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Luke Canterbury was only four years old when he was diagnosed with Burkitts Lymphoma. Two years after his battle with cancer, he is now The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Boy of the Year, helping to support blood cancer research and awareness.

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SPECIAL ONEZONE EDITIONAPRIL 2016 MAGAZINETHE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETYS BOY OF THE YEARLUKE CANTERBURY1)Fishers Indianapolis AndersonTTTThhhhhheeee OOOOOnnnnllllllyyyy NNNNaamme You Neeeeddd TTTToooo KKKKKnnnnooowwww!!!!Indiana's#1 1)111NissanDealer!NNNaammee YYYoouu NNNeeeeddd TT in the Midwest! in the Midwest!OVER 600New Nissans - In Stock! in n tinin thettthhhhhe Me Mhe Mhe Mst!st!in the Midwest! New Nissans -NN In Stock!You Get More Than A Low Price At Ed Martin Nissan! Superior Customer Service! The Perfect Selection! Over 600 In Stock! Incredible Deals!1) Based on 2014 Nissan USA new car sales data.135TH and 37 (3 Blocks North of I-69)(317) 863-2424802 N. Shadeland(Just South of 10TH Street)(317) 359-9231E. 53rd. St & Scatterfield Rd(1/4 Mile North of I-69)(765) 442-1100CMYCMMYCYCMYK18040 EMN-Fishers-#1Nissan.ai 1 9/21/15 8:37 AM WANT YOUR HOME HERE? 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Join us for ourASK THE DESIGNER SERIES FRIDAYS FROM 11:00AM-1:00PMLOCATION:THE CASE REMODELING SHOWROOMShowroom Tours | Door Prizes | Refreshments & More!CALL 317-846-2600 OR EMAIL CLIENTSERVICES@CASEINDY.COM TO RSVP4 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 544THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY'S BOY OF THE YEAR LUKE CANTERBURYWriter / Kara ReibelLuke Canterbury was only four years old when he was diagnosed with Burkitts Lymphoma. Two years after his battle with cancer, he is now The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Boy of the Year, helping to support blood cancer research and awareness.atFishers.com 6 Meet New MV Superintendent Dr. Shane Robbins12 GRAMMY Winners Hold Clinic at Fishers High School14 Orangetheory16 Geist and Carmel Half Marathon Challenge19 Meet the Murphys25 Hardcourts to Open Gym29 HSE Hockey Captains Will Knight & Eric Larson32 Fishers Milestones34 Mission Trip: CLERvision1638 Planet Beach Wellness Spa Opens in Fishers40 Red Sake's Godzilla Challenge41 Kim Dodson: A Hero for the Special Needs CommunityFEATURED 8 Four Day Ray to Open New Restaurant & Bar in Nickel Plate District49 OneZone One Year Later // Techlocity54 Troy Dixon Runs for Man of the Year for the Leukemia & Lymphoma SocietyCOVER STORY PUBLISHERTom BrittTom@TownePost.com / 317-496-3599BUSINESS MANAGERJeanne BrittJeanne@TownePost.com / 317-288-7101CONTENT MANAGERKara ReibelCREATIVE DIRECTOR Alyssa SanderADVERTISING DESIGNER Austin VanceEDITORKatelyn BausmanAPRIL WRITERS & CONTRIBUTORSJanelle Morrison / Kara ReibelKeeley Miller / Lisa MitchellMark Morrow / Matt Keating Pat Carlini SHOP LOCAL!Help our local economy by shopping local. Advertising supporters of the Fishers Magazine offset the costs of publication and mailing, keeping this publication FREE. Show your appreciation by thanking them with your business.STORY SUBMISSIONSPost your stories to TownePost.com or email to info@atFishers.com.MAILING ADDRESSP.O. Box 36097 / Indianapolis, IN 46236Phone: 317-288-7101 / Fax: 317-536-3030The Fishers Magazine is published by TownePost Network Inc. and is written for and by Fishers area residents. Magazines are distributed via direct mail to more than 25,923 Fishers area homeowners and residents each month.Business Spotlights are sponsored contentCover Photo / Brian Brosmer6 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comWriter / Pat Carlini . Photographer / Keeley MillerWhat do military awards, athletic training and technology initiatives have in common? The answer may be surprising: the new superintendent at Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation, Dr. Shane Robbins.When you walk into Dr. Robbins office, you notice a wall of accolades and awards, including the Distinguished Hoosier by former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal and the Army Achievement Medal. Dr. Robbins has served his country in the United States Army/Indiana National Guard since 1987, including a deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, and continues to remain active as a Lieutenant Colonel.As you look around his office, you will also notice a StairMaster in one corner and a Fitbit on his wrist a sign that this accomplished man likes to get a workout in now and then too!I try to get in a few steps when I can, said Dr. Robbins. It comes from my days as a certified athletic trainer.Dr. Robbins has an extensive background in both education and athletic training. After graduating from Franklin College, he owned a fitness center while serving as a Health and Science Teacher at Blackford High School in 1998. He later returned to graduate school at Ball State University and earned his masters degrees in Secondary Education in 1999, K-12 Administration in 2003, Educational Specialist Degree as a Superintendent in 2007 and finally his Doctorate in Educational Leadership in 2011.Dr. Robbins landed at the Mt. Vernon School District last July, and just like planning a good physical rehabilitation program, Dr. Robbins assessed and planned for the future at Mt. Vernon. The district has made tremendous progress since his arrival.When I took over, the Board had just passed a three year Strategic Plan, so it was more about taking a blueprint and putting an action plan together rather than just coming in and making changes, states Dr. Robbins. "A plan is only as good as the people implementing it, and I feel pretty confident with our staff at Mt. Vernon.One important Mt. Vernon initiative that Dr. Robbins had prior experience implementing in other school districts was executing a one-to-one technology initiative (one computer device for every student/staff member). Dr. Robbins launched this district-wide initiative a year earlier than scheduled and has been successful in providing an additional tool to motivate, engage and challenge students in their education.Implementing a 1:1 technology initiative requires additional staff training to assist teachers in utilizing digital curriculum in the classroom. Dr. Robbins began the Delayed Start Wednesday program to provide approximately 45 minutes each week of professional development for teachers to work collaboratively, make data-informed decisions, train on the digital curriculum and remain on the cutting edge of education. MEET NEW MOUNT VERNON SUPERINTENDENT DR. SHANE ROBBINS6 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 7www.mvcsc.k12.in.usO P E N E N R O L L M E N TSuccessful FuturesBegin Here!KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION: Mon. | APRIL 11noon-7 p.m.MT. COMFORT Elementary School5694 W. 300 N.Greenfield, IN 46140317.894.7667Tue. | APRIL 12noon-7 p.m.MCCORDSVILLE Elementary School7177 N. 600 W.McCordsville, IN 46055317.336.7760Wed. | APRIL 13noon-7 p.m.FORTVILLE Elementary School8414 N. 200 W.Fortville, IN 46040317.485.3180REGISTER AT ANY SITE FOR ALL THREE SCHOOLSStudents that are able to may arrive at the later start time on Wednesdays. Students that arrive normal time on the buses are supervised and provided academic activities. Meanwhile, teachers are provided time in their Professional Learning Communities each week to sharpen their instructional skills in a blended learning environment.Dr. Robbins also sought approval from the Indiana Department of Education to offer eLearning Days during inclement weather. Only school districts with computer devices K-12 are able to offer these eLearning Days where students continue to learn with their computer device at home.Essentially, there are no more snow days. Our first eLearning Day in January was a success both from the students and staff s perspective. Parents tweeted pictures of their children working on their computer by the fire in their pajamas, said Dr. Robbins.Dr. Robbins vows to keep the community well informed of what the school district is spending by posting financial and progress reports on the district website at mvcsc.k12.in.us.People want to know how their tax dollars are being spent and if they are put to good use, said Dr. Robbins.The new superintendent has made additional changes that impact the community. Robbins removed the Pay-to-Participate club ($25) and athletic fees ($225) in the fall. He has also made some cosmetic improvements to school buildings and the grounds.Sometimes the simplest things get noticed, states Dr. Robbins who said he received numerous compliments on how nice the landscaping looked in front of the buildings.Dr. Robbins comes to Mt. Vernon School District following his work at Northwestern Consolidated School District of Shelby County where he also became known for implementing new technology while keeping the budget in line and visible to all.Dr. Robbins lives in Fishers with his wife Heather and his two teenage sons Bryce and Brandon who also attend Mt. Vernon Schools. Pat Carlini is an experienced television/radio personality associated with NBC in Indianapolis and the syndicated Bob & Tom Show. She can be contacted at patcarlini.com.8 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comCo-owner Brian Graham at future sight of Four Day Ray restaurant and bar in Fishers8 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 9Writer / Matt Keating . Photographer / Keeley MillerT he co-owners of Four Day Ray, a production brewery, are planning an affiliated restaurant and bar in Fishers that will feature all their outstanding craft beers, plus an extensive menu of delicious food.Co-owner Brian Graham said the Four Day Ray restaurant and bar will occupy more than half of the nearly 20,000 square foot building under construction at 11671 Lantern Rd., at the corner of North Street and Lantern Road in Fishers. The balance of the building also consists of approximately 8,000 square feet of available office space for lease.Graham and his co-owners started planning the restaurant in 2012.It is great seeing people having a good time, Graham said. Four Day Ray is a great location for the Nickel Plate District, Graham said. We will have it open this summer. People already love the name.Four Day Ray is an old railway term that refers to a railway employee who habitually calls off one day a week.The term also raises a pint to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president, for ending prohibition and being known as the drinking president, Graham noted. "I think this will be a big hit. We promise to serve up a terrific selection of craft beer, along with a menu of creative, globally inspired dishes all made with the finest ingredients locally sourced whenever possible.The brewery and restaurant will feature multiple unique indoor gathering spaces and what is sure to be the Nickel Plate Districts finest outdoor dining space. I think we will appeal to a wide group of people.Four Day Ray will also feature regular live music, ranging from the areas most well-known musical acts to its most exciting up and coming ones. Private events will be accommodated in The Loft, Four Day Rays mezzanine level with a one-of-a-kind bar that overlooks the rest.Four Day Ray plans to distribute its craft brews to local bars, restaurants and liquor stores shortly after opening. The brewery will offer patrons exceptional on-site experiences through tours, special events and tappings.Four Day Ray is Grahams brainchild. He teamed up with Fishers entrepreneurs and fellow craft beer enthusiasts Chris Welsh and Matt Troyer to come up with a game plan to bring a craft brewery to downtown Fishers. Mitch Ackerman, formerly of Thirsty Dog Brewing (Akron, Ohio) and Mudshark Brewery (Lake Havasu City, Arizona), rounds out the founding team with an accomplished history in production.The culmination of our efforts and the opening of the brewery are just a few short months away, Graham said. Everything has come together better than we ever imagined, and we are very excited to be part of the Fishers community. The city of Fishers is doing great things to make this an exceptional place to live, work and play. Four Day Ray is an old railway term that refers to a railway employee who habitually calls off one day a week. "The term also raises a pint to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president, for ending prohibition and being known as the drinking president."10 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comTroyer noted that "the goal is to bring a great neighborhood brewery to our hometown. We want to make this a gathering place for all of Fishers and its visitors and show how great a community Fishers really is.Welsh said, We are committed to using as many local resources as possible to execute the project in order to build on the community feel of the development. MD Architects of Fishers designed the project, and Meyer Najem Construction, headquartered one block north of the site, is the general contractor. It doesnt get any more local than that.Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness said, The addition of Four Day Ray to the Nickel Plate District adds to the vibrancy of our downtown. Seeing this team of local entrepreneurs break ground on this project is very exciting for the city of Fishers. Not only will the new destination offer locally sourced food and craft beer, but the additional office space in the Nickel Plate District is in high demand and much needed. Matt Keating is an instructional assistant at Amy Beverland Elementary in Lawrence Township. Previously, he was the managing editor for NUVO Newsweekly, a marketing writer for the Indianapolis Star and a public relations executive at the Montgomery Zukerman Davis (MZD) advertising agency. He has been thrown out of The Pacers locker room, The Star and Stevie Wonders VIP lounge.Rendering of the restaurant and bar in the Nickel Plate District10 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 11Ankle Back Elbow Foot Hand Hip Joint Replacement & RevisionKnee Neck Pediatric Orthopedics Physical Medicine & RehabilitationShoulder Spine Sports Medicine Wristwww.ciocenter.comAt Central Indiana Orthopedics, we are the leaders in offering the experienced orthopedic care you need for your orthopedic injuries and conditions. Call 317-773-4301 for an appointment.David W. Graybill, M.D. Knee/Hip Replacement Knee Arthroscopy Kyphoplasty Birmingham Hip ResurfacingP. Jamieson Kay, M.D. General Orthopedics Joint Replacement Arthroscopy Sports MedicineFrancesca D. Tekula, M.D. Neurosurgery Neck & Spine SurgeryThomas L. 