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Records - Dec. 20, 2010

December 18, 2010
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Announcement
Massaro & Ciobanu LLP, a civil law and litigation firm, has opened at 450 E. 96th St., Suite 500. Phone: 218-3665; fax: 218-3329; Email: jmassaro@massarociobanu.com; Website: www.massarociobanu.com.

Bankruptcies
Harbour Animal Hospital LLC, 20811 Hague Road, Noblesville, 46062. Chapter 7 liquidation. Assets: none; liabilities: $456,580.

Remy Painting LLC, 4014 Baker Drive, 46235. Chapter 7 liquidation. Assets: $2,050; liabilities: $25,200.

Kaldahl Roofing Inc., P.O. Box 24153, 46224. Chapter 7 liquidation. Assets: $770; liabilities: $907,555.

Corporate Philanthropy
Indianapolis schools to benefit from the sale of Bring the Hope to Indianapolis clothing line. Contact 902-2958.

Riley Hospital for Children patients and their families have received signed baseball caps and Mattel die-cast cars from IZOD IndyCar Series drivers as part of Racing for Kids.

Gleaners Food Bank received more than 2,300 items of canned goods and non-perishables as a result of PillowTalk boutique’s food drive.

Mudbugs Cajun Café is gathering new clothing, toys and food for Good Samaritan through the end of December.

Indiana Ballet Conservatory and Madame Walker Theatre plan to give 600 tickets to their Nutcracker production to the Children’s Bureau, Child Advocates, Gleaners Food Bank Wheeler Mission Ministries, U.S. Dream Academy, Gary Brackett’s IMPACT Foundation, D.R.E.A.M. Alive Inc., Concord Center Neighborhood Association and various local church youth departments.

Indianapolis Colts, Martin University, Lucas Oil Products, Meijer, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Feed the Children, Campbell’s Chunky Soup, WISH-TV, MyINDY-TV and Gleaners Food Bank hosted the Hoosiers Helping Hoosiers at Thanksgiving food distribution and career fair.

Main Street Barber Shop, 41 W. Main St., Carmel, is collecting soft-back books, magazines, playing cards and donations for the VA Hospital throughout the year.

Fundraising
Heroes Foundation to benefit from “An Evening With Heroes” on Feb. 26 at the JW Marriott Indianapolis. Contact 255-6467.

Fundraising Results
Midwest Food Bank received 5,625 cans of food as a result of the Least of These 5th Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party.

Grants
White’s Residential & Family Services received a grant from the Hoover Family Foundation to buy a passenger van.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure Central Indiana received $8,265 from Panera Bread.

Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center received $100,000 from HOPE.

In Recognition
United Way of Central Indiana received the Crowning Achievement Award by Crown Services Inc.

Peyton and Ashley Manning, Assistance League of Indianapolis, Ruth Lilly Philanthropic Foundation, Kroger Stores Central Division, Sue Anne Gilroy, Albert Chen, Avery Jukes, Cayman Jarvis received 2010 Association of Fundraising Professionals Philanthropy Awards. Sidney and Lois Eskenazi and Thomas A. King received Lifetime Achievement awards.

Conner Prairie received a 2010 National Medal for Museum and Library Services.

Lange Bros. Woodwork Co. received its second safety recognition from the Architectural Woodwork Institute.

Yeager Properties received the Look—Renovation award from the Carmel Chamber of Commerce.

J.C. Hart Co. Inc. received the Look—New Construction award from the Carmel Chamber of Commerce.

Carmel Clay Schools for Administrative Green Team received the Green Award from the Carmel Chamber of Commerce.

Adan Diaz was named a 2010 Five Star Wealth Manager by Indianapolis Monthly magazine.

Grace Fellowship Church, Aspen Group company, received a national Solomon Award in the Best Church Design: Expansion Project category.

Midwest Mole received a Leader in Construction Employee Safety from the Indiana Construction Association.

Ball State University was named Technology Innovator of the Year by the Hoosier Environmental Council.

Sydney L. Steele was named a Distinguished Fellow of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation.

Byron C. Kauffman, Ed Matthews, S. Todd Jackson, Mike Anton, Beverly J. Barney and Patrick J. O’Connor received awards from the Independent Insurance Agents of Indiana.

Frost Brown Todd was ranked 12th in the nation for superior client service and was included in the Client Service 30 by BTI Consulting Group.•
 

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