep. Partap Singh v. Chloe W. Kennedy. James Daniel Love v. Polly Walker, Trustee, Oral H. Ratliff Testamentary Trust, John Demaree. Avon Beauty v. Don Bastin. Andy Mohr Ford, Inc. v. the following:Keith Wall, Joanna Wall; Jeffrey Debruler. Family Cases In Re: the Marriage of Brandy Calhoun and David Calhoun. In Re: the Marriage of Ramona DeHat and DonaldD. DeHart. In Re: the Marriage of Brianna Toth and Tyler Brown. In Re: the Marriage of Skylar Amelia Howell and Jacob Dalton Howell. Trisha Techenbrock v. Gregory Asher, Protection Order. Casee Chastain V. Dustin Arnold, Protection Order. _____ SUPERIOR COURT V Judge Stephenie LeMay-Luken Criminal Cases Brian Keith Crumpton, Violates Protective Order. Jennifer L. Dininger, Driving While Suspended. Cecilia Rose Renteria, Driving Without Receiving a License. Joshua Michael Pennell, Possession of Marijuana.

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Rep. Thompson’s Statement on K-12 Education Budget Bill Daniel Rivera Romero, Battery. Meghan Elise Winton, Possession of Substance Represented to be a Controlled Substance. Juan Miguel Antonio Mejia Flores, Driving Without Receiving a License. Ryan L. Morris, Driving Without Receiving a License. Melonny Marie Henderson, Driving While Suspended. James Andrew Reed, Driving While Intoxicated. Timothy P. Ireland, Theft. Lisa R. Brooks, Synthetic Identity Deception; Violates Protective Order. Ralph E. Jennings, Jr., Strangulation; Domestic Battery. Kara M. Drath, Neglect of a Dependent. Triston Jacob Fiscus, Intimidation. Civil Cases Capital One Bank v. the following: Dawnn Messler; Jason G. Miller. Mariner Finance v. the following: Steven Sharpee; Prentice Chambers. LVNV Funding LLC v. Brenda Tipton. Indiana Members Credit Union of Indpls v. Leroy Lewis. OneMain Financial Group v. Steven Krol. Forum Credit Union v. Amanda Carnagua, Joseph Carnagua. JHPDE Finance I, LLC v. Jeffrey Trimpe. American Express National Bank v. Sukhjit Benipal. Prestige Financial Services v. the following: Scott Blackford; Stephanie Grant. Star USA Federal Credit Union v. Bryan Ellingsworth. Jeffrey Barnett v. Warren Construction. Family Cases Ryker Wayne Manek v. Andrew Michael Manek, Protection Order. Kyndra Faye Manaek v. Andrew Michael Manek, Protection Order. Schanel Lee Manek v. Andrew Michael Manek, Protection. Kynda Faye Manek v. Andrew Michael Manek, Protection Order. Latanda Kennedy v. Shyrina Jernigan, Protection Order. __________

Pittsboro Farmers Market Wants Vendors

The Pittsboro Parks Department is taking applications for the Linda Ash Farmer’s Market running from May through September at the Pittsboro United Methodist Church. The market takes place each Wednesday from May 5 until Sept. 29. The market is open 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. from May to Aug. and until 7 p.m. in Sept. Vendors can sell their products on a week-byweek basis and do not have to commit to being at the market each week. Booth location is first come first serve basis. “Last year the market had 150 to 200 shoppers with over 20 vendors each week while having COVID restrictions in place,” said market manager Scott R. Smith. “We hope this year restrictions will lift and we can have a children play area, live music monthly, and places for people to gather during the evening.” There is a onetime $25 processing fee for vendors for the year. This money will only be used to promote the farmers market during the season. If you would like more information please visit the Pittsboro Parks Department Facebook page or email Scott.PittsboroPNR@ gmail.com.

State Representative Jeff Thompson (R-Lizton) issued the following statement on passage of House Bill 1001 out of the House Ways and Means Committee, which he serves on as chair of the K-12 Education Subcommittee. The bill, supported by Thompson, outlines Indiana’s next two-year $36.3 billion budget proposal. REP. JEFF THOMPSON “Indiana has a strong reputation for being fiscally responsible while still funding Hoosier priorities, and this year will be no different. Education remains our top investment, as we work to build on our commitment to students and educators with funding increases. Thanks to our thoughtful budgeting over the years, Indiana can continue making sound investments, without taking on unnecessary debt that would burden future generations.” House Bill 1001 now moves to the full House for consideration. ______________________________________________

HCSS Offers In-Home Services

Hendricks Count Senior Services can assist helping seniors stay in their home as long as possible by providing three levesl of in-home care: Respite Services: Hendricks County Senior Services can provide a caring attendant in the home while the caregiver is away. Assistants provide companionship, supervision for safety, support with bathing, dressing, and grooming, mobility assistance, escort to medical appointments, medication reminders, food preparation, light housekeeping tasks, and laundry services. A limited number of grants are available to help caregivers who are unable to afford respite care. Attendant Services: Caring and professional attendants provide assistance and supportive services that include: companionship and planning of daily activities of living; supervision for safety; transportation to medical appointments; assistance with bathing, grooming and dressing; medications reminders; nutrition assistance with meal planning and food preparation; light housekeeping tasks and laundry services. Homemaker Services: Homemaker Attendants provide basic, light housekeeping; laundry and change of bedding; assistance with meal planning, food preparation and grocery shopping. Respite, Attendant, and Homemaker services are provided for a fee. The agency accepts Medicaid Waiver. Call the agency to discuss rates at 317-745-4303. ______________________________________________

Senior Services Provides Information & Referral

Hendricks County Senior Services can help seniors and caregivers navigate the resources in our community. Learn about Social Security, all aspects of Medicare and medication assistance programs, community resources, affordable housing and other concerns. Staff are trained to direct you to community agencies/programs for assistance. SHIP (State Health Assistance Insurance Program) - Whether you are new to Medicare or want to review options for supplemental coverage, our SHIP counselors offer official insurance assistance through Hendricks County Senior Services. Call to set a one-on-one 90 minute appointment. Legal - Legal aid is available by appointment. We offer access to free legal services through a partnership with the Senior Law Project. Pre-retirement, financial and estate planning seminars are also offered. Housing and Home Healthcare Options - Options for assisted living, subsidized and affordable senior housing, long term care, and rehabilitation facilities are available. The senior center is filled with information on healthcare and other businesses who partner with us to provide services to seniors. Staff is available for further questions and information. Tax Preparation - Tax preparation is available in cooperation with AARP. Trained tax preparers are available during tax season to help with basic, non business tax returns. Appointments are scheduled at the end of January and are offered at sites in within Hendricks County and at Hendricks County Senior Services. Call 317-745-4303 for more information. ______________________________________________

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COLTON WHITE

Colton White has joined Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance as an agent. He is based at the Avon office located at 10427 E. US Highway 36. He has completed Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance’s professional insurance training program. White and his wife, Ashley, have two children, Hadlee Mae and Easton. They attend Radiant Bible Church. Outside the office, he enjoys spending time outside with his family, shooting guns and watching and playing sports. White earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Indiana and his master’s degree from the University of Indianapolis. Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance has served Hoosiers for more than 86 years. Organized in 1934 by Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc., the company has grown to include insurance products for auto, life, home, business and farm. Health plan benefits, banking and other financial services and products are also available through its local offices and online at www. infarmbureau.com. With a home office in downtown Indianapolis and local offices in all 92 counties, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance serves Hoosiers with more than 400 agents and approximately 1,200 employees living and working throughout the state. The company is a leader in auto and homeowners insurance and the largest writer of farm insurance in the state. ___________

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The Hendricks County Garden Club will host a free, online event on Wednesday, February 24, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Special guest speaker will be Jeff Haverly, Heartland Chapter Co-Leader for Elders Climate Action. Jeff will talk about the organization. A project of Elders Action Network, ECA is a non-partisan effort to end the climate crisis and build a just and sustainable future for our children. The event is offered through the ZOOM platform, free and open to the public. Pre-register at https://bit.ly/HCGC_ Feb2021 __________

Bluebird Box Distribution

Do you have Eastern bluebirds around your property or good bluebird habitat? These birds favor short grass open areas. If you do, putting up a nest box will encourage them to raise their off-spring and help to maintain/increase their numbers in Hendricks County. Eastern bluebirds, a bird native to North America, eat primarily insects and larvae. You can enjoy seeing and hearing them if you provide a nesting cavity (a special box) for them to use. Come to the Hendricks County Fairgrounds on March 16, Tuesday, between 6 and 8 p.m. for a drive-in pick-up. A $10 donation per box is requested. Membership is $10/ year if you want to join us in helping these beautiful birds. ___________

Listen to HSO Online

The Hendricks Symphony Orchestra is offering new and encore performance on their website, www.HendricksSymphony. org. Click on “Media” then on “Recordings.” Donations toward thes HSO’s 2020-2021 season may be made by visiting the “Donate” page on the website. __________

Thursday, February 18, 2021

Avon Optimists Plainfield Lions Deliver Memorial Valentines To Senior Facilities Offer Scholarship

Plainfield Lions Club member Tom Iles sorts through the handmade Valentines.

Members of the Plainfield Lions Club joined together with Clarks Creek, Brentwood and Van Buren Elementary Schools in Plainfield to deliver over 400 hand-made valentines to the residents and essential workers at Sugar Grove Senior Living, Cumberland Trace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Plainfield Health Care Center. The valentines were hand-made by the students at the elementary schools and were delivered to the senior living facilities by members of the Lions Club. This has been an annual event in which the Plainfield Lions Club and the elementary schools in Plainfield have worked together to provide valentines to those residents in senior living facilities who may not receive a valentine otherwise. This year, due to the large number of handmade valentines, there were enough to share with the essential workers at those facilities. Lions clubs are groups of men and women who identify needs within their local communities and work together to fulfill those needs. For more information or to get involved with the Plainfield Lions Club, please contact Tom Iles at 317-600-5193 or via email at t.iles@sbcglobal.net. ______________________________________________

Libraries Assist with COVID-19 Vaccine Registration

Hendricks County libraries are partnering with the Hendricks County Health Department to assist with scheduling and registering eligible people for the COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, individuals 65 and older are eligible to sign up and register for the vaccine at any location in the state of Indiana. In order to sign up for the vaccine, individuals may go online to www.ourshot.in.gov or call 211 for assistance. Both the website and 211 have been experiencing high traffic and wait times can be lengthy, which is where Hendricks County libraries come in to assist. Anyone who needs assistance with scheduling and registering for their COVID-19 vaccine can contact any of the following Hendricks County libraries for assistance: ▪ Avon: In Person Only ▪ Brownsburg: 317-852-3167 ▪ Clayton: 37-539-2991 ▪ Coatesville: 765-386-2355 ▪ Danville: 317-745-2604 ▪ Plainfield: 317-839-6602 ______________________________________________

Join Vandalia Trail Brisk Bike Rides At Plainfield

In its third winter, the Vandalia Trail Brisk Bike Rides series in Plainfield is hosted by the Friends of the Vandalia Trail (www.nrht.org/vandalia). The rides take place on the third Saturday morning each month, November-March. Whether you’re a regular cold weather rider or would like to try it for the first time, come on out and enjoy a relaxed opportunity to try out your cold weather gear and exchange strategies on staying warm on the bike. The gathering point is right behind Biggby’s Coffee and the Metro Diner and in front of Meijer, convenient for a hot drink before and a warm breakfast and shopping after. The riders launch off to the nearby Vandalia Trail, part of the cross-Indiana National Road Heritage Trail, Inc. initiative, ride at a leisurely pace to its west end, then back to and down the White Lick Creek Trail a bit, finally returning to the Vandalia Trail for the last stretch back to breakfast. This route is about 10 miles, but the group or individuals can choose more or less, depending on the conditions. The out-and-back routing gives a lot of flexibility on distance. In the past, ride temperatures have ranged 11-45 degrees. Riders participate at their own risk. Minors must be accompanied by an adult who is responsible for them. If icy conditions exist or if it is raining or snowing, the ride will be canceled. For more information,visit www.nrht.org/ vandalia. ______________________________________________

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The Avon Optimist Club is now accepting applications for the Charles H. Schoen Optimist Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is open to students planning to attend a two-year (Associates degree) program or other vocational-technical training. In addition to the many two-year Associates Degree programs offered by Colleges and Universities, programs such as medical technician, A & P mechanic, cosmetology, auto mechanic, EMT training and similar vocational studies qualify for the scholarship. One Scholarship is awarded every year for one year in the amount of $1000 per semester or $2,000 per year. Although one year we awarded two scholarships. Who is eligible? You need not be a student at Avon High School. Seniors at private schools and home - schooled students are also eligible. Requirements: 1.) Be a graduating senior. 2.) Be a resident of Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana. 3.) Intend to pursue vocational training. 4.) Maintain a C average in High School To apply, request an application from p_grant@ fastmail.fm. Complete the application form and return via email or send to Avon Optimist Club, Scholarship Application, 8103 E. US 36 #140, Avon, IN 46123. Applications are now being accepted. Deadline is April 1, 2021. __________

On Dean’s List at Findley U.

The following local students were named to the ist for the fall 2020 semester at the University of Findlay (Ohio). To earn this achievement, a student must attain a grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Andrew Boulton of Brownsburg Natalie Dayharsh of Coatesville __________

On Seton Hall Dean’s List

Reagan Hopp, of Brownsburg, has been named to the Fall 2020 Dean’s List at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. After the close of every semester, undergraduate students completing all courses with a GPA of 3.4, with no grades lower than “C”, qualify for the Dean’s List. __________

On Dean’s List at Miami U.

Miami University students who are ranked in the top twenty percent of undergraduate students within each division for first semester 2020-21 have been named to the Dean’s list recognizing academic excellence. Included are local students: Aaron Hofer from Avon Brynn Hylton from Plainfield Kendra Stiers from Brownsburg ___________

On President’s Graduates From List at Miami U. Miami University stuOhio U. Vince Ganzberg, of Avon, graduated from Ohio University’s Gladys W. andDavid H. Patton College of Education in the fall semester 2020. Ganzberg received a Master of Science in Recreation and Sport Sciences (Coaching Education). __________

The entire object of true education is to make people not merely do the right things, but enjoy the right things — not merely industrious, but to love industry — not merely learned, but to love knowledge — not merely pure, but to love purity — not merely just, but to hunger and thirst after justice. John Ruskin

dents who are ranked in the top three percent of undergraduate students within each division for first semester 2020-21 have been named to the President’s list recognizing academic excellence. Included are local students: Leanne Stahulak of Plainfield Sarah Loberger of Brownsburg ___________

Virtual Music with Dave

Enjoy the musical talents of Dave Hatfield on the Hendricks County Senior Services Facebook page, live on Thursdays at 10 a.m. __________


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North Salem

Local & Social Thinking of all our loved ones in nursing homes or rehab: Mary Lou Morris, Rita Lieske, Barbara Porter, Gerald Whiles, Marcia Sowders. Get well wishes to Leroy Smith, recovering from knee surgery; Barbara Schlagel, at home; Karen Hardman on sick list - hope you’re feeing better soon. _____ Miss Steve Clark walking past house about every day. Our best wishes for Steve and Carolyn in their new home inDanville. Glad to have Darrell Coons still walking by. Got a call from Marjorie Ree Miller, Lebanon. Doing OK. North Salem graduate, 1947. Longtime friend forever. A special thank you to Becky Compton for delivering the large Valentine Bag filled with lots of goodies from the WOW group, North Salem United Methodist Church. Will share with others. So many goodies! Congratualtions to Savannah Hassler, who made the Dean’s List at Huntington University, Ft. Wayne,Ind. Savannah is the daughter of Joe and Laurie Hassler of North Salem. She is a very sweet girl. When I was working at NSSB,she used to draw pictures and bring to me at the bank. Best wishes, Savannah. Jason and Kaden Hankins dropped by Saturday and brought their puppy, Bronco, in for me to see. He is three months old and so pretty. Thanks, guys! They usually are showing thier pretty calves! So glad to hear from my FleeceRoad Mail Box Correspondent Friday morning. Know people are always glad to ready abou their days and special holidays that areaprt oftheir events and rivalry. My mystery advisor drove by in a nice black car Appreciate his delivery and keep up the good work Hope we can have many more events to keep the participants on their toes! Missy Raymond, who used to work at Come at Hang Out Store, calls every weekfrom Georgia. She really misses all her friends here and wants to tell them,”Hi.” Of course, she calls most and sends cards, etc. Miss her always happy face. Much longer daylight Saturday evening, Know snow helps, but thankful

for longer daylight time, (More timeto mow grass, etc!) _____

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It is time to begin North West Hendricks School Fleece Road Report “Another year has come Corporation’s Kindergarand gone and while the ten Round-Up process for Pandemic has kept thingsa those students who will little quiet south of town turn 5 by August 1, 2021. T it did not stop the annual This year there will be Christmas Decoration Con- a modified version of the test. What started out slow Kindergarten Round-Up on and eventually ramped up March 25, 2021. The corand it all came down to poration has created a vidBrad and Lori Wilson and, eo that tells all about Kinof course, Jeff and Bren- dergarten round-up, a video da Fleece. When the dust to introduce the Kindergarall settled it was Brad and ten teachers to incoming Lori who eked out the win students, a form that will over Jeff and Brenda. Ru- begin the process of signmor has it the Fleeceswere ups and let us know you looking across the field are coming, and finally, a to the Wilson’s house and Sign-up Genius link so that were mimicking what they you may schedule a time to come in for a screener. saw across the way! “Also, congratulations All of this information can to the Doub family as they be found on the website. swept the Ramp Run Pre- https://www.hendricks. view Cattle Show that was k12.in.us/nses held in late October. Also Please share this infora special thanks to this mation with anyone you year’s judges, Darrel Coons know who may have a child (Coonsey) for sorting out entering kindergarten in the the calves. Coonsey said fall. Even students who those Charolais Cavles at wish to join our school as the Doub Farm were just transfer students may signtoo much for the Fleece’s, up for the screener. Please Wyeth’s and Thomas call the school office with calves. Coonsey has quite any questions at 317-994an eye for cattle as he com- 3000. __________ mented on the functionality and soundness of the calves while sorting calves.” Pride slays thanksgiv_____ ing, but a humble mind is What neighbors I have. Here comes Gene McCullough with a pecan pie. Couldn’t save for company - had to eat some - excellent! Also, bag of marshmallow treats, Ritz crackers & peanut butteer and Twinkies. He is such a good cook! Very cold this AM, Sunday. Pray for all those having to be out working. To all those Firemen, Policemen, helpers of any sort, our thanks. God bless our country and pray that Trump’s not being responsible whatever our Country can continue to be great and we will overcome all the hate and insecurity wehave. We are the United States of America. Just want all our southern friends we miss you here. The weather is inviting and keeps you snuggling up! Don’t forgetto call and check on all. You never know when that isjust what someone needed. Happy birthday, get well wishes, and thinking of you all. Please keep warm, safe, and let someone know if you need help. __________

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Gypsy’s Den Offers Hand-Crafted & Vintage Shopping at Clayton

Picture provided by The.Gypsy’s.Den Facebook Page

There is a new vintage and handcrafted store located in the small town of Clayton, Indiana. The Gypsy’s Den opened Black Friday of 2020 offering a variety of all things vintage, furniture, handmade goods, plants, guitars, records, clothes and many other items. Owners Brittany and Alex work as a team in their store. Brittany handles all the vintage and Gypsy Den owners, Brittany Ferry and Alex Hofmann. Alex handles the guitars, re- ______________________________________________ cords as well as fix furniture. Brittany’s love for vintage and all things fancy inspired her to open her own shop. They felt it best to locate their business in a small town to help revive the local economy. Alex said “Anymore you see empty store fronts on mainstreets that used to thrive and it is just sad. We have gotten used to going to Walmart or these days buying online, that we have abandoned our local community and it just seemed right to try to bring back small business to a town that could use it.” There are several vendors that sell their homemade goods in the shop. You can find needle felted soap, macrame, heirloom seeds grown in Hendricks County, homemade candles and many more items. It is important to the owners that the shop is locally sourced. Brittany said “All of the vendors are very talented local artists” and it is important to her to “try to set a fun, nastalgic appeal. A place that can bring you back to simpler times! And at affordable prices, everyone is able to bring a piece of that back home with them! My children like to help me find fun vintage pieces for the shop while getting a new history lesson with each find!” Brittany’s children also get to watch her do what she loves for a living! You can visit The Gypsy’s Den at 4881 Iowa Street in Clayton, Indiana the first and last weekend of each month, Friday through Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Appointments can be made as well. Find them on Facebook @TheGypsiesDen or etsy at https:// etsy.me/3gLdzjJ ______________________________________________________________________ _________


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Our Readers Write This morning an Indiana friend (whose politics are irrelevant as most of my friends’ are) alerted me to the fact that one other thoroughly good and honest political Republican is resigning, secretary of state Connie Lawson. I can’t say we were exactly friends, but I have known her since she was a sweet clerk at her husband’s auctions, hoping he remembered to bid on a vacuum cleaner she wanted. I saw her frequently since we both liked to eat at the Clayton Cafe. I’m not sure how she got into politics, but state government, never a high mark in Indiana, was I am sure, the better for her presence. And while I am at it, I have recalled another Republican politician for whom I have some respect, Dick Thompson. My father always said the closer to home the government is, the better it is. Lynn Hopper ______________________________________________ ROAD SCHOLAR If it weren’t for the panademic we would be looking at Road Scholar catalogs trying to decide what program to take this coming year. Many people have never heard of Road Scholar. ( Roadscholar.org./ 800-454-5768). It is an orgainzation that promotes furthering education for people 50 and over. Road Scholar has something of interest for everyone. They also have intergenerational programs for grandchildren) We have gone to about 23 programs over the years. Usually there are about 40 people really nice people in a group. Road Scholar brings in knowledgeable people to lead the programs but no study is required. One of our most recent programs was Ken Burns and his documentaries. A favorite was about Cape May N.J. during Victorian times. You have to get yourself to the site but one price takes care of lodging, food, field trips, and even gratuties. Road Scholar not only has programs in the US but internationally. Don’t be like us and wait 10 years after we heard about it to take our first program. Bee Jones ______________________________________________ Growing up in America, we often heard the expression “Anyone can be President if he or she wants to.” When Obama was elected, that brought the idea home. Then Trump came along and now we were seeing someone from the business world coming forward and throw his hat in the ring. I listen to his speeches and felt like he would be a welcome change from the smooth talking politicians we had been used to. I thought “If there is one thing we need it is a businessman’s approach to our problems.” After 2016, I realized I was right. Our economy came roaring back. Taxes went down and jobs went up. Now we were cooking. What I did not expect was the constant attack that Trump would have to endure. Why? Could it be that Washington didn’t just dislike him, they truly hated him. Trump, being the New York Real-estate Businessman was very successful in a cut throat, in your face world. I believe he thought the same business tactics would work in Government. All his out spoken rhetoric fueled hatred with the Press and the Democrats. They looked constantly for things to embarrass and radicle him. I liked the fact that his messages on social media keep us citizens informed when it actually gave the Trump haters fuel for the fire. Now these same people are trying to eradicate him for a second time but they have moved it to the next level, make it impossible for him to ever run for President again. What a mess. I am so thoroughly discussed with Washington DC.

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Hendricks County Parks & Recreation A visitor tries out the power tool method of tapping a maple tree.

WARNING: You may never think of syrup the same again. For the past 11 years, the first two Saturdays in March have been Maple Syrup Days at McCloud Nature Park near North Salem. This year the event is scheduled for March 6 and 13, and although the format has been modified due to COVID-19, it still promises to be fun and educational. Self-guided tours and activities start at 9 a.m. and run until 3 p.m. with guided tours at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., which will lead visitors to the sugar bush (grove of tapped trees) and the sugar shack (where the sap is cooked). When I think about maple syrup, I picture a stack (about four) of perfectly round pancakes. A slab of partially melted butter is pooling in the center. Thick golden brown maple syrup covers the top and is slowly oozing down the side of the stack in synchronized rivulets, puddling on the plate. As a kid, our syrup came in a brown bottle shaped like a rotund woman. Mom would put the bottle in a pan of water on the stove while breakfast cooked because it was too thick to pour. Much like the Tooth Fairy, it was all a childhood fantasy. That wasn’t maple syrup. It was corn syrup. It wasn’t even maple-flavored. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I learned true maple syrup is light gold in color, watery, and made from tree sap. While that description is quite different from the pancake syrup offered in the grocery store, it does taste great on pancakes. All deciduous (i.e. trees with leaves) produced sap. Sap is a watery mixture of enzymes, minerals, nutrients, carbohydrates, and sugars. It is stored energy that the tree will use to jump start its growth and bud in Spring. Sap is stored in the tree’s roots all winter while the tree is dormant. When early Spring daytime temperatures rise above freezing (32 F) and then fall back below freezing at night, the sap “runs” or travels up the tree. Syrup is produced by “tapping” or inserting a spigot into a tree and capturing the sap as it’s traveling through the tree. While Sugar Maples are popularly known as syrup producers, other varieties of maple trees such as Boxelder and Maple-leafed Ash trees can be used as well. The more leaves there are on a tree, the higher the sugar content of its sap. For example, a leafy Boxelder tree can produce sap with a higher sugar content than a sparsely-leafed Sugar Maple. The collected sap is then boiled and cooked to a temperature of 219-degrees Farenheit to concentrate the liquid and make it sweeter. Maple sap is 1-3% sugar, but when it’s boiled and made into syrup, the final sugar content will be 66%. It takes 40 gallons of sap, several BTUs of heat, and many hours of cooking to produce one gallon of pure maple syrup.

Noel Gatlin _____________________________________________

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Hendricks County Parks & Recreation The Sugar Shack at McCloud Nature Park demostrates the modern way to make maple syrup.