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Photographer / Brian BrosmerDave Matthews Band saxophonist Jeff Coffin and Futureman Roy Wooten, both GRAMMY winners, held a creative workshop at Fishers High School, underwritten by Paiges Music.In conjunction with the Fishers High School Band Boosters, we were thrilled to help bring this clinic to FHS, says Tim Dawson, Director of School Sales for Paiges Music.Students from area schools were also invited to attend. It was tremendously worthwhile and very educational, says attendee Brian Brosmer. The encouragement of expression through music was depicted through the very creative skills of Jeff and Roy.FHS Director of Bands Charles Kunz attended North Texas University with Jeff, so the two have been friends for years.When Jeff works as a clinician, he does more than just demonstrate the masterful skills for which he has been recognized by the media and his many fans; simply put, he inspires.Many of our students told me that working with Jeff has changed their lives and how they approach music," says Caleb Chapman, President of Caleb Chapman Music, Director of Crescent Super Band and Board member of the Jazz Education Network ( JEN).Roys talents are unique. He comes from a music family and won his first GRAMMY while performing with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. His unique style of jazz fusion is simply amazing. Listening to how he applies mathematics to his compositions is sheer brilliance.Please visit JeffCoffin.com or futuremanlive.com for more information. 14 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comIn early June, Orangetheory Fitness will open its third studio in the Indianapolis area at 116th and Olio Road in Fishers. This revolutionary fitness concept was launched in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 2010 and has rapidly spread across the country.Currently, there are over 360 Orangetheory Fitness studios in the United States and Canada with hundreds more under development. The brand is also expanding into 10 countries globally, including Australia, England, Colombia, Mexico, Israel and Spain.Area developers and owners Carolyn and Shaun McDonald relocated to Indianapolis from Florida to develop the Indiana market for Orangetheory Fitness. As is the case with many Orangetheory Fitness franchisees, they started as members and fell in love with the workout.Their passion for the product led to inquiries into business opportunities. After considering a franchise in Florida, the McDonalds decided to return to Indiana for the opportunity to develop a larger region and be closer to family. Shaun and Carolyn bring an extensive business background to this new venture. The Carmel studio exploded onto the fitness scene in April 2015 and now offers 64 classes per week! The Ironworks studio, which opened a month ago, is on the same path! Fishers-Geist is next!The physiological theory behind the Orangetheory workout is known as Excess Post Exercise Oxygen Consumption or EPOC. The scientific concept behind EPOC is that by maintaining 84 percent or higher of your maximum heart rate for a period of 12-20 minutes within a one ORANGETHEORY FITNESS11695 Olio Rd.Fishers317-960-4100orangetheoryfitness.comFind on Owners Shaun and Carolyn McDonald14 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 15hour session, your body produces an afterburn effect or an increased metabolic rate for 24-36 hours post-workout.Every 60-minute Orangetheory Fitness class delivers a high-energy workout broken into intervals of cardiovascular and strength training using a variety of equipment including treadmills, water rowers, TRX suspension straps and free weights. Each participant wears a heart rate monitor, and the percentage that a members maximum heart rate and training zone is projected, in real time, on large monitors during the session.This invaluable tool not only motivates members, but also serves as a tool for instructors to gauge levels of intensity. Each session is led by a qualified trainer who ensures you are pushing yourself while safely guiding you through the class in a motivating and fun group environment.Even though the Fishers studio grand opening is slated for June, you can sign up now as a Founding Member and enjoy a 15-20 percent discount off retail rates. There are no long-term contracts required, and youll be invited to attend free preview classes before they open.If youre looking for an effective and challenging group environment to get back into shape and get ready for summer, call or stop by the Orangetheory Fitness Fishers pre-sales office and find out why this is the Best 1-Hour Workout in the Country! 16 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comWriter / Keeley MillerPhoto ProvidedThis year, the Geist Half and Carmel Marathon have partnered up to offer a Half Marathon Challenge sponsored by Haleh Krauter State Farm insurance. People that pay the fee and run both half marathons get some cool swag and a special collectors edition medal, including a Half Marathon Challenge embroidered jacket, VIP Access to both events and two chances to win airfare, hotel and a free race entry to the March 2017 Publix Georgia Half Marathon in Atlanta!The Geist Half Marathon and Carmel Marathon are teaming up in an effort to encourage local runners to stay local! Participants may have the preconceived notion that we compete against one another for their participation, but in reality, we balance each other with five weeks between our races, said Aprill Shelburne, Executive Director of the Geist Half Marathon.The Geist and Carmel Half Marathons are the premier races in Hamilton County with well over 10,000 participants between the two. We thought we would a show unity and support for one another by offering the Haleh Krauter State Farm 26.2 Half Marathon Club.The challenge is available to half marathon runners at the Carmel Marathon, which takes place Saturday, April 16 at 7:30 a.m. The Geist Half Marathon will take place Saturday, May 21 at 7 a.m.Registration for the Carmel Half Marathon can be found at carmelmarathon.com, and registration for the Geist Half Marathon can be found at geisthalf.com. Registration for the challenge can be found on both sites. GEIST AND CARMEL HALF MARATHON CHALLENGERunners looking to run the Carmel Half Marathon (April 16) and the Geist Half Marathon (May 21) can take the Half Marathon Challenge. Pictured here are Aprill Shelburne with the St.Vincent Geist Half Marathon and Todd Oliver with the Carmel Marathon.One in four Hoosier children doesnt have enough to eat nearly 90,000 kids in Greater Indianapolis* alone. Gleaners Food Bank is trying to change that with our BackSacks Weekend Food for Kids program. But distributing a school years worth of weekend BackSacks in our entire service area comes with a cost of about $2 million. Fundraising events like Wine Women & Shoes and its sponsors help pay for this program. Yet, theyre not enough. A gift of just $20 from you provides a child with a months worth of weekend BackSacks. And a $100 gift provides him or her with an entire semesters worth. Please help us fund this worthy program by making a donation today at gleaners.orgSchools fill their heads with knowledge. Help us fill their tummies with food.Benefiting Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana*2015 Map the Meal GapA special thanks to our 2016 Wine Women & Shoes sponsors:HARDING OUTDOOR LIVING WILL TRANSFORM YOUR SPACE INTO AN OUTDOOR LIVING EXPERIENCE!SERVICING ALL YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS SINCE 1960 Curb & Gutter Sidewalks & Patios Dumpster Pads Commercial Lots Whitetopping Overlay ADA Ramps Retaining Walls Bollards & Signs Footers Drain Collars Decorative Concrete Pavers Structures Landscapes Pools Water Features Fire Features Outdoor Kitchens1-844-HARDINGHardingOutdoorLiving.com10151 HAGUE ROADINDIANAPOLIS, IN 46256Official Sponsor of theIndianapolis ColtsTownePost.com / APRIL 2016 / TOWNEPOST NETWORKMEET THE MURPHYSAN INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW CEO OF IU HEALTH AND HIS FAMILYWriter / Janelle Morrison Photographer / Chris Bergin & JJ KaplanOn May 1, Indiana University Health will welcome Dennis M. Murphy as its new CEO. IU Health is one of the largest healthcare systems in the state with 17 hospitals and health centers and also one of the states largest employers with over 30,000 employees.Murphy succeeds Daniel F. Evans, Jr. who held the position for 13 years. Murphy brings to the position remarkable experience, an optimistic vision for the future of IU Health and a passion for improving the health of the citizens of Indiana.Before choosing healthcare administration as his career, Murphy studied and prepared for a completely different career path. At the age of 14, Murphy attended the St. Lawrence Seminary High School with plans on becoming a Catholic priest.Raised in a strong Irish Catholic family in a Irish-Polish emigrant neighborhood in Chicago, he came to realize that he had a desire to serve his fellow man, but he also wanted a family. He would spend some of his summer vacations visiting the familys farm in Ireland. It was important for me to give back, and I figured out that I was still able to give back, just in a different way, explained Murphy.Murphys educational background includes a degree from where else? The University of Notre Dame in pre-professional studies with a focus in political science. Afterwards, Murphy attended and earned a masters degree in healthcare administration from Duke University.Murphy came on board as the IU Health Chief Operating Officer (COO) in 2013 and was named president in September 2015. Prior to moving to Indiana and joining IU Health, Murphy was the COO and Executive Vice President for the renowned Northwestern Memorial HealthCare system located in Chicago, which like IU Health, is closely affiliated with a medical school.Murphys resume also lists being Vice President of Ambulatory Services and Financial Planning for University of Chicago Hospitals and a decade of service at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, as Administrator of the Department of Medicine.Murphy is highly regarded in his field for a litany of accomplishments over the span of his career and continues to garner the respect of his peers and colleagues for his innovative TOWNEPOST NETWORK / APRIL 2016 / TownePost.comstrategies and system-wide initiatives.While serving as the Executive VP and COO at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, they opened a 328-bed womens hospital, and he was credited with implementing strategic plan initiatives that resulted in lowering costs and improving outcomes, improved overall patient satisfaction and advocating for the continued development of clinical research and education programs while collaborating with private physicians and the medical school affiliates.Since joining IU Health, Murphy has played an instrumental role in the expansion of IU Health Plans, giving patients access to high-quality, comprehensive care focused on improving their health. He has also led the design of the IU Health systems new organizational structure and Lean improvement efforts.This job appropriately allows me to grow much more into a strategic leadership capacity, said Murphy. I view my role as being a steward of an organization with a reputation for providing high-quality care, a strong leadership team, solid partnerships and an impressive record of success. Our hospitals have been here for over 100 years. Our job is to ensure that theyll be here for the next 100 years to provide care for patients and populations who come to us. Indiana does not rate well on a number of health measures, and as the leading healthcare provider in Indiana, we must improve the health of patients throughout the state.After accepting the position with IU Health, Murphy moved his family from Chicago to Westfield where he resides with his wife, Kristy, and their three children, Dennis, James and Ella.For us as newcomers, the move has been fantastic, Murphy expressed. People have been incredibly warm and welcoming. On the first day that we moved into our house, we had neighbors from all over the neighborhood come over to greet us. That kind of reception made us feel at home and allowed us to acclimate quickly here. It has meant a great deal to me to know that my family feels comfortable and is enjoying living here. This relocation has been a wonderful experience both personally and professionally.Murphy has become personally invested in the American Lung Association, a cause dear to him due to several family members having suffered from lung disease and died at relatively young ages. Murphy acted as the Vice Chair for the associations main fundraiser in 2015 and is the Chair of this years Evening of Promise Gala. Their mission is to raise awareness and funds to fight lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer death.Kristy feels similarly in that it has been a great move for the family. She also has an extensive background in healthcare administration and fully supports the demands of her husbands position. She has become involved with local charities such as the Women for Riley and fundraising in general for IU Health.As a family, she mentioned that the entire family volunteers for Gleaners Food Bank when possible. She also emphasized the importance of balancing her familys and husbands schedules and how she and Dennis prioritize to put their family first.When Dennis comes home, the whole house lights up. Hes extremely engaged hes not on his phone or the computer. Conversation and connecting are important, and its incredible hes able to extract things from the kids or learn about their days in a matter of minutes and takes a very sincere interest in all of us. Youll find him shooting basketball with James, playing volleyball with Ella and working out with Dennis when hes home from college. We make time for family meals as much as possible, which is over 50 percent of the time.When Im downtown volunteering or there for meetings, we make time for lunch. Its important to find pockets of quality time when we can. The kids school activities and sporting events are scheduled on his calendar. And when there are evening work events, they tend to include spouses, which is nice. We read an article that said its not so much about balancing or separating work and personal life, but integrating the two. Its what we practice. Its all very cohesive and helps keep us connected as a family.The Murphy children are acclimating quite well to their new schools and community as well. Their eldest son, Dennis, has had the least amount of time here because he is currently a freshman attending the University of Iowa studying Mechanical Engineering. Their son, James, is enjoying eighth grade and has a passion for basketball. By virtue of his Chicago roots, he is also a big fan of the The Murphys in IU Health-Norths Serenity Garden: Kristy, Dennis; (back row) Dennis, Ella and JamesTOWNEPOST NETWORK / APRIL 2016 / TownePost.com TownePost.com / APRIL 2016 / TOWNEPOST NETWORKiconic Michael Jordan.Their daughter, Ella, is in fifth grade and is active in volleyball and gymnastics. All three children exude great pride in their father and agreed that the time that they spend together as a family is the most rewarding part of their days.As a runner, one of the things Murphy has come to appreciate about the area is the connectivity of the local trails and pathways, such as the Monon Trail. I really enjoy that the local trails connect and are easily accessible, Murphy said. When I get home after work, I can run on the trail and not have to worry about vehicular traffic.The Murphys have found some favorite local shops, restaurants and eating establishments. Dont be surprised to see them at local standbys Bubs Burgers or The Local.When asked how he has adjusted to the numerous roundabouts, Murphy noted that they strike a nostalgic chord. Murphy shared a humorous story of a harrowing experience driving out of the airport in Ireland for the first time. My family, being from Ireland and having living relatives there, we naturally go back and visit them, Murphy said. As soon as one lands in Ireland and leaves the airport, they are immediately introduced to a roundabout. Even for those familiar with the function of a roundabout, it presents an immediate challenge driving through one because they drive on the left side of the road. I was driving the wrong way for the first five minutes of my first trip back as the driver.Once you have a chance to meet the Murphys, you will quickly find that they are an exceptional family that exudes a strong sense of family and a compassion for their neighbors and friends. This is certainly not surprising given Murphys Irish Catholic heritage.By all signs, IU Health and the citizens of Indiana will be in great hands as Murphy takes the helm of one of our states most important healthcare providers. 