Art IN Hand celebrates Christmas in the Village
Art IN Hand Gallery, 211 S. Main St., will celebrate Christmas in the Village Saturday, Dec. 1, and Sunday, Dec. 2.
Throughout the holiday season, register for a chance to win a stocking filled with artwork from some of the artists.
A tree will be on display with handmade ornaments created by artists and available for purchase.
On Friday, Dec. 7, Hopwood Wine Cellars will offer wine tastings.
Voyles receives award
from state bar association
Zionsville resident James H. Voyles Jr. received the GP Hall of Fame Award during the Indiana State Bar Association's annual meeting Thursday, Oct. 25.
Outgoing Indiana Bar Association President C. Erik Chickedantz presented the award, which is sponsored by the Indiana State Bar Association’s General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section.
Voyles practices at the firm Voyles Zahn and Paul, where he works in the areas of general criminal defense, DUI/OWI, professional licensing and appellate.
Badger joins Benesch firm’s Indianapolis office
Steven M. Badger has joined Benesch litigation practice group.
He will work in the firm’s Indianapolis office.
Badger represents clients in commercial and complex business litigation matters, arbitrations and appeals. His litigation practice focuses on business disputes, frequently those involving competition in regulated and unregulated industries where he has background experience.
Badger’s media law experience includes representing media organizations, journalists and writers in litigation involving defamation, privacy and First Amendment rights of expression, access and newsgathering.
Badger also regularly handles cases involving insurance law and professional negligence, including defense of insurance brokers, lawyers and accountants.
Badger earned a bachelor of arts degree in economics, summa cum laude, from Wabash College and a juris doctorate, summa cum laude, from The Maurer School of Law at Indiana University.
R.L. Turner adds Hillan as project superintendent
Steve Hillan has joined R.L. Turner as the company’s newest on-site project superintendent.
Hillan brings 40 years of experience to the R.L. Turner team.
“R.L. Turner is a gold standard in the construction industry,” Hillan said. “I’m thrilled to be joining the team and look forward to helping us continue our history of excellence.”
Based in Zionsville, R.L. Turner has been one of the Midwest’s Premier Construction Partners for more than 35 years. The employee-owned company has a workforce of approximately 75 full-time and part-time employees.
Wellness Center helps
beat holiday stress
Zionsville Holistic Chiropractic and Wellness Center, 1620 W. Oak St., Suite 100, will offer a special workshop.
The workshop, “Defeat Holiday Stress,” will be at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3.
Attendees will receive hands-on demonstrations of easy ways to release high levels of stress that often comes with the hustle and bustle of the holidays.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Visit www.zionsvillechiropractor.com/holidays or call 733-9630 to register. Registration is required for the free event.
Art IN Hand celebrates Christmas in the Village
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VIDEO: Meet the primary candidates
Each year, the Zionsville Times Sentinel publishes information on candidates for the primary election. Below you will find a list of each candidate's qualifications, as well as videos showing their responses to questions relating to their office.
The following is a partial list of duties for the offices up for election:
Superior Court II
Indiana has 143 Superior Courts. Judges run under party banners for six-year terms. Superior Courts have roughly the same powers as Circuit Courts to try any kind of case, aind includes small claims and minor offense divisions.
- Conservator of the peace
- Take charge of the county jail and its prisoners.
- Serve warrants, subpoenas and other forms of process
- Collect delinquent state income taxes
- Sell mortgaged property
- Attend sessions of th County Council and Commissioners
Board of Commissioners has three members from three districts serving four year, staggered terms.
- Controling, cmaintaining and supervising county property.
- Auditing and authorizing claims.
- Receiving bids and authorizing contracts.
- Supervising construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.
- Issuing bonds or notes (with county council approval)
- Recommending county salaries to the county council
- Establishing animal shelters
The council has the financial power and serves as a check to the Board of Commissioners. The county is divided in to four districts, with one member from each district and three at large.
- Fix the tax rate and impose the tax levy
- Make appropriations to be paid by the county treasury
- Reappropriate surplus fund
- Fix salaries of officers, deputies assistants and other employees
SOURCE: Here is Your Indiana Government
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YAR awards more than $9,600 in grants
Youth as Resources Boone County, a program of the United Way of Central Indiana, has awarded more than $9,600 to fund community service projects designed and implemented by local youth.
More than 30 children participated in a painting lesson Saturday, March 16, at the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library in honor of Youth Art Month.
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Chinese classes prepare for New Year celebration
Students in Chinese classes prepare for a Chinese New Year celebration, which will be from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, in the Zionsville Performing Arts Center, 1000 Mulberry St.
Schillaci represents Zionsville at Lugar symposium
Zionsville Community High School junior Dixie Schillaci represented the school at the 2012 Sen. Richard Lugar Symposium, which was at the University of Indianapolis.
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