Records - July 16, 2012

IBJ Staff
July 14, 2012
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RJE Business Interiors, an Indiana business leader providing office furniture selection, ordering, delivery and installation services, is the exclusive Indiana provider and partner for DIRTT (Doing It Right This Time) Architectural Solutions, a Canadian-based company manufacturing green and sustainable architectural walls.

Axiomport, an ad agency formed by three senior partners from three different advertising/design firms, has been named Agency of Record for The Best Chocolate in Town.

Corporate Philanthropy
Indiana Members Credit Union and Foundation became partners in Indy BackPack Attack, with all 23 central Indiana branches serving as public collection sites.

Franciscan St. Francis Health partnered with Goodwill of Indianapolis to encourage donations and provide a collection site.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to benefit from the 9th annual Indianapolis Wine Opener July 20 at 6 p.m. at Victory Field. Tickets: $65, VIP tickets $125. Contact Jen Milewski at 202-9210 or cff.org/chapters/Indiana.

Gleaners Food Bank to benefit from the Ride Your Can Off motorcycle event July 21 at Gleaners at 9 a.m. Cost: $25 per rider in advance. Contact Jennifer Schwent at 925-0191, ext. 151 or jschwent@gleaners.org.

United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Indiana to benefit from the Life Without Limits Annual Golf Classic July 23 at 1 p.m. at The Sagamore Club. Tickets: $500 per foursome. Contact Brandi Linn at brandil@ucpaindy.org or 632-3561.

Jubilee Village Project to benefit from a Walk for Water July 28 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the American Legion Mall. Contact 370-4773 or visit info@walk-fo-water.org to make a donation.

St. Mary’s Child Center to benefit from its annual Superhero Golf Outing Aug. 9 at 11:30 a.m. at Ironwood Golf Club. Cost: $1,000 per foursome. Contact Dana Smith at 361-4883 or dsmith@stmaryschildcenter.org.

Child Advocates to benefit from the “We Believe in Kids” 30th birthday celebration Aug. 18 at 6 p.m. at the JW Marriott. Tickets: $75. Contact believeinkids2012.eventbrite.com.

Prevail Inc. to benefit from its Annual Gala Aug. 25 at 6 p.m. at the Renaissance Hotel. Tickets: $100. Contact 773-6942 or visit prevailinc.com.

Fundraising results
The Central Indiana affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure received $8,600 from fundraisers conducted by Kroger Co. stores in Greenfield and Richmond. The money will go to the Andis Women’s Clinic at Hancock Regional Hospital.

Horizon House received $25,000 from the Central Indiana Senior Fund to support case management services for homeless seniors.

Thirty-two businesses and commercial properties received grants totaling $168,000 from the Indianapolis Local Initiatives Support Corp. for building improvements.

In Recognition
Larry Baker Jr., Melvin Patton and Tim Parks were recognized by the Fathers and Families Center with Heart of a Father Awards, sponsored by Managed Health Services.

Joel and Mary Hall, Signarama Carmel, were given a Top Quality Award by United Franchise Group.

David Nugent, BND Commercial, was named 2012 Realtor of the Year by the Indiana Commercial Board of Realtors.

Roberts E. Inveiss and Samuel Laurin, partners at Bose McKinney & Evans were recognized in the 2012 edition of Chambers USA by Chambers and Partners.

Derek Paquin, Sensory Technologies, received a Movers & Shakers Award from the National Systems Contractors Association.

John D. Cooke has been designated as a member of Wells Fargo Advisors’ Life Time Premier Advisors Program.

WFYI Public Television received seven Emmy awards for its documentaries and local programming.

Wishard Health Services won honorable mention in the 2012 Gage Award category of Improving Population Health for its Wishard Volunteer Advocates Program.

The Central Indiana Senior Fund received the 2012 Impact Award from the Central Indiana Council on Aging.

David Berman of Neace Lukens was given the Distinguished Service Award by the National Association of Health Underwriters for his charitable work.

Cornerstone Interiors has moved to 1644 Fry Road, Suite D, Greenwood, 46142. Phone: 317-887-2778; Email: cornerstoneinteriors@gmail.com.•


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