Interested in tapping and collecting sap from your trees? Want to make maple syrup at home? Just want to learn more? Contact the Indiana Maple Syrup Association through their website, indianamaplesyrup.org For more information on Maple Syrup Days (and all the other upcoming programs) check out the website: HendricksCountyParks.org or follow Hendricks County Parks and Recreation on Facebook. ______________________________________________

Anyone who travels is familiar with navigation apps. And anyone who has traveled for a long time is probably very far away. But, if you typically find your way back, you are likely familiar with Waze or Google Maps. And although you may be aware of both, most of us default to the familiar — supposedly, my uncle uses his familiar Magellan NAV 1000. But then again, I have not seen him for several years. I’m not even sure I have an uncle… Personally, I like Waze. Waze features crowd-sourced alerts that provide real-time information about unexpected congestion, delays, detours, hazards on the road, and where police cars are (in case you need to ask an officer a question). Crowd-sourced information is amazing. Recently, while driving on the interstate Waze announced, “Exit next right.” Although I was 100 miles from my exit, I obeyed. And as I was exiting, I noticed red tail lights for miles and miles beyond the exit. The Waze users ahead of me kindly shared their location and speed (0 mph) for the benefit of those behind — and this all happens automatically — no button-pushing required. Google Maps is owned by...Google. In fact, Waze is also owned by Google. In fact, Google owns everything. Waze was developed by an Israeli company in 2008 and purchased by Google in 2013. Not sure why Google continues to keep both apps...maybe the same reason Coca-Cola maintains 19 varieties of Coke. And although they are both owned by Google, they are meant to be used in different ways. Here’s what each does best: Google Maps — supports several different modes of transportation. It doesn’t matter if you drive, walk, cycle, or use public transportation. It also integrates with ride-sharing platforms like Lyft and Uber. Google Maps will even suggest a better time to leave on your journey: “You should have left 27 minutes ago,” (thank you). And with something called location sharing, you can communicate your location to friends and family before you get there. Waze — Waze is designed primarily for those who drive and relies heavily on user-reported data. “Wazers” alert each other to traffic and road hazards. Road closures, accidents, and other items pop up on the map as you’re driving along, helping you save time as well as avoid obstacles and hazards. All this happens in real-time based on information from other drivers. If a better route becomes available, you can trust Waze to let you know immediately. Because Google Maps and Waze are different, you might find it best to keep both on your phone (or have multiple phones). That way you can use one or the other, depending on the nature of your trip. Plus, having more than one phone is not only handy, it also complicates your life exponentially. ______________________________________________

A Squirrel About Town By Archy “You should bring back the estray pen.” Archy had a new suggestion for mankind in his crusade to help humanity. “The County used to keep an estray pen for animals who had wandered off and become lost,” the squirrel explained. “Right now, there are a lot of people who squarely fit that description.” I asked how penning people up would help the situation. “For one thing, it would keep them from being destructive,” Archy suggested. “Animals with no boundaries canbecome destructive. Herd instinct takes over and they do things they might not do as individuals. In many circumstances, crowds can cloud clear thinking.” That seemed evident. “Unfortunately, the ability to think clearly seems to be a bit lost itself,” he said, shaking his head. “People seem to have lost their sense of discernment when it comes to gathering information. They will follow what they perceive as truth without exercising any judgement. It’s sad, actually.” I agreed, but how do you get them to change? “It’s hard to get people to change their minds, and until they do nothing will change,” Archy said. They have to want to find the anwer.” And with that, the squirrel pull out a harmonica and began to play, “Blowin’in the Wind. _____________________________________________ I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain. James Baldwin


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Snowdrops - First to Bloom Spring Beauties Hendricks County Master Gardener

Snowdrops grow from a small bulb you plant in the fall, about 2 inches deep in well-drained soil. For best effect, plant in groups of 15-25 bulbs, these 6” plants have one flower each.

The leaves are shaped like narrow blades, growing 4 inches long or longer after flowers are gone. Leave all foliage until brown, because underground the plant is busy making offsets. Offsets are new bulbs that grow attached to the mother bulb. When your old patch has grown large, in the spring - you wait until the flowers fade (the leaves are still green)- you dig up a clump, separate the bulbs and immediately replant them in the new spot that you have made ready. The secret is not to let them dry out!!! This is called method of planting is called “in the green” done in March. Snowdrops are pest-free. Rabbits and deer turn up their noses at snowdrops. Also, most chipmunks and mice will leave them alone. Maybe someone will give you snowdrops “in the green” this spring; if not, plant some bulbs in fall, under a tree or shrub, in a rock garden or even in the lawn. Make sure you plant them where you can see them easily, they bloom so early and are so tiny. Cut some snowdrop flowers, put in a small vase, put the vase on a small mirror to double the delight of the first flowers of the year. What do you call an old snowman?

Water.

A Bark From the Past: Henry

Thought for the Day: It doesn’t take a lot of energy or resources to help our fellow inhabitants on this planet, no matter what the species. All it takes is a little of our time and we waste enough of that already. Give some time to someone or something else. It’ll make things better for us all. ______________________________________________ No man ever got very high by pulling other people down. The intelligent merchant does not knock his competitors. The sensible worker does not work those who work with him. Don’t knock your friends. Don’t knock your enemies. Don’t knock yourself. Alfred Lord Tennyson

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A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small parcel. John Ruskin

Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty if only we have the eyes to see them. John Ruskin

The highest reward for a person’s toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it. John Ruskin

To be able to ask a question clearly is two-thirds of the way to getting it answered. John Ruskin

My dear friend Rita is a woman of many accomplishments: she has published two books and is working on a third; she has interviewed celebrities and reviewed books, movies and concerts for more than 50 years and is president of the Annette Funicello fan club. By the time she retired a few years ago she had the most seniority in the Indianapolis Star newsroom. When we first met, however, at the Star, she was cute, skinny and fresh out of high school. She had been hired to do a job no one else wanted to do: keep editing the TV logs. There weren’t as many stations in those days, but the ones we did have changed schedules on what seemed like daily whims. And of course, readers expected them always to be up-to-date. Rita hadn’t been to college, but she was obviously bright, and complaints about the TV schedules dropped. The entertainment department was three people (counting her, three and a half), and the day (evening) came when there were four events that needed to be covered. Pat, our boss, asked me if I thought Rita was up to covering the fourth event, Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. Of course I said yes, but he didn’t actually say he was going to assign her. It was a big chance for her, and I didn’t want to get her hopes up if he didn’t ask her, so I didn’t give her a heads-up. We were all horrified, then, when he did ask her and her answer was a resounding “No!” “Give us a few minutes,” I told Pat, and the other girl in the office and I grabbed our purses and hustled Rita off to supper. It was like half-time in a ballgame, while we pumped self-confidence into her. She recalls that I suggested she use the word “ubiquitous” though I’m not sure why. Maybe I thought it would sound impressive. By the time we got back to the office, she was timorously ready to go. She did just fine, of course, (with or without ubiquitous) starting what became a great career. Things have kind of come full circle. Now in retirement, she is an assistant on a couple of locally syndicated television shows! ______________________________________________

Look, then, into thine heart, and write!

[Editor’s Note: The Republican’s first four-footed correspondent was Henry, a mixed breed rescue dog, who made observations about small town life from a dog’s point of view. The following was written in 2009. I guess you’ve noticed that the days are getting a lot shorter and the nights are getting colder. It’s fun to take a brisk walk around the block on a cold, crisp evening. The cold makes all the smells stay put, whatever and wherever they may be. And breathing that cold air sure works up an appetite for a few biscuits when we get home. But it’s nice to be home, too, and out of the cold. Some of my friends, though, stay outside all the time, no matter what the weather, so on behalf of “outside” dogs and cats everywhere, I want to remind humans that they need to provide some kind of shelter for us pets, with something in it to help us stay warm and dry, like a blanket or an armful of clean straw. Sure, our fur helps keep us warm in cold weather, but we still get cold at night. And remember to check our water bowls to see if they are frozen. You try quenching your thirst by licking an ice cube! And some extra food for more heat energy wouldn’t hurt either. Hey, don’t forget the birds! You don’t need a fancy feeder. Just throw some bird feed on the ground and fill a shallow container with water. Food and water are mighty hard to find in the winter. Pick up a chunk of suet from the meat case at the grocery and leave it out for the birds. Cookie, The Republican’s cat mascot, is a bird expert (this is no surprise!) and she tells me that birds need nearly 20 times as many calories in the winter as they do in the summer, just to stay warm! That suet keeps their little furnaces stoked! And don’t get made if the squirrels, opossums and raccoons take some of it. Everybody has to eat!

Lessons You Don’t Learn in School By Lynn Hopper

By Colletta Kosiba

They are out in garden in bloom now! “Snowdrops” appear any time after the 1st of February in my garden. No, I am not kidding! These dainty dime size white flowers burst into flower, -snow or no snow, (just so they can be the first flowers to bloom at end of winter!!!) Snowdrops represent a new gardening year for me.

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Controversy Over Clermont Village Decision Continues

Photos taken by Mark and Michaela Kaiser indicate the poor drainage and flooding in the area near the site of the proposed Clermont Village development. Neighbors are hoping the Clermont Village project will shed light on their decades-long flooding and drainage problem.

By: Melissa Gibson On Feb. 9 the Hendricks County Commissioners voted to deny the Clermont Village project. The project called for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) in an unincorporated area near Brownsburg. Approval would have allowed construction of 149 single family homes, 85 townhomes and condos, a K-12 private school, a college for students whose studies focus on the Koran, a dormitory and a community center with prayer rooms, swimming pool, gymnasium, classrooms and other uses. Despite a positive recommendation from the Plan Commission and weeks of working with county staff to improve upon county concerns, Commissioner Phyllis Palmer said, “For years we’ve had people come to us with genuine concerns about flooding. We haven’t been able to help them much. I feel a strong obligation to the existing neighbors and to the people in the new development to not cause any further stress or pain in their lives.” Representatives of the Clermont Village project feel their additional work was not seen or considered by the Commissioners. “Frankly, the Commissioners’ decision is shocking,” said Elizabeth Link, Owner’s Representative for Clermont Village. “Even after a recommendation for approval at the Planning Commission, we contin-

ued to work with county staff to address engineering, infrastructure and drainage issues.” The project representatives say to correct flooding and drainage issues would come with “significant cost,” but they agreed in an effort to improve the Clermont Village development as well as a “decades-long problem of drainage in the larger area.” Their plan, they believe, would have significantly improved drainage for approximately 35 property owners to the north and south of County Road 450. “Instead of learning the facts, they assumed Clermont Village would exacerbate draining issues and denied the rezoning,” Link said. There is no doubt drainage and flooding issues have plagued the area for many years. Mark and Michaela Kaiser bought their property in 2002, adjacent to the old Clermont golf course. The home was originally 1000 square feet and after remodeling and additions, the home is 2800 square feet with a large, insulated and heated garage. Flooding was not a major problem until neighboring community, Clermont Lakes was built and then the couple began the decades-long battle to try to correct the problem as water ran into their yard and flooded their crawlspace.

Hendricks County Food Pantry Coalition Effective During COVID-19 Crisis

Due to the current health crisis, some Hendricks County food pantries have made temporary changes to their distribution locations and hours, and some pantries have combined temporarily to better serve the community. For more updates, follow the Hendricks County Food Pantry Coalition on Facebook. AMO Storehouse Food Pantry 4794 Vine St. Amo, IN. 46103 317-966-3812 3rd Saturday of the month 10am12pm Clay Township & Mill Creek Residents only AVON Faith Lutheran Church 5706 E. CR. 100 North, Avon IN 46123 317-272-1022 Drive Thru Distribution 1st Friday of the Month 5pm-7pm, 3rd Saturday of the month, 9am – 11 am or by appt. “Choice Pantry” open to all – ID required Light & Life Food Pantry 8264 E Co Rd 100 S, Avon IN 46123 317-839-5151 Mondays 1:30 – 4 p.m.; last Monday 3:30 - 6 p.m. Hendricks County Residents; 2 visits per month Our Shepherd Lutheran 9201 E Co Rd 100 N, Avon IN 46123 317-271-9103 1st and 3rd Saturday 10 a.m. – noon Hendricks/ Marion County Zip codes: 46231 & 46234 *Pet Food Pantry open during food pantry hours when product is available Mary Lee Maier Community Pantry Avon Intermediate School East - Visit avon-schools.org for guidelines and registration information. BROWNSBURG Cornerstone Christian Church 8930 N State Rd 267, Brownsburg IN 46112

317-852-2411 2nd and 4th Saturday each month, 9-11 a.m. Messiah Lutheran 801 S Green St, Brownsburg IN 46112 317-852-2988 Drive Thru Distribution Saturday’s 10 am – noon Clothing Pantry will be open as well Hendricks County Residents; One visit per month CAMBY Active Grace Food & Hygiene Pantry 10740 E. Co Rd 700 S., Camby, IN. 46113 Drive Thru Distribution Open Tuesday’s 4pm-6pm; Saturday’s 4pm – 6pm Serving Central Indiana CLAYTON Mill Creek Christian Support Center 96 East Kentucky St. Clayton, IN 46118 Drive Thru Distribution Open every Tuesday 5 pm – 7 pm Serving Everyone COATESVILLE Coatesville Food Pantry 5009 S Milton St. Coatesville IN 46121 Serves Coatesville 2nd Saturday, 10am – 12 noon DANVILLE Abundant Life Food Pantry 11003 W. Lincoln St. Danville, IN 46122 Distributing in Pantry (Masks Required & Maintain Social Distancing) Clothing/Food Pantry Open 2nd Thursday of the Month Seniors 55+ hours 12pm – 2pm & All ages 5pm- 7pm Seniors 55+ hours 12pm – 2pm & All ages

5pm- 7pm Hendricks County Senior Services 1201 Sycamore Ln, Danville IN 46122 317-745-4303 Must be 60 & over and reside in Hendricks County Monday – Friday 8 am – 4 pm. must make an appt. Shared Blessings Food Pantry (Danville United Methodist Church) 820 W Mill St. Danville, IN 46122 317-745-4330 Drive Thru Distribution Tuesday 6 pm – 7:30 pm; Saturday 10 am – 12 noon Proof of residency; Hendricks County residents only HAZELWOOD Hazelwood Christian Church 9947 S Co Rd 0, Clayton IN 46118 317-539-6157 3rd Monday, 1 – 3 p.m. Valid ID required; Drive thru distribution NEW WINCHESTER Whitestone Food Pantry 8045 W US 36, Coatesville, IN 46121 317-539-6029 / 317-223-7979 1st Saturday of month 9 – 10:30 a.m. 3rd Wednesday 5 – 6:30 p.m. Marion & Floyd Twp. / Hendricks & Putnam Co NORTH SALEM North Salem Christian Church 6 N California St, North Salem IN 46165 765-676-6969 Distributing in Church 1st Saturday of the month 9 am – 11 am Eel River & Union Townships North Salem United Methodist Church 104 W Pearl St, PO Box 238, North Salem IN 46165 765-676-6501 Drive Thru Distribution 1st Wednesday of the month 6pm-7pm 3rd Saturday of the month 9 am – 11:00am PITTSBORO Shepherd’s Shelves (Pittsboro Christian Church) 209 N Meridian St. Pittsboro, IN 46167 (Enter Meridian St parking lot across from school) 317-892-3245

“They dug the drainage ditches a few feet deeper, but the water literally goes over the top of the ditch, and every time a car drives by, it sends a wake into my front yard. It’s buckling the driveway,” Michaela said. In 2020, the couple’s crawlspace flooded so badly they had to replace all the duct work, purchase another sump pump and hire an excavation crew to correct the property damage. They’ve purchased 20 triaxles of dirt to build up their property, only to have the crews come through and repave County Road 450, raising the road level higher. Though they’ve spent $6,000 in just the past year on flooding issues, they’ve been told by the county they could build a retention pond in their backyard and continue to work to improve the flooding issues. At one point, county representatives told them the price tag to alleviate their situation would be 60 million or more. “I don’t care if it’s a mosque, a synagogue, a Christian community, Baptist community or a circus tent with circus people, trying to build anything on that property is only going to make the water that much worse,” Michaela said. The couple appreciated Palmer’s comments at the Commissioners meeting. “I was happy about it. I have lived in Hendricks County for years, I pay taxes, I vote and I put people in there to look out for my concerns. We were aggravated at the first meeting (Plan Commission). We were told not to come to the meeting and to write letters. We wrote letters and wanted to know why our letters weren’t being read? We were frustrated that our voices weren’t being heard, so hopefully the people we’ve elected will look out for our interests and I personally, think they did,” Michaela said. The Kaisers say next month, when the snow has melted and the spring rain comes Mark will have to constantly monitor the water level. At times, Michaela has taken the vents off of the house inside and Mark has used a cup to ladle water out of the vent system. “The county doesn’t know what to do,” Michaela said. “They need to put in street sewers but where will the water run off to? They can’t go north because of the highway and to the east is the railroad tracks. I heard [at the Plan Commission meet 1st & 3rd Saturday each month 10 a.m. - noon Hendricks County Residents Only; Drive thru distribution PLAINFIELD Graceway Fellowship 8446 Co Rd 700 S, Plainfield IN. 46168 317-800-5509 1st Monday of the month 9 a.m. - noon; 3rd Thursday 9 a.m. – noon Serving Hendricks County St. Stephens Lutheran Church 1001 Concord Rd. Plainfield, IN. 46168 317-840-0380 Drive Thru Distribution 4th Saturday of month 9 am – 11 am Hendricks County/ ID Required Plainfield Church Federation Food Pantry (St. Marks) 710 E Buchanan St. Plainfield IN 46168 317-767-0365 Drive Thru Distribution Wednesday’s 9am-11:15am (Closed on the 1st Wed) 1st Thursday of the month 5pm7pm 1st, 2nd, 5th Saturday 9 am – 11 am Hendricks County residents, Proof of Current Address Two Visits per month STILESVILLE Stilesville Christian Church Food Pantry (Gleaners Mobile Food Panry) 8425 Morgan St. PO Box 237 Stilesville, IN. 46180 317-539-6383 First Wednesday of every other month 4:00-6:00pm No ID Required Bring your own bags & boxes Dates are weather permitting PET FOOD PANTRIES Hendricks County Friends of the Shelter Call for info: 317-410-9167 Hendricks County Humane Society Call 317-745-3338, leave a message clearly stating name, phone #, type and number of pets and any special needs. Will be filled as best as we can. You will be called and given times for pick up. __________

ing] one physician talking about building a $500-700,000 home and I’m thinking, ‘you are talking about a huge investment here. You wouldn’t build a home on an earthquake fault. Your homes are going to be under water as well’. The Kaisers are happy the county has recognized the issue. After years of meeting with surveyors and commissioners, they believe the county’s hands are tied financially. “I hope it brings more attention to the water situation and the county needs to address it,” Michaela said. “This has been going on for decades and the county knows it.” One thing is for sure, the county is well aware of the problem’s neighbors have faced with water drainage. However, Link says the county knows exactly what to do and the Clermont Village project would have fixed all that. The discrepancy leaves members of the community asking, ‘what happened’? If the county is aware of a flooding and drainage issue and have been unable to help current residents, why then, when they had a petitioner willing to come in and fix the problem, didn’t they accept the offer? Some feel the issue doesn’t surround drainage and flooding at all. Muslim Advocates also weighed in on the decision. They feel the decision is a result of a “bigoted online campaign”. “Hendricks County is opening itself up to an expensive and unnecessary religious discrimination lawsuit,” said Matt Callahan, senior staff attorney for Muslim Advocates. “The commissioners’ supposed concerns about stormwater are not an appropriate ground to deny the application and are worryingly similar to other, equally unfounded claims about water quality commonly deployed to thwart Muslim developments. He added, “The evidence shows that Hendricks County is holding this project to a different standard that other projects – all against the backdrop of a nasty, anti-Muslim campaign. The county is discriminating against Muslims, showing hostility to freedom of worship and could pay a hefty financial price for it.” Legal repercussions are yet to be seen. The Republican reached out to county representatives and were told the county does not have a comment at this time.

Obituaries

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JOYCE EILEEN (Quade) ALLING, 91, died Monday, February 8, 2021, at Traditions at Reagan Park in Avon. She grew up in Seymour, Indiana, where she was born March 6, 1929 to Charles H. and Imogene Glasson Quade. She was a member of St. Paul Congregational Church, and graduated from Shields High School. She went on to Hanover College and studied English literature. On December 29, 1950, in Seymour, she married Emery E. Alling. They lived throughout the United States and in Puerto Rico as a homemaker and a career US Army dental officer. In 2003, he preceded her in death. Survivors include children Janis Alling (late John) Adams, Jane Alling (Jim) Spencer, and Kenneth (Nancy Horn) Alling; grandchildren Kristina Alling (JP) Humphrey, Angie Spencer, Hannah (fiancé Jacob Hemrick) Alling, and Eric Alling; and great-grandchild Claire Humphrey. Also, niece Betsy (Daniel) Fleetwood and nephew John (Kay Wilson) Fox, children of Mrs. Alling’s late sister Marjorie Quade (James) Fox. Services will be conducted graveside at Riverview Cemetery, Seymour. Arrangements: Conkle Funeral Homes. ________________________

The tide recedes but leaves behind bright seashells on the sand. The sun goes down, but gentle warmth still lingers on the land. The music stops, and yet it echoes on in sweet refrains..... For every joy that passes, something beautiful remains. Anonymous

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CHESTER L. DILLON, 79, Indianapolis, passed away February 8, 2021. He was a US Air Force veteran (1960-64) and was an over-the-road commercial truck driver for many years. He worked at Dart and at Bowman and he had also been a machinist for Schweitzer Co. Chet enjoyed fishing with his many Air Force friends in various locations over the years. He was preceded in death by his parents Chester A. and Anice Dillon; sisters Darlene Easterday and Connie Greve. Survivors include his sister Priscilla Dillon; daughter Mary Janetta; nephews Tracy Easterday and Kevin Greve; niece Tasha Hubbard; four grandchildren. A graveside service tookplace Friday, February 12, at the Clayton Cemetery, Clayton. Contributions may be made to Disabled American Veterans at www.dav.org. Arrangements: Matthews Mortuary, Brownsburg. _______________________ HANNAH MAE KING, age 24, of Indianapolis passed away Tuesday February 9, 2021 at Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis. She was born December 29, 1996 in Indianapolis to Doug and Melissa Sue (York) King. She was a waitress at Texas Roadhouse. She was a 2015 graduate of Brownsburg High School. Hannah is survived by her father, Doug (Paula) King of Indianapolis, her son Niko Reed Piper and his father Worthy Piper of Avon, two brothers James Martin of Dixon, Tenn. and Charles King of Nashville, Tenn., two sisters Kaitlyn Martin of Dixon, Tenn., and Embry Quintana of Indianapolis; her Aunt Beth and Uncle Jeff who helped raise her when her mom passed away. She was preceded in death by her mother Melissa Sue (York) King, and her grandparents. A Celebration of Her life will be held at a later date. a Arrangements: Indiana Memorial


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(M o r e O b i t u a r i e s JEARLD OSCAR WARD, 86, of Avon, passed away at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at Avon Health & Rehabilitation. He was born on Thursday, January 3, 1935 in Indianapolis, to the late William Alfred and Stella Francis (Fryman) Ward, Sr. Oscar was a 1954 graduate of Eminence High School. He was a farmer and a school bus driver for the Eminence Community School. Oscar also worked for the Hendricks County REMC, started out as a lineman and retired after 32 years as a warehouse manager. He was a member of the Hazelwood Christian Church. Oscar enjoyed camping, fishing and telling stories around the campfire. Oscar enjoyed playing euchre, dice, checkers, and playing Duck Duck Goose with grandkids in the snow. He also loved to ring the bells outside each of the grandkid’s windows on Christmas Eve. Oscar loved to wiggle his ears and was known to his nieces and nephews as “Uncle Big Ears!” Oscar is survived by his wife of 66 years, Tantra Lea “Tanny” (Wills) Ward; daughters, Debby Warmoth (Gary), and Karen Emberton (Don), both of Monrovia, Jenny Rosenbalm (Terry) of Danville; brothers, Carl Ward of Danville and Raymond Ward of Brazil; sisters, Marian Baldwin of Greencastle, Kay Seipp of Florida, Carolyn Broadstreet of Fillmore and Opal Chambers of Martinsville; grandchildren, Lori Fultz, Lindsey Peck, Laci Hamblen, Stella Pickett, Andy Emberton, Tiffany Strouth, Tricia Hopkins, Traci Cash and Ty Rosenbalm; 18 great grandchildren. Oscar was preceded in death by his parents; infant son, Jeffery Lowell Ward; siblings, Ralph Paul “Bus” Ward, Edgar Ward, Bill Ward, John Ward, Gearld Ward, Dearld Ward, Jim Ward, Helen Ward, Louise Parks, Marie Ward and Barbara Wiltermood. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 20, at Hazelwood Christian Church, 9947 South County Road 0, Clayton, with Rev. Steve Ranson officiating. Visitation will be prior to the service starting at 11 a.m. Burial will be at the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Hall, Indiana. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, face masks will be required and social distancing will be practiced. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or Alzheimer’s Association. ___________________________________________________ TAMARA JEAN “TAMMY” (King) RICHARDSON passed away on February 14, 2021, following a courageous 4-year journey with pancreatic cancer. She was born on February 7, 1964 to Wanda (King) Backus and Wayne King in Indianapolis. She graduated from Brownsburg High School in 1982. She studied at Indiana Business College and worked as office manager at Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery. She treasured her church family at Connection Pointe Christian Church. She was an avid Indianapolis Colts fan and season ticket holder. She enjoyed travel and committed to visiting all 50 states shortly after her diagnosis, which she accomplished. She was a pivotal member of the team that hosted the “Striking Out Breast Cancer” annual softball fundraiser in Brownsburg. She also participated in PanCAN’s “Purple Stride: Walk to End Pancreatic Cancer.” Tammy is survived by her husband of 36 years, Timothy Richardson of Indianapolis; mother, Wanda Backus King of Indianapolis; daughter Meagan Mathis (Ryan) of Indianapolis; grandchildren, Houston and Raelynn Mathis); brother Matt King (Gina) of Avon; numerous nephews and nieces. Tammy was preceeded in death by her father, Wayne King; nephew, Bradley King and grandparents. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m., Thursday, February 18 at Matthews Mortuary. Services will be 10 a.m., Friday, February 19 at Connection Pointe Christian Church. Burial will follow in St. Malachy Cemetery. All locations are in Brownsburg. If attending please wear bright colors to celebrate her life in accordance with Tammy’s wishes. In compliance with current regulations and restrictions, guests are required to wear masks and observe social distancing. Contributions may be made to www.pancan.org ___________________________________________________ TERREL B. WILSON, 72, Pittsboro, passed away February 15, 2021. He retired in 1997 from UPS after 30 years and was also a farmer for many years. Terrel was a US Army veteran, serving from 1969-71. He was preceded in death by his wife Anna M. Wilson, father William C. Wilson and a brother Bill Wilson. Survivors include his children Karen (Mike) Lester, Terry B. Wilson Jr., Virginia (Kevin) Clark and Steven (Alisa) Wilson; mother Irma Virginia Wilson; brothers Donald (Darlene) Wilson and Kevin Wilson; sisters Gail Medcalf, Kathy Wilson and Mary (Surakij) Maneewongwathana; 11 grandchildren and 1great granddaughter; and his best friend Charlie. Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Friday, February 19 at Matthews Mortuary, Brownsburg, with funeral services there at 10 a.m., Saturday, February 20. Burial will follow in Brownsburg Cemetery. In compliance with current regulations and restrictions, guests are required to wear masks and observe social distancing. _______________________ ALBERT SPEARS, 80, of Avon, passed away February 12, 2021. He was born March 10, 1940 to Logan & Vernia (Pennington) Spears in Celina, Tennessee. He is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Earl Spears; and sisters Ruby Ritchie, and Wilma Allen. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Sandra (Sherrill) Spears, sisters Helen Rutledge and Brenda Fisher, daughter Debra Spears, and son Tom Spears (wife, Jenni), grandchildren Logan, Kyra, Cory, and Isabelle. Funeral arrangements will be private with immediate family only. Conkle Funeral Homes. ________________________

CATHLEEN ANNE MATTOZZI, 61, of Avon, passed away on February 11, 2021. Cathy was born to George and Anne (Earl) Cariglio in Warren, Ohio. After graduating from Newton Falls High School, she moved to California, where she had her daughter.. Moving to Avon, she started working for Maple Elementary, where she had a 20-year career, retiring in 2019. She had the nicknames of Ms. “Tozi”, and “Fountain of Knowlege.” She especially enjoyed field day and boxcar races at Maple. In August 2014, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer. She participated in Breast Cancer walks and events, made jewelry to help raise money for breast cancer research, and was a valued part of her LiveStrong group. She was preceded in death by her mother, Anne Cariglio. She leaves behind her daughter Holli Anne Mattozzi, father George Cariglio, siblings Joseph Cariglio, Carol (Rich) Wolfe, James (Diette) Cariglio, and Jeffrey (Melissa) Cariglio, as well as nephews and nieces, Ryan, Jessi, Jenna, Kate, Matt, and Nick. A cremation memorial gathering will be held at Steven’s Mortuary in Indianapolis on Saturday, February 20, from 11a.m.-1p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in memory of Cathy. ________________________

