Zionsville business and civic leader receives honor at Palladium


Longtime business and civic leader Rollie Dick, a Zionsville resident, was honored May 16 at the Palladium in the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel during a ribbon cutting for the venue’s newly renovated Founders Club hospitality space.

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Rollie Dick speaks at ceremony in renovated Founders Club space by his new portrait. (Photo by Bill Crawford/Harbor Pictures Co.)

Dick and his wife, Cheri, contributed to the project. Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard was in attendance and Center for the Performing Arts Artistic Director Michael Feinstein performed briefly for the couple. Center President/CEO Jeffrey McDermott and Great American Songbook Foundation Executive Director Christopher Lewis unveiled a portrait of Rollie Dick commissioned from artist Pamela Bliss to hang in the space.

Michael Feinstein performs for Rollie and Cheri Dick (Photo by Bill Crawford/Harbor Pictures Co.)

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