Connectors

 Professionals from all industries represent Hamilton County and the vast opportunities that exist for leadership impact and growth. In partnership with the Hamilton County Leadership Academy, we highlight community members living, working and engaging in Hamilton County.  If you want to learn more about the community, reach out to one of our Hamilton Connectors with your questions – anything from where they volunteer in Hamilton County to where they like to hang out on the weekends – make a Connection today! Visit the  Hamilton County Leadership Academy website to learn about Hamilton County’s community leadership program .

Ali Alvey – HCLA Class of 2023

Lives In: Noblesville
Profession: Business Development, Beaver Gravel + Real Estate Broker, TKW

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Construction, Real Estate

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Cost of Living
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
I have the privilege of being a native of Hamilton County, where the spirit of community runs deep! Following my graduation from Butler University in 2019, I embarked on a brief adventure in Chicago. Yet, amidst the hustle and bustle of the Windy City, I found myself yearning for the familiar comforts of home: the warm embrace of family, the laughter of friends, and the unparalleled charm of Hamilton County’s amenities and restaurants. Upon my return to Hamilton County, I had the pleasure of immersing myself in my family’s fifth-generation aggregates business. Working alongside my father, I discovered a profound connection to our heritage and a deep-rooted passion for the local community. Additionally, I found joy in assisting homeowners navigate the vibrant real estate market, facilitating their dreams within the very county that holds my heart.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Exploring the local shops and eateries in Hamilton County is one of my favorite go-to pastimes. From hidden gem boutiques to cozy cafes, each city offers its own distinct charm and flavors, making every outing a delightful discovery!

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Attending the Miller Palooza fundraiser is a highlight I never miss! As a proud board member of the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation, I relish in the evening dedicated to raising funds for our school system. It’s an event with live music, food and beverages, lively auctions, and captivating entertainment, all while surrounded by community members united in pride for our schools!

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
I find immense fulfillment in serving on various community boards-it’s a meaningful way to reinvest in our community while forging bonds with remarkable individuals who eventually feel like family. Additionally, I enjoy discovering new events and activities that unfold throughout the year, constantly seeking fresh experiences within our vibrant community.

Andrew Bradford – HCLA Class of 2019

Lives In: Carmel
Profession: Vice President, Chief Advancement Officer – Conner Prairie, A Smithsonian Affiliate Museum

Additional Information
In which industry do you work?
Non-Profit leadership

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Arts/Culture/Music
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Cost of Living
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
Moving from Chicago in 2016, we were most attracted to the parks, schools, and rapid development of public arts and culture activities.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
We participate in many of the family engagement opportunities at places like Conner Prairie, the Center for the Performing Arts, the Carmel Monon trail, the Nickle Plate Express. We also appreciate the opportunity to connect with neighbors and friends throughout the county. Our food scene is developing, but I’ll say that most our foodie activities take place in Marion County.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Summers at the parks, fall at the festivals, winter at the light shows and spring at the theatre

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Arts, Culture and Humanities opportunities
Public Park Engagement
Local community festivals and fairs
Photography
Recreation, primarily biking and walking
Local libraries

Drew Braley – HCLA Class of 2019

Lives In: Fishers                                               Read My Blog from December 2023
Profession: Principal and Director of Landscape Architecture, Browning Day

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Architecture/Engineering

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Arts/Culture/Music
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Cost of Living
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
When moving to Indiana and about to start a family, the school system played a large role in our decision to move here, and then buy a house about a year later. Since moving here, the changes and growth we have seen have been impressive and overall encouraging and beneficial. Especially within Fishers, the growth of a distinct food and entertainment scene over the last 5-7 years has really given a lot of opportunities for us and all residents to experience a wide variety of options.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
We enjoy getting out to one of the many parks or other outdoor activity areas – especially in the spring and summer. Fall excursions to Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve is also fun. And the kids don’t want to miss an opportunity to visit Heritage Park on a snow day to experience the sledding hill!

