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About this book Rich in history and a strong sense of community, there’s a lot to discover in Hancock County. And whatever you’re looking for, this book was created to point you in the right direction. The Daily Reporter’s Discover 2012-13 will guide you through government offices, human service agencies and youth organizations. Hungry for new dining options? Have an interest in getting involved in a service club? Flip through the pages of Discover to see what you might have been missing. Satisfy your curiosity with 10 pages of tourism information provided by the Hancock County Visitors Bureau. Whether you’re an avid antique shopper or golfer, history buff or arts enthusiast, there’s plenty to do and see close to home. Take a look at the sections listed on this page to get started in exploring what Hancock County has to offer.

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Arts organizations ........................... 17 Recycling programs ........................ 18 Animal groups ................................ 19 Youth sports ................................... 21 By the numbers ............................. 8-9 Youth services ................................ 22 Adult education............................... 62 Community services .................. 22-23 Farmers markets ............................ 20 4-H clubs ............................... 100-102

A helpful guide to federal, state and local government agencies, including contact information .................... 10-16

Schools & education Information on area schools, including contact information and data ..... 56-61

Dining guide A listing of restaurants, from fast food to fine dining .............................. 65-71

Tourism Visitors information ......................... 29 Antiques.......................................... 30 Parks .............................................. 31 Lodging ........................................... 32 Ricks Centre ................................... 34 Historic Greenfield .......................... 35 Museums ........................................ 37 Golf courses ................................... 38

Getting around County overview ........................ 40-41 Greenfield .................................. 42-45 New Palestine ................................ 46 McCordsville ................................... 47 Fortville ........................................... 48 Charlottesville/Maxwell ......................49 Cumberland .......................................50 Shirley/Wilkinson ............................ 51 County ZIP codes ........................... 52 Downtown parking .......................... 53

Faith & churches A geographical listing of churches and ministries ................................... 73-85

Special events From the Indianapolis Air Show to the county fair, a description of key events and festivals .............................. 86-92

Clubs & organizations Service clubs and other community organizations ........................... 93-102

Business & commerce Top businesses, chambers of commerce and more ............. 104-113

Human services Information about Hancock County’s safety net ............................... 116-121



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Description of cover photos: 1: Young fans of New Palestine High School’s baseball team. 2: Dress rehearsal at Greenfield-Central High School. 3: Graduation night at Mt. Vernon High School. 4: “Taps” on Memorial Day. 5: Shirley residents support a young accident victim. 6: Kids commemorate the Indianapolis 500. 7: Togetherness at the county fair. 8: Celebrating the Super Bowl. 9: Getting ready for band season at Eastern Hancock High School.




At its heart, Hancock County’s strength is its people. Young and old, they help fill out a daily narrative that defines who we are and what we do. In that spirit, the cover of Discover 2012 salutes some of the people who define Hancock County.


Cover design by Kyle Lewis Photography by Tom Russo of the Daily Reporter staff

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Population of Hancock County as of 2011. The county’s population grew by 527 in the previous year, according to census estimates.


Projected population of Hancock County in 2020.


Rank among Indiana's 92 counties in population growth from 2000 to 2010.


Number of people per square mile in Hancock County. By comparison, the population density of Manhattan is roughtly 69,000 people per square mile, according the U.S Census Bureau. That’s a factor of more than 300 times.


Population of Greenfield, Hancock County’s biggest

municipality, according to a 2011 estimate based on the 2010 census. That compares to 14,602 in 2000.


Population of McCordsville, according the census. The town in Vernon Township is the county’s fastest-growing community. Its population was 1,134 in 2000.


Hancock County’s median age, as estimated based on census figures from 2010. The state’s median age is 37.1. The 45-64 age group here represented the largest proportion – 29 percent – of the county’s population.


Number of Hispanic residents in Hancock County in 2011.


Number of AfricanAmericans in Hancock

County in 2011.


Number of households in Hancock County, according to 2011 census estimates. Married households without children (9,362) outnumbered those with children (6,680).


Number of single-parent households in Hancock County, according to the same figures.


Percentage of households in Hancock County in which a language other than English is spoken.


Average household size in Hancock County.


Median home value in Hancock County. The median sales price of homes pur-

chased in June 2012 was $129,000, a drop of 8 percent over the same period in 2011, according to the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors


Average size, in square feet, of a home in Hancock County.


Median household income in 2011.


Unemployment rate, expressed as a percentage, for Hancock County in June 2012. The statewide rate was 8.3 percent.


Size, in acres, of the average farm in Hancock County, compared with 84 acres in 1900, according to the 2007 Census of Agriculture, the latest compilation of data available.


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Number of farms in Hancock County, according to the same data.


Number of hogs kept on farms in Hancock County, according to the same data.


Number of beef cattle kept on farms in Hancock County, according to the same data.


Percentage of Hancock County residents who commute to jobs outside Hancock County according to an analysis of 2010 tax returns. That amounts to 18,470 people. More than 15,000 of them commute to jobs in Marion County.


Mean travel time, in minutes, of the average commute for a Hancock County

resident, according to the same data.

a bachelor's degree or higher, according to the survey.


Percentage of people who drive alone to work.


Percentage of people who use car pools.


Total number of Hancock County students on the state’s free and reducedprice lunch program in 2011. That is one in every four children in public school.


Number of single-family housing starts in 2011 in Hancock County.


Total school enrollment in Hancock County in 2010-11.


Percentage of adults in Hancock County with a high school diploma or higher, according to the census bureau's 2010 American Community Survey.



Total number of food stamp recipients in 2011 in Hancock County. That figure was up by more than 8 percent from the previous year.


Size of Hancock County, in square miles. New York City’s seven boroughs occupy 308.9 square miles.


Number of feet above sea level for Hancock County’s highest point, which is near Ind. 234 and CR 1200E.


Number of feet above sea level for Hancock County’s lowest point, which is near CRs 500W and 600S.


Degrees and minutes of north latitude for Greenfield, putting it at virtually the same latitude as Beijing (39 degrees, 56 minutes).


Distance, in feet, from the top of the Hancock County Courthouse to the ground. Sources: Staff research; Daily Reporter archives; STATS Indiana and the Indiana Business Research Center; Purdue University Agricultural Service; Indiana Department of Education; U.S. Census Bureau; local government agencies.

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GOVERNMENT Many officeholders are subject to change in January 2013 according to results of the November 2012 elections. Offices marked * will be voted on in November.


1180 Market Tower, 10 W. Market St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 226-5555 Email by visiting Lugar was defeated in the Republican primary in May.

*PRESIDENT BARACK H. OBAMA 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500 Phone: (202) 456-1414 Fax: (202) 456-2461 Email: president@ *VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN Old Executive Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20500 Phone: (202) 456-1414 Email: *U.S. SENATOR RICHARD LUGAR Washington 306 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 205101401 Phone: (202) 224-4814 Local

U.S. SENATOR DAN COATS Washington 493 Russell Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510-1404 Phone: (202) 224-5623 Local 1650 Market Tower, 10 W. Market St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 Phone: (317) 554-0750 Email by visiting

Crossing, Suite 1050, Indianapolis, IN 46240 Phone: (317) 848-0201 or 1 (800) 382-6020 Email link through Burton is retiring at the end of the year, and due to redistricting, Hancock County will be in the Sixth District.

State of Indiana *GOVERNOR MITCH DANIELS Office of the Governor Statehouse Indianapolis, IN 46204-2797 Phone: (317) 232-4567 Email by visiting Daniels and Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman will leave office at the end of the year.

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53RD DISTRICT, ROBERT CHERRY Indianapolis Phone: (800) 382-9841 Local

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3118 E. CR 100S Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-0619 Email: *Redistricting will change legislative districts.

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GOVERNMENT OFFICES Hancock County (continued) THOMAS RONEY, (317) 326-2278 District 3 JIM SHELBY (317) 462-6415 District 4 WILLIAM BOLANDER, (317) 861-3610 At Large *BRIAN KIRKWOOD (317) 450-9900 *ROSALIE RICHARDSON (317) 462-6245 *JOE SKVARENINA (317) 923-8111 JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT RICHARD CULVER 9 E. Main St., Room 302 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 477-1107 Fax: (317) 477-1711 JUDGE, SUPERIOR COURT I, TERRY SNOW 9 E. Main St., Room 303, Greenfield IN 46140 (317) 477-1148 Fax: (317) 477-1174

Email: superior1 JUDGE, SUPERIOR COURT II, DAN MARSHALL 9 E. Main St., Room 217, Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 477-1115 fax: 477-1104 Email: superior2 PROSECUTING ATTORNEY MICHAEL GRIFFIN 27 American Legion Place Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-1139 Email: pa@hancockcoingov. org Child support division: (317) 477-1713 RECORDER DEBRA CARNES 111 S. American Legion Place, Suite 202 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 477-1142 Email: dcarnes@hancock SHERIFF MIKE SHEPHERD 123 E. Main St. Greenfield, IN 46140

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Hancock County and east side of Marion County on U.S. 40. 2010 census: 5,169. Government -Clerk-Treasurer Grace Heck, 11501 E. Washington St. Cumberland, IN 46229 (317) 894-3580 -Town Manager D. Jeffrey Sheridan, (317) 894-6213 -Chief of Police Michael Crooke, (317) 894-3525 -Planning and Development Administrator Christine Owen, (317) 894-6202 -Administrator of Public Works Art Gale, 894-6210 -Town Council meets at 7 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in the Cumberland Town Hall. Members: Joe Siefker, Nicole Bell, Brian Gritter, Don Engerer and Anna Pea. Education Warren Township Schools, Southern Hancock Schools, Mt. Vernon Community Schools Utilities Sewer: Municipal Water: Citizens Water

Charlottesville Located along the eastern edge of Hancock County on U.S. 40. Government Under jurisdiction of Hancock County Commissioners. Zoning by Hancock County Area Planning Commission. Education Eastern Hancock Community School Corp. Utilities Electricity: Duke Energy Telephone: SBC Cable: Cablevision Knightstown Services Hancock County Sheriff’s Department Jackson Township Fire Department

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Fortville Located between Anderson and Indianapolis on U.S. 36 (Ind. 67), Ind. 238 and Ind. 13. I-69 is four miles north of the corporate limits. I-70 is 12 miles south and I-465 is 12 miles southwest. The town is situated on a major CSX Transportation line. 2010 census: 3,929 Government -Clerk-Treasurer Marcie Stafford Fortville Municipal Building 714 E. Broadway St. Fortville, IN 46040 (317) 485-4044 -Town Manager Joe Renner, (317) 485-7483 -Chief of Police Mark Lyons, (317) 485-7483 -Fire Chief Jeff Marshall,


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CITIES AND TOWNS Greenfield The seat of Hancock County, 15 miles east of Indianapolis. I-70 intersects the northern edge of the city; U.S. 40 and Ind. 9 intersect at the center of town. I-74 is 15 miles south of city. 2010 census: 20,602 Government -Mayor Dick Pasco, (317) 477-4300 -Clerk-Treasurer Larry Breese, 10 S. State St., Greenfield IN 46140 (317) 477-4310 -City Attorney Tom Billings, (317) 462-5577 -Chief of Police John Jester, (317) 477-4400 -Fire Chief James Roberts, (317) 477-4430 -Parks and Recreation Superintendent (open at press time), (317) 477-4340 -Zoning Administrator Joanie Fitzwater, (317) 477-4320 -City Engineer Mike Fruth, (317) 477-4320 -City Council meets at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at

City Hall. Members: Greg Carwein, Jason Horning, Kerry Grass, Gary McDaniel, John Patton, Mitch Pendlum and Judy Swift. Education Greenfield-Central schools Utilities Water and Sewer: Municipal Natural Gas: Vectren Electricity: Greenfield Power and Light (municipally owned); NineStar Connect and Duke Energy serve some areas. Telephone: NineStar Connect, SBC Cable: Comcast Services Police force, fire department

McCordsville Located in northwest Hancock County, near the shores of Geist Reservoir, on Ind. 67, minutes away from I-465, I-70 and I-69. 2010 census: 4,797. Government -Clerk-Treasurer Catherine Gardner, McCordsville Municipal Building, 6280 W. CR 800N McCordsville, IN 46055

(317) 335-2810 -Town Manager Tonya Galbraith, (317) 335-3151 -Chief of Police Harold C. Rodgers, (317) 335-2812 -Fire Chief Les McConnell, (317) 335-9256 -Town Attorney Gregg Morelock, (317) 462-7787 -Town Council meets at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month in the municipal building: Max Meise, Barry Wood, Tom Strayer, and Brent Barnes, Larry Longman. Education Mt. Vernon schools Utilities Natural Gas: Citizens Gas, Vectren Electricity: NineStar Connect, Indianapolis Power and Light Telephone: NinesStar Connect Cable: Comcast, Bright House Services Police department Volunteer fire department operated by Vernon Township Weekly trash pickup by a private contractor (paid by city) Independent sewer billing, (317) 335-1044

Mt. Comfort Located in western Hancock County, north of I-70 and 5 miles east of I-465. Government Under jurisdiction of Hancock County Commissioners Education Mt. Vernon schools Utilities Water: Indianapolis Water Co. Sewer: Western Hancock Natural Gas: Vectren Electricity: NineStar Connect, Duke Energy Telephone: NineStar Connect, SBC, Sprint Cable: Insight, Time/Warner Services Mt. Comfort Airport Western Hancock Sewage Utility Hancock County Sheriff’s Department Fire department: Buck Creek Township Fire Department, (317) 894-4564

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CITIES AND TOWNS lies to the south. 2010 census: 2,055. Government -Clerk-Treasurer Becky Hilligoss, 42 E. Main St. New Palestine, IN 46163 (317) 861-4727 -Town Manager David Book, (317) 861-4727 -Town Marshal Robert Ehle, (317) 861-4425 -Fire Chief Gerald Morganthall, (317) 861-5721 -Town Attorney Gregg Morelock, (317) 462-7787 -Town Council meets at 8 a.m. on the first Saturday and 7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at Town Hall. Members: Larry Jonas, Jan Jarson, Clint Bledsoe. Education Southern Hancock schools Utilities Water: Citizens Water Sewer: Town treatment plant Natural Gas: Vectren Electricity: Duke Energy Telephone: SBC Cable: Insight

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Shirley On the Hancock-Henry county line, 5 miles north of I-70 and 33 miles east of Indianapolis. 2010 census: 830. Government -Clerk-Treasurer Marla Kemerly, 409 Main St., P.O. Box 90, Shirley IN 47384 (765) 738-6561 -Town Marshal Mike Harrison -Newhouse and Newhouse, town attorney -Town Council meets 6:30 p.m. the first Monday of the month in the Town Hall. Members: President Kyle Austin, David Carnes, Dennis Denny. Education Eastern Hancock schools Charles A. Beard schools Utilities Water and sewer: Municipal Natural Gas: Fountaintown Gas Electricity: Duke Energy

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Spring Lake Located one mile south of U.S. 40, west of CR 250W near Philadelphia. 2010 census: 218 Government -Clerk-Treasurer Sue Dennemann, 2688 W. Sugar Creek Drive, Greenfield (317) 462-7508 -Road Commissioner Marion

Quinlan, (317) 462-5776 -Town Attorney Ray Richardson, (317) 462-4429 -Town Council meets the third Monday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Community Building, 20667 Hillside Drive, Spring Lake. Members: President Mary Sweetland, Andy Swain and Maryann Wells. Education Southern Hancock schools

Wilkinson In northeastern Hancock County on Ind. 109. I-70 is four miles to the south.

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events. 2012-13 productions include: "Our Town," Sept. 21-30; "Night of the Living Dead, Part II," Oct. 26-Nov. 4; "Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol," Dec. 14-23; "Twelfth Night," March 14-24; "The Underpants," April 19-28; "Jesus Christ Superstar," May 26-June 9. Buck Creek Players Address: 11150 Southeastern Ave., Indianapolis Telephone (317) 863-2270 Volunteer community theater. 2012-13 productions: “Flaming Idiots,” Sept. 21-30; “A Little Christmas Spirit,” Nov. 30-Dec. 16; “Escanaba in da Moonlight,” Jan. 25-Feb. 3; “Gender Souffle,” March 29-April 7; “City of Angels,” June 7-23. CrazyLake Acting Company Address: PO Box 672, Greenfield Telephone: (317) 477-ARTS

Promoting the arts in Greenfield and Hancock County. Hancock County Arts and Cultural Council Address: P.O. Box 441, Greenfield www.hancockcountyarts. com Officers: President, Connie Schmidt; vice president, Jackie Osting; secretary, Steve Smith; treasurer, Stan Crider. Board members: Mark Dudley, Robert Hunt, Clark Ketchum, Nancy Leslie, Angela Mickler, Jackie Osting, Lee Ann Petropoulos, Connie Schmidt, Janet Skinner, Steve Smith, Laine Stoker, Lori Thompson

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Arts venues TenWest Center for the Arts Address: 10 W. Church St., Fortville Telephone: (317) 403-0323 The TenWest center focuses on exposing young people to the arts, offering art, music and dance classes. Creative Arts and Event Center Address: 2 W. Main St., Greenfield Telephone: (317) 477-ARTS With galleries, artist’s studios (the Artists Upstairs) and playing host to frequent juried exhibitions, it is the centerpiece for the arts community’s monthly Second Fridays. Facility also available for weddings, receptions and banquets. Other local galleries „Greenfield Banking Co. gallery, second floor of Greenfield headquarters, 1920 N. State St. „Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce, One Courthouse Plaza, gallery just inside the State Street entrance.


