Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

NOV-DEC 2016

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3 Photography by Amy Rose 1) Needham Hurst, Rick Hurst, Ben Hurst, Mary Lou Hurst 2) Doug Rubenstein, Anne Scheele, Neal Roach, Karen Scanlon, Michael Turner 3) Sesie Kunz, Lilly Smith, Caroline Goodman 4) Meg Coyle, David and Julie Eskenazi 5) Marsha Zingale, Logan Wechter, Jan Wechter 6) Allie Kast, Kendra omas, Mark Carter, Hannah Harper, Sam Morrison 7) Hilary Salatich, Chris Turner, Wendy Neal, Tricia Lautenbach, Pat Jacobi 8) Christy Scofield, Erika Roach 9) Andy and Lorna Mohr, Marianne Tobias 10) Sesie Kunz, Clay Robbins, Lisa Hurst, Tom Fansler III, Tom Fansler IV, Ken Remenschneider 11) Michael Turner, Cindy and Dave Lucas 12) Mark Carter, Colleen Fanning 13) Lisa Hurst, Joe Hoggsett, Rod Mail 2 5 6 3 1 7 6 2 4 5 8 ROCK THE RUINS: DEDICATION & CELEBRATION Holliday Park's revitalized Ruins opened with a Sept. 17 public event. A five-year $3.2 million Friends of Holliday Park campaign enabled this iconic space to reopen after decades of protective fences prevented public interaction. Over 3,000 people celebrated e Ruins revival with music by Toy Factory, food trucks, beverage stations and kids activities. Mayor Joe Hogsett and Linda Broadfoot, executive director of IndyParks, kicked off the dedication as visitors danced and children splashed in the shimmer fountain and water table. More than 1,100 individuals and foundations contributed to the campaign, which not only renewed e Ruins and Habitat Hall, but also included a $500,000 endowment to maintain this project in perpetuity. 9 11 12 13 10 122

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