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
The Fishers Summer Concert series is one thing we try to take advantage of all summer long! Spark!Fishers is another annual (weeklong) event that we try not to miss!

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Listening to music; playing and coaching sports; riding on the Nickel Plate Trail.

Sarah Buckner – HCLA Class of 2021

Lives In: Cicero                                                 Read My Blog from January 2024
Profession: Assistant Director of Community Engagement for Hamilton County Tourism

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Tourism & Hospitality

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Arts/Culture/Music
Event Experiences
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities
Faith Community

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
I have lived here my entire life and love the community!

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Eat at local restaurants
Walks at MacGregor Park
Shows at Ruoff
family time on Morse
Nickel Plate Arts

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Christkindlmarkt
Art Fair on the Square

Read My Blog from June 2023

Angie Frazier – HCLA Class of 2020

Lives In: Fishers                                                             Read My Blog from March 2023
Profession: Business Development Director for American Structurepoint, Inc.

Additional Information
In which industry do you work?
Engineering, Architecture

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
I am proud to say I live in Hamilton County. The cities and towns in Hamilton County take care great care of their residents and guests with top notch public safety, community engagement opportunities, and excellent hospitality and tourism efforts; all while growing AND maintaining that “small town” feel.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Utilize the Monon Trail, Nickel Plate Trail, and Midland Trace Trail through running and cycling.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Visit every park in the county, that has a paved, crushed gravel, or dirt trail.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Utilizing the parks and trails (health and fitness)
Attending concerts
Visiting the restaurants and breweries, I LOVE the coffee shops
Participating in the local running races
Networking and educational opportunities (HCLA, public safety citizen academies, CPM course, etc.)
Volunteering in local non-profits
Attending community events
Supporting hospitality and tourism efforts

Blog or additional comments that can be used
Simply stated-I love Hamilton County! This county offers a wealth of arts, foods, fitness, fellowship, and so much more. Two of my most personal favorites are the trail systems and coffee shops! I am a huge fan of running, cycling, exploring, and spending time with family and friends. The Monon Trail, Midland Trace Trail and Nickel Plate Trail offer me the opportunity to play, network, and explore between multiple HC communities, all while maintaining health and fitness through running, cycling, and walking. For dirt and crushed gravel trail options, my preferred running terrain, I am fortunate for the trails at Koteewi Park, Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, MacGregor Park, Cool Creek Park, and Flat Fork Creek Park.

The coffee shops in Hamilton County are plentiful, welcoming, and delicious. I work in business development so remote meetings are a necessity for me. My favorite meeting spots are Rivet in Westfield (you must try the avocado toast), The Well Coffeehouse in Fishers, Noble Tea and Coffee in Noblesville, Java House Coffee Bar in Carmel (there is more than one-find them!), and Dark Side Roasters in beautiful Cicero of course! Also, the Remnant Coffee Shop in Arcadia in northern Hamilton County is amazing! Although I could chat for hours on all of the things Hamilton County has to offer; the people who live, work and play here make it the best. Through growth and expansion, the HC communities continue to work hard at maintaining a “small town” feel where neighbors still check in on each other and folks on the trails say “Good Morning”, “Good Job!” and “Have a great day!” and always with a smile.

Brian Heaton – HCLA Class of 2010

Lives In: Westfield                                                             Read My Blog from July 2023
Profession: Attorney at Krieg DeVault LLP

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Legal

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Sports/Recreation
Community/Neighborhoods
Faith Community

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
Our law firm’s Carmel office was attractive to me because our clients like to meet and work with us in a suburban environment, and I get the benefits of only having to commute within Hamilton County. Our office also has a smaller, more collegial feel with its size. From a living perspective, schools are the top priority for our family, and we specifically left our prior area for Westfield because we felt that schools were better supported here. We also enjoy the trail connectivity and green spaces the community has created.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Our family loves the many great outdoor spaces around the county, whether it be hiking around a park, enjoying the many great eateries (Park Street, Midtown Carmel, etc.), or watching our kids’ activities at Grand Park.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Visiting the Carmel Christkindlmarkt around the holidays.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Golfing, hiking, activities through our church (Thrive Christian Church in Westfield), and anything related to kids activities and our schools.