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TERRI ELLEN (Pope) SELLERS, 71, of Avon, passed away February 13, 2021. She was born in Shelbyville, Ind., February 21, 1947. Terri was the daughter of Elizabeth Blanche (Harding) Pope and Frederick Pope Jr. and graduated from Shelbyville High School class of 1967. She then attended Indiana State University and retired from UPS after 25 years of service. She was preceded in death by parents and husband, Steven Sellers and brother, Tim Pope. Surviving are son, Joshua (Michelle) Brandman; grandson, Justin (Sage) Brandman; sisters, Tina (Mike) Miller and Trudy (Jeff) Frost; numerous nieces and nephews; and her little dog, Pepe. Terri was an avid reader and gardener. She enjoyed traveling with her two sisters. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Conkle Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Online condolences may be shared at www. conklefuneralhome.com. ________________________ GWEN C. STOCKS, 77, Brownsburg, passed away February 15, 2021. She was a member of St. Malachy Catholic Church. Her father, Anthony Pugliese, and mother, Violet Nolte Smith, preceded her in death. Survivors include children Wendy (Alan) Cookerly and William (Rose) Stocks; sister Natalie (Dave) Kraft; brothers Peter (Marlene) Pugliese and Anthony (Cathy) Pugliese; grandchildren Taylre, Haileigh, Damon, Rylee, Jacob, Dan and Bobby and great grandchild River. Funeral Mass will be Thursday, February 25, at 12:30 p.m. at St. Malachy Catholic Church, Brownsburg. Additional services and burial will be in East McKeesport, PA, at a later date. Arrangements: Matthews Mortuary, Brownsburg. ________________________

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ROSEMARY (Gazvoda) MEDJESKI, of Brownsburg, loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 91 years old. Rosemary was born on June 3, 1929 in Danville, Ill., to Frank and Anna Gazvoda. She grew up in Indianapolis where she spent her childhood with her family and friends. Rosemary met and married the love of her life John Medjeski on May 29, 1954. Rosemary worked outside the home the first year of her marriage, then stayed home to raise her six kids, first in Indianapolis and later in Brownsburg. She was known for her Eastern European bread, Potica, which her family looked forward to during holidays. Rosemary spent lots of time with playing withher grandkids. Rosemary was a lifelong member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church. She is preceded in death by parents Frank and Anna Gazvoda, husband John Medjeski Sr., and son, Steven Medjeski. Rosemary is survived by children, Michael Medjeski (Lynne), Paula Medjeski, Suzanne Page (Michael), John Medjeski (Lori), Terri Medjeski, and Cindy Johnson (Scott); 10 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews; and other beloved friends and relatives. A funeral mass will be held on Thursday, February 18, at 11 a.m. at St. Malachy 9833 E County Road 750 N Brownsburg. Interment to follow in West Ridge Park Cemetery Indianapolis. Arrangements: Stevens Mortuary. ________________________

NICHOLAS WAYNE “NICK” EDWARDS, age 41 of Williamsport, Ind. passed away on Monday, February 15, 2021 at 1:09 p.m. due to complications from COVID-19. Nick was born on June 23, 1979 in Oxford, Ohio. He was the son of Mary Edwards. Nick was raised in Oxford, and had lived in Danville, Ind. He was a graduate of Talawanda High School in Oxford, and later the University of Northwestern Ohio. He moved to Williamsport, in 2016 and has resided there since. Nick married Kendra L. (Verhey) Ford on October 30, 2020 in Pine Village, Ind. and she survives. Nick had worked as a wind technician at EDF in Benton County since 2016. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and being outdoors. Nick was a Cincinnati Reds fan and Michigan Wolverines fan. He loved his dogs Luke and Lily and especially enjoyed spending time with his family. Surviving with his wife, Kendra, are sons, Austin Edwards and Shaun Edwards of Danville, Ind., and Colin Ford of Williamsport, Ind.; daughter, Rileigh of Williamsport, Ind.; mother, Mary Edwards (companion: Jim Hughes) of Fort Wayne, Ind.; sister, Michelle Edwards Fox of Germantown, Ohio; aunt and uncle, Darrell and Lisa Edwards of Danville, Ind.; mother-in-law, Gayla Verhey of Attica, Ind.; sister-in-law, Ashley (Darin) Rinehart of Oxford, Ind.; nephew, Taylor (Carrigan) Fox; nieces, Mary Lou Fox, Shelby Fox, and Jossalyn Rinehart Nick was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Henry R. Edwards and father-in-law, Gary Verhey. Visitation will be at Grady Funeral Home in Williamsport on Saturday, February 20, from 11 a.m. until funeral service time at 1 p.m. with sister-in-law Ashley Rinehart officiating. Interment will follow at Highland Cemetery in Williamsport. Memorial contributions may be made to Seeger FFA or Attica-Fountain Central Archery Team. Online condolences may be made at www.gradyfuneralhome.com. ___________________________________________________ LEROY C. GEORGE, 92, Brownsburg, passed away February 14, 2021. He had been a turbine technician for General Electric, retiring in 1993. He was a US Army veteran serving from 1952-54. Leroy was a member of Cornerstone Christian Church, Brownsburg American Legion, and loved bingo, fishing and all sports. He was the biggest fan of the Brownsburg High School girls’ varsity soccer team. He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy and Mae George, and daughter-in-law ,Trisha George. He was survived by his wife Mildred George; children Pamela George, Bruce George, Brian (Suzanne) George and Paula (Jeff) Novak; sisters Rosemary Wilson and Ellen Younger; grandchildren Amber, Brittani, Joshua, Bradley, Brian, Cole, Avery, Seth, Jami and eight great grandchildren. Visitation will be from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. Friday, February 19, at Matthews Mortuary, Brownsburg, with funeral services there at 1 p.m. Burial with military honors will follow at Oak Hill Cemetery, Lebanon. In compliance with current regulations and restrictions, guests are required to wear masks and observe social distancing. ___________________________________________________


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Homemakers Time to Get A Love Story That Took Scholarships For Crafty at GOTS That Took Decades To Tell Paint and Sip Classes HS Seniors Hendricks County Extentins Homemakers offer two $1,000 scholarships to qualified Hendricks County graduating seniors to help further their educational goals and to encourage their continued development in the areas of Health and Human Sciences, Food Science, Education or a related field. The application is available on the website, www. extension.purdue.edu/hendricks or you may call 317745-9260. The application deadline is February 12, 2021. __________

Transportation For Seniors

Hendricks County Senior Services provides transportation services to anyone, 60 or older, needing a ride within Hendricks County. Transportation is provided for daily necessities, like medical appointments, grocery shopping, legal, social service, financial business, nutrition sites, and other life-essential service destinations. This service is provided on a donation basis. Transportation services are provided by properly licensed staff who receive regular appropriate training. We are committed to the safe operation and maintenance of our vehicles, including the safe boarding and unloading of passengers. Appointments are made on a first come/first served basis for door-to-door transportation (including wheelchair transport, portable oxygen, attendants, and service animals) for destinations in Hendricks County. Transportation is available five days a week during office hours (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.). Service is not available on holidays or when weather is inclement. To make an appointment call 317-718-4474. It is suggested that you call as far in advance as possible. __________ An optimist is a fellow who believes what’s going to be will be postponed Kin Hubbard

- Each only $25 prepaid or $30 at class time. Reservations needed at www. paintandsip.net or stop by the Gallery on the Square in Danville. Thursday, February 25, 6:30 p.m. - “It’s a Beautiful Still Life.” Saturday, February 27, 1:30 p.m. - “Winter Wonderland.” No experience. No problem. For more info, call Flory at 317-753-3038 Sharing the Secrets of Watercolor, taught by long-time art teacher, Marti McCoy, will begin their Spring series in March from 10 to noon Saturday at the Gallery on the Square. They will begin Saturday March 13, every other week for a month, then weekly from April 17, totaling 8 weeks. The classes are full at present, but if you would like your name on the waiting list, please e-mail (don’t try to call) Marti at mandjmccoy@aol.com. Coloring Club - March 3, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fee: $5. Reservations needed. Signup at the gallery or on the website (http://www.indianaartgallery.com/). Join us for music, conversation and coloring fun. ___________

Senior Center Food Pantry

Hendricks County Senior Services offers a food pantry for Hendricks County seniors, including perishable, nonperishable, and hygiene products. The food pantry is open by appointment. Please call 317-745-4303 to make an appointment to come to the food pantry. Hendricks County Senior Services reserves the right to limit the number of visits. Individuals must be 60 years old or older and a resident of Hendricks County, to use the food pantry. Donations are always needed, accepted and appreciated. ___________ Life is a thing to be lived, not spent; to be faced, not ordered. Life is not a game of chess, the victory to the most knowing; it is a game of cards, one’s hand by skill to be made the best of. Jerome K. Jerome

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A surprising love story that started in Danville over 60 years ago wound up in this month’s issue of People Magazine. Peggy and Jim were members of the Danville High School Class of 1958. After graduation, they started their separate lives. Several weeks after Peggy Smutz’s husband of 43years died, she received a call from classmate Don Wilson, who had lost his wife of 53 years and wanted to offer his condolences. Having met when they were in first grade, they had many happy memories in common. Bill called Peggy a few more times and began a renewed relationship. While Peggy was adamant that they remain “just friends,” Don proposed and was turned down. Still, they kept up their long-distance conversation. Peggy encouraged Don to try meeting new people via Zoom. She offered to help by being his first Zoom friend. After two weeks, Peggy realized she was falling in love with her former classmate. They met in person for the first time since graduation at another classmate’s house in Danville. Less than a month later, they were married at the Danville United Methodist Church. The happy couple who found new love in their 80’s now live in Surprize, Arizona. Let’s see a Hollywood scriptwriter come up with anything better than that. ______________________________________________

Ordinances and Expenditures Take Up Council Agenda

Ordinances and expenditures were on the agenda for the Feb. 3 meeting of the Danville Town Council. The Danville Town Council received a check from the Indiana Public Employer’s Plan Safety Grant for $20,000. The Danville Tri Kappa requested street closures on the square for the 2021 and 2022 Fair on the Square. The request was granted. Ordinance 1-2021, amending the Town’s Stipend Policy on request from the Public Works Superintendent was approved. Ordinance 3-2021, concerning the annexation of property at 125 N CR 200 E by Premier Land Co., reeived its first reading. Ordiance 4-2021,concering the rezoning of property at 1322 W US 36, 1360 W. Main and 155 N CR 200 W by D.R. Horton was given first reading. Request was approved for the Wastewater Dept. for $35,786.05 for removal of existing grinder and installation of new grinder. Public Works’ request for $734.25 to replace a 3/4 ton dieseltruck with a 1/2 ton truck with a gasoline engine was approved. Approval was given for Expenditure of to NFP for $168,248 for renwal of insurance policies. The 2021 IT services with One Choice Technologyfor 2021 services was approved in the amount of $157,129 An agreement for sanitary sewer easement with Hendricks Regional Hospital was aproved. Expenditure, not to exceed $8,733.34 for replacement of a used vehicle to replace one used by the Code Enforcement Officer that was totaled in a crash. ______________________________________________

Goodwill Coming to Danville

Hendricks County American Legion Post #118 846 South State Road 39 Danville, IN 46122

(317) 745-4736

Daily Lunch Menu Dine In or Carryout

February 15, 2021 through February 20, 2021

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

Chili w/ Jambalaya Breaded or Beef cheese & Grilled Manhattan onions Corn on the Tenderloin cob Green Corn Fries Beans Muffin Cheddar Biscuit

Cheese Burgers Potato Salad

Construction is moving along, despite the weather, on the new Goodwill store located at 8 Ridge Avenue, across from the Danville Post Office. No word on the opening date, but hopefully, the weather will be better by then. ______________________________________________

Onion Rings

February 22, 2021 through February 26, 2021 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

Amazing Ga’s Beef Ham & Noodles Cheese Potatoes

Mashed Potatoes

Green Beans

Salad

Fried or Grilled Tenderloin Fries

Caleb’s Famous Sloppy Joes Mac & Cheese Corn

Yummy Chicken Strips Cole Slaw Fries

Custom Lettering • Embroidery • Silkscreening • T-shirts • Caps • Promotional Products • Trophies • Plaques

Joan Miller, Owner 317-745-6393 58 West Main St., Danville, IN 46122

BASKETBALL DCMS vs. SOUTHMONT The seventh grade Warrior girls’ basketball team defeated Southmont 32-6. Scoring for Danville were Cassie Thompson eight, Allie Gunter and Addie owers six each, Sylvie French, Maddy Wethington, and Ava Walls four each. The eighth grade girls’ basketball team defeated Southmont 48-6. Scoring for Danville were Lilly Armstrong ten points and four rebounds, Emma Ancelet nine points and five assists, Ava Hensley nine points and four rebounds, Allie Dotson four points and four rebounds, Haydenn Heffley four points and two assists, Shelby Harvey four points, Madison Hardman two points and six rebounds, Jill Pearcy two points and six steals, Shelby Miller two points and three rebounds, and Abby Jeschke two points and five rebounds. DCMS vs. Crawfordsville The seventh grade Warrior girls’ basketball team defeated Crawfordsville 33-15. Scoring for Danville were Sylvie French eight, Malina Ane, Maddy Wethington, and Cassie Thompson six each, Ava Walls four, Allie Gunter two, and Addie Bowers one point. The eighth grade Lady Warriors defeated Crawfordsville 39-18 Scoring for Danville were Lilly Armstrong 14 points and six rebounds, Emma Ancelet seven points and nine rebounds, Haydenn Heffley six points and six rebounds, Ava Hensley four points and seven rebounds, Shelby Harvey two points and five rebounds, Jill Pearcy, Amber Culp, and Abby Jeschk two points a piece. SWIMMING DCMS vs. Cascade The Warrior boys’ swim team defeated Cascade 120-56. Placing for Danville were Miles Hudson and Ben Morton four firsts a piece, Owen Clodfelter three firsts, Jonah Clodfelter three first and one second, Jason Billiard-Snoddy two first and two seconds, Wil Vandagrift two firsts and two thirds, Deagan Myers one first and two thirds, Camden Brewer and William Clodfelter one second and three thirds, Addison Dure two and Malaki Walker two thirds a piece, Evan Dure and Grant Whitaker one third a piece. The Lady Warrior swim team lost to Cascade 110-59. Placing for Danville were Adele Simon and Madelyn Scrafton one first and two seconds a piece, Josie Schutt two seconds and two thirds, Amelia Enslin two seconds and one third, Macy Smith one second and two thirds, Casey Hummel, Moriah Armstrong, Chloe Hacker and Morgan Clark each with one third. ______________________________________________

Loan Medical Equipment

Hendricks County Senior Services maintains a limited supply of medical equipment available for loan for residents of Hendricks County as part of the Danville Rotary Club Foundations, Inc’s Durable Medical Equipment Loan program. Equipment is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no charge for borrowing the equipment. Donations are graciously accepted to help offset the cost of maintaining the equipment. Call the Senior Center for more information at 317-745-4303. __________

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Get Creative At GOTS

Gallery on the Square, 51 S. Washington St., Danville, wants to share the Gallery space with you to help cure your cabin fever and have some fun. There will be three sessions to explore your creative side. Bring your own art supplies - lunch will be provided! All sessions take place from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., with a $10 participation fee per session. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, seating is limited to 10 artists. Feb. 20 - Junk into Treasure: Bring in found objects and create an objet d’art. Mar. 20 - UFO: Time to finish those works in progress before Spring blooms! Bring in whatever you’re working on or even thought about. You can find more details on the Gallery on the Square Facebook Event page. _________


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Danville Takes on Tigers of Lebanon

Dostin (#2) looks for McMahon underneath. Picture courtesy of Cami Collins. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

This past week was a light one for the Danville Warriors basketball team, and the light week will continue after the game against Edgewood on February 11 and North Putnam scheduled for Tuesday, February 16 was cancelled due the inclement weather over the past week. They will not hit the hardwood again until Friday, February 19 when they host the Crawfordsville Athenians. This game will be the 2020-2021 Senior Night and just as important, the winner of this game will win the Sagamore Conference. It goes without saying…this is a very important game! On February 9, the team made the trip up north on State Road 39 to pay a visit to the Lebanon Tigers in another critical conference match up. The Warriors took their 12-2 record into Rosenstihl Gymnasium hoping to continue to build on their recent success. Danville had an uncharacteristic slow start to the game which included going 0-4 from the free-throw line in the first quarter. They trailed the Tigers 15-13 at the end of the period and it felt like this game might be close all the way.

The Warriors found their way in the second quarter as they rallied after falling further behind and took a 28-27 lead into the halftime locker room. This momentum carried over into the third quarter and Danville methodically began to pull away, increasing their lead to 6 by the end of the period. The Warriors would put this one away in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Tigers 20-13, on their way to a 6350 win and improve their conference record to 7-0. Danville is now 13-2 on the season and their success will be put to the test with two critical conference games coming up. Leading Danville was Tyler Dostin with 22 points, Kobe Ward had 18 points, and Brady Ruggles finished with 12 on the evening. Next up for the Warriors is the afore mentioned game against Crawfordsville and then the rescheduled contest at North Putnam on Saturday, February 20.

Familiar Face Joins Indiana Lyons

Dillon Ware watches ball from under the hoop during the game last Saturday. ____________________________________________________

Fans of Danville High School sports attending last Saturday’s Indiana Lyons Game saw a familiar face on the court at “The Lyons Den.” Dillon Ware, 2020 graduate of Danville Comunity High School, joined the Lyons as they battled the Chicago Fury. Wearing No. 4, the 6’7” Ware scored 9 points and 6 rebouds during the game, with ended with a loss to the Fury, 91-95. The Lyons will play the St. Louis Spirits on Saturday, Feb. 20, at 49 N. Wayne, Danville. Doors open at 4, game at 5 p.m.

Some of the half-time players warmed up with a session of the Cha-cha Slide.

Wearing No. 4, Danville Community High School grad Dillon Ware joined the Lyons in the game against the Chicgo Fury.

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Community Clothes Closet

The Clothes Closet is a ministry of Northview Christian Church in Danville. The Clothes Closet provides free clothing and shoes for anyone in need - infants, toddlers, school children,teens,adults, and the elderly - from their building on the grounds of the church, 623 N. SR 39, Danville. The Clothes Closet is located in the gray building behind the church and the children’s playground. The Clothes Closet will be open every Saturday in January and into February 2021, 9 - 11 a.m. The Clothes Closet will also be open on selected Thursday evenings, 5 - 7 p.m. To check the Clothes Closet scheduleor to arrange a different shopping time, contact the church at 317-745-5990. Due to pandemic protocols, masks are required for entry and no children are allowed. Volunteers are needed to staff the Clothes Closet and to assistin sorting and organizing clothing. Please contactthe church if you are interested in helpingwith this community ministry. __________ When angry, count to ten before you speak. If very angry, count to one hundred. Thomas Jefferson

Be Well Crisis Hotline

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration offers the Be Well Crisis Helpline, a confidential resource available through Indiana 211 that will allow Hoosiers to call and speak with a trained counselor 24/7. The free Be Well Crisis Helpline was established by FSSA’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction in direct response to the elevated levels of stress and anxiety Hoosiers are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Be Well Crisis Helpline is funded by a Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. In Indiana the program becomes part of the state’s new Be Well Indiana initiative. Additional information about the mental health resources available to Hoosiers is available at BeWellIndiana.org. __________

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THE EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 8350 St. Rd. 236 North Salem, IN 46165 Interime Pastor: John Dimmick, 317-531-3013 Sunday Services   9:30 AM Bible Study for all ages 10:30 Morning worship service 6:00 Evening worship service Wednesday 7:00 Bible Study / Prayer ________________________ ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Holy Eucharist every Sunday at 10:15 a.m. 710 E. Buchanan Street Plainfield, Indiana 46168 The Rev. Kirsteen Wilkinson 317-839-6730 stmarksplainfield@att.net www.stmarksweb.org facebook/saintmarksplainfield The first Sunday of the month is a Youth Participation service; third Sundays are Holy Eucharist with Morning Prayer and Children's Chapel. St. Mark's Episcopal Church serves Avon, Brownsburg, Mooresville, and surrounding communities. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey - doubting, full-of-faith, or in between you belong at St. Mark's. ___________ HARVEST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4825 E. Main St. Avon IN 46123 Pastor Elder Steve York Sunday School: 9 a.m. Worship Service: 10:15 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Psalm 122, Verse 1: I was glad when they said unto me. “Let us go into the House of the Lord.” Enter to Worship. Depart to Serve __________ NEW WINCHESTER CHRISTIAN CHURCH 53 S. State Road 75 Invites you to join us for worship. Sunday School 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Pastor Rick Adkins ___________ CALVARY CHAPEL OF DANVILLE Services at 9 and 10:30 a.m. We believe God desires sincerity and we welcome any who come as they are. Jesus Christ is our King, our Savior and the guiding standard by which we live our lives. Food Pantry - 1st and 3rd Friday each month, 10 a.m. noon. 2165 E Main St, Danville, IN 317-745-7199 www.firmlyplanted.cc __________ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PLAINFIELD 1012 Stafford Road Plainfield, IN 46168 317-839-8163 firstbaptistplainfield.org Interim Pastor David Hinson Sunday worship: Inspiration Service 9:00 am Contemporary Service 10:30 am __________ ___________

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MARY, QUEEN OF PEACE CATHOLIC CHURCH 1005 W. Main, Danville Phone: 745-4284 Web site:www.maryqueenofpeacedanville.org Mary, Queen of Peace Church is a Catholic faith community centered around prayer and worship and embodying Gospel values. We are located west of Danville at the corner of U.S. 36 and Mackey Road. Holy Masses are celebrated Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 p.m..; Wednesday and Friday at Noon, Saturday evenings at 5 p.m., and Sunday mornings at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Religious Education classes take place Sundays from 9:00 to 10:20 a.m. for Kindergarten through Grade Eight. High School Youth Group meets on Sundays at 6:30 p.m. _____________ DANVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 820 W. Mill Street, Danville 317-745-4330 www.danvilleumc.org Pastor P.T. Wilson Home of Shared Blessings Food Pantry, Danville UMC Preschool, and annual Live Nativity Traditional worship, Sunday at 9 a.m. Sunday school for all ages at 10:10 a.m. Contemporary worship, Sunday at 11 a.m. __________ COATESVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 4863 North Milton Coatesville, IN 46121 www.gbgm-umc.org/ coatesville Pastor: Rev. Danny Sanders SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Worship Service - 10:45 a.m. United Methodist Women 3rd Monday, 6:30 p.m. Prime Timers - 2nd Wednesday Bible Study - 3rd Thursday, 6:30 p.m. __________ EL-BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 7183 E. CR 100 N, Avon (317) 272-2097 www.el-bethelbaptist.net Pastor Jim Barnes A place to worship. A place to serve. A place to belong. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Evening Service 5 p.m. Midweek Service 7 p.m. Wednesday ___________ CARTERSBURG COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor Ryan Steuer and his family welcome all for a bible-based, casual service each Sunday. Fellowship and conversation begins at 9 a.m., and church service follows at 10 a.m. __________ NORTH SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH 219 Ladoga Ave North Salem, IN. 46165 Pastor Bob Hargis Sunday School 9:30am Sunday Morning Worship 10:30am Sunday Evening 6:00pm Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm Everybody needs a place to grow. From friends to family-good relationships make life worth living. At NSBC we are more concerned about your future than your past. You’ll fall in love with the friendly people, exciting services, and practical preaching. Come grow with us. __________ NORTH SALEM CHRISTIAN CHURCH 6 North California St. North Salem, Indiana 46165 765-676-6969 Pastor Rob Baire We want to invite you to Worship with us at North Salem Christian Church! We are a church with a message you can understand and people you can relate to! Please join us! Service Times: Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Fellowship Time: 10:15 a.m. Worship: 10:30 a.m. ___________

WEST BRIDGE CHURCH 1521 S. CR 75 West Danville, IN (317) 745-2266

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Service times are 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. Wednesday evening kids and Bible study for adults at 6:30 www.westbridgedanville.com ___________ LIZTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) 202 N. Church, Lizton, Ind. Rev. Harold Baumer There are some good things happening in the little white church on Church Street. Come see if what you are looking for might be here. We start worship at 10 a.m. on Sunday. Wear anything you want. Sing in any key you want. Celebrate God’s love here in a little piece of God’s family. For more information, call 994-5239. ___________ HADLEY FRIENDS CHURCH All are welcome to attend live Sunday School at 9:30 am and Worship at 10:30 a.m.; please wear a face mask and practice social distancing. Worship will also be online at YouTube under Hadley Friends Live Stream. Hadley Friends is located at 2100 S Co Rd 450 W, Coatesville. (4.5 miles west of Danville on US 36 then 2.1 miles south on 450W, 1 block south of the railroad underpass.) __________

WHITE LICK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Come join the friendly gathering at White Lick Presbyterian Church. Discipleship begins at 9:30 am Sunday, Worship at 8:30 (includes communion) and 10:30 am. Fellowship every Sunday following 2nd Worship. The church is located at 2530 N CR 600 E, Avon, IN 46123. For more information call (317) 852-2840 or visit the Web site at www.whitelickpcusa.org. The e-mail address is wlpres@indy.rr.com. ___________ WHITESTONE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8045 West U.S. Hwy 36 (West of New Winchester) Pastors Jason Van Curen Sunday Morning Worship starts at 9:30 a.m. Sunday School starts at 11 a.m. Nursery available. Church number: (317) 5396029. __________ PITTSBORO CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples Of Christ) 209 N. Meridian Pittsboro, IN 46167 Thoughtfully and faithfully following Jesus. Rev. Dr. William J. Wasner Pastor Sunday School - 9 a.m. Worship - 10 a.m. 317-892-3245 www.pittsborochristian.org pittsborochristian@tds.net __________

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF CLAYTON 4797 Iowa St. Clayton, IN 46118 (Across from Mill Creek East Elementary on SR 39) (317)539-6196 Wherever you may be in your spiritual walk, we invite you to come worship with us! Come as you are! Join our church family this Sunday. Sunday School 9:30A Worship Service 10:30A Pastor Robert Sampson has a special message just for you! Lift available for easy access (use back entrance, just follow driveway). Fellowship pitch-ins after worship on the 2nd Sunday of each month. __________ DANVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples of Christ) 180 W. Main St. 745-2310 Ronn Oren, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Coffee and Donuts 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 Worship Service Nursery & Kidz Worship provided “Loving God, loving others.” ______________ LIZTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 120 Brumfield Avenue Lizton, IN 46149 www.liztonumc.org Information Line 994-5363 Pastor Trevor Farmer Come and visit the Church on the corner where your troubles become less, your blessings become more, and nothing but happiness leaves with you through our doors. Sunday Worship - 9 a.m. Donuts & Coffee following Worship. __________

THEWELL.COMMUNITY A Church of Christ 554 Pitt Road - Main Entrance Brownsburg, IN 46112 317-244-3974 Our Mission: “Healing brokenness in EACH of us... discovering wholeness in all of us.” Sundays: 10:00 a.m. Worship Time & TheWellKidZone (Nursery-3rd Grade) 11:15 a.m. Classes for all ages The Well Community Center - Free play area, West Door MTWF 9am - 1pm MF 5pm - 8 pm ____________ BARTLETT CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST 4396 E. Main St., Avon, IN 46123 (317) 745-2504 bartlettchapel.com Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. Sunday School for all ages: 10:15 a.m. Jeff Reed, Senior Pastor ____________ COATESVILLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 5105 Milton St. Coatesville In. Interim Pastor Anthony Slutz (317) 828-1832 SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School – 9:30 a.m. Worship Service - 10:30 a.m. Look us up on Facebook Awana – call for info. ____________

