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Records - Oct. 17, 2011

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October 15, 2011
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Business-related calendar items should be submitted two weeks before event date. Contact bmaurer@ibj.com.

Oct. 17, 7 a.m.: Business & Professional Exchange, North Side chapter, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 100 W. 86th St. Contact www.B-P-E.org. (Mondays)

Oct. 17, 7 a.m.: Carmel Clay Kiwanis Club, Life and Learning Center, 515 E. Main St., Carmel. Contact Christy at 571-9665. (Mondays)

Oct. 18, 7 a.m.: Broadripple Toastmasters, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 52nd and Central Ave. Guests welcome. Contact Patrick Horan at 753-5426 or Patrick.horan@linde.com. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, 7:15 a.m.: BNI Givers Gains Group, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, 1235 Keystone Way, Carmel. Contact Beth Rovazzini at beth@bplusw.com or 243-3581. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, 7:30 a.m.: BNI chapter, Ripple Effect, The Riviera Club, 5640 N. Illinois St. Contact Kathy Jordan at Kathy@LiveInIndy.com or 490-6503. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, 8 a.m.:  Business & Professional Exchange, West Chapter, Hendricks Power Co-op on Old US 36, 86 N. County Road 500 E, Avon. Contact Contact www.B-P-E.org. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, 11:30 a.m.: IndyCREW Monthly Luncheon, “The Economic Engine of Indianapolis Conventions and Tourism, ”The Conrad Hotel. Contact www.indycrew.org or call 564-4698.

Oct. 18, 11:30 a.m.: NE Networking Connection Chapter of BNI, MCL Cafeteria, 5520 Castleton Corner Lane. Contact Bridget Gurtowsky at ebgurtowsky@comcast.net or 652-8775. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, noon: BNI, Excellence in Networking chapter, American Legion, 9091 E. 126th St., Fishers. Contact Bridget Gurtowsky at ebgurtowsky@comcast.net or 652-8775. Visitors may attend twice. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, noon: Life Science Lunch, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, 11 S. Meridian St., “Patent Reform for Entrepreneurs and Start-ups,” speakers: Todd Vare of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Greg Maurer of Heron Capital, and Joseph Trebley Ph.D. of Indiana University Research & Technology Corp. Cost: $10. Contact www.ihif.org.

Oct. 18, noon: Rotary Club of Indianapolis, Scottish Rite Cathedral, 650 N.Meridian St. Guests welcome. Cost: lunch $13 soup/salad bar, $15 buffet. Contact 631-3733 or www.indyrotary.org. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, noon: Rotary Club, Indianapolis East, Golden Corral Banquet Room, 10220 E. Washington St. Contact 506-9001. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, noon: Toastmasters Club, Freedom Mortgage Headquarters Building, 10500 Kincaid Drive, Fishers. Contact Joe Hand at 537-3043. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, 6 p.m.: Business Ownership Initiative, “Social Media on a Shoestring Budget,” 4755 Kingsway Dr., Suite 314. Cost: $10. Call 917-3266, ext. 100 or information@businessownership.org.

Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m.: HomeBiz Mastermind Group, Paradise Bakery, 8540 Castleton Corner Drive. Cost: free. RSVP. Contact Steve Garretson at 331-8758 or Steve@AvoidTheTraps.com. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m.: NW30 Toastmasters Public Speaking Club, Grindstone Charleys Restaurant, 5822 Crawfordsville Road, Speedway. Contact Larry Norris at 496-6576 or LN56RE@comcast.net. (Tuesdays)

Oct. 19, 6:45 a.m.: Toastmasters, DayPeepers, Pike YMCA, 7114 Lakeview Parkway West Drive, (71st and Zionsville Road). Contact 297-2477. (Wednesdays)

Oct. 19, 7 a.m.: IBC Chapter of BNI, Kiwanis International, 3636 Woodview Trace. Contact http://www.bni-ibc.com/. (Wednesdays)

