Business briefs: Chambers to host parties, events


HANCOCK COUNTY – Local Chamber groups are planning Christmas get-togethers and events to promote business and networking.

Coming up for the Greenfield Area Chamber of Commerce is the annual Jingle Mingle event with food, music, a silent auction and networking. The event is 5:30-8 p.m. Dec. 8 at the Chamber building on the courthouse plaza. The Chamber is seeking donations for the silent auction. For information on joining the Chamber, visit, call 317-477-4188 or email [email protected].

The New Pal Chamber will host its Christmas dinner at 6 p.m. Dec. 6 and will sponsor the New Pal Chamber Christmas Walk Dec. 10. Vendor opportunities are available at town hall from 2-6 p.m. leading up to festivities at Winterfest at Depot Street; Chamber members can have vendor space for free. For questions and information, email [email protected].

RV dealer named to top 50 list

GREENFIELD – Mount Comfort RV at I-70 and Mount Comfort Road in Greenfield was named a top dealer for the 11th time.

RVBusiness recently released its list of 2022 Top 50 RV Dealers in North America awards. Dealers across the United States and Canada must first qualify for invitation to apply through nominations from RV manufacturers who believe they’re outstanding in their field. Then, nominees fill out a comprehensive application covering practices pertaining to consumers, staff, marketing, charitable endeavors and overall business procedures. An independent panel of industry experts then reviews the applications during an intensive closed-door session at the RV/MH Hall of Fame & Museum in Elkhart, known as the “RV capital of the world.”

The RVB Top 50 Awards honorees were publicly recognized on stage Nov. 9 at an all-industry reception held during the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association International Convention/Expo at Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

Healthy Community Awards nominations open

GREENFIELD – Nominations are open now for the Hancock Health Foundation’s annual Healthy Community Awards.

Each year the HHF recognizes a local organization and individual whose service efforts have created positive change in the health and wellness of local communities. The recipients will be notified and announced publicly before the end of the year.

The Bert Curry Health Community Award is named in honor of the foundation’s first executive director and recognizes an individual who has demonstrated a commitment to helping others and improving the health and wellness of the community. The Bobby Keen Healthy Community Award is named in honor of the former HR president and CEO, recognizing a hospital program or local organization.

Nominations are due Nov. 30. Contact Allyson Smith with questions or for a form, [email protected] or 317-468-4106. Nomination forms should be mailed to Hancock Health Foundation, 801 N. State St., Greenfield or emailed to [email protected].