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The Open House attracts more than 6,000 people every year to the 400,000 square foot former car factory near downtown Indianapolis.The Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House not only allows guests an opportunity to see the work of 60+ local artists in one place at one time, but its an opportunity to see where and how the artwork is created. Artwork ranges from paintings, drawings and photography to sculpture, jewelry and furniture. This is the perfect time to buy one-of-a-kind gifts with artwork prices ranging from $12 to $10,000.New this year, the Grand Tour of Artisan Autos is an opportunity to see and learn about the 28 vintage and collectible cars owned by Turner Woodard which are on display in this former Stutz Motor Car factory during the event. Visitors will also enjoy special activities such as painting with Wine and Canvas, art demonstrations, live music and food vendors.For advance tickets and information, visit stutzartists.com or call 317-503-6420. 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Board certified vascular physicians VeinSolutions offers minimally invasive, effective treatments for spider and varicose veins Locations in Carmel and FishersCall 800.477.0233 for your FREE screening. You never know who has been to VeinSolutions, thats the beauty of it.stvincent.org/VeinSolutions24 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 25Writer / Kara Reibel . Photographer / Amy Unger; providedAs founder/owner of OPEN GYM Indy, Jennifer Magley partners with over 30 locally owned studios and gyms offering unlimited fitness classes for one flat fee to members.A Kansas native and former standout student-athlete, Jennifer Magley is a proud IMG Sports Academy alumnus, having trained under Nick Bollettieri with contemporaries Maria Sharapova and Jelena Jankovic. Magley is also a University of Florida graduate. While at the University of Florida, she was the #1 ranked NCAA Division I singles player in the country, NCAA Team Champion, Four-time All-American, First Team ESPN The Magazine, Finalist for the Honda Award, recipient of the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar and SEC Good Works awards. As a member of TEAM USA, Magley represented the United States in over 14 countries. Post graduation, she competed professionally on the WTA Tour before being named Associate Head Coach at Wichita State University.My early tennis career was amazing, says Magley. My parents moved our entire family to Florida just so I could train with the best.At 23, Magley was named the youngest Division I head coach in the nation, taking the helm at Florida Gulf Coast Universitys womens tennis team. During her five years at FGCU, she was appointed to serve on various boards and committees including Gender Equity and Title IX Standing committee member and was named the International Tennis Association Southeast Region Chair.While at FGCU, her teams received many accolades and recognition for their community work from United Way, USA Today and IMPACT For Kids. She created and co-founded Spring Bling, a one night red carpet event for children with life-threatening illnesses which is currently celebrating its sixth year in Southwest Florida. In early 2015, Magleys debut novel, Division I, was released, spotlighting issues that effect female collegiate athletes. Division I was featured on ESPN The Radio, reviewed by The Kansas City Star and is recommended reading at various institutions across the country.Jennifer shares that she was an intense child. For her dance classes, she asked her instructor to record the routine, so she could listen to it and practice in her basement. Jennifer would practice the routine for hours. She was 4 years old. HARDCOURTS TO OPEN GYMFORMER TENNIS PRO JENNIFER MAGLEY SERVES UP NEW FITNESS CONCEPT26 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comTo say that Jennifer was an intense child is a bit of an understatement, shares her dad, David. Jennifers father is a South Bend LaSalle High School graduate and former Mr. Basketball who went on to play for Kansas where he met his wife, Evelyn. Jennifer is their oldest of four children. As parents, we wanted our children to try hard, and after witnessing Jennifers intensity of practicing dance in the basement until her feet bled, we added, Try hard and have fun to that rule.David played with the Cleveland Cavaliers, having been the 28th overall pick of the NBA draft. I played there long enough for them to know they made a gross error in judgment by drafting me, jokes Magley who played for Phil Jackson in Albany, NY, on a CBA team where they won a championship. Magley then played in Belguim and Spain. When you can say you are a bad player in multiple languages, its time to give it up.Jennifer took up tennis in addition to dance, and in 1992, she had to choose between playing in a tennis tournament or dancing in Spain for the Worlds Fair. She was 8 years old. Essentially, at this young age, she was choosing what to do for the rest of her life.I was consciously aware at 8 years old that I wanted to be the best in one thing instead of average in a lot of things, says Magley.When it became clear that the next step for Jennifers tennis career was moving to Bradenton, Florida, to work with Bollettieri, it was only natural the entire family would uproot. Evelyn followed me all over the world following my basketball dreams, so it was only logical that we would follow Jennifers dreams of tennis, shares David.While Jennifer trained daily with Bollettieri and was alongside elite athletes like Derek Jeter on treadmills and playing tennis with Sharapova, she was home schooled to allow for the intense daily hours of physical tennis training. It was Jennifers idea for her senior year that she attend Bradenton Christian High School where her dad was the head basketball coach and where her mom taught everything in the music department. Literally, Evelyn taught all things music: orchestra, band, pep band, choir and jazz. She is a very gifted musician who can not only play all instruments, but is highly skilled with instructing them.My mom wanted us to use all parts of our brain, shares Jennifer. We all played the drums, but I also played the violin. My sister Jessica played the viola, and my brothers played the saxophone.Jennifers route to playing college tennis is unusual. Being a student at Bollettieris IMG Sports Academy, its natural to go straight to playing in the professional circuit, skipping college. But Jennifer wanted to go to college and earn a degree first (she majored in English).The Magleys called the head tennis coach at the University of Florida, Roland Thornqvist. They knew Thornqvist when he was an assistant at Kansas. Bringing on Jennifer was one of the best bets Thornqvist ever made. Given Jennifers level of play, Thornqvist would practice with her exclusively as no one else could challenge her.Roland was an amazing player, and I am so grateful for the time spent training with him, says Jennifer.Statistically, women who compete in sports are more likely to make it to the C-Suite, said recent studies by Forbes and Harvard Business Review. Three out of four of Magley operates her start-up business out of Launch Fishers26 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 27the C-Suite women executives said that candidates involvement in sport influences their hiring decisions because they believe people who have played sports make good professionals. These executives attribute participation in athletics to qualities like a commitment to bringing projects to completion and greater abilities in motivating others. These intangible skills are hard to learn in a classroom, says Beth Brooke-Marciniak, EYs Global Vice Chair for Public Policy.The executive women also put a premium on the discipline honed by sports, which they see translating to a persons determination and work ethic. (Note: Beth Brooke-Marciniak is from Kokomo and was the first female athlete to receive a basketball scholarship to play at Purdue.)While Jennifer has opted for the entrepreneurial route, clearly her innate sense of determination and tenacity of purpose drives her. After moving to Fishers, Jennifer became inspired to start OPEN GYM. Always having had a trainer, walking into a large gym was intimidating to her, and she wished for more private workout experiences. She took the initiative and created her own concept, resulting in OPEN GYM Indy.She credits her networking which quickly rooted her to the Indianapolis area. I attend lots of womens networking groups like The Startup Ladies and Successful Women Made Here, and I loved the information I gleaned from the Indiana Conference for Women, shares Magley.OPEN GYM, the fastest growing fitness concierge in the nation, is based out of Fishers,. For one flat monthly fee, OPEN GYM members have access to unlimited fitness classes at over 30 different studios and gyms across the city and suburbs around Indianapolis. Members are able to choose from over 400 classes offered each week at locally owned boutique gyms while having the freedom to visit different locations. Magley runs OPEN GYM out of Launch Fishers.I love OPEN GYM Indy because it lets me keep a good variation in my workouts, and I get to try out beautiful new studios and challenge myself in new ways, shares member Lisa Mitchell. Class options include hot yoga, yoga, Pilates, Barre, boxing, Muay Thai, Zumba, boot camp, CrossFit and P90X.Jennifer was inspired to name her fitness concierge business OPEN GYM after her fathers talk of going to open gym time to play basketball.Jennifer is all about helping make others successful. If they are committed to passion, she is going to run them and help them win, says David who is now the Commissioner of the National Basketball League of Canada. She has a lot of repeat members, her same core membership that has been there since day one.During Jennifers time on the court, she kept a devotional book in her bag from age 9 and all through her competitive tennis years. Jennifer would reference this book, not just during breaks between matches, but during the change overs during a match. As she was drinking her water, she would look at one quote in the book: Winners never quit. Quitters never win.Visit opengymindy.com for more information. The 60 second trailer for Division I can be viewed at vimeo.com/82971996. 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With over two decades of experience between them, they have spent countless hours on the ice, training and playing against teams around the state and even the nation. 