New graphics, sign shop plans ribbon cutting
A new graphics and sign shop, Image 360, has opened on County Line Road on the southside.
The company is new to Indiana but has more than 300 locations nationwide. Image360 can produce any item with a logo or message on it.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house is planned from 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 12 at the store at 8948 South St. Peter St., Indianapolis.
Resident named to bank board of directors
A Johnson County resident has been named to the board of directors of Mutual Savings Bank and its parent company, Third Century Bancorp.
Jeff Goben has worked in the banking industry in Johnson County for 41 years, including as a founding member, senior manager, director and secretary of the board of directors of the former Heartland Community Bank. Goben also is a past president of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, and a member of Greenwood Sertoma Club.
Mutual Savings Bank has its main office on Jefferson Street in Franklin and branches elsewhere in Franklin, Nineveh and Trafalgar.
Goben will be on the board of directors from Oct. 1 until May 2019.
School receives donation from local credit union
Indiana Members Credit Union has donated $4,047 to Center Grove Schools as part of an ongoing school spirit debit card program. Every time a Center Grove Trojans-themed debit card is used in a purchase that requires a signature, money is set aside for the school. Since beginning the program in 2013, the credit union has donated $10,855 to Center Grove High School.
The money was presented by Misty Faulkner, the credit union’s Center Grove branch manager, to high school athletics director Jon Zwitt at the varsity football game Sept. 8.
Fans can get a free card at the Center Grove banking branch at 1604 S. State Road 135 or any of the other 24 Central Indiana locations.
Chamber plans women leaders symposium
The Greater Greenwood Chamber has planned a Women Leaders Symposium for Oct. 4 with nationally recognized speakers Katie Douglas, Billie Dragoo and Jennifer Pope Baker as featured panelists. The event includes two panel discussions, a question-and-answer session, keynote luncheon and networking. The panels focus on how to effectively guide, motivate and interact across generations and how to motivate and mentor fellow co-workers and employees.
Douglas owns an Orangetheory Fitness Studio in Greenwood and will soon open a second location in downtown Indianapolis. She played on the Purdue University 1999 NCAA Championship team and played six seasons in the WNBA with the Indiana Fever.
Dragoo is the founder and CEO of RepuCare, a healthcare staffing, recruitment and outsourcing solution for government and employer healthcare programs and was one of 10 female entrepreneurial winners across the nation chosen to participate in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in 2009. Last year, she was one of 720 entrepreneurs throughout the world who was invited by the president to attend the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
Pope Baker is the executive director of Women’s Fund of Central Indiana and is recognized nationally for the NEXT initiative, which is an incubator created to attract the most talented, visionary leaders to Indianapolis to develop solutions to improve the lives of emerging adult women.
The discussions will be moderated by Carolyn Goerner, Ph.D., Indiana University Kelley School of Business clinical professor of management and entrepreneurship, co-director of the Kelley Women’s Initiative and founder and faculty director of a pre-college program, the Young Women’s Institute.
Franklin Elks Lodge noted in construction award
Products from a North Carolina company that were used in the renovation of the Franklin Elks Lodge have earned the company an award.
The honor was part of the Bricks In Architecture competition, which is sponsored by the Brick Industry Association, a brick industry trade group. Pine Hall Brick Company earned the award for two projects, including the Elks lodge work in the renovation/restoration category.
The Elks lodge renovation took place in a building that was formerly a G.C. Murphy’s Five and Dime store from 1958 until 1971, before the building went through a multitude of owners and uses for the next 41 years. The renovation, which used a design by Neil Dixon of LandsHope Studios, centered on a new façade of Pine Hall Brick face brick and limestone trim, coupled with an interior redesign, the company said.