Hearts & Darts – October 26

Hearts and Darts

EDITOR’S NOTE — Hearts and Darts is published Monday and as space is available.

To submit an item, email editorial assistant Anna Herkamp at aherkamp@dailyjournal.net, fax to 736-2766, call 736-2712 or mail to P.O. Box 699, Franklin, IN 46131.

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  • I wish to express my thanks and appreciation to everyone connected to the Indy Honor Flight. What a great organization to honor World War II veterans on their recent trip to Washington, D.C. to see their memorial. It was an unforgettable experience and my guardian was super in her handling of all the details.

Wayne Fansler

New Whiteland

  • Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County would like to welcome Marco’s Pizza to Franklin and send them a huge thank-you for the lunch. Job well done, the meal was delicious!

Lee Ann Wilbur

executive director,

Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County

  • Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County would like to send a heart of gratitude to The Apple Works in Trafalgar for hosting the 5K Great Pumpkin Run and choosing our affiliate as the charity of the day. We truly appreciate this ongoing partnership.

Lee Ann Wilbur,

executive director,

Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County

  • Larry Shirley continues to support the town of Bargersville with excellent photography skills during community events. His preservation of history for the town and community events is greatly appreciated. Got a train question? Ask Larry. Thanks Larry for your continued service.

Jeff Beck


the Bargersville Parks Commission

  • Hearts to Dr. Charley Barnes, Dr. Paul Janis, Dr. Holly Vaught and Dr. Samantha Weaver for donating your time and services for our 2015-16 district-wide Vision Day. We appreciate your involvement in our community to ensure healthy vision for our students. Thanks to your efforts, we were able to screen 400 kindergarten students.

Amanda Martin

Franklin Community Schools

  • Hearts to JP Parker Florist for donating sunflowers to the Franklin Farmers Market, allowing several nonprofits to sell the sunflowers and make a profit for their own organizations. Also, hearts and a thank-you to all vendors, volunteers and everyone who visited the Franklin Farmers Market this summer. Thank you to Josie Sodrel and Olivia Norris for providing the beautiful music. We look forward to seeing everyone next summer.

Carolyn and Marty Williams,

Discover Downtown Franklin