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This month, our cover features Zionsvilles first mayor Tim Haak. The cloud of uncertainty concerning the existence of a mayors office was removed when the protracted lawsuit with Whitestown was recently brought to a close. With that development, we sat down with Mayor Haak to see what he has planned for Zionsville.

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  • APRIL 2016 MAGAZINE

    MAKING HISTORY AS THE TOWNS FIRST ELECTED MAYOR

  • 2 / ZIONSVILLE MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atZionsville.com

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  • 4 / ZIONSVILLE MAGAZINE / APRIL 2016 / atZionsville.com

    2016 The National Bank of Indianapolis www.nbofi.com Not FDIC Insured No Bank Guarantee May Lose Funds

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    Insertion Date: February 2016 CW:

    Pub: Community Newsletters - Carmel, CenterGrove, Geist & Zionsville Acct. Serv.

    111 Monument Circle, Suite 4150 / Indianapolis, IN 46204 /t 317/632/6501 /CVRindy.com /

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    PUBLISHERTom Britt

    tom@TownePost.com / 317-496-3599

    BUSINESS MANAGERNeil Lucas

    neil@atZionsville.com / 317-296-7800

    VP OF SALESLena Lucas

    lena@atZionsville.com / 317-501-0418

    CONTROLLERJeanne Britt

    jeanne@TownePost.com / 317-288-7101

    GRAPHIC DESIGNER Toni Folzenlogel

    CREATIVE DIRECTOR Alyssa Sander

    ADVERTISING DESIGNER Austin Vance

    EDITORKatelyn Bausman

    HEAD WRITER Janelle Morrison

    DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHYJJ Kaplan

    WRITERSRebecca Wood / Keeley Miller

    PHOTOGRAPHERSJJ Kaplan / Keeley Miller / Chris BerginChristie Cotton Turnbull / Scott Clark

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    MAILING ADDRESSP.O. Box 36097 / Indianapolis, IN 46236

    Phone: 317-823-5060 / Fax: 317-536-3030

    The Zionsville Magazine is published by TownePost Network Inc. and written for and by local Zionsville area residents. Magazines are distributed via direct mail to more than 10,000 Zionsville area

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    17 / COVER STORY

    7 Looking For An All Body Low Impact Workout? Indianapolis Rowing Center Offers A Solution For All Ages

    14 Stutz Open House to Feature Over 60 Artists

    21 The Taps are Flowing at Noble Order

    25 Kim Dodson: A Hero for the Special Needs Community

    28 The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Boy of the Year Luke Canterbury

    33 Zionsville Show Choirs Dominate Again This Year

    36 April Arts Calendar

    11 Meet the Murphys 23 Best-Selling Author Takes the Local Stage

    MAKING HISTORY AS THE TOWNS FIRST ELECTED MAYORWriter / Janelle MorrisonCover photo / JJ Kaplan

    This month, our cover features Zionsvilles first mayor Tim Haak. The cloud of uncertainty concerning the existence of a mayors office was removed when the protracted lawsuit with Whitestown was recently brought to a close. With that development, we sat down with Mayor Haak to see what he has planned for Zionsville.

    2016 The National Bank of Indianapolis www.nbofi.com Not FDIC Insured No Bank Guarantee May Lose Funds

    261-9790

    Our full-service Personal Trust Division includes:

    Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

    Estate Settlement

    Life Insurance Trusts

    Charitable Trusts

    Guardianships

    We are ready to respond with the highest level of personal service, privacy, confidentiality, and attention to detail.

    In the ever-changing world of financial services, our Personal Trust Division is a constant.

    Per sona l Trusts a nd Estates

    Protect, Grow a nd M a nage Your A ssets

    Client/Filename: NBI 4039 WM_TrustEstate_8.125x10.625

    Job #: ANBI-4039-02

    Job Name: Personal Trusts and Estates Ad CD:

    Size/Specs: 8.125" x 10.625", 4 color AD:

    Insertion Date: February 2016 CW:

    Pub: Community Newsletters - Carmel, CenterGrove, Geist & Zionsville Acct. Serv.

