Tapping Into Creativity: How Wendell Lowe Connects with the World Through Art

Wendell Lowe knew from an early age that he wanted to be an artist. “In the 7th grade, my teacher would use my work as an example of how to do what she wanted them to do,” Lowe said. At the advice of his father, Lowe went to college for graphic design. “My father wanted…

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Wendell Lowe smiles from behind his desk at his new studio in the CCIC on the near East side of Indianapolis

The Hammer & The Hatchet to Release Their Third Album on Vinyl This Spring: Road May Flood

John Bowyer and Jayme Hood have been playing a mix of Bluegrass and Midwestern-Roots inspired music since mid-2014. John was in a group, the Punkin Holler Boys, and had been playing in the Brown County area. One night, they double-booked a gig in Irvington, and Jayme joined John, for the 1st time, appearing as The…

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John Bowyer and Jayme Hood of The Hammer & The Hatchet sit together on a couch at Strange Brew Coffee in Greenwood, Indiana in February of 2020

Over A Century of Service – How Rotary Serves Hoosier Communities

It’s been over 100 years since the first Rotary Club was chartered in Indiana. In fact, Indiana is home to some of Rotary’s oldest clubs. Rotary’s strong commitment to serving others in the community has made a meaningful impact on the lives of Hoosiers. These examples are only beginning to scratch the surface.

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