Oct. 19, 8 a.m.: Business & Professional Exchange, South Side chapter, Greenwood Municipal Bldg, 2 N. Madison Ave., Greenwood. Contact Contact www.B-P-E.org. (Wednesdays)

Oct. 19, 8:15 a.m.: Professional Referral Exchange, Zionsville, Patrick’s Kitchen and Drinks, 47 Boone Village Center, Zionsville. Contact Eve Peterson at (800) 929-5323 or eve@prorefx.com. (Wednesdays)  

Oct. 19, 11:30 a.m.: BNI, Keystone Lunch chapter, Logan’s Steakhouse on 82nd St. Contact Mark Carter at cartercomputersolutions@comcast.net. (Wednesdays)

Oct. 19, 11:30 a.m.: BNI Lunch Bunch chapter, George’s Neighborhood Grill, 6935 Lake Plaza Drive. Contact Albert Gonzalez at 573-9700 ext. 323 . (Wednesdays)

Oct. 19, 11:30 a.m.: Kiwanis Club of Meridian Hills, Bravo, W. 86th Street & Township Line Road. Cost: $10 lunch. Contact 867-2606. (Wednesdays)

Oct. 19, noon: Indy Referral Group, Moon Dog Tavern, 4825 E. 96th St. Contact Stacy Shoup at 339-6141. (Wednesdays)

Oct. 19, noon: Rotary Club, Indianapolis Northeast, Hillcrest Country Club, 6098 Fall Creek Road. Contact 698-7643. (Wednesdays)

Oct. 20, 6:30 a.m.: Woodman Toastmasters, Baxter YMCA, 7900 Shelby St. (Shelby & US 31). Contact Magnus Jannson at 372-4709. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20, 7 a.m.: BNI, Network Masters chapter, Shapiro’s Deli, 918 S. Rangeline Road, Carmel. Contact Jon Hayes at 815-1012, ext. 237. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20, 7 a.m.: Castleton Toastmasters, Le Peep Restaurant, 8225 Craig St. Contact Cary Smith at 331-8023. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20, 7:30 a.m.: BNI, Fast Trackers, MCL, 2370 W. 86th St. Contact Caleb Townsend at caleb.townsend@ymail.com. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20, 7:30 a.m.: Northwest Kiwanis Club, O’Charley’s Restaurant on Michigan Road. Contact Inez Hayes at I.h.hayes@sbcglobal.net. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20, 8 a.m.: Gold Star Zionsville Gold Referral Group, Jacquie’s Café, 9840 N. Michigan Road, Zionsville. Contact John Kolcun 698-0543. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20,10 a.m.: Carmel Golden K Kiwanis Club, American Legion Post, 852 W. Main St., Carmel. Contact Don Moehn at 873-1956. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20, 11 a.m.: BNI, Chain Reaction chapter, Logan’s Roadhouse, 4825 E 82nd St. Contact Bridget Gurtowsky at ebgurtowsky@comcast.net or 652-8775. (Thursdays)

Oct. 20, 11 a.m.: BNI, Seize The Day Chapter, Comfort Suites, I-69 and 96th St., Fishers. Contact Brett Carlile at 684-1100 or brett@frankkraft.com or bnigrowsbusiness.com.

Oct. 20, 11:30 a.m.: Executive Women in HealthCare, “The Impact of the New Osteopathic School at Marian University on Primary Care in Indiana,” Speakers: Daniel J. Elsener, Marian University & Dr. Paul Evans, Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine. The Marott, 2625 N. Meridian St. Cost: members $25, nonmembers $30. Contact Susan Darwent at 733-2380.