 

Leslie Henderzahs – HCLA Class of 1995                                      Email Me

Lives In: Noblesville                                                         
Profession: Attorney 

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Legal

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Cost of Living
Community/Neighborhoods
Faith Community

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
Schools; professional colleagues

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
The trails by foot or bicycle

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Bicycling

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Swimming

 

Carla Hill – HCLA Class of 2019

Lives In: Fishers                                                Read My Blog from September 2023 
Profession: Business Development

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Architectural

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Cost of Living
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
Geist Reservoir and the schools.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Boating, walking, shopping and eating at all the wonderful restaurants.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Fireworks on July 4th

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Recreation, biking, ice skating, water skiing, kayaking

 

Doug Hsu – HCLA Class of 2022

Lives In: Carmel
Profession: Senior Project Manager

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Learning & Development

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Cost of Living
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Faith Community

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
A key driver behind our family’s decision to relocate to Hamilton County was the high-achieving public school system. We wanted a school system where our children would be challenged to excel academically and be provided with teachers and staff with a strong track record of bringing out the best in their students. Another reason that made Hamilton County in general, and Carmel in particular, attractive to us was the relatively higher percentage of fellow Asian American residents (over 10% in Carmel), as compared to other Midwest communities. Having lived in other places where we were among the only Asian American residents, this really does make a difference. A third reason why we chose to settle here is the presence of many strong Christian churches.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
My favorite activity is to explore the extensive network of walking, running and cycling paths in the county. We moved here from a place where there were few sidewalks, which greatly limited safe enjoyment of walking, running, and cycling. One of the first things we noticed upon moving here was how truly pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly the southern part of Hamilton county is.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
We enjoy picking our own apples at Stuckey Farms Orchard every year. We store them in a spare fridge, where they last for at least three months, so are able to enjoy locally-grown produce well into the winter months every year.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
I’m happy to share with prospective residents about (1) churches (2) public school system (3) parks and walking/cycling trails, all of which are important to me.

Sherese Martin – HCLA Class of 2022

Lives In: Fishers                                                           Read My Blog from August 2023
Profession: Human Resources Professional and Associate Faculty

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Aerospace (HR Manager-Rolls-Royce), Higher Education (Associate Faculty-IUPUI), Individual/Family Services (HR Director-Conduct Curb)

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences Cost of Living
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods 
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
I relocated to Hamilton County from Kentucky in 2006. There are so many reasons I moved to Hamilton County and why I still live in Fishers. Hamilton County has a family-friendly atmosphere and a small town feel with all the big city amenities. The overall safety of Hamilton County allows the residents to take advantage of all the parks, walking trails and outside areas. There are also a variety of concerts, events and activities to meet the needs of all Hamilton County residents regardless of the stage of life you are in. Hamilton County has grown tremendously over the past 16 years I’ve lived here, and in that time has become a more diverse and inclusive community. Hamilton County has embraced it’s history, caters to the present and is preparing for the future.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
One of my favorite things to do is enjoy the many outdoor spaces Hamilton County has to offer. From jogging on one of the many trails like Holland Park and Nickel Plate Trail, watching a baseball/softball game at Billericay Park, watching a high school football game and enjoying the marching band’s half-time show to enjoying Conner Prairie or Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, visiting the Farmers Market, enjoying the Monon Waterpark, Saxony Beach or a Splash Pad…….there are plenty of outdoor activities to chose from. Just remember to take your allergy pills, use sunscreen and drink plenty of water.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
The one thing I never miss doing in Hamilton County is visiting the Farmers Markets in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Saxony and Westfield. I love supporting our local vendors and purchasing produce from our local farmers.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
The activities/hobbies I enjoy that I would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers are trying new restaurants (being a foodie), being physically active (gyms, fitness centers/classes, yoga studios, recreational sports) and enjoying all the amenities the county has to offer such as summer concert series, county fair, farmers market, 5K/10K/ races, parades, opportunities to give back to the community, etc. I’d share with prospective residents/workers that you will get out of the community what you put in……so step outside of your comfort zone, get involved, make friends, give back and have fun.

