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  • August Member Luncheon:           State of Health

    Join the Noblesville Chamber and Riverview Health at our August Member Luncheon on Wednesday, August 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Riverview Health CEO Seth Warren will report on the State of Health in Hamilton County. Don't miss this annual, informative, and important event held at Purgatory Golf Club. Register now!

  • It’s hard to believe that anti-Semitic resentment against Jews could exist in Hamilton County today – the top-ranked county in Indiana for household income, educational attainment and population growth. Yet the vandalism of Congregation Shaarey Tefilla in Carmel with Nazi symbols is proof that such hatred exists – and the time has come to recognize this type of crime for what it is.

    It was a hate crime, which the Federal Bureau of Investigations defines as a “criminal offense against a person or property motivated in whole or in part by an offender’s bias against a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or gender identity.”

    Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident. We have witnessed other disgusting acts of anti-Semitism, racism and bigotry elsewhere in Hamilton County. Earlier in 2018, a video shared on social media showed a Noblesville teenager wearing a Nazi flag draped over his shoulders as he shouted racial and ethnic slurs in Forest Park.

    While technically not a crime, that incident led to the creation of the Noblesville Diversity Committee whose mission is to create a culture that understands, accepts, celebrates and respects our diversity. From hosting racial dialogues to creating cultural connections, we promote efforts that celebrate the differences that make Noblesville the vibrant community that it is.

    There is no disputing that what happened at Congregation Shaarey Tefilla qualifies as a hate crime. We join with our neighbors in Hamilton County, fellow Hoosiers across the state, and Governor Eric Holcomb, who are calling upon the Indiana General Assembly to support the passage of effective hate crime legislation in 2019.

    We ask you to make your voice heard if you feel the same, and share this letter on your Facebook page.

    Passing such a bill into law will send a clear message that Hoosiers will not stand by and tolerate cowardly acts of violence and intimidation. Instead, through appropriate application of the law, our actions in response to a hate crime can speak for us, silencing the intimidators who try to divide us while inspiring others to celebrate the differences that make ours a stronger community.

    Sincerely,

    Noblesville Diversity Committee

    Connie Blanford, Noblesville Citizen
    Steve Cooke, Deputy Mayor, City of Noblesville
    Christi Crosser, Board Chair, Noblesville Chamber
    Laura Denis, Director of Student Services, Noblesville Schools
    Rev. Teri L. Ditslear, ECLA, Roots of Life Community
    Bob DuBois, President, Noblesville Chamber
    Bryan Glover, Co-owner, Mr. G’s Liquors
    Jennifer Harris, Noblesville Citizen
    Rev. Aaron Hobbs, Pastor, Noblesville First United Methodist Church
    Brandi C. Holmes, Noblesville Citizen
    Cal Kadourah, Noblesville Citizen
    Kevin Kalstad, President, Noblesville School Board
    Michele Leach, Noblesville Citizen
    Dr. Beth Niedermeyer, Superintendent, Noblesville Schools
    Janina Pettiford, Manager, Love’s Hangover Creations
    Rev. Patrick Propst, Senior Pastor, Faith Community Church
    Dana Randall, Noblesville Citizen
    Lisa Sobek, Noblesville Citizen
    Rev. Mallory H. Tarrance, Pastor, Bethel A.M.E. Church
    Becky Terry, Executive Director, Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville
    Dwayne Thompson, Noblesville Citizen
    Jennifer Townsend, Director of Learning, Noblesville Schools
    Emily Awour Wasonga, Owner, Love’s Hangover Creations

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    Register now for our third annual

    Birdies and Brews

    WHAT A fun day of golf, Indiana craft beer, and networking

    WHEN September 13, 2018check-in begins at 10:30 a.m.

    WHERE Purgatory Golf Club at 12160 E. 216th Street — the #1 golf course in Indiana

    WHY Proceeds from this event will go to the Noblesville Chamber, a not-for-profit organization that supports the local community, area businesses, and the county economy.

    Register for this event now online at noblesvillechamber.com or sponsor the event by calling the Chamber  at (317) 773-0086 or emailing Mary Noble at mary@noblesvillechamber.com

     

     

     

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