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 IBJ Staff
October 31, 2009
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Announcements
Justify Harter has opened Justify Studios, a Web site design and development studio, online at http://justifystudios.com.

Bankruptcies
Eastside Equity Fund 1991-VI LP, 55 S. State St., Suite 331, 46201. Chapter 11 reorganization. Assets: n/a; liabilities: n/a.

Charlotte FC LLC, 8900 Keystone Crossing, Suite 1200, 46240. Chapter 7 liquidation. Assets: $197,492; liabilities: $52,538,240.

Conventions
Nov. 4-5, Strategic Network Users Group, Indiana Marriott Downtown. Estimated attendance: 120.

Nov. 4-6, Midwest Health Care Engineering Trade Show, Indianapolis Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium. Estimated attendance: 120.

Nov. 4-6, Indiana State Bar Association, Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. Estimated attendance: 250.

Fund Raising
Meals on Wheels to benefit from The Big Game Bingo Bash on Nov. 6 at the Riverwalk, 6729 Westfield Blvd., at 6:30 p.m. Contact 252-5570.

Christamore House Guild to benefit from its annual gala on Nov. 7 at the Westin Hotel Downtown at 6 p.m. Contact 258-2471.

Prevent Child Abuse Indiana to benefit from Chairish the Children on Nov. 13 at the Indianapolis Artsgarden at 6 p.m. Tickets: $25. Contact 273-7575.

Family Service of Central Indiana to benefit from the Stand Up For Families comedy gala on Nov. 14 The Fountains in Carmel. Contact anitao@family-service-inc.org.

The Athenaeum Foundation to benefit from the ninth annual Children’s Lantern Parade on Nov. 14 at 5 p.m. at the Athenaeum. Tickets: $5. Contact 655-2755.

Warren Arts & Education Foundation Inc. to benefit from Holiday Splendor event on Nov. 20-24 at the Warren Performing Arts Center, 9500 E. 16th St. Tickets: $4. Contact 869-4383.

Fund-raising Results
Coburn Place Safe Haven received $44,000 as a result of its Coburn Fest fundraiser.

Make-A-Wish Foundation of Indiana received $52,000 as a result of the annual Nucor Steel Golf Scramble.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation received $20,548 as a result of Kroger Co.’s fundraising campaign in metro Indianapolis and Terre Haute stores.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure received $15,000 as a result of McAlister’s Deli’s Gallon to Go campaign.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society received $10,000 as a result of CB Richard Ellis’ involvement in the annual Light the Night Walk.

Grants
Indianapolis Parks Foundation received $30,000 from the Efroymson Family Fund.

Thirteen organizations supporting caregiving, domestic violence and insufficient income received $337,500 from the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana.

Sheltering Wings received $20,000 from the Mary Kay Foundation.

Julian Center received $15,000 from the Verizon Foundation to fund Jewish Women International’s children’s library.

Indianapolis Children’s Choir received $50,000 from the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent.

Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research received $538,595 from the National Institutes of Health.

Starfish Initiative received $50,000 from the Giving Sum grant program.

Guion Creek Middle School received $1,250 from The Kroger Co.

Simon Youth Foundation received $5,000 from The Kroger Co.

Indianapolis Children’s Choir received $15,225 from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.

Relocation
LB&A Sign Management has relocated to 14074 Trade Center Drive in Fishers.•

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