Lindsay McGuire – HCLA Class of 2021

Lives In: Fishers                                                                 Read My Blog from May 2023
Profession: Marketing

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Tech

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Arts/Culture/Music
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Cost of Living
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
As the mom of a one year old, we chose Hamilton County because it’s a great place to raise a family. Wonderful neighborhoods, lots of parks and activities, very safe, and many great schools in the area. There’s so much to do, see, eat, and enjoy here!

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
As far as an any day activity, I love checking out locally owned restaurants. On the weekends, I really enjoy hitting up the Fishers Farmers Market.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
The Humane Society for Hamilton County’s Woofstock 5K! So much fun to see all the dogs walking and running through Fishers.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
I’m a big fan of local breweries, discovering new restaurants, hiking, kayaking, yoga, thrifting, and antiquing.

Jennifer Miller – HCLA Class of 2011

Lives In: Fishers                                                    Read My Blog from October 2023
Profession: Operations Director for a nonprofit

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Nonprofit/Social Services

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Sports/Recreation
Community/Neighborhoods

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
We initially moved to Hamilton County because of its proximity to downtown Indianapolis and the easy connection to the highway to visit family in Michigan. We’ve stayed in Hamilton County because we have fallen in love with the cities, parks and people.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
To me, the best day in Hamilton County is be spending time with family hiking or kayaking in one of our parks or on the waterways and visiting one of our great breweries after!

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
I never miss the art shows on the square in Noblesville or the Farmer’s Markets. The shows and markets always have a fantastic mix of vendors and it feels good to support local artists, creatives, growers, and small businesses.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
I have a broad range of interests that include outdoor spring/summer/fall activities, antiquing, flower gardening, trying new restaurants, and sporting events.

Ranj Puthran – HCLA Class of 2020

Lives In: Carmel
Profession: Insurance Agent
Additional Information
In which industry do you work?
Insurance

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Arts/Culture/Music
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Cost of Living
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities
Faith Community

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
Schools, Diversity, City Development, Business Community

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Dining, activities, parks, events and more

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Biking, Running, Art, Shows and music, restaurants, Library, Rotary, Volunteering opportunities

Bonnie Riley – HCLA Class of 2017

Lives In: Carmel                                                Read My Blog from November 2023
Profession: Asst Vice President, Executive Banker | Business Development

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Finance | Commercial & Consumer Banking/Lending

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Arts/Culture/Music
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Cost of Living
Sports/Recreation
Community/Neighborhoods

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
I moved to Hamilton County from Austin in 2007, believing it would be temporary. However, I remained in Hamilton County based on the quality of life, available amenities, and the many activities and outdoor activities available for a healthy lifestyle. Hamilton County is vibrant and continually growing, while also providing a true feeling of “community.” Though I’ve often considered a relocation to Tampa where my family resides, I remain very aware the unique quality of life I would be trading should I relocate.

My professional passion in community banking provides a perfect alignment to the very kind of communities I value supporting through my/our work in Hamilton County.

Simply stated, the people of our county are the best of the best. We are neighbors, business owners, friends, and professionals all blended into a wonderful community of people here, where quality of life remains of upmost importance.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Biking, running, and walking the Monon Trail which I access directly from where I reside! I love our entire Hamilton County trail system, an outstanding attraction here. Additionally, I enjoy kayaking the White River with friends, enjoying the many outdoor patios for restaurant dining, the great local coffee shops, my local yoga studio, our many great outdoor concerts, and meeting up with friends at Midtown Carmel for healthy activities or just to enjoy the outdoor setting amongst great community energy.