Brandywine Wind Contact: Jerry Bell, (317) 462-7837 Greenfield’s all-volunteer community orchestra, it regularly gives free performances in various venues throughout the county. Greenfield Community Choir Telephone: (317) 966-1959 Web: "Greenfield Community Choir" on Facebook The choir, under the direction of Donald Crane, performs four major concerts a year, including during the Riley Festival, and makes many other appearances.

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RECYCLING There are two locations in Hancock County at which you can drop all recyclables accepted in Hancock County: Hancock County Solid Waste Management District /Purdue Extension office, 802 N. Apple St., Greenfield The former Gem Elevator 284 S. CR 500W, Greenfield Items that can be left at these locations include glass bottles and jars, aluminum cans and aluminum foil products, bi-metal (steel/ tin) cans, plastic bottles and containers, and newspapers. Any item with numbers 1 through 7 in the familiar recycling triangle formed with arrows, usually found on the bottom of the container, is accepted at these locations. The only exception is Styrofoam. NO Styrofoam is accepted for recycling in Hancock County. Several local not-for-profit groups accept one or more

recyclable items as a means of raising funds. For a complete list of all the items that can be recycled and where they can be taken in Hancock and surrounding counties, visit the website of the Hancock County Solid Waste Management District: www. Click on the â&#x20AC;&#x153;A-Z of Recyclingâ&#x20AC;? link. There, you can learn where to recycle almost anything, from antifreeze and appliances to corks and computers to tennis balls and tires. The solid waste district receives money from the state to use for recycling programs and recycling education programs. The funds and programming are administered by Purdue Extension Hancock County. An 8-member board of directors comprised of local government officials and a 5-member Citizens Advisory Board meet monthly to oversee the district's operations.

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GREENFIELD-HANCOCK COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 809 S. State St. (317) 477-4367 government/animal-control Director Jeff Leffel, (317) 325-1436 Kennel hours for viewing adoptable animals: „9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday „11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Thursday „9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday Office hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.Thursday The Greenfield/Hancock County Animal Management Department is responsible for enforcing all city, county, and state laws with regard to the treatment of animals. The Animal Management Department serves all of

Hancock County and performs the following functions: „Shelter lost and stray dogs and cats. „Find caring and responsible people to adopt available pets. „Investigate cases of animal cruelty and neglect. „Enforce city/county ordinances and state laws. „Remove dead or injured animals within the city limits. „Educate about responsibilities of pet ownership. HANCOCK COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY http://members.petfinder. com/~IN34/index.html 214 E. Main St., Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-5404 Shelter open hours for visiting adoptable pets: Thursday 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. President Melinda Wright Vice president, Stephanie

Broere; Corresponding secretary, Kevin Minnick; Recording secretary,Tama Poncar; Treasurer, Beverly Reece Board Members Tricia Glenn, Pat Wolfla, Lindsey Wright Hancock County Humane Society is a no-kill, nonprofit animal shelter staffed by volunteers and funded with community donations. Its goal to find permanent, safe and loving homes for the pets taken into its care. FRENZY ANIMAL RESCUE Dogs/Birds 37 1/2 W. Mill St. P.O. Box 194 New Palestine, IN 46163 (317) 414-5662 Director Betty Wilkins Adoptions/food bank 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, other-

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FARMERS MARKETS HARVEST MARKET AT THE FAIRGROUNDS Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds 620 N. Apple St., Greenfield Regular Market Saturdays, May-Oct: 8 a.m.-noon. Summer Season Wednesdays, July through second Wednesday in October, 8 a.m.-noon. Winter Market First and third Saturdays, November-April, 10 a.m.1 p.m. Note: winter market is held inside heated show arena. Contact: Barb Smith (765) 763-0246 or Jeniece Miller (765) 561-8265 COMMUNITY HARVEST MARKETPLACE Across from the CKS Carthage train depot, 201 E. 2nd St., Carthage (Rush County) Contact: Jenny Kimberly (765) 565-7131 CROOKED CREEK FARMERS MARKET 7003B N. Michigan Road

Just south of 71st & Michigan Road) Indianapolis June 3-Oct. 14, Sundays 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. (317) 217-5388 CUMBERLAND FARMERS MARKET Cumberland Town Hall, 11501 E. Washington St., Cumberland May-October, Saturdays 8 a.m.-noon June-September, Tuesdays 4-7 p.m. Contact: Marcella Champion, (317) 894-4145 GEIST FARMERS MARKET 8115 Oaklandon Road (Intersection of Fox Road and Oaklandon Road) May 1–Sept. 30, Thursdays 2:30–6:30 p.m. Contact: Tom Brendle (317) 517-0484 HEART OF RUSHVILLE FARMERS & ARTISANS MARKET 100 E. Third St., Rushville (Rush County)

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Eastern Hancock Youth Football League Grades K-2 (flag) and 3-6 (tackle). President: Dave Lacy. Games played in conjunction with Greenfield Youth Football League. For information, contact Lacy at (317) 326-3037, (317) 491-5525 or at Greenfield Youth Football League Grades K-2 (flag) and 3-6 (tackle). Cheerleading is also offered. Commissioner: Darryck Dorman. Games are played at the GreenfieldCentral High School practice field at 810 N. Broadway. For more information, visit www. or contact Dorman at (317) 498-6744 or at Marauder Youth Football League Grades K (flag) and 1-6 (tackle). Cheerleading is also offered. Director: Tom Payne. Games are played at Fortville Elementary, McCordsville Elementary and Mt. Vernon High School practice fields, depending on the league. For more information, visit www. New Palestine Cadet Football League Grades K (practice only) and 1-6 (tackle). President: Matt Hook. Located on the property of the Southern Hancock School Corporation near South CR 600W and West CR 200S, south of Doe Creek Middle School and east of Sugar Creek Elementary. For more information, visit www. or email thenpcfl@ Greenfield-Central Little Cougar League For 1st, 2nd , 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade girls the opportunity to play in a league designed to develop their skills. The league normally runs from early September through the middle of October. The goal of this league is to build a fundamental feeder system for Greenfield-Central. We will be looking for volunteer coaches for the various teams. To make this program

a success, we always rely heavily on volunteers. If you are interested in being a coach, please fill in information at the bottom of registration form, and we will contact you. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade is an instructional league. Contact coach Doug Laker or (317) 448-0853. New Palestine Little Lady Dragons Basketball League The New Palestine Little Lady Dragons Basketball League is open to all girls in grades 1-6 living in the Southern Hancock district or attending Southern Hancock schools. The league focuses on fundamental skill development. All games and practices will be held at New Palestine High School. For more information, contact Jacki Negri at Eastern Hancock Lady Royals Basketball League Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; basketball league for Eastern Hancock players in grades K-6. Feeds directly into the Eastern Hancock High School program. League is organized by the director of elementary basketball operations, high school players and high school coaches. Contact Eastern Hancock varsity head coach Jeremy Powers at (765) 524-8117 or at Greenfield-Central Youth Boys Basketball (GCYBB) GCYBB Little Cougar Recreational League: To offer other alternatives to travel basketball, the Little Cougar Recreational League runs from the first of November to the week before Christmas break. Typically, the teams will practice one time per week and play games on Saturdays. This league is offered for all boys in grades K-6. The registration form can be downloaded or register online from the GCYBB website at www. Registration begins in September and closes approx-

imately the second week of October. GCYBB Travel League: For those players interested and who demonstrate advanced basketball skills, a travel league exists for grades 1-6. The evaluations will be performed by independent evaluators watching the tryouts. Register through your sonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s school office, through the mail, or online. The registration form can be downloaded or register online from the GCYBB website at www. Little Cougar Volleyball League/Cougar Summer Volleyball Camp LCVL: For girls in grades 5-6. Tentatively scheduled for five Wednesdays in February. LCVL is feeder program into Greenfield-Central junior high and high school programs. Fees to be announced. Contact G-C varsity coach Rita Rouse at (317) 979-0442 or at for more information. CSVC: For girls in grades 1-8. Camp is held in the summer. Dates and fees to be announced. Contact G-C varsity coach Rita Rouse at (317) 979-0442 or at ritarouse@ for more information.

for players age 8-17. For more information on the facility, lessons and team and league playing opportunities, visit www.indianabandits. Dream Big Baseball Indoor and outdoor facility at North Fortville Pike 2274 North Fortville Pike in Greenfield offers baseball and softball fields, year-round batting cages and other amenities for players ages 8-17. Lessons are offered and Dream Big will also host leagues and sponsor teams. For more information, contact Mike Gibson at (317) 339-6805. Greenfield Community Aquatic Club Affiliated with USA Swimming and Indiana Swimming GCAC is a year round competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technique instruction for all ages and abilities. All coaches, as members of the American Swim Coaches Association, have access to comprehensive training and certification. They provide assurances that the time children spend in swimming will be quality time. GCAT is a non-profit club. For more information visit

New Palestine Dragon Flyers Running program sponsored by New Palestine High School cross country team for youths in grades 3-6. In addition to conditioning, running-related topics such as flexibility, shoes, nutrition, training and racing will be discussed. Dragon Flyers are led by New Palestine cross country varsity head coach Daniel Weimer. Contact Weimer at (317) 861-4417 ext. 122 or (317) 861-5287 ext. 104.

Greenfield Area Soccer Club A not-for-profit club supported by the Greenfield Parks Department offering youth Pele, recreation, travel, and futbal programs. For the soccer player who is 18 years or older, the club offers adult recreation leagues and summer camps for recreation and travel players. Contact Michael Reeves at President@greenfieldsoccer. org for more information.

Bandits Baseball Club An indoor facility at 2033 W. U.S. 40 in Greenfield will provide two full infields, six batting cages and two bullpens with heating and air conditioning for year-round use. The Bandits Youth Foundation sponsors teams

GREAT SPORTS! To submit a local youth sports organization information for a future Daily Reporter Discovery issue, or to report your daily scores and news, contact sports editor Brian Harmon at or at (317) 477-3227.



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YOUTH SERVICES BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF HANCOCK COUNTY P.O. Box 115 715 E. Lincoln St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Executive Director Darren Turner, (317) 4623704;

(317) 462-5402, or Girl Scouts of Central Indiana 2611Waterfront Parkway, East Drive, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46214 (317) 924-6800 HANCOCK COUNTY 4-H Contact: Sarah Burke 802 N. Apple St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-1113

BGCHC Greenfield Jim Andrews Unit Director Candace Sexton, (317) 4622404; Program Coordinator Kayla Rutledge BGCHC Eastern Hancock Extension Tonja Shewman, extension coordinator, tshewman@ Board of Directors President/CVO, Jeff Inskeep Vice president, Dennis Andrews Secretary, Erin Anders Treasurer, P.J. Robbins Members: Mike Pershing, Tim Retherford, Sgt. Christine Rapp, Bob

Across a new threshold: Lavolia Furman (left) and director Donna Love usher students through the door of the Shirley Park Shelterhouse on the first day the new HancockHenry Community Youth Center was open..

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SERVICES BMV branches GREENFIELD Address: 1821 E. Main St., Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: 462-4778 Hours: Monday: Closed Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. MCCORDSVILLE Address: 5949 W. Broadway, McCordsville, IN 46040 Phone: 335-0268 Hours: Monday: Closed Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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SERVICES Libraries (cont.) FORTVILLE-VERNON TOWNSHIP LIBRARY Address: 625 E. Broadway, Fortville, IN 46040 Phone: 485-6402 Hours: Monday through Thursday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday: Closed HANCOCK COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY Main library - Greenfield Address: 900 W. McKenzie, Greenfield, IN 46140 Main phone: 462-5141 Children’s desk: 462-5141, ext. 238 Reference desk: 462-5141, ext. 240 Fax: 462-5711 E-mail: Web site: www.hcplibrary. org Hours: Monday through

Thursday: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday: 1 to 4 p.m. SUGAR CREEK BRANCH Address: 5087 W. U.S. 52, New Palestine, IN 46163 Main phone: 861-6618 Children’s desk: 861-6618 Fax: 861-2061 E-mail: hcpl@hcplibrary. org Hours: Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday: 1 to 4 p.m.

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HEALTH CARE Hospital Hancock Regional Hospital 801 N. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-5544 Hancock Regional Hospital provides a full range of services, including emergency medicine, modern obstetrics, diagnostics, advanced oncology and physical therapy. HRH also opened an inpatiant hospice unit in August 2011 for end-of-life care. Affilated services include: Prime Time Urgent Care 124 W. Muskegon Drive Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: 468-HELP (4357) Hancock Medical Office 8535 N. Clearview Drive McCordsville, IN 46055 Phone: (317) 335-6930 Hancock Regional Home Care and Hospice 801 N. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 468-4522 Hancock Surgery Center 801 N. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 325-2500

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Greenfield, IN 46140 Health Office: (317) 477-1125 The department provides health education and immunizations.

Nursing homes Pleasant View Lodge 7476 Lane Road McCordsville, IN 46055 Phone: (317) 335-2159 Kindred Transtional Care and Rehabilitation 200 Green Meadows Drive, Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-3311 Sugar Creek Convalescent Center & Sugar Creek Chateau 5430 W. U.S. 40 Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 894-3301 Fax: (317) 894-7024 sugarcreeknursingandrehab. com Golden Living CenterBrandywine 745 N. Swope St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-9221 Fax: (317) 462-5076 Springhurst Health Campus 628 N. Meridian Road Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-7067

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FITNESS Fitness centers

Pennsy Trail

Curves 48 W. Main St. New Palestine, IN 46163 (317) 861-5636

One block south of Main Street, Greenfield and Cumberland

Family Fun & Fitness 5151 W. U.S. 40 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 894-8888 GetFit 24/7 Fitness 1556 N. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-6866 Hancock Wellness 888 W. New Road Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-6100 Note: Fitness centers offer a variety of membership options and services that include dietary consultation and personalized fitness instruction.

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Classes Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department 280 N. Apple St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 477-4340

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Riley Park Shelter House - 210 N. Apple St. The department organizes exercise classes and lessons in a variety of sports for all ages.

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The Riley Park Shelter House sits in the cul-de-sac just south of Riley Pool. It has 2160 sq.ft. of open space, a full kitchen, male/female handicap accessible restrooms & folding tables & chairs to accommodate up to 100 people. It is ideal for reunions, receptions, meetings, etc. & available for rent year-round. Rental rates are $175 (not-for profit) & $270 (for-profit) per day, 9 am to 11 pm, plus a $100 damage deposit due at time of key pick up.

Rover’s Run Bark Park – 2770 N. Franklin St. Rover’s Run is a 2-acre dog park located in Beckenholdt Park. The dog park is completely fenced with an electronic gate entry system which limits entry to members only who have shown proof that their dog(s) are properly vaccinated, parasite free & spayed or neutered. The dog park consists of walk ways, shade trees, 2 shelters, a watering station appropriately named, The Slobber Lounge, & lots of open area for running & Frisbee tosses. Brand new Agility Equipment is now available for use inside the park! F,NFr N

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The Pennsy Trail is a paved path following the roadbed of the former Pennsylvania Railroad. The trail is intended for walking, jogging, biking and in-line skating. Historical markers show points of interest along the way. In Greenfield and just east and west of the city, the trail is a six-mile path. It runs between CR 150W and CR 400E. Another segment, the Cumberland Pennsy Trail, which runs from CR 600W in Hancock County to German Church Road in Marion County, opened in 2010. The trails are part of the National Road Heritage Trail, which eventually will connect up and stretch from Richmond to Terre Haute.

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Hancock Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s roads were built on a simple grid system in the 1800s: generally, one mile between intersections in every direction. There are exceptions, of course. The maps on the following pages are a good reference for finding your way in the county and in our communities.

