Business briefs: Dental office building a bigger space

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Dentists’s building offers bigger space

McCORDSVILLE — McCordsville Family Dentistry, currently located in McCordsville Corner Shoppes east of Mt. Comfort Road and south of County Road 750N, is building its own office a short distance north.

The business has enlisted Noblesville-based Revel & Underwood to develop the two-story, 2,907-square-foot building in the craftsman style with a pitched roof and brick exterior.

The dental office has been in McCordsville Corner Shoppes, which Revel & Underwood also developed, since 2008.

Greenfield bank offering shred days

HANCOCK COUNTY — Greenfield Banking Company is offering two more community shred days this year.

The bank will offer free, on-site shredding from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 18, at its New Palestine office, located at 5783 W. U.S. 52; and Saturday, Oct. 9 at the main office, located at 1920 N. State St., Greenfield.

Participants are asked to bring paper products only and limit shredding materials to a maximum of three tall (13-gallon) kitchen trash bags. Shredding is provided by All Shred Services.

Registration open for chamber luncheon

GREENFIELD — Registration is open for the Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce membership luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5 at NineStar Connect, 2243 E. Main St., Greenfield.

An update will be delivered on the Stellar Communities Program, which is funding a variety of projects throughout Hancock County.

Register at greenfieldcc.org.

Foundation raises more than $36,000

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Members Foundation, the charitable arm of Indiana Members Credit Union, raised over $36,000 at its annual golf outing at Valle Vista Golf Course in Greenwood earlier this summer.

The foundation supports children in Indianapolis and surrounding communities through scholarship and grant programs. In addition, the foundation will donate 5,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to back-to-school drives and nonprofit organizations that help under-served children.

Nearly 130 golfers attended the sold-out event.