By Melissa Hicks
Micheline Davis is a staff member of the Zion Nature Center and has been a resident of Zionsville for 17 years.
What is one of your favorite places to go in the community?
I like My Sugar Pie. I like the Friendly, the Friendly is just good. Everyone goes to the Friendly.
What has been your best vacation and why?
My most interesting vacation I would say be Japan. … I stayed in a traditional Japanese hotel down in Kyoto. That was really interesting. … Just everything about it was so, their ways, their mannerisms, they’re extremely polite. There was no crime, no crime at all. Zero. … I found a police station, I didn’t know it was a police station, it was just this really bizarre looking building and it was near the Tokyo zoo in downtown Tokyo. I asked somebody, ‘What is this building?’ and they said, ‘That’s the police department but it’s closed now, it closes at 7.’ … Favorite for food would be Italy or France.
Have you had a teacher who inspired you and how?
Yes I did. I had a science teacher, Mr. Rath, he brought out the scientist in me.
Do you have a pet? If not what kind would you want?
Three cats, one dog, and one horse.
What is one thing you would change about your community?
Why did you choose to move to or stay in this community?
I moved here because my husband runs Indycar teams. So for his career.
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