Business Briefs – July 3


HATCH extends food bank egg program

GREENFIELD — HATCH, a partnership among Elanco, The Kroger Co. and Rose Acre Farms, provided more than 100,000 eggs to more than 8,000 families in Indiana during its 10-week pilot program.

Officials announced last week the program would continue through 2015.

The pilot program involved 65 central Indiana Kroger stores and provided one egg to a local food bank for each dozen Kroger brand medium eggs purchased from April 13 through June 20. The donated eggs were given to Gleaners Food Bank and Midwest Food Bank.

Eggs are an excellent source of protein and essential vitamins and minerals, making them especially important in the fight against hunger, officials said.

Elanco plans to build on the HATCH pilot program to develop similar initiatives that can bring food security to other locations across the country.

Chamber of Commerce golf tourney scheduled

GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce will play host to a golf tournament July 24 at Hawk’s Tail of Greenfield on Morristown Pike.

Hole, table and beverage cart sponsorships are available.

Registration costs are $300 for a foursome and $75 for an individual. Registration includes green fees, a goodie bag and two drink tickets for each participant.

A light breakfast begins at 7:40 a.m., and the golf outing begins at 8 a.m.

Lunch is included in registration fees and will begin about noon.

For more information, contact the chamber at 317-477-4188.

Conference center hosting open house

GREENFIELD — Adaggios Banquet Hall and Conference Center is hosting an open house Thursday.

Interested folks may take a tour of the facility, meet with vendors and try tastings from 6 to 8 p.m.

Adaggios is located at 5999 W. Memory Lane.

RSVP to Sheryl by calling 317-489-3333 or emailing