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UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST COMMUNITY CHURCH OF HENDRICKS COUNTY 95 N. Jefferson St., Danville www.uucchc.org Rev. Joel Tishken In the interests of public safety, all in-person gatherings at the church have been suspended. We will continue to monitor the pandemic situation and re-open the building when we consider it safe to do so. In the meantime, we continue to meet online each Sunday for an adult Credo discussion at 9 a.m. and our service at 10 a.m. If you are looking for a church where you can search for religious truth and meaning in an atmosphere of acceptance and love, we welcome you. For further information, visit our website, uucchc.org, where you can also access and listen to past sermons. To obtain the Zoom meeting ID and password for this week’s service, please send an email request to minister@uucchc.org. __________ JAMESTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST 110 W. Mill Street, Jamestown Phone 765-676-6404 www.jamestowncoc.com Evangelist: David McPherson Sunday Classes (all ages): 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Eve. Worship: 4:00 p.m. Wednesday Classes (all ages): 7:00 p.m. Everyone welcome! __________ NORTHVIEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH 623 N. State Rd. 39, Danville Phone: 317-745-5990 www.northviewchristian.org Relevant, Biblical teaching, modern music, a casual atmosphere, quality programming for children and teens. Sunday Worship 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. __________ ST. AUGUSTINE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 600 N. Washington Street Danville, Ind. Office: 317-745-2741 E-mail: staugies/ofc@att.net www.augies.indydio.org The church family at St. Augustine’s welcomes you. Sundays, 8 and 10 a.m., Holy Communion. Sunday School for children in the Apple House Education Building, 10 a.m. Care for children under age three, in the nursery, downstairs at the church. All baptized Christians are welcome to received communion with the church family. _________ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF AMO 4779 Pearl St., Amo (317) 539-6920 Pastor Shelly A. Zook www.amo1stbaptist.org We meet every Sunday morning at 10:30 for fellowship and worship. First Baptist Amo is a mission minded spiritual family. Our ministry statement is “Shaping Hearts - Changing Lives.” Everyone is welcome! Come visit us and see what the Lord is doing in Amo. __________ CLAYTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Behind the Clayton Cafe Rev. Deb Mitchell 317-539-2036 www.claytonpres.org Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday Accessible to all ____________

How to have a Gospel Conversation A training in evangelism with David Wilson, President & co-founder of OnMission2 International Ministries. Sunday, February 28 @ 10:30 AM Emmanuel Baptist Church 8350 SR 236, North Salem, Ind. We are commanded by Jesus “Make Disciples

CLAYTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5110 S SR 39, Clayton 317-539-4512 We invite you to join us Service Times: Sunday Worship 8:45 & 11:00 a.m. Infant/Toddler & Wee Worship (birth thru K) 8:45 & 11:00 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 10:00 a.m. Power Up (1st thru 5th grade) 11:00 a.m. Check out our website for the most up to date information www.claytonchristian.org __________

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ministry of Northview Christian Church in Danville. The Clothes Closet provides free clothing and shoes for anyone in need - infants, toddlers, school children,teens,adults, and the elderly - from their building on the grounds of the church, 623 N. SR 39, Danville. The Clothes Closet is located in the gray building behind the church and the children’s playground. The Clothes Closet will be open every Saturday in January and into February 2021, 9 - 11 a.m . The Clothes Closet will also be open on selected Thursday evenings, 5 - 7 p.m. To check the Clothes Closet scheduleor to arrange a different shopping time, contact the church at 317-745-5990. Due to pandemic protocols, masks are required for entry and no children are allowed. Volunteers are needed to staff the Clothes Closet and to assistin sorting and organizing clothing. Please contactthe church if you are interested in helpingwith this community ministry. __________ DANVILLE FRIENDS CHURCH 45 N. CR 200 E. (317) 745-5348 Our doors are open for worship. We seriously follow the safe distancing practices providing masks, gloves, and disinfectants. We invite everyone to join us for Sunday School at 9:30 am and worship at 10:30 am. Our Pastor, Drew Drage, also bring a second message on Facebook Sunday evenings. We have a Bible Study at 7 pm Wednesdays via Zoom and we Invite you to join us by calling 317-850-1677. We have a clothing ministry, New Beginnings, with clothing and essentials for the entire family. Please call 317696-0962 for an appointment. If you need someone to talk to or have a prayer request, please do not hesitate to phone 317-745-5348. We are here to serve our community. __________ LIVING CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD 4800 South CR 600 E (Moon Rd), Plainfield, In 46168 Phillip Sievers, Pastor 317-839-4800 Bible Class and Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Fellowship 10 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Web site: www.livingchristplainfield.com ___________ NORTH SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 104 West Pearl Street North Salem, IN 46165 (765) 676-6501 JOIN US FOR WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY Sunday School - All Ages at 10:00 a.m. Fellowship Time at 10:45 a.m. Worship at 11:00 a.m. ** New Lift for Easy Access** We are a loving, caring, and welcoming church who make you feel like family. __________

COATESVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8052 Hadley Street 765-386-7245 Pastor: Tim Waggoner Sunday School 9 a.m. Church Services 10 a.m. Our church welcomes everyone to come and worship with our Church Family every Sunday morning. Church School is provided during worship hour. ____________

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Indy Artist Delivers Pottery Wheel, Supplies to Your Door a funeral to go to in Arkansas and during that trip I was feeling a lot of anxiety, not knowing what I should do. In the next few days, I began to put together a few things I had thought about but hadn’t acted on. What if two or three days a month, I delivered a pottery wheel, a clay kit and instructions? The customer creates the items, I pick them up next month to fire and drop off more clay?” South said.

Pottery wheel rental is available for beginners to advanced. ____________________________________________________

South helps a young artist at the pottery wheel.

As the pandemic numbers improve and vaccinations are rolling out, South looks forward to teaching in the classroom again. He plans to resume classes at Pecar Park in March and as businesses begin resuming classes, South will be there, spreading the love of creativity for all ages. He will also continue the pottery wheel delivery and pickup and the art kits as he’s learned that clients love the options.

By: Melissa Gibson For the past year, large community activities have been cancelled due to COVID-19, small businesses are struggling to stay open and find ways to bring art, dance and music to community members. Families have been stuck indoors and are looking for entertainment, creative outlets and ways to stay connected. One man, Jeremy South, has taken his love for pottery and encouraging creativity to a new level during the pandemic crisis. Ripple Mobile Arts will bring a pottery wheel to your door for small parties or just creative family fun. “I’ve always enjoyed creating things with my hands and finding objects to build something,” South said. “I was able to occupy and entertain myself and I think there’s a lot of value in that.” South knew he wanted to be an artist and focused on drawing and design in college. One pottery class opened a door for him that launched the career he least expected. “I discovered clay in college and I was the slowest learner in the class. I put in a lot of Friday and Saturday nights working in the art building. I quickly became aware that hands-on art was my forte,” South said. After graduation, he bought some equipment, began teaching classes and making connections with private schools and park departments. He could be found teaching at United Art and Education, St. Malachy School in Brownsburg and Broad Ripple Park. He also teaches classes at Pecar Park in Avon and the Snoopy School at Danville United Methodist Church. “Fast forward to the pandemic. In March, the two big places I worked (International School of Indiana and Indy Public Libraries) just shut down completely. I was pretty frantic, since that was the majority of my income. I had

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Any age can use their creativity to create something new ____________________________________________________

He created simple YouTube videos to instruct clients on how to create pottery on the wheel and the idea took off from there. Homeschool students began booking personal studio classes, families began taking monthly courses and children were getting creative in their own homes. South found himself delivering and picking up multiple times per week. An appointment with the Boone County Juvenile Detention Center led to another “unforeseen blessing”. Scheduled to teach a class, the Center closed to outside visitors at the start of the pandemic and the director contacted him, concerned about staying connected with the kids. “I created art kits with short videos showing how to do the project,” South said. “They are designed for people to be able to do at home and I ended up making a hundred of them for the Detention Center to drop off at kids’ doors.”

While the Hendricks County Humane Society’s building is closed to public traffic during COVID-19 restrictions, its other programs are continuing: Pet Food Pantry – Hendricks County residents needing pet food should call the Humane Society (317-7453338) and leave a message with name, phone #, type and number of pets and any special needs. Pet Food Pantry is available on Wednesday for porch pick up 1-6 pm. Please call 48 hours in advance with your request. Pet Adoptions – You can view adoptable pets at www. petfinder.com/search/pets-for-adoption/?shelter_IN102&sort%5B0%5D=recently_added Currently, only pre-approved adopters may schedule a meet & greet with one of our adoptables. Chip & Clip Clinic is held the 2nd Sunday of the month by appointment only. Please call our office at 317-745-3338 to schedule an appointment or if you have questions. You may call and leave a voice message at 317-745-3338 or send an e-mail to info@ hendrickshumane.org. Staff will respond to messages and emails on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. For more information, or to download adoption or assistance forms, visit HendricksHumane.org. As a reminder, the Humane Society does not operate the Hendricks County Animal Shelter and Animal Control located at 250 E. Campus Blvd, Danville. Reports of suspected animal abuse or endangerment should always be directed to Hendricks County Animal Shelter & Control 317-745-9250. Emergency animal surrender needs should be directed to Hendricks County Animal Shelter & Control. And lastly, if you don’t already have one, please create an emergency plan for your pet. Make sure pets are wearing identification and have crates, extra supplies and food. Also, identify a caregiver who can help take care of your pet in case you become ill. ______________________________________________________________________

South hopes to spread interest in the art world and encourage others to try something new. ____________________________________________________

“I like the saying, ‘If you’re not growing, you’re dying’. I’m not the same as I was even a year ago. If I was the same, something is wrong. As I get older, I’ve realized, most things don’t work out the way you plan them. You have to be willing to adapt and change and sometimes it works out for the better,” South said. If you have an idea and want to incorporate art and creativity, give South a call and he’s willing to find a way to make it happen. Visit https://www.ripplemobilearts.com/ for detailed rental and class information.

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DONALD W. DITMER, age 68 of Clayton, passed away on February 8, 2021 in Hendricks Regional Health in Danville. He was born on August 29, 1952 in Indianapolis, to the late Berdie William and Roberta Krauth Fredrick. He was a 1971 graduate of Cascade High School. He was in maintenance at the Pep Boys warehouse in Plainfield before his retirement. He was a Veteran of the US Navy and a member of the Danville American Legion Post #118. Services were Friday February 12, in Hall-Baker Funeral Home, Plainfield, with the Rev. Jon McDugle officiating. Burial followed in Clayton Cemetery. Survivors include his sister, Ramona Leopard; brother, John Ditmer. Memorial contributions can be made to the American Heart Association 3816 Payshere Circle Chicago, Illinois 60674. Please visit www.bakerfuneralservice.com to leave the family a condolence. ________________________

DONNIE JAY POWELL, 63 of Indianapolis, passed away February 10, 2021. He was born on July 07, 1957 in Morganfield, Kentucky, to the late Robert L. and Martha (Hopper) Powell. Donnie was an U. S. Army veteran. He worked in the transportation industry as a truck driver. Donnie was a member of the Belleville Masonic Lodge #65 and the Rock-n-Reelers Fishing Club. He was most happy when he was riding his motorcycle. Survivors include his sons, Dustin J. Powell, Robert E. Powell; grandson, Tyler Powell, all of Danville; stepchildren, Anthony Gray of Plainfield, Shannon Gray of Boynton Beach, Fla.; brother, Jim (Suzy) Powell of Brownsburg; sisters, Pat (Wayne) Lottes of Avon, Linda Eickleberry of Indianapolis, and his twin sister, Teresa (Bill) Wade of Clayton. His parents, brother, Bruce Powell and brother-in-law, Steve Eickleberry, preceded him in death. Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. on Thursday, February 18, in Hall-Baker Funeral Home, Plainfield. A Masonic service will begin at 2:00 p.m. followed by the funeral service and concluding with Military Rites. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Powell Family Underprivileged Children’s Christmas Fund (please make checks payable to Pat Lottes). This is a charity that is near and dear to the entire Powell family. All guests attending visitation and/or services will be required to wear a mask at all times in an effort to promote a safe environment. You are also invited to watch the services via live stream on the Hall-Baker Funeral Home Facebook Page. ________________________

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MARCIA L. LEITZMAN, 83, of Clayton (Belleville), passed away at her home, Friday afternoon, February 5, 2021, with her family by her side. Funeral services took place Tuesday, February 9, at Hazelwood Christian Church. Burial followed in Clayton Cemetery, where she was laid to rest next to her husband of 42 years, Thane. Marcia was born in Matteson, Illinois to the late John and Florence (Pieper) Stege. She was a graduate of Leon High School in Tallahassee, Fla. Marcia married Thane W. Leitzman on February 5, 1960, in Georgia; he preceded her in death May 23, 2002. She was a loving mother, grandmother,and enjoyed being the homemaker for her family. Marcia was active in the ministry of the Hazelwood Christian Church, and has asked that contributions be given to the church in her memory to continue these ministries. Survivors include her children, John Sewell “Scooter” (Kim) Leitzman of Clayton, Kristin Ellen Andrews of Plainfield; granddaughter, Bridget Elleen Andrews; step-grandchildren, Hannah, Levi, John and Luke Hammett; brother, John Stege of Mississippi; sisters, Marilyn Mason of Newnan, Georgia,and Karen Glass of Florida. Weaver & Randolph Funeral Home Clayton entrusted with the funeral arrangements. ________________________ CALVIN MARK LOWMAN, age 72, Greencastle, passed away Wednesday morning at Franciscan Health, Indianapolis. He was born on August 31, 1948 in Kansas City, KS the son of Rexford and Lavern Gillihand Lowman. Mark was Vietnam Army Veteran. He has been very active in the local music scenes performing in their jam sessions, mainly Blue Grass and Country. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle. He is survived by his loving companion, Dottie Perkins. Funeral services were Tuesday, February 16, at the Bousley Funeral Home, Coatesville. Burial followed in the Coatesville Cemetery. ________________________ SURINDER SINGH, 64, of Avon, passed from this world on Monday February 8, 2021. He was born Tuesday May 1, 1956 to Hari Singh and Prakash Kaur in Mandhali, India. He was preceded in death by his parents, Hari Singh and Prakash Kaur in Mandhali. He is survived by wife Kamaljit Kaur, son Karnbir Badesha, daughter Rajveer Kaur, brothers Kashmir Singh, Prem Singh, Mahinder Singh, sisters Hardeep Kaur, 1 grandchild Nirvair, and extended family and friends. Celebration of Life tookplace Saturday February 13, at Indiana Memorial. ________________________ LAWRENCE O. FISHER, 67, Brownsburg, passed away February 11, 2021. He was a small engine mechanic for many years, retiring from Engledow. He served in the US Army from 1971 to 1974 and was a member of the American Legion and the Eagles Lodge. He was preceded in death by his parents, Rusty and Imogene; sister, Deedee Hash and brother, Marty Fisher. Larry is survived by his wife, Janet Fisher; children, Elijah (Amanda) Fisher and Teaka (Tom) Vest; sisters, Helen Schwartzel, Sue Hampton and Debbie Huston; brother, Tony Swain; grandchildren, Devon Fisher and Dylan Birchell; several nieces and nephews. Services were Monday, February 15, at Matthews Mortuary, Brownsburg. Burial followed in Lincoln Memory Gardens Cemetery with military honors. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org or the Disabled American Veterans at www.dav.org ________________________

JAMES TAYLOR, 81, passed away February 9, 2021. He and his twin brother, Jack, were born at home in Yorktown, Indiana on June 25, 1939. He retired in 2001 as a Corrections Officer for the State of Indiana. He is preceded in death by his parents, Herbert and Mary Taylor. He is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Janet McBride Taylor. His children are: Kevin (Karrie) Taylor, Chris (Kim) Taylor, Megan Mendoza, Amanda Taylor, and Austin Taylor. He had 19 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. He is also survived by 4 brothers: Ronald Taylor, Jack Taylor, Michael (Patti) Taylor and Robert (Anita) Taylor. Services will be at 11 a.m., Thursday, February 18, at Faith Baptist Church of Avon with two hours of Visitation prior to the Service. Burial will be at Lincoln Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Faith Baptist Church of Avon Building Fund. Online condolences may be shared at www.conklefuneralhome.com. ________________________ JACK DAVID “DOC” RATHER, 71, of Plainfield, passed away Wednesday, February 10, 2021. He was born November 12, 1949 in Indianapolis to Paul W. and Mary Olyne (West) Rather. He graduated from Decatur Central High School in 1967. David received his Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of Science in Education and Specialist in Education from Indiana University. In 1970, David married Kathleen Auble, also a Decatur Central High School graduate. David enlisted in the United States Air Force Reserve, serving six years, ending with an Honorable Discharge. David had a long and successful career in education, starting in 1972 at George Washington High School in Indianapolis. From there he went to Decatur Central, where he remained from 1977-2010, serving as teacher, athletic trainer, assistant principal, athletic director, director of operations, and assistant superintendent. The highlight was the dedication of Decatur Central High School Gymnasium in his name. David is survived by his wife, Kathy Rather; son, Brad (Angie) Rather; daughter, Brooke Ellis; grandchildren: Ally Blevins, Andrew Ellis, and Evan Ellis; brothers, Jim (June) Rather, and Chris (Roxanne) Rather; sister, Nancy (Rick) Sauer; in-law, Joan (Auble) and Barry Hoover, Deanna (Auble) Everhart and Suzie (Auble) Mathis; many nieces and nephews; and many great nieces and nephews. David is preceded in death by both of his parents and his brother, Paul Lee Rather. A celebration of life service took place Wednesday, February 17 at the David “Doc” Rather Gymnasium at the Decatur Central High School, Indianapolis. Doc was laid to rest at West Newton Cemetery. Donations in David’s memory may be made to www. DTEdFoundation.net and the Decatur Township Scholarship Association (DTSA),both at 5275 Kentucky Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46221. Arrangments: www.jonesfamilymortuary. com ________________________ BEULAH GAMBOLD, age 90, Coatesville, passed away Sunday afternoon, February 14, 2021, at home in the loving care of her family. Arrangements are pending with Bousley Funeral Home Coatesville. ________________________

BEVERLY SUE KING, 74, of Avon, passed away February 10, 2021 in Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. She was born on March 24, 1946 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, to the late James Raymond Musters and Ruby (MaHaney) Sheets. She married James Buddy King on December 12, 1963. Beverly was a graduate of Clayton High School and later worked as a secretary for Dr. Whitney’s family practice. Her most important job was being a loving wife, a great mother, a wonderful grandmother, great-grandmother, good housewife and enjoyed writing poetry. Survivors include her husband of 57 years, Buddy; son, Johnny (Tracie) King; daughters, Kelly (Patrick) Dick, Kim Olmstead; brother, Jim (Jan) Musters; grandchildren, Brad, Jason, Joshua, Jordan, Jared, Jake, Ava, Kevin, Gary; and 4 great-grandchildren. Services were Tuesday, February 16, in Hall-Baker Funeral Home, Plainfield. Contributions may be made to Parkinson’s Awareness Association P. O. Box 19575 Indianapolis, IN 46219. Please visit www.bakerfuneralservice.com to leave the family a condolence. ________________________ KIMBERLY “KIM” COPELAND, 60, of Clayton, passed away on February 12, 2021. She was born on August 13, 1960 in Elwood, Ind. to Phillip and Phyllis Champion. Kim was a dedicated Nanny and homemaker to her family. She was a member of St. Susanna Catholic Church. Kim loved helping people and was known as Marry Poppins. She enjoyed sewing, crafts, flowers, watching Hallmark TV and HGTV in her free time. Kim was preceded in death by her father, Phillip Champion. Funeral Mass will be at the St. Susanna Catholic Church (1210 E. Main Street, Plainfield) Thursday, February 18, at 1 p.m. Visitation will be Thursday, February 18, from 10 a.m. until time of service. Burial will be Friday, February 19, in Saint Joseph’s Cemetery (Route 1050 N, Elwood, Ind.) at 11 am. Survivors include her loving husband, Mark Copeland; son, Stephen (Lauren) Copeland; daughters, Katie (Josh Prysant) Copeland and Carrie (David) Anderson; mother, Phyllis Champion; siblings, David Champion, Jill (Ray) Cook and Rich (Monica) Champion; family friends, Tom Leavell, Simon and Fletcher Clary, Colton and Remy Frick. ________________________

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GEORGE “BUD” LANDER JR., 88, of Avon, passed away on February 11, 2021. He was born on June 28, 1932 in Pittsburgh, Pa. to the late George Sr. and Sara Lander. Bud was an United States Navy veteran and served during the Korean War. He worked for Allison Gas Turbine Division as an engineer, retiring in 1990. Bud was a reserve deputy for the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Department. He also volunteered for the Avon Fire Department. Bud enjoyed watching sports and was a Civil War buff. Funeral services and burial will be private. Survivors include his loving wife, Carolyn Lander; daughters, Debra Campbell and Diane Lander-Smith; son, Jeffrey (Candace) Lander; 3 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made online to the American Heart Association or the Alzheimer’s Association. ________________________ BETTY A. JOHNSON, age 87, of Coatesville, passed away Friday, February 12, 2021, at her residence. Born October 17, 1933 in Jasper County, Ga., she was the daughter of Cleave Mercer and Maude Steadham Mercer Tillman. She married L.J. Johnson on July 25, 1953 and he survives. Other survivors include 2 children, Darlene Horner and husband Terry, and Dale A. Johnson; grandchild, Melissa Allen and husband Nic; great grandchildren, Ava, Parker and Knox Allen; brother Walter Tillman; sister Ammie Laura Tyler. She was preceded in death by her parents, son James Cook, grandson, Tim Horner; and siblings Sara, Lucy, Doris, Gladys, and Weyman. Betty was a charter member of the Grace Baptist Church. She was a homemaker and had worked at P.R. Mallory and RCA. Services were Sunday, February 14, in the Grace Baptist Church, Coatesville, with Pastor Bert Bunner and Pastor Wayne Dafoe officiating. Private burial was in the Coatesville Cemetery. ________________________ RAYMOND L. WENZEL, 71, Brownsburg, passed away February 12, 2021. He had been a service advisor for Penske Honda for 18 years. He was a member of Connection Pointe Christian Church. Raymond was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Betty Lou Wenzel. He is survived by his wife Helen Wenzel; sons Ryan Wenzel, Jeremy (Kristina) Wenzel, and Patrick (Aileen) Wenzel; sister Sandra Kreighbaum; grandchildren Jazzmin, Jackson, Elizabeth and Elliot. A memorial visitation will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association at www. alz.org ________________________

DONALD EDWARD POINDEXTER, age 81, of Avon, passed away on February 3, 2021 in Hendricks Regional Health, Danville. He was born on June 1, 1939 in Burkesville, Kentucky to the late Archie and Lula Anderson Poindexter. He was a job setter for Allison’s for 30+ years retiring in 1992. Donald was a member of the Faith Baptist Church in Avon and the Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his sons, Shawn Poindexter and Kevin Poindexter; daughter-in-law, Teresa Brown; sister, Connie Masters; grandchildren, Karen Worland, Kyle Poindexter, Tyler Poindexter, Bryce Poindexter and Brett Poindexter; greatgrandchildren, Nekoda Worland and AnnaBelle Worland; niece, Ashley Roy. Visitation will be held on Wednesday February 10, 2021 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Hall-Baker Funeral Home, Plainfield. Funeral services will be on Thursday, February 11, at 11 a.m. in Hall-Baker Funeral Home, Plainfield. Burial will be in Coatesville Cemetery. All guests attending visitation and/or services will be required to wear a mask at all times in an effort to promote a safe environment. You are also invited to watch the services via live stream on the Hall-Baker Funeral Home Facebook Page. ________________________ SHELLY DIANE PRICE, age 34, of Coatesville, passed away in her residence Friday, February 12, 2021. Born November 12, 1986 in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Jerry W. Price and Vinny (Gambold) Price. Shelly was a hair stylist. She graduated from Christina and Company Beauty School. She had worked at Christina and Company in Lafayette; Dolce in Arizona, Cloud 9 in Carmel, and owned Topaz Arrow in Carmel. Survivors include her mother, Vinny Price; 2 sisters, Vera Greeley and husband Allen, Ariz., and Carrie Kunkel and husband Ryan; Zionsville; a brother Casey Price and wife Sarah, Coatesville; and a grandmother, Beulah Gambold, Coatesville. Her father preceded her.. Services were Monday, February 15, in the Bousley Funeral Home, Coatesville, with cremation following. ________________________

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DIRECTOR RONALD W. RANDOLPH, Owner

CLAYTON 317-539-4567

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SERVING HENDRICKS COUNTY SINCE 1847

Thursday, February 18, 2021

Alcohol & Tobacco Commission Legal Notice of Public Hearing The Alcohol Beverage Board of Hendricks County, Indiana will hold a public hearing at 1:00 pm on March 02, 2021 virtually through Microsoft Teams, to investigate the propriety of holding an alcoholic beverage permit by the applicants listed below. Information on accessing the virtual meeting can be found at https://www.in.gov/atc/ alcohol-resources/alcohol-beverage-information/#lbHearing. RR3219637 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210) RENEWAL GERARD INCORPORATED 1 W. MAIN STREET Pittsboro IN D/B/A MASON INN GERARD F MASON 2693 N. 125 E Danville, President GERARD F MASON 2693 N 125 EAST Danville, Secretary

RR3236157 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210) RENEWAL ANGEL FIRE, LLC 9283 E US HIGHWAY 36 Avon IN D/B/A SIDELINES SPORTS PUB & GRILL RR3236313 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210-1) RENEWAL HIROSAKI STEAK HOUSE LLC 9086 E US 36 Avon IN D/B/A HIROSAKI STEAK HOUSE RR3236834 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210-1) RENEWAL BRB GROUP INC. 2067 E. HADLEY ROAD Plainfield IN D/B/A NIGH BREWING Ruari Thomas Crabbe 8167 Cottonwood Ct. N. Plainfield, President

RR3237164 Beer Retailer - Restaurant NEW CAPITOL YATS LLC 9259 E US HIGHWAY 36 Avon IN D/B/A YATS RR3237165 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210-1) NEW CAPITOL YATS LLC 9259 E US HIGHWAY 36 Avon IN D/B/A YATS

RR3222158 Beer & Wine Retailer - Restaurant RENEWAL CEC ENTERTAINMENT INC 9931 E. US HIGHWAY 36 Avon IN D/B/A CHUCK E CHEESE’S # 674 DAVID A DECK 4417 DURANGO LANE McKinney, Secretary JOHN R CARDINALE 7032 LAKE EDGE DR Dallas, President RODOLFO RODRIGUEZ, JR 4647 HALLMARK DR Dallas, Secretary

RR3237194 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210) NEW BRB GROUP INC. 2067 E HADLEY ROAD Plainfield IN D/B/A NIGH BREWING Ruari Thomas Crabbe 8167 Cottonwood Ct. N. Plainfield, President

RR3232177 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210) RENEWAL LARKIN McMANAMA LLC 115 N CENTER STREET Plainfield IN D/B/A THE SIDE DOOR PUB AND STAGE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Avon Plan Commission Notice is hereby given of a public hearing to be held by the Avon Plan Commission Meeting on Wednesday, March 03, 2021 at 6:30 PM via HYBRID with Live Broadcast on the Town of Avon Indiana, Facebook page and at 6570 E. US Hwy 36, Avon, IN to consider the application of MAP(P) 2015 – Harvest Landing Primary Plat for approval of a Major Subdivision Primary Plat with eight lots and three (3) Waiver Requests (a) to allow 13.5’ wide lane width instead of 12’ width shown, (b) to allow a waiver from the minimum “distance between public roadway intersection and full access Commercial/ Industrial curb cuts” to allow for a curb cut spacing less than 150’ and (c) to allow 25 feet buffer area around each of the detention pond instead of 50 feet buffer area. The approximately 41-acre property is zoned C-3 and is located on the north side of US Highway 36 and North County Road 900 East. A copy of this application, legal description, and any plans pertaining to this project are on file and available for examination prior to the hearing in the office of the Planning and Building Department at the Town Hall at 6570 East U.S. Highway 36, Avon, Indiana 46123 by appointment only. Please call (317) 272-0948, Monday through Friday to arrange an appointment. Written comments on this planned unit development application may be filed with the Secretary of the Avon Plan Commission at the above address and all comments will be considered by the Avon Plan Commission. AVON PLAN COMMISSION Avon, Indiana 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp __________________________________

NOTICE OF ADOPTION TO THE TAXPAYERS OF MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, AND THE TOWN OF PITTSBORO, TO REESTABLISH THE PITTSBORO FIRE TERRITORY EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND Notice is given to the taxpayers of Middle Township that on February 9, 2021, Middle Township (provider unit), Hendricks County, Indiana, pursuant to notice heretofore given, and under and by virtue of IC 36-8-198.5 duly adopted a plan whereby the Pittsboro Fire Territory Equipment replacement fund was reestablished. Notice is given to the taxpayers of the Town of Pittsboro that on February 16, 2021, Town of Pittsboro (participating unit), Hendricks County, Indiana, pursuant to notice heretofore given, and under and by virtue of IC 36-8-19-8.5 duly adopted a plan whereby the Pittsboro Fire Territory Equipment replacement fund was reestablished to provide for the following: Replacement and/or purchasing of fire equipment, vehicles and buildings for the Pittsboro Fire Territory. The fund will be provided by a property tax rate of $0.033 per one hundred dollars ($100.00) of taxable real and personal property within the taxing units mentioned above, beginning in 2021 payable 2022 and thereafter, continuing until reduced or rescinded. Ten (10) or more taxpayers in the taxing unit who will be affected by the tax rate and corresponding levy may file a petition with the Hendricks County Auditor not later than noon 30 days after the publication of this Notice setting forth their objections to the proposed Equipment Replacement Fund. Upon filing the petition, the County Auditor shall immediately certify the same to the Department of Local Government Finance, at which point the Department will fix a date for and conduct a public hearing on the proposed Equipment replacement Fund before issuing its approval, disapproval, or modification thereof. Dated This day of February, 16, 2021.