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Hancock County Enrichment Fund is unrestric ted and can add ress all of the aspects of our county 's well-being. Humanitarian Fund provides assistance to those with disabilities or special services. Lifelong Learning Fund provides support to educational programs.

Strong Families and Youth Fund helps programs in the area recreational oppor tunities. of strengthening our youth and families. Every donation you make to a Spirit of Community Fund represents a lasting gift that says: "I care about my community!" we want to thank youf or yourgift to one or more of the followingfunds by providing a Hancock County Flag to wave with pride! rr

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SCHOOLS & EDUCATION Hancock County has four public school systems and two church-affiliated parochial schools. Most of them fare well in meeting state and national achievement standards, and a number of them have been recognized for outstanding achievements in education.

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EASTERN HANCOCK 10370 E. CR 250N, Charlottesville, IN 46117 2012-13 Enrollment: 1,125

2012 Graduates: 76

Phone: (317) 936-5444 2011 Graduation rate: 97.8%


Bradley Hancock: Term expires in December 2012.

Superintendent Randy Harris Phone: (317) 936-5444 Email: rharris@ easternhancock .org

Terry Jilg: Term expires in 2014

The school board meets at 7 p.m. the second Monday of the month at the administration office.


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Teresa Dunlavy: Term expires in December 2012.

Thomas Younts: Term expires in 2014.



School board

Scott Petry: Term expires in 2014.

2011-12 P.L. 227 accountability grade

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Eastern Hancock’s students enrolled in a service learning class cultivate a garden whose bounty will go to area food pantries. The class is designed to teach students the importance of community involvement. Students in Brown, Jackson and Blue River townships attend Eastern Hancock schools Eastern Hancock High School David Pfaff, principal Email: dpfaff@ 10320 E. CR 250N Charlottesville, IN 46117 Phone: (317) 936-5595 or (317) 467-0095 Eastern Hancock Middle School

David Pfaff, principal Email: dpfaff@ 10380 E. CR 250N Charlottesville, IN 46117 Phone: (317) 936-5324 or (317) 467-9759 Eastern Hancock Elementary School Amanda Pyle, principal Email: apyle@ 10450 E. CR 250N Charlottesville, IN 46117 Phone: (317) 936-5829 or (317) 467-0056


Manager of technology, business and facilities Debbie Spangler Phone: (317) 936-5444 Email: dspangler@ Corporation secretary Dottie Maroska Phone: (317) 936-5444 Email: dmaroska@ Information technology Vickie Osborne Phone: (317) 936-5444 Email: vosborne@

By the numbers 26.9: Percentage of students on the free and reduced-cost lunch program (2010-11) 17: Number of teachers with at least 20 years of experience (27 percent) (2010-11) 956: Average SAT score (2010-11).

Did you know? Eastern Hancock is Hancock County’s largest school system by geography but its smallest by enrollment. Indiana


Source: Indiana Department of Education

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GREENFIELD-CENTRAL 110 W. North St., Greenfield, IN 46140

2012 Graduates: 295

2011 Graduation rate: 86.5%

Kent Fisk: Term expires in 2014. Tom Russo / Daily Reporter

Retta Livengood: Term expires in 2014.

Dan Riley: Term expires in December 2012. Dr. Michael Summers: Term expires in December 2012. The school board meets at 7 p.m. the second Monday of the month at various locations.


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Dan Leary: Term expires in December 2012.


G-C sports milestone: First cross-country crown in history. Students in Center and Green townships attend Greenfield-Central schools. Greenfield-Central High School Steve Bryant, principal Email: sbryant@ 810 N. Broadway Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-9211 Greenfield Central Junior High School Harold Olin, principal Email: holin@ 1440 N. Franklin St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 477-4616 Greenfield Intermediate School James Bever, principal Email: jbever@ 204 W. Park Ave. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-6827 Maxwell Intermediate School Jobie Whitaker, principal Email: jwhitaker@

102 N. Main St., Maxwell, IN 46154 Phone: (317) 326-3121 Eden Elementary School Joey Johnson, principal Email: jjohnson@ 48155 N. Ind. 9 Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 326-3117 Harris Elementary School Jan Kehrt, principal Email: jkehrt@ 200 W. Park Ave. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 467-6731 J.B. Stephens Elementary School Candy Short, principal Email: cshort@ 1331 N. Blue Road Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-4491 Weston Elementary School Stephen Burt, principal Email: 140 Polk St., Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-1492


Linda Gellert has been G-Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leader since 2005. Superintendent Linda Gellert Phone: (317) 462-4434 Email: lgellert@ Assistant superintendent Ann Vail Phone: (317) 462-4434 Email: avail@ Business manager Tony Zurwell Phone: (317) 462-4434 Email: tzurwell@ Technology coordinator Greg Thompson Phone: (317) 462-4434 Email: gthompson@ Corporation nurse Dawn Hanson Phone: (317) 462-4434 Email: dhanson@gcsc.

By the numbers 32.8: Percentage of students on the free and reduced-cost lunch program (2010-11) 78: Number of teachers with at least 20 years of experience (37 percent) (2010-11) 986: Average SAT score (2010-11).

Did you know? In 2012, G-CHS graduates won 218 scholarships worth $3.5 million. Indiana


Sources: Indiana Department of Education


2012-13 Enrollment: 4,780

Phone: (317) 462-4434

2011-12 P.L. 227 accountability grade

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2011-12 P.L. 227 accountability grade

Phone: (317) 485-3100

1776 W. Ind. 234, Fortville, IN 46040-9707 2012-13 Enrollment: 3,565

2012 Graduates: 252

2011 Graduation rate: 92.5%

William Riggs is the dean of superintendents in the county.

Kevin Burk: Term expires in December 2012.


Vernee Eads: Term expires in 2014.

Shelton Oakes: Term expires in 2014.

Paul Riddle: Term expires in December 2012 The school board meets at 7 p.m. the third Monday of the month at the administrative office.


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Bob Hiday: Term expires in December 2012.


Superintendent William Riggs Phone: (317) 485-3100, Email: Bill.Riggs@

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Members of the class of 2012 arrange some furniture during their commencement ceremony. MV is the only county district that holds its graduation ceremony outdoors. Students in Buck Creek and Vernon townships attend Mt. Vernon schools Mt. Vernon High School Bernie Campbell, principal Email: Bernie.Campbell@ 8112 N. CR 200W Fortville, IN 46040. Phone: (317) 485-3131 Mt. Vernon Middle School John Price, principal Email: john.price@ 1862 W. Ind. 234 Fortville, IN 46040-9709 Phone: (317) 485-3160 Fortville Elementary School Susan Bennett, principal Email: susan.bennett@ 8414 N. CR 200W Fortville, IN 46040 Phone: (317) 485-3180, 485-3185 McCordsville Elementary School Dan Debo, principal Email: dan.denbo@ 7177 N. CR 600W McCordsville, IN 46055 Phone: (317) 336-7760 Mt. Comfort Elementary School Heather Whitaker, principal Email: heather.whitaker@ 5694 W. CR 300N Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 894-7667


Assistant superintendent Mike Horton Phone: (317) 485-3100 Email: Mike.Horton@ Business manager Dan Kramer Phone: (317) 485-3100, ext. 118 Email: dan.kramer@ Technology coordinator Barb Campbell Phone: (317) 485-3100 Email: barbara.campbell@ Corporation nurse Michelle Shaw Phone: (317) 485-3100 Email:

By the numbers 20.4: Percentage of students on the free and reduced-cost lunch program (2010-11) 53: Number of teachers with at least 20 years of experience (26.9 percent) (2010-11) 985: Average SAT score (2010-11).

Did you know? As meausred by enrollment, Mt. Vernon is Hancock Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most ethnically diverse school district. Indiana


Sources: Indiana Department of Education

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SOUTHERN HANCOCK P.O. Box 508, New Palestine, IN, 46163-0508 2012 Graduates: 250

2011 Graduation rate: 93.5%

James Halik has been superintendent since 2004.

Brian McKinney: Term expires in 2014.

Meghan Morrison: Term expires in 2014. Tom Russo / Daily Reporter

Barbara Snyder: Term expires in December 2012. Thomas Tucker: Term expires in December 2012. The school board meets at 6:30 p.m. the second Monday of the month at various locations.


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William Niemier: Term expires in 2014.


Many students at Southern Hancock schools (such as those in Caroline Clayton’s English class at New Palestine High School) use school-issued computers on their assignments. Students in Brandywine and Sugar Creek townships attend Southern Hancock schools New Palestine High School Keith Fessler, principal Email: kfessler@ 4485 S. Victory Drive New Palestine, IN 46163 Phone: (317) 861-4417 Doe Creek Middle School Jim Voelz, principal Email: jvoelz@ 5613 W. CR 200S New Palestine, IN 46163 Phone: (317) 861-4487 Brandywine Elementary School Bruce Miller, principal

Email: bmiller@ 413 E. CR 400S Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 482-7396 New Palestine Elementary School Mark Kern, principal Email: mkern@ 4801 S. CR 500W New Palestine, IN 46163 Phone: (317) 861-5287 Sugar Creek Elementary School Tony Strangeway, principal Email: tstrangeway@ 2337 S. CR 600W New Palestine, IN 46163 Phone: (317) 861-6747


Superintendent James M. Halik Email: jhalik@ Phone: (317) 861-4463, ext. 117 Assistant superintendent Robert L. Yoder Email: byoder@ Phone: (317) 861-4463, ext. 111 Curriculum/technology director Rhonda Peterson Email: rpeterson@ Phone: (317) 861-4463, ext. 118 Corporation nurse Jeanette Pineda Email: jpineda@ Phone: (317) 861-4487

By the numbers 17.6: Percentage of students on the free and reduced-cost lunch program (2010-11) 46: Number of teachers with at least 20 years of experience (26.3 percent) (2010-11) 979: Average SAT score (2010-11).

Did you know? The district has been rated as an “A” (exemplary) district by the Indiana Department of Education and consistently has 4-Star-rated schools. Indiana


Source: Indiana Department of Education


2012-13 Enrollment: 3,243

Phone: (317) 861-4463

2011-12 P.L. 227 accountability grade

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ST. MICHAEL SCHOOL 515 Jefferson Blvd., Greenfield, IN 46140


318 in grades K-8

Phone: (317) 462-6380


St. Michael’s fifth-grader Hannah Burkhart gets help with her costume from teacher Chris Vetters before a “wax museum” lesson at the school. Hannah was playing Albert Einstein during the living history class, one of many activities that takes place at the school during the academic year. St. Michael School is part of St. Michael Catholic Church on the west side of Greenfield.

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School board Jay Shininger David Berty Sarah Wuestefeld Greg Knecht Dr. Jeff Lovins Peggy Hays Joe Hentz

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ZION LUTHERAN SCHOOL 6513 W. CR 300S, New Palestine IN 46163

2012-13 Enrollment 242 in preschool-grade 8

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Principal Kristie Sombke Phone: (317) 861-4210, Preschool director Angie Singer Phone: (317) 861-4210, School board Andrea Engler Dave Griffin Sally Hopkins Brian Kleiman Jackie Koons Debbie Mitchell Mendy Roudebush Linda Schulenberg Nathan Werner

By the numbers 13: Number of teachers 37: Average teacher age.

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ADULT BASIC EDUCATION GREENFIELD LEARNING CENTER c/o Greenfield WorkOne 840 S. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 318-1347 Literacy Coordinator Rachel Hilligoss


Walker Career Center Director Brenda Owen 9651 E. 21st St. Indianapolis, IN 46229 (317) 532-6155 The Greenfield Learning Center offers GED classes and testing to those 16 and older who are not currently enrolled in school and who live in Hancock, Shelby, Madison, Henry or Rush counties. The learning center has undergone many recent changes, including a change in locations, because of state-mandated changes in funding and a move to the Indianapolis Adult Basic Education Region, headquartered at Walker Career Center in Indianapolis. The learning center itself is now headquartered locally at Greenfield WorkOne, where daytime and evening classes are offered.

Currently, only GED classes are being offered; however, it is hoped that classes such as English as a second language Adult Basic Education will be resumed. HANCOCK COUNTY ADULT LITERACY COALITION c/o Hancock County Public Library (317) 462-5141 ext. 210 900 W. McKenzie Road Greenfield, IN 46140 President: Mary Lynn Burrows Board Members: Wayne Addison, Bob Burrows, Mary Cross, Paul Fedorchak, Janet Helms, Rachel Hilligoss, Jim Matthews, Ann Osborne, Rosemary Robertson, Nancy Striebeck The volunteer-driven Hancock County Literacy Coalition provides monetary and other support to activities of the Greenfield Learning Center. The coalition's biggest fundraiser is the annual Adult Bee for Literacy, a spelling bee featuring adult teams from throughout the community.The coalition also sponsors a GED graduation ceremony each spring.

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Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Proud graduates: Finishing school wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a priority in retirement for Glenda (left) and Darrell Litteral. But they decided to take GED classes at Greenfield Learning Center along with their granddaughter, Lindsay, after Lindsay left school more than two years ago. They graduated in May 2012.

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(317) 485-6428 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches, appetizers

PIZZA KING 12110 E. Washington St. (317) 891-2555 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches, salads, appetizers, pasta

PIZZA KING 315 W. Broadway St. (317) 485-6418 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches, salads

SERO’S RESTAURANT 11720 E. Washington St. (317) 894-5570 Menu: Greek fare, breakfast, lunch, dinner

PANDA CHINESE RESTAURANT 21 S. Main St. (317) 485-7988 Menu: Chinese fare

GUADALAJARA GRILL MEXICAN RESTAURANT 9918 E. Washington St. (317) 897-0328 Menus: Mexican fare

SUBWAY 323 S. Oak St. (317) 485-4177 Menu: Sandwiches, salads, breakfast


DAIRY QUEEN 346 W. Broadway St. (317) 485-5998 Menu: Fast food sandwiches, ice cream

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter More than fish and chips: The Georgetowner Draft House,

SUNRISE DONUTS ETC. 225 E. Broadway (317) 485-7574 Menu: Donuts, baked goods

215 S. Main St., Fortville, has the feel of an old English pub. GEORGETOWNER DRAFT HOUSE 215 S. Main St. (317) 485-5500 Menu: appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, dinners

GODFATHER’S PIZZA 322 E. Broadway St. (317) 485-7774 Menu: Carryout pizza

THE FORT GRILLE 901 E. Broadway (317) 747-4988 Menu: Sandwiches, pasta, homemade desserts

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DINING OPTIONS fish, vegetables, sides, desserts, breakfast

Greenfield AMERICAN LEGION POST 119 275 Center St. (317) 462-5352 Menu: Homestyle cooking

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ARBYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1705 N. State St. (317) 462-6063 Menu: Fast food sandwiches and salads, breakfast

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Sounds good: Carol's Cornerstone Cafe, 301 E. Main St., Greenfield, offers musical entertainment as well as food. (317) 771-7577 Menu: Coffee and light lunch options


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BOB EVANS 2256 N. State St. (317) 467-0342 Menu: Family-style dining, sandwiches, breakfast

BAMBOO GARDEN BUFFET 2160 N. State St. (317) 467-8881 Menu: Chinese buffet

BURGER KING 1620 N. State St. (317) 467-1398 Menu: Fast food hamburgers

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DINING OPTIONS Greenfield (cont.)

