Greenwood Seeks Multiple Builders for Master Redevelopment Plan
Bids are being solicited for redevelopment of the former Greenwood Middle School property, and builders are already expressing a keen interest in the 19-acre site. In mid-August, Greenwood Mayor W. Mark Myers issued the Master Redevelopment Plan, which lists five parcels of land and how they would be developed.
“This exciting redevelopment plan will benefit provide an even broader selection of housing options with a focus on downtown connectivity and walkability." - Chamber President and CEO Christian Maslowski
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When business people are united, educated, and equipped with excellent relationships and resources, they can realize their full potential. From its inception in 2006, we have placed attention on our Women Leaders. We strive to support and encourage women leaders in our community and state.
During this professional development event for women leaders, Julie Kratz with Pivot Point will be presenting and you will learn how to Bolster Your Authentic Confidence. Know Your Sources of Confidence. Build Strategies to Surround Yourself with Sources of Confidence. Reflect on Challengers and Proactively Engage with Them. While the focus of this event is on our women leaders, men are also welcome to attend!
Financial Center First Credit Union Sponsors Gr8 Paper Push
Financial Center First Credit Union partnered with Wish TV for Gr8 Paper Push, a fundraiser and school supplies drive. All donations and school supplies benefitted Teachers’ Treasures, an organization dedicated to providing local teachers with school supplies to help students who are unable to afford needed classroom necessities.
Indiana Members Credit Union Contributes $3,040 to Community Health Network Foundation
Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) recently presented a check for $3,040 to Community Health Network Foundation as part of an ongoing debit card give back program. The partnership allows members to show their support of the independent nonprofit hospital system by signing up for and using a Community Health Network debit card.