Home Study Abroad Carmel in brief — December 21, 2021 • Current Publishing

Carmel in brief — December 21, 2021 • Current Publishing

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Carmel in brief — December 21, 2021 • Current Publishing

CIC-COM-1221 Missions – Selear

Lifeguard honored for saving lives The American Red Cross honored Lifeguard Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation Matthew Celler with the organization’s December 8 award for saving lives at the Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit on December 8 for his use of Red Cross training to save a man’s life. In September, Celer was on a lifeguard mission at Monon Community Center when he was alerted to a man who had lost consciousness on the basketball courts. He was relieved of his position and rushed to assess the gentleman’s condition. The shepherd was short of breath and lacking a pulse. Selear immediately began chest compressions, providing robotic support with an external defibrillator and continuous rounds of CPR until the man regained consciousness.

Look for the Elf in Needler’s – Now through December 24, kids who spot the Mistletoe the Elf hiding inside the Fresh Needler Market at 4755 E. 126th St. Find guides on Needler’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/NeedlersFreshMarket.

The region awarded $20 million through READI The White River Regional Opportunity Initiative was awarded $20 million through the Indiana Regional Economic Development Accelerator. Hamilton, Marion, and Madison counties have partnered with the City of Zionsville and the City of McCordsville to present a plan that enhances opportunities along the White River. Learn more at IndianaREADI.com.

Recycle live holiday trees Recycle a live, no-decor holiday tree from noon to 4 p.m. January 2, 2022 at Westermeier Commons car park in Central Park. Those who attend a tree will receive a free warm drink. Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation will recycle the tree into mulch for community use.

Possible Mission Scholarship Winner Carmel resident Renuka Bajpai, a student at Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI, received a $1,000 scholarship to finish third in the school’s Mission Possible competition, which recognizes students whose presentations demonstrate a passion for and commitment to a cause and pursuit Beyond a future in philanthropy. Bajpai aims to help veterans with PTSD by connecting them to resources and reducing suicide rates.

Holiday waste, recycling table Carmel’s residential garbage and recycling services won’t be late by Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Both holidays fall on a Saturday, which is not a normal day of service. Residents should put out their trash and recycling on their regular day of the week.

Granted Grant Alivia Gaskins of Carmel has been awarded the Carmel Family Conservatory Scholarship at Baldwin Wallace University. Gaskins is a Carmel High School graduate specializing in Music Education.

The Commissioner was appointed as Vice President In 2022, Hamilton County Commissioner Mark Herbrandt was elected vice president of the Indiana Association of County Commissioners during the organization’s annual conference. Heirbrandt will be Vice Chair of the IACC’s Board of Directors, which sets the association’s legislative policies and goals.

recycle holiday lights The green teams of Carmel Clay Schools, City of Carmel Utilities, Tech Recyclers and White’s Ace Hardware are working together to deliver a light holiday recycling campaign. Until January 20, residents can recycle used and unwanted holiday lights at White’s Ace Hardware at 731 S. Range Line Road. CCS Green Teams will be showing recycling on the CCS campus through January 6. For more information, contact Kelli Prader at Carmel’s Utilities Department at 317-571-2673.

Explore TIF videos The City of Carmel has created a four-part video series explaining how tax increase financing works and how the Carmel Redevelopment Commission uses it to spur large development projects. Watch videos on youtube.com/user/CityofCarmel/videos.

Governor Fellowship Governor Eric Holcomb is accepting applications through January 28, 2022, for the Governor’s Fellowship 2022-2023, which places fellows at various government agencies on a rotating basis throughout the year. The program is open to university graduates who obtained their Bachelor’s degree in the beginning of the summer or fall of 2021 or will receive it in the spring of 2022. Fellows receive salaries for full-time employees who participate in the day-to-day activities of the state government. Applicants must know if they have been selected for an interview no later than February 14, 2022. The fellowship will begin on July 1, 2022. Learn more and apply at in.gov/gov/governors-office/governors-fellowship-program.

Military Veterans Hall of Fame -The Indiana Veterans Hall of Fame is accepting nominations for the 2022 class through August 1, 2022. To be eligible, a candidate must have been born in Indiana, entered the military from Indiana, lived in Indiana for at least five years and have no criminal convictions . The nomination form can be found at imvhof.com/nominate. To learn more about the organization or to make a tax-deductible donation, visit imvhof.com.

November home sales November saw a brisk movement in the Carmel residential real estate market, with homes leaving the market quickly driven by a slight drop in selling prices. According to FC Tucker Co. , Carmel homes sold for five days, or 29.4 percent, faster than November 2020. The median sale price for a home in Carmel is down slightly compared to this time last year, down 3.3 percent to $51,253. The median price per square foot for a Carmel home was $187.95, a decrease of 8.6 percent.

Everything in the house to open the showroom Everything Home will open a 2,600-square-foot retail showroom and studio space in early 2022 on the first floor of the Indiana Design Center. Everything Home showroom and studio will be the destination for buying curated home furniture and décor. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the design team at Everything Home to learn more about the signing process and the services available for rental.

MY SALON SUITES ARE NOW OPEN – MY SALON SUITE in Carmel City Center is now open in the courtyard United Fidelity Bank Building at 800 S. Range Line Rd. , Hanover Place, Suite 290. The Carmel City Center location is the company’s first Indianapolis area location and the company’s second Indiana location. The MY SALON pavilion provides beauty and wellness professionals across many disciplines, and is a site to build their businesses and talents. The 28 private suites are fully furnished with furniture, including a full-length mirror with ambient lighting and storage, styling chair, separate shampoo bowl, color bar with separate sink and options for business owners to customize the space with their own taste and choice of paint colors.

Vice President of MJ Insurance – MG Insurance, a Carmel-based risk management and employee benefits agency, has appointed Braden Bates as vice president of technology. Bates comes to MJ Insurance with more than a decade of technical leadership experience and experience managing IT infrastructure. Bates holds an Associate of Science from Ivy Tech Community College in Indiana and recently received a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from Colorado State University.

blood campaign – The City of Carmel, Indianapolis Colts Bleed Blue, and Versiti are participating to conduct a blood drive from 10:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. December 28 at Carmel’s Water Treatment Plant, 4915 E. A contest is underway to see who can receive the most donations. When making a donation, ask the technician to vote. Subscribe to donate to donate.indiana.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/152435.

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