30 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comSCHOLARSHIP ATHLETE OF THEMONTHZACH RANDALLWriter & Photographer / Keeley MillerAs HSE lacrosse captain Zach Randall heads into his third season on the varsity team, he already boasts a long list of accomplishments. Despite only being a junior, he has already received offers from multiple D1 schools and will be the captain of the Varsity team for a second year. He has played lacrosse since fourth grade and is also a player on the schools football team.I like the diversity in lacrosse. It has a bunch of fundamentals from multiple sports that come together, said Randall. It kind of allows me to play lots of sports in one sport.Randall is also academically strong, holding a 4.0 GPA while juggling multiple dual credit and AP courses. He plans to study computer science or engineering and is a member of HSEs Project Lead the Way Program. But after school, his main focus is to lead and motivate his team.I feel like a lot of stuff that I have learned about being a captain has come from my father. He has taught me how to be a good leader and get everyone together, said Randall. I go out on the practice field every day and try to motivate everyone and get the team hyped up. I feel that bringing that energy and positivity has gotten the guys to follow me and respect me.For this season, Randall has a lot of goals for his team and for himself with high hopes for this years roster.This year, we really want to beat Fishers because they have been putting a hurt on us for the last two years. We also want to win Conference because Zionsville has been dominating that for the last few years, said Randall. Then, we want to make a run at State. We have a lot of good athletes this year that have been coming together. I feel like we can make a good run this year.chefsuzanne.comHockey is different than just running around on a field. It is a completely different atmosphere, said Knight. I like it because the speed of the game is a lot faster. Also, a lot of different components go into the game. In hockey, you have to have athleticism and skill, not only strength.You have to be more of an all-around athlete, added Larson.Since the season runs much longer than a typical high school sport, the first game comes more than half a year before the state game. For Larson and Knight, there are pros and cons to the long duration.Its kind of fun, you have something to do more than 15-16 games. We have around 60, said Larson. There is always hockey; there is not always basketball or football.But you do get burned out a lot faster, added Knight. It can be hard to stay focused in November when State is so far away.Beyond the athleticism needed for hockey and the long length of the season, Larson and Knight also led their team as captains. This required an extra level of commitment and determination for the seniors.As captain, you are held to a higher expectation, said Knight. You cant have any bad games or any days off. You are always expected to be at your best.Although neither Larson or Knight plan to play hockey for a college team, they still hope to play recreationally. For them, hockey is more than just a sport.It has taught me how to face adversity, work hard and never give up, said Knight.For more information on the HSE hockey team, visit hsehockeyclub.com. The HSE Mascot Monthly Scholarship Athlete of the Month is sponsored by Chef Suzanne who will deliver a catered meal and plaque to the Randall family during the month of April. Great work, Zach!30 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 31Personalized Care With A Gentle TouchEmail: kwarddds@fishersdentalcare.comwww.fishersdentalcare.comKevin D. Ward, D.D.S.11959 Lakeside Drive | Fishers, Indiana 46038317.577.1911 | Fax 317.576.8070FAMILY DENTISTRY FOR ALL AGESLet our teamtake care of yours11921 Lakeside Dr.Fishers, IN 46038(317) 594-0888sadlerorthodontics.comDr. Chuck and his Team of ProfessionalsWere committed to Fishers Youth from beginning to endOrthodontist serving Fishers, Carmel and East Central Indiana32 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comWriter / Mark MorrowFishers High School is still relatively young since it was only re-established as a high school in 2006. Still, there have been some milestones, providing many memories for the Tigers Nation to embrace.One of the most notable ones came in 2010.First, and Im proud to say this, I was the lone journalist from Hamilton County there to cover the Tigers run to win the Class 5A State Football championship in 2010 after only five years in the re-established Fishers HS.Hey, this was a big, big deal! Quite a moment in time!Fishers coach Rick Wimmer became the Inaugural IFCA Coach of the Year too. Another big deal.The Tigers went 14-1 that year.Their only loss? Yep, you might have guessed it: HSE was a 40-17 winner in the regular season. From that point on, including wins over Carmel and the Royals in the sectional, the Tigers were a team of destiny in Class 5A.They were very talented with great chemistry, led by quarterback/defensive back Koby Orris who went on to enjoy an outstanding career at UIndy; and they were united, oh so united, in their goal.Looking back though, it was considered an improbable run. No Indiana high school ever accomplished such a major feat in such a short period of time.To this day, a few of my newspaper and website friends and colleagues will tell you that if they were ever going to build a football program, well, Coach Wimmer who also won a Class 3A state title at Zionsville in 1987 would be the man theyd turn to.Thats quite a tribute to someone who is simply quite a man, quite a football coach, indeed!Hell enter the 2016 season with a 77-39 record. Keep in mind that 10 of those losses came in the very first season at Fishers HS. FISHERS MILESTONESMark Morrow owns and operates Hamilton County Sports Daily (hcsportsdaily.com), the only all-sports website in Hamilton County.NOTABLE MOMENTS FOR THE TIGERS NATION FROM RECENT YEARS2015 Coach Joe Leonard and his Fishers basketball team went 6-0 en route to the schools first boys Hoosier Crossroads Conference basketball championship. Coach Jay Chambers and the Fishers Lady Tigers were state swimming and diving runners-up. They placed third the previous season. The girls also won their first of three sectional titles in 2011 along with their first HCC title. Fishers, coached by Nathan Warnecke, was the state runner-up in boys cross-country.2014 Coach Michael Gaines and his Lady Tigers captured the first girls sectional basketball championship. They reached the Kokomo Regional finals. The Fishers HS girls, coached by Ben Beasley, won the state soccer championship. They were state runners-up the previous season and reached the final four in 2015. The Tigers boys soccer team won the schools first sectional championship.2013 The Fishers girls won their first of three IASP Varsity A Division Competitive State Cheerleading championships. The others were in 2014 and 2015. Fishers won the schools first boys HCC title in track and field.2012 The Fishers girls won their first sectional in tennis.2011 The girls swimming team won the schools first of three sectionals; the others were in 2012 and 2014.2010 The Tigers football team captured the schools first state football championship (Class 5A). The Lady Tigers enjoyed three firsts in volleyball: HCC, sectional and regional championships.2009 The boys swimming team won its first of two HCC championships.2008 The Fishers Lady Tigers won their first HCC basketball title. They also were HCC champions for the first time in that same year.2007 Rob Seymour, the current co-athletic director at Fishers HS, was the head coach running the show when the Tigers brought home the state cross-country plaque.2006 The boys cross-country team won the schools first sectional.Rick Wimmer32 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 33Nows the TimeTO PLAN YOUR SUMMER HANGOUT.The very best in outdoor living. Design and Installation Landscape and Hardscape Patios and Retaining Walls Water and Fire Features Outdoor Lighting 317-259-9222 Call for a free consultation.AllSeasonsIndy.com34 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comMISSION FOCUSED: FOUR HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS AND WHAT COULD ONLY BE A GOD-GIVEN VISIONWriter / Lisa MitchellDriven by their hearts for sharing Gods love, four local HSE High School girls will be embarking on mission trips that will take them far from home and far out of their comfort zones. And they could not be more excited for what lies ahead.Junior Chloe Green and seniors Lauren Pidgeon, Esmeralda Saldana and Rachel Phillips will each be serving on the mission field in the upcoming year. They have launched a collective fundraising effort, which theyve named CLERvision16, with the CLER standing for Chloe, Lauren, Esmeralda and Rachel.They will be hosting a fundraising event together on April 22-23 (location TBD) and will be selling items such as crafts, refurbished furniture, clothing and baked goods. There will be live music and a photo booth to add to the fun. The funds raised will be split evenly between the four girls and will go directly towards funding their individual missions trips.When asked why the four of them decided to raise funds together as opposed to individually, Rachel said, Raising funds on your own can seem really overwhelming. By doing it collectively, we can reach more people and raise more awareness. We also can hold each other accountable and support each other through the efforts.Esmeralda agrees, By doing it together, we can keep from getting caught up in the stress of just raising money and continue to focus on the real purpose of these trips. The sole purpose is to go where the calling that God has put on our hearts compels us to serve.While they are raising funds as a team, they will be venturing to different countries to serve. Chloe and Esmeralda will be heading to Germany as part of a trip through iTown Church in Fishers and organized by European Initiative. They will be leaving May 1 and will be returning May 10.Their mission focus will be to spread the love of Jesus to the people of Germany, especially those who were impacted by the sex trade industry, as well as visiting a Syrian refugee camp. They will be working through various formats including street art and flash mobs which the German people love and respond to. The goal is get their attention, hear the stories of the German people and tell them about their stories as well as share their testimonies with the people they meet.Lauren will be setting off on two separate mission trips, the first of which is to the LA Dream Center in California June 6-12. This trip is through iTown Church as well and will be focused on serving people in poverty and crime-stricken areas to help give them a chance to dream again. Through the Adopt A Block program, members of the mission team will be caring for the community, one block at a time. They will do so through community clean-up and improvement efforts, working directly to care for residents needs, and offering new hope for the future through the Good News of Jesus Christ.Laurens second trip will take her to Guatemala through the group Adventures in Missions. This trip will be taking place in the spring of 2017. The focus of this trip will be very need-specific at the time of the teams arrival. They will work to help with the most urgent needs of the community and to be highly responsive and Spirit-led. The team will be working to serve children in the community, widows and those impacted by the sex industry.Laurens hope is to continue to go onto the mission field as she is called to do so, and she will be continually raising funds to allow her to respond to those calls where she is led to serve. The efforts of CLERvision16 is key to providing the resources she needs to fulfill that goal.Mission trip: CLERvision16By Abby Floyd34 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 35Rachel will be returning to the mission field after serving on a five-week trip to Nepal to assist with earthquake relief through Reign Ministries in 2015. After showing strong leadership skills on the Nepal trip, she was invited back by the group to serve on this years trip, a seven-week long excursion that will include serving communities in Slovakia, Poland and Israel. Rachel will be serving with the group from June 9 through August 5, and her focus will include running a youth baseball camp, working with orphans and the elderly and serving those with the least resources in those communities.When asked why they chose mission work over all the other things that they could be doing as high school students, they each had compelling personal reasons for dedicating their time and efforts to following the call into missions, but all agree that it is indeed a calling. Its something that they each strongly feel was placed on their hearts by God, and they are certain that it is absolutely what they are supposed to be doing.The girls want to stress, however, that going into international missions is not something that everyone should feel required to do, and that people shouldnt feel bad if they dont feel the call from God to serve in this way. As Lauren put it, The body of Christ is made up of many parts, and each serves a specific purpose. Each part is distinct and important, and what one person may feel called to pursue may be totally different than what another person feels their calling is, and thats OK. Thats exactly how God designed it to be.Their biggest advice to anyone considering serving on a missions trip? First, pray about it! Wait for God to speak to your heart to tell you where and how He wants you to serve. Secondly, dont be afraid to step out of your comfort zone. If you think mission trips are easy and fun, they encourage you to think again. You often find yourself in places that are very uncomfortable and with people who are in great need.It really is an emotionally and physically challenging undertaking, but each girl agrees that what they gain personally in their faith makes all the discomfort totally worth it. Follow and contribute to the CLERvision16 efforts at: CLERvision16.weebly.com @CLERvision16 @CLERvision16 facebook.com/CLERvision16Lisa Mitchell is a Certified Body Language Trainer, nonverbal skills coach, writer, entrepreneur and Founder of Power Body Language. You can learn more on Twitter @powernonverbals or her website, powerbodylanguage.com.BECAUSE A COACHCAREDCOME CHANGE YOUR LIFE WITH USTake your first step towards a healthier, stronger, fitter YOU. Try Koko FitClub for 30 days for just $30. Come work with our coaches, meet our members, and see what makes Koko so special. There is no obligation. If you dont love Koko in 30 days, we havent earned your business.Expert Coaching | Advanced Technology | Life-Changing Results Koko FitClub, a Digital GymKoko FitClub of Fishers11581 Geist Pavilion Dr. Ste. 110Fishers, IN 46038 317-863-8779fishers.kokofitclub.comKoko FitClub of Carmel1364 S Range Line Rd.Carmel, IN 46032 317-688-7670 carmel.kokofitclub.comCA47286 Kk Fisher_BACC_AD_7.125x 4.75.indd 1 03-14-16 2:41 PM36 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com36 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comN O M I N E E SSUZANNE GAIDOO & JILL KRAMERNominated by Cathy RobinsonI am nominating my two daughters, Suzanne Robinson Gaidoo and Jill Robinson Kramer. Last year, I read the article for the 2015 Mom of the Year, and I kept it for this year! April Cantrell said she always wanted to adopt. Well, I did adopt (by choice), and my two daughters are turning 39 and 40, respectively, this year. Suzanne is African/Caucasian, and Jill is Korean. They also have a brother who is Caucasian with learning disabilities. Their dad died while the three kids were attending Lawrence North High School. Jill was a senior and editor of the school paper, and Suzanne was a top athlete. They went onto college, Suzanne to Indiana State and Jill to Hanover. Suzanne received her law degree from University of Cincinnati, and Jill received her masters in philanthropic studies from IU; she is currently working on her doctorate degree. Suzanne has twins, Josie and Davis, 3 years old, and Jill has Lucy, 12 years old, and Theodore, 9 years old. Both girls manage to volunteer, serve on community boards, be active members in their church, attend school and athletic functions for their kids, manage household duties and have full time jobs. The girls are just delightful, and they are deserving of recognition. I thought it would be great to have a double Mom of the Year with two adopted moms as a great