145 S. Morristown Pike (317) 467-2404 Menu: Appetizers, sandwiches, entrees

DAIRY QUEEN 801 W. Main St. (317) 462-2566 Menu: Fast food sandwiches, ice cream

HOMETOWN CLASSIC PIZZA 12 W. Main St. (317) 462-5054 or (317) 462-7262 Menu: Pizza, subs, wings

DUNKINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; DONUTS 22 E. McClarnon (317) 462-2611 Menu: Coffee, donuts, pastries EL RODEO MEXICAN RESTAURANT 2203 N. State St. (317) 462-5272 Menu: Mexican fare FROSTY MUG 117 N. Apple St. (317) 462-0600 Menu: Drive-in sandwiches, root beer GREAT AMERICAN GRILL 275 Center St. (317) 477-0244

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Drive-in destination: Frosty Mug, 117 N. Apple St.,

Greenfield, is a summer staple. Menu: Homestyle cooking, sandwiches HANCOCK REGIONAL HOSPITAL CAFETERIA 801 N. State St. (317) 468-4490 Menu: Cafeteria selections, heart-healthy meals, grill service, salads, grab-and-go HARU HANA ASIAN BUFFET/HIBACHI STEAKHOUSE 1505 N. State St. (317) 468-6888


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Menu: Asian fare, sushi HARDEE'S 1215 W. Main St. (317) 462-2011 Menu: Fast food, Mexican, sandwiches, breakfast HARDEEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1881 N. State St. (317) 468-0503 Menu: Fast food, Mexican, sandwiches, breakfast HAWKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S TAIL GOLF COURSE

JACKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PIZZA 1002 E. Main St. (317) 462-6266 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches, appetizers JIM DANDY 80 W. McKenzie Road (317) 462-2800 Menu: Family dining, sandwiches, broasted chicken, breakfast, daily buffets KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 1604 N. State St. (317) 462-9261 Menu: Fast food fried or grilled chicken, sandwiches and sides

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DRAGON PALACE 413 N. State St. (317) 462-4965 Menu: Chinese food, buffet

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DINING OPTIONS pasta, appetizers, salads, buffet

Greenfield (cont.) LINCOLN SQUARE PANCAKE HOUSE 118 W. Main St. (317) 318-1792 Menu: Greek fare, breakfast, lunch

N.Y. LITTLE ITALY PIZZA CAFE 16A N. State St. (317) 477-4700 Menu: Pizza, breadsticks, calzones, subs, salads, espresso, cappucino

LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA 1633 N. State St. (317) 468-6815 Menu: Pizza, breadsticks

O’CHARLEY’S 1993 N. State St. (317) 462-9240 Menu: Casual family dining

LONG JOHN SILVER’S 2080 W. Main St. (317) 462-2885 Menu: Fast-food seafood and chicken

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Chips, salsa and more: Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant, 1550 N. State St., Greenfield, offers a variety of Mexican fare. MI CASA MEXICAN RESTAURANT 1550 N. State St. (317) 467-1680 Menu: Mexican fare


MARSH HOMETOWN MARKET 1240 N. State St. (317) 467-6617 Menu: Dine in or carryout deli, chicken, sides, salads





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PENN STATION EAST COAST SUBS 1667 N. State St. (317) 462-4444 Menu: Sub sandwiches

MOZZI’S ALL-STAR PIZZA 2221 W. Main St. (317) 462-2999 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches,

MOXIE 15 W. Main St. 462-6231


PAPA MURPHY’S 188 E. New Road (317) 462-7272 Menu: Take-and-bake pizza, salads, cookies

MOZZI’S PIZZA 1282 N. State St. (317) 462-3005 Menu: Carryout or delivery pizza, sandwiches, appetizers

MONTANA MIKE’S 1945 N. State St. (317) 468-1000 Menu: Steakhouse fare

McDONALD’S 1490 N. State St. (317) 462-9618 Menu: Fast food hamburgers, chicken, salads, breakfast


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DINING OPTIONS (317) 467-6613 Menu: Breakfast, luncheon soups, sandwiches

Greenfield (cont.) PIZZA HUT 1010 N. State St. (317) 462-4774 Menu: Pizza, pasta, sandwiches, appetizers, buffet

STARBUCKS 2049 N. State St. (317) 462-0119 Menu: Coffee, pastries and confections

PIZZA KING 237 W. Main St. (317) 462-3477 Menu: Pizza, pasta, sandwiches, appetizers, salads

STEAK ’N SHAKE 2121 N. State St. (317) 467-1581 Menu: Fast food sandwiches, salads and milk shakes

PONDEROSA STEAKHOUSE 1585 N. State St. (317) 462-7055 Menu: Steaks, seafood, chicken, buffet

STRIKE FORCE LANES 1539 W. Main St. (317) 477-2695 Menu: Perky's Pizza and subs, hamburgers, tenderloins, fries

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Wrap stars: SoupHerb, 2 W. Main St., Greenfield, is a popu-

QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL 2037 N. State St. (317) 318-1490 Menu: Burritos, quesadillas, other Mexican fare QUIZNOS 2045 N. State St. (317) 467-7782 Menu: Sub sandwiches, salads

RILEY HOUSE RESTAURANT 1020 W. Main St. (317) 462-6644 Menu: Broasted chicken, family dining, breakfast RO’S BAR AND GRILL 1514 N. State St. (317) 462-2899 Menu: Appetizers,

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THE SWEET SHOP 1309 W. Main St. (317) 462-6470 Menu: Pastries, baked goods SUBWAY 1261 N. State St. (317) 462-0070 Menu: Sandwiches, salads

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DINING OPTIONS 20 W. South St. (317) 477-2050 Menu: Tenderloins, onion rings, homemade daily specials

Greenfield (cont.) SUBWAY 1965 N. State St. (317) 468-6875 Menu: Sandwiches, salads


TACO BELL 1552 N. State St. (317) 462-2728 Menu: Mexican fast food


WENDY’S 1508 N. State St. (317) 462-4822 Menu: Fast food hamburgers, chicken, salads WHITE CASTLE 2253 N. State St. (317) 467-0865 Menu: Fast food hamburgers, chicken, breakfast WILLY’S FAMILY RESTAURANT

KINSEY’S ITALIAN CAFE 6383 W. Broadway (317) 336-1300 Menu: Salads, pasta, pizza

CHICAGO’S PIZZA 5917 W. Broadway (317) 335-3131 Menu: Pizza, salads, breadsticks

THAT FUN PLACE 1618 N. State St. (317) 477-4653 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches, salads, appetizers

TIM’S BAKERY 6087 W. Broadway (317) 335-3344 Menu: Doughnuts, pastries


LORD ASHLEY'S PUB & EATERY 11703 Pendleton Pike (317) 826-7860 Menu: Breakfast, lunch, dinner specials PIZZA KING 6550 W. Broadway (317) 335-2426 Menu; Pizza, salads, breadsticks. THE GRILL 2 6621 W. Broadway (317) 336-4700 Menue: Sandwiches, ribs, seaford, steak

BLUE BIRD RESTAURANT 158 E. Main St. (765) 763-7155 Menu: Breakfast, lunch and supper specials KOPPER KETTLE RESTAURANT 135 W. Main St. (765) 763-6767 Menu: Home-style cooking THE PIZZA SHOP 207 S. Locust St. (765) 763-6063 Menu: Pizza SISTER’S ICE CREAM SHOP 207 S. Locust St.

(765) 763-6473 Menu: Sandwiches, lunch and dinner specials, desserts BUTTERNUT BAKERY 105 W. Main St. (765) 763-6140 Menu: Breakfast pastries PATSY’S PIZZA 219 E. Main St. (765) 818-1008 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches

Mt. Comfort BURGER KING 2668 N. CR 600W (317) 891-0302 Menu: Fast food hamburgers, chicken, breakfast EL NOPAL 6016 W. CR 300N (317) 891-0828 Menu: Mexican fare McDONALD’S 2290 N. CR 600W (317) 894-4132 Menu: Fast food hamburgers, chicken, salads, breakfast

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DINING OPTIONS Mama Nita's Pizza, 5040 W. U.S. 52, New Palestine, has a full menu with salad, pasta and more.

MOZZI’S PIZZA 5875 W. U.S. 40 (317) 894-9292 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches PIZZA HUT 2640 N. CR 600W (317) 894-1910 Menu: Pizza

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SUBWAY 2668 N. CR 600W (317) 894-7022 Menu: Sandwiches, salads WENDY’S 2809 N. CR 600W (317) 894-0327 Menu: Fast food hamburgers, chicken, salads

New Palestine B & C’s HIDEOUT 7242 W. U.S. 52 (317) 861-4433 Menu: Salads, soups, sandwiches, entrees FROSTY BOY DRIVE-IN 40 W. Main St.

(317) 861-5433 CLOSING: OCT. 21, 2012 for the season Menu: Sandwiches, ice cream

(317) 861-1900 Menu: Pizza, steak, tenderloin, sandwiches SUBWAY 5040 W. U.S. 52 (317) 861-9164 Menu: Sandwiches, salads Y-NOT PIZZA 43 E. Main St. (317) 861-5225 Menu: Pizza, salads, sandwiches

(317) 861-1300 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches, salads, appetizers, desserts


McDONALD’S 5122 W. U.S. 52 (317) 861-4026 Menu: Fast food hamburgers, chicken, salads, breakfast

BEN’S FRIENDLY BAR 307 S. Railroad St. (765) 738-2367 Menu: Daily specials, sandwiches, fish, chicken tenders

LIONS CLUB 5242 W. U.S. 52 (317) 417-3050 Mark Kennedy

MOZZI’S PIZZA 18 W. Main St. (317) 861-1111 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches, appetizers




JAYRAE’S 28 E. Main St. (317) 861-0100 Menu: Breakfast items, sandwiches, salads, soups



SUZY’S PIZZA 179 S. Main St. (765) 785-2454 Menu: Pizza, sandwiches

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CHURCHES Churches are listed by township in Hancock County. Within each township, churches are listed alphabetically by denomination, with non-denominational churches listed under N.

Blue River Township SHILOH CHRISTIAN — 4980 S. CR 500E. Sunday school, 9:20 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Fred Girdwood, minister. Phone: 462-3238 (church) or 462-6232 (parsonage). WESTLAND FRIENDS — 2892 S. CR 700E. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship 10:30 a.m.; Bible study, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Rod Abram, pastor. Phone: 462-2943. Web: www.

Carrollton/ Brandywine Twp.

MT. LEBANON UNITED METHODIST — 3447 S. Ind. 9. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.; Charles G. Wanner, pastor. Phone: 462-1313. Web site: SUGAR CREEK BAPTIST — 3928 S. CR 100W. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday. Seniors' luncheon 11 a.m. third Thursday of month. Dr. Richard Williams, pastor. Phone: 861-6138.

Charlottesville/ Jackson Township NAMELESS CREEK CHRISTIAN (Disciples of Christ) — 3856 N. CR 800E. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Dr. Jim Carcia, minister. Phone:

(765) 785-2953.

Eden/ Green Township

CHARLOTTESVILLE FRIENDS CHURCH — Carthage Road south of U.S. 40. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship 10:30 a.m. David Deem, pastor. Phone: 462-0916.

EDEN UNITED METHODIST — 2122 E. Eden Road, east of Ind. 9. Worship, 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Sally Dickerson, pastor. Phone: 326-2212.

BY HIS GRACE MINISTRY — 378 E. South St. Pastor Ron Mills, (765) 778-1927; Pastor Steve Richwine, (317) 467-1562.

SUGAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH — 5482 E. CR 900N, Greenfield. Worship, 10 a.m.; Bible study, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Randy Badgley, pastor. Phone: (317) 281-1306.

CHARLOTTESVILLE UNITED METHODIST — 230 Carthage Road, P.O. Box 7. Prayer, 9:15 a.m.; worship 9:30 a.m.; church school, 10:30 a.m. Deborah Beason, pastor. Phone: 936-5839. BROWN’S CHAPEL WESLEYAN — 994 N. CR 600E. Christian Living Hour, 9 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Steve Bradley, senior pastor. Phone: 462-4910. Web site: www.

Fortville/ Vernon Township GEIST APOSTOLIC — 8750 N. CR 500W, McCordsville. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; evangelistic service, 7 p.m. Sunday. Joseph and Sylvia Horner, pastors. Phone: 335-2454. THE BRIDGE CHURCH — 611 Vitality Drive. Sunday



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CHURCHES worship and children’s ministries, 10:30 a.m.; “The Crossing” coffee shop, 9:30 a.m. to 10:25 a.m.; weeknight Bible studies. Rick Cochran, pastor. Phone: 485-4403. Web: GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH — 406 S. Maple St. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. Mark Kerfoot, pastor. Phone: (317) 508-9487. MT. CARMEL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH — 9644 N. Fortville Pike. Worship, 10:30 a.m. on first and fourth Sundays of month. Bill Blackburn, elder. Phone: (765) 644-6295. ST. THOMAS CATHOLIC — 523 S. Merrill St. Sunday Mass, 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5 p.m.; weekday and holiday Mass, call church. Saturday Mass anticipation, 5:30 p.m.


The Rev. Joseph Pesola, pastor. Phone: 485-5102. Web: www.stthomasfortville. com. FORTVILLE CHRISTIAN — 9450 N. CR 200W. Sunday school, 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.; worship, 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.; Kids ROCK worship, 10:30 a.m.; Impulse, 6 p.m. Rob Rigsbee, senior minister. Phone: 485-4934. Web: NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP — 1574 W. Ind. 234. Worship, 8:55 a.m., 10:35 a.m.; Mark Adcock, pastor. Phone: (317) 485-7472. Web site: OUTLOOK CHRISTIAN CHURCH — 6531 N. CR 600W. Rob McCord, senior minister. Worship, 8:15 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 10:59 a.m. Phone: 335-6815. Web: FORTVILLE CHURCH OF

THE NAZARENE — 701 S. Maple St. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m.; evening service, 6 p.m.; Wednesday Ministries, 7 p.m. The Rev. Phil Edwards, senior pastor. Phone: 485-6443. Web: GATEWAY CROSSING CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE — 6621 W. Broadway, Suite 400, McCordsville. Jeff Thomas, pastor. BRIGHT POINT CHURCH —10 W. Church St. Jesse Flood, pastor. Phone: (317) 403-0323 GEIST COMMUNITY — 6697 W. CR 900N, McCordsville. Bible fellowship, 8:45 a.m. Worship, 10 a.m. Phone: 335-7500. The Rev. Matt Walker. Web: LIVING STREAMS COMMUNITY CHURCH —


MERCY BOUND MINISTRIES — 318 E. Michigan St. Worship, 6:30 p.m. Sundays and Thursdays. Harold Adams, pastor. Phone: (317) 747-4118 or (317) 445-2367. CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN — 7879 N. CR 700W, McCordsville. Worship, 10 a.m. The Rev. Nancy Howard, pastor. Phone: 335-7600. Web: FORTVILLE FIRST UNITED METHODIST — 125 E. Staat St. Worship, 10 a.m. with children’s church for ages 3 years through third grade; Sunday school, 9 a.m.; Bible studies during the week. The Rev. Dr. Karen Altergott, pastor. Phone: 485-5418. Web:

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CHURCHES Fortville/Vernon Township (cont.) E-mail: fortville McCORDSVILLE UNITED METHODIST — 6247 W. Broadway. Worship, 9:30 a.m.; church school, 10:45 a.m. John Myrland, pastor. Phone: 335-3705 and 979-2769. Web: www.mccordsvilleumc. org. Email: office@mccords FORTVILLE UNITED PENTECOSTAL — 211 S. Merrill St. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; evening service, 7:30 p.m.; Bible study, Thursday 7:30 p.m. Phone: 485-5826.


WOODBURY COMMUNITY — 8555 N. CR 500W. Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10 a.m., 6 p.m.; Wednesday 7 p.m. The Rev. Carl Cloud, pastor. Phone: 335-3312.

Greenfield/ Center Township SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST — 936 S. Morristown Pike. Worship, 9:30 a.m. Saturday; Sabbath school, 11 a.m. Saturday; prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Tuesday. Fred Troxell, pastor. ST. PAUL’S ANGLICAN CHURCH — 20 W. South St. Communion Mass, 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Tony Bender, Vicar. Phone: 501-4950. Email: dcntbender@gmail. com. REALIFE CHURCH — 971 W. U.S. 40. Worship, 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Adam and Kristin Detamore, lead pastors. Phone: 468-1100. Web: BETHEL BAPTIST — 1610 S. State St. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 8:45 a.m., 11 a.m., 6 p.m. Midweek service at 7 p.m.

Wednesday. (Spanish ministry meets at 529 Wilson St., with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. and worship at 10:30 a.m.) The Rev. Randall Parker, senior pastor, and Conrad Westbrook, associate pastor. Phone: 462-5850. Web: CALVARY BAPTIST — 1450 W. Main St. Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; Bible study, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Roger Kinion, pastor. Phone: 462-4586. Web site: FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH — 1489 E. CR 600N. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. Prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Transportation available. Dr. Larry Groves, pastor. Phone: 369-0042. Web: www.indy-faithbaptist. com. FAITHWAY BAPTIST — 610 W. Sixth St. Sunday

School, 10 a.m.; morning service, 11 a.m.; afternoon service, 2 p.m.; Wednesday prayer service at 7 p.m. Gerald Privett, pastor. Phone: (317) 462-2888. Web: www.fbcgreenfield. com. FIRST BAPTIST — 404 S. West St. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m., Bible study, 6 p.m.; prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday. Joe Merriman, pastor. Phone: 462-0021. GRACE BAPTIST OF MOHAWK — 4245 N. CR 200W. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; worship, 10:50 a.m., 6 p.m.; prayer service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Stephen Elmer, pastor. Phone: 326-2362. Web site: www.growatgrace. org. HANCOCK REFORMED BAPTIST CHURCH — 944 E. Davis Road. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship 10:30 a.m. lunch and devotions following service.