    111 Monument Circle, Suite 4150 / Indianapolis, IN 46204 /t 317/632/6501 /CVRindy.com /

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    Writer / Rebecca Wood

    Twelve years ago, Carmels Janet Klochko walked into her first rowing class at the Indianapolis Rowing Center. Klochko was in her mid-40s and looking for an activity that would combine her love of the outdoors, water and exercise.

    I wanted to find an all-over workout that would not be high-impact on my knees and joints, says Klochko.

    Rowing proved to be a match for Klochko. Since that first class, shes become a regular at the Indianapolis Rowing Center and an evangelist for the sport.

    Zionsvilles Sue Iffert shares a similar story. Five years ago, a friend invited her to try a class at the Indianapolis Rowing Center. She immediately took to rowing and has continued in the sport.

    Its great to be in your 50s and competitive again, declares 52-year-old Iffert. It really gets your adrenaline going.

    How individuals land at the Indianapolis Rowing Center varies. Members of the tight-knit community range from teens to 70+ year olds. Some, like Klochko and Iffert, discover rowing later in life. Others are former collegiate rowing athletes who want to continue in their sport. Adolescents, who row for either recreation or competition, make up part of the community.

    Jen Floyd, Executive Director of the Indianapolis Rowing Center and a member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic rowing team, says the Indianapolis Rowing Center welcomes rowers of all experiences, ages and abilities.

    Some may be intimidated or think rowing is an Ivy League sport, Floyd contends. Its not; its a sport for everybody.

    Floyd lauds rowing as a lifelong sport that promotes teamwork and social interactions. She says that the Indianapolis Rowing Center caters to the needs of both the recreational and the competitive rower through programs, classes and camps.

    LOOKING FOR AN ALL BODY LOW IMPACT WORKOUT?

    INDIANAPOLIS ROWING CENTER OFFERS A SOLUTION FOR ALL AGES

    LEARN TO ROW CLASSES

    Learn-to-Row (LTR) is an introductory class for adults (or

    parent/child) to the sport of rowing. Over the course of 6 hours, IRC

    coaches, with the help of volunteers, will teach you proper rowing

    technique, inside and on the water, as well as educate you on rowing

    terminology, safety and teamwork.

    The focus will be in eight person (sweep) boats. There will be the

    opportunity to scull in a single person boat Saturday mornings after you

    have completed the class (free for the remainder of the month).

    CLASS DATESApril 11-13, May 2-4 &

    June 6-8 Cost $80

    FOR MORE INFO317 327-7100 or go to indyrowing.org

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    For the novice, Floyd recommends attending the Learn-To-Row classes. These introductory classes teach proper rowing techniques, terminology, safety and teamwork. Classes are held each month and consist of two sessions of three-hour instruction.

    Upon competition of these preparatory classes, an individual can participate in the group programming for the remainder of the month at no charge.

    For those interested in continuing in the sport, the Indianapolis Rowing Center programs include weekly training sessions with experienced coaches. Camps and other sessions are offered for adolescents ages 12-18. Some rowers participate in local or national regatta competitions.

    The Center offers memberships that allow access to the boathouse and equipment. Some memberships include program options.

    The Indianapolis Rowing Center operates from the reservoir in Eagle Creek Park. Floyd touts the location as one of the top race courses in the country. The reservoirs 2,000-meter course has served as the site for many national and world-class competitions like the 1987 Pan Am Games and numerous U.S. Rowing National Championships.

    During the winter months, training is conducted at the Riviera Club in Indianapolis.

    Klochko rows three times a week with the Masters Sweep and Sculling Program. Although she started rowing for exercise, she considers the friendships formed within the group as an added bonus.

    Its not just a great sport, says Klochko. Its a great group of people who share a love of rowing.

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    MEET THE MURPHYSAN INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW CEO OF IU HEALTH AND HIS FAMILY

    Writer / Janelle Morrison Photographer / Chris Bergin & JJ Kaplan

    On 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

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