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RR3221513 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210) RENEWAL WINSTON PUB LLC 50 NORTHFIELD DR Brownsburg IN D/B/A BRICKER’S PUB

RR3218518 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210) RENEWAL OTB ACQUISITION, LLC 10299 EAST US HIGHWAY 36 Avon IN D/B/A ON THE BORDER MEXICAN GRILL & CANTI

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RR3237242 Beer Wine & Liquor - Restaurant (210) NEW MEGAN NICOLE HOWARD PENDING LOCATION Plainfield IN RR3237251 Beer & Wine Retailer - Restaurant NEW BOB EVANS RESTAURANTS, LLC 1076 NORTH GREEN STREET Brownsburg IN D/B/A BOB EVANS RESTAURANT #351 RR3237252 Beer & Wine Retailer - Restaurant NEW BOB EVANS RESTAURANTS, LLC 8350 WINDFALL LANE Camby IN D/B/A BOB EVANS RESTAURANT #117 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp

STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 3 CAUSE NO. 32D02-2010-DC-632 IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF OMAR TOMLINSON, PETITIONER AND ABIGAIL TOMLINSON, RESPONDENT SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION To: Abigail Tomlinson Whereabouts unknown This summons is to the Respondent above named. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that you have been sued in the Hendricks Superior Court 3, 1 Courthouse Square, #108, Danville, IN 46122, (317) 745-9393 in a dissolution of marriage action entitled In Re the Marriage of Omar Tomlinson, Petitioner, and Abigail Tomlinson, Respondent, by the person named above as Petitioner. This summons by publication is directed to Respondent Abigail Tomlinson, whose last known address is 1501 A St NE, Linton, IN 47441-1607, and whose whereabouts are unknown. YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear before the Judge of the Hendricks Superior Court 3 for a Final Hearing on April 21, 2021 at 9:30am. At said time, the Court will consider the suit brought against you and will decide issues relating to the dissolution of marriage, including but not limited to the division of marital property, child custody, child support, and parenting time. If you take no action in this case after receipt of this Summons, the Court can grant a Dissolution of Marriage and/or make determinations that may include but not limited to any of the following: paternity, child custody, child support, maintenance, parenting time, property (real or personal), and other distributions of assets and debts, attorney fees and costs. The FINAL HEARING in this matter is set for April 21, 2021 at 9:30am. Dated: 2/11/2021

Marjorie Pike, Clerk

2-18-21-3T hspaxlp __________________________________ 32D01-2102-EU-000042 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 1 OF HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA Notice is hereby given that John Sewell Leitzman was, on the 11th day of February, 2021, appointed Executor of the Estate of Marcia S. Leitzman, deceased, who died on the 5th day of February, 2021. All persons who have claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the clerk of this court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine (9) months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Danville, Indiana, this 11th day of February, 2021.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

This is to inform you that the Town of Pittsboro Town Council will hold a public hearing on March 16, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall at 80 N. Meridian Street, Pittsboro, Indiana, for the purpose of considering voluntary annexation into the Town of Pittsboro. ARK PARK LLC (Petitioner), which owns all of the property sought to be annexed, has requested voluntary annexation of approximately 6.38 acres of property with the parcel number 32-02-31-100-002.000-018 and more generally located southwest of the I-74 onramp from Jeff Gordan Boulevard. Information regarding this application can be viewed at the Pittsboro Town Hall on or before the hearing. Written objections or comments relevant to the petition may be filed with the Secretary of the Town Council before the hearing and will be considered. Oral comments will be heard at the hearing at the above specified time and place. The hearing may be continued from time to time as may be necessary. The Town of Pittsboro will provide reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. We invite any person with special needs to contact the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at 317-892-3326 at least 72 hours before scheduled meetings to discuss any special accommodations that may be necessary.

Local Fund Name

Governmental Activities

101 201 202 203 218 239 245 246 257 260 401 427 444 470

General Fund Motor Vehicle Highway Local Road & Street MVH Restrictied Police DonationFund DEFERRAL PROGRAM RIVERBOAT RAINY DAY LOIT 201 Special Dist. PCE Cum Cap Improvement (CCI) Cum Cap Development (CCD) EDIT CCF

$141,097.23 $17,851.48 $22,146.94 $6,800.49 $3,414.36 $846.44 $11,699.20 $2,000.00 $137.06 $2,108.23 $3,035.98 $23,199.88 $35,759.89 $6,359.72

$71,739.73 $16,205.26 $7,720.56 $5,997.64 $225.00 $0.00 $1,871.96 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $685.17 $4,085.39 $8,227.00 $205.00

$56,736.53 $19,111.09 $16,262.00 $0.00 $3,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $137.06 $0.00 $0.00 $5,331.12 $7,405.36 $648.93

$156,100.43 $14,945.65 $13,605.50 $12,798.13 $639.36 $846.44 $13,571.16 $2,000.00 $0.00 $2,108.23 $3,721.15 $21,954.15 $36,581.53 $5,915.79

Wastewater

606 607 608 610

SEW OP SEW BOND & INT SEW DEBT RESERVE SEW IMPROVEMENT Total All Funds

$85,945.79 $20,028.76 $32,385.32 $5,234.24 $420,051.01

$81,747.93 $29,500.00 $48.24 $0.00 $228,258.88

$86,848.36 $31,700.00 $0.00 $0.00 $227,180.45

$80,845.36 $17,828.76 $32,433.56 $5,234.24 $421,129.44

Local Fund Number Governmental Activities

Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device: https://zoom.us/join Webinar ID: 865 4583 7707 Password: 147584 The Town of Pittsboro will provide reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. We invite any person with special needs to contact the Clerk-Treasurer’s office at 317-892-3326 at least 72 hours before scheduled meetings to discuss any special accommodations that may be necessary. Town Council Of Pittsboro, Indiana 2-11-21-1T hspaxlp __________________________________ LEGAL NOTICE OF EVIDENTIARY HEARING INDIANA UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION CAUSE NO. 38707 FAC 127 APPLICATION OF DUKE ENERGY INDIANA, LLC FOR APPROVAL OF A CHANGE IN ITS FUEL COST ADJUSTMENT FOR ELECTRIC SERVICE, FOR APPROVAL OF A CHANGE IN ITS FUEL COST ADJUSTMENT FOR HIGH PRESSURE STEAM SERVICE, AND TO UPDATE MONTHLY BENCHMARKS FOR CALCULATION OF PURCHASED POWER COSTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH INDIANA CODE §8-1-2-42, INDIANA CODE §8-1-2-42.3 AND VARIOUS ORDERS OF THE INDIANA UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission will conduct a public Evidentiary Hearing in the above-captioned Cause in Room 224 of the PNC Center, 101 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, commencing at 10:30 AM on March 16, 2021. This hearing is open to the public. If an accommodation is required to allow an individual with a disability to participate, please contact the Office of the Executive Secretary of the IURC at (317) 232-2701 or TDD (317) 232-8556 at least 48 hours in advance. INDIANA UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (317) 232-2701 BY: IURC – DAVID VELETA, ALJ

John M. Howard, Jr. #7805-32 LAW OFFICES OF HOWARD & LAWSON A Professional Association 110 South Washington Street P.O. Box 67 Danville, IN 46122-0067 (317) 745-6471 2-18-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________

PUBLIC NOTICE North West Hendricks School Corporation is submitting a Notice of Intent to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management of our intent to comply with the requirements of 327 IAC 15-5 to discharge storm water from the construction activities associated with North Salem Elementary School Additions located at 7027 State Road 75, North Salem, Indiana 46165. Runoff from the project site will discharge to Middle Fork Big Walnut Creek. Questions or comments regarding this project should be directed to Dr. Scott Syverson at North West Hendricks School Corporation. 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp __________________________________

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Disbursements

End Cash & Inv Bal Dec 31, 2016

01 11 16 50 51 61 81 91 95

Local Fund Name

Beg Cash & Inv Bal Jan 1, 2020

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Township Fund Fire Fighting Fund Cumulative Fire (Bldg/Rem/Equip) Grand Fund Donation Fund Rainy Day Fund Township Assistance Fund Levy Excess Fund Payroll Deduction Fund Total All Funds

$84,339.68 $24,345.08 $61,691.55 $104.41 $4,263.02 $1,267.38 $59,743.28 $192.65 $214.63 $236,161.68

Receipts

Disbursements

End Cash & Inv Bal Dec 31, 2020

$60,297.15 $87,143.54 $40,807.89 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $14,602.12 $0.00 $3,944.40 $206,795.10

$46,269.80 $42,699.50 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,192.60 $0.00 $3,932.41 $95,094.31

$98,367.03 $68,789.12 $102,499.44 $104.41 $4,263.02 $1,267.38 $72,152.80 $192.65 $226.62 $347,862.47

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Eel River Township, Hendricks County, Indiana Detailed Receipts 2020 Governmental Activities

Darrell D. and Phyllis J. Fife (Petitioners) have requested voluntary annexation of approximately 21.02 acres of property located at 1114 E Wall St, Pittsboro, IN 46167, and with Parcel Number 32-02-32-100-005.000018. The Petitioners request that the subject real estate be annexed into the Town of Pittsboro with an “A” Agricultural zoning district classification. The subject property is currently zoned in the “A” Agricultural zoning district in Hendricks County’s jurisdiction. Information regarding this application can be viewed at the Pittsboro Town Hall on or before such hearing. Written objections or comments relevant to the petition may be filed with the Clerk-Treasurer before such hearing and will be considered. Oral comments will be heard at the hearing at the above specified time and place. You may also participate in this hearing remotely via Zoom using the details below. Said hearing may be continued from time-to-time as may be necessary.

Receipts

Eel River Township, Hendricks County, Indiana Cash & Investments Combined Statement - 2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PITTSBORO, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA Notice is hereby given that the Town Council of the Town of Pittsboro will hold a public hearing on March 16, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall at 80 N. Meridian Street, Pittsboro, Indiana for the purpose of considering a request for voluntary annexation into the Town of Pittsboro.

Beg Cash & Inv Bal Jan 1, 2016

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DATE: 2/12/2021

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Case No. 32D01-2102-EU-000042 Marjorie Pike, Clerk of the Hendricks Superior Court 1 Danville, Indiana

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Stilesville Civil Town, Hendricks County, Indiana Cash & Investments Combined Statement - 2020

TOWN OF PITTSBORO, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA TOWN COUNCIL

Township Fund

General Property Taxes County Adjusted Gross Income Tax (CAGIT) Certified Shares Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commerical Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Rental of Property Earnings on Investments and Deposits Total Township Fund

$38,465.73 $14,602.13 $2,582.65 $2,321.00 $1,921.00 $404.64 $60,297.15

Fire Fighting Fund

General Property Taxes County Adjusted Gross Income Tax (CAGIT) Certified Shares Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commerical Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Total Firefighting Fund

$47,618.15 $34,693.75 $3,003.78 $1,827.86 $87,143.54

Cumlative Fire (BldgRem/Equip) Fund

General Property Taxes Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commerical Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Total Cumulative Fire (Bldg/Rem/ Equip) Fund

$37,048.70 $2,337.05 $1,422.14 $40,807.89

Township Assistance Fund

County Adjusted Gross Income Tax (CAGIT) Certified Shares Total Township Assistance Fund

$14,602.12 $14,602.12

Payroll Deduction Fund

Payroll Fund and Clearing Account Receipts Total Payroll Deduction Fund

$3,944.40 $3,944.44 2-18-21-1T

Eel River Township, Hendricks County, Indiana Disbursements by Vendor 2020 /Vendor Name

Fund/Category Amount

Township Fund Personal Services Miller,Steven W $1,000.00 Thompson,Clara $1,000.00 Brooks,M!chael J $1,000.00 Internal Revenue Service $1,853.41 Indiana Department of Revenue $77.91 Lasley,Tamara S $17,919.96 Lasley,Andrew D $333.33 Township Fund Supplies Field and Stock $349.97 Postmaster $122.05 Boyce $40.58 Wal-Mart $182.46 Lasley,Tammy $36.00 Township Fund Services and Charges NuMedia Marketing $874.20 North Salem Methodist Church $1,000.00 north salem christian church $500.00 hang out community services $500,00 Spears,Wanda $125.00 Circle City Corvairs, Inc. $35.00 Porter WalkerHughes $3,104.00 Indiana Township Association $299.00 Arab Termite & Pest Control $550.00 Vectren $542.66 Century Link $1,176.06 North Salem Utllitles $577.77 DUKE ENERGY $1,445.85 Basham,Teresa $2,700.00 Lasley.Tammy $6,000.00 The Republican $198.59 Meals On Wheels Hendricks Cnty $250.00 Irby Law, LLC $718.00 Liberty Mutual Insurance $958.00 MicroSpectrum, LLC $700.00 Ace Fire Protection $100.00 Township Fund $46,269.80

Fire Fighting Fund Personal Services Basham,Kevin $4,790.00 Bondy,Jody $590.00 Fire Fighting Fund Supplies Donley Safety North Salem Food Plaza

$4,334.80 $1,202.64

Fire Fighting Fund Services and Charges Donley Safety $525.00 Praxair Distribution, Inc $565.36 Vectren $1,710.04 Century Link $2,918.90 AT&T Mobility $3,854.84 DUKE ENERGY $3,882.48 Pro Air Midwest, LLC $750.00 Porter WalkerHughes $7,481.00 Matthews $5,553.43 Stryker Sales Corp $1,127.01 WalkerHughes Insurance $3,414.00 Fire Fighting Fund $42,699.50 Township Assistance Fund Township Assistance North Salem Utilllies $616.19 DUKE ENERGY $1,336.21 Vectren $240.20 Township Assistance Fund $2,192.60 Payroll Deduction Fund Other Disbursements Indiana Department of Revenue $1,037.90 Internal Revenue Service $2,894.51 Payroll Deduction Fund $3,932.41 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp _________________________________

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CERTIFICATION State of Indiana SS: Hendricks County I, Tamara S Lasley, Trustee of EEL RIVER TOWNSHIP, Hendricks County, Indiana, do solemnly affirm under the penalty of perjury that the preceding report is complete, true and correct; that the sum with which I am charged in this report are all of the sums received by me; and that the various items of expenditures credited have been fully paid in the sums stated; that such payments were made without express or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained by or repaid to me or to any other person. I further affirm that a complete and detailed annual report, together with all accompanying vouchers showing the names of persons having been paid money by the township, have been filed as required by law in the office of the County Auditor, and that copies of such annual report are in custody of the Township Board and the State Board of Accounts. Said report is subject to inspection by any taxpayer of the township. Tamara S. Lasley EEL RIVER TOWNSHIP Trustee Telephone: 765-676-6333 Date this report was to be published: 2-1821. Subscribed and sworn (or affirmed) to before me, the Chairman of the Township Board of EEL RIVER TOWNSHIP at its annual meeting, this 9th day of February, 2021. Steve Miller Township Board Chairman This report was received, accepted, and approved by the Township Board at its annual meeting, this 9th day of February, 2021. Steve Miller Amie Brooks Braun Mendenhall 2-13-20-1T hspaxlp

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of Hendricks County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers will consider the following additional appropriations in excess of the budget for the current year at their regular meeting place at 355 South Washington Street, Danville, Indiana at 9:00 a.m. March 2, 2021.

STATE OF INDIANA HENDRICKS COUNTY SS: IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT #1 CAUSE NO.32D01-2102-EU-000044

FUND #

IN THE MATTER OF MICHELE M. GROSS DECEASED

7331 4808 4809 9131 1148 1148 1148 4808 4809 1001 7331 1206 1168 1112

AMOUNT LIT Public Safety E911 Phase 2 E911 Phase 1 IPEP Highway Safety Grant Drug Free Community Drug Free Community Drug Free Community E911 Tower Phase I E911 Tower Phase II General Public Safety LIT Local Health Dept Trust Local Health Maintenance Fund EDIT

Correction Other Services & Charges Other Services & Charges Other Services & Charges Personal Services Supplies Other Services & Charges Other Services & Charges Other Services & Charges Other Services & Charges Other Services & Charges Personal Services Personal Services Other Services & Charges

$87,343.00 $36,799.05 $64,042.15 $5,000.00 $16,200.00 $1,000.00 $117,267.00 $36,799.05 $64,042.15 $135,000.00 $100,000.00 $78,667.53 $95,097.98 $100,000.00

Taxpayers appearing at the meeting shall have a right to be heard. The additional appropriations as finally made will be referred to the Department of Local Government Finance (Department). The Department will make a written determination as to the sufficiency of the funds to support the appropriations within fifteen (15) days of receipt of a Certified Copy of the action taken. Nancy L. Marsh Hendricks County Auditor 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp

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NOTICE OF UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that Gerald K. Gross was, on February 12, 2021, appointed personal representative of the estate of Michele M. Gross, deceased, who died on January 28, 2021, and is authorized to administer said estate without court supervision. All persons who have claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the clerk of this court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Danville, Indiana, this February 12, 2021. Marjorie Pike Clerk of the Hendricks County Courts Fred L. Cline,#27781-32 Attorney No. 27613-32 Oliver & Cline LLP 7 N. Washington Street P.O. Box 223 Danville, Indiana 46122 (317) 563-7400 2-18-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________


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Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana Cash & Investments Combined Statement - 2020 Local Fund Number Governmental Activities

01 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 30 40 79 81 95 96

Local Fund Name

Beg Cash & Inv Bal Jan 1, 2020

Receipts

Township Fund CARES Relief Fund Fire Fighting Fund Parks and Recreation Fund Fire Debt Equipment Fund Park District Debt Cumulative Fire (Bldg/Rem/Equip Fund Fire Department Donation Fund Twp Health Dental Vision & Life Ins Fund Park Donation Fund Grant Fund Hazardous Materials Rainy Day Fund Township Assistance Fund Payroll Deduction Fund Sales Tax Received Fund Total All Funds

$3,951,831.16 $0.00 $2,943,021.48 $122,441.27 $155,912.92 $249,140.33 $1,031,060.43 $11,020.34 $1,025,364.09 $9,208.94 $0.00 $30,102.06 $1,724,251.11 $418,908.91 $89,894.28 $755.16 $11,762,912.48

$4,008,921.56 $31,177.53 $12,891,053.75 $1,061,890.79 $344,200.24 $587,829.44 $799,253.58 $11,800.00 $670,985.76 $12,576.89 $3,742.91 $0.00 $1,338,034.00 $139,263.83 $2,187,152.81 $8,403.85 $24,096,286.94

End Cash & Inv Bal Dec 31, 2020

Disbursements $3,934,747.79 $24,272.68 $10,500,648.75 $1,087,538.63 $353,137.50 $614,443.75 $796,389.92 $6,907.69 $1,225,061.04 $6,232.11 $0.00 $4,488.36 $1,693,871.07 $112,985.11 $2,138,973.60 $9,309.37 $22,509,007.37

$4,026,004.93 $6,904.85 $5,333,426.48 $96,793.43 $146,975.66 $222,526.02 $1,033,924.09 $15,912.65 $471,288.81 $15,553.72 $3,742.91 $25,613.70 $1,368,414.04 $445,187.63 $138,073.49 -$150.36 $13,350,192.05

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Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana Detailed Receipts 2020 Township Fund

General Property Taxes Financial Institution Tax distribution Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Local Income Tax (LIT) Certified Shares Refunds and Reimbursements Interfund Loans - Repayment fron Another Fund Other Receipts/01 - Towship Fund Total Township Fund

$129,569.17 $9.70 $10,973.39 $1,228.74 $2,229,764.00 $2,096.97 $1,635,000.00 $279.59 $4,008,921.56

CARES Relief Fund

Other Receipts/10 - CARES Relief Fund Total CARES Relief Fund

Fire Fighting Fund

General Property Taxes Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Local Income Tax (LIT) Certified Shares Emergency Medical Services Fees Document and Copy Fees Fire Protection Contracts and Service Fees Rental of Property Earnings on Investments and Deposits Refunds and Reimbursements Interfund Loans - Borrowed from Another Fund Other Charges for Services, Sales and Fees/11 -Fire Fig Other Receipts/11 -Fire Fighting Fund Total Fire Fund

Parks and Recreation Fund

General Property Taxes Financial Institution Tax Distribution Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Local Income Tax (LIT) Certified Shares Park and Recreation Receipts Rental of Property Taxes Refunds and Reimbursements Interfund Loans- Borrowed from Another Fund Other Charges for Services, Sales and Fees/13 Other Receipts/13 - Parks and Recreation Fund Total Parks and Recreation

$129,578.49 $9.70 $10,973.39 $1,228.74 $580,000.00 $146,897.75 $122,935.90 $1,107.66 $50,000.00 $8,154.55 $11,004.61 $1,061,890.79

Fire Debt Equipment Fund

General Property Taxes Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commerical Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Interfund Loans - Borrowed from Another Fund Total Fire Debt Equipment Fund

$295,768.71 $23,153.51 $278.02 $25,000.00 $344,200.24

Park District Debt

General Property Taxes Financial Institution Tax Distribution Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commerical Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Interfund Loans - Borrowed from Another Fund Total Park District Debt

$487,801.76 $31.79 $35,968.35 $4,027.54 $60,000.00 $587,829.44

Cumulative Fire (Bldg/Rem/Equip

General Property Taxes Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Refunds and Reimbursements Total Cumulataive Fire (Bldg/Rem/Equip) Fund

$681,561.31 $60,161.16 $722.38 $56,808.73 $799,253.58

Fire Department DonationFund

Donations, Gifts and Bequests Total Fire Department Donation Fund

Twp Health Dental Vision & Life Ins Fund

Refunds and Reimbursements Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund Total Twp Health Dental Vision & Life Ins Fund

Park Donation Fund

Donations, Gifts, and Bequests Total Park Donation Fund

Grant Fund

Federal and State Grants and Distribution-Public Safet Total Grant Donation Fund

Rainy Day Fund

Transfers In - Transferred from Another Fund Total Rainy Day Fund

Township Assistance Fund

General Property Taxes Financial Institution Tax distribution Vehicle/Aircraft Excise Tax Distribution Commercial Vehicle Excise Tax Distribution (CVET) Refunds and Reimbursements Total Township Assistance Fund

Payroll Deduction Fund

Refunds and Reimbursements Payroll Fund and Clearing Account Receipts Other Receipts/96 - Payroll Deduction Fund Total Payroll Deduction Fund

Sales Tax Received Fund

Refunds and Reimbursements Other Receipts/96 - Sales Tax Received Fund Total Sales Tax Received Fund

$31,177.53 31177,3 $6,672,272.56 $589,275.73 $7,075.60 $2,470,635.00 $1,362,420.72 $170.00 $541.11 $7,500.00 $170,803.62 $78,763.02 $1,500,000.00 $21,663.91 $9,932.48 $12,891,053.75

$11,800.00 $11,800.00 $142,235.76 $528,750.00 $670,985.76 $12,576.89 $12,576.89 $3,742.91 $3,742.91 $1,338,034.00 $1,338,034.00 $127,116.01 $9.52 $10,770.18 $1,205.98 $162.14 $139,263.83 $2,187,135.94 $16.67 $0.20 $2,187,152.81 $113.49 $8,290.36 $8,403.85 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp

Washington Township, Hendricks County, Indiana Disbursement by Vendo Fund/Category/ Vendor Township Fund Personal Services

Amount

American Funds Service Co. $3,807.04 Justice,Tracy (Employee Reimbursement) $1,632.00 Paylocity Corporation $11,320.57 Washington Township Trustee (Health Insurance Fund) $6,166.18 Standard Insurance Company $1,570.57 Workplace Services Corp $204.83 Indiana Dept. of Workforce Dev $3,879.91 Tackitt Insurance Agency, Inc. $162.79 Amanda Babinec $3,600.00 Steven Blacketer $3,600.00 Tracy Justice $2,138.46 Donald Hodson $26,740.26 Beverly Lucas $2,140.63 Laura Gail Perkins $30,035.00 Aaron Vining $406.06 Britt Woodard $75,807.63 Shane Sommers $3,600.00 Township Fund Supplies Washington Township Trustee $54.75 Boyce Forms $1,512.89 Quill Corporation $42.99 Amazon Capital Services $526.01 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $927.66 Driessen Water Inc $82.42 Sycamore Printer Center $67.00 Woodard,Brittany (Employee Reimbursement) $330.00 Menards-Avon $6.50 Lowes Companies Inc $16.51 Smith,Daniel (Employee Reimbursement) $14.00 Township Fund Services and Charges Brighthouse Networks $775.32 Paylocity Corporation $1,113.60 Duke Energy $2,249.00 Teachers Credit Union $184.75 Citizens Energy Group $1,095.10 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $4,612.61 Vectren $364.26 Tackitt Insurance Agency, Inc. $3,132.53 Cardinal Copier Solutions $490.98 Cyberian Technologies, LLC $13,546.39 Northern Lights $1,761.30 Peters Municipal $32,904.50 Ray’s Trash Service, INC $429.75 Republican $877.76 Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel,PC $18,867.52 Town of Avon $372.00 Verizon $1,555.12 Terra Environmental Corporatio $20,315.55 Comer Law Office, LLC $6,274.56 IUPPSIndiana Underground Plant $72.51 Kuhn & Associates Inc $219.00