follow up to last year. For my 65th birthday last year, the girls formed a nonprofit, Davids House, which will eventually house and support people like their brother. David was the name of their late father. I was totally surprised and proud of their gift.RUTH ANN RESTIVONominated by Tara StormMy mother is the most selfless person I know. After four years, she and my dad have decided to leave their town of over 30 years to move to Fishers to watch her grandkids grow up. She is leaving everything she knows to enhance my familys life and truly believes it takes a village to raise the youth. A breast cancer survivor who never once complained, she is a rock for our family and extended family. The love and godly example she sets forth is unparalleled. She has created a strong sense of community by bringing families together who may have not otherwise met. I admire her spirit and her love of encouraging children to laugh and grow!BETTYJO BOUCHEYNominated by Deborah HowlandBettyjo is a single mom and was working a great job. A week after getting a promotion, she was laid off, and then a week after that, her only child had his first seizure. He was diagnosed with epilepsy, a common and very dangerous neurological condition. As she struggled to navigate this new world of epilepsy, fighting for her sons life, she made the decision to change her career, so she could work from home to take care of Gavin (he was having seizures every day and couldnt even go to school). She also decided to complete her doctoral dissertation in this time as well. Now Gavin is nearly seven months seizure-free and a straight A student, and she is defending her dissertation at the end of the month. Bettyjo is a mom that fought for everything in a year of crisis.COURTNEY LAWHEADNominated by Michelle BoydCourtney is a wonderful mom to four sweet children of her own. However, I am nominating her because of her role as second mom to many kids. Many of Courtneys friends (including myself) have children who have been the beneficiary of Courtneys love. Although she has a full house, she often invites our children to join for trips to Sky Zone, tumbling, craft days, science experiments and more. From days of fun to math and science tutoring, Ms. Courtney is mom to an extended group of young neighbors, school and cheer friends, rugby friends and wrestling buddies. She has created a strong sense of community by bringing families together who may have not otherwise met. I admire her spirit and her love of encouraging children to laugh and grow!KELLY PEASLEYNominated by Jason PeasleyShe is the mother to our three beautiful girls, a hard working nurse and business owner and a supportive and loving wife. Shes a Girl Scouts leader and drives our oldest to meetings with longtime friends. She started a T-shirt campaign for the Fishers Police Department that raised over $1,500 for charitable causes.2016V OT E !Vote for your favorite candidate online at atFishers.com! Note: you can vote one time per day until April 15.WINSLOWFacial Plastic Sur geryS P O N S O R E D BY38 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comWriter and Photographer / Keeley MillerFor Francesca Wallsmith, going to the spa is more than just a facial. Planet Beach Spray and Spa, her new franchise, is a one stop shop for total beauty, wellness, skincare, weight management, stress relief and sunless tanning services. Conveniently located inside LA Fitness off 116th Street in Fishers, this location is the very first of its kind in the entire state.Francesca and her husband Scott opened their doors in early March, but she has been in the beauty industry since the age of 13. After working as a model and also at a beauty school and managing multiple spas, Francesca came across Planet Beach and fell in love with the concept.When this business was introduced to us last winter, it seemed so interesting and so innovative, she said. It is something I had never seen or heard of before. Its such a new and interesting concept for people to experience.Planet Beach sets itself apart from other spas by providing its members with unlimited access to all of its amenities for an affordable monthly fee. But these arent your typical spas offerings. Planet Beach houses high-tech massage chairs that detect pressure points, dental-grade teeth whitening, PLANET BEACH WELLNESS SPA OPENS IN FISHERSFrancesca Wallsmith, owner of the new Planet Beach Wellness Spa located inside of LA Fitness38 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 39innovative red-light therapy and infrared therapy, hot box detox, hydro-dermal fusion treatments and custom spray tanning. These services allow members to feel their best inside and out by providing options to relax, burn calories, rejuvenate or all the above.Not only does Francesca and the entire Planet Beach staff work toward providing members with top-quality, innovative services, but they also work one-on-one with clients, customizing their visits to their needs. Noticeably going above and beyond, Francesca greeted each client that walked in by name during our interview, asking them about their day and personally making sure their experience was exceptional.Our opening has exceeded our expectations. Our members are bringing in their friends, and it has become a community of like-minded people, almost like a family, said Francesca. This is a place where you can relax, glow and renew."To become a member or simply learn more about Planet Beach, visit planetbeach.com, call 317-288-8985 or simply stop in for a tour and a free service during their opening. TheWellingtonFishers.com | Cami@TheWellingtonFishers.com | 317-201-6359 9775 North by Northeast Blvd. | Fishers, IN 46037 (96th & I69)Perfect for Weddings, Business Meetings & Holiday Parties Greg & Cami OHerren, New Owners40 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comWriter and Photographer / Keeley MillerWith spicy tuna, habanero peppers, Sriracha and ghost pepper sauce, Red Sakes Godzilla roll is the hottest food challenge in Geist. To earn your spot on the Red Sake Wall of Fame as well as your own Godzilla T-shirt, you will have to finish an entire sushi roll coated with some of the worlds spiciest peppers. The roll must be eaten in five minutes or less without any food or drink. After you consume the last piece, you have to wait another five minutes before you can take a drink!We had our own challenge night at Red Sake last month with three participants: mom-of-four Sheri Nichols, Albion College student Camila Manrique and Red Sakes own chef Charles Bragg. Each challenger was faced with an entire roll and a five minute deadline. While Camila and Charles persevered and were able to beat the challenge, Sheri fell short and gave up after completing almost half of the roll.Why did I do it? Good question. Mostly because I love a good competition. Why did I quit? I am hanging my head in shame thinking about that moment, but my organs were pretty much calling me an idiot, said Sheri. I must have momentarily forgotten I was Irish. I think I am going to stick with mashed potatoes with a little bit of pepper to spice things up a bit. I am hoping the lining in my stomach somehow grows back if that is even a thing. It was a competition between me and a silly pepper, and Im now waving the white flag. Just dont dare me to eat a worm anytime soon because I will probably say bring it on.Winning the competition, Camila completed the entire roll in less than two minutes. Although she said that she normally does not eat spicy food, Camila took home a T-shirt and bragging rights as the Godzilla Challenge Champion.The hardest part was the afterburn section, but at that point, I thought that since I had already eaten the roll, I might as well finish the challenge, said Camila. My throat definitely hurt for a while, but it was cool knowing I finished the challenge.Also finishing, chef Charles Bragg made his way onto Red Sakes Wall of Fame. Although he has worked at the restaurant for a while, he had never tried the infamous roll.I decided to do the challenge to prove my self-worth. I have been working here for almost a year and a half, so I thought it was time, said Charles. When I took the initial bite, I thought that it wasnt bad. At the second bite, I thought it was a bad idea. But I overcame, and I am a champion now. I do not have a losing spirit, so that kept me going.If you want to take on the challenge for yourself, stop by Red Sake in Geist, located just off Fall Creek and Brooks School Road near Mama Bears. 41KIM DODSON: A HERO FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS COMMUNITYWRITER / KARA REIBELTownePost.com / APRIL 2016 / TOWNEPOST NETWORKCopyright2016 Caperion Client: SVH Job Name: VeinSolutions Print Ad Job Number: SVH-SMG-VNS-5229 Specs: 8.125" x 10.625" Ad 4C Publication: Townepost/Network (@pubs) Layout Date: 01/18/16 Designer: DSIf you have any questions regarding this art, please call Ashley Lightner at 317-708-2766 or email ashley@caperion.com. Board certified vascular physicians VeinSolutions offers minimally invasive, effective treatments for spider and varicose veins Locations in Carmel and FishersCall 800.477.0233 for your FREE screening. You never know who has been to VeinSolutions, thats the beauty of it.stvincent.org/VeinSolutionsKIM DODSON: A HERO FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS COMMUNITYWriter / Kara ReibelPhotographer / Brian BrosmerAs the Executive Director of The Arc of Indiana, Kim Dodson has learned how to be innovative and take risks, all for the cause of helping people with special needs lead lives of purpose.Fate is what brought Dodson to her current position it was literally an accident while she was a junior at Purdue University that steered her career course. Dodson was involved in a car crash that claimed the life of her fianc. After recovering from her own injuries, she changed her major from investment banking to pre-law. During the course of an internship for a Congressman, Dodson was introduced to lobbying.During the 1997-98 Indiana legislative terms, Dodson worked for a law firm as a lobbyist representing amusement parks. It was during that time that Dodson met Emily Hunt, a young woman badly injured in an amusement park accident that claimed the life of Hunts grandmother and rendered Hunt a quadriplegic. Hunt was lobbying for increased safety inspections at amusement parks. Dodson was representing the other side. After a hearing on this issue, Dodson returned to the law firm and told her boss that they needed a compromise. The managing partner said no. Dodson quit two months later (the law firm no longer exists).That summer, the reports of abuse and neglect leaked out about the treatment of patients with special needs at state-run institutions. Without any history of people with disabilities, she felt called to help in this effort as it greatly offended her. Dodson called The Arc of Indiana. Then-Executive Director John Dickerson was looking for a lobbyist. Now 17 years later, Dodson is the Executive Director.Current legislation that The Arc of Indiana is pursuing includes Senate Bill 11, which is also known as the ABLE Act (Achieving a Better Life) which created a 529-type account for people with special needs. The other is House Bill 1219, which is called the Diploma Bill, as it requires all school corporations to offer the general diploma to all students; many students with special needs are not able to earn the Core 40, and not all schools in Indiana offer the general diploma, leaving many of these students without diplomas.Another focus of The Arc of Indiana is post-secondary education for the special needs community. In 2011, while lobbying for The Arc of Indiana, Dodson had a frank discussion with the House Ways and Means Committee Chair. The two discussed Medicaid and Medicare.He asked me if I thought it really works, recalls Dodson. No, it doesnt was my answer.This precipitated an off-the-record conversation that would impact the innovative approach for The Arc of Indiana for years to come.The Arc of Indiana has been seen as a different type of human services organization since its more innovative and business-minded that others. Dodson was challenged to think about things differently. The legislature consisted of a more conservative TOWNEPOST NETWORK / APRIL 2016 / TownePost.comgroup of legislators, and The Arc of Indiana embarked on a campaign to move away from entitlement programs and moved to positively change the public view of people with special needs.We wanted the families to view support differently, says Dodson. One means of doing this is to showcase the talents of people with special needs.The Arc of Indiana created their platform, Blueprint For Change. Gathering together 20 of the best minds in the country in the special needs field, The Arc of Indiana listened and learned. We asked, Whats worked? Whats failed? says Dodson. How can we be more innovative with people with special needs?The entire goal is to lessen dependence on government services for those with special needs, yet the statewide unemployment rate was 82% for Indianas special needs workforce. Once we allowed them to dream of the possibilities, The Arc of Indiana initiated their Indiana Response Team, consisting of Indiana families, professionals and educators. One member of this team was Jeff Huffman, whose son Nash has Down syndrome. Nash was entering high school at the time, and Huffman dreamed of options for his son after graduation.Huffman listened to the national panel of experts closely, and later, while driving through his hometown of Muncie, he noticed the abandoned Roberts Hotel. Huffman thought, Wouldnt it be cool to teach job skills to people with special needs in the atmosphere in which theyd be used?Huffman shared his idea with Dodson. He brought up hospitality as a possibility, says Dodson, who thoughtfully considered this over the next 10 days. At the time, the economy wasnt strong, but hospitality was growing. She researched success stories of the hospitality and food services sector for people with special needs.Dodson called Huffman and asked, What are you thinking?Huffmans reply was, If this can be done, The Arc of Indiana can do it.The business plan was underway, basing it entirely on research of the successes and failures across the country. The Arc of Indiana looked to create a model that worked.They had a greater chance of success if they acquired a few characteristics: a strong university presence, a supportive business community and a mayor who would embrace the mission. Muncie fit the description perfectly.Huffman was convinced the Roberts Hotel could be renovated and serve as their training center. During the process, the Roberts property sold. It was a blessing in disguise, says Dodson. The City of Muncie was so committed to the idea, it provided land for the project, allowing a new hotel to be built from the ground up.No other city had the synergy like Muncie to pull this off. Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler had been a champion of Arc of Indiana in the statehouse for their issues. Familiar with the needs of the special needs community, he helped make the Erskine Green Training Institute a reality.The Arc of Indiana now had everything they were looking for. Architect Wayne Schmidt was selected nearly the moment Dodson met him. We knew we were doing something very special, says Dodson. We wanted shared passion for the project, not just experts in their field. Our architect had never built a hotel but had history with post-secondary education, and Wayne is one of the most big-hearted people Ive ever met.For the hotel restaurant, Dodson knew the downside of a basic hotel restaurant. They needed name recognition and a destination for patrons. Scott Wise of Scottys THR3E Wise Men was their target. This would prove to be the easiest influential meeting of Dodsons career.Less than two minutes into her pitch, Wise interrupted with, Im in.Dodson said, But I havent shared everything that is required by your restaurant.I said, Im in! 100%, we will do this, said Wise. End of meeting. Wise was hand-picked. So was the construction team, and the Marriott hotel chain was the best option of those on the table since Marriott has a strong history of hiring people with special needs.To give the project wings, the State of Indiana supplied a grant of $5 million to build the hotel and training center. This unprecedented endowment from the State happened in 2013, and all of the credit goes to the Republicans in the House.Additional donors include Ball Memorial Foundation who put up $3 million. With the carryover in hospitality training into specific healthcare skills, partnering with Ball Memorial Hospital is a foregone conclusion. Ball Bros Foundation, Muncie Community Foundation, the Shafer Foundation and The AWS Foundation all have been generous supporters.The name, Erskine Green, comes from Carl Erskine, a pioneer championing the rights of people with special needs to barriers and perceived limitations. Erskines son, Jimmy, works at the Applebees in Anderson where he has a great sense of pride with his work and his ability to earn a paycheck. Steve TOWNEPOST NETWORK / APRIL 2016 / TownePost.com TownePost.com / APRIL 2016 / TOWNEPOST NETWORKClient/Filename: NBI 4040 World of Change_4.72x7.37Job #: ANBI-4040-04Job Name: DCM - World of Change Ad CD:Size/Specs: 4.72" x 7.37"; 4C AD:Insertion Date: March 2016 CW:Pub: Community Pubs Acct. Serv.111 Monument Circle, Suite 4150 / Indianapolis, IN 46204 /T 317/632/6501 /CVRindy.com /Not FDIC Insured No Bank Guarantee May Lose Value 2016 Diamond Capital Management317-261-1900 www.dmdcap.comIn a world of change, our focus is steadfast.Green was so inspired by Erskines efforts of advocacy that when Greens daughter Jessica was born with Down syndrome, Green helped in any way he could to ensure all of his children have the same opportunities.I stand on the shoulders of those that have come before me, says Huffman. Erskine and Green have touched so many lives, many of whom they will never have the pleasure to meet.The first class of the Erskine Green Training Center has exceeded expectations. The goal is to educate 80 students per year. Two years ago, that seemed ambitious, shares Dodson. Now with increasing demand, it may not be enough.Our family is truly blessed to be recipients of 60 years worth of love, grit, perseverance and passion from parents, siblings, advocates and legislators who have tirelessly worked on behalf of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, says Kerry Fletcher, President of the Board of Directors for The Arc of Indiana. Our mission is to change the culture that surrounds those with intellectual and developmental disabilities in school, the workplace and the community.The Arc of Indiana is fielding calls from across the country to help institute similar programs replicating theirs. By conservative projections, the hotel will be debt-free by the end of 2019. By January 2017, The Arc of Indiana will have their next business plan for additional training opportunities for people with special needs prepared, sustained by the profits from the hotel. Additional job skills means getting more people to work.Through the Training Institute, the legacy of Erskine and Green will continue, says Dodson.For more information on the Erskine Green Training Institute and The Arc of Indiana, please visit arcind.org or erskinegreeninstitute.org. The Arc Training Institute & Teaching HotelWriter / Kara ReibelPhotographer / Brian BrosmerTHE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETYS BOY OF THE YEARLUKE CANTERBURYTownePost.com / APRIL 2016 / TOWNEPOST NETWORKAs the Canterbury family traveled to Texas for a business trip, their third of four boys complained of pain along his right side. Luke is a tough kid, shares Angie, Lukes mom. He would cry about the pain he was experiencing but toughen up and jump back into the pool to play with his brothers. We initially thought he was experiencing growing pains.Later that evening with their son in tremendous pain, Angie took him to a local emergency room. The initial diagnosis was that he was constipated, says Jamie, Lukes dad. In the E.R., they dont do complete blood work and analysis.Prior to this medical emergency, the only other time the Canterbury family had been to an emergency room was when Luke shoved a bean up his nose.It became evident later that night that Lukes issue was potentially far more serious. As the Canterbury family drove home, Luke was inconsolable. The original E.R. doc called to check on Luke and suggested we take him to the closest childrens hospital. We were near St. Louis but decided to head straight home instead.After driving nine hours straight to their general practice doctor with a screaming child in the car, Luke was transported by ambulance to the emergency room at Riley Hospital for Children. The resulting diagnosis was Burkitts Lymphoma, Stage 4. The Canterburys received this news on June 27, 2014. Luke was 4 1/2 years old. These sort of tumors develop rapidly and are capable of doubling in size every 12 hours. One of Lukes tumors was wrapped around his spine. He was moments away from paralysis.Burkitts Lymphoma is unique in that the tumors are highly treatable and are composed of soft tissue. However, given the severity of the location around the spinal cord, surgery was necessary to decrease the pressure and prevent further complications. The surgery was not without risk, and since Luke had begun chemotherapy immediately following this procedure, his tissues were not healing optimally post-surgery.The open wound on Lukes back from surgery was a concern, for he developed sepsis, and we were not sure if he was going to make it, shares Angie. Luke would have many more scares throughout his treatments.The Canterbury family set up camp at Riley for two months, with either Mom or Dad staying every night with him in the hospital. Wed bring all the boys to the hospital every evening for dinner with all of us eating together, then one of us would go home with the other boys and one of us would stay with Luke, shares Angie. She homeschools their boys and frequently had one of Lukes brothers have a sleepover with them at Riley.Given the time spent at Riley, the Canterbury family created many meaningful relationships with the doctors, nurses and therapists. Alissa Moody, Lukes pediatric physical therapist, was brought up in conversation right away when discussing the quality of care Luke received at Riley. TOWNEPOST NETWORK / APRIL 2016 / TownePost.com Outdoor Lighting & Irrigation Pond Management Landscape Maintenance Lawn Care Applications Tree & Shrub Applications Landscape Design & InstallationFULL SERVICE LANDSCAPINGWith an on Emphasis Service!Landscape OrIrrigation installationNew customers only. Exp 6/30/16$100 OffCALL TODAY 317-542-5200 | WWW.BECKERLANDSCAPE.COMLuke is so courageous, so brave, says Alissa who is running for LLS Woman of the Year. You knew he was in severe pain most of the time, but it was my job to pull him away from playing with his brothers and get him to therapy.After the spinal surgery and subsequent treatments, Luke needed to learn how to roll over again, to sit up and to walk. The pressure on his spinal cord had been alleviated, and long-term damage had been prevented, but the cost was learning how to become mobile again. The recovery was painful, yet Luke worked very hard through his intense physical therapy.What Luke was doing was extremely painful, and I cried with him, shares Moody.When asking Luke about his experience, he says, I got lots and lots of shots. Luke had a port, and when he was able to finally go home, he says, I slept between Mommy and Daddy.The Canterburys would return with Luke to Riley for two to three weeks at a time following the initial two month stay for additional chemotherapy treatments. During the main stay at the hospital, Luke was angry. It was super tough for him, says Angie.Today, you wouldnt know Luke had ever been sick, except for a low immune resistance. He runs around and plays with his brothers like any other rough and tumble boy his age. Hugh is 13, Levi is 8 and Wade is 3. Luke is now 6 years old.Dealing with a situation like this changes your perspective on life, says Jamie. Our family has become even closer because of this.When asked what being the LLS Boy of the Year means to Luke, he replied, It means I beat cancer!For more information on the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, please visit lls.org. 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Call 1-800-9-WITH-IT.ROCKIN AT HOOSIER PARK RACING & CASINONoblesville Mini Marathon JUST YOUR STYLEJUST YOUR STYLE JUST YOUR STYLE14390 CLAY TERRACE BLVD. | WWW.CLAYTERRACE.COM48 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 4932 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 33Writer / Janelle Morrison . Photographer / JJ KaplanLast year, the countys two largest chambers of commerce merged and became one stronger voice and united presence advocating for its business members. One year later, the leadership and staff of OneZone continue to collaborate with their partners to provide the best level of service to their members.For example, OneZone has three committees that are addressing issues affecting business. The Carmel Business Issues Committee and the Fishers Advocacy Committee deal with items specific to their respective communities. In Carmel, the committees agenda included advocating for second-class city status, time limits on public comment to save businesses time and money at council meetings, earlier publication of council agendas, modifications to current zoning ordinances and support of Carmels Human Rights Ordinance legislation. In Fishers, the committee is supporting the Hamilton Southeastern Schools referendum and following SR 37 issues.Recently, OneZone organized a new state-level advocacy committee led by board member Mike Drewry. Their goal is to advocate for business-friendly legislation at the Statehouse and against legislation that would negatively affect their members businesses.OneZone will continue to collaborate with other chambers to connect their members with business people throughout Hamilton County and Indianapolis with their network breakfasts and business after hours. They will provide opportunities for building and strengthening members business relationships through sponsorship and participation in their golf outings and business expos. They will continue to strengthen their young professionals group by offering social networking opportunities and educational events with topics about millennials in the workplace and leadership development.New this year, OneZone is pleased to announce their partnership with SCORE, a national organization with a very local presence. SCORE counselors have worked as executives and business owners and provide free, ongoing mentoring to small businesses and start-ups members will begin to see representatives from SCORE at all of their events and at their offices one day a week.A collaborative partnership with the Indy Chambers BOI Business Ownership Initiative group to offer micro-grants will also be announced soon. OneZone is also excited to continue offering their annual scholarship to graduating high school seniors, the children of employees whose companies are Chamber members.Meanwhile, there are big changes amidst the workforce that will affect OneZone members. The nature of employment and the composition of the labor pool are undergoing a transformation. OneZone and its partners understand that in order to remain relevant and succeed, companies and the Hamilton County culture must focus on the future. They must focus on people strategy, changing demographics, evolving definitions of work, leadership cultivation, employee wants and needs and talent development.OneZone and the other Hamilton County chambers will be hosting an all-county luncheon on April 19, focusing on building a strategic workforce for the future. The discussion will include how Hamilton County looks to address the needs of workplace and workforce. The guest speaker will be Edward Cone, Deputy Director in the Thought Leadership group at Oxford Economics. Cone will share results of research on Workforce 2020: Building a Strategic Workforce for the Future. Oxford Economics is one of the worlds foremost independent global advisory firms, proving reports, forecasts and analytical tools to industries worldwide organizations. OneZone One Year LaterThe Carmel and Fishers Magazines have partnered with OneZone to produce a quarterly overview of what is important to our members, our businesses and to our communities. If you have a story or a topic of discussion that you would like see shared with over 45,000 residents and professionals, please contact Janelle Morrison, janelle9496@me.com.A stronger voice. A significant presence. A new business advocate in an ever-changing marketplace. The Carmel and Fishers Chambers of Commerce have joined to become OneZone.OneZone Staff50 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com34 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 35This particular luncheon is an opportunity to kick off a workforce initiative to help everybody within Hamilton County, said Mo Merhoff, OneZone president. This includes job seekers and those seeking employees. There are several cities and regions studying and reacting to these issues. Cities like Louisville