Records for July 13-19, 2015

Indiana Black Expo to benefit from the Pacers Sports and Entertainment Corporate Luncheon July 17 at the Indiana Convention Center. Tickets: $60. Contact 925-2702 or visit

Pink Ribbon Connection to benefit from Birdies for Breast Cancer golf outing hosted by The Prestwick Ladies Golf Association at Prestwick Country Club on July 17 This is a co-ed Florida Scramble with teams of four. Contact Pink Ribbon Connection.

WFYI Listen Up speakers series to benefit by Cokie Roberts, senior news analyst for National Public Radio, speaking at a public forum on July 23, at 6 p.m., at the Indiana Repertory Theatre. Tickets: $25. Contact

Autism Society of Indiana to benefit by Softball for Autism, 2nd Annual, July 25, hosted by Avon Sports Park lat 104 S CR 625 E Avon, 46123. Contact Shane Chesshir at (812)870-6566 or Erin Withers (812)605-2221 to enter your team.

Autism Society of Indiana to benefit by Swing for a Cause Charity Golf Outing, Aug. 25 at Eagle Creek Golf Club. Shotgun start”11a.m. and registration: 9:30 a.m. Cost: $125 per person or $500 a team. We will be playing both the Sycamore and Pines courses which will be assigned day of the tournament. Hole sponsorships are $300. Contact

Women Like Us Charitable Leadership Grants for Women Changing the World to benefit from Women Like Us Foundation Symposium: Life on Purpose on Aug. 27, 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Laurel Hall/Ruth Lilly Conference Center, 5395 Emerson Way, 46226. Tickets: $25. Contact

Gary Dudley Memorial Scholarship Foundation to benefit from 2nd annual Church BrothersCollision Repair Car Show sponsored by Church Brothers Collision Repair, on Aug. 29, at 10 a.m., 751 N. Shadeland Ave. Cost: $20 per vehicle. Pre-register at by Aug. 24 to receive free event t-shirt. Contact 846-8965;

Purdue University, West Lafayette, has received a $40,000 Preservation Technology and Training grant from the National Park Service, for Enhancing Historic Landscape Visualization.

Arts for Learning received $4,000 from the Arthur Jordan Foundation and $2,000 from the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Family Foundation.

Hoosiers Veterans Assistance Foundation of Indiana received a $5,000 grant from Andrew Noga, AXA Advisors LLC, one of the 2015 Worldwide Grant recipients awarded from the MDRT Foundation.•

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