Johnson County business news: Feb. 3

Bank gives back to Center Grove

Indiana Members Credit Union recently presented a check for $1,961 to Center Grove High School as part of an ongoing school spirit debit card program.

The partnership allows Center Grove fans the opportunity to show their school spirit and support the athletic program by signing up for a Center Grove Trojans-themed debit card. Every time the card is used as a signature-based transaction, Center Grove Athletics benefits.

The card is available to members at the Indiana Members Credit Union Center Grove Branch, 1604 S. State Road 135, as well as Indiana Members Credit Union’s other 30 locations.

The Indiana Members Credit Union Center Grove Trojans debit card is free to members with a checking account and can be issued immediately.

Realty company welcomes new agent

Judy Hoeping and Adrian Pearce of Tomorrow Realty, welcome Tosha Storm Matthews. Tosha has moved here from Texas and is happy to be back home. She is a 1994 graduate of Center Grove High School.

Tosha is a real estate agent and is available to assist with all home buying, selling or building needs.

For more information call 317-650-7260 or email [email protected].

Franciscan Health named best hospital

Franciscan Health Indianapolis has been named one of America’s 250 Best Hospitals for 2024, according to new research released by Healthgrades, the leading resource consumers use to find a hospital or doctor.

In addition, Franciscan Health Indianapolis has been awarded four No. 1 awards for 2024.

  • No. 1 in Indiana for Cardiology
  • No. 1 in Indiana for Critical Care
  • No. 1 in Indiana for Pulmonary Care
  • No. 1 in Indiana for Stroke Care

Visit to learn more about how Healthgrades measures hospital quality and access a patient-friendly overview of how they rate and why hospital quality matters.

Give back with McDonald’s

Starting Feb. 5, fans of the Shamrock Shake and OREO Shamrock McFlurry will be able to support Indiana Ronald McDonald House Charities with each purchase.

McDonald’s restaurants in Indiana are once again donating 25 cents from every Shamrock Shake sold from Feb. 5 to March 18 to Ronald McDonald House Charities across the state. In 2023, Indiana McDonald’s customers helped raise nearly $84,000 for the charity.

Ronald McDonald Houses provide care, comfort and support to families, allowing them to heal together while their child receives medical care. Included in these efforts are the Ronald McDonald Houses which provide families a place to stay while their child receives care at a nearby medical facility.

The treats will be available at McDonald’s restaurants nationwide for a limited time, while supplies last.