and Pittsburgh have developed their programs, ImaginePittsburgh.com and kentuckianaworks.org, as a response to their local workforce and workplace issues.The issues are not just affecting the hospitality sector or large corporations. Some of our members have expressed that they are struggling to get tech people. The issues are across the board, and we are hoping to get some feedback from Edward Cone on how smart communities are dealing with these issues and how cities and communities like ours are reacting in a positive and productive way. It isnt just about the companies and employees that are already here, but additionally, about identifying what companies our communities are trying to get to come here and answering how they will be able to staff up once they are. Will they be able to find the people that they need?One of the organizations contributing to this initiative is Visit Hamilton County. Already a marketing partner with the countys Chambers of Commerce, city departments and economic development committees, Visit Hamilton County is a centralized source data for and materials created for the purpose of promoting the countys amenities and assets.The issue of workforce attraction and development is a complicated and layered issue, explained Brenda Myers, president and CEO Visit Hamilton County. We met with the other participating organizations in March and discussed the topic of workforce and all of the related issues. We all agreed that we needed more data and input, so we went to the Business Intelligence Center of Hamilton County, a shared center of our centralized pool of data, and we crafted a survey that is going out to the areas human resource directors. We included questions on the subjects of workforce barriers, training and retirement. We are also reaching out to the survey participants to see if they would be willing to serve on a focus group and join the conversation.Myers said that once the results have been received and reviewed, a strategic and general plan would be developed and discussed among the groups participants.Our goal is to release the preliminary findings of this study by April 19, Myers said. Its a topic that we have been discussing, that OneZone has been discussing among other groups. We realized it was time to work together and pool all of our resources. Brick - Stone - HardscapesThe Better Brick Peoplewww.curleybm.comVisit Our Showroom at 727 IN-32W, Westfield, IN | (317) 867-2566Brenda MyersPresident & CEO Visit Hamilton CountyMo MerhoffOneZone President34 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 35We Can Help.Accidents Happen...But sometimes, you deserve more than apologies.317.842.8283GarrisonLegal.com Greg GarrisonGreg@garrisonlegal.comChris GarrisonChris@garrisonlegal.comPersonal InjuryWrongful DeathProduct LiabilitySlip, Trip or FallGarrison Law Firm, LLC 1300+ members Ended 2015 with 83% retention rate Fourth largest Chamber organization in Indiana 300+ luncheon attendance Record participation at 2 golf events and 2 business expos OneZone 2015 budget $622,350 Nearly 60% of income is membership Attendance/sponsorship of the 4 fundraising events makes up 22% of income 32% of budget is spent on member programsOVERVIEWMEMBERSHIPWith OneZone, businesses get an organization that reaches across municipal boundaries, just the way business does, to deliver more impact and more opportunities more efficiently. Interested in finding out more about your business becoming a member of OneZone? Contact us at info@onezonecommerce.com.CALENDAR OF EVENTS Registration available online at onezonecommerce.comAPRILYOUNG PROFESSIONALS AFTER HOURSWednesday, April 13Redemption AlewerksALL-COUNTY LUNCHEON: WORKFORCE 2020Tuesday, April 19Ritz CharlesLEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST: PRIMARY CANDIDATESFriday, April 22 / The Bridgewater ClubMAYMAY LUNCHEON: FOUR HAMILTON COUNTY MAYORSWednesday, May 11FORUM Conference CenterALL-COUNTY NETWORK BREAKFASTThursday, May 12Prairie View Golf ClubYOUNG PROFESSIONALS LUNCH & LEARNWednesday, May 18Eddie MerlotsNEW MEMBER ORIENTATIONThursday, May 19The Wellington Banquet & Conference CenterJUNEALL-COUNTY BUSINESS AFTER HOURSThursday, June 2Montgomery AviationJUNE LUNCHEONWednesday, June 8502 East Event CentreYOUNG PROFESSIONALS AFTER HOURSWednesday, June 22Brixx Wood-Fired PizzaGOLF CLASSICTuesday, June 28Woodland Country ClubOneZoneCommerce.com5TH ANNUAL ALL-COUNTY CHAMBER LUNCHEONWORKFORCE 2020: BUILDING A STRATEGIC WORKFORCE FOR THE FUTURETuesday, April 19 / 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. / Ritz Charles CarmelPresenting sponsors: Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. & Hamilton County Economic Development Corp. / Sponsor: Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim Supporting sponsors: Duke Energy, Franciscan St. Francis Health Carmel, IBJ, IU HealthBig changes are coming to the workforce. The nature of employment and the composition of the labor pool are undergoing a transformation. In order to remain relevant and succeed, businesses in Hamilton County must focus on the future. Get the 2020 workforce right, and the rewards will be ample. Will we be ready?Edward Cone, Deputy Director in the Thought Leadership group at Oxford Economics, will share results of research on Workforce 2020: Building a Strategic Workforce for the Future. Oxford Economics is one of the worlds foremost independent global advisory firms, providing reports, forecasts and analytical tools to industries worldwide.Join us and learn how the world thinks and how Hamilton County looks to address the changing needs of workplace and workforce. For details and event registration, visit onezonecommerce.com or call 317-436-4653.Hamilton County Chambers / OneZone, Northern Hamilton County, Noblesville, Westfield50 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 5134 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 35This particular luncheon is an opportunity to kick off a workforce initiative to help everybody within Hamilton County, said Mo Merhoff, OneZone president. This includes job seekers and those seeking employees. There are several cities and regions studying and reacting to these issues. Cities like Louisville and Pittsburgh have developed their programs, ImaginePittsburgh.com and kentuckianaworks.org, as a response to their local workforce and workplace issues.The issues are not just affecting the hospitality sector or large corporations. Some of our members have expressed that they are struggling to get tech people. The issues are across the board, and we are hoping to get some feedback from Edward Cone on how smart communities are dealing with these issues and how cities and communities like ours are reacting in a positive and productive way. It isnt just about the companies and employees that are already here, but additionally, about identifying what companies our communities are trying to get to come here and answering how they will be able to staff up once they are. Will they be able to find the people that they need?One of the organizations contributing to this initiative is Visit Hamilton County. Already a marketing partner with the countys Chambers of Commerce, city departments and economic development committees, Visit Hamilton County is a centralized source data for and materials created for the purpose of promoting the countys amenities and assets.The issue of workforce attraction and development is a complicated and layered issue, explained Brenda Myers, president and CEO Visit Hamilton County. We met with the other participating organizations in March and discussed the topic of workforce and all of the related issues. We all agreed that we needed more data and input, so we went to the Business Intelligence Center of Hamilton County, a shared center of our centralized pool of data, and we crafted a survey that is going out to the areas human resource directors. We included questions on the subjects of workforce barriers, training and retirement. We are also reaching out to the survey participants to see if they would be willing to serve on a focus group and join the conversation.Myers said that once the results have been received and reviewed, a strategic and general plan would be developed and discussed among the groups participants.Our goal is to release the preliminary findings of this study by April 19, Myers said. Its a topic that we have been discussing, that OneZone has been discussing among other groups. We realized it was time to work together and pool all of our resources. Brick - Stone - HardscapesThe Better Brick Peoplewww.curleybm.comVisit Our Showroom at 727 IN-32W, Westfield, IN | (317) 867-2566Brenda MyersPresident & CEO Visit Hamilton CountyMo MerhoffOneZone President34 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 35We Can Help.Accidents Happen...But sometimes, you deserve more than apologies.317.842.8283GarrisonLegal.com Greg GarrisonGreg@garrisonlegal.comChris GarrisonChris@garrisonlegal.comPersonal InjuryWrongful DeathProduct LiabilitySlip, Trip or FallGarrison Law Firm, LLC 1300+ members Ended 2015 with 83% retention rate Fourth largest Chamber organization in Indiana 300+ luncheon attendance Record participation at 2 golf events and 2 business expos OneZone 2015 budget $622,350 Nearly 60% of income is membership Attendance/sponsorship of the 4 fundraising events makes up 22% of income 32% of budget is spent on member programsOVERVIEWMEMBERSHIPWith OneZone, businesses get an organization that reaches across municipal boundaries, just the way business does, to deliver more impact and more opportunities more efficiently. Interested in finding out more about your business becoming a member of OneZone? Contact us at info@onezonecommerce.com.CALENDAR OF EVENTS Registration available online at onezonecommerce.comAPRILYOUNG PROFESSIONALS AFTER HOURSWednesday, April 13Redemption AlewerksALL-COUNTY LUNCHEON: WORKFORCE 2020Tuesday, April 19Ritz CharlesLEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST: PRIMARY CANDIDATESFriday, April 22 / The Bridgewater ClubMAYMAY LUNCHEON: FOUR HAMILTON COUNTY MAYORSWednesday, May 11FORUM Conference CenterALL-COUNTY NETWORK BREAKFASTThursday, May 12Prairie View Golf ClubYOUNG PROFESSIONALS LUNCH & LEARNWednesday, May 18Eddie MerlotsNEW MEMBER ORIENTATIONThursday, May 19The Wellington Banquet & Conference CenterJUNEALL-COUNTY BUSINESS AFTER HOURSThursday, June 2Montgomery AviationJUNE LUNCHEONWednesday, June 8502 East Event CentreYOUNG PROFESSIONALS AFTER HOURSWednesday, June 22Brixx Wood-Fired PizzaGOLF CLASSICTuesday, June 28Woodland Country ClubOneZoneCommerce.com5TH ANNUAL ALL-COUNTY CHAMBER LUNCHEONWORKFORCE 2020: BUILDING A STRATEGIC WORKFORCE FOR THE FUTURETuesday, April 19 / 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. / Ritz Charles CarmelPresenting sponsors: Hamilton County Tourism, Inc. & Hamilton County Economic Development Corp. / Sponsor: Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim Supporting sponsors: Duke Energy, Franciscan St. Francis Health Carmel, IBJ, IU HealthBig changes are coming to the workforce. The nature of employment and the composition of the labor pool are undergoing a transformation. In order to remain relevant and succeed, businesses in Hamilton County must focus on the future. Get the 2020 workforce right, and the rewards will be ample. Will we be ready?Edward Cone, Deputy Director in the Thought Leadership group at Oxford Economics, will share results of research on Workforce 2020: Building a Strategic Workforce for the Future. Oxford Economics is one of the worlds foremost independent global advisory firms, providing reports, forecasts and analytical tools to industries worldwide.Join us and learn how the world thinks and how Hamilton County looks to address the changing needs of workplace and workforce. For details and event registration, visit onezonecommerce.com or call 317-436-4653.Hamilton County Chambers / OneZone, Northern Hamilton County, Noblesville, Westfield52 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com36 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 37GOLF CLASSIC June 28, 2016 11:30 a.m. 7 p.m.Woodland Country Club 100 Woodland Lane / Carmel, IN 46032PLAYERS & DINNER GUESTS All player packages include: 18 holes of golf / Driving range and putting practiceBuffet lunch served outdoors / Buffet dinnerDrinks on course / On-course gamesPlayer gift / First, second and third place, longest drive prizesFOR MORE INFORMATIONPhone: 317-436-4653 Visit OneZoneCommerce.com for Pricing and more information.No rate changes.No annual fee.No closing costs.No kidding.Drop in.With a 5 year fixed rate, theres no telling what youcan do with a Lake City Bank Home Equity Line of Credit.Call (888) 522-2265 for details. lakecitybank.com*Offer good through 7/31/2016. The promotional 5 Year Fixed 2.99% APR requires credit approval, an 85% or less loan-to-value ratio (90% loan-to-value if first mortgage is with Lake City Bank) and an automatic payment deduction from a Lake City Bank checking or savings account (higher APR applies without an automatic payment deduction). Terms of Repayment per $1,000 borrowed: 60 monthly payments of $17.96. Minimum loan amount is $5,000 with a cumulative maximum of $200,000. Contact Lake City Bank for other rate and term options. A refinance of a current Lake City Bank Home Equity Fixed Rate Lock does not qualify for the promotional rate. You must carry insurance on the property that secures your Home Equity line of credit. Member FDIC. Institution ID# 431669.299%APR*. 