Ricoh USA, Inc $11,254.97 Lowes Companies Inc $8.46 Prosperity Ag LLC $1,500.00 Menards-Avon $132.02 West Central $112.50 Avon Chamber of Commerce $250.00 Grunau Company $612.15 Gannett Satellite Information $1,171.30 Indiana Township Association $600.00 Kronos Incorporated $6,000.00 LINK Management Inc $905.40 Spangler,Marilyn $1,200.00 Hendricks Design, LLC $5.00 Mowery $245.25 Pryor Learning Solutions, Inc. $199.00 Hendricks County Recorders Ofc $25.00 Kroger, Gardis & Regas $10,568.40 Township Fund Capital Outlays Teachers Credit Union $30.00 Abstract & Title Guaranty Co., $260,796.75 Ricoh USA, Inc $2,119.04 Amazon Capital Services $99.99 Grunau Company $4,068.88 Hannum, Wagle & Cline Engineer $248,770.75 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $518.51 Moore,Timothy $41,850.00 LINK Management Inc $4,022.50 Cyberian Technologies, LLC $4,499.03 Ray’s Demolition, LLC $49,840.00 Veridus Group, Inc. $18,702.12 Township Fund Other Disbursements Washington Township Trustee (Transfer to Rainy Day $1,338,034.00 Washington Township Trustee (Interfund Loans) $1,635,000.00 Township Fund $3,934,747.79 CARES Relief Fund Personal Services Jon Joseph Jason Porter Jeffrey Thompson

$2,249.86 $319.25 $2,172.00

CARES Relief Fund Supplies Hendricks Regional Health Mercury Enterprises, Inc. Municipal Emergency Services, State Industrial Products Corp Airgas Mid-America, Inc. Health and Hospital Corp. Fastenal Company Bound Tree Medical, LLC

$4,948.62 $2,097.06 $1,875.71 $1,298.77 $3,280.39 $4,949.35 $327.95 $484.95

CARES Relief Fund Services and Charges Heaven’s Best Carpet Cleaning $268.77 CARES Relief Fund $24,272.68 Fire Fighting Fund

Personal Services

American Funds Service Co. $183,065.24 Smith,Daniel (Employee Reimbursement) $164.69 Aspeslet,Preston (Employee Reimbursement) $262.00 Paylocity Corporation $501,833.50 Indiana Public Retirement $660,487.10 Washington Township Trustee (Healthcare Fund) $493,294.46 St. Vincent Health, Wellness $63,864.00 Standard Insurance Company $15,758.98 Pride,Nicholas A. (Employee Reimbursement) $500.00 Workplace Services Corp $3,372.22 Bicycle Garage of Indy, Inc $2,519.52 Phipps,Robert (Employee Reimbursement) $269.98 Charles Schwab Bank $281,540.00 Indiana Dept. of Workforce Dev $3,036.00 Tackitt Insurance Agency, Inc. $112,128.18 Phillips,Douglas R. (Employee Reimbursement) $338.40 Cope,Patrick (Employee Reimbursement) $338.40 Aktiv Fitness Group $1,133.55 Menards-Avon $550.07 Mendenhall,Darrell L. $4,000.00 Smith,Robert L. $5,000.00 David Elmore $200.00 Barbara Farris $200.00 Ernie Forster $150.00 Edward Martin $200.00 Allan Yackey $150.00 Ted Allen $91,446.76 Levi Carpenter $86,873.04 Gerald George $105,551.75 Thomas Greene $55,775.31 Christopher Krahn $66,786.12 Courrtney Lee $38,303.72 James Paul $53,309.65 John Shafer $86,873.04 Daniel Smith $99,823.68 Karen Utley $61,967.42 William Webb $57,144.52 Elizabeth Adams $58,997.15 Jason Arkins $81,291.08 Preston Aspeslet $21,376.31 David Bandy $78,115.46 Christopher Berry $13,260.80 Jerome Bessler II $87,058.56 Jacob Bryant $56,249.58 Victoria Buckley $41,728.91 Randy Buckrop $73,022.20 Michael Caldwell $80,998.67 Joseph Coffman $74,499.46 Patrick Cope $72,509.60 Keith Cox $75,249.26 Anthony Cranfill $73,392.20 Damien Crowder $60,706.00 Heather Curtin $62,186.62 Jeffrey Daniel $23,643.13 Clayton Dickerson $75,944.38 Brian Dilley $71,857.20 Joseph East $83,723.30 Melinda Fair $56,398.15 Kaytlin Farrington $13,260.80 Richard Figg $37,512.93 Danielle Fisher $59,308.65

Isaiah Fowlkes Brandon Funk Levi Garrison William Jordan Garrison Todd Gordon James Hieston Mitchell Jenkins Jon Joseph Richard Lau Connie Sue Laws Christopher Lee Jordan Leonard Christopher Lewis Eric Linerode Courtney Lively Diane Martin Jonathon Merryman Mark Miller Mitchell Miller Ray Mulvihill Chyna Myers Patrick Parson Roy Perez IV Brian Perisho Alan Perry Jeffrey Petri Douglas Phillips Kodi Phillips Robert Phipps Matthew Plummer Jason Porter Terry Lee Presslor Steven Preston Nicholas Pride Brandi Query Alan Ramsey Michael Ray Erik Reece Robert Reffett Mark Sanders Sara Serven Matthew Sheets Jacob Smith James Smith Stephen Strader Brian Sturm Wendy Teipen Jeffrey Thompson Joseph Valorani Jonathan Velchek Jeremy Volz Steven Whicker Donald Wilson II Elizabeth Wise Aaron Vining Beverly Lucas Tracy Justice Richard Finchum

Thursday, February 18, 2021 $13,260.80 $76,573.97 $13,042.20 $15,005.37 $72,950.71 $75,864.97 $70,013.43 $110,763.74 $78,153.58 $64,086.57 $7,732.20 $2,841.60 $73,011.64 $59,451.72 $60,282.89 $14,039.90 $70,796.45 $78,391.00 $69,254.09 $63,296.29 $13,260.80 $59,238.68 $58,942.12 $80,048.77 $68,940.11 $74,803.54 $81,448.98 $42,216.51 $81,845.60 $13,260.80 $117,521.63 $73,420.17 $84,769.43 $72,766.00 $59,488.76 $87,264.65 $73,801.66 $73,704.79 $72,827.38 $74,896.40 $55,442.79 $71,060.93 $13,260.80 $73,835.23 $60,562.54 $71,660.04 $57,317.04 $101,391.24 $71,559.53 $57,465.84 $75,838.07 $81,087.89 $69,482.23 $51,542.69 $7,106.17 $6,421.88 $35,874.98 $71,746.98

Fire Fighting Fund Supplies Hendricks Regional Health $4,347.86 Mercury Enterprises, Inc. $1,427.39 State Industrial Products Corp $1,117.66 Airgas Mid-America, Inc. $1,853.22 Lowes Companies Inc $1,466.57 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $9,953.85 Avon Community School Corp. $62,940.81 Bound Tree Medical, LLC $1,777.20 Economy Plus Janitor Supplies $3,732.55 Quill Corporation $111.22 SiteOne Landscape Supply $708.60 Stryker Sales Corp. $13,866.52 Verizon $720.24 Carpenter,Levi (Employee Reimbursement) $141.40 Cyberian Technologies, LLC $10,075.13 Mobile-tek Consulting LLC $34,795.00 Allied Wholesale Electric $126.97 Amazon Capital Services $2,929.24 Beacon Sign Company, LLC $358.00 Driessen Water Inc $267.88 Stericycle $2,562.30 Volz,Jeremy (Employee Reimbursement) $333.89 Snyder,Courtney E (Employee Reimbursement) $11.47 Autozone $61.61 Menards-Avon $4,990.27 Donley Safety $139.00 NFPA $1,495.00 Health and Hospital Corp. $47,206.98 Fedex $120.23 Cardinal Copier Solutions $1,233.25 AFC Internation Inc $915.95 Portable Computer Systems, Inc $967.00 Worldpoint ECC, Inc. $183.03 Maxwell Automotive Group Inc $161.73 Co-Alliance LLP $32.41 Flotec, Inc. $385.88 GDP Holdings, LLC $263.92 TMA Enterprises Inc $114.00 Smith,Daniel (Employee Reimbursement) $41.98 Indy Business Solutions LLC $300.00 Fire Fighting Fund Services and Charges MP Cloud Technologies, Inc $6,345.01 Teachers Credit Union $25.00 Hendricks Power Cooperative $9,047.65 Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicl $30.00 Cyberian Technologies, LLC $98,791.10 Tackitt Insurance Agency, Inc. $84,276.09 Heaven’s Best Carpet Cleaning $113.36 Heartland $2,507.92 Brighthouse Networks $5,543.80 Indianapolis Power & Light Co $8,386.06 Paylocity Corporation $12,155.22 Duke Energy $20,950.87 Aqua Indiana $540.00 Citizens Energy Group $6,698.55 AT&T Inc $84.73 Lowes Companies Inc $9,788.96 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $28,474.23 Vectren $10,741.11 Cardinal Copier Solutions $335.30 Municipal Emergency Services, $38,890.51 Northern Lights $1,761.37 Town of Avon $1,566.00 Uniform House, Inc. $5,866.12 Verizon $11,775.57 B & I Property, Inc $975.00 Garland Trucking Inc $860.00 GreenCycle McCarty, LLC $240.50 Professional Garage Door $4,964.29 IAFC $455.00 Sturm,Brian (Employee Reimbursement) $75.00 Valley Tire Company, Inc. $7,937.90 Indy Tire Centers $3,387.90 Ray’s Trash Service, INC $2,540.75 ABC Roofing Company $325.00 Donley Safety $4,658.06 IUPPSIndiana Underground Plant $72.52 Kuhn & Associates Inc $657.00 Kronos Incorporated $10,561.42 Med-Bill Corporation $81,231.77 Ricoh USA, Inc $18,892.68 Wayne Township Fire Department $5,152.52 Amazon Capital Services $3,994.03 Fire Service, Inc. $9,626.68 Medjeski,Jonathan Thomas $175.00 Mid America Fire & Safety LLC $352.18 Porter,Jason (Employee Reimbursement) $75.97 Robert L Nichois Enterprises $305.00 Allied Safety Services, Inc $2,579.50 Autozone $1,221.19 Eagle Engraving, Inc. $201.45 Embroidery Plus $8,363.00 Five Alarm Fire and Safety $20,660.81 Froggys Fog, LLC $1,049.99 Ra-Comm $5,688.08 Menards-Avon $8,872.29 Superior Garage Door $5,035.00 Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel, PC $2,566.40 Hendricks Co Fire Chiefs Assoc $125.00 West Central $2,147.91 Whicker,Steve (Employee Reimbursement) $513.63 Grunau Company $5,511.96 Hendricks Occupational Medicin $307.00 Avon Auto LLC $1,967.58 Edwards Equipment Co., Inc. $433.87 Indiana Fire Instructors Assoc $4,485.55 Maxwell Automotive Group Inc $11,707.91 BC Awards, Inc. $1,372.30 Mowery $18,557.03 Interstate Battery Center $786.32

Indiana Dept. of Env Mgmt $50.00 Ivy Tech Community College $3,753.66 Allen,Ted (Employee Reimbursement) $75.00 American Floor Covering Inc. $500.00 Brandon J Ford $450.00 Busenbark Properties LLC $349.98 Greene,Thomas (Employee Reimbursement) $59.99 Stryker Sales Corp. $16,776.00 Prosperity Ag LLC $405.00 American Future Systems Inc. $283.95 Babinec, Amanda (Employee Reimbursement) $17.99 Danny’s Septic Service $285.00 JTN Services, INC. $1,222.80 Shafer,John (Employee Reimbursement) $76.37 Otto-Meyer, Inc. $320.00 Winsupply of Indianapolis $728.40 Active 911, Inc $875.00 Beacon Sign Company, LLC $842.88 International Society of Fire $125.00 Kennedy,Ketina R $75.00 Project Lifesaver $3,000.00 Reffett Jr ,Robert E (Employee Reimbursement) $707.17 Testing for Public Safety, LLC $5,000.00 Stein,Scott A $450.00 ESO Solutions, Inc $9,019.85 National Assn of Fire Invest. $65.00 Allied Wholesale Electric $68.43 Apparatus Service Company $597.75 Benson,Jeffery D $500.00 Gannett Satellite Information $105.54 Krahn,Christopher (Employee Reimbursement) $20.00 Varone,J. Curtis $4,500.00 Judy,Terry A. $250.00 The Republican Newspaper, Danville, IN $34.88 Sherwin-Williams Company $1,624.31 Terra Environmental Corporatio $2,035.88 Indiana Chapter of American College of Emergency P $413.00 Consolidated Fleet Services $1,400.40 Claude & Greg’s $400.00 Grow Local Media $28.80 Kroger, Gardis & Regas $1,085.00 Veridus Group, Inc. $870.00 Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC $765.03 Deitrick,Jack $679.00 G C, Inc. $1,540.72 Andy Mohr Ford Inc $52.50 Brownsburg Fire Territory $650.00 Dean’s Rent All, Inc $130.00 Costco Wholesale Corporation $120.00 Mayes,Daniel B. $300.00 Sycamore Printer Center $100.00 Zore’s Inc. $85.50 Buckeye Power Sales $164.24 DLZ indiana LLC $65.00 Tobin,Christopher L $500.00 Strader,Stephen W (Employee Reimbursement) $68.00 Dansbach,Paul $1,300.00 Hartin,Edward Ellery $1,300.00 Shady,Alexis Dawn $500.00 Fire Department Training Network $300.00 Guardian Tracking LLC $3,593.00 Indiana Fire Chiefs Assn $300.00 Breathing Air Systems, Inc. $2,721.18 Indiana University Health, Inc $65.00 NFPA $175.00 Crouch,Larry P $3,400.00 TargetSolutions Learning LLC $8,420.70 Cummins Crosspoint LLC $493.16 Fire Fighting Fund Other Disbursements Teachers Credit Union $593.60 Washington Township Trustee (Interfund Loan Repaym $1,499,945.25 Delabar,Norma $1,018.90 Fischer,Peggy $40.00 Hughes,David P $90.00 Roth-Gerber,Eugene $496.40 Anthem BCBS HIP $383.86 Lambert,Stephen $200.72 Allen,Mary $664.80 Earles,Donna $251.80 AETNA $96.59 Binhack,James $611.70 Boodt,Mary $101.88 IU HEALTH PLANS $523.79 Palevsky Richardson,Barbara $1,015.30 Hays,Sherree $302.03 Westwick,Carol $310.80 Sauer,Thomas $25.00 UNITED HEALTH CARE $210.07 Ploetze,Kristen $1,063.00 Hauanio,Edward $691.70 Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield $116.76 Barker,Carolyn $200.00 Broadspire $489.46 King,Ryan $386.85 Riddle,Barbara $25.00 Senter,Luana $200.00 Anthem BCBS $95.34 LCP Transportation $1,619.30 Glass,Naddie $291.48 Calvert,Lynn $100.00 Poynter,Sonia $38.41 Stout,John $79.56 Cathy A Sturm / Brian Sturm $609.00 Vandivier,Jason $222.89 Anthem $746.87 Edwards,Patricia $600.00 Ingram,Charles $88.45 Vance,Joanna $98.73 WPA GHA $293.05 Dorn,Violet $150.20 United Healthcare Ins Co $34.00 Howe,Nick $1,250.00 Fire Fighting Fund $10,500,648.75 Parks and Recreation Fund Personal Services American Funds Service Co. $22,820.59 Paylocity Corporation $45,002.35 Washington Township Trustee (Healthcare Fund) $29,289.36 Standard Insurance Company $6,339.63 Workplace Services Corp $456.47 Cripe,Kevin P (Employee Reimbursement) $104.72 Indiana Dept. of Workforce Dev $817.28 Tackitt Insurance Agency, Inc. $8,822.75 Delaney Albin $2,135.00 Jessica Bartley $820.00 Hayden Batton $377.50 Renee Bentz $15,233.00 Lorena Berry-Tayman $48,063.66 Michael Brewer $6,950.00 Skhyler Budd $410.00 Jay Clark $38,448.00 Kevin Cripe $205.00 Andrew Dobler $605.00 Jaden Emaus $360.00 Ainsley Foster $350.00 Julia Frame $2,547.50 Wanda Frame $25,056.00 Emma Groves $487.50 Madison Groves $2,140.50 Lora Helmick $76,487.97 Rebecca Holloway $777.50 Megan Howard $1,725.00 Chad Howell $63,646.27 Taylor Johnson $962.50 Austin Jones $3,707.50 Emma Levstek $107.50 Stephani Massa $67,346.21 Steve McIntyre $41,536.80 Haley Miller $3,562.50 Jessica Miller $5,887.50 Jack Myers $180.00 Emma Natalie $3,620.00 Samuel Orebaugh $27,917.12 Izabella Rios $2,535.00 Collin Robertson $390.00 Claire Roever $2,030.00 Hunter Seaborne $1,599.50 Cadence Sheean $2,267.50 Nicole Shields $204.00 Wendy Shields $5,542.50 Samantha Squire $1,197.50 Eric Stovall $730.00 Matilyn Theriault-Thompson $2,312.50 Melisssa Theriault-Thompson $37,383.61 Kelly Thomas $19,037.31 Amelia Thompson $1,877.50 Ronald Thompson $4,012.00

William Thompson James Weathers Miranda Wentz Josie Wilson Gracie Woodyard Aaron Vining Tracy Justice

$3,280.00 $3,064.00 $15,230.71 $3,942.50 $3,137.50 $2,537.92 $12,812.49

Parks and Recreation Fund Supplies Lowes Companies Inc $1,462.66 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $7,660.49 Keough,Cynthia E $205.00 Avon Community School Corp. $6,120.09 Sauce,Lisa $1,750.00 Driessen Water Inc $120.75 Lozefski,Keith Stanley $250.00 Amerigas Propane LP $4,234.01 Morris,Michael J. $4,440.00 Menards-Avon $339.62 Allied Wholesale Electric $45.00 Economy Plus Janitor Supplies $5,954.17 RIBO, Inc $200.00 State Industrial Products Corp $863.78 Amazon Capital Services $3,840.43 Hess,Michelle $300.00 Maxwell Automotive Group Inc $72.43 Co-Alliance LLP $1,651.56 Grow Local Media $400.00 Theriault-Thompson,Melissa (Employee Reimbursement $54.15 Hendricks Design, LLC $75.00 Elliott,Jr,Jeremiah Francis $150.00 Helmick,Lora (Employee Reimbursement) $55.89 Bartley,Jessica J $700.00 BK Sports $625.00 Bisque Barn LLC $96.00 Boe,Christel Kay $730.00 Berry-Tayman,Lorena (Employee Reimbursement) $200.00 Kiritschenko,Kim $87.50 Meko,Robert A $100.00 South,Jeremy Joseph $1,758.00 Aqua Systems $159.80 Edwards Equipment Co., Inc. $17.12 Plainfield Equipment, Inc. $55.70 Swank Motion Pictures, Inc. $250.00 Hoosier Tent & Party Rental $189.00 Gatekeeper Services, Inc $400.00 Beasley,Jerry L $100.00 Parks and Recreation Fund Services and Charges Hendricks Power Cooperative $23,433.40 Heartland $7,130.64 Brighthouse Networks $775.45 Paylocity Corporation $4,138.39 Duke Energy $4,910.28 AT&T Inc $2,002.82 Citizens Energy Group $13,077.46 Lowes Companies Inc $2,690.95 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $15,296.29 Vectren $3,471.60 Babladelis,Sheryl $462.00 Cyberian Technologies, LLC $17,235.92 Northern Lights $1,761.33 Plainfield Equipment, Inc. $2,388.34 Ray’s Trash Service, INC $4,548.50 Town of Avon $4,674.00 Verizon $3,208.82 Theriault-Thompson,Melissa M (Employee Reimburseme $3,150.00 Alarm Funding Associates $452.40 Allied Wholesale Electric $1,259.38 Bright Equipment Inc. $93.41 Doorking Inc $489.45 Grunau Company $2,888.00 Indiana Dept. of Env Mgmt $200.00 IUPPSIndiana Underground Plant $72.52 Vaso, Inc. $7,721.90 Menards-Avon $513.97 Flag & Banner Co., Inc. $467.40 Grow Local Media $1,757.56 West Central $1,990.67 Fitzgerald & North Service $5,386.70 Edwards Equipment Co., Inc. $275.82 Gordon Flesh Co., Inc. $3,322.69 Logical Concepts $144.00 Maxwell Automotive Group Inc $1,383.98 Indiana Park & Recreation Assoc $1,406.00 Indy Tire Centers $759.18 Tackitt Insurance Agency, Inc. $15,588.38 Crouch,Larry P $1,300.00 Bottling Group, LLC $1,228.06 Central Supply Company, Inc. $381.31 Interstate Battery Center $284.35 SiteOne Landscape Supply $147.84 Busenbark Properties LLC $47.94 Hendricks Occupational Medicin $111.00 Massa,Stephani (Employee Reimbursement) $1,997.49 Amazon Capital Services $376.97 Central Supply West Indy $7.46 Aqua Systems $10.00 Economy Plus Janitor Supplies $294.37 Indiana Forestry Educational $14.00 Koorsen Protection $137.95 Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel, PC $358.00 Main Event Sound & Lighting LL $85.00 Bill Stokes Plumbing, Inc. $249.00 McMahon,Chad $700.00 Superior Garage Door $309.82 L N Green Irrigation LLC $200.00 Electric Plus, Inc. $285.00 State Industrial Products Corp $395.77 Parks and Recreation Fund Capital Outlays Amazon Capital Services Harkleroad Painting Services Detro Trailers LLC Heartwood Enterprises, Inc. Electric Plus, Inc. Vortex USA Interiors By Felds, Inc. Liberty Industries Inc Hendricks County Bank & Trust City Wide Paving, Inc. Grunau Company Blood Hound, LLC

$3,236.33 $6,715.97 $4,975.00 $582.50 $9,978.57 $33,960.00 $35,441.80 $2,484.00 $2,269.69 $9,800.00 $6,550.00 $420.00

Parks and Recreation Fund Other Disbursements Washington Township Trustee (Interfund Loan Repaym $50,000.00 Avon Boys Upper Ninety Club $200.00 Stapert,Stephanie $499.99 Freije,Danielle $100.00 Schaefer,Lei $250.00 4H Junior Leaders Hendricks Co $160.00 Misty Eyes $1,000.00 Jones,Brandy $800.00 Haulter,Madison $2,950.00 Harris,Betty $500.00 Phoenix Fabricators $100.00 Larsen,Karen $650.00 Mundell,Anthony $200.00 Purdue Club of Hendricks Cty $100.00 West Washington Spanish $1,025.00 Watford,Dominique $1,625.00 Cuevads,Laura $250.00 Anderson,Roger 250.00 Duncan,David $200.00 Orebaugh,Steve $200.00 Spear,Alethia $650.00 Albert,Shelly $100.00 Gilbert,Ashley $200.00 Lucas,Beth $200.00 Shelley,Shawn $250.00 Certain,Amy $100.00 DeFour,Alice $100.00 Ruth,Stephanie $46.73 Wagner,Elizabeth $100.00 Howard,Dawn $100.00 Jackson,Jaymie $100.00 Allgood,Joetta $1,220.00 Jaoski,Sheila $200.00 Lenker,Michelle $100.00 Panko,Lynn $250.00 Phelps,Tamika $200.00 Strole,Robin $200.00 Abner,Lucinda $100.00 Carlton,Cheryl $160.00 Echo Church $100.00 Re,Suresh $250.00 Ayala,Lindsey $500.00 Featheringill,Tommy $500.00 Hall,Elizabeth $2,900.00


SERVING HENDRICKS COUNTY SINCE 1847

Thursday, February 18, 2021 Lory,Carrie $100.00 Snyder,Courtney E $100.00 Avon High School $100.00 Adamson,Kara $100.00 Wethington,Phyllis $200.00 Boy Scouts of America $500.00 Frazeur,Morgan $100.00 Graham,Kelly $500.00 HRH - Marketing Dept. $193.75 Blickensderfer,Samantha $100.00 Boone,Teresa $500.00 Cook,Courtney $500.00 Webb,Shirley $100.00 Champion Chevrolet $300.00 Duley,Bonita $500.00 Stoney Meadow HOA $500.00 Indianapolis Children’s Choir $250.00 Romine,Marshella $100.00 Griswold,Julia $500.00 Wolcott,Emily $100.00 Deluna,Ana $500.00 Parks and Recreation Fund $1,087,538.63 Fire Debt Equipment Fund Debt service - principal and interest Bank of New York Trust Mellon $328,137.50 Fire Debt Equipment Fund Other Disbursements Washington Township Trustee (Interfund Loan Repaym $25,000.00 Fire Debt Equipment Fund $353,137.50 Park District Debt Debt service - principal and interest Bank of New York Trust Mellon $554,443.75 Park District Debt Other Disbursements Washington Township Trustee (Interfund Loan Repaym $60,000.00 Park District Debt $614,443.75 Cumulative Fire (Bldg/Rem/Equip) Fund Capital Outlays Federal Signal Corporation $35,018.00 Ra-Comm $11,663.45 BB Community Leasing Services $415,000.54 Grunau Company $23,956.62 Five Alarm Fire and Safety $34,046.22 Pike Township Fire Department $10,500.00 Mowery $2,958.40 Lowes Companies Inc $1,664.67 Menards-Avon $1,595.45 American Floor Covering Inc. $300.00 Donley Safety $107,708.00 Maxwell Automotive Group Inc $56,248.00 Terra Environmental Corporatio $1,589.78 Flora Brothers LLC $29,282.06 DELV Design Studio, LLC $38,588.50 CPM Construction Planning $4,550.00 Locution Systems Inc. $3,500.00 Veridus Group, Inc. $14,320.23 Survey First LLC $3,9R00.00 Cumulative Fire (Bldg/Rem/Equip) Fund $796,389.92 Fire Department Donation Fund Other Disbursements Amazon Capital Services $737.44 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $1,112.06 American Mobile Sound Indiana $900.00 BC Awards, Inc. $565.50 Hatfield,David J $575.00 Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco $50.00 Roger’s Marketing and Printing $298.50 Jobe,Gregory A $105.00 Snyder,Courtney E (Employee Reimbursement) $80.19 Beacon Sign Company, LLC $195.00 Huffs Restaurant LLC $2,289.00 Fire Department Donation Fund $6,907.69 Twp Health Dental Vision & Life Ins Fund Personal Services Unified Group Services $1,153,848.22 Pike Township Trustee $4,095.12 Hendricks Regional Health $63,432.60 Avon Community School Corp. $3,200.00 United States Treasury $485.10 Twp Health Dental Vision & Life Ins Fund $1,225,061.04 Park Donation Fund Other Disbursements Hendricks County Bank & Trust $2,587.26 Gatekeeper Services, Inc $800.00 West,Charles $250.00 Amazon Capital Services $681.03 Voss Signs, LLC $288.30 Woody Wardhouse Nursery, Inc. $765.52 Hendricks Design, LLC $210.00 Robert & Lee Ross $650.00 Park Donation Fund $6,232.11 Hazardous Materials Other Disbursements Hendricks County Bank & Trust $679.54 Autozone $432.50 AFC Internation Inc $3,226.62 Menards-Avon $149.70 Hazardous Materials $4,488.36 Rainy Day Fund Services and Charges Axis Architecture &Interiors Central State Consulting, LLC LINK Management Inc

