Bargersville barber accepting customers
Bargersville barber Cindy Sue LaGrange has joined the stylists at Pam’s Parlor Inc., 48 E. Harriman Ave.
She is taking walk-ins and appointments at the shop. The salon serves both men and women.
Reach LaGrange at 422-8008 or 422-8150.
Real estate agent joins Greenwood company
Anna Morken-Mullin is the most recent associate to join Realty World-Harbert Co.
Morken-Mullin has been a licensed real estate agent since 2007. She worked for five years investigating mortgage fraud and related housing crimes and for nearly 20 years court reporting in Marion County.
She can be reached at 885-8858 or 292-2374.
The office is at 450 S. State Road 135, Suite B, Greenwood.
Agent joins Greenwood real estate office staff
Aaron Phelps is the newest F.C. Tucker agent in Greenwood.
He works in the south office at 705 S. State Road 135, Greenwood.
Bar association cites Bargersville resident
Bargersville resident Carissa Long received two Luminary Awards for her public relations efforts for the Indiana State Bar Association at the National Association of Bar Executive annual communications workshop in Denver.
Long won in the excellence in public relations category for her work in publicizing the bar association’s “Why Lincoln Was a Lawyer” statewide outreach program for children in kindergarten through eight grade. She also won in the excellence in marketing category for her social media marketing campaign for the 2012 Solo & Small Firm Conference.
Long, a former resident of Morgantown, is the director of public relations and social media at the bar association, where she also serves as liaison to its young lawyers section and public relations committee.
She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science from Franklin College in 2006.
Businesses honored for community activities
Indiana Members Foundation awarded Enterprise Car Sales and Ivan Ekhaus Insurance Agency with the 2012 Business Partner Award this month at the Indiana Members Credit Union Employee Seminar.
The recognition is given to businesses for their contributions to the 2012 Indiana Members Foundation community projects.
Enterprise Car Sales provided a $2,500 grant, which purchased school supplies for the Indiana Members Foundation school supply drive. The company also donated employee volunteer hours at foundation events and gave $1,000 in sponsorship money.
Ivan Ekhaus Insurance Agency donated more than $3,500 to the Indiana Members Foundation and donated employee volunteer hours throughout the year.
Fall festival today at southside cancer center
The Franciscan St. Francis Health Cancer Center Fall Festival 2012 is set for today.
The festival will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 8111 S. Emerson Ave.
Staff will offer tours of the facility and explain the programs and services the cancer center.
Also at the festival, families can receive one pumpkin while supplies last. Kids can get free face painting from 10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m.; see a magic show at 1 p.m.; and participate in a costume contest with prizes from 11 a.m. to noon.
Refreshments will be provided by Not Just Popcorn, Apple Works and Mallow Run Winery.
Credit union workers don pink, jeans for charity
Indiana Members Credit Union has celebrated National Breast Cancer Awareness Month throughout October.
CEO Ron Collier challenged employees to show their support for this cause by donating $5 to wear pink and jeans to work on Oct. 5. As a result, 105 employees rose to the challenge, and the credit union is donating $525 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Financial group honored for community service
Indiana Members Credit Union won first place for the 2012 Louise Herring Philosophy in Action Award for credit unions in the state of Indiana.
The credit union won first place in the $1 billion-plus assets category for the state.
The credit union’s entry portrayed its “People Helping People” philosophy by detailing the success of their campaign, Project 44, in which the credit union provided school uniforms for 525 students at Indianapolis Public School 44, in partnership with Samaritan’s Feet.
The project will advance to the national competition, where it will compete with other projects from credit unions in the same asset category nationwide.