5 YEAR FIXED RATEEQUITYHOMEL I N E O F C R E D I TGolf Scramble Friday, August 26 / Ironwood Golf Club Fishers Escape the office for a relaxing laid-back day on the course with fun games and skill challenges, snacks and drinks while you play. Not a golfer? Dont worry! Promote your business to decision-makers through sponsorship. Spend the day on the course with the players or put your company logo onsite.For details on both golf outings, visit onezonecommerce.com.SAVE THE DATESUMMER BEGINS & ENDS WITH IT AT ONEZONE36 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 37Writer / Janelle Morrison Photo / JJ KaplanProving that the most effective way to market our businesses is through good old-fashioned networking, Tom Wagenhauser, president and CEO Techlocity and HelpDesk.net (WhatIsHelpDesk.net) located in Fishers, attributes his networking efforts to his companies recent success.Wagenhauser established Indy IT Professionals in 2010 and was a one-man band operation working out of a mere 400 sq. ft. Due to the growth of his company, IT Professionals underwent a name change to Techlocity, a clever combination of technology and velocity. Techlocity provides IT solutions with a variety of plans tailored to companies needs and goals. They provide exceptional support at any level. Their Managed Services include remote monitoring and management, 24/7 support, proactive maintenance, hardware and software asset reporting and license management.Waggenhauser created HelpDesk.net under Techlocitys umbrella to offer outsourced Help Desk support that is maintained by a dedicated team of Wagenhausers staff.After the market crash of 2008, I saw an opportunity to start my own business, Wagenhauser said. Typically when there is a downturn in the market and at the magnitude that we experienced then, we see people downsizing their workforce, especially technology positions. They consider outsourcing many of those positions as a cost savings strategy. My background is in the small and midsize business market, and I usually work directly with an owner. My goal was and continues to be to make the most of their technology with a conservative budget.Since 2010, Wagenhauser has expanded his company, nearly doubling his workforce each year. He attributes his growth and success to providing excellent service to his customers and to the vigorous networking that he and his associates engage in.Our core focus is on sales efforts, referrals and providing excellent support, Wagenhauser stated. In the beginning, we didnt have a sales team. It was me attending networking events, Chamber events and currently OneZone events. I was active in the former Carmel and Fishers Young Professionals events and was the Board Chair of the Fishers Chamber YP group. These events allowed me to get my name out. I have always felt strongly that the more I attended these events, the more people would become familiar with me and feel comfortable doing business with me.Ultimately, that is exactly what happened. Techlocity got their big break after attending the Taste of the Chamber Business Expo in 2014. An attendee picked up one their cards from the HelpDesk.net booth and contacted Wagenhauser two months later. This particular corporation was interested in Wagenhausers ability to provide their company outsourced, after-hours support and have it ready within 30 days. The two companies reached an agreement, and within a month, Wagenhauser had hired the necessary personnel dedicated to that account and had the systems in place.Three months later, the same companys internal business units offered Wagenhauser and his team the opportunity to take on their Canadian operations which would require a staff member who was fluent in both English and French. Shortly after this growth spurt, Wagenhauser was contacted by another local large company that would add seven more people to his staff. He currently employs 36 in their 7,000 sq. ft. facility. Despite the serious nature of their business, the staff enjoys a relatively casual work environment, complete with Nerf gun battles to alleviate stress and enhance a healthy sense of teamwork and competition.Wagenhauser stressed that he does not put a huge emphasis on certifications and degrees when he hires his team members.The Help Desk people that we hire are classically trained, Wagenhauser explained. Were hiring people that have a minimum of one to two years of experience. They will be able to produce more results and get the tickets completed more quickly, ultimately doing more in the same amount of time it would take someone with less experience. I look for a jack of all and master of none when I am interviewing engineers. They need to be strong in problem solving and be versatile. I look for candidates who have had multi-client type experiences. We have a total of six great engineers and an incredible administrative and after-hours team.If your company, regardless of size, is interested in learning more about Techlocity, HelpDesk.net and their many best-in-class service offerings, from Managed Services to IT Infrastructure implementation, visit techlocity.com.MEMBERSPOTLIGHTTechlocity10089 Allisonville Rd., Suite A Fishers, IN 46038317-288-5474techlocity.comTECHLOCITY... WHEN NETWORKING WORKSTom WagenhauserPresident and CEO Techlocity and HelpDesk.net52 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 5336 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 37GOLF CLASSIC June 28, 2016 11:30 a.m. 7 p.m.Woodland Country Club 100 Woodland Lane / Carmel, IN 46032PLAYERS & DINNER GUESTS All player packages include: 18 holes of golf / Driving range and putting practiceBuffet lunch served outdoors / Buffet dinnerDrinks on course / On-course gamesPlayer gift / First, second and third place, longest drive prizesFOR MORE INFORMATIONPhone: 317-436-4653 Visit OneZoneCommerce.com for Pricing and more information.No rate changes.No annual fee.No closing costs.No kidding.Drop in.With a 5 year fixed rate, theres no telling what youcan do with a Lake City Bank Home Equity Line of Credit.Call (888) 522-2265 for details. lakecitybank.com*Offer good through 7/31/2016. The promotional 5 Year Fixed 2.99% APR requires credit approval, an 85% or less loan-to-value ratio (90% loan-to-value if first mortgage is with Lake City Bank) and an automatic payment deduction from a Lake City Bank checking or savings account (higher APR applies without an automatic payment deduction). Terms of Repayment per $1,000 borrowed: 60 monthly payments of $17.96. Minimum loan amount is $5,000 with a cumulative maximum of $200,000. Contact Lake City Bank for other rate and term options. A refinance of a current Lake City Bank Home Equity Fixed Rate Lock does not qualify for the promotional rate. You must carry insurance on the property that secures your Home Equity line of credit. Member FDIC. Institution ID# 431669.299%APR*. 5 YEAR FIXED RATEEQUITYHOMEL I N E O F C R E D I TGolf Scramble Friday, August 26 / Ironwood Golf Club Fishers Escape the office for a relaxing laid-back day on the course with fun games and skill challenges, snacks and drinks while you play. Not a golfer? Dont worry! Promote your business to decision-makers through sponsorship. Spend the day on the course with the players or put your company logo onsite.For details on both golf outings, visit onezonecommerce.com.SAVE THE DATESUMMER BEGINS & ENDS WITH IT AT ONEZONE36 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / APRIL 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 37Writer / Janelle Morrison Photo / JJ KaplanProving that the most effective way to market our businesses is through good old-fashioned networking, Tom Wagenhauser, president and CEO Techlocity and HelpDesk.net (WhatIsHelpDesk.net) located in Fishers, attributes his networking efforts to his companies recent success.Wagenhauser established Indy IT Professionals in 2010 and was a one-man band operation working out of a mere 400 sq. ft. Due to the growth of his company, IT Professionals underwent a name change to Techlocity, a clever combination of technology and velocity. Techlocity provides IT solutions with a variety of plans tailored to companies needs and goals. They provide exceptional support at any level. Their Managed Services include remote monitoring and management, 24/7 support, proactive maintenance, hardware and software asset reporting and license management.Waggenhauser created HelpDesk.net under Techlocitys umbrella to offer outsourced Help Desk support that is maintained by a dedicated team of Wagenhausers staff.After the market crash of 2008, I saw an opportunity to start my own business, Wagenhauser said. Typically when there is a downturn in the market and at the magnitude that we experienced then, we see people downsizing their workforce, especially technology positions. They consider outsourcing many of those positions as a cost savings strategy. My background is in the small and midsize business market, and I usually work directly with an owner. My goal was and continues to be to make the most of their technology with a conservative budget.Since 2010, Wagenhauser has expanded his company, nearly doubling his workforce each year. He attributes his growth and success to providing excellent service to his customers and to the vigorous networking that he and his associates engage in.Our core focus is on sales efforts, referrals and providing excellent support, Wagenhauser stated. In the beginning, we didnt have a sales team. It was me attending networking events, Chamber events and currently OneZone events. I was active in the former Carmel and Fishers Young Professionals events and was the Board Chair of the Fishers Chamber YP group. These events allowed me to get my name out. I have always felt strongly that the more I attended these events, the more people would become familiar with me and feel comfortable doing business with me.Ultimately, that is exactly what happened. Techlocity got their big break after attending the Taste of the Chamber Business Expo in 2014. An attendee picked up one their cards from the HelpDesk.net booth and contacted Wagenhauser two months later. This particular corporation was interested in Wagenhausers ability to provide their company outsourced, after-hours support and have it ready within 30 days. The two companies reached an agreement, and within a month, Wagenhauser had hired the necessary personnel dedicated to that account and had the systems in place.Three months later, the same companys internal business units offered Wagenhauser and his team the opportunity to take on their Canadian operations which would require a staff member who was fluent in both English and French. Shortly after this growth spurt, Wagenhauser was contacted by another local large company that would add seven more people to his staff. He currently employs 36 in their 7,000 sq. ft. facility. Despite the serious nature of their business, the staff enjoys a relatively casual work environment, complete with Nerf gun battles to alleviate stress and enhance a healthy sense of teamwork and competition.Wagenhauser stressed that he does not put a huge emphasis on certifications and degrees when he hires his team members.The Help Desk people that we hire are classically trained, Wagenhauser explained. Were hiring people that have a minimum of one to two years of experience. They will be able to produce more results and get the tickets completed more quickly, ultimately doing more in the same amount of time it would take someone with less experience. I look for a jack of all and master of none when I am interviewing engineers. They need to be strong in problem solving and be versatile. I look for candidates who have had multi-client type experiences. We have a total of six great engineers and an incredible administrative and after-hours team.If your company, regardless of size, is interested in learning more about Techlocity, HelpDesk.net and their many best-in-class service offerings, from Managed Services to IT Infrastructure implementation, visit techlocity.com.MEMBERSPOTLIGHTTechlocity10089 Allisonville Rd., Suite A Fishers, IN 46038317-288-5474techlocity.comTECHLOCITY... WHEN NETWORKING WORKSTom WagenhauserPresident and CEO Techlocity and HelpDesk.net54 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.comTROY DIXON RUNS FOR MAN OF THE YEAR FOR THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETYTroy Dixon, local Geist resident and Keller Williams real estate agent, is running for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Man of the Year for 2016.Writer / Kara ReibelPhotographer / Izzybug Photography; provided54 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atFishers.com atFishers.com / APRIL 2016 / FISHERS MAGAZINE / 55In the time it takes to read this article, someone will have been diagnosed with a type of blood cancer.This is a powerful statementand the intention behind Troy Dixons fundraising campaign for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Societys Man of the Year.Dixon, a Geist resident and Central Indiana realtor with Indy Plus Realty Group with Keller Williams, is honored to run a campaign. Hes quick to point out that its not so much about running for Man of the Year as it is squarely focused on the Boy and Girl of the Year and all of those with leukemia and lymphoma.The intent is to raise money to fund research and treatments to cure blood cancers and to provide support and hope for those families dealing with this very real fight every day.The Boy and Girl of the Year for Indianapolis are the most amazing kids I have ever met, shares Dixon. Luke Canterbury is a 6-year-old from Fishers. He is lively and smiles all the time and is absolutely a normal 6-year-old boy. Grace Gumino is a freshman at Cathedral High School and is as active as her Mum will let her be! (See Lukes and Graces stories on our website.)While childhood leukemia has the highest cure rate of any blood cancer, it is also the number one killer of children under the age of 20. Its this statistic that is staggering and one that those campaigning hope to change.My campaign is all about increasing awareness and raising money, says Dixon, who was nominated by Kristie Smith who won Woman of the Year in 2013 and by his business partner, Dr. Tom Galovic.Dixon is a Kiwi. He grew up in New Zealand and moved to the United States in 1999. Area high school rugby players know of Dixon as an HSE assistant coach, having played the sport himself from a young age. He continued playing it as an adult until he tore his Achilles tendon.I am from a little wee town, and the importance of community is huge for me, shares Dixon. Where I am from, you had to treat everyone with respect, and if you did something really wrong, you had to leave. To be clear, Dixon left New Zealand to seek adventure and visit a cousin living in the States, not due to any inappropriate actions.Dixon and his real estate team have a reputation of giving back. They are all strong community contributors, giving 30 percent of their commissions at closing to veterans, active duty military, police, fire, anyone in the medical field or teachers and government workers. Last year, Indy Plus Realty group gave over $130,000 back to the community. These dollars literally go directly to the qualified client for use in escrow or closing costs.This strong sense of community and the importance to giving back is how Dixon lives his life. Even without a personal connection to leukemia or lymphoma, hes thrilled to help in some way to make a difference for those who are directly impacted.When asked why he chose to accept the challenge to run for The LLS Man of the Year, Dixon replies, Because I can help, I should"For more information, visit mwoy.org/pages/in/indy16/tdixon or visit the sponsorship page at tinyurl.com/MWOYSponsor2016. Please donate, join my team and pass YOUR page on to others," says Dixon. 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