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Brynnley Niederhaus, 6, died in 2021, having a rare inoperable brain tumor. A benefit golf outing is coming up this summer in her memory.

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Benefit golf outing in memory of Brynnley

GREENFIELD – Brynnley’s Battle Golf Outing is coming up in August, benefiting the Live Like B Foundation.

The event is at 1 p.m. Aug. 18 at Arrowhead Golf Course, 3974 Club House Drive, Greenfield. Registration is open now through Aug. 10. Sponsorships are also available.

Brynnley, age 6, died in 2021 having had a rare, inoperable cancerous brain tumor. The LiveLikeB Foundation was established in January 2022 by her parents Scott and Kristyn Niederhaus in honor of Brynnley to spread awareness for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma and childhood cancer. Cancer and cancer treatments can put patients at risk for low blood cell and platelet counts; blood and platelet transfusions can enable patients to receive critical treatments needed to fight and survive cancer.

Learn more or register at or on Facebook @BrynnleysGolf.

McCordsville seeks vendors for market

MCCORDSVILLE – The town of McCordsville is looking for small businesses, crafters, farmers, artisans, food vendors and acoustical musicians to participate in Market in McCordsville.

The events will be one Sunday afternoon from May through October at Town Hall Park, 6280 W. 800N., McCordsville. Vendors do not have to commit to participate at every event.

For more information or to apply, email Niki Jones, [email protected] or call 317-335-5113.

Volunteers needed for nature event Saturday

GREENFIELD – A weed wrangle is coming up at Thornwood Nature Preserve, and volunteers are needed to rid the park of garlic mustard.

The event is at 1 p.m. April 27 at 1606 S. Morristown Pike, Greenfield. It’s organized by the Hancock County Master Gardener Association and the Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation District.

Bring gloves and dress for the weather. While pulling the invasives, participants will recognize the native plants springing up as they bloom in their habitat. Elaine Whitfield, a master gardener; and Jenni Leary, master naturalist, will lead a wildflower identification walk to see the full spectrum of the spring flowers in bloom.

The mission is to increase knowledge and awareness about the threat that invasive plant species have on the environment. For more, call Hancock County Purdue Extension at 317-462-1113.

Food pantry to offer lunch, groceries

GREENFIELD – Enjoy a meal and free grocery pickup at Wellspring Food Pantry this week.

The pantry, located at Brandywine Community Church, is open for lunch at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 24. Food pantry pickup is from 1:30-3 p.m. New this month, receive a recipe bag with everything needed for dinner.

Lunch is served in the atrium of the church every second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 1551 E. New Road, Greenfield. Grocery pickup is drive-through style at the barn adjacent to the church. For questions, call 317-462-2015.