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Records - Aug. 19, 2013

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Announcements
Former Marion County Democratic Party Executive Director Adam Kirsch has launched Sourced Strategies, a research consulting firm. Phone: 435-7502; Email: adam@sourcedstrategies.com.

Bankruptcies
Uptown Business Center LLC, 6528 Cornell Ave., 46220, chapter 11 reorganization, liabilities: n/a; assets: n/a.

S. Gray Paving Inc., 7150 E. Road 550 South, Whitestown, 46075, chapter 7 liquidation, liabilities: $174,309; assets: none.

Corporate Philanthropy
Walgreen’s stores are collecting donations for Teacher’s Treasures during their Back to School Supply Drive through Aug. 24.

Fundraising
Sanlaap Rescue Project to benefit from a women’s wine tasting event Aug. 19 at 6 p.m. at Delicia. Tickets: $25. Contact The Village Cooperative at 602-3696 or info@experiencethevillage.com.

Shrine Hospitals for Children to benefit from the Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America’s annual fashion show and luncheon Aug. 24 at 10 a.m. at the Murat Shrine Club. Tickets: $25. Contact Dianah at 432-8458 or ladydianah@eagle2016.com.

Cancer Support Community–Central Indiana to benefit from the Aug. 27 Indianapolis Indians game. Tickets: $10, $5 of which goes to the Cancer Support Community. Contact Hunter Brown at 532-6928 or hbrown@indyindians.com.

Trusted Mentors to benefit from The Gala Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Conrad Hotel. Tickets: $100-$125. Contact info@trustedmentors.org. or visit thegalaindy.org.

Assistance League of Indianapolis’ Operation School Bell to benefit from the Hunt Construction Group’s annual charity golf outing Sept. 12 at Eagle Creek Golf Club. Tickets: $125. Contact Pam McNealy at 227-7800 or pmcnealy@huntconstructiongroup.com.

CHIP Indy (Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention) to benefit from CHIP Celebration, a discussion about the issues and opportunities facing the homeless, Sept. 12 at 4 p.m. at the NCAA Hall of Champions. Tickets: $50. Contact Lisa DeHayes at info@chipindy.org or 432-3040.

The Villages to benefit from its 16th annual Golf Classic and Chopper Drop Fore the Kids Sept. 12 at 11 a.m. at Broadmoor Country Club. Cost: $350 for the golf classic, $25 to buy a golf ball for the chopper drop. Contact Katee Franson at 775-6500 or kfranson@villages.org.

Folds of Honor Foundation to benefit from The Patriot Shootout golf outing Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. at The Legends of Golf Club. Cost: $500. Contact indy@patriotshootout.com or visit PatriotShootout.com.

The American Heart Association to benefit from its annual Heart Walk and 5K Run Sept. 14 at 8 a.m. at White River State Park. Cost: $25. Visit indyheartwalk.org.

Tevin’s Tummy to benefit from The Mid-American Pancreatic Disease Foundation’s first annual Pay it Forward charity bicycle race Sept. 14 at Gear up Cyclery. Cost: $50. Contact Mark Light at marklight31@gmail.com or 696-6113.

Cornea Research Foundation of America to benefit from its 25th anniversary luncheon and art auction Sept. 16 at 11:30 a.m. at The Sanctuary in Zionsville. Tickets: $75. Contact Jessica Dingledy at 814-2993 or Jessica@cornea.org.

Autism Society of Indiana to benefit from its annual awards benefit Sept. 21 from 6 -10 p.m. at the Golf Club of Indiana in Lebanon. Tickets: $50. Contact Beth Schweigel at (800) 609-8449 or info@inautism.org.

Dress for Success Indianapolis to benefit from its Stepping Out in Style 2013 fashion event Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. at the JW Marriott. Tickets: $125. Contact Barbara Ellsworth at 940-3737, ext. 104 or steppingoutinstyle.org.

NAMI of Indianapolis to benefit from An Evening of Mystery and Music Sept. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency. Tickets: $95. Contact Edward Alexander at 257-7517 or ealexander@namiindy.org.

HVAF of Indiana to benefit from the 5th annual Freedom Ride Sept. 28 at 9 a.m. at American Legion Post 64. Tickets: $25 and $30. Contact Tina at 951-0688 or tmullins@hvaf.org.

Damien Center to benefit from the Grande Masquerade Disco Ball Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. at The Westin. Tickets: $135. Contact Kimberly Coon at kcoon@damien.org or visit Damien.org/masquerade.

Simon Youth Foundation and Pacers Foundation to benefit from The Masquerade Oct. 26 at 6 p.m. at the JW Marriott, featuring the musical group Earth Wind & Fire. Tickets: $325. Contact Brandi Young at 263-7694 or byoung@simon.com.

Ronald McDonald House of Indiana to benefit from A Taste…Journeys to California Wine Country Nov. 1 from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. Tickets: $100. Contact Pam Anderson at panderson@r-indiana.org.

Fundraising results
The Realtor Foundation golf outing on July 18 raised more than $36,700 for Central Indiana homeless organizations.

Grants
The Cherish Center received a grant of $86,000 from The Regional Council of Community Partners for Child Safety to support its Socially Safe Kids Project.

In Recognition
Michael Martone and James H. Madison were named Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards winners. Tricia Fields, Mike Mullin and Kelsey Timmerman were selected as the Emerging Author finalists.

Josh Miles, founder of Miles Design, received second-place honors for his book, “Bold Brand,” at the Society of Marketing Professional Services National Marketing Communications Awards.

George M. Plews, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP, was elected as a founding member of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel.

Andrea Roberts Pierson, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, was named to the 2013 Top 250 Women in Litigation by Benchmark Litigation.

Thomas L. Davis, Frost Brown Todd, received the Andrew C. Hecker Memorial Award from the American Bar Association.

Relocations
Simmons CPA Group PC has relocated to 1236 Conner Street, Noblesville. Phone:  773-5579.•
 

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