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Tell us about your recent retirement

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Leaders will address community issues

Mayor Chuck Fewell and other community leaders will share their insights during a State of the Community luncheon next week sponsored by the Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

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The luncheon will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at the conference center at NineStar Connect, 2243 E. Main St., Greenfield.

Speakers will include Mayor Chuck Fewell; Harold Olin, superintendent of Greenfield-Central schools; Jamie Bell, chairman of the board of the chamber; Hancock Health CEO Steve Long; Randy Sorrell, director of the Hancock Economic Development Council; and Bill Bolander, president of the Hancock County Council.

Reservations, which are $15, can be made by visiting the chamber website, www.greenfieldcc.org. Go to the “News and Events” tab at the top and select the Jan. 8 luncheon. Follow instructions to make a reservation.

Company collects items for soup kitchen

Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling of Greenfield recently completed a successful food drive. With the help of customers, the Greenfield branch donated a total of 6,159 non-perishable food items. All items were given to the Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen.

Steve Line, owner of Summers in Greenfield, matched the donation item by item.

This was the 10th year for the company’s holiday food drive. All Summers locations throughout Indiana and Ohio donated more 98,000 canned goods to their local food pantries.