Oct. 20, noon: Business & Community Toastmasters, United Way of Central Indiana, 3901 N. Meridian St. Guests welcomed. Contact Jeronna Mabrey at 496-4232, jmabrey@ymail.com. (Thursdays)

Oct. 21, 7 a.m.: Nora Toastmasters Club, Classic Communicators, Jordan YMCA, 8400 Westfield Blvd. Contact Frank Walter at 443-6394 or classic@freetoasthost.com. (Fridays)

Oct. 21, noon: Downtown Optimist Club, Scottish Rite Cathedral, 650 N. Meridian St. Contact www.optimistindiana.org/indydowntown. (Fridays)

Oct. 21, noon: Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis, Murat Temple, Arabian Room. Cost: $10 soup and salad or $15 hot buffet. RSVP. Contact 636-9700.

Oct. 21, noon: Rotary Club of Carmel, Mansion at Oak Hill, 5801 E. 116th St., Carmel. Cost: $12 lunch. Contact Wendy Phillips at 501-4955. (Fridays)

Oct. 21, noon: Toastmasters, Castleton LePeeps, 8255 Craig St. Contact Nancy at 695-3514.

Contracts
Indiana Internal Medicine Consultants and Franciscan St. Francis Health have announced an exclusive services provider agreement.

Corporate Philanthropy
Fifth Third Bank, Greenwalt CPAs, Valle Vista Health System and Taft Law have been corporate sponsorship partners of Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis 4th quarter.

Firehouse Subs, a restaurant chain with eight locations in Indiana, seeks to support local firehouses through its nonprofit organization, The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.

Fundraising
Sheltering Wings to benefit from third annual “Battle of the Bands” Oct. 29 at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds. Students will run food concessions, and “Free Hugs” t-shirts and wristbands will be available for purchase. A Photo Corner where teens can get fun photos taken at no charge will also play part in the event. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m., competition at 5 p.m. Cost: free. Contact Amy Cline at 386-5061 or acline@shelteringwings.org.

Grants
The Timmy Foundation is receiving a $10,000 grant from the Northwestern Mutual Foundation in recognition of financial representative Mark Wise’s outstanding volunteer commitment, as part of the company’s 17th annual national Community Service Award program.

Chaucie’s Place was awarded an $18,000 grant through the Home Depot Foundation. This donation will be used towards the materials needed for the renovations of our new facility.

In Recognition
Kim Ebert, Ogletree Deakins, has been named 2012 Indianapolis Employment Law - Management Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers.

Heather McPherson, Kroger, Gardis & Regas LLP, has been recognized for the second time as a Five Star Wealth Management professional.

Adan Diaz, Grunawalt Baer Diaz Financial, has been named a Five Star Wealth Manager for the third consecutive year by the Indianapolis Monthly Magazine.

Dr. Jamie L. Renbarger, Indiana University School of Medicine, has been awarded a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers by President Obama.

Indiana Members Credit Union was awarded with the Credit Union Executives Society, CUES, Golden Mirror Award, Public Relations, All Assets.

Samuel Laurin has been named as the Indianapolis Best Lawyers’ Litigation - Construction Lawyer of the Year, and Susan Traynor Chastain as the Indianapolis Best Lawyers’ Education Law Lawyer of the Year for 2012.

Frost Brown Todd attorneys selected for the 2012 Indianapolis edition of Best Lawyers® include: Jeffrey S. Dible, Indianapolis Trusts and Estates Lawyer of the Year; Julia Blackwell Gelinas, Indianapolis Construction Law Lawyer of the Year; David T. Kasper, Indianapolis Legal Malpractice Lawyer of the Year; and Randall R. Riggs, Indianapolis Product Liability Litigation Lawyer of the Year.

Baker & Daniels’ Indianapolis Lawyers of the Year were Ben W. Blanton, J. Jeffrey Brown, Shaun Healy Clifford, Francina A. Dlouhy, Brian S. Fennerty, Thomas C. Froehle, David K. Herzog and David W. Miller.

Bradley and Montgomery was named a winner at the 2011 OMMA Awards in the Best Video: Brand Integration/Product Placement category for its interactive video experience for client Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) launch.•

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