Steve and Michele Cambridge, aka Sonny and Cher. Many know Steve as the owner of Indy Shades.
David and Carrie Stucky, aka Mickey and Minnie Mouse, were all smiles. David is the “marketing guy” at the Chick-fil-A at 5240 E. Southport Road, which is giving away free kids meals to children (ages 10 and under) in costumes from 4:30-7 p.m. on Halloween.
My son, zombie Austin Smith, escorted his recent bride, Bethany Smith. Excellent artistry, kids.
SUBMITTED PHOTOS John Claeys designed and built the sign.
Eli Lilly and Co. employees landscaped around the sign.
A new gateway sign for the Old Southside Neighborhood Association was erected at Meridian and Morris streets during Eli Lilly and Co.’s Day of Service on Oct. 2. In addition, trees, shrubs and flowers were planted around the sign. The project was made possible through grant money from Downtown Indy Inc., Riley Area Development Corp. and donations from five businesses in the Stadium Village Business Association: Midwest Computer Accessories, N.K. Hurst, Vince Shimp, IWS Realty and JB Construction. The association said the endeavor would not have been possible without Lilly’s help and the generosity of the businesses.
Members of the Old Southside Neighborhood Association gathered around the new sign during their Oct. 8 meeting.