Business Briefs – December 4

Free computer training scheduled

GREENFIELD — WorkOne Greenfield, a local organization that aims to connect job seekers with careers, is conducting a free computer training event.

An event from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday will train participants in using Microsoft PowerPoint.

Space is limited, and individuals should call 317-462-7711 to reserve a seat. The event will be conducted at the WorkOne office in Greenfield, 836 S. State St.

Local theater to conduct classic Christmas movie showings

GREENFIELD — The H.J. Ricks Centre for the Arts will show three Christmas movies during December.

The theater, 122 W. Main St., will show “A Christmas Story” at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dec. 5, “Elf” at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 12, and “White Christmas” at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20.

Tickets to each movie cost $4. The series is sponsored by Greenfield Main Street and several local businesses.

For information, call 317-358-5284.

Accounting company to open local facility for tax season

GREENFIELD — Debits n’ Credits Accounting and Tax Services will open a Greenfield office in January at 2700 W. Main St, Suite 140, to help residents with tax filings.

Hours of operation have not been determined, but the office will be open Monday through Saturday beginning in February.

Appointments and walk-ins are accepted.

For information, call 317-467-1017.

Company selected as Member of Month

GREENFIELD — The Creative Arts and Event Center was selected as Greenfield Main Street’s Member of the Month for December.

The historic facility, 2 W. Main St., opened in 1896. It was a lodge hall and later served as an annex to the Hancock County Courthouse, before the current annex was built on American Legion Place. Today 2 W. Main houses an art gallery on the first floor and artist studios on the second floor.

The building’s current owners, Bob and Beverly Hunt, refurbished the third floor, which now serves as a banquet and wedding center, in 2009.

The Hunts, who have owned the building since 2008, received the award from Greenfield Main Street for their efforts to preserve the structure and make it available to the public.

Greenfield Main Street recognizes local business owners each month with its award. For more information about becoming a Greenfield Main Street member, call 317-586-8166.

Hancock Regional Hospital hires new physicians

GREENFIELD — Hancock Regional Hospital, 801 N. State St., has hired three new doctors.

Anjan Kaushik, who specializes in hand, arm and leg surgery, joins the hospital’s orthopedics team.

Molly Strong, who specializes in women’s health, postpartum depression and breastfeeding, has joined the hospital’s physician network.

Manuel Lozano, a general surgeon, also joins the hospital’s physician network.

For more information about the doctors or Hancock Regional Hospital, visit or