$5,273.04 $4,409.45 $6,188.54

Rainy Day Fund Capital Outlays Teachers Credit Union $30.00 Abstract & Title Guaranty Co., $152,595.00 CL Holding LLC $20,833.00 Schomers Plumbing & Heating LL $46,417.81 LINK Management Inc $32,423.52 Lowes Companies Inc $6,737.45 Central Supply Company, Inc. $3,583.00 Winco Construction Co., Inc. $9,534.80 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $6,371.23 Axis Architecture &Interiors $20,330.36 Central State Consulting, LLC $13,081.42 CPM Construction Planning $1,121,346.56 Menards-Avon $237.06 Thrasher Buschmann & Voelkel, PC $1,416.00 Municipal Emergency Services, $9,158.32 West Central $546.15 Midwest Specialties LLC $3,500.00 Locution Systems Inc. $46,887.00 Ra-Comm $14,930.17 LFW INC $7,512.00 Hendricks County Treasurer $19,321.92 Sign Crafters, Inc. $57,848.24 Cyberian Technologies, LLC $144.70 Commercial Office Environments $1,272.00 Amazon Capital Services $199.23 Apex Paving & Excavating, Inc. $21,315.00 Godby Home Furnishings $1,695.84 Joseph P. Weber/John M. Devers $835.00 Veridus Group, Inc. $4,721.79 Williams,Mark $9,450.00 Beacon Sign Company, LLC $768.00 Mattcon General Contractors $42,729.97 DLZ indiana LLC $227.50 Rainy Day Fund $1,693,871.07 Township Assistance Fund Personal Services Paylocity Corporation $1,936.13 Tackitt Insurance Agency, Inc. $31.28 Sarah Lacey $10,480.27 Holly Bobbie Vickers $5,384.58 Sue Wurfel-Allen $9,186.31 Aaron Vining $101.51 Tracy Justice $424.03 Township Assistance Fund

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Supplies Hendricks County Bank & Trust $54.75 Spangler,Marilyn $600.00 Amazon Capital Services $83.16 Sycamore Printer Center $138.00 Township Assistance Fund Services and Charges Verizon $474.85 Hendricks County Bank & Trust $308.31 Hendricks Occupational Medicin $74.00 Charitable Advisors LLC $245.00 Township Assistance Fund Township Assistance AH4R Management - IL LLC $2,410.00 The Willow Center Treatment $1,490.00 Cypress Manor $1,165.75 Avon Lakes Ventures LLC $5,072.54 Citizens Energy Group $273.56 Fortuna, LLP $3,665.00 The Ostler Group $2,417.00 Burlington Coat Factory $450.00 Avon Village $1,163.00 Shouse,James D $700.00 Steadfest Income REIT Operatin $1,687.46 Washington Quarters Apartments $3,248.00 Realty World $1,205.00 Schrier Rental Properties $932.00 Gregory,Matthew $1,600.00 Horth,Tim $850.00 Vectren $474.56 Duke Energy $2,466.57 Co-Alliance LLP $299.39 Hendricks Power Cooperative $2,268.04 Indianapolis Power & Light Co $445.61 Legacy Cremation and Funeral $400.00 Patel,Shawn $700.00 Pedcore Preserves of Avon $550.00 Regency Preserve LLC $3,482.00 Thompson,Robert $1,205.00 Progress Residential 2015-3 $3,885.00 Avon Creek LLC, Empirian $3,951.49 West Central $45.00 Throckmorton,Jean A $700.00 Mosaic Apartments LLC $4,184.77 Aqua Indiana $90.00 Mary Lee Maier $10,000.00 Linden Square $2,748.98 Hendricks County Senior $10,000.00 Altekruse,Margie $932.00 Front Yard Residential Corp $4,820.00 McHenry,Janice Rae $695.00 ANJ INVESTMENTS $715.00 Town of Plainfield $75.21 Township Assistance Fund $112,985.11 Payroll Deduction Fund Other Disbursements Smith,Daniel (Employee Reimbursement) $62.16 Lau Jr.,Richard (Employee Reimbursement) $835.65 Paylocity Corporation $1,638,732.18 Indiana child support Bureau $40,225.00 American Funds Service Co. $7,272.67 Nationwide Retirement Solution $47,180.00 Indiana Public Retirement $218,459.90 AFLAC $51,870.18 Unified Group Services $130,278.13 Standard Insurance Company $3,479.39 Whicker,Steve (Employee Reimbursement) $75.00 Webb,Bill (Employee Reimbursement) $464.40 Bandy,David L. (Employee Reimbursement) $38.94 Payroll Deduction Fund $2,138,973.60 Sales Tax Received Fund Other Disbursements Indiana Department of Revenue $8,565.94 Schaefer,Lei $10.50 Jones,Brandy $21.00 Haulter,Madison $171.50 Larsen,Karen $10.50 Mundell,Anthony $7.00 Purdue Club of Hendricks Cty $7.00 West Washington Spanish $36.75 Watford,Dominique $78.75 Cuevads,Laura $10.50 Anderson,Roger $10.50 Duncan,David $7.00 Orebaugh,Steve $7.00 Spear,Alethia $45.50 Gilbert,Ashley $7.00 Lucas,Beth $7.00 Shelley,Shawn $10.50 Ruth,Stephanie $3.27 Allgood,Joetta $50.40 Jaoski,Sheila $7.00 Panko,Lynn $10.50 Strole,Robin $7.00 Carlton,Cheryl $4.20 Re,Suresh $10.50 Hall,Elizabeth $168.00 Wethington,Phyllis $7.00 HRH - Marketing Dept. $6.56 Champion Chevrolet $21.00 Sales Tax Received Fund $9,309.37 2-1-8-21-1T hspaxlp __________________________________ CERTIFICATION State of Indiana SS: Hendricks County I, Donald Hodson, Trustee of WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Hendricks County, Indiana, do solemnly affirm under the penalty of perjury that the preceding report is complete, true and correct; that the sum with which I am charged in this report are all of the sums received by me; and that the various items of expenditures credited have been fully paid in the sums stated; that such payments were made without express or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained by or repaid to me or to any other person. I further affirm that a complete and detailed annual report, together with all accompanying vouchers showing the names of persons having been paid money by the township, have been filed as required by law in the office of the County Auditor, and that copies of such annual report are in custody of the Township Board and the State Board of Accounts. Said report is subject to inspection by any taxpayer of the township. Don Hodson WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP Trustee Telephone: 317-272-1835 Date this report was to be published: 2-18-21 Subscribed and sworn (or affirmed) to before me, the Chairman of the Township Board of WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP at its annual meeting, this 9th day of February, 2021. Shane Sommers, Township Board Chairman This report was received, accepted, and approved by the Township board of WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP at its annual meeting, this 9th day of February, 2021. Washington Township Board: Shane Sommers Amanda Babinec Steven D. Blacketer 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp __________________________________

To: The Taxpayers of Washington Township, Hendricks County Re: 2020 Annual Financial Report Dear Taxpayers: On February 09, 2020, the Annual Financial Report was presented to the Washington Township Board for their approval. A portion of it is published here and you can access the full report on Indiana Gateway by going to https://gateway.ifionline.org. Once there, click on Search for Reports and look for Washington Township, Hendricks County under the Annual Financial Report tab. On page two of the report, you will find the beginning and ending cash balances for 2020. The beginning cash balance was $11,762,412.48 and the ending cash balance was $13,350,192.05. The $13,350,192.50 can be broken down as follows: 1. $5.0 million is the cash needed to eliminate a Tax Anticipation Warrant (TAW). Until 2017, our Township was the only taxing entity in the area that was forced to borrow funds to pay bills until we received our property tax disbursements in June. This cost you, the taxpayers, additional money in interest and professional fees - an average of $12,00025,000 each year. We spent time building these cash reserves, and since 2017 we have been able to use them to fund the first six months of the year (before the Jun e property tax funds arrive). 2. $1.6 million is assigned to cover the capital expenditures of the projects of the Township until we receive property tax disbursement in June. These will be for Rainy Day projects, Park Capital projects and Fire CUM Fund projects. 3. $1,820,000 is dedicated for the Township Health Benefit Fund. In 2017, the Town ship became self-insured, which has lowered our healthcare costs, but requires us to have cash reserves on hand to cover unanticipated spikes in claims or reinsurance premiums. 4. The Township Board encumbered 2020 Budgeted Funds in the amount of $1,418,959 for items and projects that we had contracts or invoices. 5. The Township has two outstanding bonds. $320,000 will be used to pay towards the first of the two installments. 6. Finally,$ 3.1 million has been saved for the purpose of early pay off one or both of those two bonds. Since 2011, this administration has worked toward being fiscally conservative and transparent. The above actions illustrate that this goal has been achieved. If you have any questions about the Annual Report, the explanations above, or other Township questions, please feel free to contact me at 317-272-1835 or email me at dhodson@ avonfd.org Sincerely, Don Hodson Township Trustee ________________________________________________________________________

LEGAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that the Danville Plan Commission will meet in the Council Chambers of the Danville Town Hall, 49 North Wayne Street, Danville, Indiana at 7:00 pm on March 8, 2021 to consider the petition of D.R. Horton- Indiana, LLC for approval to rezone approximately 387.852 acres +/- to PUD - Planned Unit Development. The property is more commonly known as 155 N County Road 200 W; 1322 W US Highway 36; 1360 W Main St, Danville, Indiana and is particularly described as See attached Exhibit A. The petition may be examined at the Danville Town Hall, 49 North Wayne Street, Danville, Indiana 46122, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday. Written comments regarding a petition may be filed with the Danville Plan Commission within ten (10) days at the above address and such comments will be considered. At the above stated time and place you may appear and be heard.

THE DANVILLE PLAN COMMISSION Exhibit A Legal Description

Part of the Southwest and Southeast Quarters of Section 5 and part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 4, all in Township 15 North, Range 1 West of the Second Principal Meridian, Hendricks County, Indiana, being that 387.852-acre tract of land shown on the ALTA/ NSPS Land Title Survey dated December 7, 2020, as last revised, by Michael J. Smith, PS #LS20500025 of American Structurepoint, Inc. under project number 2020.00220, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a Hendricks County Surveyor disk at the northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 5; thence South 89 degrees 02 minutes 23 seconds East 2,587.26 feet along the north line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 5 (basis of bearings per Indiana State Geospatial Coordinate System, Hendricks zone) to a 5/8-inch diameter rebar with a cap stamped “ASI FIRM #0094” set flush (hereafter referred to as “set rebar”) at the northwest corner of said Southeast Quarter; thence South 89 degrees 22 minutes 44 seconds East 2,599.81 feet along the north line of said Southeast Quarter to a stone found at the northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 4; thence North 89 degrees 51 minutes 26 seconds East 1,323.24 feet along the north line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 4 to a one-inch diameter iron pipe with a “PCS” cap at the northeast corner of the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 4; thence South 00 degrees 28 minutes 47 seconds East 2,499.61 feet along the east line of said West Half to a set rebar on the north right-of-way line of U.S. 36 as defined by State Highway E.F.A. Project No. 211, Sec. C, Project No. STP-076-2 (7) and Project No. 129833300ST1 R/W, the following twenty-three (23) courses are along said north right-of-way line; 1) thence North 89 degrees 50 minutes 24 seconds West 24.16 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 2) thence South 00 degrees 09 minutes 36 seconds West 71.00 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 3) thence South 35 degrees 22 minutes 40 seconds West 41.62 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 4) thence North 89 degrees 50 minutes 24 seconds West 145.00 feet; 5) thence South 73 degrees 27 minutes 39 seconds West 52.20 feet to a set rebar; 6) thence North 89 degrees 50 minutes 24 seconds West 178.90 feet to a set rebar; 7) thence Westerly 206.01 feet along a non-tangent curve to the right having a radius of 83,812.48 feet and subtended by a long chord having a bearing of North 89 degrees 46 minutes 10 seconds West and a length of 206.01 feet; 8) thence North 31 degrees 40 minutes 44 seconds West 47.16 feet; 9) thence North 00 degrees 19 minutes 05 seconds East 65.00 feet; 10) thence North 89 degrees 39 minutes 53 seconds West 49.92 feet; 11) thence South 00 degrees 21 minutes 08 seconds West 65.00 feet; 12) thence North 89 degrees 37 minutes 50 seconds West 49.96 feet; 13) thence South 49 degrees 11 minutes 41 seconds West 53.13 feet; 14) thence Westerly 628.59 feet along a non-tangent curve to the right having a radius of 83,807.48 feet and subtended by a long chord having a bearing of North 89 degrees 22 minutes 17 seconds West and a length of 628.59 feet to a set rebar; 15) thence North 89 degrees 09 minutes 24 seconds West 170.82 feet to a concrete rightof-way monument; 16) thence North 00 degrees 50 minutes 39 seconds East 10.20 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 17) thence North 89 degrees 09 minutes 21 seconds West 206.50 feet to a concrete rightof-way monument; 18) thence North 00 degrees 50 minutes 39 seconds East 50.00 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 19) thence North 89 degrees 09 minutes 21 seconds West 60.00 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 20) thence South 42 degrees 49 minutes 53 seconds West 67.27 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 21) thence North 89 degrees 09 minutes 21 seconds West 190.00 feet to a concrete rightof-way monument; 22) thence South 00 degrees 50 minutes 39 seconds West 20.21 feet to a concrete right-ofway monument; 23) thence North 89 degrees 09 minutes 24 seconds West 713.98 feet to a set rebar on the east line of Exempt Subdivision #073/20, recorded as Instrument Number 202013237 in the Office of the Recorder of Hendricks County, Indiana, the following three (3) courses are along the east, north and west lines of said Subdivision; 1) thence North 00 degrees 23 minutes 54 seconds East 263.59 feet to a “Kruse 78” capped rebar; 2) thence North 89 degrees 36 minutes 06 seconds West 355.00 feet to a “Kruse 78” capped rebar; 3) thence South 00 degrees 23 minutes 54 seconds West 260.83 feet to a set rebar on said north right-of-way line; the following six (6) courses are along said north right-of-way line; 1) thence North 89 degrees 09 minutes 24 seconds West 229.78 feet to a set rebar; 2) thence Westerly 1,000.45 feet along a curve to the left having a radius of 66,140.52 feet and subtended by a long chord having a bearing of North 89 degrees 35 minutes 24 seconds West and a length of 1,000.44 feet to a set rebar; 3) thence South 89 degrees 58 minutes 36 seconds West 1,700.00 feet to a set rebar; 4) thence Westerly 375.24 feet along a curve to the left having a radius of 143,269.45 feet and subtended by a long chord having a bearing of South 89 degrees 54 minutes 06 seconds West and a length of 375.24 feet to a set rebar; 5) thence North 61 degrees 13 minutes 20 seconds West 20.66 feet to a mag nail; 6) thence South 89 degrees 48 minutes 58 seconds West 16.50 feet to a mag nail on the west line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 5; thence North 00 degrees 35 minutes 56 seconds West 2,638.24 feet along said west line to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 387.852 acres, more or less. 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp ________________________________________________________________________

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Page B-3 LEGAL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that the Danville Plan Commission will meet in the Council Chambers of the Danville Town Hall, 49 North Wayne Street, Danville, Indiana at 7:00 pm on March 9, 2021 to consider the petition of Pyatt Builders, LLC for approval to rezone 20 acres to PUD - Planned Unit Development. The property is more commonly known as 1928 10th Street (which includes an unaddressed parcel of approximately 0.5 acres at the southwest corner of the real estate), Danville, Indiana and is particularly described as See attached legal description. The petition may be examined at the Danville Town Hall, 49 North Wayne Street, Danville, Indiana 46122, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday. Written comments regarding a petition may be filed with the Danville Plan Commission within ten (10) days at the above address and such comments will be considered. At the above stated time and place you may appear and be heard. THE DANVILLE PLAN COMMISSION

Legal Description TRACT A: A part of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 35, Township 16 North, Range 1 West, Hendricks County, Indiana, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning on the South line of said Quarter Quarter Section 6 chains and 40 links West of the Southeast corner thereof; and running thence North parallel with the East line thereof, 20 chains and 21 links to the North line of said Quarter Quarter Section; thence West on said North line 11 chains and 15 1/2 links; thence South parallel with the East line of said Quarter Quarter Section 18 chains and 19 links to the Northwest corner of a one acre tract, formerly owned by Howard N. Brady; thence East on the North line of said one acre tract, 20 rods to the Northeast corner thereof; thence South 8 rods to the South line of said Quarter Quarter Section; thence East on said South line to the place of beginning, containing 21.53 acres, more or less and subject to all highways, rights-of-way and easements. EXCEPT: A tract of land located in the Southeast Quarter of Section 35, Township 16 North, Range 1 West, Center Township, Hendricks County, Indiana. Said surveyed tract being more particularly bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Being a part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 35, Township 16 North, Range I West and beginning at a point on the South Quarter Section line 422.40 feet bearings South 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West (assumed bearing) from the Southeast corner of the Southeast Quarter of said Section; thence continuing West on and along said South line with the same bearing for a distance of 130.00 feet to a point; thence bearing North 00 degrees 09 minutes 30 seconds West for a distance of 512.67 feet to a point; thence bearing North 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East parallel to the South Quarter Section line for a distance of 130.00 feet to a point; thence bearing South 00 degrees 09 minutes 30 seconds East for a distance of 512.67 feet to the point of beginning. Said surveyed tract contains 1.53 acres, more or less. TRACT B: Part of the South half of the Southeast quarter of Section 35, Township 16 North, Range 1 West, bounded as follows: Beginning a 89 rods and 6, 1/2 links East of the Southwest corner of said half quarter section, and running thence North 8 rods; thence East 20 rods; thence South 8 rods to the South line of said half quarter; thence West 20 rods to the place of beginning, containing I acre, more or less. Subject to all highways, rights of way and easements. EXCEPTING: 153 feet off of and across the entire East end of said tract. Containing 0.52 acre, more or less. 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp ________________________________________________________________________ STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS SS: IN THE HENDRICKS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT 1 CAUSE NO. 32D01-2101-EU-000038

STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS SS: IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 5 CAUSE NO. 32D05-2102-MI-0045

IN THE MATTER OF THE UNSUPERVISED ESTATE OF ANTOINETTE J. (COTTONGIM) COBB, DECEASED

IN RE THE NAME CHANGE OF: Jocelyn Ramsey

AMENDED NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 1 OF HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA Notice is hereby given that Edward A. Cottongim and John C. Cottongim were,on the 1st day of February, 2021, appointed Co-Personal Representative of the Estate of Antoinette J. (Cottongim) Cobb, deceased, who died on the 18th day of December, 2020. All persons who have claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the clerk of this court within three (3) months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Danville, Indiana this February 5, 2021. Cause No. 32D01-2101-EU-38 Marjorie Pike CLERK OF THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 1, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA 2-11-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________ 32D01-2102-EU-000034 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS SS: IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESTATE OF PATRICIA A. BURGESS, DECEASED. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA In the matter of the Estate of Patricia A. Burgess, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Michael T. Burgess was on February 2, 2021, appointed Personal Representative of the Estate of Patricia A. Burgess, deceased, who died on the 28th day of February, 2019. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the Clerk of this Court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Danville, Indiana, this February 3, 2021. Marjorie Pike Clerk of the Superior Court of Hendricks County Claire E. Lewis, 115 North Girls School Road, Indianapolis, Indiana 46214, (317) 484-8115 2-11-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________ LEGAL NOTICE OF SALE 2004 DODGE NEON BASE VIN:1B3ES26C74D602956 Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Indiana Code 9-22-5-15, York Towing intends to sell the above described vehicle to the highest bidder at a sale to be held on MARCH 5, 2021 at 8:30 a.m., local time, said sale to be held at the office of York Towing in the amount of $1,820.00 as of the date of the sale. York Towing reserves the right to bid in its lien amount and acquire the vehicle, or allow any other purchaser it determines to be the highest bidder to purchase the vehicle. Gary York York Towing

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NOTICE OF PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME Jocelyn Ramsey, whose mailing address is 7412 Frolic Drive, Brownsburg, IN 46112, in the Hendricks County, Indiana, hereby gives notice that Jocelyn Ramsey has filed a petition in the Hendricks County Court requesting that her name be changed to Jocelyn Nicole Brooks. Notice is further given that the hearing will be held on said Petition on March 29, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. Jocelyn Ramsey Petitioner Date: February 5, 2021 Marjorie Pike Judicial Officer 2-11-21-3T hspaxlp __________________________________ STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS SS: IN THE HENDRICKS COURT CAUSE NO. 32D05-2101-MI-6 IN RE THE NAME CHANGE OF: Fabian Machado-Hernandez NOTICE OF PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME Fabian Machado-Hernandez, whose mailing address is 6798 Buhrstone Lane Avon, IN 46123, in the Hendricks County, Indiana, hereby gives notice that Fabian Machado-Hernandez has filed a petition in the Hendricks Court requesting that his name be changed to Fabian Hernandez. Notice is further given that the hearing will be held on said Petition on March 15, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. Fabian Machado-Hernandez Petitioner Date: January 22, 2021 Marjorie Pike Judicial Officer 1-28-21-3T hspaxlp __________________________________ STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS SS: IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 5 CAUSE NO. 32D05-2101-MI-33 IN RE THE NAME CHANGE OF: Ival Loraine Lux Petitioner NOTICE OF PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME Ival Loraine Lux, whose mailing address is 730 S. Green Street, Brownsburg, IN 46112, in the Hendricks County, Indiana, hereby gives notice that Ival Loraine Lux has filed a petition in the Hendricks Court requesting that her name be changed to Ival Loraine Bear. Notice is further given that the hearing will be held on said Petition on March 29, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. Ival Loraine Lux Petitioner Date: 1/28/2020 Marjorie Pike Clerk Date: February 2, 2021 2-11-21-3T hspaxlp __________________________________

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Page B-4 Notice to Bidders Notice is hereby given that the Town Council for the Town of Brownsburg, Indiana (the “Town”) will receive sealed bids for a Street and Utility Improvements project titled the Town of Brownsburg Northside Drainage Improvements as briefly described below (the “Project”). Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Town Manager at Town Hall located at 61 N. Green Street, Brownsburg, Indiana 46112 until 2:00 p.m. local time on March 16, 2021. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud via Zoom online meeting (https://us02web. zoom.us/j/6123778598Meeting ID 612 377 8598 / Phone +1 312 626 6799.) No late bids will be accepted and all bids received after 2:00 p.m. local time on March 16, 2021, will remain sealed and will be returned to sender unopened. Note: Due to local/State mandated COVID-19 restrictions, no walk-ins are allowed inside the Town Hall – please dial the phone number posted at the Town Hall front doors and a town representative will meet you to receive your Sealed Bid. A pre-bid meeting will be held on Wednesday March 3, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. local time, via “Zoom” online meeting (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6123778598Meeting ID 612 377 8598 / Phone +1 312 626 6799.) All prime contractors and subcontractors and other interested parties are invited to attend. Funding for the Project is provided through two (2) independent sources. The Project is separated into two (2) contracts, “A” and “B”: one (1) contract for each funding source. The project will be bid as one (1) project, with two (2) contracts awarded to one (1) contractor. The contractor shall provide one (1) complete separate bid package for each contract. The contractor with the lowest combined bid amount of Contract “A” and Contract “B” will be awarded the entire project. The Project consists of, but is not necessarily limited to, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and water main reconstruction, the replacement of existing and construction of new sidewalks and curbs, and the reconstruction of the roadways related to these items. All demolition and removal of existing features shall be included in the work. All labor, equipment and materials to perform the work per the plans and specifications shall be included. The scopes of work for each contract will be generally described as follows: Contract A – Portions of N. Jefferson St., Parthenia St., N. Adams St. and N. Grant St.. Storm sewer installation: 1150 L.F.+ of 12” HDPE, 673 L.F.+ of 18” HDPE, 331 L.F.+ of 21” HDPE, 783 L.F.+ of 24” HDPE, 221 L.F.+ of 27” HDPE, along with precast concrete manholes and inlet structures. Sanitary sewer installation: 679 L.F.+ of 8” PVC, 667 L.F.+ of 12” PVC, 553 L.F.+ of 18” PVC, along with precast concrete manhole structures. Water main installation: 2,942 L.F.+ of 8” D.I., 50 L.F.+ of 6” D.I. Concrete curb replacement: 5,637 L.F.+. Concrete sidewalk replacement/installation: 2,082 syds+. Asphalt paved road reconstruction: 7,855 syds., along with driveway approaches and transitions. Special Crossings of the CSX Railroad at Jefferson Street shall be required for water main and storm sewer pipe. Contract B – Portions of N. Jefferson St., Vermont St., Copeland St. and N. Adams St.. Storm sewer installation: 431 L.F.+ of 12” HDPE, 444 L.F.+ of 15” HDPE, 639 L.F.+ of 18” HDPE, 333 L.F.+ of 21” HDPE along with precast concrete manholes and inlet structures. Sanitary sewer installation: 770 L.F.+ of 8” PVC. Water main installation: 4,428 L.F.+ of 8” D.I., 1,210 L.F.+ of 6” D.I.. Concrete curb replacement: 2,825 L.F.+. Concrete sidewalk replacement/installation: 1,355 syds. Asphalt paved road reconstruction: 4,552 syds, along with driveway approaches and transitions. All bids and proposals shall be properly and completely executed on the proposal forms provided with the plans and specifications, which will include the Non-Collusion Affidavits as required by the State of Indiana and Indiana State Board of Accounts Form 96 (revised 2013, one (1) for each contract) including the Owner provided attachments thereto. The bid envelopes must be sealed and have the words “BID — Town of Brownsburg Northside Drainage Improvements – Contract A”, and “BID — Town of Brownsburg Northside Drainage Improvements – Contract B”, on the outside of the envelopes. Bids must be submitted on the forms in the Contract Documents, and must contain the names of every person or company interested therein, and shall be accompanied, by: 1. A bid bond or certified check in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the amount bid must be submitted with each Contract bid. Bid security shall be forfeited if a bid is withdrawn after the time and date set for receiving bids. 2. Upon award of the contracts but prior to the execution of the contracts between the Town and the Contractor, the Contractor shall provide a one hundred percent (100%) performance and payment bonds. Any performance bond or labor and materials bond must remain in force for at least one (1) year beyond issuance of the Certificate of Substantial Completion. It is intended that actual construction of all work divisions shall be started as soon as practicable, and each bidder shall be prepared to enter promptly into the construction contracts, furnish performance and payment bonds, and begin work without delay in the event the awards are made to that bidder. The Payment Bonds are binding on the successful Bidder, the subcontractors of any tier, and their successors and assigns for the payment of all indebtedness to a person for labor and services performed, material furnished, or services rendered. The Payment Bonds must state that they are for the benefit of the subcontractors, laborers, material suppliers, and those performing services for the Project. Any bond submitted must be from a surety company authorized to do business in the State of Indiana. 3. Properly executed for each Contract Indiana Form 96 (revised 2013) prescribed by the Indiana State Board of Accounts, including a financial statement, a statement of experience, a proposed plan or plans for performing the Project and the equipment the Bidder has available for the performance of the Project. 4. Noncollusion affidavits. 5. Certificates of General Liability Insurance and Worker’s Compensation Insurance Coverage in accordance with the Contract Documents. 6. Qualifications, a list of related project experience with pertinent project information and references provided by clients. Contract documents for the Project have been assembled into one bound project manual (the “Contract Documents”), which together with drawings, may be examined at the offices of Curry & Associates, Inc., 110 Commerce Drive, Danville, Indiana 46122, Phone No. (317) 745-6995 Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. The digital plan documents may be downloaded for $50.00 by inputting Quest project number, 7539749, on the website’s Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance. Paper copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from Document Corp. located at 2435 Xenium Lane North, Plymouth, MN 55441 (763.475.9600 or visit www.docunetworks. com.) for a fee of $350.00 for each set. All payments and costs of documents are non-refundable. All payments and costs of Contract Documents are non-refundable. Bidders shall assure that they have obtained complete set of specifications and Contract Documents and shall assume the risk of any errors or omissions in bids prepared in reliance on incomplete sets of specifications and Contract Documents. This Project will be funded by the Town of Brownsburg, Indiana. Any question concerning the proposed Project and/or the Project Manual should be directed to Curry & Associates, Inc. No bidder may withdraw any bid or proposal within a period of sixty (60) days following the date set for receiving bids or proposals. The Town reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to reject bids that do not meet the qualifications outlined in this Notice or in the bidding documents and to waive any formalities or irregularities in the bidding process or in any bid. The Town further reserves the right to reject all bids, should the Town determine, in the opinion of the Town Council based on the bids received, that the contemplated cost of construction is not economically feasible. The Town reserves the right to hold any or all bids or proposals for a period of not more than sixty (60) days and said bids or proposal shall remain in full force and effect during said period. The Town reserves the right to reject and/or cancel any and all bids, solicitations and/or offers in whole or in part as specified in the solicitations. Dated this 18th day of February, 2021.

