The Union, a co-working space at 136 N. Union St., added three new members this month: Current in Westfield, Bee Free and Rob Knight with WebLink International. For more about becoming a member, contact Curt Whitesell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Westfield Chamber of Commerce added 17 new members since June. Members include Verizon Wireless, Chiropractic Wellness Center, Titus Bakery, Indy Eleven, Commercial Links, Stacked Pickle Restaurant, Harmony Club, Hamilton County Voice, Diverse Staffing, Bragg Insurance, Hamilton County Chiropractic, Better Lifestyle Solutions, Bragg Insurance, Critical Achievement, Board & Brush, Fortune Management of Indiana and Second Banana Creative Solutions.
The Westfield Chamber of Commerce officially joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Federation Partnership. This provides chamber members with various benefits to businesses around the world. For more, visit uschamber.com.
Ball Systems Technologies, 16469 Southpark Dr., celebrated 50 years of business last month. For more, visit http://www.ballsystems.com/.
The Westfield City Council and the Westfield Advisory Plan Commission approved a canopy for Crew Carwash, Freddy’s Frozen Custard, Primrose School expansion and more. For more, visit westfield.in.gov.
Broccoli Bill’s, 15009 N. Gray Rd., Noblesville, is expanding its location and menu. The Gray Road Market by Broccoli Bill’s is doubling in size to 7,000 square feet. Caplinger’s Fresh Catch & Cuts and Natural Born Juicers will offer unique seafood, meats, juices and smoothies.
Open Doors held a groundbreaking ceremony July 30 at its new location adjacent to Monon Trail Elementary School. The new, 5,000-square-foot facility will allow for more storage, and it cost approximately $310,000, most of which was raised through donations.
Ribbon cuttings: The Stacked Pickle, 17471 Wheeler Rd., Suite 116, held a ribbon cutting July 27 and is open for business. OrthoIndy, 17471 Wheeler Rd., Suite 112, held a ribbon cutting July 11 and is now open for business.
Titus Bakery, 17471 Wheeler Rd., Suite 110, is now open for business. Its first day of business was July 22. Titus Bakery added the location in Westfield, and still bakes and operates out of its Lebanon location as well.
The Westfield City Market features many local businesses such as Bloom, The Rail Epicurean, Which Wich and more. It is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays at the lawn adjacent to Westfield City Hall, 130 Penn St.
You Move Me expanded from the Union co-working space at 136 N. Union St. to form its own location at 1030 Westfield Park Rd. Keith Moore, franchise owner, plans to still use the Union’s features. This is the Union’s first success story. You Move Me assists with local moves. For more, visit youarecurrent.com.
The United States Postal Service, during its 2016 Stamp Out Hunger campaign, collected 96,865 pounds of food from Hamilton County communities, up nearly 7,000 pounds from the year prior.