Author visits library to sign books
The November Teen Trivia prize basket received close looks from Zionsville residents Zach Rude (left) and Elizabeth Jolly as they waited to get their copy of “The Adoration of Jenna Fox,” signed by author Mary Pearson.
Students give back
Several clubs at Zionsville Community High School sponsoring the annual 12 Days of Giving are giving back to organizations.
Build a bot
The Eagle Elementary third-and-fourth grade Robotics Club participated in the Purdue University FIRST LEGO League Qualifying Tournament.
Local student takes lead role in ballet
A Zionsville resident has landed one of the leading roles in an upcoming performance of The Nutcracker.
Zionsville resident Kalyn Sankey will be performing one of the lead roles as the Sugar Plum Fairy. Sankey is a senior at Zionsville Community High School and will be graduating in June with an honors diploma.
Maplelawn receives grants from questers
Maplelawn Farmstead recently received grants from three questers groups.
These gifts were the result of the efforts of two local Questers groups – the Mattsville Pike Questers, located in Zionsville, and the Conner’s Trail Questers, located in Carmel. These two chapters joined forces to apply for a $1,000 grant from the Indiana state Questers organization. An additional $900 was raised through a style show hosted by the two chapters.
Lieutenant posts OK’d
The Zionsville Board of Police Commissioners unanimously approved the creation of two lieutenant positions during its meeting Monday morning, Nov. 26.
Zionsville Police Chief Rob Knox told the commissioners the department needed more middle-level managers.
“With the department growing, I believe that it is warranted,” he said. “I intend to have one in the day and one at night. It can always be expanded as it evolves.”
Knox will promote two sergeants to lieutenant in January.
- Community calendar for Nov. 28
- ZCS calendar for Nov. 28
Eagle places fourth in Spell Bowl
The Eagle Elementary fourth grade Spell Bowl team placed fourth in the Indiana Academic Spell Bowl, Elementary Division. Ten other schools from around the area competed in their grade level groups where the words are written instead of spoken. Pictured are: (back row) Dylan Woodrum, Campian Roberts, Ben Jones, Andrew Paul, Hunter Burton; (middle row) Coach Shirley Lemons, Sterling McKenzie, Madison Barrientos, Sophie Brown, Abby Pickell, Morgan Westbrooks, and (front row) Paige Zvokel, Kate Sifferlen, Grace Kitchell, Lilly Yott and Alaine Provan.
ZCHS Performing Arts Department to present their annual Holiday Concert
The Chamber Choir practices one of their holiday songs for the annual holiday concert. The concert, a production of the ZCHS Performing Arts Department, will take place Thursday, November 29th and Friday, Nov. 30, at the Performing Arts Center. All choral, band and orchestra groups will be part of the production and the program ends in an amazing finale with all the students taking part. Tickets are festival seating and are $5 each or $15 for a family (three or more). Tickets will be sold each night beginning at 6 p.m. PAC doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
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