Records - Nov. 4, 2013

IBJ Staff
November 2, 2013
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Corporate Philanthropy
George Hill led hundreds of volunteers from Pacers Sports & Entertainment and other local organizations in packing 59,686 meals to be distributed by Kids Against Hunger.

Special Olympics of Hamilton County to benefit from the annual Holiday Bazaar and Silent Auction Nov. 7 from 6-9 p.m. at The Mansion at Oak Hill. Visit specialolympicshamiltoncounty.org.

Meals on Wheels to benefit from its annual Bingo Bash Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at The Riverwalk in Broad Ripple. Tickets: $150. Contact 252-5558 or info@mealsonwheelsindy.org.

Forest Manor Multi-Service Center to benefit from its 40th anniversary gala Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at Mavris Center. Tickets: $100. Contact Regina Marsh at 545-1204 or rmarsh@fmmsc.org.

Noble of Indiana to benefit from the annual Stanley Security Solutions Raising the Stakes for Noble casino night Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at Ritz Charles. Tickets: $100. Contact Rita Davis at rita.davis@nobleofindiana.org or 679-5952.

Beacon of Hope Center for Women to benefit from the Handbags for Hope auction Nov. 9 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Marten House. Tickets: $35. Contact 731-6131 or visit beaconofhopeindy.org.

Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library to benefit from Timequake Clambake Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. at Indiana Landmarks Center. Tickets: $75. Contact 652-1954 or info@vonnegutlibrary.org.

Answers for Autism and Talk About Curing Autism to benefit from An Evening for Autism Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. at EventzPlus. Tickets: $100. Visit 2013AnEveningForAutism.kintera.org to purchase tickets.

The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites to benefit from The Big Chill Nov. 15 from 7:30-9 p.m. featuring its newest exhibit, Ice Age Giants. Tickets: $50. Contact 234-8146 or visit indianamuseum.org.

Little Red Door Cancer Agency to benefit from its Face of Hope Breakfast Nov. 21 at 7:30 a.m. at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Tickets: free. Contact erichards@littlereddoor.org.

Second Helpings to benefit from Tonic Ball 12 Nov. 22 at Radio Radio, Fountain Square Theatre and White Rabbit Cabaret. Tickets: $25. Visit tonicindycom.

St. Mary’s Child Center to benefit from its annual Miracle Ball Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. at Ritz Charles. Tickets: $175. Contact Dana Smith at dsmith@stmaryschildcenter.org or 361-4883.

Rupert’s Kids to benefit from Tuxes and Tennies Nov. 23 at 6 p.m. at the Athenaeum. Tickets: $50. Visit tuxesandtennies2013-eorg.eventbrite.com/.

Heart Reach Carmel to benefit from the Bolt for the Heart run/walk Nov. 28 at 8:45 a.m. at the Palladium’s Center Green. Cost: $25. Visit boltfortheheart.com.

Assistance League of Indianapolis to benefit from a holiday luncheon, style show and silent auction Dec. 5 beginning at 10:30 a.m. at Ritz Charles. Tickets: $50-$70. Contact Kathy Detzler at 577-8327 or visit littlereddoor.org/breakfast.

Fundraising Results
The 2013 Alzheimer’s Association Indianapolis Walk to End Alzheimer’s raised more than $688,000. Donations from Bose McKinney & Evans LLP totaled more than $9,400.

Concord Neighborhood Center, Shepherd Community Center, Third Phase Inc., Johnson County Corps of the Salvation Army and Indianapolis Animal Care and Control shared 3,349 pounds of food and $2,200 in cash collected during Church Brothers Collision Repair’s annual Driving Down Hunger initiative.

In Recognition
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP was ranked in the top 10 percent of all law firms for commercial litigation in the BTI Consulting Group’s BTI Litigation Outlook 2014.

Amanda L. Krenson, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, received the Indianapolis Bar Association’s 2013 Pro Bono Award in the “Attorney Aiding Individuals” category.

David Williams Russell, Harrison & Moberly LLP, has been included in the 2014 edition of Who’s Who in America.

Dr. Philip Faris, Franciscan St. Francis Health-Mooresville, was the honoree at the Arthritis Foundation’s Bone Bash.

Twenty-seven partners at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP were recognized as leading litigators by Benchmark Litigation 2014 and the Indianapolis office was ranked among the top recommended litigation firms in Indiana.

Sarah Jenkins, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, received the Indiana State Bar Association’s 2013 Outstanding Young Lawyer award.

Dax Denton, Indiana Bankers Association, was named the Best & Brightest in the banking and financial services category by Junior Achievement of Central Indiana Inc.

Maggie L. Smith, Frost Brown Todd LLC, received the 2013 David Hamacher Public Service Award from the Indiana State Bar Association.

Franciscan St. Francis Health’s hospitals in Indianapolis and Mooresville were recognized by Healthgrades for excellence in several patient care and medical specialties, and rated among the top five percent in the nation for clinical outcomes in cardiac services.

Isaac Willett, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, received a Pro Bono Publico Award from the Indiana Bar Foundation.

Dr. Eric A. Yancy, Managed Health Services, was named the March of Dimes 2013 Medical Honoree.

Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP was ranked as ‘highly recommended’ for plaintiff law firms by Benchmark Litigation. George M. Plews, Sue A. Shadley, Peter M. Racher and Christopher J. Braun were listed as 2014 Local Litigation Stars for Indiana in the plaintiff category.

Rafael Sanchez, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, received the Best and Brightest award in the law category from Junior Achievement of Central Indiana.

Fuhrmann Capital has moved to 3952 Chadwick Drive, Carmel.•


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  1. The Walgreens did not get a lot of traffic. It was not located on the corner of the intersection, and not really visible from Emerson. Meanwhile the CVS there is huge and right on the corner. I am guessing a lot of people drove by a million times and never knew the Walgreens was there. Although, with the new Walmart market going in, that area could really see a lot of increase in traffic soon.

  2. You folks don't have a clue. There is a legal way to enter this country and to get aid. This left unchecked could run us to ruin quickly. I also heard that 'supporters' were getting major $$ to take them in? Who's monitoring this and guess who pays the bill? I support charitable organizations... but this is NOT the way to do it!

  3. Apparently at some time before alcohol has been served at the fair. The problem is that beer or wine used to be a common drink for people before soft drinks and was not thought to be that unusual. Since many folks now only drink to see how much they can drink or what kind of condition they can end up in it becomes more problematic. Go to Europe and its no big deal just as if you had sodas of milk to drink everyday. Its using common sense that is lacking now days.

  4. To address the epic failure of attracting race fans to both the Indy 500 and Brickyard 400 would take too much of my time to write. Bottom line Boles is clueless and obviously totally out of touch with the real paying fan base. I see nothing but death spin coming for the Brickyard, just like Indy. Get somebody in a place of power that understands what race fans want.

  5. I am a race fan through & through. It doesn't matter if it's Indy cars or Nascar. I love a great race. I go to several other tracks each year and you can see the entire track. I know Indy has tradition, but fans want to see the entire race. I sit in the Penthouse, am almost 60 years old, and would like to see a better TV screen in turn 1 so you can see the entire race. Then I think Indy needs to install an escalator so us old folks can make it up to the Penthouse and down again if we want more options to purchase food and drinks. Just a race fans opinion. Lights won't make the race any better, but you might be able to see the TV better at night. Turn 1's screen needs replaced with a better and bigger screen.