St. Michael Catholic Church 519 Jefferson Boulevard Greenfield, IN 46140 Office 462-4240 St. Michael School since 1954 Serving Grades K - 8 Theresa Slipher, Principal (317)462-6380


Sunday Mass Schedule 5pm Saturday 8am & 10:45am Sunday Fr. Bill Stumpf

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CHURCHES Bible study, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Dr. Mark Judy, pastor. Phone: 462-6722. Web: www.hancockbaptist. org. LIBERTY MISSIONARY BAPTIST (Sovereign Grace) — 1133 W. Main St., Suite B. Worship, 11 a.m. Elder C.G. Wilson, pastor. MACEDONIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST — CRs 100S and 100E. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Melvin Jones, pastor. CALVARY BIBLE METHODIST — 4465 N. Fortville Pike. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; prayer 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Michael Mater, pastor. Phone: 326-3601. Web: www.calvarybible

IMMANUEL HOLINESS CHURCH — 1032 E. Fourth St. Bible hour, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; Wednesday 7 p.m. Brian Davis, pastor. Phone: 462-7805. ST. MICHAEL’S CATHOLIC — 519 N. Jefferson Blvd. Mass, 5 p.m. Saturday; 8 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday; weekday Masses according to schedule in bulletin. Rev. Msgr. William Stumpf. Phone: 462-4240. Web:www.stmichaelsgrfld. org. GREENFIELD CHRISTIAN (Disciples of Christ) — 23 N. East St. Worship, 8:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday, 7 p.m. Phone: 462-6348. Web: PARK CHAPEL CHRISTIAN — 1176 E. McKenzie Road. Worship, 8:30 a.m., 10 and 11:30 a.m. Sunday. David Woods,

senior minister. Phone: 462-4513. Web:

GREENFIELD CHURCH OF CHRIST — 1380 S. State St. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m., 6 p.m.; Bible study, 7 p.m. Wednesday. John Skomp, minister. Phone: 462-6728. FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER CHURCH OF GOD — 1561 E. Main St. Worship, 10 a.m.; Bible study, 6:45 p.m. Wednesday. Phone: 462-2552, call for transportation. Accessible to people with disabilities. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD — 700 N. Broadway St. Morning Li.F.T. 9 a.m.; Fellowship, 9:15 a.m.; worship/Kidz Crossing, 10:30 a.m.; Evening Li.F.T. 6:30 p.m. Chris Braschler, pastor. Phone: 462-5477. Web: www.firstchurchofgodgreen Email: 1stcog@

GREENFIELD FRIENDS — 323 W. Park Ave. Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10 a.m. Rick Schoeff, pastor. Phone: 462-2756. Web: www. FAITH LUTHERAN (Missouri Synod) — 200 W. McKenzie Road. Worship, 9:15 a.m.; Fellowship, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday school, 11 a.m. Phone: 462-4609. The Rev. Wm. Daniel O’Connor, pastor. Web: www. ST. JAMES LUTHERAN — 1741 S. State St. Worship, 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Sunday school, 9:15 a.m. Lawrence Gember, pastor. Phone: 462-7340. Web: www.stjames-lutheran FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE — 1980 S.


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CHURCHES Greenfield/ Center Twp. (cont.) State St. Bible study, 9:30 a.m.; worship and children’s church, 10:30 a.m.; evening worship, 6 p.m.; programs 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Mike Clark, pastor. Phone: 468-0298. Fax: 468-0299. Web: www. STRINGTOWN NAZARENE — 52 N. CR 500E. Prayer 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; Wednesday Bible study, 7 p.m. The Rev. Josh Robertson, pastor. Phone: 462-4960. BRANDYWINE COMMUNITY CHURCH — 1551 E. New Road. Worship, 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Mark Wright, senior pastor. Phone: 462-4777. Web: EVANGEL CHRISTIAN — 1221 E. Main St., P.O. Box

453. Prayer 8:30 a.m.; coffee shop 9 a.m.; Bible study 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Phone: 326-8658. Web site: GREATER GRACE OF CENTRAL INDIANA — 320 W. Walnut St. Worship, 9:30 a.m. May through August, 10:30 a.m. September through April; evening worship, 7 p.m.; Wednesday service at 7 p.m. HIGHEST PRAISE WORSHIP CENTER — 211 W. Park Ave. Worship, 10:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Thursday. Ira Scott, pastor. Phone 467-4090, 407-9090. HARMONY COMMUNITY CHURCH (nondenominational) — 1304 Greenfield Drive. Thomas Weston, pastor. Phone: 364-7187. Coffee and fellowship, 10:30 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; lunch, 12:30 p.m.; Wednesday service, 7 p.m. RIVER OF LIFE

(nondenominational) — 119 N. Broadway. Worship, 10 a.m.; prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Wednesday. H2O ministry with Love INC. Doug Hardy, pastor. Phone: 326-4268.

John Paulson, pastor. Phone: 462-5349. Web: Email: fpcofgreenfield@att. net. BRADLEY UNITED METHODIST — 210 W. Main St. Worship, 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. (deaf interpretation at 8:30 a.m.), Sunday school, 10 a.m. The Rev. Wade Compton, senior pastor. Phone: 462-2662. Web:

APOSTOLIC PENTECOSTAL — 1202 E. Fifth St. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; prayer service, 5:30 p.m.; service, 6:30 p.m.; Bible study and youth service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Bishop Kenneth E. Brown, pastor. Phone: 462-3597. Web:

CURRY’S CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST — 3488 N. CR 375E. Worship, 10:45 a.m. Adam Payne, pastor. Phone: 326-2386.

FAITH APOSTOLIC (United Pentecostal) — 70 Tyler Ave. Worship, 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 6 p.m. Midweek service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. John Reading, pastor. Phone: 468-3248. Web:

FAITH UNITED METHODIST — 328 N. Swope St. Worship, 9:30 a.m.; fellowship time, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday school, 11 a.m. Mike Hopper, pastor. Phone: 462-4136 or 462-2506.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN — 116 W. South St. Adult Sunday school, 9:15 a.m.; youth Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.



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CHURCHES Greenfield/ Center Twp. (cont.) Park Ave. Worship, 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. The Rev. Michael Manning, senior pastor. Phone: 462-4303. Web:

Mt. Comfort/Buck Creek Township LIFELINE BAPTIST CHAPEL — 1925 N. Buck Creek Road. Bible classes, 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m. Dr. Robert Messer, pastor. Phone: 894-2111. AMITY UNITED METHODIST — 6042 W. CR 100N. Worship, 10 a.m.; Sunday school, 9 a.m. The Rev. Larry Bush, pastor. Phone: 894-3047. Web: www.amityunitedmethodist. com. MOHAWK UNITED METHODIST — 2045 W. CR

400N. Worship, 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. The Rev. Greg Pimlott, pastor. Phone: 326-2460. Web: MT. COMFORT UNITED METHODIST — 3179 N. Mt. Comfort Road (CR 600W). Christian Education, 9:15 a.m.; coffee and refreshments, 10:15 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Dave Galbraith, pastor. Phone: 894-8965. Web site: OTTERBEIN UNITED METHODIST — 2901 W. CR 200N. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Dave Wise, pastor. Phone: 326-8130. VINEYARD COMMUNITY CHURCH AT MT. COMFORT — 1672 N. CR 600W. Adult discipleship hour, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m. Rick Francis, pastor. Phone: 894-3280. Web:

New Palestine/Sugar Creek Township CHURCH 52 FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER (Assemblies of God) — 8220 Brookville Road. Worship, 9 a.m., 11 a.m. Perry Meade, pastor. Phone: 861-8648. Web: VICTORY INDEPENDENT BAPTIST — 3982 W. U.S. 40. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m., 6:30 p.m.; service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Dr. Fred Holcomb, pastor. Phone: 894-8154 or 462-1003. Web: www.victory WATER’S EDGE BAPTIST — 5954 W. CR 300S. Worship, 9:45 a.m., 6 p.m.; Daron Day, pastor. Phone: 861-5602. Web: CALVARY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP — Meeting at Family Fun and Fitness,

5151 W. U.S. 40. Worship, 10 a.m. Toby Risner, pastor. Web: www.calvarychristian COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN — 3123 S. CR 500W. Bible study, 9:15 a.m.; worship, 10:20 a.m.; evening programs 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday supper and Bible study, 6 p.m. Todd Beale, pastor. Phone: 861-5407. NEW PALESTINE CHRISTIAN (DISCIPLES OF CHRIST) — 4053 S. CR 650W. Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. Traditional worship 9:15 a.m., contemporary service, 11:30 a.m. The Rev. Travis Hacker, minister. Phone: 861-4356. Web: new HANCOCK COUNTY CHURCH OF CHRIST— 4197 S. CR 600W. Royce DeBerry, minister. Phone: (317) 891-6201. Web: www.hancockcounty


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CHURCHES New Palestine/Sugar Creek Township NEW PALESTINE CHURCH OF CHRIST — CRs 600W and 200S. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Wednesday Bible study, 7 p.m. Dewey Williams, pastor. Phone: (317) 861-6378. CROSS OF GRACE LUTHERAN (ELCA) — 3519 S. CR 600W. Traditional worship, 8:30 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. (meets 10 a.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend). Mark Havel, pastor. Phone: 861-0977. Web site: www. ZION LUTHERAN (Missouri Synod) — 6513 W. CR 300S. Saturday Praise service, 6 p.m.; Traditional service 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Sunday school and adult Bible study, 9:15 a.m. Jason W. Taylor, pastor. Phone: 861-5544.

Web site: BROOKVILLE ROAD COMMUNITY — 7480 W. U.S. 52. Worship, 9 a.m., 10:45 a.m.; Youth, 6 p.m.; Focus groups, 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Hubert Nolen, senior pastor. Phone: 8613880. Web: www.brcc NEW PALESTINE BIBLE CHURCH — 27 W. Main St. (U.S. 52). Worship at 10 a.m., Bible study for all ages at 5 p.m. Sunday. Phone 861-1210. Web: www. HIS PLACE NEW PALESTINE UNITED CHURCH — 15 E. Main St. (U.S. 52). Sunday school, 9:15 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.; Bible study, Wednesday 7 p.m. Phone: 861-4548. Web: www. NEW PALESTINE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH — 3565 S. CR 500W (Gem

Road). Church school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 8:15 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.; Dr. John C. Thomas, pastor. Phone: 861-4390. Web: email: PHILADELPHIA UNITED METHODIST — 2265 W. U.S. 40. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Janet Wanner, pastor. Phone: 462-5786.

SHIRLEY CHRISTIAN — 202 S. Meridian St. Bible school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; midweek, 7 p.m. Wednes-day. Gary Sickle, minister. Phone: (765) 738-6365. Email: WILKINSON CHURCH OF CHRIST — 7293 N. Ind. 109. Traditional worship, 8:30 a.m.; contemporary worship, 10:45 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Ryan McCarty, senior minister. Phone: (765) 781-2585. Web:

Wilkinson/ Brown Township RIGHTEOUS OAKS BAPTIST CHURCH — 310 S. Main St. (Ind. 109). Worship, 10 a.m. Pastor Steve Rayburn. Phone: (765) 785-2858. WARRINGTON FREEWILL BAPTIST — 8356 N. Ind. 109, Warrington. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m., 6 p.m. William Parson, pastor.

SHIRLEY FRIENDS — 101 S. Main St. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Jim Jackson, pastor. Web: directory/cnp/shirley.htm. SHIRLEY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE — Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.; evening service, 6 p.m.; Bible study, 7 p.m. Wednesday.


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CHURCHES WARRINGTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE — 8381 N. Nashville Road. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m., 6 p.m.; service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Norwood A. Kreuzinger, pastor. MAPLE GROVE COMMUNITY — 9866 N. Nashville Road, Wilkinson. Worship, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Bible study, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Dan Bair, pastor. Phone: (765) 785-2999. SHIRLEY-WILKINSON COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST — South and White streets, Shirley. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Jenny Charles, pastor. Phone: (765) 738-6710. Web site: WILLOW BRANCH UNITED METHODIST —

6244 N. Thomas Road, Willow Branch. Worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Adam Payne, pastor. Phone: 326-2502.

Surrounding Areas BUCK CREEK BAPTIST — 135 S. Muessing St., Cumberland. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.; prayer service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Carl A. Riley, pastor. Phone: 894-5001. CUMBERLAND FIRST BAPTIST — 116 S. Muessing St. Worship, 10 a.m.; Sunday studies and children’s music opportunities, 11 a.m. The Revs. T. Wyatt Watkins and Kevin D. Rose, pastors. Phone: 894-2645. Web site: www.cumberland HEATHER HILLS BAPTIST — 1421 N. German Church Road. Children's programs, 9 a.m.; worship, 9 a.m., fellowship

Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 am Sunday School 9:00 am Bible Studies for all ages, Sundays at 5:00 pm

time in gym, 10:15 a.m.; youth/children's Sunday school, 10:30 a.m.; adult Bible fellowship (Sunday school), 10:45 a.m.; evening service, 6 p.m. Brian McCrorie, senior pastor. Phone: 894-7474. Web site: FAITH CHAPEL INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH — 35 E. Morgan St., Knightstown. Phone: (765) 744-7660.

worship, 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m.; pitch-in lunch, noon. Dr. Wayne Scott, pastor. Phone: (765) 763-7657. OAKLANDON BAPTIST — 12130 Pendleton Pike. Worship, 10 a.m., 6 p.m.; mid-week, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Web site: PENDLETON BAPTIST — 207 Old State Road 132W. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 7 p.m. Phone: 778-4433. Web site:

FAIRLAND BAPTIST TEMPLE — 7051 N. CR 600W. Worship, 9:30 a.m.; church school, 10:30 a.m. Phone: 835-8268. KNIGHTSTOWN FIRST BAPTIST — 210 E. Jackson, Knightstown. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m., 6 p.m.; midweek service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Pastor Tim Smith. Phone: (765) 345-2815. FAITH BAPTIST — 323 S. Washington St., Morristown. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.;

KNIGHTSTOWN BETHEL HOLINESS — 242 W. Morgan. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.; prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Wednesday. George Maloyed Jr., pastor. Phone: (765) 345-2307. ST. ROSE CATHOLIC — 8144 W. U.S. 40, Knightstown. Mass at noon Sunday. Phone:

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CHURCHES Surrounding Areas (continued) (765) 345-5595. CUMBERLAND CHRISTIAN — 39 N. Starter St. Bible school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.; activities, 6 p.m.; Bible study, 6 p.m. Wednesday. Tom Scott, minister. Phone: 894-3756. Web: cumberlandchristian EAST STREET CHRISTIAN — First and East streets in Carthage. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Phone: (765) 565-6216. FAIRLAND CHRISTIAN — 109 S. Mulberry St., P.O. Box 430, Fairland. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Les Bearden, pastor. Phone: (317) 835-2984. Web: www.



CHRISTIAN — 797 W. Brookville Road (U.S. 52). Bible study, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. Joshua Hahn, senior minister. Phone: 861-5382. GWYNNEVILLE CHRISTIAN — King and Mulberry streets. Bible study, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 8:30 and10:45 a.m. Class at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Nick Keaton, minister. GRANT CITY WESLEYAN — 4387 S. Grant City Road, Shirley. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Kids club and adult Bible study, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Josh Johnson, pastor. Phone: (765) 376-7497 INGALLS CHRISTIAN — 101 N. Randall. Worship, 10:30 a.m. Mike Hammans, pastor. MORRISTOWN CHRISTIAN — 209 S. Washington St., Morristown.

Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10 a.m. Fred Hickman, pastor. Phone: (765) 763-6155. NEW REVELATION CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples of Christ) — meeting in St. John United Church of Christ building at 11000 E. Washington St. Sunday school, 11:15 a.m.; worship, 12:30 p.m.; Wednesday Bible study, 7 p.m. The Rev. Richard A. Reynolds, pastor. Phone: 891-6722. Web: KNIGHTSTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST — In former Raysville school. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. EAST RAWLES AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD — 9801 E. Rawles Ave., Indianapolis. Ron Polly, pastor. Phone: 899-1703. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; Worship, 10:45 a.m., 6 p.m.

R.E.A.L. COMMUNITY CHURCH (INGALLS CHURCH OF GOD) — 238 Meridian St. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m., 7 p.m.; midweek service, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Jack Stout, pastor. Phone: 485-5021. Web: COMMUNITY CHURCH OF FOUNTAINTOWN — 11715 N. Main St. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:45 a.m. Michael Smith, pastor. Phone: (317) 861-9653 or (317) 861-3714. ST. MATTHEW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH — 8320 E. 10th St., Indianapolis. Worship, 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m. (times vary with season); Wednesday service, 10 a.m. The Rev. Mark Van Wassenhove, rector. Phone: 898-7807. Web: CARTHAGE FRIENDS — South Main Street. Sunday

Fortville First United Methodist Church 125 E. Staat Street

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All who are seeking dynamic preaching, warm-hearted relationships, and joyous spiritual music are especially welcome in our sanctuary. Bible studies for adults are scheduled throughout the week.

