Law firm changes name
Kirtley, Taylor, Sims, Chadd & Minette, P.C., a law firm with a southside location, has changed the name of the firm to Taylor, Chadd, Minnette, Schneider & Clutter, P.C.
The firm has 10 lawyers and offices in Crawfordsville, Lebanon and Indianapolis.
The name change adds Ann M. Schneider, managing director in Indianapolis, and Robert V. Clutter, managing director in Lebanon, to the firm name.
To learn more about the firm, visit tcmsclaw.com.
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Doctors join Center Grove Family Medicine
Two doctors have joined Center Grove Family Medicine, a Franciscan Physician Network practice.
Dr. Kami L. Mooney and Dr. Michael J. Mooney are accepting patients at the clinic, which provides a wide range of primary care services for patients of all ages.
They both recently completed residency training at Franciscan St. Francis Health. Kami Mooney received undergraduate degrees in biology, chemistry and Spanish from Indiana University and earned her medical degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Michael Mooney is board-certified in family medicine and received an undergraduate degree in chemistry with highest distinction from Indiana University and earned his medical degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine, where he was active in various clerkships, including radiology, psychiatry, neurology and family medicine.
They are both members of the Indiana State Medical Association and American Academy of Family Physicians. Michael Mooney was active in recruiting programs during his residency and was a physician volunteer at the Indianapolis Women’s Half Marathon.
To schedule an appointment , call 317-859-3737.
Credit union raises $18,000 for charity
Financial Center First Credit Union hosted its 18th annual charity golf outing in June, which raised nearly $18,000 for charity.
The proceeds generated from the outing were divided among three charities — Association of the United States Army’s scholarship fund, the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame and the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry.
Financial Center employees donated many volunteer hours to help serve these organizations.
Restaurant gets award for inclusive hiring
Scotty’s Brewhouse, an Indiana-based restaurant chain with a location in Franklin, has been awarded the Ruderman Best in Business Award for its history of inclusive hiring, supporting and employing people with disabilities.
Scotty’s Brewhouse hires and supports people with disabilities in all of its restaurants with plans to increase its workforce of people with disabilities up to 10 percent of all employees next year, according to a statement from the company.
The award, given annually, recognizes businesses in North America that have demonstrated a history of employing people with disabilities and developing approaches to maximizing employee abilities.