There’s a good deal to celebrate about Fishers these days, including two items in particular that, alternately, could enrich and already do enrich this great community. Consider, the town soon could have its own parks foundation. It very well could lead to parkland and green-space improvements, which only would add to the desirability of Fishers. Those sorts of amenities actually help attract business to town; prospects for Fishers residency typically look at everything the municipality has to offer, and enhanced parks certainly wouldn’t dissuade anyone from locating here. Our managing editor, Dan Domsic (email@example.com) will keep you apprised as information becomes available. … On the scholastic front, Fishers Junior High School is looking at making its FJHS International Fair an annual event. We would encourage that. The student population, in some form or fashion, represents 64 nations, including Afghanistan, Pakistan and South Korea. There is something of a global element, and the various facets of those cultures and traditions need to be celebrated on an annual basis. We hope that will be the case. … Construction season ensues, and this time we’re asking for your patience with the project at 126th Street and Cumberland Road, which will result in a partial intersection closure through the end of the month to begin the reconstruction of the south half of the intersection. During the first phase of reconstruction, Cumberland Road will be closed to through traffic between 126th Street and 121st Street. The north side of Cumberland Road at 126th will remain open, but will only allow travel east or west at 126th. Rest assured, 126th will not be closed during the road construction. For more information, please visit www.fishers.in.us/drivefishers.