On the Web, Week of 10.9


FPD alerted of suspicious activity – Suspicious activity at a bus stop at the Sunlake Apartment Complex (126th Street and Ind.37) was reported to Hamilton Southeastern School officials on Oct.1 around 7 a.m. A white male driving a red car asked high school students there if they wanted a ride to school, and when the students passed, drove away, according to an FPD press release.

Future of Fishers meeting tomorrow – Head to the town hall auditorium for a Future of Fishers meeting. The informational event will run from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Five Fishers residents new students at EKU – Fishers natives Pedro Ramello, Bethany Jones, Riley Hill, Allison O’Neill and Kelsey Hagan are part of the 2,400-person freshman class at Eastern Kentucky University. Congratulations!

Faculty musicians perform at St.Vincent Safety Day – The Hamilton Southeastern Faculty String Quartet, consisting of violinists Katy Schemine (HSEHS), Ben Yoder (HSEJH), violist Amanda Cornet (FJH) and cellist Johanna Marvin (RJH), performed at the St.Vincent Safety Day. The quartet played contemporary pop and light classical music.

HSEHS students visit ER for biomedical class – Today, HSEHS students head to the emergency services department at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast for their “Biomedical Innovation” class. Students will eventually return to the facility to view emergency room operations and talk with professionals.


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