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Chamber to host breakfast with Sen. Coats The Fishers Chamber of Commerce will host a breakfast with Indiana Sen. Dan Coats next Tuesday from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the FORUM Conference Center, 11601 Municipal Dr. Reservations are required and may be made through the Fishers Chamber Web site at www.fisherschamber.com, or by phone at 578-0700.

HSE students earn National Scholastic honors – Hamilton Southeastern High School senior Josh Query was recently announced as a young artist award winner in the 2012 National Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. On June 1, Josh will receive “The American Visions and Voices Medal” at the National Scholastic Awards Ceremony on the stage of Carnegie Hall in New York City. An esteemed panel of jurors selected a sculpture Josh created in teacher Bob Gabbert’s Advanced Placement 3-D design class to be among 300 works of art from around the nation for a two-year exhibition in galleries throughout New York City. Other student works earning recognition in the competition are a Gold Key for a short story by Fishers High School junior Nick Vare, and a Silver Key for a print made by Jake Adam while a student at HSE Junior High.

United Way to honor local businesses – United Way of Central Indiana will honor local individuals and companies that give, advocate and volunteer to improve the community at the organization’s annual meeting today at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis. Among those local businesses to be honored for their contributions are: Indiana University Health, Allison Transmission, Inc., UAW Local No. 933, Roche Diagnostics Corporation, St.Vincent Health, Community Health Network and CNO Financial Group. For more information, visit www.uwci.org.

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Know before you vote – The Tea Party of Hamilton County is hosting a High School Voter Education Night from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. May 2 at Noblesville High School, 18111 Cumberland Rd. The event will give high school students an opportunity to meet and greet all candidates running for office in Hamilton County. The TPHC sees this as an opportunity as part of its mission statement to educate the public about its candidates. Additional education nights will be held May 1 at Carmel High School and May 3 at Westfield High School.

Northlake Village apartments for sale – The 348-unit Northlake Village apartments in Noblesville, near Ind. 37 and 186th Street, has been put up for sale through CBRE real estate firm. Offers for the property must be made by April 20.

African choir The Kuyasa Kids Choir is Horizon International’s acclaimed choir and dance team from South Africa. Horizon International is a Christian nonprofit whose mission is to create a world of hope for HIV/AIDS orphans. The choir is comprised of 18 African youth, many of whom have been orphaned themselves. The primary purpose of their annual trip to America is to raise awareness of the plight of infants, children and youth who have been orphaned as a result of this dreadful disease. The choir will be performing at White River Christian Church, 1685 N. 10th St., Noblesville, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.

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Candidates to meet before May 8

The Constitutional Patriots and the Hamilton County Patriots are combining efforts to introduce the conservative movement to several local candidates prior to the May 8 primary.

Four candidates have agreed to meet and discuss their backgrounds, goals and information about themselves.

Candidates will also answer questions about their hopes for Hamilton County and Indiana.

WWS teachers awarded fellowships

Two Westfield Washington Schools educators were among 120 educators, principals, guidance counselors and school librarians awarded Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity Fellowships.

Elementary teachers Linda Benson and Darcy Kelly will travel the globe as part of their grants.

Benson, Monon Trail Elementary School, will travel to Germany to learn about storytelling traditions and produce a fairy tale picture book.

Darcy Kelly, Shamrock Springs Elementary School, will participate in sea turtle conservation and research turtles. The adventure will expose Kelly to Costa Rican culture, rainforests, volcanoes and cloud forests.

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