Records listings for June 27-July 3, 2016

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Wiss Janney Elstner Associates Inc., firm of forensic engineering, architecture, and materials scientists, has opened an Indianapolis office at 8847 Commerce Park Place, Suite G, 46268. Phone: 510-3940; Email:

June 10-11: American Medical Writers Association, Indiana chapter conference, The Columbia Club, 121 Monument Circle. Contact

Ivy Tech Community College and Ameriflight have partnered. The Aviation Maintenance Technician Pathway Program is designed to provide opportunities for future employment at Ameriflight to students completing Aviation Maintenance Technician training at Ivy Tech. Contact 214-422-4627; E-mail:

Brooke’s Place to benefit from the Hope Fore Tomorrow Golf Tournament, June 6, at Plum Creek Golf Club in Carmel. 10:45 a.m. check in and lunch with a noon shotgun start. To register, go to Cost: $150 per golfer or $600 per foursome. Call 705-9650.

Warren Arts & Education Foundation to benefit from 24th annual charity golf outing at Maple Creek Golf & Country Club, 10501 E 21st St. on June 6. Call Mary McKinley or Cris Groseth, at 869-4383.

Noble to benefit from Noble Golf Classic on June 7 at Sagamore Golf Club, 10900 Golden Bear Way. Contact events.

Indiana Landmarks to benefit from The Wolfsonian, the private auto museum of Indiana Automotive affinity group president Andy Wolf in Indianapolis, at 2225 E. 54th St. on June 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tickets: $15-$35.

Trutsted Mentors to benefit from Champion Bike Ride on June 11, at 9 a.m. at Midwest Computer Accessories, 850 S. Meridian St. in the up-and-coming Stadium Village. Tickets: Each rider $20 (youth for $10) and then fundraises at least $150 (and $50 for youth between 12-18). Plus lunch at the After Party! Not a rider? Join the After Party for a $25 donation. Contact

The Villages to benefit from Family Night on June 16 Indians Game at Victory Field. The Villages receives $5 for each $10 ticket sold through their website for the Indians game. Many supporters also purchase tickets and donate them back so foster families can attend the game. You can purchase and donate Tribe Tokens on the website in $10 increments to make the game a complete summertime experience for the kids. Contact

Child Advocates to benefit from Superhero Run on June 25 at Fort Harrison State Park, 8:30 a.m. superhero 5k with family fun walk/parade to follow. Contact

Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter, to benefit from A Tasteful Affair (5th Annual), sponsored by Channel 4 and Eli Lilly, with Marianne Lyles MC on June 30 at Park Tudor School’s Clowes Commons from 6-9 p.m. Restaurants/vendors confirmed: Big Lug Canteen, Sullivan’s, Late Harvest Kitchen, Ale Emporium, Tilly’s Tea Room, Giordano’s, The Melting Pot, Gigi’s Cupcakes, Easley Wines, Upland Brewery Carmel, Sun King, Chateau De Pique Winery, Bier Brewery, Granite City and more.  Champagne bar donated from Monarch Beverage. Silent and live auction. Tickets: $50 pp or $35 if lupus patient. Tickets available at

Bosma Enterprises to benefit from Bosma Visionary Golf Classic on July 11 at the Sagamore Club, Noblesville. Contact Arvetta Jideonwo at 871-2176 or

Special Olympics Indiana to benefit from Charity Golf Classic on July 14 at Prairie View Golf Course. Shotgun Start at 11:30 a.m. (Lunch & Dinner included). Auction with sports packages follow event. To register your foursome, email

Indiana Black Expo to benefit from Pacers Sports & Entertainment Corporate Luncheon and Awards Presentation on July 15 at Convention Center Halls D & E at 10:30 a.m., lunch 11 a.m. Ticket: $60, $600 table of 10. See also 46th Annual Summer Celebration, July7-17.

Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter, to benefit from Walk to End Lupus Now and End Lupus Now 5k Run on Oct.1, in Historic Military Park, 601 West New York Street. The run begins at 11am and the Walk begins at noon.

Fundraising Results

90.1 WFYI Public Radio was able to raise $270,516 to fund programming due to the Spring Membership Drive.

Fairbanks’ Fifteenth Annual Circle of Hope Dinner netted $155,000.

Pink Ribbon Connection raised over $2,000 at Walking for Dreams fundraiser.

The LIDS Foundation has named its 2016 “Tip the Hat Award” grant recipients. Benefiting from the grants are Little Wish Foundation, $75,000 and Nine13sports, $50,000, two not-for-profits supporting the greater Indianapolis area.

In Recognition
Umbaugh, an Indianapolis-based municipal advisor company, has been ranked in the top 10 for all municipal advisors in the U.S. by the Thomson Reuters reporting company.

Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Advisors Carleton J. Evans, Chris D. Jacobs, Eric Payne, John Cate, Kevin C. McMullen, Martin Gregor, Ron Mencias, Richard C. Searles , Christopher Brooke, Matthew Kahn and James Schillaci have been recognized on the Barron’s 2016 America’s Top 1,200 Advisors: State-by-State List.•


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