Worship Services: Sunday School (All Ages) - 9:00 am Sunday Morning Worship - 10:00 am Children are welcome in worship (nursery available) Children’s Church for 3 year - 3rd grade. Easy access: elevator entrance at lower west side of building

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“The church with a big heart in the heart of town, where the love of Christ grows and shows!” e-mail:

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CHURCHES school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10 a.m. Paul Williamson, pastor. KNIGHTSTOWN FRIENDS MEETING â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 214 E. Brown St. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.; Bible study, 6:15 p.m. Wednesday. Phone: (765) 345-2371. Web: www.knightstown WALNUT RIDGE FRIENDS MEETING â&#x20AC;&#x201D; CRs 800N and 900W, Carthage. Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study, 6 p.m. Shane Arthur, pastor. Phone: (765) 565-6121. Website: GEIST-HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN (Missouri Synod) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 8115 Oaklandon Road, Oaklandon. Worship, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, 8:30


a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday, Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Phone: 823-5801. Web: CHRIST FELLOWSHIP â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 4833 S. Ind. 109, Knightstown. Worship, 10:15 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Bill Roberts, senior pastor. Phone: (765) 545-0447. Website: KNIGHTSTOWN - FAITH CHAPEL â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 359 E. Morgan St. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.; midweek, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Randy Gross, pastor. Phone: (765) 345-7015. GRACE TEMPLE OF KNIGHTSTOWN â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 132 E. Main St. Worship, 10 a.m., 6 p.m.; midweek, 7 p.m. Wednesday. Danny Silvers, pastor. GRANDVIEW CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 9064 W. Grandview Blvd., Pendleton. Worship, 10:30

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IRVINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; 55 Johnson Ave., Indianapolis. Worship, 10 a.m.; vespers, 6 p.m. Phone: (317) 356-7225. Email: ST. JOHN UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 11000 E. Washington St., Cumberland. Sunday school, 9 a.m.; worship, 10 a.m. The Rev. Audrey Alexander, pastor. Phone: 894-7958. Web site: CUMBERLAND UNITED METHODIST â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 219 N. Muessing Road. Worship, 9 a.m., 11 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. The Rev. Jeffery Mair, pastor. Phone: 894-3454. FAIRVIEW UNITED METHODIST â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 1850 W. Shelby CR 900N, Fountaintown. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship,

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Harvest Church presents an annual Block Party outside McCordsville Elementary School. The Saturday event features live music, games, food and prizes.

10:30 a.m. Johnny Lee Sanders, pastor. Phone: 861-9950. FOUNTAINTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH — 11715 N. Main St. Worship, 9 a.m., Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. Pastor Gwen Pew. Phone: (765) 5206360. GRACE COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST — 11715 W. Main St., Fountaintown. Worship, 9 a.m., Sunday school, 10:15 a.m. David Bryan, pastor. KNIGHTSTOWN UNITED METHODIST — 27 S. Jefferson St. Worship, 9 a.m., Sunday school, 10:30 a.m Ken Wells, pastor. Phone: (765) 345-5912. MORRISTOWN UNITED METHODIST — 221 S.

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CARTHAGE NEW LIFE WESLEYAN — 105 N. East St. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m., worship, 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m. Prayer meeting, 7 p.m. The Rev. David Gates, pastor.

HARVEST (WESLEYAN) — Meeting at 14051 E. 104th St., Fortville. Worship, 10 a.m. Brad LeRoy, pastor. Phone: (317) 605-3167.




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ORGANIZATIONS CONTRIBUTE TO COUNTY'S RELIGIOUS FABRIC Along with about 100 churches, Hancock County is home to a variety of other religiously affiliated groups. Among them are: „Agape Family Ministries New Palestine (317) 435-0405 AFM offers music ministry, retreats and Bible classes. The director is the Rev. Robert H. Miller, a retired United Methodist pastor.

(317) 468-6300 Love in the Name of Christ helps churches network with agencies to help those living in poverty. „Life Choices Care Center 1454 N. State St. (317) 467-9700 (24 hours) Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. PCG provides alternatives to abortion counseling and pregnancy testing at no charge. Walk-ins welcome.

„Alexander Christian Foundation 312B E. Main St., P.O. Box 246, Greenfield (317) 467-1223 This nonprofit organization, founded in 1964, awards scholarships to young people to attend Bible college. „Changing Hearts Greenfield (317) 462-5715 Changing Hearts organizes prayer gatherings and distributes bookmarks bearing a prayer of repentance to help "return the culture to God." „Greater Greenfield Ministerial Association c/o President Russel Jarvis, lead chaplain, Hancock

„WJCF (88.1 FM) Greenfield (317) 467-9523 This Christian radio station serves East Central Indiana.

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„World Renewal International Greenfield (317) 467-9899 World Renewal promotes the creation of new congregations in Mexico, Brazil, Haiti and other countries.

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Daily Reporter file photo He’s the man: James Whitcomb Riley (Jeff Kuell of Greensburg) sits comfortably as he

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Every summer, the Hancock County Fairgrounds becomes a gathering place for 4-Hâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ers, their family and the whole community. The annual 4-H Fair celebrates the achievements of kids who have spent months preparing to show animals and complete projects ranging from rocketry to insect collecting. For non 4-Hâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ers, the baby contest, pet parade and demolition derby provide lots of laughs and thrills. Live music, square dancing and carnival rides also contribute to the fair atmosphere. And there's plenty of food to satisfy every appetite â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from milkshakes to ribeye sandwiches to chicken and noodles. The 2013 Hancock County 4-H Fair is scheduled for June 21-28. For more information about the fair, log on to www.ces. htm.

Daily Reporter file photo A little encouragement: Evan Arthur, 8, pops a wheelie during the Pedal Pull at the 2012

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SPECIAL EVENTS Strawberry Festival Strawberries, shortcake and ice cream. It’s a taste of summer. The First Presbyterian Church hosts this familyfriendly event typically on the second Friday of June. Musicians entertain while festival-goers enjoy their desserts. Proceeds from the festival go to local organizations such as Meals on Wheels and the local Fraternal Order of Police. For more information, visit

Pennsy Trail Art Fair and Music Festival The historic Pennsy Trail is the site of an annual art fair that features dozens of juried artists representing the best of the Midwest and beyond. The event takes place in June along the Pennsy Trail, one block west of downtown Greenfield, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission is free, and .


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SPECIAL EVENTS Entertainment on the Plaza Each summer, free concerts take place at 7 p.m. on Fridays on the Hancock County Courthouse Plaza. The concerts feature musicians performing everything from oldies to patriotic marches to Southern Gospel. Learn more about the series by logging on to www. and clicking on “GBC in the Community.”

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Lord’s Acre Festival This festival at McCordsville United Methodist Church traditionally features a fish fry, live auction, quilt exhibit, parade, vendor booths and Sunday morning services under the festival tent. The weekend festival gets its name from a 1950s fund drive in which members pledged the proceeds from an acre of farmed land. (Members who were not farmers came up with other ideas for their giving.) The offerings were presented in the fall. For more details, log on to

New Palestine Fall Festival The festival is a homecoming to New Palestine residents. It takes place on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday after Labor Day. The festival is hosted by the New Palestine Lions Club at its community building on U.S.

Shirley Founders Day This mid-August celebration honors Shirley’s founders. The festival in Shirley Town Park features food and live entertainment by the historical museums along South Depot Street. It also includes a parade, talent show and the presentation of the David L. Estell Civic Award.

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SPECIAL EVENTS Christmas Lights Parade and Festival The annual Christmas Lights Parade and Festival in Greenfield brings hundreds of people to downtown. Bradley United Methodist Church serves a soup-andsandwich dinner before the parade, and the Chamber of Commerce offers hot chocolate on its front porch. In addition to the parade, there is a tree lighting, live Nativity, Santa’s House and live entertainment. The event takes place in cooperation with the Greater Greenfield Chamber of Commerce and city departments. Several vendors set up shop, and many downtown businesses extend their hours to accommodate visitors.

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Gary Davis and the Brandywine Wind serenade festivalgoers on the Hancock County Courthouse Plaza during the 2011 Christmas Lights Parade and Festival.

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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS HANCOCK COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY Contact: Michael Adkins (317) 462-4095 HANCOCK COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY Contact: Larry Ervin 123 E. Main St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 477-1188 Ext. 1 HANCOCK COUNTY EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS Contacts: Bert Jones 802 Apple St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-1113 Hancock/Pages/ Extension Homemakers. aspx HANCOCK COUNTY HERB SOCIETY Contact: Carolyn Swinford (317) 326-2274

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JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 312 E. Main St., Suite C Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-2141 Fax: (317) 467-1449 JANE ROSS REEVES OCTAGON HOUSE FOUNDATION Darrell Deck, president Shirley, Indiana 47384 (765) 445-0062 KAPPA KAPPA SIGMA SORORITY, ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER Contact: Marthalou Wooten 210 N. Pennsylvania Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-9293

KIWANIS OF GREENFIELD Contact: Bob Gullion 1700 E. CR 300N Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-5118 LEADERSHIP HANCOCK COUNTY Contact: Donieta Ross, president One Courthouse Plaza Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 477-4188, ext. 280 LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF HANCOCK COUNTY Contact: Robert White (765) 571-2419 LOVE INC OF GREATER HANCOCK COUNTY P.O. Box 132 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-6300 NEIGHBORHOODS AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE 98 E. North St., Suite 211

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• Indiana Elks supports Cancer Research having donated over $8 million to IU Melvin - Brie Simon Cancer Center and the Purdue Cancer Research Center

Additional Services: - Odor Removal - Carpet & Furniture Protector - Excessive Soiling Extra - Steps - $2 per step - Carpet Repairs & Re-stretch Family Owned & Operated C -------------------

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• Cataract Patient Care • Lasik Surgery Consultation and Care • Treatment of Eye Diseases & Emergencies



INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION SUPPORT GROUP, HANCOCK FOREVER FAMILIES Contacts: Beth Virt, (317) 440-9948, or April Arts Grass, (317) 695-1438


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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS RILEY OLD HOME SOCIETY 250 W. Main St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-8539

KAPPA KAPPA KAPPA, INC. UPSILON CHAPTER P.O. Box 963 Greenfield, IN 46140 Ann Ott, president (317) 697-4003 VOLUNTEER HANCOCK COUNTY Contact: Paula Jarrett One Courthouse Plaza Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 467-2346 www.volunteerhancock

RILEY WRANGLERS SQUARE DANCE CLUB Contact: Steve and Shirley Rifner (765) 763-6289 (317) 459-1319 ROTARY CLUB OF GREENFIELD Contact: Fred Fentz (317) 467-6571

David Berard, secretary (317) 462-9681

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WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION HAWK'S TAIL COUNTRY CLUB Contact: Donna Owen, president 1320 Greenhills Road Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-7609

SHARES INC. Brandywine Industries Contact: Ryan Bethel 645 S. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-4824

SISTER CITIES OF GREENFIELD INC. Robert Young, president (317) 908-8023 www.sistercitiesof

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Hoosier Poet's home: The Riley Old Home Society takes care of the items in the boyhood home of James Whitcomb Riley, and conducts tours there much of the year.

ROTARY CLUB OF GREENFIELD SUNRISE Contact: Linda Evans SERTOMA CLUB Contact: Benny Eaton, president (317) 462-2058

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CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS EASTERN HANCOCK EDUCATION FOUNDATION HancockEdFd E. CR 250N, Charlottesville, IN 46117 (317) 936-5444 Board of Directors President: Cheryl Apple Tim Lewis, Ryan McCarty, Mike McMahan, Jeremy Lowes, Tami White, Steve Wilson, Mitch Blocher, Andy Ebbert, Elvin Thomas, LuAnn Kramer; Ex-officio Randy Harris HANCOCK COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 312 E. Main St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-8870 President: Mary Gibble Board Members David O’Donnell (chair) Tom Seng, Jim Miller, Teri Dunlavy, Wayne Beck, Mike Burrow, Lorraine Ewing, Chris McQueeny, Jon Miller, Suan Nichter, Fred Powers, Bill Wel-

don, Tim Clark, Pam Hayes, Darlene Seifert, Ann Vail, Josh Daugherty, Bob Bogigian HANCOCK REGIONAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION www.hancockregionalhospi 801 N. State Street Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-4583 Executive Director Kristi Barber kbarber@hancockregional. org Board of Directors Emily Capen, Dane Erlewein, Beverly Gard, Annie Grinstead, Tom Haines, Lynn Kleiman, Kathy Locke, Clarke Mercer, Becky Riley, Renee Rupley, Star Sanford, MaryJo Shaw, Joe Smith, Walter Waitt, Jason White, Scott Hiatt; Ex-officio Rob Matt, Bobby Keen GREENFIELD CENTRAL SCHOOL FOUNDATION 110 W. North St, Greenfield, IN 46140

(317) 477-4103 Executive Director Myra Bleill Board Members Steve Bryant, Susanna Combs, Nancy Dezelan, Linda Gellert, Joey Johnson, Dr. Todd Kaminski, Kim Kile, Dan Leary, Michael Mack, Becky Riley, Rachel Strong, Ty Wooten MT. VERNON EDUCATION FOUNDATION 1776 W. Ind. 234 Fortville, IN 46040 (317) 482-4110 Board of Directors President –Tony May Nancy Werner, Jan Viehweg, Amanda Perdue, Shannon Walls, Patricia Beaty, B.J. Erlewein, Jack McKinney, Jeffry Young; Ex-officio Bill Riggs, Kevin Burk UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL INDIANA HANCOCK COUNTY One Courthouse Plaza

P.O. Box 714 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 467-2346 Area Director Paula Jarrett Advisory Board Jeff Somers (chair), Mary Gibble, Linda Hart, Bill Weldon, Dawn Earlywine, Greg Mankey, Bobbi Dunne, Robb Farris, Vickie Mattox, Terry Miller, Diane Sterchi, Myra Bleill, Paul Bongen, Louisa Hayenga, Kelly Johnson, Ted McKinney, Brad Nicholson SOUTHERN HANCOCK EDUCATION FOUNDATION www.southernhancockedu P.O. Box 711 New Palestine, IN 46163 Board of Directors President: Randy Faunce Steve Henry (president elect), Susie Jameson, Kari Morwick, Russ Eller, Mark Kern, Michelle Overy, Austin Potter, Tony Strangeway, Bob Vincent, Betty Whittemore, Russ Worman

“Your full service eyecare professionals.”

Services include complete visual examinations including cataract and glaucoma evaluation. Prescriptions for eye glasses and/or contacts if needed. Examinations are performed by Dr. Paul Joyner. Dr. Joyner is an independent licensed optometrist with 33 years experience in optometry. Zoey Woods has worked as an optical dispenser for 24 years. Zoey worked in Richmond for 17 years before joining the Greenfield Staff 7 years ago. Zoey specializes in contact lens care and handling, frame selection and dispensing of eyewear. Christina Farina has been a Hancock County Resident 35 years. Christina

Katherine has managed Optivision for 21 years. She has been an optician for 27 years and is American Board of Opticianery certified. Katherine runs the in-store finishing lab and specializes in the fabrication, fitting, dispensing, adjusting and repair of eyewear. Dr. Joyner, Katherine, Zoey, and Christina would like to thank all of Back Row L-R: Dr. Paul Joyner, Christina Farina our loyal patients we have worked Front Row L-R: Zoey Woods, Katherine Lowder with for many years. You are the reason for our continued success. Please stop in to see our expanded frame selection or call to arrange an You will love what you see. appointment today.