One of my favorite things to do is supporting our local businesses, who provide us the most incredible places to experience and enjoy daily life!

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
I never miss using the outdoor trail systems in Hamilton County — all things trails and all things outdoors with friends!

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Running, yoga, biking, walking, and coffee meet ups!

Dan Stevens – HCLA Class of 2000                                     Email Me

Lives In: Noblesville
Profession: Retired; 35 years in Law Enforcement, 13.5 years Director of Administration, Hamilton County

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Local Government

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Arts/Culture/Music
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Cost of Living
Sports/Recreation
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities
Faith Community

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
My parents moved to Westfield when I was 6 years old. Attended Our Lady of Mount Camel grade school, graduated from Westfield High School, began a career in law enforcement at the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department. Being in public service it was easy to recognize the quality of life that Hamilton County provided. Met my future wife, a Hamilton Southeastern graduate, married the following spring. Bought a house in Westfield to raise a family.

The proximity to Indianapolis made it possible to continue my education at the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus and eventually earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University.

Hamilton County was the perfect setting for a new family to start a life, raise children in a great school environment, and enjoy the neighborhood culture alive in Hamilton County.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
I have several favorite things to do:
Playing golf at Forest Park
Visiting the winery and distillery venues in Hamilton County
Friday night date night with my wife exploring new restaurants in Hamilton County

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
The June weekend event for the Lions’ Clubs, Courthouse Square, Friday afternoon/evening porkchop lunch/dinner and the Saturday morning pancake breakfast.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Golfing at many of the public courses in Hamilton County.
Live theater presented by non-profit theater organizations in the County, the oldest of which is the Belfry Theater headquartered in Noblesville.
Sharing the many July 4 fireworks locations and activities.
The laundry list of local parks activities and venues.
Summer Farmers’ Markets throughout the county.

Brian Tomamichel – HCLA Class of 2020

Lives In: Westfield
Profession: Assistant Superintendent for Business

Additional Information

In which industry do you work?
Education

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Quality of Education
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
Growing up on the southside of Indianapolis we wanted to move to Hamilton County for the best place to raise our kids. With constant activities and a family friendly setting we thought there was no better place to call home. No matter where you land in Hamilton County you can expect some of the best public schools in the state of Indiana.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Hamilton County has some of the best parks in the area. With three young kids (9, 7, and 4) a free activity is always high on our list of things to do. The ability to go somewhere for free in Hamilton County to fish, sled, ride bikes, or walk trails is unmatched. Hamilton County also has some of the best farmer markets around, for our family nothing beats starting a Saturday during May through October at a farmers market.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
We never miss a chance to pick fresh produce at Fisher’s Agri Park. Our kids love walking the fields and picking fresh vegetables, visiting the animals, or participating in an activity at the park.

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Parks, farmer market, splash parks, biking, and education.

Adriann Young – HCLA Class of 2018

Lives In: Noblesville                                                         Read My Blog from April 2023
Profession: Nonprofit Executive Director

Additional Information
In which industry do you work?
Non-Profit leadership/Education

What aspects of Hamilton County do you feel you can share with potential new residents/employees?
Job Market/Business and Professional Networking Connections
Event Experiences
Cost of Living
Quality of Education
Community/Neighborhoods
Family Activities

What attracted you to living/working in Hamilton County?
Schools and a sense of community. Downtown Noblesville has history and charm that is unmatched. The access to incredible food, culture, sports, entertainment options are unmatched in Indiana.

What is your favorite thing to do in Hamilton County?
Explore White River.

What is one thing you never miss doing in Hamilton County each year?
Christkindlmarkt!

What activities or hobbies do you enjoy that you would be willing to share with prospective residents/workers?
Getting engaged with schools, networking opportunities, local restaurants and park activities.

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