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Avon, IN WCCD Industrial Park Lift Station Project ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed Bids for the construction of the WCCD Industrial Park Lift Station Project will be received, by the Engineer, at the West Central Conservancy District (243 S. County Road 625 East, Avon, IN 46123) until 8:00am local time on Thursday, February 25th. The Bids received will be opened and read at 9:00am at a special meeting. Bids will be reviewed by the Engineer and the successful low bid Contractor will be awarded at a later date. Project consists of the installation force main, gravity sewer, and a lift station with controls in Avon, IN. Approximate quantities of various major pay items are: Division I: 6,850 Feet of 12-inch PVC Sanitary Sewer and 258 Feet of 18-inch PVC Casing Pipe installed via Open Cut, and twenty-two (22) 48-inch Precast Sanitary Manholes. Division II: 2,737 Feet of 10-inch HDPE Force Main and 412 Feet of 15-inch HDPE Casing Pipe installed via Directional Drill, and one (1) 715 GPM Duplex Sanitary Lift Station with Controls Bids will be received for two divisions and each division may be awarded separately. Bidders may bid on one or both of the divisions. Bids shall be on a lump sum basis. The Issuing Office for the Bidding Documents is: RQAW, 8770 North Street, Fishers, IN 46038. Contact Aaron Crow 317-588-1772 or acrow@rqaw.com. Prospective Bidders may examine the Bidding Documents at the Issuing Office on Mondays through Fridays between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm and may obtain copies of the Bidding Documents from the Issuing Office as described below. Bidding Documents may be obtained from the Issuing Office during the hours indicated above. Bidding Documents are available electronically by email for free (as portable document format (PDF) files). Alternatively, printed Bidding Documents may be obtained from the Issuing Office either via in-person pick-up or via mail, upon Issuing Office’s receipt of payment for the Bidding Documents. The date that the Bidding Documents are transmitted by the Issuing Office will be considered the prospective Bidder’s date of receipt of the Bidding Documents. Partial sets of Bidding Documents will not be available from the Issuing Office. Neither Owner nor Engineer will be responsible for full or partial sets of Bidding Documents, including Addenda if any, obtained from sources other than the Issuing Office. Bid security shall be furnished in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. Owner: West Central Conservancy District By: Sam Paledino Title: Engineering Date: February 11, 2021 February 18, 2021

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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS REGARDING DETERMINATION TO ENTER INTO LEASE BETWEEN THE WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP OF HENDRICKS COUNTY BUILDING CORPORATION AND WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP OF HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA Owners of real property in Washington Township of Hendricks County, Indiana (the “Township”), are hereby notified that the Township Board (the “Board”), at its meeting held on March 9, 2021, determined that a need exists for the acquisition, design, constructing and equipping of a new park and recreation facility in the Township which will include: (i) an Aquatics Facility (including activity pool, slide tower, wave pool, etc.), (ii) an Administrative, Concessions and Bathhouse Facility, and (iii) any associated infrastructure, utilities, parking and projects and improvements related thereto, to be located on approximately 29 acres currently owned by the Township and located off of County Road 625 E between County Road 100 S and US 36 in the Township (collectively the “Project”). The Board further determined at such meeting, to the extent permitted by law, to take all necessary steps to finance all or any portion of the cost of the Project by entering into a lease between the Washington Township of Hendricks County Building Corporation (the “Corporation”), as lessor, and the Township, as lessee (the “Lease”).The Corporation will finance the costs of the Project, together with the financing costs associated therewith, through the issuance of one or more series of bonds by the Corporation, secured by and payable from the lease payments under the Lease (the “Bonds”). The Township shall pay such lease rentals solely from the revenues of an ad valorem tax levied by the Township on all taxable property in the Township pursuant to Ind. Code 36-1-10-17. The Township may pay such lease rentals from other revenues legally available to the Township. The Lease will have a term no longer than seventeen (17) years, commencing on the date of issuance of the Bonds. Dated this 10th day of March, 2021

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP OF HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA

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NOTICE OF UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM D. POOL, JR., DECEASED Notice is hereby given that on February 2, 2021 Michael E. Pool was appointed as Personal Representative/Executor of the Estate of William D. Pool, Jr., deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said Court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or within nine (9) months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Danville, Indiana, this February 3, 2021. Marjorie Pike Clerk, Hendricks Superior Court Kent Emswiller (6709-49) kemswiller@ewnc-law.com Emswiller, Williams, Noland & Clarke, LLC 8500 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 500 Indianapolis, IN 46240 2-11-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________

IN THE MATTER OF: ML - DOB 7/19/2009 A CHILD ALLEGED TO BE A CHILD IN NEED OF SERVICES

Dated this 11th day of February, 2021. TOWN OF BROWNSBURG, INDIANA REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2-11-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________ STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OF HENDRICKS ) IN HENDRICKS SUPERIOR 1 CASE NO. 32D01-2101-EU-000030 IN RE THE ESTATE OF JOHN C. HANES, deceased, Christine L. Hanes, Personal Representative

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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS REGARDING PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION TO ISSUE TAXABLE LEASE RENTAL REFUNDING BONDS OF 2021 OF THE TOWN OF BROWNSBURG, INDIANA The taxpayers of the Town of Brownsburg, Indiana (the “Town”) are hereby given notice that the Brownsburg Redevelopment Authority (the “Authority”) of the Town preliminarily determined, at the Special Joint meeting held February 2, 2021 between the Brownsburg Redevelopment Commission (the “Commission”) and the Authority, to issue Taxable Lease Rental Refunding Bonds of 2021 (the “2021 Bonds”) in the amount not to exceed $8,500,000 for the purpose of refunding the Authority’s Economic Development Lease Rental Bonds of 2015, Series A (Ronald Reagan Corridor) dated June 30, 2015. The proceeds of the 2021 Bonds will also be used to fund a debt service reserve or paying the premium for a debt service reserve surety policy, if necessary, and pay incidental expenses in connection with the 2021 Bonds, including expenses incurred in connection with or on account of the issuance of the 2021 Bonds. The proposed 2021 Bonds will have a final maturity no later than August 1, 2039. The 2021 Bonds will bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding 6.00% per annum. The 2021 Bonds will be payable from fixed, semi-annual lease rental payments pursuant to the Lease Agreement dated June 1, 2015, as amended by an Amendment to Lease between the Authority and the Commission, to be paid by the Commission from tax increment revenues (“Tax Increment”) calculated in the Amended North Beltway Allocation Area, and to the extent that the Tax Increment is insufficient, from an ad valorem property tax (a special benefits tax) levied on all taxable property within the Brownsburg Redevelopment District.

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION I, Marjorie Pike, Clerk of Hendricks County, in the State of Indiana, do hereby give notice that on February 3, 2021, Christine L. Hanes was appointed Personal Representative of the Estate of JOHN C. HANES, late of Hendricks County. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in Superior Court 1 of Hendricks County, Indiana, under case number 32D01-2101-EU-000030, within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine (9) months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or said claims will be forever barred.

Thursday, February 18, 2021 TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of Superior Court of Hendricks County, Indiana, in Cause No. 32D02-1912-MF-000236 wherein Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. was Plaintiff, and Don T. Laughlin, Deceased; Unknown Heirs and/or Devisees of Don T. Laughlin, Deceased; Estate of Don T. Laughlin, Deceased; were Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 18th day of March, 2021, at the hour of 10:00 am or as soon thereafter as is possible, at www.zeusauction.com, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Hendricks County, Indiana. Lot Numbered Twenty-one (21) in Gray’s Manor, an addition to the Town of Brownsburg, Hendricks County, Indiana, as per plat thereof recorded March 23, 1949 in Plat Book 4, page 33 in the Office of the Recorder of Hendricks County, Indiana. More commonly known as: 20 Lincoln Drive, Brownsburg, IN 46112-1315 State Parcel No.: 32-07-11-365-005.000-016 Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Plaintiff Attorney Brett A. Clark ATTORNEY NO. 1034392 Sheriff of Hendricks County Codilis Law, LLC 8050 Cleveland Place Merrillville, IN 46410 (219) 736-5579 Lincoln Township 20 Lincoln Drive, Brownsburg, IN 46112-1315 Street Address SHERIFF FILE NO: The Sheriff’s Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. SERVICE DIRECTED TO: Type of Service Unknown Heirs and/or Devisees of Don T. Laughlin, Deceased, Sheriff 20 Lincoln Drive , Brownsburg, IN 46112 NOTICE This firm is deemed to be a debt collector.

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________________________________________________________________________ TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of Superior Court of Hendricks County, Indiana, in Cause No. 32D02-1912-MF-000238 wherein Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. was Plaintiff, and Breanna J. Patterson-Wuest; Brian J. Wuest; Capital One, NA, Successor by Merger to Capital One Auto Finance, Inc.; were Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 18th day of March, 2021, at the hour of 10:00 am or as soon thereafter as is possible, at www.zeusauction.com, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Hendricks County, Indiana. Lot Numbered Fifty-five (55) in Harold R. Gibbs First Addition to the Town of Plainfield, Hendricks County, Indiana, as per plat thereof recorded June 23, 1950 in Plat Book 4, Page 41, in the Office of the Recorder of Hendricks County, Indiana. More commonly known as: 705 Raymond Street, Plainfield, IN 46168-1543 State Parcel No.: 32-10-35-148-004.000-012 Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Plaintiff Attorney Brett A. Clark ATTORNEY NO. 1034416 Sheriff of Hendricks County Codilis Law, LLC 8050 Cleveland Place Merrillville, IN 46410 (219) 736-5579 Guilford Township 705 Raymond Street, Plainfield, IN 46168-1543 Street Address SHERIFF FILE NO: The Sheriff’s Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein.

Witness my hand and seal on this day: February 3, 2021 SERVICE DIRECTED TO: Type of Service Brian J. Wuest, 530 Dunn Street , Plainfield, IN 46168 Sheriff Marjorie Pike Brian J. Wuest, 705 Raymond Street , Plainfield, IN 46168-1543 Sheriff Clerk of Hendricks County, Indiana Brian J. Wuest, 7801 Lincoln Trail , Plainfield, IN 46168-9338 Sheriff 2-11-21-2T hspaxlp Breanna J. Patterson-Wuest, 705 Raymond Street , Plainfield, IN 46168-1543 Sheriff __________________________________ Breanna J. Patterson-Wuest, 7801 Lincoln Trail , Plainfield, IN 46168-9338 Sheriff IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 3 NOTICE CAUSE NUMBER: 32D03-2102-JC-10 This firm is deemed to be a debt collector. 2-11-21-3T hspaxlp ________________________________________________________________________

AND STEPHANIE BILLS (BIOLOGICAL MOTHER) MICHAEL LITTRELL (BIOLOGICAL FATHER) SUMMONS FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION & NOTICE OF CHILD IN NEED OF SERVICES HEARING TO: Michael Littrell Whereabouts unknown NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the above noted parent whose whereabouts are unknown, that the Indiana Department of Child Services has filed its Verified Petition Alleging the child to be in Need of Services, in accordance with I.C. 31-34-9-3, and that an adjudication hearing has been scheduled with the Court. YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear before the Judge of the Hendricks Superior Court 3, One Courthouse Square, Danville, IN 46122 - 317-745-9393 for a(n) Fact Finding Hearing on 3/24/2021 at 10:00 AM. At said hearing, the Court will consider the Petition and evidence thereon and will render its decision as to whether the above named minor child is child in need of services and shall enter adjudication accordingly. Your failure to appear after lawful notice will be deemed as your default and waiver to be present at said hearing. UPON ENTRY OF SAID ADJUDICATION, A DISPOSITIONAL HEARING will be held in which the Court will consider (1) Alternatives for the care, treatment, or rehabilitation for the child; (2) The necessity, nature, and extent of your participation in the program of care, treatment, or rehabilitation for the child; and (3) Your financial responsibility for any services provided for the parent, guardian or custodian of the child including child support. YOU MUST RESPOND by appearing in person or by an attorney within thirty (30) days after the last publication of this notice, and in the event you fail to do so, an adjudication on said petition, judgment by default may be entered against you, or the court may proceed in your absence, without further notice. Marjorie Pike Clerk Bradley Riley, 34379-49 Attorney, Indiana Department of Child Services 6781 E US 36 Suite 200 Avon, IN 46123 FAX: 317-232-1529

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Document: 6710456 STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OF HENDRICKS )

IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 3 CAUSE NUMBER: 32D03-2101-JC-000009 32D03-2101-JC-000008

IN THE MATTER OF: MMJ - DOB 7/18/2013 GG- DOB 7/11/2014 CHILDREN ALLEGED TO BE CHILDREN IN NEED OF SERVICES AND ISABEL MARVELLA GONZALEZ-ROQUE (MOTHER) EMANUEL JUAREZ-GARCIA (FATHER) AND ANY UNKNOWN ALLEGED FATHERS TO: Emanuel Juarez-Garcia and Any Unknown Alleged Father Whereabouts unknown SUMMONS FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION & NOTICE OF CHILDREN IN NEED OF SERVICES HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the above noted parent whose whereabouts are unknown, as well as Any Unknown Alleged Fathers, whose whereabouts are also unknown, that the Indiana Department of Child Services has filed its Verified Petition Alleging the children to be in Need of Services, in accordance with I.C. 31-34-9-3, and that an adjudication hearing has been scheduled with the Court. YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear before the Judge of the Hendricks Superior Court 3, One Courthouse Square, Danville, IN 46122 - 317-745-9393 for a(n) hearing on 24th day of March, 2021at 10:30am. At said hearing, the Court will consider the Petition and evidence thereon and will render its decision as to whether the above named minor children are children in need of services and shall enter adjudication accordingly. Your failure to appear after lawful notice will be deemed as your default and waiver to be present at said hearing. UPON ENTRY OF SAID ADJUDICATION, A DISPOSITIONAL HEARING will be held in which the Court will consider (1) Alternatives for the care, treatment, or rehabilitation for the children; (2) The necessity, nature, and extent of your participation in the program of care, treatment, or rehabilitation for the children; and (3) Your financial responsibility for any services provided for the parent, guardian or custodian of the children including child support. YOU MUST RESPOND by appearing in person or by an attorney within thirty (30) days after the last publication of this notice, and in the event you fail to do so, an adjudication on said petition, judgment by default may be entered against you, or the court may proceed in your absence, without further notice. Marjorie Pike Clerk Robert W. Haywood, 35764-49 Attorney, Indiana Department of Child Services 6781 E US Hwy 36 Suite 200 Avon, IN 46123

February 5, 2021

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SERVING HENDRICKS COUNTY SINCE 1847

Thursday, February 18, 2021 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2021-03, AN ORDINANCE REESTABLISHING THE RATE FOR THE CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR THE TOWN OF BROWNSBURG, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA To the taxpayers of the Town of Brownsburg. You are hereby notified that on Thursday, February 11, 2021, the Town of Brownsburg, Hendricks County, Indiana, pursuant to notice heretofore given, and under the virtue of IC 36-9-15.5, duly adopted a plan whereby a Cumulative Capital Development Fund was re-established for such purposes and uses as authorized under IC 36-9-16-2 and IC 36-9-16-3 that are strictly related to expenditures on the following items:

a. b. c. d. e.

Fleet Vehicles for the Town; Fleet Vehicles for the Town’s Police Department; IT Purposes for the Town; IT Purposes for the Town’s Police Department; and General Repairs to Town Buildings.

T he fund will be provided for by a property tax rate of Five Cents ($0.05) on each One-Hundred Dollars ($100.00) of taxable real and personal property within the taxing unit beginning in 2021 payable in 2022 and thereafter, continuing until reduced or rescinded. Fifty (50) or more taxpayers in the taxing unit who will be affected by the tax rate and corresponding levy may file a petition with the Hendricks County Auditor not later than noon thirty (30) days after the publication of this Notice setting forth their objections to the proposed cumulative fund. Upon the filing of the petition, the County Auditor shall immediately certify the same to the Department of Local Government Finance, at which point the Department will fix a date for and conduct a public hearing on the proposed cumulative fund before issuing its approval, disapproval, or modification thereof. Dated this 18th day of February 2021. BROWNSBURG TOWN COUNCIL 2-18-21-1T hspaxlp ________________________________________________________________________

TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES: NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me, directed from the Clerk of the Superior Court of Hendricks County, Indiana, in Cause No. 32D02-2009-MF-000059, wherein NewRez LLC d/b/a Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing was Plaintiff, and Brian Strother (deceased), et al., were the Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree, with interest and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on the 18th day of March, 2021, at the hour of 10:00 AM, at www.zeusauction.com, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Hendricks County, Indiana. The North (N1/2) of Lots Numbered Four (4), Five (5) and Six (6) Block 7, in the original town of Belleville, Hendricks County Indiana, as per plat thereof recorded December 18, 1829, in Plat Book 1 page 57 and Deed Record 1, page 399; together with the West Half (W 1/2) of the alley adjacent to and along the East side of lots, as vacated by Ordinance Vacating Alley, recorded December 16, 2004, in Deed Record 552, page 2097 as Instrument Number 200400038258, in the office of the Recorder of Hendricks County Indiana Parcel No. 32-14-02-440-001.000-013 Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Phillip A. Norman #13734-64 PHILLIP A. NORMAN P.C. Brett A. Clark Sheriff of Hendricks County, Indiana Libertly Township ____________ Date 5681 Lafayette Street, Clayton IN 46118 Street Address The Sheriff’s Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. PLEASE SERVE: Unknown Heirs and Devisees of Brian Strother 5681 Lafayette St., Clayton, IN 46118 Type of Service: Publication

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NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of Hendricks Superior Court 2 of Hendricks County, Indiana, in Cause No. 32D02-1912-MF-000224 wherein U.S. Bank Trust National Association, not in its individual capacity but solely as owner trustee for GS Mortgage-Backed Securities Trust 2018-RPL1 was Plaintiff, and Branches Homeowners Association, Inc. and Priscilla J. Winston were Defendants, required me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 18th day of March, 2021, at the hour of 10 a.m, or as soon thereafter as is possible, at Government Center, Room 4 & 5, 355 South Washington St., Danville, IN 46122, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Hendricks County, Indiana. LOT NUMBER 289 IN BRANCHES, SECTION 3, A SUBDIVISION IN HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA, AS PER PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED AUGUST 17, 2005, AS INSTRUMENT NO. 200500024945 IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDED OF HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA. More commonly known as 10469 Ballard Dr, Brownsburg, IN 46112-7307 Parcel No. 32-08-05-113-013.000-001 Together with rents, issues, income and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. BRYAN K. REDMOND, Plaintiff Attorney Attorney # 22108-29 FEIWELL & HANNOY, P.C. 8415 Allison Pointe Blvd., Suite 400 Indianapolis, IN 46250 (317) 237-2727

Brett A. Clark, Sheriff Brown Township

The Sheriff’s Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. NOTICE FEIWELL & HANNOY, P.C. IS A DEBT COLLECTOR. 2-11-21-3T hspaxlp ________________________________________________________________________

MDK # 19-042713 TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me, directed from the Clerk of Hendricks Superior Court #2 of Hendricks County, Indiana, in Cause No. 32D02-1912-MF-000239, wherein Nationstar Mortgage LLC d/b/a Mr. Cooper was Plaintiff, and The Unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, beneficiaries of Terry G. Wynkoop, their unknown creditors; and, the unknown executor, administrator, or personal representative of the Estate of Terry G. Wynkoop, Unknown Occupants, Beth Cummins, as Possible Heir to Terry G. Wynkoop and Amie Hanson, as Possible Heir to Terry G. Wynkoop were Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree, with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on the 18th day of March, 2021, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as is possible, at Hendricks County Government Center, 355 S Washington St, Room 4 & 5, Danville, IN 46122 the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Hendricks County, Indiana. Part of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 18, Township 17 North, Range 1 West, located in Hendricks County, Indiana, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the East line of said Northeast Quarter, a distance of 317.35 feet North of the Southeast corner thereof; thence North 00 degrees 00 minutes East along the said East line, a distance of 150.00 feet; thence North 90 degrees 00 seconds West, a distance of 290.40 feet thence South 00 degrees 00 minutes West, and parallel with the said East line a distance of 150.00 feet; thence North 90 degrees 00 minutes East, a distance of 290.40 feet to the Point of Beginning. Containing 1.00 acre, more or less. Subject to all legal highways, easements and right-of-ways of record. Commonly known address: 10572 County Road 200 West North, Jamestown, IN 46147 Together with rents, issues, income and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. J. Dustin Smith Manley Deas Kochalski LLC P.O. Box 165028 Columbus OH 43216-5028 Telephone: 614-222-4921 Attorney for Plaintiff Brett A. Clark, Sheriff of Hendricks County Township: Union Parcel No./ Tax Id #: 32-03-18-200-003.000-020 The Sheriff’s Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. 2-11-21-3T hspaxlp ________________________________________________________________________

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Document: 6711446 STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OF HENDRICKS )

IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 3 CAUSE NUMBER: 32D03-2101-JC-000009 32D03-2101-JC-000008

IN THE MATTER OF: MMJ - DOB 7/18/2013 GG- DOB 7/11/2014 CHILDREN ALLEGED TO BE CHILDREN IN NEED OF SERVICES

Sierra Nichole Vibbert Petitioner NOTICE OF PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME

TO: Emanuel Juarez-Garcia and Any Unknown Alleged Father Whereabouts unknown SUMMONS FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION & NOTICE OF CHILDREN IN NEED OF SERVICES HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the above noted parent whose whereabouts are unknown, as well as Any Unknown Alleged Fathers, whose whereabouts are also unknown, that the Indiana Department of Child Services has filed its Verified Petition Alleging the children to be in Need of Services, in accordance with LC. 31-34-9-3, and that an adjudication hearing has been scheduled with the Court. YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear before the Judge of the Hendricks Superior Court 3, One Courthouse Square, Danville, IN 46122 - 317-745-9393 for a(n) hearing on 24th day of March 2021, at 10:30am. At said hearing, the Court will consider the Petition and evidence thereon and will render its decision as to whether the above named minor children are children in need of services and shall enter adjudication accordingly. Your failure to appear after lawful notice will be deemed as your default and waiver to be present at said hearing. UPON ENTRY OF SAID ADJUDICATION, A DISPOSITIONAL HEARING will be held in which the Court will consider (1) Alternatives for the care, treatment, or rehabilitation for the children; (2) The necessity, nature, and extent of your participation in the program of care, treatment, or rehabilitation for the children; and (3) Your financial responsibility for any services provided for the parent, guardian or custodian of the children including child support. YOU MUST RESPOND by appearing in person or by an attorney within thirty (30) days after the last publication of this notice, and in the event you fail to do so, an adjudication on said petition, judgment by default may be entered against you, or the court may proceed in your absence, without further notice.

Robert W. Haywood, 35764-49 Attorney, Indiana Department of Child Services 6781 E US Hwy 36 Suite 200 Avon, IN 46123

STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS SS: IN THE HENDRICKS SUPERIOR COURT 5 CAUSE NO. 32-D05-2101-MI-20 IN RE: THE NAME CHANGE OF MINOR: Ava Nichole Eyre Name of Minor

AND ISABEL MARVELLA GONZALEZ-ROQUE (MOTHER) EMANUEL JUAREZ-GARCIA (FATHER) AND ANY UNKNOWN ALLEGED FATHERS

Marjorie Pike Clerk

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February 5, 2021

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Notice is hereby given that Petitioner, Sierra Nichole Vibbert as a self-represented litigant, filed a Verified Petition for Change of Name on to change the name of Ava Nichole Eyre to Ava Nichole Vibbert. The Petition is scheduled for hearing in the Hendricks Superior 5 Court on March 29, 2021 at 8:30 am which is more than thirty (30) days after the third notice of publication. Any person has the right to appear at the hearing and to file written objections on or before the hearing date. Marjorie Pike Clerk of the Hendricks County Courts Date: February 1, 2021

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ATTORNEY: Melissa J. De Groff KROGER, GARDIS & REGAS, LLP 111 Monument Circle, Suite 900 Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 (317) 692-9000 Notice of Administration In the Hendricks County Superior Court, Probate Division In the Matter of the Estate of Jon Bruce Bopp, deceased. Cause Number 32D01-2001-EU-20 Notice is hereby given than JANIS B. PATRICK was on January 28, 2021, appointed Special Administrator of the Estate of JON BRUCE BOPP, deceased, who died on December 4, 2020. All persons who have claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the Clerk of this Court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or within nine (9) months after the Decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Lebanon, Indiana, this February 1, 2021. Marjorie Pike Clerk, Hendricks County Superior Court, Probate Division 2-18-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________

32D01-2102-EU-000041 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF HENDRICKS SS: IN THE MATTER OF THE UNSUPERVISED ESTATE OF GARY KENT SMITH, DECEASED Attorney:

Kathryn Kuehn. #21506-49 Kuehn Law, LLC 45 West Clinton Street Danville, Indiana 46122

PUBLICATION NOTICE OF ESTATE OPENING Notice is hereby given that on February 10, 2021 Mark Allen Smith was appointed Personal Representative of the estate of Gary Kent Smith, who died on the 22nd day of December, 2020. All persons who have claims against the estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the office of the clerk of this court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this Notice, or within nine (9) months of the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Danville, Indiana, this February 10, 2021. MARJORIE PIKE, Clerk 2-18-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF HEARING ON PROPOSED CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND Notice is herby given the taxpayers of Danville, Hendricks County, Indiana, that the Danville Town Council will consider at 49 North Wayne Street Danville, Indiana at 7:00pm on March 17th , 2021 to increase the Cumulative Capital Development Fund Under the provisions of Indiana Code 369-15.5. Said Uses are set forth in IC 36-915.5-2. Jennifer Pearcy Fiscal Officer 2-18-21-2T hspaxlp __________________________________

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