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Records - Oct. 29, 2012

 IBJ Staff
October 27, 2012
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Announcements
Tim Harmon and Julie Crow have opened Tim & Julie’s Another Fine Mess, an Architectural Salvage and Vintage Shop at 2901 E. 10th St. (Tim Harmon previously owned Tim & Billy’s Salvage Store and Julie Crow owned Modern Times, a vintage clothing store.) Contact timandjuliestore@gmail.com or 627-0498.

Facility concepts Inc., manufacturer of commercial interiors and millwork for restaurants, hospitality, education and retail, has completed acquisition of seating manufacturer, Classico Seating out of Peru, Ind. Phone: 915-9000.

Sally Brown Bassett has opened a Peace Through Yoga studio on S. Main Street in Zionsville.

Environmental Attorney Michael O. Nelson has established his own practice, Nelson Law Group LLC located on the city’s North side. Visit www.nelsonlawgroupllc.com.

Fundraising
Ronald McDonald House of Indiana to benefit from a culinary voyage through South America on Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. at Indiana Roof Ballroom. Tickets: $100 per person, $1,000 per table. Contact Pam Anderson at panderson@rmh-indiana.org.

Prevail Inc. to benefit from the Domestic Violence Awareness Tea Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. at the R.L. Wilson House in Noblesville. Tickets: $35. Contact Natasha Robinson at 773-6942 or Natasha@prevailinc.com to make reservations.

The Villages to benefit from CHAIRish the Children Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. at the Indianapolis Artsgarden. Tickets: $45, $40 in advance. Contact Katee Franson at kfranson@villages.org.

ICAN Indiana Canine Assistant Network to benefit from A Decade of Dogs celebration and fundraiser Nov. 10 at 5.30 p.m. at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. Tickets: $75. Contact Dino at 313-3754 or dsierp@indy.rr.com.

Alzheimer’s Association to benefit from Chocolate Sunday Nov. 11 at 12:30 p.m. at the Ritz Charles. Tickets: $85 to $125. Contact Anne Gosser at anne.gosser@alz.org or(800) 272-3900.

Relocations
Kort Builders Inc. has moved its corporate office to 8709 Castle Park Drive. Phone: 872-4181 and Fax: 334-0146 did not change.

Women’s Health Alliance and Coest will be moving to 13400 N. Meridian, Suite 300. (Professional building on the St. Vincent Carmel campus, entrance 5 which has valet parking or entrance 3 for self parking, then cross the glass connector to elevator E.) Phone: 582-9500; Fax: 582-9505; Coest Phone: 582-9550; Coest Fax: 582-9555.

RPM Technologies, an IT consulting firm, has moved downtown to 627 E. Market St.

Redirections Sign & Design has moved to 9273 Castlegate Drive. Phone: 436-3100; fax: 436-3101; Email: redirectionssigndesign.com.•

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