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4-H CLUBS AND LEADERS 4-H is one of the leading extra-curricular activities for young people in Hancock County. More than 1,200 youths in grades 3 through 12 participate countywide. A growing number of even younger children, kindergarten through second grade, participate in the Mini 4-H program. Membership in 4-H helps teach young people about responsibility and character. More than two dozen clubs countywide meet regularly to plan activities and projects for the annual 4-H Fair, which is held every June at the Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds in Greenfield. Youths can join any club they want, but most attend meetings in townships where they live or join clubs of which friends already are members. For more information on the 4-H program, contact Sarah Burke at the Hancock County office of Purdue Extension in Greenfield, (317) 462-1113. The following is a list of 4-H clubs in the county:


BLUE RIVER TOWNSHIP Blue River Guys & Gals Kathi Riggs, (317) 4500082 Tarra Youngclaus, (317) 450-0081 Lin Ebbert, (309) 255-7968 Amanda Locker, (317) 4980195 Royal Ramblers Mary Jessup, (317) 4627147 Janet Sickle, (765) 7852527

BRANDYWINE TOWNSHIP Brandywine’s Best Debi Hill, (317) 462-1561 Heather Hill, (317) 4622919 Joannie Bowen, (317) 8615265


Future Challengers Kelly Merlau, (317) 8615136 Clip Clop Clovers Joannie Bowen, (317) 8615265 Linda Petty, (765) 9382145 Michelle Earl, (317) 6797532 Amanda McNicholas, (317) 326-2789

BROWN TOWNSHIP Barnyard Buddies Tina Gibson, (765) 6246196 Belinda Stamper, (864) 367-5938 County Line Ag Diane Apple, (765) 7856105 Tracy Gulden, (317) 4984819

BUCK CREEK TOWNSHIP 4-H Friend-z Deb Cochard, (317) 3262030 Cheryl Cochard, (317) 3261696 Carol Pool, (317) 326-8378

CENTER TOWNSHIP Blue Jays Harry Tracy, (317) 4624290 Laura Tracy, (317) 4981367 Country Kids Pam Kerkhof, (317) 3261054 Holly Shore, (317) 3264328 Elyse Cory, (317) 498-4281 Julie Elsbury (317) 4985231

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Smith Imp lements is celebrating 30 years ! When we star ted Smith Implements ,we wanted to create a business that could hel p the peop le and businesses of South-Central Indiana. And we 've been dedicated to cari ng for our customers and offering top-quality equipment ever since.That's why we decided to carry John Deere we wanted to give our customers the best .Their values are ourvalues , and while John Deere is celebrating its 175th anniversar y this year,

we're celebrating our 30th. Here's to a trad ition of quality.dependability, hard work and exceptional service.

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Greensburg, IN 3871 W. Old State Road 46 (812) 663-5992

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Richmond, IN 3421 West State Road 38 (765) 962-7330

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4-H CLUBS AND LEADERS Jackson Achievers Karen Campbell, (317) 467-9001

Kickin’ Clovers Meggie Foster, (317) 4985231 Ruth Ann Roney, (317) 457-4769


Fantastic 4-Hers Teresa Bever, (317) 4623332

Sugar Creek 4-H Candy Trout, (317) 3311035



Patty’s Pak Mickie Hansen, (317) 3264359 Cheryl Reynolds, (317) 326-4193 Tristan Blach, (317) 4627080 File photo Show and tell: 4-H members can take on a wide variety of

projects, with the opportunity to share what they've learned. Luke Muckerheide, 9, presents his insect collection at the Hancock County 4-H fair as his mother, Michelle, looks on. Dawn Wallace, (765) 7856448 Kim Blue – (317) 498-6567 Traci Carter, (317) 4983617


Country Kritters Cathie Hickerson, (317) 752-2937 Vickie Ramsey, (317) 9365657

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Up North Club Lisa Colles, (317) 7780503 Stacey Valentine, (317) 326-3495




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Up North Club Lisa Colles, (317) 7780503 Stacey Valentine, (317) 326-3495

Cool Clovers Laura Phares, (317) 3262573 Rhonda Beeker, (317) 4625376 Molly Elsbury (317) 3263808

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Kellie Goad, (317) 3357544 Amanda Stiffler, (317) 5087322

Valuable lessons:

Bicycle Club Jay and Stephanie Jones, (317) 326-2015 Paws & Pals (county dog club) Jan Cochard, (317) 3263032 Carla Nelson, (317) 4986633 Jean Doss, (317) 861-8897 Melissa Anderson, (317) 335-3702 Catherine Mathews, (317) 462-3870 Gwen Cochard, (317) 3263032 Trudy Williams, (317) 4623955 Karen and Robert Frost, (317) 326-5547 Melissa Anderson, (317) 335-3702 Debbie Horn, (317) 341-3915 Goats R Us Amberlee Hudson (317)

4-H animal projects involve more than raising the animal. For instance, Emily Jones, 13, learns from her venture selling the rabbits she raises, saving her earnings towards college.

Junior Master Gardener No leader at presstime Contact Sarah Burke, (317) 462-1113 Mini 4-H Helen Roney, (317) 3268488

File photo 462-6624 Penny Hunt (317) 3262627 Mike Vandenbark (317) 498-0603 Shana Wolfenberger (317) 326-8121 Bits and Pieces Horse and Pony 4-H Club Wyneta Duncan, (317) 462-9224 Beth Gentory, (765) 7637366 Arlyne Layton, (317) 3411308

Brian and Tamara Vannarsdall, (317) 468-1159 Candy Trout, (317) 3311035 Hancock Co. 4-H Llama and Alpaca Club Brian and Sherri Miller, (317) 498-1409 Bunnies Hop-A-Lot (county rabbit club) David Wildman, (317) 4674889 Robert Branscum, (317) 462-2074

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BUSINESS & COMMERCE Hancock County is becoming well-known for its concentration of employers that specialize in life sciences, but it also has a strong base in manufacturing. Major automakers depend on parts made at plants in the county.

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In demand: Indiana Box is in the middle of a major expansion in 2012.

Novelty Inc. Address: 351 W. Muskegon Drive, Greenfield What they do: This company markets various novelty items — toys, pins, patriotic items, knickknacks — to gas stations and convenience stores. Licensed products include NASCAR-themed items, and in-house artists

design novelties just for the company, as well as packaging for imported novelties. Employees: 127 Worth noting: Greenfieldbased Novelty acquired Kipp Brothers Toys, a company that’s been around since 1880, earlier this year. Novelty opened a Kipp store at 491 W. Muskegon Drive,

Address: 2200 Royal Drive, Greenfield What they do: The county's fastest growing industrial employer started as a pallet processor and manufacturer in Greenfield in the 1950s. When that location burned in 1999, operations were moved to the current location. Indiana Box is now a member of the Royal Group, specializing in corrugated products and packing supplies and has a large number of clients in the medical field.

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the west side of its Greenfield headquarters. The store features a variety of novelty item merchandise: Pez dispensers, stuffed animals, inspirational religious items, sunglasses, Frisbees, miniature cars, pom poms and more.

Employees: 40 (plans to add 30 in the next five years) Worth noting: Indiana Box has plans to expand its current facility, adding an additional 47,000 square feet for storage and manufacturing.


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TOP BUSINESSES AT A GLANCE Covance Address: 2001 W. Main St., Greenfield What it does: Covance is one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive drug development services companies. Based in Princeton, N.J., the company provides a variety of pre-clinical and clinical development services for industries including biotech, environmental, food supplements and pharmeceuticals.

Tom Russo / Daily Reporter Local landmark: Covance occupies the campus of what was for generations the Eli Lilly

Greenfield laboratories.

Employees: 565 Worth noting: In June, Covance floated a proposal that could bring 465 jobs over the nest five years to Greenfield. The $150 million expansion could include both new buiildings and renovation of existing structures. Online: Address: 22 W. New Road,

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We are a member of “Quality Connection,” a national organization of Electrical Contractors that exceeds standards for workplace safety & productivity.

Reporter frequently makes improvements to its website and posts news alerts on Facebook and Twitter (@GreenfieldDR and @GDRsports).

Fortville-McCordsville Reporter and New Palestine Reporter. The Daily Reporter also houses a commercial printing business that handles print jobs from a wide variety of customers.

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What they do: A division of Eli Lilly and Co., Elanco is a global research-based company that develops and markets products to improve animal health and production.

Employees: 2,400 worldwide, 475 locally

buildings at its Greenfield world headquarters. The structures will include office and meeting space and a cafeteria. The $14 million project could bring 200 new jobs to Greenfield by 2015.

Worth noting: Elanco is planning to construct two new


Last year, the firm launched a companion animal business that focuses on products for dogs and cats.

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Address: 2500 Innovation Way, P.O. Box 708, EL05, Greenfield

Address: 3023 N. Distribution Way, Greenfield What they do: Indianapolisbased EnerDel is a pioneer in developing lithium-ion battery technologies for the automotive and energy storage sectors. A new manufacturing facility in Mt. Comfort has enabled the company to significantly increase its battery pack production. Employees: More than 100 jobs are promised by the end of 2012. Worth noting: After parent company Ener1 filed for bankruptcy in early 2012, the company emerged from chapter 11 protection reenergized, refocused and private. EnerDel has rebranded and moved the majority of its operations to the Mt. Comfort facility in Hancock County.

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What they do: GBC offers business and personal banking services in seven locations across the county. The Greenfield-based business has roots dating back to 1871. It is Greenfield’s only locally owned bank and has branches in Cumberland, Fortville, McCordsville and New Palestine.

What they do: Hancock Physician Network is a primary care network of physicians who practice in Hancock county. Specialties include internal medicine, pediatrics, family practice, pulmonary medicine and mental health.

Employees: 138

Worth noting: Hancock Physician Network added another new practice this year: Hancock Surgical Group. The group was formed after the departure of longtime general surgeons Ted and Cam Gabrielsen. It is committed to keeping several surgery services available in Hancock County. Online:

Employees: About 151

Worth noting: Greenfield Banking Company is under new leadership. After a decade at the helm and more than 40 years with the company, former president Jim Miller retired in June. He was succeeded by John Kennedy. Online: Address: 156 W. Muskegon Drive, Greenfield

John Kennedy (left) succeeded outgoing Greenfield Banking Company President Jim Miller (right) in June.



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TOP BUSINESSES AT A GLANCE Hancock Regional Hospital Address: 801 N. State St., Greenfield What they do: Hancock Regional is the countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only fully-staffed hospital. Some of its numerous services include a bariatric center, cardiology services, orthopedic services, wound healing, a diabetes center, diagnostic imaging, emergency medi-

cine, home health and surgical services.

Online: Address: 1300 W. Anderson Blvd., Greenfield

Employees: 878 total Worth noting: Hancock Regional Hospital made a commitment in 2012 to increase employee health. Hundreds of employees have participated in programs that award them for being proactive about their health, including a walking program, weight loss challenge and fitness center memberships.

Indiana Automotive Fasteners What they do: Indiana Automotive Fasteners makes fasteners for virtually all parts of an automobile in a

713,000-square-foot plant. Its customers include Toyota, Ford, Honda and Takata Corp. Employees: 372 Worth noting: IAFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parent company, Aoyama Seisakusho Japan, has other plants in Japan, the Czech Republic, China and Thailand. Online: www.asj-fasteners. top.html;

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TOP BUSINESSES AT A GLANCE Irving Materials Address: 8032 N. Ind. 9, and 2251 E. CR 300N What they do: This seller of ready-mix concrete and aggregates – blends involving sand and gravel – was founded in Hancock County in 1946 by “Skunk” Irving and has grown to include facilities throughout most of Indiana, central Kentucky and Tennessee, as well as a location in Old Shawneetown, Ill. Employees: 70 Worth noting: In 2012, IMI acquired competitor Rock Industries, adding 20 employees to the IMI roster and expanding mining operations to 18 with Rock's Plymouth and Peru quarries. On the Web:

Growing business:

Irving Materials,' headquartered near Maxwell, acquired Rock Industries Inc. in 2012.

Keihin IPT Manufacturing Inc. Address: 400 W. New Road, Greenfield What they do: Keihin manufactures air and fuel management systems primarily for Honda automobiles, including intake manifolds and fuel delivery systems.

Keihin also has facilities in Muncie, Tarboro, N.C., and Capac, Mich. Employees: 815 Worth noting: Keihin, with its North American headquarters in Greenfield, has 17 facilities throughout Japan. The company has three facilities, as well as its headquarters and a research and development center, in the city of Kakuda, which is Greenfield’s sister

city. Eleven of Keihin’s facilities are in the Miyagi and Tochigi prefectures, which are the areas most impacted by a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and destructive tsunami that struck the island nation in March 2011. Keihin’s Japan facilities received varying degrees of damage but most recovered quickly. Online:

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TOP BUSINESSES AT A GLANCE NineStar Connect Address: South campus, 2243 E. Main St.; north campus, 2231 E. CR 600N, Greenfield. What they do: The cooperative offers telecommunications services like broadband Internet, telephone, video and security solutions to residential and business customers. The electric services division provides electric power to customers in Hancock and parts of Hamilton, Madison and Rush counties. NineStar Connect has approximately 14,000 customers with about 5,000 customers having services from both the communications and power divisions.

year, NineStar has continued its rollout of fiber-optic connections. The fiber allows customers to access advanced telecommunications services, like faster Internet. Online: Board of Directors Darrell H. Thomas Doyle S. Baker Stephen Vail Thomas Kirby David G. Heller Joseph Paxton Don Shaw Richard C. Parker Ronnie Mohr Kim Cronk Mark Evans Philip M. Hayes James E. Cherry Robert Glazier James Gillett

Employees: 115 Worth noting: Over the past

Connected: Ninestar has the services of Indiana's top celebrity spokescat, Garfield.

University Loft What they do: University Loft sells a variety of furniture to universities, developers, retailers, hotels and the military. Founded in 1986, the privately-held company manages more than 1,200 college and university accounts. Employees: 136

Loft’s headquarters and manufacturing plant are under one roof in western Hancock County. The manufacturing plant, into which the company moved in 2008, covers more than 500,000 square feet of floor space. A total of 58,000 square feet is dedicated to showroom space on site. Loft products now are available at more than 400 retailers. Online:

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TOP BUSINESSES AT A GLANCE Avery Dennison Address: 870 W. Anderson Blvd., Greenfield What they do: The plant manufactures adhesive labeling. This is one of many Fasson facilities worldwide, part of a global operation that makes adhesives, labels, tapes, stickers, printable fabric, window decals, highlighters, report covers, postage stamps and other products. Employees: 263 Worth noting: The company's applications extend into 12 wide-ranging areas, including apparel, automotive, electronics, medical and health care, government and transportation. Online: com


Stanley Black & Decker Address: 501 W. New Road, Greenfield, and Building No. 111 in the Mt. Comfort Commercial Park, CR 400N What they do: These two new additions to the Greenfield business landscape are two parts of one umbrella. The New Road plant manufactures industrial fasteners, various types of steel fasteners and industrial applications equipment. Processes include wire forming, metal stamping, wire processing, pneumatic tool assembly and customized engineering support. Stanley Securities is occupying the Mt. Comfort Commerical Park location. It specializes in products ranging from locks and hinges to custom-

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ized security systems. Employees: The New Road facility transferred about 90 jobs from the Shelbyville plant and will add 80 new jobs by the end of 2012. Stanley securities transferred about 90 jobs from Marion County and will hire about 30 more Worth noting: Connecticutbased Stanley merged with

Black & Decker in 2011. The combined company had net sales of $2.4 billion in the second quarter. The firm boasts a wide assortment of well-known brands, including Black & Decker, DeWalt, Bostitch, Mac Tools and Stanley Hand Tools. Online: www.stanleyblackanddecker. com


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HANCOCK ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL HEDC 2012 Executive Committee President, Larry Siegler, The Peterson Company Vice President, Cathy Wenning, Duke Energy Treasurer, Tonya Galbraith, McCordsville Town Manager Secretary, Jim Bogemann, Runnebohm Construction 2012 Board of Directors Jeff Somers, Ameriana Bank Tom Bruns, Aqua Indiana, Inc. Steve Lains, BAGI/Hancock Co. Builders Council www.hancockcountubuilders. com Randall Shields, Daily Reporter – HNE Printing Doug Roth, Elanco

John Kennedy, Greenfield Banking Company Bobby Keen, Hancock Regional Hospital Karen Deno, MIBOR Bill Henry, Milestone Tim Hills, NineStar Connect 2012 Members Retta Livengood, Greenfield/Hancock County Chamber of Commerce, Dianne Osborne,HCPL Greg Carwein, Hancock County Visitors Bureau Debby Hildebrandt, New Palestine Area Chamber, www.newpalestinechamber. com Ron Pritzke, Pritzke & Davis David Sherry, Vectren Energy Delivery

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MEDIA Print DAILY REPORTER Publication: Daily evening (Mon.-Thurs.); Saturday morning Circulation: 7,200 Randall Shields, Publisher David Hill, Editor 22 W. New Road Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-5528 Fax: (317) 467-6009, (317) 4676017 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MondayFriday Business: Newsroom: Circulation: Classified advertising: Retail advertising: THE ADVERTISER Publication: Weekly (Thursday) Circulation: 7,100 Randall Shields, Publisher David Hill, Editor 22 W. New Road Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-5528 Fax: (317) 467-6009, (317) 467-6017 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday



WJCF-FM 88.1 Radio Mom, Adult Contemporary WRFM-FM 89.1 Oldies Jennifer or Marty Hensley 15 Wood St., Greenfield Phone: (317) 462-9523 WRGF-FM 89.7 Tim Renshaw, faculty adviser Greenfield-Central High School

FORTVILLE-McCORDSVILLE REPORTER Publication: Weekly (Thursday) Circulation: 6,000 Randall Shields, Publisher Scott Slade, Editor 22 W. New Road Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-5528 Fax: (317) 467-6009 or (317) 467-6017 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday Business: Newsroom: Circulation: Classified advertising: Retail advertising: NEW PALESTINE REPORTER Publication: Weekly (Friday) Circulation: 5,700 Randall Shields, Publisher Scott Slade, Editor 22 W. New Road Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 462-5528 Fax: (317) 467-6009 or (317) 4676017

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MondayFriday Business: Newsroom: Circulation: Classified advertising: Retail advertising: NEW PALESTINE PRESS Publication: Weekly (Thursday) Circulation: 2,500 Becky Gaines, publisher Vickie Williams, editor 25 W. Mill, P.O. Box 407 New Palestine, IN 46163 Phone: (317) 861-4242 Fax: (317) 861-4201 E-mail: nppress407@aol. com TIMES-POST Publication: Weekly (Wednesday) Circulation: 2,500 (Serving South Madison County: Pendleton, Lapel, Markleville and Ingalls) Randall Shields, Publisher Scott Slade, Editor 126 W. State St., Pendleton, IN 46064 Phone: (765) 778-7152 E-mail: ptnews@ptlpnews. com Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday

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AL-ANON and AL-ATEEN 4627 Carvel Ave. Indianapolis, IN, 46205 (317) 257-2693 Support groups for family, friends and others whose lives are affected by an alcoholic. Information on meeting times and locations is available by calling the number listed. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (317) 632-7864 (24 hours) Concerned solely with the personal recovery and the continued sobriety of the individual alcoholic who turns to AA for help. Meetings are held every day in Greenfield, most of them at the Way Out Club, 226 N.

