Monthly Archives: July 2014

Annual PAWS Pool Party Aug. 16

GREENFIELD — On Saturday, August 16, Partners for Animal Welfare Society is hosting its 11th Annual PAWS Pool Party and Dog Dive Contest at Riley Park Pool, 300 Apple Street, Greenfield. The Dog Dive Contest begins at 10 a.m. There is a $10 registration fee per team, and medals and … Read More

“Saving the NOW Generation” Exhibit Comes to Central Library

INDIANAPOLIS — Individuals of all ages are invited to view a powerful and thought-provoking exhibit of images that reflect the growing concern for the epidemic of youth violence in the African-American community entitled, “Kin Killin’ Kin,” on display from Aug. 11 – Sept. 28 in the South Display Hall at … Read More

BMV Announces Reinstatement Program

INDIANAPOLIS — A new BMV Reinstatement Relief Program will allow suspended drivers to pay temporarily reduced reinstatement fees and earn reinstatement, as long as all other legal requirements for reinstatement are met. The BMV’s new Reinstatement Relief Program offers a 50 percent discount for any reinstatement fees incurred prior to … Read More

Buck Creek Players Close Season with “Beauty and the Beast”

INDIANAPOLIS — The Buck Creek Players will close their 40th Anniversary Season “Fabulous at 40” with the Playhouse Players Youth Production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Junior, opening Aug. 1 and continuing for two weekends through Aug. 10. Curtain times will be at 8:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, … Read More

Pre-Participation Physicals Help Limit Injuries in Young Athletes

In this month’s column, I will address the importance of pre-participation sports physicals for children and the role they play in helping to limit injuries caused by involvement in organized sports. Pre-participation sport physicals are yearly physical exams required prior to the start of the sports season that allows a … Read More