IBJ Staff
January 2, 2010
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The Indiana Wildlife Federation hosts three remaining workshops for the Environmental Habitat Steward Certificate Program designed to teach landscape planning, design, and development professionals about wildlife friendly methods. Each participant who completes the workshops will become certified by IWF and eligible for 26 certification maintenance credits from the American Institute of Certified Planners or 28 Continuing Education credits from the American Society of Landscape Architects. Training #2: Fort Harrison State Park, January 9-10th & 16-17th; Training #3: Clifty Falls State Park, February 6-7th & 20-21st; and Training #4: Bass Pro Shops, Portage, IN, April 10-11th & 17-18th. Anyone can register at http://www.indianawildlife.org/workshops.htm.

Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. and The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Indiana Holiday Commission will host the 19th Annual Statewide Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Celebration, at 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 14, in the State House Rotunda. State employees, the general public and special guests will attend the event honoring the life and works of Dr. King. The program will include a keynote address by James Young, Mayor of Philadelphia, Mississippi, and the presentation of awards for dedication to fulfilling the hopes and dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Contact Ruby Bowman, Indiana Civil Rights Commission; rbowman@icrc.in.gov; 232-2644.

Aliign LLC, a professional services firm providing an integrated suite of tax and accounting services offered within an advanced technology platform, providing clients with 24/7 Web-based access to their financial documents and data, has opened. Contact 877-225-4446; One American Square, Suite 2200, Box 82062; Carmel: 12800 N. Meridian St., Suite 400.

Slaughter Development has created a series of busisness seminars on the first Wednesday of each month starting in January. Cost: $40 or season pass for $300. The seminars will be at The Library Services Center, 2450 N. Meridian. Sign up at www.slaughterdevelopment.com/events/. Contact Slaughter Development, Jenee’ Michelle, Pur Publicity at 441-7524 or pur.publicity@gmail.com.

Secure Baby Inc., 603 S. White Ave., Sheridan, 46069, Chapter 7 liquidation. Assets: $21,800; liabilities: $282,440.

AV Tech Solutions Inc., 603 S. White Ave., Sheridan, 46069, Chapter 7 liquidation. Assets: $15,000; liabilities: $290,779.

International Violin Competition of Indianapolis received $7,500 from Duke Energy.

Kiwanis International Foundation Inc. received $25,000 from Chase and Facebook.

Eleven Indiana schools will receive a total of $43,876 from the Indiana Arts Commission.

Twenty-one Indiana organizations received a total of $1,626,587 from the Indianapolis Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions received $2,000 from the Community Foundation of Morgan County Inc. and $15,000 from Universal American.•


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