Monthly Archives: July 2017

This Week’s Issue: July 28-Aug. 3

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Indiana State Fair Celebrates the “Wonderful World of Food” Aug. 4-20

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair will celebrate the “Wonderful World of Food” throughout the course of the fair. There will be a featured food each day of the Fair from Aug. 4 to Aug. 20. All the featured foods will include a spotlight on Indiana farmers who produce the … Read More

Scecina Hires New Principal

INDIANAPOLIS – President Joe Therber today announced the appointment of the next principal of Scecina Memorial High School. Joseph (Joe) Brettnacher, Ph.D., who currently is the superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Columbus in Ohio, will begin serving the Scecina Community as principal on Mon., Aug. 7. As … Read More

Winners of Play-A-Part at Buck Creek Players Ready to Go in “Peter Pan”

INDIANAPOLIS — A BCP audience favorite, all roles in the Play-A-Part Fundraisers are “won” through an online silent auction with no required auditions. Veteran performers join first-timers to give this classic musical a comedic twist much like The Carol Burnett Show or Saturday Night Live. Peter and his mischievous fairy … Read More

Eskenazi Receives $1.5 Mil. Grant from Lilly Endowment

INDIANAPOLIS — Eskenazi Health and Eskenazi Health Foundation recently announced a $1.5 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to expand the Initiative for Empowerment and Economic Independence (IEEI). The Eskenazi Health program provides meaningful internships for students from Indiana colleges and universities to help the students achieve meaningful employment. The … Read More