ALTERNATIVES INC. Contact: Kelly Buzan 116 S. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-8777 Provides advocacy, emergency shelter and crisis support to those experiencing domestic violence and those who have been sexually assaulted. AMERICAN RED CROSS OF GREATER INDIANAPOLIS 441 E. 10th St. Indianapolis, IN 46202 (317) 684-1441 Helps provide disaster preparedness and response training and assistance to disaster victims. Also provides information and

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Mark went to Gemological Institute of America to study jewelry design and repair in California. Mark and Rebekah Lewis have owned and operated Lewis Jewelers throughout their entire marriage. They prefer to work together saying it makes a more intimate atmosphere for them and their customers. They plan on making the celebration last all year.

referral, emergency assistance to military personnel and families, CPR, first aid, medical transportation and educational programs ARC OF HANCOCK COUNTY 141 Green Meadows Drive, Suite 3 P.O. Box 93 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-3727 Resource for advocacy and awareness for individuals with mental retardation and developmental disabilities, their families and caregivers. Community programming includes the Dream Makers, Celebration of Diversity and Discovery Camp. CONNECT2HELP 3901 N. Meridian St., Suite 300 (317) 920-4850 Facilitates connections between people who need services and those who provide them. Also operates 211 help line. COURT-APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES 98 E. North St., Suite 311 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 477-0034

Trains volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system. DIVISION OF CHILD SERVICE 13 N. State St., Suite A Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 467-6360 Provides service to children identified as abused and investigates allegations of abuse or neglect.

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Cherry St. More information is available at the organization’s website.

These organizations and agencies provide a variety of safety-net services for people in need.

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HUMAN SERVICES DIVISION OF FAMILY RESOURCES 1786 Melody Lane Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-0810

vention program for children with disabilities or those who are developmentally vulnerable

FAMILIES UNITED FOR SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT (F.U.S.E.) P.O. Box 314 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-9064

Administers public assistance programs, including food stamps and Medicaid. FAMILY SERVICE 98 E. North St., Suite 301 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-3763

abuse services for adults and youths. GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL INDIANA 1772 Muskegon Lane Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-0473

Accepts donations of clothing and household items and sells them.

Provides family, individual, couple, child and crisis counseling; also works with outpatient chemical dependency groups; alternatives for domestic violence groups. FIRST STEPS P.O. Box 2249 Columbus, IN 47202 (866) 644-2454 www.eastcentralindianafirst

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Provides information resources and training for families raising children with disabilities. Family actiivities are available. GALLAHUE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 145 Green Meadows Drive, Suite 1 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 318-7100 Provides comprehensive mental health and substance

HANCOCK COUNTY FOOD PANTRY 741½ S. State St. P.O. Box 244 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-0273 Provides emergency food, once a month, to county residents whose incomes are below 150 percent of the poverty level. Hours of operation vary. Identification required. HANCOCK HOPE HOUSE Contact: Steve Vail,

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PREGNANCY CARE CENTER OF GREENFIELD 1454 N. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 467-9700 (24 hours) PREVENT CHILD ABUSE HANCOCK COUNTY P.O. Box 552 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 326-4180 TANGRAM 5155 Penwood Drive

THE VILLAGES 3833 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46208 (317) 775-6500 Provides services for children who have been abused or neglected. Some of the information on these pages came from the forthcoming 2013 Hancock County Community Services Guide, published by United Way of Central Indiana.


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: Florist Andree’s Flowers for all Occasions 101 E. Main St., Greenfield (317) 462-3506


INTERLOCAL COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM 141 Green Meadows Drive, Suite 4 Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 462-2557 This agency provides as-

MIKE B. CENTER 737 Green Meadows Drive Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 674-6652 or (317) 674-6654 www.bedrugfreeformikeb. com Provides counseling services for young people facing substance abuse issues.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD 9385 E. Washington St. Indianapolis IN, 46229 (317) 899-4731

Indianapolis, IN 46205 (317) 571-1042 This agency works to help people with disabilities live independently.


HOOSIER HEALTHWISE Hancock Regional Hospital 1786 Melody Lane Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 468-4531 This is the state’s healthcare program for families in need. It is run through the hospital’s social services department.

KENNETH BUTLER MEMORIAL SOUP KITCHEN 202 E. Main St. Greenfield IN 46140 (317) 462-9900 This agency provides hot meals for lunch and dinner each weekday.

(317) 462-2877 Provides mental wellness programs for people of all ages.


HEALTHY FAMILIES The Villages 12 Walnut St. Greenfield, IN 46140 (317) 467-1236

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Program in Greenfield is run out of the Hancock County Boys & Girls Clubs.

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Need a Ride? Non-emergency public transportation available regardless of passenger’s age. Wheelchair-accessible vehicles.

Just like clockwork:

Medical appointments • Hospital Employment • Volunteering • Library Shopping • Local Events Limited out-of-county trips

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The following lists some available local resources for older residents: ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUP Information and support for families and friends of Alzheimer’s patients. Hancock Regional Hospital, 801 N. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 575-9620

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GREENFIELD SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER The center is a community facility in which older adults can meet to fulfill many social, recreational and educational needs. Open 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. 280 N. Apple St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: (317) 477-4343


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Riley Festival's Ducky Derby raises money for Mental Health America of Hancock County.

A not-for-profit agency providing support services, including transportation, respite/assisted care, handyman services, outreach, volunteer services, phone reassurance, homemaker services, transportation, information and referral. Recipients of service must be county residents 60 or

Phone: 462-2877 This nonprofit agency acts as a referral service and advocacy group for mental health issues in Hancock County.

HANCOCK REGIONAL HOSPITAL REFLECTIONS UNIT Addresses the emotional and medical needs of older adults so they can maintain a satisfying quality of life. Available 24 hours a day. 801 N. State St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: 468-4351

RED HAT SOCIETY This is a social gathering group for women. Various chapters meet in Hancock County, but those interested in finding a group can call Greenfield Senior Citizens Center at 4774343. SENIOR HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION PROGRAM (SHIIP) Contact: Betty Deer (317) 468-4531, (317) 462-3758 or (800) 452-4800 Call for an appointment with representatives from SHIIP at Hancock County Senior Services, 312 E. Main St., Suite A, in Greenfield.

MEALS ON WHEELS 280 N. Apple St. Greenfield, IN 46140 Phone: 477-4345 www.mealsonwheelson MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF HANCOCK COUNTY 98 E. North St. Greenfield, IN 46140


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HANCOCK COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING Federally mandated to serve as a focus for addressing the needs of the elderly and disabled in the county. Meets at 2:30 p.m. the third Thursday of the month at Greenfield Senior Center, 280 N. Apple St., Greenfield, IN 46140. Phone: 477-4343

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HANCOCK AREA RURAL TRANSIT Hancock County Senior Services oversees this program, which provides public transportation to medical appointments, employment, volunteering, the library and shopping for residents of Hancock County. People can call (317) 4621103 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday-Friday for scheduling and fee information.

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Discover 2012 Index of Advertisers A Total Tan ................................ 119 Action Collision Repair ...................24 All Pets Go to Heaven Crematory........62 Alternate Routes to Resolution ..........72 American Family Insurance Cheryl Bunten .............................61 Amsoil/Evans Distributing ................98 Andree’s Florist .......................... 119 Aracadia Nursery/ Brower Jacques Design, Inc. ......... 109 Armstrong Garage Doors ............... 102 Arrowhead Golf Course ...................26 Artesian Farm ..............................20 Artisan Realtor ........................... 106 At Home Assisted Living Services ......75 Avery Dennison-Fasson ...................12 BBQ’N Fools Catering, LLC ...............68 B & C’s Hideout ............................67 B.C. Brew .................................... 9 Bell Mortuary & Crematory ...............62 Bethel Baptist Church .....................85 BLC Limousine Services ................... 5 BLC Property Management ................ 5 Boys & Girls Club of Hancock Co. ..... 106 Bradford Builders ........................ 108 Bradley Preschool ....................... 101 Bradley United Methodist Church .......79 Brand & Morelock........................ 111 Calvary Baptist Church ....................80 Carrington Homes ....................... 103 Century 21, Wilson & Associates .......88 Century and a Half Club ...................61 CGS Services ...............................18 Chicago’s Pizza ............................71 Comfort Inn .................................92 Cooper Tire at Geist .......................89 Couch’s Truck Center .................... 110 Cross of Grace Lutheran Church .........84 Debits n' Credits ...........................88 Demaree’s Water Conditioning ........ 109 Details Pet Grooming & Boutique ..... 101 Erlewein Mortuary .........................77 Faith Lutheran Church.....................75 Family Horizons Credit Union ............27 Fletcher Dental & TMJ Clinic ............95 Foot Remedy ............................. 103 Fortville Church of the Nazarene ........77 Fortville First United Methodist Church 82 Fortville Tire Center .......................83 Frady’s Tree Service/ Frady's Lawn & Landscape, Inc. ......... 6 Frey Water Conditioning ..................89 Geist Community Church .................74 Geist Family Medicine ....................63 Gentle Dentist/American Dental ....... 115 Golden Living Center - Brandywine ... 121 Gottschalk, Bob DDS ....................... 3

Greenfield Banking Company ............87 Greenfield Beverage Company ..........23 Greenfield Christian Church ..............78 Greenfield Elks .............................97 Greenfield Granite ....................... 120 Greenfield Parks & Recreation ..........26 Guadalajara Grill ..........................67 Hancock Co. Arts ...........................17 Hancock Co. Community Foundation ...54 Hancock Co. Public Library ..............23 Hancock Co. Senior Services ............23 Hancock Co. Senior Services Rural Transit ............................ 120 Hancock Co. Sheriff’s Department ......10 Hancock Co. Soil & Water .............. 107 Hancock Co. Solid Waste Management ..............................18 Hancock Co. Visitors Bureau .........29-38 Hancock Economic Development Council ....................13 Hancock Regional Hospital............. 123 Hancock Wellness Center ................26 Highsmith Guns ............................96 Home Inspections Plus.................. 111 Homeplace Catering.......................69 HRM Insurance ........................... 106 Indiana Carpet Care .......................97 Indiana Gym-Nests ...................... 117 Inskeep Ford ................................94 Insurance Professionals ..................91 Irving Materials, Inc. ......................15 J & K Automotive Color Warehouse.....88 J. R. Wortman Heating & Cooling..... 112 Jackson Well Drilling ................... 110 Jack’s Pizza .................................66 Jensen’s Pawn Shop ......................89 Joyce Home Improvement .............. 105 Judy’s Wedding Chapel ...................92 K & R Tool Shed............................98 Kamp, Greg DDS ......................... 119 Kemper CPA Group ........................13 Lady Payne Accounting ................. 108 Legacy Cinemas ...........................90 Lewis Jewelers........................... 117 Lucky Liquors...............................71 Maple Creek Country Club ................16 McCall Water Conditioning ...............61 Medicap Pharmacy ........................13 Mid-State Truck Equipment ..............10 Miller’s Jewelry ............................. 8 Mitchell-Fleming Printing ................24 Montana Mike’s ............................70 Moore’s Repair Service ...................13 Morristown Manor ....................... 103 Mt. Comfort United Methodist Church ..81 Muegge Plumbing & Heating ............11 New Palestine Bible Church..............81

New Palestine Veterinary Clinic ....... 102 Noah’s Animal Health Care Center ......19 Nutty Mutt Bakery & Boutique ...........19 N.Y. Little Italy Pizza Café ...............69 ONE Therapeutic Massage ............. 110 Optivision 20/20............................99 Outlook Christian Church .................83 Penny’s Florist .............................88 Personal Finance Company ............ 112 Ponderosa...................................65 Post Net .....................................23 Potter Family Eye Care....................97 Pruitt, Kandice - Mary Kay ...............92 Qdoba Mexican Grill.......................65 Quizno’s .....................................68 Randy’s Lawnmower .................... 118 Reasner Self Storage......................63 RE/MAX Realty Group ................... 124 Rick Short Flooring, LLC..................95 Rininger, Gina L., CRS, GRI/FC Tucker . 2 Rusty Low’s Collision Center .......... 111 S & S Heating & A/C .......................61 Sayre’s Collision Repair ..................15 Senior Helpers .............................72 ServiceMaster by Fentz ...................84 Shining Stars Child Care Academy ......22 Smith Implements ....................... 100 Smith Insurance............................12 Sport It Again ............................. 105 Springhurst Health Campus ..............72 Sprinkle, CPA............................. 112 Steve Millis Electric ........................ 8 St. Michael Catholic Church .............76 St. Michael Catholic School..............60 State Farm Insurance/Dave Anders .....25 State Farm Insurance/Dick Laird ........25 State Farm Insurance/Brooke Palmer ..25 Strike Force Lanes .........................68 Sugar Creek Nursing .................... 120 Sunnyside Greenhouse ................. 101 Superior Mowers & More ............... 113 Sweet Shop .................................69 Swindell Farm Equipment ................20 T. J.’s Chimney Service ..................90 Team Image .............................. 109 Town & Country Animal Hospital ........14 Trinity Park United Methodist Church ..78 Union Savings & Loan ....................10 Walker-IT, LLC .............................63 Wallace Well Drilling .....................19 Wal-mart ....................................20 Whetsel’s Automotive ................... 109 Wells Nursery ............................ 102 Westport Homes ...........................63 Wilkie Electric Co., Inc. ................ 106 Wolf Law Office .......................... 120 Ye Olde Head Shoppe .....................98


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When you come to Hancock Regional Hospital, raise your expectations. Expect all the services and medical expertise you’d find in a big city hospital, here in your own backyard. Expect compassion and dignity, after all, many of us are actually your neighbors, and we know how to take care of our own. Expect convenience. Since we’re close to home, it makes it easy for friends and family to stop by and encourage your speedy recovery. In short, expect the best, after all that’s what you deserve. For a full list of the many ways we can serve you, please visit us at

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Mark Dudley 409-5605

Sally Kirk 462-5533 ext. 114


Sandy Alender 372-1858

Mark Dudley Team

Jeff Clark 318-5539

Mark Dudley Team



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Lance Hollan 462-4662



Sue Mize 947-8334

Jean N. Graham 519-4000

.. Jill Collins 586-0121

Linda Cox 627-4241



Mick Deane 498-1008

Toni Dudley 462-5533 ext. 119

Carole Mayer 498-3925

Sue Miller 213-5533


Paul Kinslow 432-4867


Jeanine Levine 714-4229




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Joe Mueller 697-0271

Patti Nation 407-7466

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Steve Sanford / 716-8679 F


Sharon Smith 496-3870

Leigh Turner 538-5288


Bill & Debbie Yozipovich 498-5879


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