Business briefs – October 21

Franciscan Heath adds news doctor

A southside hospital has a new doctor.

Sean P. Calloway has joined Franciscan Physician Network Orthopedic Specialists.

Calloway completed his orthopedic sports medicine fellowship in Santa Monica, California with the Kerlan-Jobe Institute.

He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Notre Dame, where he double majored in pre-professional studies and anthropology and graduated with honors. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his orthopedic surgery residency training at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center-Campbell Clinic.

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Yoga studio celebrates grand opening

A yoga studio is celebrating its grand opening in Franklin today.

Peace through Yoga’s fourth studio in Franklin, 229 S. Main St. will have free sample classes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. culminating in a one-hour All Levels Community Class at 6 p.m., followed by a ribbon cutting.

Drawings will be done throughout the day for prizes from the studio and neighboring merchants. Refreshments from Richard’s Brick Oven Pizza, Suzy’s Tea House and Bakery and others will be served. Local merchants and vendors will showcase their merchandise.

Class registration is recommended at www.peacethroughyoga.com.

Credit union donates to walk

Members of an Indianapolis credit union made a donation to help an association that deals with a disease of the brain.

Harvester Financial Credit Union was able to make a donation for more than $1,600 to the Hydrocephalus Association.

Hydrocephalus affects more than 1 million people in the country and is defined by abnormal collection of fluid on the brain.

Credit union wins awards

An Indianapolis credit union has won statewide awards.

Financial Center First Credit Union received four first place awards in the $250 million to $1 billion asset category for its financial education, product development and philanthropic efforts for the Indiana results of the Credit Union National Association.

First place honors included: the Alphonse Desjardins Awards for Youth and Adult Financial Literacy in which the credit union won for reaching over 4,800 youth and adults with financial education in 2016, the Dora Maxwell Award for Social Responsibility which recognized the financial center for helping feed over 190,000 people in partnership with Fox 59’s Pack the Pantries spring fundraiser, and the Louise Herring Award for Philosophy in Action which recognized its unique International Advisory Council.

All four entries will move on to national competition.

Apartments in Trafalgar sold

An apartment complex in Trafalgar has been sold.

Trafalgar Pointe Apartments, a 32-unit apartment property, was sold for $2.2 million.

David Orton, an investment specialist in Marcus & Millichap’s Indianapolis office, had the exclusive listing to market the property on behalf of the seller, a private investor. The buyer, a private investor, was secured and represented by David Orton.