PASSION FOR PORSCHE
Porsche enthusiasts gathered on Main Street in Zionsville Saturday, June 15, for the third annual CruZionsville. Spectators admired more than 100 cars, and enjoyed live music and great food. Proceeds from the event went to the Alzheimer’s Association — Greater Indiana Chapter.
A CLASSIC LOOK
Spectators admire classic cars in front of the SullivanMunce Cultural Center Friday evening, June 14. The center hosted the event in conjunction with the Gardens of Zionsville Tour.
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?
The 10th annual Gardens of Zionsville Tour, presented by the SullivanMunce Cultural Center, took place on Saturday, June 15. Guests were able to visit six local gardens and hear from three garden speakers. Above, people enjoy touring the garden of Gary and Marcia Angstadt, who have four chickens living in their garden.
GOLF SOLUTIONS WINS CHAMBER OUTING
The Golf Solutions team was the winner of the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce’s Inaugural Golf Outing Thursday, June 13, at the Golf Club of Indiana. The foursome shot a 13-under par for the win. Pictured from left: Korey Kapitan, Brandon Phollom, Autumn Duke, Steve Maschmeyer and Chamber Director Julie Johns-Cole.
Local students go to Washington
Boone REMC is sending five local high school students to Washington, D.C., for the annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour.
Resident geared up for ride
Mike Robertson started cycling 13 years ago to get in shape, but now he has accomplished something most can only dream about doing.
‘Cancer doesn’t sleep; neither should we’
You don’t have to be an oncologist to have a part in finding a cure for cancer; just come to Lions Park between Friday, June 14, and Saturday, June 15, and support the 10th annual Zionsville Relay for Life fund raiser.
Artist Helps Students Find Creativity
Local artist Adam Seif helps out second-grade students at Eagle Elementary School. For one week in April, Mrs. Urbanski’s art classes at Eagle hosted Seif as part of the PTO-sponsored visiting artist program. Seif has written several children’s books and brought his new book, “The Smarts for Elementary School Survival” to show the students about being creative. Throughout the week, he demonstrated and helped students with drawing techniques and talked about how to find ideas for new stories and characters.
Student Wins Essay Contest
Zackary Baldwin, a third-grade student at Perry Worth Elementary School, won the Association of Indiana Counties National County Government Week essay contest for the West Central District. Baldwin received $100 for winning the contest. This year’s theme was “Smart Justice: Creating Safer Communities.” Essays were judged on how well students communicated the county’s role in promoting safety and justice for its citizens. Baldwin, lower left, is pictured with his family at the AIC West Central district meeting.
Home Depot STEPs Up
Home Depot employees help STEP students Wednesday, May 22. The employees helped the students build picnic tables that will be donated to Zionsville Community High School and used at the athletic fields.
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